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I FEEL so WEARY AND TIRED" Is the exclamation of many whom we daily meet, yet they never pause to think or reflect upon the causa or this feeling. It may arise from sluggish. 'Imd i'lll]J: blood which, if neglected, is the forerunner of seiiuui and chronic disorders. This weary and tired feeling i.* nature warning us that there is something wrong, which must be set right, or a long and lingering illur-' will speedily follow. What does nature require to throw off this weary and tired feeling? She requires to have new life and energy imparted to all the of the body, and the best means to do so is £ "Gwilym E»ans' Quinine Bitters, which purines .h» ,s, blood, and imparts new life and energy. It is invaui. able to those who are suttenng from affections of th.) chest, indigestion, nervousness, debility in its wul forms, depression of spirits, and melancholy- m GWILYM EVANS'S QUININE VEGETABLE ToMC.-This preparation » £ tient sively taken throughout the country su^r ing from debility, nervousness, and testirrm™ H! and, if any value be attached to efficacy of this medicine has feSiullyesUb- lished. Its claims have been by tae medical profession andoth<g? £ ent m i ue written testimonials of •8nitahln V? nf Snlnini* Bitters contain not only S qnantityofQuiBn^ ill Pirh Hms bnt the »ctlve.Pnnciples of the following m each dose, DUI rsaparula saffron, gentian, la»en. well-known herbs- Th* of'^uinine is well der, and dandeli never satisfactorily combined "fwh ^Lparaticms until, after overcoming ronsi with these pr j proprietor was able to secu.-« a perfectly Preparation combining .all the essential Pr?Perti9-s of the ab°ve plants m tuei greatest pllty and concentratIon; It is now established £ » tonnly medicine, and is increasing in pop-alar the more it is known and tested; Gwylim Evans's Quinine Bitters is a tonic Pick-me-up, •«te5.5S^S»S,S — »'2. Remedy WThe Quinine Bitters (being a vegetable! tonic), by their peculiar power, strengthen that part oj the sv^tem which is weakest, and. therefore, mott liable to colds and their attendant diseases. Th* in- OTBdiant* thev contain cannot be put into pills, but patient can follow his usual occupation without fear of EX(IWIUM EVANS" QUININE BITTERS are recommends tinrtaeiBMMK aboratory, Llanelly, South Wales. Printed~and Published by the Proprietor*. DAVID DUNCAN & SONS, at their teteam Printing Works, 75 and 76, St. Mary-rtreet, and W estgate-F^.joet, la the town ef Cardiff in the County of Qlamer.aa