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i PRINTING I OF ALL KINDS [NOLUDINGBtllheada Circulars Wemorandum Forma Agreements Liens Oondltlona of Salel 1 Catalogues Poatera, &c. And every description ot LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTER-PRESS exeouted at the ahortest notice and In the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and moat favorable terms offered to WHOLESALE ORDifiRS, ASHBURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, Medical. r\ N E WORD, Diab Fkwhds— We have bo me healtatloa m addressing you In the manner foi lowing, but hope that It will not be looked at In any Invidious light, when we state that X Is only our kegard ..for youi healfih that causes ua to do It. We have been a Firm of Analytical Chemists foi many, many years and have In the long oourae of this time manufactured oertaln Medloines that being baaed on scientific formula and absolnte care and predator In manufacture, have enjoyed a popularity far In advance of any other Pharm&oentloal Preparations of the day. How successful we have besn m this, Is only to note the extraordinary amoant of the sales of oar Haydock s New Liver Pill, We have the plofisair to strte that we hava sold 28,08° Vfslo of Dr Haydook'i New Liver Pllla. The rwtaon of this de mand ia because we find In Haydook'' Now Lives Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary oombloatlon of concentrated medicine. The Ylotoslos of Science— Electric Telegraphs, Steam and Printing —revolutionised the whole system of the globe, and made mankind wiser and ■ better, $o, .although there are ooantlesi PUls used for diseases and claiming much sa to their mesh, the. remarkable discovery of Dr Haydock has eclipsed them all, and has founded a New Medical Sy«tem. ThoDootowj, whoue vaat doses of foar or 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. dook's New Liver Pills suffices to place the stomaoh In perfeot order creates an ippetlte, and renders the spirit light and buoyant. If the Liver is affeota^ its f ouq. blons are restored, and If the Nervous System b enfeebled, It is Invigorated and guttalttfldi TRANSLATION. Aykab, Provlvee of Burmah, 8.1. Honored and Learned Physlolan— The unworthy one who dares to tddress you »nd oome before you humioly m the dust, legs for his people (caste) tha ■ v would leign to look upon their ignoble miseries md oure them with your Life-glving pains (PUls). Illustrious one your nost potent medlolre Is life to them and heir children, aud all the Drug Baxairs ire empty and yoar Soul U not m them. ChU humble petitioner although he is owly and not worthy to be m your high >reaenoe prays that you will graelously ?ormit your Life gr%fns (PUls) to oome to Lykab. To tue mo* learned and wise 'hyalolan Haylook (Haydook) of high tame. Native to the States of America, inlted In North America Country. Servieiy signing foi hlmieit and twentyhaee others, the Petitioner plaeas his TNA nsJIBSKAKOIU, Oarmv, .... April 2, 1884. Dk J. Haydook : Dear Sir— l received our Pills a week ago. I have tried them nd must say that I never had bo much ood done by anything as they have me. have suffered for years with bllllousneßS nd heve been bo alok at times as not to are to Hva, but your Pills ha.v.c cured le. One aged man he?e has taken romme only Uo cfyour PiUs, and I loh you oould dee him. He has had no ppetlte for five montl s, and to-d»y he be a dinner auoh as api Qghman eats. I ad to ohook him, but h laughed and &id he yn»i treating bis stomaoh to a new maatlon, for it reaily was hungry. 1 and you with this four dollars. Please md at ono», a below, your PUls Msc Sabah Manvxbb, Carml, UllnoU, U.S. We would gue you If we wero to go a with them as we i'ery well could do at tho above moat suffbd, Haydook a ew Liver Pills »io the true grabs and laence of health, and the greatest blesfiig that Soience has given to the world or Nervous Prostration, Weakneaa eneral Lassitude, Want of Appetite and ok Headache, Dr Haydcek New Liver ilia will be found as £ j^atual Ramedv. aoh vlaloontainß w^onty PHIb, Prlno wenty -five Oentt, . For sale by all Dicg m 1 « ny BOt P tlo c » have a via! of Ills Sent him Free on reoeipt o ila «no and addren^ ton a trkl. Seivd » )atal oasd 'os copy of pamphiot-- 11 The Iver ani its flfyctory," *, furnlih^ dueblo Information to ,-HAYDOOK >. 00 Oaumokl— Dra^tc sVe icilrodto ojk 3e that the>r^e of Z . H. Franals, soi ! en M B a«< a nrrh dosen pack SK -rf HajAook s Wt« PUll,)|Aj|

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2233, 23 September 1889, Incorrect date

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