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4$TRAMEBUT TEUJ1 STORY.
rtV&PCji- feoston Commonwealth. ,i
if ill: Many decades ago a vessel from Bos-i
.. rg^Jton arrived at,
a dock in London.
§S^A.mong the bands On board was one
[fstajjiaiqed Tudor, a steady, well-lopkjng
pi^young man, who acted as sg.liotf'. -yV&yj
-A"»y one morning a'ypung,beaut|lu|
•. '^p'and decently dressed wOtaanr- came.
^Hatripping down to the -vespel and in:
quired of Tudor for the captain- She
...»,,, .was told he was not risen, but she. in
^ssjsisled on seeinggJiim without delay,
?®MCudor galled hiflrup, and she address
ed him with:
"Good morning, .Captaihv I hare
called to ."see if you Will marry ihe..'
"Marry'youf"—beHeyip^lief'tobe
a suspicious character—Vloave my
vessel instantly, if you know what
for your good She next wont- to fche
mate ana received a similar' ahsWer
.ghe then went to whdie TudOr was, be
ing engaged in handling ship-tacks,
and put the same question to him.
"With all my heart, answered Tiidor,
."Thien,"' said
.. me" ,Tudor
%"?w^®left his work and followed her. Bjr.
.vsiipS^ythe time the' principal shopst were
opened the" tody entered a barber's
:«^®??shopi followed byt Tudcfrr She drder
3«5&ed a knight of the razotf to clip .his
beaJd^ and hair,.-! bothr of whicuvho
'H-r~ ,*!,$
-SiQSSAdeeiL-l-She jptUd the.billond
fi4v.n, in a jocular manner,
«J she "come along with me'
Spf»'^- Tentered anat store. She requested
m^l&tlthe best of beavers in the stbrci
JU^ LLVIWIU AU DA
5
nil IB
sS^tA t$
to-be silent." She next led the way m-
.•®|Mji!SiSto a clothing store. Here Tudor was
SSi-Jtic^t'c told to get the best suit of clothes in
.-sp^ssfcras,the store. -The" man of, the tar be
te^fejsidaubed :pants and checked shirt was
a few minutes metamorphosed mto
as fine, a gentleman as walks the
ife :.- streets, the bill,aa befoie, being paid
:by the,lady.. Tudor's amazenienj^was
now complete. He again and igam
earnestly insisted on an explanation*.
^fep,Wj.s The only answer he received was. "Fol
®«j«!S^sslow-(me and .be not-afraid, all will be
fS'lWTv^explained-to -your satisfaction," He
therefore resolved to oak no more
questions. Next she- conducted him
into a magistrate's office, and politely
requested the minister of the law to
unite her* and1- her companion in
matrimony. This wasxather a damp
sfssu er to Tudor, but lie yielded. The cer
p^kinjf, emony over, the couple were pro
s&im&fc, nounced man and ..wife Without ut
taring a word or exchanging a kiss,
Tudor and his wife left .the office, not,
£&S£kN however, until Bhe had paid the magis
trate his fee The couple.. walked
silence. Tudor hardly Knowing what
he was doing \or- whathe had done.
Turning tho corner, he sriw a splendid
house, toward which the wife directed
her steps and into
:0iich they entered,
\ip ?W,b passing into arooni tllat was
furnished
magnificent,style. Shertpld him to
^AViVT»j sit down and make himself''contented
while she went ^into another room.
^a^gsThe first one who Addressed her: was
her" uncle, who asked her how
she escaped from bedroom and where
Bjje
had been, Her. only, answer was:
"Thou fiend in human shape IallOw
you ju&t one. hoUrj^o remove your
effects front this house. You havelong
enough deprived me of my property,
and meant to through life but you are
frustrated. I am mistress of my own
house. I am married, and my Jins
band is here!"
We must leave the newly^-married
uple for the piirpose of giving the
history of Mrs. Tudor. She-was the
only child "of a wealthy gentleman,
&M>. Mr A—his daughter's name being
Eliza %ehad beenat agreat expense
her education, she being tiie only
object of his care, his wife dying when
gM she was quite young, A snort time
before his death he made a will bj
which his brother was to have all his
fen pfoperty until his daughter was mar
ried, when he was to give up to her
'~r~ husband, but if she died without mar
IX lying the property rwas to go to her
S*"?, nncle And his family. After the death
of Mr A his brother removed into
his house and Eliza boarded inhisfam
"U ily. Sto soon discovered that her un
«. cle did not intend she should marry
c-
He shut her up -in one of the-center
v'&*, O rooms in the third story an4 refused
her associa+es, by telling them when
they.'called that she was gone on a
journey. The unfortunate girl was
thus shut off from the world for three
years. Her scanty breakfast. happen
ed to be carried-to. her one morning
by her old servant Juan. Seeing the
face of her old friend and servant, Eli
za burst into tears. Juan well under
stood thermeaning.
