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FESNGCINO . OF ALL KINDS/ :: j .. .- „, ■■ INOLUDINGBHIheads'J Olroularh Memorandum Forms Agreements Llenn Conditions of Bale) Catalogues Posters, &cl And every description of LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS j . r : I , • ' ' ' exeouted ak the shoitest notloe and m the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and most favorable terms offered to WHOLESALE ORDJfiRS, AS HBU'Rt ON. GUARDIAN OFFICE, ■> j „ <, Ji - n : „ .. ■.. -■ .- MadicaL ■jT|-- -H X W OR D. Dxis Fbxmtds— We have soiiie hesitation m addressing you In the manner follpulng, but hope that It will' not; be lop ceo at m any 1 Invidious light, when we aiaie that X is only, our vegard|for ypuir : health that ' Cause* us to do ii , ! We have been a Firm of Analytical Chemists for mahy, many years and have In the long course of this time manufactured oertaln Medicines that being based on scientific formula and absohite care and precision m ijnanufaotare, have enjoyed a popularity far m advance of any other Pharmaoentl* cal Preparations of the day. llow auocesiful we have bean m this, is only to notb the extraordinary amount of the sales of our Haydoek s New Liver Pill. We have the pleasure to strte that we h>Te sold 38,089 Vials of Dr flaydook's *Nef Liver Pilk The reason of this do mand is beoause we - find In Haydook 1 " Ne# Liver Pills, a wonderful and extra ordinary combination of eonoentrated medloine. The Victories of Science— Eleetrlo Telegraphs, Steam and Printing —revolutionised the whole system of the glotie, and made mankind wiser and bet- ' ter.j 'So, although there are countless Pills used for diseases and claiming muoh as, to their merit, the remarkable discovery of Dr Haydook has eclipsed them all, and has founded a NewMedioal System^ The Doctors, whose vast doses of four of five pills enfeeble the stomach and paralyse the bowels, must give way.to the man who restores health and appetite with one or two of his extraordinary Vegetable Pills. One or two of Dr Hay. dock's New Liver Pills suffices to plaoe the stomaoh ' In perfect order creates an appetite, and renders the spirit light .^ind buoyant. If the Liver Is affeoted its funotlonji are restored, and if the Nervous jSyp^em 1* enfeebled, It Is (nrlgorated and sustained. ' j . TRANSLATION. rj Aykab, Province «? Burmah, 8.1. i^Hjonond and Leartebi Ph/aiolan— The unworthy bne p Who daxes to address you and jeome before you humolv m the dust, begs; for his people (caste) tha ■ v would deten to look upon their ignoble miseries and j cure them with your Life.givlng grains (Pills). Illustrious one your mos{ potent medlolra is life tp them and thei* children, aikd all the Drug Baxairs are ompty and your Soul Is not In them. ThU humble petltlonei, although he la lowly and not worthy to b? lnjpour.. high presisnoe prays thjtt f OS will graciously peraiit yaur Life grv'na (Plila) to come to Aykfb, T6 tile moi learned and wise Physlolan Haylopk {Haydook) <of high namk Native to the States of Amerioa, uoit^d In North' Am wlea Country. m Serviely signing tot hlffiseivandlwantythree othen, the Petltltlonei plaoes bis TKA 9BXBIBAKOIH. y Oanm, ArrU 8,1884. Dp. J. Hatdoox : Dear &»— l received youi Pills a week ago. I have tiled them and must nay that I never had no muoh good dbn,e by, anything as they have me.^ I have sufleredfor years w^th bllliousnesa mA jhßve been so alok at Vlmes as not to, oaretoliyd, put your. Pills have cured me, Ono aged BqHn here has taken fron>i»e pnjy tip ,bi your Pflls, and I w^hH you could ace him. He has had no appetite for; five montls, and to-diy he ate a dinner such m it pi ughman eats. I had to oheok him, but h . laughed and «aidihewia treating Mi stomaoh to a new •entaUon, fof it' rtftlly hungry. I bund you with thla icitfr dollars; Please send *t once, a below, your Pills; ' ; i Oarmi,ll|mbls l ¥.S. .; we would gue you If we were to go bn them ' •* we very well 'could do, but (the above outst sufß^i. Haydoek 1 New Liver Pills «ie the true grains and osaebec 1 of health, and the greatest bless* ing that Soienoe has given to the world. For Nervotw Prostration, Weakness, General Lassitude, Want of Appetite and Slok Headaphe, Dr Hayd^cV New Liver Plllk will be found an S^tual Remedy. Eaoji vial contains "vjenty Pills. Price Twdnty-five Oentt . For sale by all Durg. glatn. Any sceptic ea V have a vial of Pilla Sent him Free on receipt o Ms name and addtesa, for a trial Send a postal oard for copy of pamphlet— " The Llyjjr tad its Mystery." Inrnlihes valuable lnCprmaiilon to i HAYDOOK4 00 J NewToik, U.S. l i CEiunoKl— Druggists are desired to notlcojthat the name of J. H, Francis, sole . igfintj is written aoros each down bask. < OttilHi^ok 1 tivN PHU^AH wfm ? k

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2178, 20 July 1889

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