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1I UJ.N U'l\d.J!:N. From The St. Stephen's Review." There are no 01&88 of men on which the business publio are more dependent than on the London postmen. They are entrusted with communications of the highest import anoe, which rarely, if ever, they fail to deliver promptly and in time. Theae men as a class ^â¢e sober, industrious, bard-worked serrants. F om early morning nntil late at night, in all weathers, they continne to tramp over and over the a. me ronte. They become a part and parcel of the business man's existence This oonBtant walking and exposure in our ormogeable climate often entails rheumatic difficulties, paius and stiffness in the limbs- yet there can be no cessation from the daily routine of their lives; whether suffering or not they are obliged to be at their post. It is said liha., a greater portion of the London postmen always keep that famous remedy, bt Jacobs Oil, by them, applying it to the muscles after a severe day e work, as a pre- ventative. Others who have received sprains and have been afflioted with severe rbenmatio pains, have been promptly cured by tbe aft- plication of this remedy. They not only use | it upon themselves and families, bat reoom- â¢uend it to others. M ⢠s J. Brooker, 47, Prinoe'» ttoad, K->nnington Cross, London, 8.E., the wife of a pistman, writes: "I have saffered most agonizing rheumatic pains through my shoulders aud the back of my neck f ,r somi time past, many times being unable t. obtain any sleep at night, which wholly unfitted me for my household in the day time. Mf husband having beard his fellow-pjstmeu "peøk very bigblyof 8t Jacobs Oil for tlprainl un tbe limb8' M « for nea- £ £ rheQnQatisra, procured a bottle from tbe Cornpdony's offics at 45, Zarringion ffl J COabent8 which be applied to the v>v tho aQd to our great eu p'ise ana doP",|«l almost »t oooe, iffjrding Z f^e 6 « g x»> mghf..leap I h»d bo.ii J^n,,°r m»n? » »«"«⢠I Su and .h il a*ilUVa ti'0 preparation for pain, £ âd" V1"?J\,k"6P *>â¢Â»'<> of nMr,-H r. Cano. of 31, Swioton »S. ?f.*y I"D- Bo"i' W C". 'D0 morning on my rounds as post- »t.1 sprained my ankle, and was soarcely Sr T T eTn Wa8 r«oommended to use procured a boule, and be- De*-fJ,n U!f» °?f half tlie I was aiT j r1 ,Mr H- Newm«., 16, P.o«on .sa" fh« u j suffered .from rheumatism in whiM?!? ra perio i of fc,relve months, during trinrl consulted several physicians and hp«a«»marf .reme without receiving any f-nent. Bfog advised to use St. Jacobs Oil uave much pleaanre in saying that it eased hotJ3*111 direot,7- I f»'t it aot like an electric oattery on me. Tne contents of one bottle completely cured nae, and I can now walk well as ever. I have no hesitation ia reoom- mending St Jacobs Oil to all suffering from I beomatism, as being a Conqueror of Pain." while the postmanrs -4. lot at best is not a haPP1. one, he is undoubtedly sared maoh pain and disoomfort, which he would other- wise be obliged to endure, were it not for remedy m question.