Recúlate the Secretions. In our endcavors to preserve health it is of the utmost impórtame that we keep the -, i re orv -vsIcmi in perfect condition. '1 'he well-known remedy Kidiicy-Wort, his specificactlon on Étíe kfdneyt, II ver and bowels. Use it ustnud ot (lisu with vlle biiters or drastir pills. It is pnrcly vegetable, and is prompt bat mild in nclioii. It i prcpaird in l)tli dry and liquid fom and sold by drogglstt every where.- Jtoadiiig Kaglo. Prof. Horsford's Bakln? Ponder. F. H. Alkins. A. j. WUPgnOB, I'. S. arinv, iayi "In iiiis powdcr, an acid pbocpbate, of lime takfs the place of creani tartar or alum, and wliile tlie whitest and most dcIrriahlc biscult. can taatk with il that 1 have ever sten nr tasled. It luruifood ricli In pbosphate, so much needêd in the 'animal eennomy and m largely diaearded in oar fine' y slfted flour. Prof. Horsford's liijrh reputation 9 adequate Hircly tor tlir absence of alum or any other (leleterioiis or make-weiffht ingrediënt."