PR2NT£NG ; OF ALL KINDS INCLUDING— Billheads Uiroularb ) Memorandum Forms « Agreements ' Liens Conditions of Sale) Catalogue! Posters, &o. And every deaorlptlon ot LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS exeoated at the ahorteat notice and In the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and most favorable terms offered io WHOLESALE ORDERS, ASHBURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, MedicaL A IT B WORD. DbabFrikics — We have some hesitation m addressing you m the manner following, bat ho*6 that It will not be looked at In any invidious light, when we stAte that it U only our tregMdifor your health that causes us to do It. We have been a Firm of Analytical Chemists for many, many years and have In the long oourse of this time manufactured oertaln Medlolnos that being based on solentlno formula and absolute oare and precision In mannfaoture, have enjoyed a popularity far m advanoe of any other Pharmaceutical Preparations of the day. How suocesaful ire hare bean In this, Is only to note the extraordinary amoant of the sales of our Haydoak s New Liver' Pill. We have the pleasure to strte that we have sold 28,089 Vlalo of Dr Haydook's New Liver Pllla. Thb season of this demand Is bsoause we find m Haydoek' New Liver Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary eomblbatlon of oonoentrated medicine. The Ylotorles of Solenoe— Eleatrlo Telegraphs, Steam and Printing •—revolutionised the whole system of the globe,; and' made mankind wiser and better, tio, although there are oountless Pills used for diseases and olaimlhg much as to their merit, the remarkable discovery of Dr Haydook has eollpsed them allj-and has founded a New Medioal System. Thcf Dooton, whose Vasfc dloaea of four or five pills enfeeble the stomach and paralyse' the bowels, must give way to the man who restores health and appetite with ond . . or two .of his extraordinary Vegetable Pills. One or two of Dr Haydock's New Liver Pills suffices to 'place the stoinaoh In perfeot order oreates an appetite, and renders the apltlt light and buoyant. If the Liver Is affedted its functions are restored, and If the Nervous System Is enfeebled, It Is tnrigorated and sustained. , TRANSLATION. Aykab, Province of Burmah, 8.1. Honored and Learned Physiolan— The unworthy one who dares to ddress you and oome before you humoly In the dust, begs for his people (caste) tha v would deign to look upon their Ignoble 'miseries and euro them with you* laie-glvihg grains (Pills). Illustrious one your most potent mertlol?9 Is life to them and their ohlldxen, aud all the Drag Basaus are empty and yoqr Soul is not In them. ThU humble petltlonei, although he Is lowly and not worthy to be In your High presence prays that yoa will graolously permit your Life, grins (Pills) to oome to Aykab. To tue mo* learned and wise Physlolan Haylodk (Haydook) of high name. Native to the States of America, united In North Am wtaa Country. Serviely signing f o* hlmseu and twentythree others, the Petitltlonei plaoes his sign, Tm nißiuuiraiu. Oarmi, Ar rll 2, 1884. Db J. Haydook : Dear Syr— l received your Pills a week ago. I have tried them and must say that I never had eu muoh good done by anything as they have me, I have Buflerod for years with' bUilouifiess and hr.ye been so alok at times as not to oare to Hv«, but your Pills have cured me. One aged man here has taken from me only tivo of your Pills, and I wlah you eo'md'see him. He, has had no appetite for' fijve montl s, and to-day he ate a dinner mch as api ughinan «at«. I had to oheok him, bat h laughed and said he wi*3 treating his stomach to a new sensation, for It really oral hungry. I hand you with this four dollar*. Pleaie send at once, a below, your Pills ' M&ft Sabah' MAxinuu, Oarmi, Illinois, U.S. We would gae you If we were to go on with them as we very well oould do, but the above must sulßed. Haydook s New Liver Pills »^e the true grains and janenoe of health, and the greatest blessing that Solenoe has given to the world. For Nervous Prostratlop, Weakness, General Lassitude, Want of Appetite and Slok Headaohe, DrHayd^ New Liver Pills will be found an * ritual Remedy. Eaoh vial oontains fr >.enty Pills. Price Twenty-five Ceutt For sale by all Dreg. gists. Any setptlo oa V have a vial of Pillo Sent him Free on receipt o hln name and addtegi, for a ttit\. Bokd.a postal card for oopy of pamphlet— "The Liver ani its Mystery." ♦ fumlihes valuable Information to HAYpOOK & CO New York, D.S. Caution I—Druggists1 — Druggists are ileslred to no* ! ttce that the name of J. H. Fransts , sole agent, is written, aeros eaoh dosen paekaff*sifHafdook'sXJvs»PUU,^All *i\k>
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