What mu I to do í The pymptoma of Biliousnesa are unhapplly too well known. They differ n different individuáis to gome êxtent. A Bilious man la seidom a breakfast enter. Ton fieqnently, alas, he has au excellent appetlte for liquida but none for solida of a moruing. I Lis tongue will hardly bear inspectiou at any time; if it Is not white and furrod, it is rougu, at all events. The digestive aystem Ís wholly out of order and Diarrhoea or Constlptttion may be a symptora or the two may altérnate. There are often Ileniorrholds or even losg of blood. There may be glddiness and often headache and acldlty or Üatulence and itMiilcrncss in tho pit of the etomach. To corrcct all this if not effect a curo try Green's August Flower, it costs but a trifle and thousands atteit its effleacy. The ouly tliing that grief has taujrht me is to kuow how shallow Itis - Emereon. Kervous IHseases. There are more nervous than blood dsease. Thu?, a weakness of the nérvea of the bruin causes headache, lita, dizzines?, sleeplessness, etc.; a weakness of the nérvea of the stomach causes dyspepsia, puin, wind, etc.; of the lunas, makes "weiik lungs"; of the liver produces bllloiMBatfi constipation, etc ; of the womb Induces irrcguliirities, aterility, pains, etc.; of the sexual OMRMU, impoteney, etc. For all weaknesse Dr. Miles' Restoratlve Nervlne surpassea all other remedies. Trial bottle freo ut Eberbach & Son's Drug Store.
Ann Arbor Courier