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PRINTING .: OF ALL KINDS CKOLUDINQBlllhoado Olroalnrb Memorandum Formi Agreements Liens Conditions of Sale) Oatalogoei . Posters, &0. 1 And every description of LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS exeouted at the shortest notloe and in the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and most favorable terms offered to WHOLESALE ORDERS, ASHBURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, Medical i~| S B WORD. Dxab Fbmhds— We have some hesitation in addressing you in the manner following, but hope that It will not be looked at in any invidious light, when we state that it is only our hegard|for your health that causes us ito do It We have been a Firm of Analytical Chemists for many, many years and have in the long course of this time manufactured eertaln Medlolnes that being baaed on solentifio formula and abaolnte oar© and preslalon in manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity far in advance of any other Pharmaoeutloal Preparations of the day. How suecessful we have bean in this, is only to note the extraordinary amount of the ctles of our Haydook b New Liver Pill. We have the pleasoir fe to state that we I have sold 28,080 Ylala of Dr Haydook's New Liver Filbu The reason of this de mand is beoause we find In Haydook 1 " New Liver Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary combination of eonoentrated medldne. The Viotorles of Solenoe— Eleotrlo Telegraphs, Steam and Printing — revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and made mankind wiser and better, flo, although there are opuntless Pills used for diseases and olalming muoh aa to their merii, the remarkable dlsoovery of Dr Haydook hai eelipsed them all, and has founded a New Medloal System. The Doctors, whose vast doses of four or fire pills enfeeble the stomach and paralyse the bowels, must give way to the man who restore! health and appetite with one or two of his extraordinary Vegetable Pilli. One oi two of Dr Haydook's New Liver Pills suffices to plaoe the stomach in perfect order oreates an appetite, and renders the spirit light and ; buoyant; If the Liver Is affeoted its func tlons'are restored, and if the Nervous System is enfeebled, It is Inrlgbrated and sustained. TRANSLATION. Aykab, Provlaee of Burmah, 8.1. Honored and Learned Physician— The unworthy one who dares to iddress you and eome before you humbly in the dust, begs for his people (easte) tha i- u would deign to look upon their ignoble miseries and oure them with your Life-giving grains (Pills). Illustrious one your most potent medlobe is life to them and their ohildren, aud all the Drug Baiasrs are empty and yoar Soul Is not In them. Thl» humble petltlQner, although he Is lowly and not worthy to be in your high presence prays that yoi will graciously permit your Life grains (Pills) to oome to Aykab. To tile mo* learned and wise Physician Haylook (Haydook) of high name. ' Native to the States of Amerloa, united In North Am urloa Country. Serviely signing for himseur and twentythree others, the Petltltionei plaoes his sign, Tka iroißßßuroin. Oanni, Ar»ril 2, 1884. Db J. Haydook : Dear Sir— lreoeived your PJlls a week ago. I have tried them and must say that I never had so muoh good done by anything as they have me, I have suffered for years with WJilouineßi and have been ?o ajok at timer as not to care to llva, but your Pills have oured me. One aged man here > has taken from me only , two of your Pills, and I wish you could see him. He has had no appetite for five montl s, and: to-day he ate a dinner suoh as api ughman eats. I had to oheok him, but h laughed and aaid he wmi treating his stomadh to a new sensation, for It really qras hungry. I hand you with this four dollars. Please send at onoe, a below, your Pills Mwßa^M4otww, Oanul, IlllnoU, U.S. We would goe you if we were to go on with them as we very well could do, but the above most suffix, Haydook s New Liver Pills Die the true grains and essence of health, and the greatest blessing that Solenoe has given to the world. For Neivoua Prostration, Weakness, General Lassitude, Want of Appetite and Stok Headaohe, Dr Haydeofc New Liver Pills will be found as ES^otual Remedy. Eaoh vial contain* " s»«nty PIHb, Ptlbo Twenty-five Cents. . For sale by all Dirg. gists. Any sceptic eat have a via! of Pills Sent him Free on receipt o Ms name and address, for a tritri. Sefed a postal oard for oopy of pamphlet— '• The Liver and its Mystery." « furnishes valuable information to HAYDOOK 4 CO ttfirtjtoi d.s. Oauxioxl— Druggist? xrr Iqaiared to notice that the name of 1. 1 < H l ! anoLi, sole , igent, Is written iwoa » : down paok> gta Haydoeks JUvw i i<.HAU with.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2199, 14 August 1889

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