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PK2NT IN g OF ALL KINDS tNOLUDIfIGBUIheads Olronlarb Memorandum Forms Agreements Liens Conditions of Sale) Catalogues Poatera, &a,) * And every description oi LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS exeoated at the shortest notioe and m the LATEST DESIGNS SPEOIAL , and most favorable terms offered to I WHOLESALE ORDERS, ASHBURTOtt GUAKDI^N OFFICE, Medical r\ N v WORD, ; Dbab Friskus— We have some hesita. tlon m addressing you m the manner fol Ipwlng, bat hope that it will' not bis look«d ai In any invidious light, when wi state that it is only oni kegaid ; foi youi health that causes us to do it. We have been a Firm of Analytical Chemists foi many 1 many years and have m the long course of this time, manofaotured certair Medicines that being baaad on solentifii formula and aboolnte oare and, preolsiot In manufacture, have enjoyed a popularitj fas In advance of any othe* Pha*maoeuti< I oal Preparations of the day. How suo< eessrol we have be on la thin, is only tc note the extraordinary amoant of the tales of oar Haydook s New Liver Pill, We have the pleaaun to strte that wi have sold 28.080 VUlo of Dv. flaydock'i New Liver PUk The treason of this de. mand is because we find m Haydook' New Liver Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary combination of oonoentrated medleine. The Victories of Solenoe— Kieotiio Telegraphs, Bteam and Printing —revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and made mankind wise* and better. 80, although there are oountleu Pills used for diseases and claiming inuob as to their merit, the. ijemarfkable discovery of Dr Haydook has eollpsed them ally and has founded a. New. Medical Sys- . tarn. The Doctors, whose vast doses of four or five, pills, enfeeble the stomaoh inQ piralyso the bowels, most give way to the man who restate* health and appetite wiih on«) 01 two of his extraordinary VeWablo PUls. One or two of Di Hay. dook's New Liver Pills suffices to plaoe the stomaoh m perfeot order creates an appetite, and tenders the spirit light and buoyant. If the Liver is affected Usfunotlons are, testored, andi if the Nervous System is enfeebled, It Is inrlgorated and sastalned. TRANSLATION. , Aykab, Prdvlsce of Barm&h, 8.1. , Honorad and Learned 1 Physician— The unworthy one who dares to ddress yoa aha come before yoa Huraoly m, ihe doai, begs^fo» hi* 1 people (oaate) tua ii would defcn io look upon their ignoble miseries and oare them with your Life-giving grains (PUls). Illustrious one your most potent medlol?9 is life to them and theit ohildren, aud all the Drag Basasrs arejompty and your Soul Is not m them. ThU humble petltlonei, althongh he is lowly and not woithy to b 6 ih you* high presenoe prays that yoi will gtadoQuy permit your Life gin Jus (Pills) to come to Aykab. To tae moi learned and wise Physiolan Haylook (Haydook): of high name. ' Native to the States of Amerloa, united m North Am wlca Country. &(etviely signing foi hlmsew and twentythreo others, the .Petlthionet places his Th> Oarmx, .... April 2, 1881 Dfi J. Hatdook : Dear Sii^-I reeelved yont Pills a Week ago. I have tried them and must say that I Hover had so muoh good done by anything as^they have me. I have suffered for years with blUiousness and have been so aiok at times as: not to oaire to llva» ! but yorur PIIIb have, enved me. One aged man here ■: has taken from mo only t^o of your Pills; and I wish yon could see him. He hasi had no appetite fot five montl s/ and' to-day he ate (sdlnriee such as api ughman data, I had to check him, 'but h laughed, and said, he ww treating his stomaoh to, a new ■ensatlon, foi it r^lly >as hungry. I hand y^u with this ,f out dollats. , Please. , ' ' M»f Sajujz MA»nuui, - •' Oarml, Illinois, U. 8, We would . gqe you if we were to go an with them as we very well could do, but the above mast ■nffod, Haydock s New Liver Pills a;o the true grains and »aehbe of health, and the greatest bless* ing that Science has given to the world. Wo*\ Nervous Proutratlop, Weakness, 3oneral LaaaKude, Want of Appetite and. 31ok Headaphe, DrH»ydr&i New Liver PUls will be found an?. ritual Remedy. Saoh ; vial contains " -. enty Pills. Price Dwenty-five Centt For sale by all Dirg'late, Any socptio ca i have a via! of Pills Bdnt him Free on receipt o his ame and addreaa, fot a tri&l. Bet.d a postal oard fot copy of pamphlet—" The jlvcr and its My-etery," ♦ futnifhes ralutble information to HAYDOOK & 00 NewYotk, D.S. CAunowt— Piuggiiti sic Jieilrodto no* loe that the name of J, H. Ftanali, sole < gqrtt.ie wiitien7 »oioa eaoh dAscn paok. ««• nf HayAook'. Llts» Piili wjth< oyM«mio yM«mi *«+4irtteb f

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2151, 18 June 1889

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