-"Hush, Eliza! Some ofyouroldser
vants have long been planning means
for, your, escape."
"Whatl" exclaimed Eliza, "isHtpos
siblethat 1 am to be delivered from
thi^ vile glace?".
It is unnecessary to ^detail- all the
minute of the esoape. Suffice it to say
that on the morning of the fourth day
{titer thd interview she made her es
cape. This was about daylight. She
immediately bent her stops to the
wharf jv.here.the :Boston vessel' lay.
•The amazement
!of Tudor a,nd trans
.'port of hia.^vife at.
the sudden, change
of fortune may. possibly be jconMiyeg
liulrcannot be expressed. r.^wvv=
.. One-pleasant morning someda^ at
ttf the marriage tlKe craw-oftlfe.Bos
4-AM xiAOliAl'b
and' ajpntlemafr and ladyr elegantly:
dressedalighted.The gentlentan ask-,
ed the captain whatpo^t he was from*,
andmatty other .questions—allthe
time Avoiding ins scmitiny. At lost',
turningto thecapfcainan'd callinghim
by. name, h?&a}a* CaptSfn, befpre
leaving youe «vesB6ltr-l^ttmit:. me
sto
make you acquainted1 with Mra. Tu-:
lAor/'^ The captain'-aiid :those about
him h6A not recognized^ him 't6 bfe
theiroldfriendandshipmate.Tudor,
whom they supposed some fatal aocir
dent had befallen^: .You may judge of
tha congratuljitioos tfjat fpllowed, iv
.Thecaptauvregrett4d theharsh judg
ment he nad atrl&86 tas86d'^ipon the
^young ladsr* but unlike the mate, being
A marrteflL man he was spared ihe
added mortificftio^ttf the latter that
hehad spurned even to consider bo fortr
nnatd an offer of marriage.
This remarkable marriage, the bride
being snatched from prison walls, as
itravfef and tbfe groom called from
the an^htmibld loto! a Common
sailor both brought suddenly and un
expectedly to positions of freedom
and affluenoe has hardly a parallel in
61Vbistory» The union thuff. forced
ved to be a very happy one^ The
fortune that then fell Undeti the
WX8
was wisely handled and largely in
^creoged., In due time Mr, and Mrs.
Tudor transferred their residence to
Boston..
With shrewd foresight Air... Tudor
entered largely into the ice business,
being thefirst person to make "ship
ments, of .ice by sea His venture- wad
made in 1805, when he sailed with a
cargo of 130 tons, in his'own brig to
Martinique, West Ihdies. In 1815
Mr^iTudOr obtained the monopoly of
tho Havana ico business, and im
portant, privileges from the Cubaii
Government. In 1817 he introduced
tho.business into Charleston, S.G-,the
next year into Savanah, and in" 1820
into New Orleans, La. In May,1888,
Jie Sent the first cargo of ico to. tlie
East Indies, which was delivered in
the Autumn of that year. Qf'tlie 180
tons, nearly one half was.wasted dur*
ingthevoyag?and.in going lip'the
Ganges. The ice was
soldimmediately,
at no more than Jialf the-cost of, -that
prepared by the natives., In' 1634
the first cargo of ice,was shipped to
Brazil by Mr. Tudor, and until 1830
he had a monopOly of the shipment of
ice, but finally it became so.
large and
irofitable that other^.entered into the
Jusinessironivarioiiij'portS.i'?'.
Mr. Tudor's'fjforesight secured to
Boston the -chief position of the Cal
cutta trade, and gave her qhip cargoes
for southern ports, thus reducing the
costs of southern products to the
nprth. The oxtensjve and valuable
Tudor estates in. Bpstbn and vicinity,
wllere representatives of: -the family
still, reside, are wellvknown: 'The Tu
dors have always been noted for pub
lic spirit -intelligence and refinement
vand
i^'^c^told Tudor to select" one, and lie
^g^i&'iSdid
tso,
the price being paid by the.
