1# Skin Diseases. In this short paragraph we !want to enforce only a single point. All skin diseases of whatsoever name or nature are caused by impurity of the blood. The skin is full of I minute blood vessels. These carry the poison which is in the blood to the skin, and stich [poison produces an outbreak, according to what its special nature may be. Pimples on [the face or body, erysipelas, salt rheum, ulcers, sores, boils, carbuncles and every 3ther diseaseincluding tum- ors and malignant cancers which show upon the surface of the skin, signify that the blood is laden with the foul and putrid matters which are themselves engendered by indigestion and dyspepsia. Scabs in the hair, sore eyes, running from the ears, etc., come from the same cause, and can be gotten rid of in the same way, namely, by the use of Seigel's Syrup. The coarsest skin can thus be made soft and fine. Rashes, festers, fleshworms, liver spots, blackheads, disappear before this blood purifier as a fog before a fresh west wind. Anon P. 0., Canada, Mch. g, 1897. Dear Sirs: I have been troubled with dyspepsia for four years, and I have been doctoring and found no relief until I tried the Seigel's remedies. I found great relief from it and have taken four bottles, and now I can eat vegetables without any distress at my stomach, and it has strengthened my system. I recommend Seigel's remedies for dyspepsia and weakness. Yours truly, (Signed) MRS. R. FOULDS. For a sore back use a Seigel's Plaster.