PR2NT ING OF ALL KINDS INCLUDINGBillheads Clroularb Memorandum Forms Agreements Liens Conditions of Sale) Catalogues Posters, &o, And every description of LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS executed at the shortest notice and m the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and most favorable termi offered to WHOLESALE ORDERS, ASHBURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, Medical f\ N B WORD. D-U-B FM_an>g— We have some hesitation m addressing you m the manner following, Jaut hope that it will not ba : looked at m any invidious light, when we state that X le only our kegard „for your health that oauses us to do it. We have been a Firm of Analytical Ohemists for many, many years and have m the long oourse of this time manufactured oertaln Medicines that being based on scientific formula arid absolnte oare and precision m manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity fas In _dvalo.ee of any other Ph_____oeutlo»l Preparations of the day. How successful we have be 9U In this, ii only to note the extraordinary amount of the sales of our Haydook s New Liver Pill. We have the pieasurr to strte that we have sold 28,089 Vials of Dr Haydook's New Liver Pllhv The reason ef this demand is beoause we find m Haydook* New Liver Pills ! .a wonderful and extra ordinary combination of eoneentrated medioine. The yiotorlei of Science— Eleotrlo Telegraphs, Steam and Printing , — revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and made mankind wiser and bat* ter. So, although there are oonntlees 1 Pllli used for diseases and elaimingmuob as to their merit, the remarkable discovery of Dr Haydook has eollpsed them all, and hai founded a New Medldal Sys* ' tern. The Dootori, whose vast doses of four or dye pills enfeeble the stomach and paralyse the bowels, mnat give way to the man who restores health and appetite with one or two of his extraordinary Vegetable Pills. One or two of Dr Haydook's New Liver Pllli suffioes to place the stomaoh m perfeot order creates an appetite, and renders the. spirit light and buoyant. If the Liver is affeoted Ttsfuno* tlona are restored, and if the Nervous System is enfeebled, it is invigorated and sustained. TRANSLATION. Aykab, Prpvlsee of Burmah, 8.1, Honored and Learned Physlolan — The unworthy oue who dares to d_re_s you and ccme before yoU humbly In the dust, begs for his people (oaste) tha v would deign ito look upon their ignoble miseries and cure them with your lufe-glvlng grains (Pills). Illustrious one your most potent medlolr9 is life to them and their childr en, aud all the Drug Baiavs are empty and your Soul Is not m them. Thi_ humble petitioner, although he is lowly and.net worthy to be m your high presenoe prays that you will graploUsiy permit, youji Life grx'ns (Pills) to come to Aykab. To tue mo* learned and wise Physlolan Haylook (Haydook) of high name. Native to the States Of Amerioa, united In North Amvloa Oountry. Serviely sighing for hlmseu and twenty* .three othen, the Fetltltioner plaoes his »iß»*i T.M Os-xu., .... April-, 1884. Dr J. H_.ynoox : -Dear S_r— l received your Pills a week ago. I have tried them and must say that I never had su muoh good done by anything as they have me. I have suflered for, yeara with bllllons^esS] and have been so ilok at times as not .to oare to live; ' but your Pills 'have oured me. One aged man he.c has taken from me only two of yoUr Pills; imd il wish youcbuldaee him. He has had no appetite for five montl i, and to-diiy he ate a dinner such as api ughman eats. I had to oheok him, but h laughed and > said he ww treating .his stomach to a new sensation,^ for it really "jvai hungry. I hand you wltb this four dollars. Please sand at ontfej a below, your Pills Blßt> Sabah Munnißa, Oarmi, HUhofs) U.S. We would gue you if we were to go onwlthth^m aawe Very well could do, but the above must snffnd. Haydook s New Liver Pilla aie the true grains and .ssence of health, and the greatest blessing that Sotonoe ha_ given to the world. For Nervous Prostration, Weakness, General Lassitude, Want of Appetite and Slok Headaohe, DrHayd~eV ; New Liver Pills will be found an Factual Remedy. Eaoh vial oontalna V* -enty PUls. Prloe Twenty-five Genu For sale by all Druggists. Any 80-ptlo cat have a vial of Pills Sent him Free on receipt o his name and address, for a trifcl. Scud a Ejatal card for copy of pamphlet— "The iver and, its Mystery." ' ~ *"f urnirheis valuable information to HATDOOK & 00 New York, U.S. [ OA.tr_io.rl — Druggists are desired to no* ' tiee that the name of T. ; H. FraUels, sole agent, is written aeros each doien paok*. a«a-j»f Hsyv^ok's wW|4 V«tffl*4m > •■•■ - 1
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