-.ys§*^.-'-:»]ady." Tudor threw his old-tarpaulin
f?? a aside. They next visited a shoei
Store, pnd selected a. pair of boots,
-''Jw-^iSfethe lady, also paymafoi them. TudOr
The Biggest Clieese EVer Mode.
From the Buffalo Exprcss/
Recently the "City of Buffalo" was
builtr—the mammoth cheese
manufact
ured by the Cloverfield Combination
Cheese Factory. By the. courtesy of
Mr. Hay ward a large number of his
friends, to the number of 600or more,
were.invited to witness the voperation
of constructing this .mighty creation
of curd,.and a party of some 170 ac
cepted the invitation and were con
veyed to the factory' by a special
train over the B., N. Y. and P.
On arriving at the factory the party
proceeded to inspect several mam
moth-cheeses already in process of
cdring, three of whicn weighed 1,500
pounds and three others 3,000pounds
each. These are part of an order for
Qihalf-dozen of. each size now- being
filled for Liverpool and London, Eng
land, where.they .iyillibe.cut up during
Christmas weiek., The firm of Richard
son, Beebe & Co. make seyeralot these
immense cheeses"eajli year for foreign
markets,1 where their fine: quality
makes them much.l^emand.
U/- ^•,t'
1
Mr. .Hay ward informed his guests,
in a short speech^that the ^Cloverfield
Coihbination included "twenty-five
factoriea in Erie and Wyoming Coun
ties, mostly in the former^ and the
Marshfield Combination comprised
twenty more, all in-Erie County and
ujider ,the supervision of: Mr. Beebe,
and that these factories usedvthe milk
of 10,000 cows,.and the money value
of their total output, 'last year was
$520,000. This -showed, -.said Mr.
Hayward, something ofthemagnitude
of the dairy interests of Erie County.
Eichardson {^B^ba&.'Cq. sell 6n an
average plfrom^l,8,0Q,tp 2{600.boxes
per week, the fch'eese bringwg- in the
market about.
1-2 a cent more- than
the highest market price paid in New
York The particmar cheese which
the guests were galled together to 6ee
gr^sed would weigh '3,800 pounds and
wttuld-be the largest ever made, tho
loreest one on record .being one .of
8,100 pounds mado.in 1871. for Mr:
^.vward Mr. Richardson, however,
wisned tio surpass this weight, and ac
cordingly the .V.City of Buffalo" would
be maaefour irjche^thicker th^n its
tpn-and-a-.halfr comrades. Into the
composition of this cheese entered the
milk of 2,600 cows, which had taken
the hands of 300 dairymaids to milk.
The- milk weighed 32*000 pounds,
equivalent to sixteen tons, or- 4,000
gallons. The:.mate to^ "this cheese
would- b4e casts in -a- few: days, and
would be knbwn as the .."Village of
East Aurora." The first, of these Mr.
Qajwardlntekids to cut up Thanks
giving weekTand the second in, ChriBtr
mas veek.^.As-it takes about' thirty
days to properlycure a cheese, they
will not be delivered before November.
Tho Appr.oacli of Age.
The approach agp shows itself
about the eyes. Ijinea come. iaintly
at first, then deeper, until the incipient
crows1 fee tare" indicated, developed
and revealed. The woman -who, look
ing in her^glass^ sees these fatal lines
diverging from the onter corner of
her eyes,.knows that^lje has reached
on era in ,her. life.' She- recognizes it
with a Bigh if Bhe bea vain, a lovely or
a worldly woman with^ a smile per
haps.il sRe has children: in whom she
can live her own youth over again.
But it can never be a gay smile none
of us, men or women'. Iike to feel voath
-4-that", precious."posessiog—slipping
away from us.. But should ne^r
be on the lookout: for stents' feet or
gray-hairs.' Ijooking for them is sure
tto bring.them, for^hinking about them
brings them.- Tears Idrm ia-part of
the language of the eye,- which is elo
quent enough,
when sparingly used and
which should be sparingly- used for oth
er reasons than: that of odding to their
mute eloquence -®ears asp a dutfigur
ipg' Sxgl^sion- of *«motiort, and those
'who' get-ta.-the habit of keeping over
every small veacatlon d.6 ^nuch to ao
quini
Aa
careworn miserable expres-
1
A Help to Good Digestion*
In the'British Medical Journal Dr. W.
