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Wonderful Cures. Eberbach & Son Retail Druggists of Ann Albor, Mich.. say: We have been selling Dr. King's New Discavery. Electric Bitters and JiucklinV Árnica Salve for four years. Have never handled ïemedies that sell as wel), or give such universal satisfaction . There liave been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in tliis city. Several cases of pronounced consutnption have been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of J)r. king's New Discovery, taken In connection with Electric iiitters. VVre guaiantee thecn always. Sold by Eberbach & Son. In Arabia the girls have little to do in selecting their husoands. When v. warrior sees a girl whom he loves iu another tribe he lides up at night, dashes up to her tent. snatclies her up in his arms, puts her before him on lus horse, and sweeps away like the wind. If he happens to be caught he is shot. Comparison Solicite:.- A wise discrimination should be exercised by all who take medicine. The proprietors of Hood's Sarsaparilla solicit a careful companson of thia medicine with other blood pariflers and medicines, being coufldent that the peculiar merits of Hood's Sarsaparilla are so apparent that the people will unhesitatingly prefer it to any other preparation . Hood's Sarsaparilla is not a mixture of molasses and a few inert roots aud herbs, but it is a peculiar concentrated extract of the best alterative and blood purifying remedies of the vegetable kiugdom. The enormous sales of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the wonderful cures effected, prove even more than has been claimed for this medicine. If you are sick the best medicine is none too good. Therefore take Hood's Sarsaparilla. A medical journal tells about a young man in Vermont whose brains have dried up until they rattle like shot in a gourd every time he shakes his head. He is probably the author of the Vermont liquor law. f A Log Cabin was the birth place of a number 'of the presidenta we have While without the (modern conveniences they were not unconifoitable habitation 3. They were certainly healthy, for cui' ancestors were rugged and longlived, and the remedies they used were simple preparations of root3 and herbs. The best blood purifler is again brought into general use in VVarner'a Log Cabin Sarsapaiïlla.


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