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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 December 1887

SMtptelfr faito tottMlt. THE THE REPUBLIC, lOc IKK WEEK. PEOPLES' NEWSPAPER VOL. XXXIII NO. 2S4. SPEmGFIELD, 0., FEED AY EVENING DECEMBER 2, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. v -Z jrie- Vs wm& s.r m 5 1 & r r?&- IF 1 sf i WEATHER FACTS. I-L- Wumsarox. Dec. 1 Ohio:! d I Inarmer, threatening wjoitliirl Lwl I r lirtih rln. lothmed Saturday I I with colder, clear weather. Springfield, O., ) December i, 1887. j Look Before You Leap. There is a certain phrase, says a newspaper, oiten seen in advertisements, in which j there is a strange misuse of woras: "uxamine our jjooas before going elsewhere ," that is to say, "examine our goods and then go e sewhere and buy." Now, that is not what the advertiser means at all. Let him drop the "elsewhere" and his meaning will be clear ly expressed : "Examine our goods before buying." IS'OT ALWAYS. Some advertisers don't want their goods examined before buying. That would knock the sale silly whenever the examiner should happen to be posted. The hope ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 December 1887

jSjjSgs&afrfc, SEPtTBLICJ, FftiftAY EVEBlTSQ, DECEMBER 2, 1887. I BOSTON RUBBER SHOE COMPANY'S GOODS! 4 - I IN ALL KINDS AND VARIETIES. TEN PER CENT. LESS THAN ANY HOUSE IN OHIO. I mssfssn sStiSSgaiiMagg ;- lM- ESS W Wrt l&- I i 1 tm KIRKS WHITE RiisiiaN i only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a fut 4as. medal at tlia New Orleans Kxninitinn. Guaran tad absolutely urr, and for Kcncral lwuxiiold purrwtcs b tiie verybes Springfield jfttpubli EYEK1NU AXD ViEEKLT: Tkn KT ritim rlt tbf Sew York Mi Wt ra 1mwIU4 Pr lll.patram il tkelUsUr CaMi"orTica) TrUrraaii. CM. NICHOLS. racsiDtNT. THUS. li. UBOVOf. sic'risDTiiis. SrillCRELfl niUSIIU CDHP11T. Publishers and Proprietor. ras nTVElOllQ KJEPUllUC la published erer, rTnl except Sundai. and It deliv ered at me rate ot lCc per .week. Single copies 2c. Kirtjliuo s published fand Is one ol the most eom- 3:rrr --.,- .,mmt. in inirnanuii tun pages, markets complete. ,, KP5 wtth news and mlscellaar. II Pr ear. lavartabli cash tn ad vans. AH com...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 December 1887

tLLf. " r f " " REPUBLIC), FRroAYlEVEKiyG DECEMBER 2-1887. . "&mkw 1 . .. . . . . . . -. . - - . . . , - VffiBK't: '4M Jffff T F a-:s 5s5 PI Hfc E-J Sg fc3 0it S.R OT KJ BEArafoLWMAH. " ST w av wm wtUk aj s AMUSEMENTS. COM NO .AT LAST. Friday Evening, Dectmbir 21 Farewell tour of the original temple mm mn co. From Terrp'eThea'er. Philadelphia. The oclf .u.-crsstul American Comla Open. The umfncm THE ORIGINAL CAST. INCLCDIKO R. E. GRAHAM, ELMA DELARO, -AXD- 55-AJkR.TISTS A Car Load of Scenery ! Wonderful Me chanical end Electrical Effects! The Temple Theater Orchestra, composed ot fifteen Picked Musicians. PRICKS, St, ?3c, 30c, ZSc GRAND OPERA HOUSE FOB O.XK MGUT O.-vLY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2,1887. rtJNJtlKB AXD BETTER THAXETER The best Invasion of the drama by Charles H. llort. author of "A Hole in the (1 round." "A Kac Baby." "A Texas Meer." etc entitled TIN SOLDIER. Under the management ot Messrs- Hoyt A Thomaa. Oversowing with New Jtnsle. ew Sonts. New ppeelaltles and Pretty Dan...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 December 1887