Roberts,of-England, discusses theeffect
of liquors, tea, coffee and cocoa on dU
gestion. All of them retard thechemi
processes,- b'ufc most of them stim
ulate the glandular-activity and mus
cul/ir contractions. Distilled spirits
i3etard-the:fialiVAryor peptic dTgestion
J)ut slightly When Sparingly* used.
Wines were fouhd to be
{nghly injur
ious to salivary, digestion. On peptic
digestion ail wines
exert
a retarding in­
fluence. /They stimulate theglandular
and muscular acti
vi ty of the stomach.
Effervescent wipes exert the greatest
amount-of good with the least harm
o/digestion/vv-Wben•, one's digestion
out ol order everything goes awry,,
unless/as in the case Pf T. T. Seals, of
Bellaire, Qliio, who had bad dyspepsia
for seven years, the digestive appafa
tus is
.kept in apple-pie eating order by
Warner's.Tippecanoe-. the best* appe
tite producer and regulator in the
world.
TGa,.evciiJn
minute quantities, com­
pletely: paralyzes
#the
action of the
saliva. The tannin, in /strong tea is
irijuriPus^: vWeak tea should be used,
if at all. Strong coffee and cocoa are
also injurious it used in excess.—The
Cosmopolitan. 7
MARKET REPORTS.
DULUTH, Whent—NO. T' Northern, 88c:
No. 2Northern,
84^c No. ihard, O0^@9ic
BT. PAUL. WHBAT—Np. 1
.HARD, 90E No.
1 Northern, 86c, Corn—No. 2, 80c. Oats
—No 2 mixed. 26^c No. 2 white, 27^c
No.ivhite, 26^ci Barley—No. 2,58c No.
8 extra, 50c No. 3 regular, 35c. Rye—
40c: Ground 'feed—$^10. Corn meal—
bolted, $20 coarse^ $10. Bran—sacked. 5
$9 shorts, $10.50. Baled hay.—Upland
prairie, $.7 timothy,. $10. Flax seed.—
$1.03., Flour.—Patent, [email protected]
straights, [email protected] bakers, [email protected]
rye, [email protected] LiveliogB.—[email protected]
Bressedhogs.—$4.12J^./
a
MINNKAPOL® Wheat—No. hard, 89]^c
Nov.l Northern, 84%c No. 2 Northern, 80c.
Flbur-^-in sacks, [email protected] for Bhipraentn,
[email protected] in barrels, [email protected] Corn—41W
@42c. Bran—[email protected] [email protected]
10. Oats—No.2\vbite,[email protected] Rye—[email protected]
51c. Barley—[email protected] Corn meal—$10.50
@17.50. Mixed feed^$16.(®16.50. Hay—
[email protected] Qfttmeal—[email protected] Seeds
—Timothy, [email protected] .Nb. l».flaxseed,
$1.08 doverV [email protected]"
MILWAUKEE.-WHOAT^NSLI,' 8C^c. Corii—
No. 2,41J£c. Oiats—No 2,28J^c Rytf—No.
l, 60^c. Barley—No. 2 €0J^c. Mess pork—
$8.28. -Lard—Ca8b, $5.1)2*. Butter—Dairy
[email protected] Cheeser-8/^@9)jlc. Eggs—19^@
'20c. .. '.u
CmcAOO. Wheat—No. 2 spring, [email protected]^
No. 3 spring [email protected] '-No7 2 red, 90c
N6., 3.red, .78c. ^Conv-caBh,' 41^@41^c.
Oats—cash SC)^. Rye—No. 2r 60^c. Bar
ley—No. 2, 07c. Flax seed-plfe. 1, $1.15.
Mess^ pork—cash, [email protected] Lard
cosh,-$5.95. Butter—creamery, [email protected]
da.iry, 12^@18c. Eggs—lOc.
Facto ifor Families.
I11 order to cooji ydur hare, you must al
ways first catch it.
It is much easier to catch &'cold than to
catch a hare.:
To get rid 'or tTcold,, always use Red Star
Cough Cure:
To get Red Star Cough Cure. ohly requires
twenty-five cents.
Burial of Iiools Riel.
Regina dispatch: Riel's remains were
quietly removed from the police barracks
and buried in a "vault below, the Church of
the.Immaculate Conception here.' The re
mbval was'Biiperintended by Pere Andre,
and the strictest precautions were adopted
to insure the fact ofthebodyheingremoved
tcj the town a secret.' .This was done to
S' revent -any, demonstration. The vault
hderneath the church is dimply an ordi
nary space below, the^floor. A hole ivas
4'ug a lew feet'ln the earth and the.remains
^lepoBitbd therein. A guard-has .been em
ployed to see that the body- is not stolen.
