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■PKIN.TINO OF ALL KINDBJ INOLUDINGBUIheadaj Circulate Memorandum Forma Agreements ■ Llens Conditions of Salel O»talogaea Posters, &o.) And every description ot LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS executed at the shortest notice and In the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL 'and moat favorable terms offered to WHOLESALE OBDJfiBS, ASH BARTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, ... ■■■ \ Medical. f\ N B WO R D. , Dxab Fbhnds— We have some hesitation In addressing yon m the manner following, . but hope that it will not jbe looked at m any invidious light, when we state that it la only oar kegaid Jot your health that causes ns to do It, We have been a Firm of Analytical Chemists 'for many, many years and have.ln the long oourse of this time manufactured oertaln Medicines that being based on solenijlno formula and absolnte care and precision m manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity fas In advance of any othei Phar maoeutioal Preparations of the day. How sueooeaful we have begn m this, is onlyi to ;uote the extraordinary amount of the sales of our Haydoek a New Live* Pill. Wo have the ploasnrr to atrte that jwe have sold 28,089 Vials of D* Haydook's New Liver Pilla, Thb season of this de. mand is beoaaae we find m Baydook' New Livev Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary oosnbiofttlon of oofioentraied medlolno. The Vietorles of Soleno^ — BSleotrlo Telegiaphs, Steam and Printing -^-revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and m*de mankind wisei and better. So, althdngh there are conntl^oi .Pills used for dlaoases and claiming mn^h as to, their, merit, the lemarfkable dlaoo veiry of Pr Haydoek has eollpaed them all, and has founded a New M^ed^cal Syatem. The Doctors, whose, vaat^ doses iof fpuv or five pills enfeeble the stomapb and paralyse the bowels, mpstgive way to the man who rbatorea health and appetite with ond 01 two of hlsi extiaordlnarV Vegetable Pills. One or two of Di H»'y. dook's New Liver Pills suffices to place the stomaoh m perfect order eieates an appetite, and irendeia the: spirit light and buoyant. If the Liver is affeoted Its functions ate restored, and If the Nervous System is enf eeblod, it is Wlgorated and sustained. TRANSLATION. Aykab, Provlaee of Burmah, 8.1. Honored and Learned Physician—* The wmoifhypne .wholes to address ypt and oome before you humbly In the dust, fot hiifaeople (caste) ..tha ; ;.'.^jronjW deign to look upon their Ignoble mlaeriej and cure them with yJDur LJe-glving grains > (Pills). Illaotrlous one youi most potent mediolre is life to them and their ohlldren,- aud all the Drag Bausn are empty and yogr Soul is not m them, Thi» humble petitionei^ although he ii lowly and noteworthy to be m your high presenoe prays that f6« will graolonily permit your Life gn'na (Pilla) to oome to Aykab. To tiie moi learned and wise Physlolan Haylook (Haydook) of., high name. Native to the States of Amerioa, unit^jln North Amwlca Opiintry, , Servlely signing f oa- hlmsew and twentythroe others, the Petititioner places his sign, , . • TK# WMBIBAKOTBI. Oarmi, .... Aprils, 1884. Db J. Haydook : Dear Sxr— l received your Pills a week ago. I have tried them and must i)»y that I never had su much good done by anything as .they have me. I huve auflerod for years with JSJjuf^sness fend h&ve been bo sick at (times 'aa nqt -io oaretollva, but your; Pills .bjiye roureid me. One aged man here has, taken frommetQuly < *>© of.youß.Plllsj and I wish yon could dee him. He has' had no appetite for five months, and -todSy 'he kte a dinner such as api ughman eats. I bad to oheok him, bnt h laughed and ■aid he irw treating km stomach to a new lensatlon, for it ■^r»s > huhwy.' l I land you wltbthU^Mi doUara. Pleaae wnd at bnoe, a' -belpTr, your Pills Vf™? 1 * -m lJWtt.V*^werptogo W with them aa we yery well could do, >ut the above : must su^«^ Haydoek s Sew Liver Pills »ie the trqe grains and joaenoe of health, and the greatest bless* ng that Solenoe has given to the rf world, for Nervous Proatratlop, Weakness General Laßßitude/Want of Appetite and 31ok Headaohe, DrHaydrp> New Liver ?111b willbe found ac i i?«ctual' ; Remedy. Saoh vialoontains "senty ■ Price Cwenty-five Oehte For sale by all Dirg. :iata. v , Any socptlo oa * have a yial 'of 'llln Scot htm Free on reaelpt o his tame and address, for a trial. Bei.d a ►oatal card |or copy of pamphlet—" The jlver and its Mystery," + . fusnbhea aluible Information to HAYDOOK & 00 New York, t).S. Oauhokl— Druggists are lealred to no- j ice that the name of T. H. FranaU sole gent, is written aoros eaoh doien pack. '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2165, 5 July 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2165, 5 July 1889

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