21 Fever and Inflammation. When we run a sliver into one of our fingers it throbs and hurts and soon gets swollen and hot. In its efforts to get rid of the sliver Nature has become excited, and kindled a big fire on the spot, This is a local fever and inflammation. Please pay attention now, and see how sin> pie, yet important, this fact is. Indigestion and dyspepsia allow the foul and poisonous matters, which should pass off out of the system, to get into the blood. They go to every part of it, and to every organ in it. Wherever there is weakness they fasten themselves and produce fever and inflammation. Sometimes it is the bowels, then the kidneys, then the liver, etc. You can always put out a fire in a stove by dumping the grate. On the same principle we must subdue a fever or inflammation by driving the cause of it out of the body. This is true no matter by what name the fever is called; and even when the poison is taken into the body through the lungs as well as through the stomach, as is the case in what are termed contagious or infectious fevers, Seigel's Curative Syrup acts upon the stomach, bowels, liver and kidneys, and sets them at work to remove the evil guests from the system, and the fever dies out as a fire does when there is no more fuel. Lemonville, Ont., Sept. 5, 1896. A. J. White & Co., Montreal. Sirs :I can unhesitatingly recommend Mother Seigel's Syrup as a positive cure for dyspepsia. In my case I had been troubled with dyspepsia or indigestion for several years, and had tried all the advertised remedies that I heard of but without relief. On the recommendation of your agent here, Mr. W. L. White', I gave Mother Seigel's Syrup a trial, and I am thankful to say that two bottles have completely cured me. I can now take my food with satisfaction and feel that it does me good. I can heartily recommend it to anyone suffering from a like disease. ^ (Signed) Mrs. HENRY GRAY. Seigel'a Ointment is invaluable for Piles.