Probably the remains will Hsot be taken to
Winhipieg for months. Tho remains were
enclosed in a plairi wooden coffin, painted
black. and bore in white letters^thisinscrip
tion: "L. R., -1835.'' The burial service
was read by JPere Ancfre, and then all^hat
remained of ^Lotiis Riel was consigned to:
the earth. Very few .were presents:
The huge,.drastic, griping, sickening pills
are fast.being superseded by ,I)r. Pierce's
"Purgatiye Pellets." Sold by drhggists.
Rev. Downs has been dismissed, from the
Bowdgin Square church at Boston.
.. Young or middle-aged
?meh
suffering from
nervous debility or other delicate diseases,
however induced^ speedily and permaneotlj
'cured. Address, World's Dispensary Medi
cal Association,: Buffalo, N. Y.
Anthony Ziferfc,' tobacco dealer, failed at
Detroit.- Liabilities,. $20,000.
4,^Tho
light that lies,
In woman's eyes,"
la a ray of heaven's own- brightness, but it
is,, alas! often dimmed orquenche'dby some
wearing disease, perhaps silently borne,but
taking all comfort and enjoyment,out of
life. That li^h't of tho household'can be re
kindled and made to glow with its natural
brightness. Dr.- H.j V.' Pierce'R1'Favorite
Prescription'1 ia«a potent specific lor inoBt
of the chronfoweakncsses and diseases pe
culiar to women.
McLcah-of St.Paul declares he has been
traduced, and proposes to punish hisde
famers. T. v:
She Broke Up the Meeting.
Her cougliing'did The minister recom
mended Warner's White Wine of Tar Syrup.
A is
No't I»lke the Moon.
Warner's White Wine of Tar Syrup don1
dry up a cough. It cures every time.
OarUVheat VieldtFalllnff*
Not so with Warner's White Wine of Tar
Syrup Jt never fails to cure a cough.
in Gen. PremQnt is reported to be in bad
health and in great poverty,
'-?1'
Mrs. Henderson, -1005 Washington Ave.v
Minneapolis, Minn., sayB she was a great
sufferer, froinr.weakuess and pains, in her
Utnbs. She could hardly get along. Four (4)
bottles of Brown's Iron Bitters entirely
cqred^her, and she nowdesfreb us to state
thataho cannot recommend it too
highly.
John Hollin of Minneapolis was ground
to death by the railrbad motor, v
FactvWortb'Xkememberlnjg.'-
A severe cofd or Cough cAn be soonest'
{cured by staking, according,to directions,
tAUen's Lung Balsam. It can le procured at
1
siririv fuid'are 6o^e to Idolc old before
their time. .Excessive weeping^as
been known not. only to injure-^Rit
actually .to: destroy- the sight Few
women look pretty, or even interest
ing, in tears, though.K has Iong.been
pleinsant "fiction in poetry and ro
'mance to suppo^ that.they do
ny-women, some men-, most children,
make moBt. disfiguringand distorttng
'grimaces while crying, and th» lady
Avho.thinks shecan work uponaman's
feeliniB/'by ft liberal display of tears
should cAriafully* study a becoming
mode?of producing them before" her
looking-glftss. Qrittiac?s,r80ften
any drugstore It is harmless to the most
delicate person, ang can be given to children
withoutfear of injury. Try it ifyou have ur
co^d or ^ough.:
^The coal receipts at DuluW this Season'
yroe coal roceipts at 'U
iggregatCTOSO.OSO tonn
your tnedielilB^Athlophoroa, hn» done
mo more good than alio
there put together.
J'can recomraond it highly to those euBer
ins'lrora rheiunatlBm unn neuralgia. I am
tordny (ree trQmrlicumaliauu ilra. Orvilla
Stoue-, Erisloiroml, Kan.