T-S8M)SJKw "S)p&jpasRDnBMHBHHHH VAST MK B8 aJaSSaaain 1 JIOTHER BOOM bluing tur stores after th6 Holidays compels us to Re duce Mr Stocks One Half. It must be done. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN LOOK OUT FOR 25 buys a Complete White ' i $3.80 buys a complete English Banded Tea Set 75 buys a complete English Decorated Tea bet. $6.50 buys a complete Porcelain Supper Set $10.00 buys a complete Gold Band China Tea Set We want you to call and see 1 1 ested in our tO. W. ZEA-lTIISrrEiR, Sc CO. GLOVES ! ANYTHING YOD WANT FOK Street Wear, Driving Purposes r Dress Occasions. I COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Tke Halter and Furnisher, NO. 5 EAST MAIN STREET. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TO-ANTED -By a zonae Ml .eJ','rl"? W who writes ?Jt.P "" I'"?. ;' wril In: nl copjini- inaCOPlu. -l'tirr -V ... t-"" Bee. iTTll WOfTED Aa.xprifnrnl bik-kreifr to JM,!ltspeable & .m to tx I per anau9,iioi.a iu "" - '" ASTED-LsJles to work on our tncy roodi for the Dolldsr nl winter tra. 8at an distance. Kn'.l iartlciib.ni Jrpo...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 December 1887

SL itre.vi oxjit JV. . A a Jmr 1 " JLAlAA m w aaaAAIaJXv the best I hoj?. Samttprnft gaga ifgto-H.gf! X VOL. XXXIII-NO. 2S5. SPRmGFIELD, 0., SATURDAY ENTiNTJSG DECEMBER P 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. .- 1 A" IL WEATHER FACTS. SADICAUNOT PRESIDENT. THEPiLBILEE- DEDICATION DAY, -y "AS A FLOWER." A . , I M unuivnilMWI uiujiwuhii a smgnlncnt tlebrll irilh ilnml IT:riimnif r llir Kxrrrl.r. on nn.lnjr. Hf k WiMUMnox. lire 1 Ohio I M Crrrimtiir. and lo.lly ami .1i-i.'hiii I M . I I 1 At Versailles Today Da Freycinet and i:,,me. t& n Thursdaj it wis just k -. - -... -. tzttj niiaunw m iavui vi m SPRINGriELD, O., I a Dilk Horse- E December 3. 1887. j BK - '. U.L .m L'in n Of every- 1,000 men, 25 die each year. Half of the whole die before they reach seven years of age. The men able to bear arms in a country con stitute one-fourth of us inhab itants. The inhabitants oi a city or country are renewed every thirty years. More old men are found in elevated sitations than in valleys or in plains. Th...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 December 1887

:Rtr6tta; SAtmtAi-Ji; yMO DECEMBER 3.1887 3 "I - ill if. Catarrh Cured . Catarrh U very preralent disease, tt& distressing and offensive (ymptoau. Bood'a MarsaparUla (ires ready relief and speed cure, tram the fact It acts through the blood, and thus reaches every part of the system. " I lufferedwtth catarrh fifteen years. Took Hood's Sarsxparilla and I am not troubled any with catarrh, and my general health Is much better." L W. Litxts, I'ostal Clerk Chlcac & St. Louis Ballroad. " I suffered with catarrh 6 or 8 years ; tried many wonderful cures, inhalers, etc., spend ing nearly one hundred dollars without benefit. I tried Hood's SarsapariUa, and was greatly Improved." M. A. Abbet, Worcester, Mass. Hood's Sarsaiurllla is characterized by three peculiarities : 1st, the cmtbiuation ot remedial agents; Id. the proportion; 3d, the proem of securing the active medicinal qualities. The result is a medicine ot unusual strength, effecting cures hitherto unknown. Send for book conta...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 December 1887

