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MedJeaL f\ TS B WORD.
Diab Fbmjtob— We have some hesitation In addressing you m the manner following, bat hope that It will not be looked at m any invidious light, when we state that ft. is only our hegard Jor your he»lfch that oauses 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 Medicines that being based on solentlfio formula end absolnte care and precision m manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity far m advance of any other Pharmaoeutioal Preparations of the day. llow successful we have be sn m this, is only to note the extraordinary amount of tho eales of our Haydook a New Liver Pill. We have the ploasurr to strte that we have sold 28,089 Vials of Dr fiaydook'a New Liver Ptlk The reason of this demand is because we find m Haydook' New Liver Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary combination of concentrated medicine. The Vlotorles of Science— Electric Telegraphs, Steam and Printing — revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and made mankind wiser and better. 80, although there are countless Pills used for diseases and olalming muoh as to their merit, the remarkable discovery of Dr Haydook has eclipsed them all, and has founded a New Medioal System. The Doctors, whose vast doses of four or five pills enfeeble the stomaoh and paralyse the bowels, must give way to the man who restores health and appetite with ona or two of his extraordinary Vegetable Pills. One or two of Dr Hay. dock's New Liver Pills suffices to plaoe the stomaoh In perfect order oieatei an appetite, and senden the spirit light and buoyant. If the Liver is affected its functions are restored, and if the Nervous System is enfeebled, It Is I&rigorated and unstained.
TRANSLATION. Aykab, Provkce of Burmah, 8.1. Honored and Learned Phyeioian— The unworthy one who dares to dc'isßß yon and ocme before yotthnm'oly In 1} c dost, begs for his people (caste^) tha • t vrould deign \o look npon their ignoble rskerlea and cure them with yonr Life-giving grains (Pills). Illustrious ono yonr most potent medlolrs Is life to them and their children, and all the Drag Bazaars are empty and yonr Sonl is not In them. ThU humble petitioner, although he is lowly and not worthy to be In yoqr high presenoe prays that yoo will grapionsly permit your Life gr».'na (Pills) to come to Aykab.^ To tile mo* learned and wlie Physioian Haylook (Haydook) of high name, Native to the States of America, united In North Amtriea Country, Serviely signing foi himsen and twentythree others, the Petititioner plaoes his sign,
Tna tosbbbanoiu. Oarnu, April 2, 1884. Db J. Hatdook : Dear Sir — I received yon* Pills a week ago. I have tried them and must B»y that I never had so much good done by anything as they have me. I have suflerod for years with billiousness and hero been so alok at times as not to oaretollva, but your Pills have cored me. One aged man here has . taken from me only tivo of your Pills, and I wloh you could see him. He has had no appetite for five montl s, and to-day he ate a dinner such as api aghman eats. I had to oheok him, but h laughed and said he w*j treating his stomach to a new sensation, for it really Tas hungry. I hand you with this four dollars. Please send at onofe, a below, your Pills ■ Mb* Sabah Makjwbb, : Oarml, Illinois, U.S. We would qua you if we were to go on with them as we very well could do, but the above mast saff »a, Haydock s New Liver Pills «ie the true grains and jssenae of health, and the greatest blessing that Soienoe has given to the world. | For Nervoiu Prostration, Weakness, General Lassitude, Want of Appetite and Sick Headaohe, DrHayd^oV New Liver Pills will be found as Actual Remedy. Bach vial contains ** Pills. Prioe Twenty-five Oentt For sale by all Druggists. Any sovptlo oa 1 have a viaJ of Pills Sent him Free on reaelpt o his name and address, for a trial, Seatd a postal oard for copy of pamphlet—" The Liver and its Mystery," \ furnlnhes valuable information to
HAYDOOK & 00 New York, D.S. OAtrnow I—Dragj^lsts1 — Dragj^lsts are jesfred to no* fcioe that the name of J. H. Fransit, sole agent, 1b written aeros eaoh down paok< »g«i if Hif^ook'i Liver PUIi^AU with*
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