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.PB3NTINO OF ALL KINDS INCLUDINGBillheads Oiroularb Memorandum Forma Agreements Llenfc Conditions of Sale) Catalogues * Postera, &o* And every description of LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS executed at the shortest notloe and m the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and most favorable terma offered to VVHOLESALE ORDERS, ASHBURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, MedleaL ri\ "N H- W O R D. Dbab Fbhkds— We have aoine hesitation m addressing yon m the manner following, bat hope that it will not be looked at m any Invidiou* light, when we «t»te that lv la only on* begavd Jox yon* heilfh ihai oaoaeN us to do it. We have been a Firm of Analytical Chemist* for many, many years and have In the long course of tbi* time manufactured certain Medioines that being baaed on t aoientifio formula and abaolnte care and precision m manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity far In advanoe of any other Pharmaoeutl* oal Preparation* of the day. How auocensful we have bean m this, is only to note the extraordinary amount of the sales of our Haydook * New Liver Pill, We have the pleasure to strte that wo have so\d 28.08P Yia> of Dr Haydbok'a New Liver PIIU, The reason of this de. mand la beoausa we find m Haydook' New Liver Pill* a wonderful and extra ordinary combination of concentrated 'mediolne. . The Wotorle* of Soienoe— • BUeotrlo Telegraph*, Steam and Printing —revolutionised the whole ryatem of the; globe, and made mankind wiser and better; 00, although there : are 1 ' oonhtless PUla used for diseases and claiming mnoh a* to their merit, the remarkable discovery of Dr Haydook ha* eoUpsed'them all, and ha« founded a New Medical System. The Dootors, whose vast dosea of four or five , pUls enfeeble the atomaoh and; paralyse the bowejbi, mast give way to the! man who restore* health and appetite with ono or two of ; his extraordinary Vegetable Pill*. One or two of Dr Haydock's New Liver PUla «ufficea to place the atomaoh m perfect order create* an' appetite, and renders the spirit tight and buoyant. If the Liver is aftepted Its funotlons are restored, and if the Nervous System!* enfeebled, It I* Inrlgorated and sustained. . . , TRANSLATION. ...... Aykab, Province of Burmah, 8.1, Honored and Learned Phy«ioian^-The unworthy one who dares to ddress yon and come before yon hnmoly In ibe dart, beg* for hi* people (caste) tfca v would deign to look upon their ignoble mlaeries and oure them with ' yonr Life-giving' grain* (Pills). Illustriou* one yonr moat potent mediol?9 ia life to them and their ohildren, aud all the Drag Baxain areampty and jroar Soul 1* not m them. Thla humble petitioner, although he 1* lowly and not worthy to be m your high: presence prays that yol will graciously permit your Life grtina (Pill*) to oome to Aykab. To tue mo a learned and wise Phyalblan Haylook (Haydook) of high name. ' Native to tho States of America, united m North Am wioa Country. Serviely ilgnlnjf foi himsen and twentythree other*, the Petititioner plaoe* hi* TK> «iB*B*BAJrOIMU Oanm, -.. April 8, 1884. Db J, Haydook ; Dear Sur— l received your PUIs a week ago. I have tried them and mast say that I never had «v mnoh good done by anything as they have mci I have suflered for year* with bllllDuaness and hftvo been so alok at time* a* not to oaretollva, but your Pill* have Quired me. Ono aged man here ha* taken from me only 'Wf> of your jPUj*,' a^nd) I wish yod could'aee him. He, has had,, ho appetite f,or five mpntl *, and to-day he ate a dinner jpujoh. pu api > qghman eat*, I : had tooheck him, buth, langhed and/ said he wm treating h!s stomaoh to a new : aensation, for it really Tra* hungry. I hand yon with thi* four" dollairs;" Pleaae •end at onoe, a below, ypnr PJUs ■ . , v , Mmi SAblh MAjnußß, , , , ; Oarml, Illinois, U.B, W» would gae you If we were to go on with them as we, very well could do, but the above most anffi*4, Haydoeka New Liver' PUla Hie the true grain* and' essence of health* and the greatest ' blessing that Science ha* given to the world. For Nerrouir Prontratlor, Weakness, General LassKadoj Want of Appetite and Blck Headache, 'DrHaJrdfff "' New Liver PIUb will be found an ?*^uar' Remedy. Eaoh vial contain*" .enty Pill*. Prfoe Twenty-five Conu. For lale by all Drrgflata. Any setptio oa have ; a via} of 111* Sdnt him Free on receipt' o hi* name and address, for a trial. Beud a postal card for copy of pamphlet—" The Liver and its Mystery." ♦ furoifhes valuable information to HAYDOOK & 00 New York, D.B. Gucrnoxl— Draggiat* are loalred to no* | ' tiee that the name of H. Frendr, role] agent, is written acaros each down Uok r ' ago if Haydook'. rtvea PUH^M wtlfii h

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 13 June 1889

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