K8SS REPUBLIC, SATURDAY E7ESTJSTQ DMEMBER 3 1887. Knowing that Hip Terr larse maj'rity ot cliapjiiug pn-jara-tionsureconipiiHcdof Glycfrinc, Taw line, Co&iuotme, Canitbor, Carbolic Acid, 3!ncilage of Quince Setd, etc., and that thry do not fully uiett the demands or ihe U&ir, wo li-ue orit;inuttii a prepa ration that contains none o! the atr-ve ingredlmK and after Tory severe tests, wo have found it to far excel all others in the market. It is perfectly harmless, and no dati&crH attended by its use CREAM PARA-CKEAM is a cream ointment, neatly put ap la tw ounce glass jars. I To prevent chopping, it is especially adapted to the use of j Farmers, Gardeners, or any persons working In water er danp i weather. It Is nneqalledcs an emollient for the skin and eonplexioa, I and renders the skin soit and smooth as a kid glove. I PRICE, 23 CENTS. I MANUFACTURERS A5D PROPRIETORS, , NO. 23 EAST MAIN ST., SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. -3 .A. TO'El'W THJlTAH.ATXOVr FOR CHAPPED HANDS, LIPS, FACE,...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 December 1887

iTpf .51 -a -a . -i'a -4; 'i3 "Vi. THE rUTtmS MAN. "Bill Stye Dlsra.se Ulm from a Sclent lfi" htandimlm. JKl ITlIOrT wishing to alarm tlu Amer ican 4sjile, or I'lV at a idiie, I desire briefly ami rious ly to di-s-uss the great .juestiou, Whither are we ilriftinzr and what istolm the roiiili- tiou of the milling tuanl iVe cannot hut our eyes to the fact tliat mankind is parsing through a great eraof rhanse; I sadly deficient iu judgment hate 110 know I even womankind it not built aitslw was a few lje whatever of human nature; jour inno brief years ago. And U it not time, fellow I cent, confiding dis;si;ion renders you un tatixeiis. that wenaum to consider what is to ' easy prey to designing men, and your nwn be the future of the American t Food itaulf has tieen the subject of change both in the matter of material and prepara tion. Thi must affect the consumer 111 ouch a way as to aome day bring aliout great changes. Take, for instamv, the oyster, one of our comparatively modem food ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 December 1887

rfTSiMSBrariTi-iM n . ..l...l.i.mnnnrirr-Tr-Tr.r..L... 'lVie".''s,"r REOLIO, SATUBDAY EVENING-, JDEOiatBER 3 1887, ryTiTwJ.lJ"l-'-l4.T T!W:i'tlfflW,BP'wlWaWla'WfWlr,WffW I JL "- I . It- " m i i m i j f-.f 3& ir In Coaruhip Hours L Wata ou your faoa bar lot!)- ays Ale often fixed, beo tae ppan itteative to jour looks ud tight And to your wordnleodt wiUuif eart, Khen the with laughter greeta your Jt And says: "I thmkyou bocrid," know That you are j ill a "welcome guest. You need uut yet male baste to go. a. When on tbe clock her gaze she bends And enders if pa's cone to bed. And when you mate a Joke pretend Siie did not bear just w bat ou said; W beu she tebiud lier ldy hand llegwa to . mi, tibiUKh be may grieve, Tbe nuu o" sense UI unde stand Tbe lime has come for lum to Ware. Boston Courier. officially notified Ui.it the ninth state bad agreed to the corJUtniion, and It we uertrare aaoptra; jut ta oonrraa wrangled Oil Sept. 80 before appointing the flrrt Wednesday of January, 1 ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 December 1887

