GRIMAULT AND COS Chemists to the Covet, 45, rue de richelieu. Paris Tj-fRENCH MEDICINES LUNG DISEASES. SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME. It is the best and most rational of all remedies against consumption. Under its influence the cough abates, the night sweats cease, and the patient rapidly recovers health. It gives tho same results in cases of coughs, catarrhs, hooping-coughs, and influenza.' In comparing this syrup with the other sold under the same name, it will be easy to recognise the superiority of this preparation. Therefore, to avoid any substitution, please to require on the bottle the signature Grimault and Co. NERVOUB HEAD-ACHE AND NEURALGIA. GUARANA. A single powder of this natural vegetable production is sufficient to cure instantly the most violent sick head-ache. It is the most valuable remedy againt diarrhoea. MATICO—CAPSULES AND LIQUID. Whcro all other medicines have failed, these preparations will always effect a cure. They insure rapid and extraordinary cure of severe, recent, and chronic cases of private disease. They are found greatly superior to all hitherto known mineral remedies, and to copaiba and cubeb. Require the signature : Geimault and Co. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S DISEASES. —SYRUP OF lODISED HORSE RADISH. Patronised for more than twenty years by the Paris Physicians. Cures lymphatism, rachitisna, scrofula, congestion of the glands, dl the neck, paleness and flabbiuess of the flesH^ loss of appetite, weakness of constitution, the various eruptions on the face, boils, pimples, and itchings. It is tho best remedy against the first stage of consumption, and it is the most powerful depurative known. DR. LERA'S SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE OF IRON. Clear as spring water and tasteless ; has the advantage over all ferruginous preparations of containing Iron and Phosphorus, which are the elements of blood. It cures chlorosis, pains in the stomach, difficult digestion, dismenorrhea, anaemia, general debility and poorness of the blood, and agrees especially with the moßt delicate stomachs. ASTHMA. Geimault aud Co.'s Indian Cigabettes of Cannabis Indica.—Recent experiments in France, England, and Germany have proved that these cigarettes are a sovereign remedy for^fche akove distressing affections, especially when belladona, stramonium, and opium, have failed to give relief. RIGAUD & CO.'S PEREUMERY. 45, RUE DE RICHELIEU, PARIS, Patronised by the French Court, and extensively used in all fashionable circles. RIGAUD'S TOLUT IN E, THE TOILET WATEE OF THE DAY, Preserves the freshness of the skin and the fairness of the complexion. MIRANDA SOAP Gives the skin a delightfully silky surface, and is all that can be desired as to perfume. RIGAUD'S DENTORINE, A dentifrice Elixir of unequalled virtues. Sweetens the breath, strengthen the gums, and preserves the teeth from decay. MIRANDA BOUQUET. The perfume of the season, with portiaits of tho theatrical stars of the day, photo; graphed on the labels. RIGAUD'S COLORICENE. Restoring to the hair its original colour. A vegetable compound; contains nothing injurious; restores the hair to its natural color. Its success is infallible, and it does not stain either the skin or linen. EXTRACT of YLANGYLANG. MANILLA BOUQUET. The two favorite perfumes for the handkerchief. KANANGA. A new Japanese Perfume. The fashionable Perfume just imported by Messrs. Rigaud & Co.
WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. Mrs. Winslow, an old and experienced nurse, has devoted herself for more than thirty years exclusively to the cure of children. She has a SOOTHING SYRUP for children teething, which we believe a most invaluable preparation, not only for children teething, 'but in all cases of dysentery or diarrhoea. We speak of what we know when w c say that thie Soothing Syrup acts like a perfect charm in the above cases. We have witnessed the most satisfactory and pleasing results from the use of it upon suffering infants and children in a great variety of cases. It gives universal satisfaction, is perfectly safe to the feeblest infant, and pleasant to the taste. We sincerely believe that the mother who has a child suffering from any of the above complaints, and neglects to provide this medicine for its relief and cure, is depriving the little sufferer of the remedy of all the world best calculated to give it rest and restore it to health. It is said that one-fourth the children born die under five years of age. As the teething period is the most critical time, every mother should be prepared to act as nurse and physician ; and no moother should be without Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, which is perfectly safe in all cases, and may be had of any medicine dealer. "BBOWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES" Curo Cough, Cold, Hoarseness and Influenza; Irritation or Soreness of the Throat; relieve the hacking cough in Consumption, Bronchitis, Hooping Cough, Asthma, Catarrh j clear and strengthen the voice of Singers j indispensable | to Public Speakers. J- N. MANNING-, Chemist, Shortland-street, Auckland, Sole Agent.
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Auckland Star, Auckland Star, Volume II, Issue 351, 23 February 1871
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