FEINTING OF ALL KINDS INCLUDINGBillheads' Ciroalbrb Memorandum Form* Agreements - Llenfc I Conditions of Sale) Catalogue* Poatevii &c And every description o! LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS exeonted at the shortest notice and In the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and most favorable terms offwed to WHOLESALE ORDERS, ASHBURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE. Medical. A N B WORD. Diab Pbmmdb — We have some hesitation In addressing yon In the manner following, but hope that It will not be looked at In any Invidious light, when we state that li la only oaf kegud a for yoai healfch that catuea us to do It. We have been a Firm of Analytloal Chemist* fot many, many years and have In the .long ooutae of this time manufactured oertaln Medicines that being baaed on scientific formula and absolnte oare and pzealolon In manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity far In advanoe of any othez Phftrawoeutlcal Preparations of the day. How successful we have bean In this, Is only to note the extraordinary amount of the sales of our Haydook s New Liver Pill, We have the pleasarr to strte that we have sold 38,089 Vlala of Dr Haydook's New Liver Pllli* The reason cf this de, mand Is beoauae wo find m Haydook 1 * New Liver Pills a wonderfal and extra ordinary combination of eoneentrated medicine. The Viotories of Solenoe— Eleotrlo Telegraphs, Steam and Printing — revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and made mankind wiser and bet* tar. do, although there are coantleas Pills used foi diseases and claiming muoh as to their mesh, the remarkable discovery' of Dr Haydook has eollpsed them all, and has branded a New Medloal System. The Dootori, whose vaat doses of four 01 five ntlla enfeeble the ctomaoh and paralyie the bowels, most give way to the man who restores health and appetite with on* or two of his extraordinary Vegetable PUli. One or two of Dr Hay. dook's New Liver PlUs snffioes to place the stokiaoh In perfeot order creates an appetite, and renders the spirit light and buoyant. If the liver Is affected its functions are restored, and if the Nervous System 1 ii enfeebled, It Is In rlgorated and raitaraed. ■ ' ' TRANSLATION. Aykab, Provlaeeof Burmah, 8.1. Honored and Learned Physician— The unworijhy one who dares to ddress yon and come before yoo humbly In the dust, begs for bis people (oaste) taa ■ v would deign to look upon their ignoble miseries and wire them with your Life-giving grains (Pills). Illustrious one your most potent medlctrs is life to ' them and their onlldren, aud all the Dng Baia*rs are emtar and yosr Soul Is not m them. ThL gamble petltionei, although he is lowly and not worthy to be m your high presence prays that yos will graolonsly permit your Life grins (Pills) to come to Aykab/ To tue mo* learned and wise Physiolan Haylook (Haydook) of high name, j Native to the States of Amerioa, united In North America Country. Servfely signing fo» himseu'and tweatythree others, the Petitioner plaoes his llgn ' «„ TKi iITOUUBAXOIH. Oanm, .... April 8, 1884. Db J. Haydook : Dear Bur— l received your Pills a week ago. I have tried them and mqat a»y that I never had io muoh good done by anything as they have me. I have jraflered for years with bllliousness and have been so alok at times as not to oareto|lva, bat your Pills have cured me. One aged man here has taken from me only t*o of your Pills, and I wish yoju could see him. ,He has had no ! appetite for five montl s, and to-day he ate a dinner suoh an api aghman eats, I had to jeheok him, bot h laughed and said hejwia treating bis itomaoh to a new sensation, for it really *as hungry. I hand yon with this four dollars. Please tend at'onoe, a below, your Pills Mb* Sabah ALunrißß, Curmi, Ullnoii.U.S. We would goe you if we were to go onwituthem apwe Terr veil oonld do, but the above nwat sufltea. Haydook s New Lirer Pills aie the trae grains and ossenoe of health, and the greatest blessing thai Solenoe has given to the world. For ifarvoiM Prostration*, Weakness, General Lassitude, Want of Appetite and Siok Beadaohe, DrHayd^ek New Liver Pills will be found ao K^tual Remedy. Eaoh *1»1 oontains " Pills. Price Twenty-five OenU . For sale by all Df rgflsts. (Any soeptlo ca i have a vial of 'ills Sent him Free on receipt o hla name fnd addresß, for a trial Beud a postal rard for oopy of pamphlet— " The Liver land its Mystery." * fnmt*ho« valuahts information to T HAYDppIL&OO .w N??|rork, €.S. Q&xjyxoxl — Druggiati 1 *f& desired to notice that the name of ?, f\ Francis, sole aeent.li written aoroa u^ah down pack. "gM I ttrt* f Hll,||AU vftb- >
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