Constipation and Piles. The bowels should be emptied at least once a day by a natural evacuation, yet some persons (usually females) often fail of such evacuation for several successive days. Consequently the bowels or intestines are filled with partially digested food, which ferments and sours, and develops a foul gas that rises into the mouth with a belching sound and action. This nauseous mass presses upon and congests the blood-vessels, producing various forms of pilesbleeding piles, blind piles, itching piles, etc. What suffering is thus caused we need not describe. The only mode of relief and cure is to soften this disease-breeding accumulation, and expel it from the bowels by the natural passage, and then to tone up the intestines so that they may do their own work. Seigel's Curative Syrup does this by promoting the secretion of bile by the liver, and stimulating the nervous and muscular power of the bowels. A few doses give relief, and perseverance* will effect a cure. The Best Ointment* Blair Athol, N. B. Mch. 29,1897. A, J. White & Co., 71 St. James St., Montreal. Dear Sirs : You were wanting to know what disease my son had. He had three blind boils on his leg for a year. I called in a doctor and got $5.00 worth of medicine, and when that was used the sores were worse than before. One evening I was reading in Mother Seigel's Almanac and found Mother Seigel's Syrup and Ointment. I went to Dalnousie and bought a bottle of Syrup and a box of Ointment. When he had used the bottle and three boxes of Ointmeni he was entirely curedin foui weeks. It is tne best Ointment that can be had for any sores You can publish this in you: Almanac. I remain, yours truly, JOSEPH PANANT, P. M., Blair Athol, Restigouche Co., N. B Por boils use Seigel's Ointment.