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PB2NTING OF ALL KINDBI ItSfCLUDING-. Plllheadß Clroularb Wenaorandum Forms Agreemehta, Liens .... : ! : Conditions of SaleJ 1 Catalogues 1 ' Posters, &c1 And every JleßarJptlon ot LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS exeonted al the sbortest notloe'ind In the LATEST DESIGNS . SPECIAL and most favorable terms offered to ' V7HOLEBALB ORDJffiRSi ASH BURTON GUAROIAN ■ \ OFFICE, . , , ModlcaL r\ X B WO R D. DivE Fbhj^dß— We have sqioe hesitation m addressing you m the manner |o)---lowlng, but Hope that It will hot be looked at m any Invidious light, when we state that it Is only our kegard^for "your health that oauses us to do It. We nave been a Firm of Analytical* r Ohemlsis for maxiy, m*ny years and have m the long course df this Hnie, manufactured oertaln ttedioln^ihat being based on "solenttfio formula and absolnte, oare ( and precision m manufaottire, have enjoyed a popularity far m advanoe of any other Pharmaceutical Preparations of the day. How successful we have, be hi In this, Is only to Dote the extraordinary amonnt of the sale* of our Haydook s New Liver PHI. We have the pleasure to strte that we have sold 98,08» Vlala of Dr Haydoek's New Liver PilU. Thb reason of this de. mand Is because we, find m Haydook' New Liver Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary oomblpatlon of concentrated medicine. The yiotorleji of Solenoe-— Eleotrlo Telegraphs, Steam and Printing —-revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and ma^e mankind wiser and better. So, although there are eonntless Pills used for diseases and claiming much as to ihelr merit, the remarkable dls* oovery of Dr Haydook haa eoltosed them all, and haa 'founded a New Medtoft^ tern. TheDodtors, whose vast doses of four or pills enfeeble the^st<smach and paralyse the bowels, must give way to the man, who restores health and appetite with bn<3 or two of his extraordinary Vegetable Pills. One or two of Dr Hay. dock's New Liver Pills suffices to plaoe the stomach ,In perfeot order oreatet an appetite, and renders the •pivlt llghtf and buoyant. If the Liver Is affooted Its functions are restored, [and if : the Nervous System is enfeebled, It is inrlgorated and sustained. TRANSLATION. Aykab, Provtaee of Burmah, B.L Honored and Learned Physician— The unworthy one, who darei, to \ddresa yon and come before yon humoly In the duat, begs for his people (caste) tha v would deign to loo* upon their, Ignoble miseries and cure theni with your lufe-glvlng grains (Pills). Illustrious one your most potent mediol?9 Is life to them and their children, aud all the Drag Bau«rs are empty and yosr Soul Is not In them, ThU humble petitioner, although ,he is lowly and not worthy to be m your high, presence prays th>t yo» \will graoloualy permit Voor Life gr_»na (Pills) to come to Aykab. To tue mo* learned and wise Phyalelan Hayloek (Haydook) of high name. Native to the States of America, united In North Amvrloa Country. Serviely signing f o»' hlmsen and twenty, three, others, the Feiltltlonei places his sign, " Tvi SBißsiuironx. Oanm, April 8, 1884. Dk J. Haydook : Dear Sxr — I received your Pills a week ago. I have tried them and must say that I never had au moDh) food done by anything as they have me. have auftered f or freara wlth-billlousness and have been bo alok at times as not to caretollva, but your Pills j hsiVe oured me. One aged man here has •»ken r from me only tWo bf yduV '-^llls, anl, J wish yon could lee him. He has ( h*dh6 appetite for five mpntls, and to-nai^ ne ate a dlnn.ev,such air api ughman eats. I had to eheofcohlm, bnt h laughed and said, he WM treating bis stomach to a new aenaatlon, for It really nraa hungry. J hand, yon witfe this fcgr dollars.' ' Please send ttt once, a below, your Pills Mb* Sa-uh M-unrißS, - 0»rml, Hllnols, U.S. We would gne yon If we wen to go on with them as we very well oould do, bnt the above uuut anffuJ. Haydook a New Liver Pills ».e tHe trne grains and jaaenoe of health, and the greatest bless* ing that Solenoe has given to the world. For NervotM Proatratiop, Weakneps, General Laaaltude, Want of Appetite and Sick Headaohe, DrHaydrtt New Liver PUIb will be found an T^i^tnal Remedy. Eaoh vial oontnlns "".enty fills. Prloe , Twenty-five. Oente . For sale by all Drrg 1 - ! gists. Any accptlo ca t have a via! of Pills Sent him Free on reoelpt o his name and address, for a trial, Beiid a postal card for copy of pamphlet— 6 The Liver and Its Mystery," 4 furnishes valu»hl* lnfonoatlon to , HAYDOOK & 00 New Tork, D.S. OAtmoHt— Druggists are ieslred to no* tine that the name, of T. H. Francis, sole sgent, la written aeiros each dosan pack*

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2160, 28 June 1889

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