Xl» Youth'. Comianl»a
wiU be jwnfelree to Jjvnuary let, 1880, arid
a f1uH yTOr'B,auhBcri(»tioii Irom that dat«
toJanaary,1887.toall -who send fl.75
now for a yfear'esu^crlptlon. TheYonia'g
COUPANION i» a vvoi1iliw papoiS^*aad haa
350,000 subscribers.-^
(n0
heartj and tears^accomponied by the
•USqar dist^rtiof B.' have ^a Kardemng
effect itnot, a viBible one, In a prettt-1
ly-written work, Bow probably out of
print, 'purporting to De^'the^story. of
the life of one of Milton's wives, the
author makes the poet say of his wife's
evM,. after crying, that tney resemble
fsthesup's cle«y8nining
after tho rain,"
rfyerr'bretty natural-object Indeed,
&Ut4unrig$h$')&in itself the observer
,ned to be compHmentairyJ
Fife AVh.at.
'Ih mr lote. Warninted'eenaine. Send
tor .Bample aod "price liat." W J. A»En
NBTU¥( gol«^irl2lnator,-lItnnea|illa
For Dfttlfiem tnkfl Alton's Iron TonlcDit
tern. "Allgoiiuine IwnrthcaiRtrnture ol J.p.
Allen, Droggtet. St P-.tul. ilinn.
3
'»N.o Opltttnlnfitao'^GuWlorConBiiniptjon.
msm: R^^^jssJMa
A POPOUB StmOB.
Ex-Mayor Newton,
ofDes Moines,
Ia.,is de
servedlypopular In the city oVer, whoM
destinies he presided,ly reason of the many
good deeds and the nnostentatipuB acts of
chnnty which-he is constantly,doing. Suc
cessful as a politidas, he has als6 recently
beep,playing the part olt a good Samaritan
with a success equul t^his triuipphs
in pol
itics. The fainting traveler by-the wayside,
whom he has raised up and refreshed by
good
counsel in the last instance, Is Mr. George
A. Crandale, the manager for Oberne,
HosickfeCo/, Second and Walnut streets.
Mr. drandale, who naturally feels nnder
many obligations to the Ex-Mayor tells as
follows how he came.into such a wretched
plight as to need help?' and how it was
cheerfully given. v-''?-.
I havo never had an ache or pain of
rhoumatism," he said, "since I used Athlo
phoros and the medicine coBt mo only^tl
If any one had guaranteed to cure mVI
would willingly 'have paid, him $50, yes
$100 .Idy rheumatism was inflammatory,
mostly in my ankles,- but a little in the
wrist. I could manage to hobble around
by the use of canes, but felt as if I were"
walking on the bare bones,' or "in other
words as it. my feet were off and I was
walking on the stumps. The pain was ter
rible to bear, yet I managed to be about
and to attend to my business.
"One day during the' time I was suffering
so much, I hobbled to the Court House to
look after some matter. As I was strug
gling to get up the steps I met ex-Mayor
Newton, who asked- me what this trouble
was. .. I told him that it was rheumatism,
whereupon he advised me to get & bottle
of Athlophbros. I did not get itthen, as I
had no faith in patent medicines anddid not'
want .to take any. A short time after this
I'wrote to an old friend, Charles P. Griffin,
of Stuart, to inquire what had cured him.
I knew that he had been confined to his bed
with rheumatism of the worst kind. His
answer was: 'Get Athlophoros. Tha* is
what cured me.' I then got some, but re
allyrhad no faith in its quring me. I began
to get relief from it In twenfcy-four hours.
I.continued taking it'until I-hadused three
dollars worth, wheh jny rheumatismt both
the pain'and the swelling, was gone, and I
have not' liad any return, since. This is
now- oyer ayear ago."
.* Ex-Mayor Newton based his recommen
dation'of Atholophoros to-.Mr. Cranda'o
upon t)ie very remarkable cure .it had ef
^ctcd in the case of his wif^. That lady
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"I have been comparatively free, from
rheumatism for the past year and a half.
Previous to that I had been a great suffer
er for years and had resorted to many*
remedies,'but. nothing would dowhat Ath
lophoros did for me. I have had a few
twinges of late, but I attribute that to my
Helfandnot to the medicine, as I have not
been so careful as I should have been.
Atiilophoros took the stiffnesB.out ol the
joints of my fingers and gave me the UBO of
my hands, in whjchl.had so long had
trouble. I have recommended it. in many
cnse3 and in every instance that I know of
the results havo been very satisfactory. I
do hot'hesitate in the least in recommend
ing it most heartily to every rheumatic
sufferer.",
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other. It has given me a groat dsal of pain, at times
burning and itohln* to anuh an
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commenced using Swift's Specific
in May,
188S, and have nsed'eisfat bottlea. It han given the
greatest relief by removing the
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