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PRINTING OF ALL KINDSt INOLUDIKGBlllheadaj Circular* ■ Memorandum Formi Agreements Liens Condltiona of Sale". Catalogues i Posters, &Ci And every description of LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS executed at the shortest notioe and In the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and moit favorable terms offered to WHOLESALE ORDERS, ASHBURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, ■ Modicfit r\ 8 B W O R D. Diab Fkibhds— Wohaveeoiae hesitation In ftddcessing you m the manner following, but hope that It will not be looked at m any Invidious light, when, we state that lv is only our kegard Jfor your health that causes us to do it. We have been a Firm of Analytical Chemists for many, many years and have m the long course of this tlmo manufactured certain Mediolnes that being baaed on scientific formula and absolnte oare and precision lo manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity for m advance of any other Pharmaceutical Preparations of the day. How suecoasful we have bean In this, li only to noto tha extraordinary amount of the sale* of our Haydoek s New Liver Pill. We have the pleasurr to strte that we have sold 28,08 ft Vlaia of Dr Haydook's New Liver Pllhu The Beacon of this de mand is beoause we find m Haydook'" New Liver Pills a wonderfcl and extra ordinary combination of Concentrated madloine. The Victories of Solenoe— Sleotrlo Telegraphs, Steam and Printing — revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and made mankind wiser and bet* tor. So, although there are oouutleu Pills used for dlroMes and claiming much ai to their mesh, the remarkable dUsoovery of Dr Haydoek has eclipsed them all, and has founded a New Medloal Sya. tern. TheDootora, whose vast dosej of four or five pllla enfeeble th.o atomaoh and paralyie thebowfdi, mast 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'a New Liver Pills suffices to plaoe the stomaoh In perfect order oreatea an appetite, and renders the spirit light and buoyant. If the Liver is affected its functions are restored, and If the Nervous System la enfeebled, it U La rigorated and sustained. - TRANSLATION. Aykab, Provhce of Burmah, 8.1. I Honored and Learned Phy stolen— The unworthy one who darea to ddroas you and, oome before yoo homoly In the dust, begs for his people (eaate) tha - v would deign to look upon their Ignoble miseries and oare them with your Life-giving 1 grains (Pills). Illustrious one your most potent mediobs Is life to them and their children, aid all the Drag Bazaars are empty and your Soul Is not m them. Thl» humble petitionei, although he Is lowly and net worthy to be m your high presenoe prays that yoa will graciously permit your Life gntas (Pills) to oome to Aykab. To tue mci learned and wise Physloian Haylook (Haydook) of high name. Native to the States of America, united In North Amwioa Country. Seiviely signing foi himsea and twentythree othen, the Petitltlonei places his sign, T»A *BHBIBAKOin. Oanm, -.. April 2, 1884. Db J. Ha.ydoox : Dear Sur— l received your Pills a week ago. I have tried them and mußt say that I never had au muoh good done by anything as they have me. I have suffered for years with billiounneae and have been so alok at times as not to oare to Uva, but your Pills have oured me. One aged man here has taken from me only Uo of your Pills, and I wish you could see him. He has had no appetite for five montls, and to-dfcy he ate a dinner auoh as api ughmau eats. I had to oheok him, but h laughed and said he ww treating his stomaoh to a new sensation, for it really :rai hungry, I hand yon with this ftn,r dollars., Please send at once, a below, your Pills Mb? Sabah Mahxibs, Carmi, Illinois, U.S. We would gne you if we were to go on with them as we very well could do, but the above nwut suffi^a, Haydook s New Liver Pills *ie the true grabs and osaonce of health, and the greatest bless* ing that Solenoo has given to the world, Por Nervou* Proatratiop, Weakness' General Lasßttude, Want of Appetite and Bick Headache, DrHaydr^, Tew W vet Pills will be found « V^ud iZ^lV. Eaob vial contains - £ Ont y Plllßt P]fl J Twenty-five Oeuu. Fo? sale by all Dtvl. 4m ' « Auy sat * tio c * *■ a vial ox Fills Sent him Freo on receipt o his name and addteßs, for a tritl SeU a postal oard for copy of pamphlet—" The valuable information to HAYDOOK & CO Now York, U.&, Oaotiohl— Drnggista are desired to uowo that tha name of J. H. Frinais. Flo i R agent, lswrUtett acros each do«n^Biok. »»«••{ Ksfdooku Xlrw fUlfcillH with,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2185, 29 July 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2185, 29 July 1889

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