lc Mile lob I'ergntlvea. The brilliant idea of half a century ago that tho weak and ailing could bo biod, blistered and salivated into a conditio." con-ditio." of hltli nnd vigor is happily exploded, ex-ploded, but yivtdfi fcud prolonged purgation pur-gation is still, to some etcru, ia scene-Wo scene-Wo have i m posters who are during anongh to oiler to tho world, as tonics and rrstoraliyes, the most destructive cathartics, unmodified by a urile stimulating, stim-ulating, soothing orrestorauve eieoiDU Compare the opration ot one of those lerriblo noftriims with that of Uo tetters tet-ters Stomach Bitters, in which r combined com-bined the throe grnt curative elements a tonic, an alterative, and an aperi-ei,L aperi-ei,L Tho former complslely paralyws the vital i'orea, ;o t.at pa'-iro can make . oe resistance to disease; the Utter f-i taiJ tbe strength of iba patient, while j it restores the impended functions of1 the secretory organs and relieves tbe bowels without violence or pain. It is dimply a choice between restoration and prottrob.