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I I PRINTING i OF ALL KINDS INOLUDINGBUIheada Circular Memorandum ForniiJ Agreements Liens Conditions of Sale! Catalogues Posters, &c. And every description ot LEGAL AND. COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS exeoated at the shortest notice and In the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and most favorable termi offered to WHOLESALE ORDERS, ASHBURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, MedicaL r\ w e w o r d. Diab Fbunds— We have bo i tie heiltatlon m addressing yon m the manne* fol> lowing, bat hope that It will not be looked at m any invidious light, when we state that ii la only our regard Jot your health that onuses us to do it. We have been a Firm of Analytical Chemists for many, many years and have m the long course of this time manufactured certain Medlolnea that being baaed on scientific formula and absolnte oare and precision In manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity far m advance of any other PharmaQentloal Preparations of the day. How successful we have be 3D In thin, la only to cote the extraordinary amount of the ciles of our Haydock s New Liver Pill. We have the pleasure to strte that we have gold 28,089 Vials of Di Haydock's New Liver PUhk The reason of this domand is because we And m, Haydook' NewLlvei Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary, combination of oonoentrated Medlolne. The Victories of Bolenbe— Elflctrlc Telegraphs, Steam and Printing •—revolatfonlsed the whole system of the globe, and made mankind wiser and bet* tee. So, although there are countless Pills used for diseases and claiming mteh aa to their merit, the remarkable discovery of Dr Haydook has eollpsed them all, and has founded a New Medical Syotern. TheDootors, whose rait doses of four or Qve pills enfeeble the stomach and paralyse the bowels, most give way to the man who restores health and appetite withi one or two of hip extraordinary Vegetable PUif. One ov two of Di Hay. dooVa New Llvoi Pills suffioea to place the stomach In perfect order "creates an appetite, and renders the spirit light and buoyant. If the Liver Is affeoted itsfunotlons are restbred, and If the Nervons System is enfeebled, It la inrigoratedand sustained. TRANSLATION. Aykab, Provbce of Bnrmah, 8.1. Honored and Learned Phyuiolan— The unworthy one who dares to address yon i and dome before yod humoly In the dost, begs fosr his people (caste) that you wonld deign to look upon their ignoble miseries and .- cure them with , your Life-giving grains (Pills). Illustrious one your most potent medicir 9 is life to them and their children, and all the Drug Bazaus ore empty and yoir Soul is not m them. Thk humble petitlohei, although he is lowly and not worthy to be In your high ptesenoe prays that you will graoionsly permit your Life grr'ns (Pllk) to come to Aykab. To tine mv* learned and wise Physlolan Haylook (Haydock). of high name. Native to the States of Amerlo», united In North America Country, Servlely signing fob hlmaouaad twenty, three others, the Petititloner places his ulgn, Oarm», ... Arril 2, 1884. Dr J. Hatdook : Dear Sir —1 received yoar PIHb a week ago, I have tried them and must say that I never had so muoh good done by anything as they have me. 1 have sufiered for years with biliiousnesß and hrve been so sick at times as not to oare to llvi, but your Pills ha,yo oared me. One aged man here has taken from me only fao o? your PIJUs, and I wish you could «cc him. He has had no appetite for five montl b, and to'-d»y he *to » dinner such as api Qghinan eats. I bad to check -him, but h laughed and ■aid he Wbd treating his stomach to a new sensation, for it really Tas hungry. I hand you with this four dollars. Please aond at onoe, a below, your Pills Mbp Sarah Manki^, Oarml, minbisjU.S. Wf would gne you if we were to go on with them «swe very well could do, bat the above must enff-ua. Haydook s NewLlvor Pills ft la the true grsinv and OBsohoa of health, »ud the greatest blessing that Solenoo ha? gtvon to the world. , For Nosfvoua Pkstratlon, Weakness, General Lassitude, Want of Appetite and StokHeadaohs, DrHaydrt- !New Liver Pills will be found a» r : -otual Remedy. Each vial contains " -anty Pills. Price Twenty-five Oenu For sale by all Druggists. Any eotptlo oai have a vial of Pills Sent him Free on receipt o his name and address, for a trfci. Send a postal card for eopy of pamphJet— "The Liver and its Mystery," * furoirhes valuthle information to. HAYJK>OK & CO New York, U.&. Oacwowl— Druggists are desired to no* tide that the name of J. H. Fransiv, sole &ger..,t< written aoros eaoh doitn ptok»gei of Haytoflk's X<lvm JPlih, . Ail wHlj-

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2098, 30 March 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2098, 30 March 1889

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