isS iS; BgjaBtB"wjW & REFUBLIO, SATURDAY EViymQ, DECEMBER 3. 1887, -4 t -"f- sm FrKS ' e ?.. "V - jj wpv Srwez3Lrv45Jt!t MH1 s3fR0B HH i SHI Lfadi'nrf tnrmuw ibyicao sbj no ieen. made w5jcft ftr medicinal Value fcr&iru fc equal the 'ATHL0PHOR0S tlASl$r r Strains, bain back. side orcfinl fbrWfakjtesS, colds St Art worth IMirWfwrr .n,ia. ASK SOUt rujjitf 'or Iftem. punn,ttctil Republic EYEMXK AM) WEEKLT: T RrrTM.10 .rial, t ae Mw lork aad Wet ra XwtlmU Vmm Pltpilrkr. aid t Healer tM(KTelf)Tflraia. C. M. MCBOW, rscsiDtw. THOil. . BKOWN, SC'ViDTaiS. SP3I1CFIEL6 PUBLISH!. GBHPIIT, PubtUhers and Proprietors. THE BTENIKU KaWCllHO (I published - .i- iniiu tfiTi-nTif flnntlaT and 11 dcllv ran at tin. rate ot 10c. per week. Single copies 2c THE WEEKLT BK.rUBl.IU U publiihed even Thursday, and la one ot the molt com plete tamlly newspapers In toe country . eight pagei. market! complete. Kepiele nta news and miscellany. II per fear. Invariably cash lu advance. All eommnnleatlona and con...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 December 1887

wiWwwiwgSW BE.jflHO, SATUKDAY EVttlNG, ECM33ER 3 1887. irrw?-7 k im. i m :- m 4L & M m If- - :i WJM .awjaw ls, aasiaiiii iumuh il aBBa?BifiZBa'' or. BwW geaBBaEl MM s ru ij BBBBBf SBaaifc mjm 4 bimr tr BbBbB aW1!- "as- tovit.l SfiUKCicvnEaFaZrSsi Aa- a Faonto at Baata There is a lower grade of inteUigenw to ino common people in Kussia than was ever found among the Macks of America during slavery. The American -negro Bad iroui tlie rcrj beginning a natural horso sense," a cunning which gave him reason. Tliere is notliing in the minds of tlie mass of Russians except that winch is carried by tlie senses of right and Iwaring. They do not rsason. In St. Petersburg there are thejsands of drosky (carriage) drivers, and I auTtold that not one in twenty can read the signs a!on;r tlie streets, and not two in live hundred can read a book or newspaper. And yet these me? liave had, for Hus sions, extraordinary opportunities. What, then, must be the, condition of the people in the country tho...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 December 1887

ttssJ Ei'JJUllO, SATURDAY EVENIffQ, DECEMBER 3. 1887. m ANOTHER BOOM Combining fur stores after the Holidays compels us te duce tur Stocks One Half. It must be done. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN LOOK OUT FOR LOW PRICES! $2.25 buys a Complete White Tea Set. $3.89 buys a complete English Banded Tea Set $4.75 buys a complete English Decorated Tea Set. $6.50 buys a complete Porcelain Supper Set $10.00 buys a complete Gold Band China Tea Set We want you te call and see our goods. You will be inter ested in our Low Prices. C. W. F-A-TTIETTIEIR, &c CO. GLOVES ! jUfTTHLVU YOU WAST FOB Street Wear, Driving Purposes r Dress Occasions. II COMPLETE ASSORTMENT The Hatter and Furnisher, NO. 5 EAST MAIN STREET. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. rkll ADVERTISING. OS AXD AFTER Todsy the Springfield DiltL Rsixslic will lnert t ucb "ds" ai "ffmti" "LaaV -lor Kent." "For Sle." ete . In Ihli oluma on time tree, three timet tor twentf STeeenU. and. ttxttmee tor fifty cents. TBX SPRINGFIELD PUB. CO. May 23.18!?. WANTED. WANT...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 December 1887

yWfelL, . WWWgBlpBffipigiP 1CjVX OUR pvm ADVERTISEMENTS. SPRINGFIELD, O., -MONDAY EVENING PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 2S6. gmto Qrofcte'""! hPI fitw DECEMBER 5. 1887. J" -5'fc?- in l Mil m m .9- a 4? WEATHER FACTS. P Whiot. Dec. .V Ohio: Coder, loiltwea or rmer, air wMther. Springfield, O., December 3. 1887 Of every 1,000 men, 25 die each year. Half of the whole die before they reach seven years of age. The men able to bear arms in a country con stitute one-fourth of its inhab itants. The inhabitants ol a city or country are renewed every thirty years. More old men are found in elevated sitations than in valleys or in plains. This does not nec essarily mean that old men are addicted to"getting high." The deaths oi women and men are as 100 to 108. After 60 years of age the calculation of life is more favorable to women than to men. But this strays from the subject. We set out to speak of men. MEN AND THEIR NEEDS. Never in the history of the world were the needs of men so well su...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 December 1887

