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AN INTERESTING LETTER. T 1e following letter received by a correspondent, will b? of int«'est to many of oor readers this cesao, of the year, when so many are flitting here and thprp for chactja of air, and to reornit their health, someat the Welle, others at the different watering place, and others aa tourists flitting from place to placn to enjoy their holiday :-I- Dear Friund,—Here am I at last, released from my duly care and worry, at onr faroarits wbring plc3, where I arrived three days ago, and where I intend apendiDg my summer holi. days. I have been overworked, and felt the need o reat and a change of air. When I arrived here I acted nroa your suggestion, and went at once to consult Dr-, who is reputed the beet physician in this part of the country. I Yon have ovnrworkH yourself,' said he, many do so, some bodily, and others mentally. The mothor-with the worry and c-.res of household duties the father, who, perhaps is a collier, miner, mental worker, mill hand, or labourer, by ever exsrtion, or working for too many hours in the day the children, many of "hem by over-presenre at school; the student by too close application to his studies as well as merchant and clerk at their desks, are all over-worked, and the result is Birailar in all casea. Yon need three things. 1). Perfect refit from your usaal cares (2). A change of air and iieguary, an,,i (3). A coutee of some good toeic madioina." I asked him to giv. me a prescription to obtain which be deemed would be most beneficial to me, when bo replied. "I know of nothing that will do you more good than a oourse of Gwilyna Evans' Qiinine Bitters." I smiled incredelously, when I heard him prascribe a Patent Medicine. He noted my surprise and observed, It seems strange, does it not, to hear a medical man advising people to take the preparations of other people. I am aware that many of these patent medicines do more harm than good, bat I bare no hesitation in recommending this. It is the beat tonic that I know of, and can injure no one It has been very beneficial to many who have taken » course of it with a change of air I paid him his nsnal consultation fee, and went direct to the chemist to obtaiu a bot'Ie of Qiisina Bittera, but he kipt norla in stock I thee wrote to tho Q linsne Bitters Co at Llanclly, for a 4J, 61. bottle and received it by return of post. You know that vi itore at this pioco soon get on fris 'dly terms with each other, ard during the day I learnt from several persons that they taki Q-iinire Bitters no a I pick- me-up* during their holidays, and bring couple of bottles with them. When returning to my lodgings tb.s evoning, I met thechomiat, who told me he had ta eired s^varal applications for Quinine Bitters ater T had been there seeking it, flr that b. bad sent for a supply of both B?ze«—2s 01 and 1* 6d so th-t aboald I require it again, I might depend cpoc beiog supplied at the shop, as he intended to keep it always in stock henceforth. I thanked him for the Information, and hurried on to Bcribble you a few ises by this post. The weather here is delightful nd plenty of marry company. I shall expoob you to oin me in a few days.-Youro, &o. Though you Rub! Rub! Rub! And you:— Scrub! Scrub! Scrub! You'll find that It's not in your power In the old-fashioned way To do in a day What Hudson's Will do in an hour B"Never wash, clean, or scour without using Hudson's Soap. A pure dry Soap in Fine Powder Rapid washing, foaming lather, leave no smell.