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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 cause of this feeling. It may arise fi-on, "sluggish vnd impure bzood,, which, if neglected, is the forerunner of serious and chronic disorders. This weary and tired feeling is nature warning us that there is someaiinc; wrong, which ratist be set right, or a long and lingering illness will speedily follow. What does nature require to throw off this weary and tired feelingshe requires to have new hfe and energy imparted to all the organs of the body, and the best means to do so is to take "Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters," which purifies tha blood, and imparts new life and energy. It is invalu- able to those who are suffering from affections of the chest, indigestion, nervousness, debility in its worst forms, depression of spirits, and meiancholy- GWILYM EVANS'S QUININE IHG VEGETABLE TONIC.—This preparation > sively taken throughout the country ^fe?al e ing from debility, nervousness, ls"ion, and, if any value be attached to h^nr,C. 11,01ly',the efficacy of this medicine has 1 y esUb* lished. Its claims have been ttnH i.nrovecl by the medical profession andothejf- *"(. „orro&?»ted by the written testimonials of nen The Quinine Bitters contain not only *v8eU"? quantity of Quinine in each dose, but the ,^avinl C1 £ les of the foU?wmg well-known saffron RenCiaxi. laven- der. and dandelio^^T Tlle known but it never been satisfactorily wUhthese preP.a'ra'i\ons until, after overcoming-onsi derable diffic^ltl6S proprietor was able to sectw«|j| perfectly «o1" Preparation, combining .all essentia' properties 0f the ab0ve plants ni tW GREATEST ail'l concentration. It is i»* estaaiigjjgrf as a fa ily Medicine, and is increasing in Ti avoar the more it is known and tested. Owylim Evans fl Quinine Bitters is a tonic rick-me-up,' scientifically mixed in happy proportion^ MODE OF o,. -(And here lies the secret of the e e Y-)- e Quinine Bitters (being a vegetable tonic), by their peculiar power, strengthen that part of jae system which is weakest, »n«: O„llere £ oi'e, most "able to colds and their attendant « The in- gredients they containcannot be P pills, but the patient can follow his usual occupation without fear of exposure. • • GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITXERS are recommended hy Doctors, Analysts, Chemists. hold m. ane'- is 6rl Bottles, and Cuxex containing three Ux lid Bottles at lis 6(1 per cane, by all Chemists, or Jrom tk*, Prop>i':tor, arriage free, parcels post (uli.^ c° ver). N. b. — o ons hould suffer without trying Gwilym Kvans Quinine Bittors."—Mr GWILYM EVANS. F.C.S., aboratory, Llanelly, South Wales. oobu Printed and Published bv the Proprietors, DAVID DUNCAN & SONS, at their .Steam 1'rintin Works, 75and 76,St. Mary.«treec,anii wtjtate-stree1. in the town of Cardiff in the County of Glamorgan

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