. - r s. rjsgf v& J5s- c:$5-?f'--Si RgPtTStt, MoifoAY EVEmJTQ, PEOEAfBEfl 5, 1887. THHILTtaSai -i!?., ssa-jgess-sArtsaw? -viw E.w&gJ Mm JMBTJ ' J!ji ,!u MM I H wllgsWMBigsKiT1By ?fefT?'fcigFaffrT V3SK" --ti-''- - K?5 fwwpw i J jfs?"ii!4?sw'T'?! , ?3gn!nSi8Hef5sHnBB . "aas.i iiiiu i i.iiiiI mfMtmmtmmmm mmmm aa-aaaa. a-aa aa a-aaasa inTi1 1 "i I 1 i I mf-fin-i n i, i , -,- tgl E& m lt IS" & S? kd" & 5 IP" US M-ewWiig tkt the Verr large majority ot chappiag prepara uafeeeaMsedofGlroerine. Tasrline. Cosmoline. Camnhor. CarMic AeM, M.eilage of Quince Seed, etc., and that they do not felly et the demands of the trade, we hare originated a prepa ration that contains none ot the abme ingredient, and after rery w?ere testa, we hare foand it to far excel all others in the market. . It ia perfectly harmless, and no danger is attended by its use In nay manner. Tm y Tp A.XJS cfc COMP' MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS, MO. 33 EAST MAIM ST.. SPRI GFIXXD. OHIO. PARA-CREAM! lVTmX'V ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 December 1887

REPUBLIC, MONDAY EYEMNG DlOEMBEfi 5 1887. i 1 ft . ;J -a Mt m. r n m S8H- ILJ & w OysLr Ara Wataroa. Not emylorer ojHer know tt tka riM and phtBpMMwbicb m ao hiCWypnwd in the American bivalve, ad which are so attractive in specimens the halt abeU or in tha atew aa to lead average man to par a oooaillerahW extra price for extra stse. are not entirely natural, and even thoae who do know that the majority of the oysters in the market are artificially swollen by intro ducing water into the tissues are not all aware that the procea by which tlik k done is closely analogous to that by which the food id our own bodies ii con veyed through the walU of the stomach and otlier parts of the digestive apparatus and poured into the blood and lmph to do its work of nourishment. PhytiolotrUts are, I believe, agreed tliat the pasage of the digested food through the wall of the alimentary canal in man and other animals in in large part due to osmose or dialysis, and that the operation of this phy...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 December 1887

KKbf. tOEPUBLIO, MONDAY EVEMTETQ. DECEMBER 5. 1887, 2 9S i & LA &v P& m vL I?- &" PS. I er. 2ss P sac m ANOTHER BOOM ?CwMil fur stores after the luce wr stocks One Hair, it must oe aone. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN LOOK OUT FOR LOW PRICES! $2.25 buys a Complete White Tea Set $3.89 buys a complete English Banded Tea Set 4.75 buvs a complete Enalish Decorated Tea Set $6.50 buys a $10.00 buys a complete bom tsani unma lea set. Wewajtt you to call and see our goods. You will be inter ested in our Low Prices. C"W F-AJSTTIER, &c CO. GLOVES ! A5YTHIMJ YOD WAST FOB Street Wear, Driving Purposes r Dress Occasions. I COMPLETE ASSOHTMEttTj The Hatter and Furnisher, NO. 5 EAST MAIN STREET. PEOPLES COLUMN. tail ADVERTISING. AWT ATTKR Today the SprtngDeld Dani. Ettbuo will insert such "ads" as "Wantt , "For Kent. or saie. cm:-, m ww n time free, three tiroes tor twentl- sbU. soiS; times tor J It cents Tati arm aui llm kw -v. nrvm. WANTED. VAKTKD A man of temperate and moral habits, ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 6 December 1887

