Scott's Emulsión of Pure Cod l.iifr OU, with H) poplionp'ilte. la iïcrofuious and Consumptive Cases Dr. C. C. Lockwood, New York, says: " I liave fiequently prescribid Scott's Emulsión and regard it as a valnable preparation in scrofuloii9 and consumptive cases, palatable and etflcacious." The Soldier's Beverage of Quinine and Whlskey. Malaria became so prevalent in the iirmy that the Surgeon General issm-d an order that quinina must le added to all t!:e rationa oí wliiskey that were dealt out to the soldier. This is a fact that is not ftenerajl; knoWD, anl in many sectiongof the ciiun'lrv to-ilay families keep tlie mixture of quinina and whiekey to keep off Maliu ia. Il is a terrible dose to take, to gay nothing about the unpleasan eilVcts ol' the roinpoiind. AU persons who are ¦ufieiins trom Malaria .-hould take Dr. J. B, Ome for Malaria. It is the onlv rcmcdy known that positively and pennanently cure all disease that are I by Malaria; it is kept by all drugists, and is alsoa posilive cure for all kinds of pain. Try it. tm can consult Dr. Henion by mail on any di-case you may deslre, if you are Bctng li i Sure Cure for Maluria, and he ivill si-mi prMCllpttons frce of charge. Wrltehlm at Koehester, N. Y.