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PRINTING OF ALL KINDS INCLUDING— Billhead.:) Clroulain Memorandum Formi Agreements Liens > Conditions of Sale) Catalogues Posters, &o.] And every deaorlptlon ot LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTSR-PRESS " exeented at the shortest notice and In the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and moat favorable terms offered to WHOLESALE ORDERS, ASHBURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, Medical. ONE WOR D. Diab Fbihtds— We have some heslta- i tion In addiesslng yon In the manner following, bat hope that It will not be looked at m any invidious light, when we state that U, is only oar kegard jfor your health that clauses us to do it. We have been a Firm of Analytical Chemists for many, many years and have m the long course of this time manufactured certain Medicines that being based on soientlfio formula and abaolnte care and precision In manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity far m advanoe of any other Pharmaceutical Preparations of the day. How sue ceasful we have bean In this, la only to note the extraordinary amoant of the ■ales of our Huydook a New Liver PHI. We have the pleasure to atrte that we have sold 28,08 ft Vials of D? Haydook's New Liver Pill*, The reason of this do mand la because we find In Haydook'" New Llvei Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary combination of concentrated mediolne. The Victories of Science — Eleotrio Telegraphs, Steam and Printing •—revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and made mankind wiser and bet* tor. So, although there are oountlesa Pilla used for dlveases and claiming muoh as to their mesh, the remarkable discovery of 3)r Haydook has eclipsed them all, and has founded a New Medical System. The Doctor, whoso vast doses of four or five pllla enfeeble the stomaoh and paralyse the bowels, most give way to the man who restores health and appetite with on« 3 01 two of his extraordinary Vegetable Pills. One or two of Dr Hay. dook'sNew Liver Pills suffioes to plaoe the stomach In perfeot order oreates an appetite, and tenders the spirit light- and buoyant. If the Liver la affeoted its functions are restored, 'and if the Nervous System Is enfeebled, It is larlgorated and sustained, TRANSLATION. Aykab, Provlatee of Barman, 8.1. Honored and Learned Physlolan— The unworthy one who dares to iddress you and come before you humbly m the dust, begs foi his people (oaate) tha n would deign to look upon their ignoble miseries and owe them with' your Life-giving grains (Pills). Illustrious one yonr most potent medicine Is life to them and their children, aud all the Drag Basasra are empty and yogr Soul Is not In them. Thi» humble petitioner, although he is lowly and not worthy to be In your high preaenoe prays that yoa will graolonsly permit your Life grains (Pills) to come to Aykab. To tile moi learned and wise Physlolan Haylook (Haydook) of high name. Native to the States of Amerloa, united In North Amwloa Country. Serviely signing fot himieu and twentythree others, the Petitltioner plaoes his i TICA MBIBIRAXOIM, 'Oarmi, __. Ar»rilS, 1884. Db J, Hiydooi : Dear Sxr— lreoelved your Pllla a week ago. I have tried them and mast say that I never had so muoh good done by anything as they have me. I have suffered for years with billiouDuess arid have been so alok at times as not to oare to llvo, but your Pills have cured me. One aged man here has taken I from me only two of your Pills, and I wish yoa could ace ; him. He has had no appetite for five montl s, and to-day he ate a dinner such aa api aghman eats. I had to eheok him, bat h laughed and said he wns treating his stomaoh to a new sensation, for It really qras hungry. I hand yon wltb this four dollars. Please send at onoe, a below, your Pills Mb* Saxah Miinnißß, Oarmi, Illinois, U.S. We would goe you if we were to go on with them as we very well could do. but the above mast suffice. Haydook a New Liver Pills awe the trae grains and jssenoe of health, and the greatest blessing that Solence has given to the world. For Nervoun Prostrattop, Weakness General Lassitude, Want of Appetite and S# H rn l Mhßj D / H ** do * New Livei Pilla will be found se 3?£jctual Remedy. Eaoh vial oontains " P1H B . Price Twenty-five Oente . For sale by all Drrg. gists. socptlo oa have a vial of Pillu Sent him Free on receipt o Ma name and addiesa, for a tricl. Send a postal card for copy of pamphlet—" The Liver and its Mystery," \ furnishes valuable information to HAYPQQ& & CO Npf Yoik, D.B. Oautiokl— DinggUtr. vpa desired to notice that the name of J. Lf, Fianol^ aole agent, la written aeros wok doien Mek> i 8« • Llr*. PIIU, H4|| Hju J

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2204, 20 August 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2204, 20 August 1889

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