Ssj MHMHtn a. - 4l- LT vasr ItepttMir UKAD OTJTC HIE BEST tfttttg ADTEkTISEMEMS. ADVERTISING MEDIDX. VOL. XXXIII NO. 287. SPKINGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVENING DECEMBER G. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. M 13X3 "B ifielUf. fteifo IPIt f :"jH M i-i HrEP- WEATHER FACTS. P WsmOTra.Pee 8 Ohio Warmer followedttinorthern portion Di colder weainer, Springfield, O., December 6, 1887. I IDE II!" Anthony Comstock's war in New York against the nude in art, it is said, brings about the following : Lady in dry goods store Have you undressed kids ? Salesman Sh ! not so loud, ma'am, if you please. Yes, we have them, but Anthony Comstock might drop in on us at any moment. We can't be too carelul, you know. TOUGH ON THE KIDS. It's tough on the "kids" to have them undressed this kind of weather, or not dressed enough. The "kid" ought at least to have an overcoat now. You can get him one of us for $1. It is not so fine as the one we ask $15 for, but it is a good coat. Between these prices we have many others. DRESS...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 6 December 1887

" - . " - '" "- B3TOBH0, l'UESi3AY ETBgnJTQ, PEGEatBER 0. 1887. fl; i KaewiHg tkat tke very large majority of chapping prepara Umi are composed er Glycerine, Yawllne, Cosnolfne, Camphor, Oarbelie Acid, Mucilage or Quince Seed, etc., and that they do not fally Mtttthe demands of the trade, we haTe originated a prepa ratiea that contains none of the above ingredients, and after very aevere teats, we have found it to far excel all others in the market. It is perfectly harmless, and no danger is attended by its use in any manner. PAKA-CKEAM isacrrnin ointment, m ally put up in two ounce glass jirs. To preent chapping, it is especially adapted to the ue of Farmers, Gardeners, or any persons working in water or damp weather. It is uneqalled rs an emollient for the skin and complexion, and renders the skin so't and smooth as a kid glove. THICK, 25 CENTS. PARA-CREAM! .A. CTETVtr PREPARATION FOR CHIPPED BINDS, UPS, FACE. SUNBURN AND TAN. CUTS AND BURNS. efts OOMI,"S' cfc COMITY . MANUFACTURE...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 6 December 1887

REPUBLIC, TtJESDAY EVENING rCEtBER 6 1RR7. 1 fr. l Sfer .-if. 1 -! n? , I' u -'4s?. .ajaw. itTZXr S aPs s0aa if E&AH - S Pi easPSnaa-B-. rj lEiunniL woiai. pA , V ll lin n-iillli-l III! mil SB IW arts- tanfd. CBsbwUBW Jswa7 AMUSEMENTS. Tfcimtijr b. Friday ETeniEgs, Dee. S and 9. The Celebrated German Dialect Comedian. CHAS. T. ELLIS, Under the manacement of F F. Proctor. In the late V m. Carleton'a Comedy Drama. QrajKTIBLBI Mr Lilts Is endoraed by. all people as the Sweetest Mrcer In the profession; houses packed to (be doors every here; Mcclal scen ery; Perfect Mace tsettln..; a Production ""mm in every aeiaii; uuttoE-nnie non quota tor the ladles; PreaenU for the children at eTery performance. Usual prices of admission; teats at Tierce's. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. ONE X1UT ONLY, FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 9th. DUNLAP OPERA CO. GEOKCE DL'N'LAP. Proprietor ana Man ager: a-thortzed and organized by JNO.A.McCAULL And producing the greatest of all UeCaull opera successes, BLACK HUSSAR! Bf a Car...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 6 December 1887

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Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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