They all Fallecí. The following letter froin W. A. Thompson, of Columbus, Wis., is peculiarly iuteresting: "My wife,"says he, "has been treated for iier head, stomach and nervous prostration by three doctors in New York, two in Chicago, one in Philadelphia, one in Cincinnati, and at the large institute in Buffalo for 16 months. They all failed. 13ut one bottle of Dr. Miles' Eestorative Nervine helped her wonderfully." This should be used in all headaches, backaches, changes of life, nervous disturbances, fits, rheumatism, etc. Ask at Eberbach & Son's drug store for a trial bottle and Dr. Miles' new book on the Nerves and Heart.