Mr. Morn Tiilks to Doctor T.ynch. Manchestee, Mich., Sept., 1887. Doctor.- Do you rernember me counoiling with you gome rnonths ago about rny rheumatism, and that oce of my lower liinbs was partially pa-alyzed froin íts effects. I asked you about the Syrup, and you replied to me that if there'ivas any thing under the sun that would cure me to take it. So I commenced using Hibbard'g Rheumatio Syrup, and I want to gay to you that it is the greatest medicine in the world, I firmly believe. That dzziness that troubíed me as well as the rheumalism is cured, and my blood is ia a healthy cotditiou. My appetite and sleep are both good, and I am healthy. Doctor, that i a great family medicine, atid you need not hcsitate to reoommeod it. Mrs. Thomas Morcas. Hibbard'g Rheumatic Syrup is put up íd large paukagea and is the grentest Blood Punfier known. Its peculiar combination makes it a preat Family Remedy. 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