"Jway Wiili n.hiiK iiolj. And bid dull care avaunt," sounds very well in verse, but if you have a caso 'of the "blues'' caused by indigestión, with biliousness added on as an extra horror, you cannot say hey! presto! and thus insure the departu ro of those abominable twins. The "proper caper" wheo thus troubled, is to seek the aid of Hostetter's Stoinach Bitters. Thercafter you vvill speodily digest with ease and eat with appetite, and your liver will reassert its right to regularity. Not only this, you can retire without a horrible dread that the Washington monument will - in dreams - impose itself upon the pit of your stomach. If you feel promonitory symptoms of chills and fever, kidney trouble. or rheumatism, summon the Bitters to the rescue without delay, "lest a worse thing befall you." A feeble condition of the system is more speedily clianged to a vigorous one by this fine tonic than by any other medicinal agent in existence. A wineglassful three times a day.