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r ... ..: . . -.. ,f' fi I Ift Vlir lV t-ti ' HIE CAPITAL JOIIRM. (DAILY AND WKBKLY.) . BY HOKER BROTHBRS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1895". BWMBBILll J11LJ 1 . l J i IL IHJLJ I 1 J 1UI business mon Oregon farmora and can do no better tban to organize oresmery districts, with one largo but ter, factory at a central place and skimming stations at convenient dis tances. At these skimming stations ' the milk of from 400 to 000 cows can bn aeperated and tbo skimmed milk re turned to the farms for young stock and swine. Tuo cream is tlion taken to a central factory where with all the most Improved maohlnery and with a refrigerator plaut it Is manufactured into an oven grade of tbo best scientific butter produot. This can bo shipped in carloads to tbo largo butter mar kets and command tbo top price. A number of small creamorlea each making a different product, and shipping in small lots cannot read, this result. Whllo the butter on largo scale can bo put up for 1 cent a pound, tbo small crnamcry cannot pro duco it for less thon 3 to 4 cents u pound. Tho difloronco is saved to tin farmor by tho plan now proposed ut Salem, It Is not a now thing but ha beeu tried at many places where it. lb now operated successfully. The col lective system of gathering cream from skimming stations 1b the highest devol opmentof co-operative butter manu facture. If this system can be estab lished now it will be a sourco of constantly increasing wealth to tho farmer. Wo havo tho land for pas turenud growing feed or cows. Wo have u good start of cows. Tho far mers havo tho horses, tho help and tho timo to put tho milk Into tho stations whoro tho cream is extracted. Tho rest of the work Is douo nt tho central fao tory which must be near a railroad track and business centor. Tho contral factory wlil oost (0,000. Tho skimming stations can bo set up at any central neighborhood and cost from (700 to 91,000 for separator and outfit Includ ing building. If our farmers and busi ness mon have the right spirit, with a full knowledge of tho facts to ba placed before thorn noxt Saturday nt a publlo meeting to bo held at Salem, thoy should close a coutraot at onco with reliable parties to put in such a collec tive creamory plant. Tho numbor of cows Is now small comparatively, to thickly settled dairy regions. Their milk produot is low. But wo can do in the Wlllamotlo yalloy Just what hos been dono In scores of other countries. Cows and pastures can bo Increased and will naturally bo increased ns soon as there Is a euro demand for tho milk product, aud with tho great lutor mountaiu region lying to tho oast of ui thero Is no limit to tho market at a fair prlco. CANNON ON FINANCES. The Illinois Congressman at Port land. "vVhat havo you found to be the prevailing sentiment in tho Middle Weston the financial "question, Mr. Cannon?" "I bellovolam making a most con servative statement in saying that nine out of every 10 voters In tho Mississippi valley are blmctalllsts. My own views on this point aro well known, as I assisted in framing tho monoy resolu tion among others at tho national Re publican convention in Minnesota, and nothing has since occurred to change mo from that position. "It cannot, of course, be denied that gold is tho basis of money valuation. Whllo wo have, In round numbers, $500,000,000 of silver In this country, which, dollar for dollar, will purchase as much as gold, wo know that Its In trinsic value Is only half as much; that If It wero not for tho knowledge that wo can got 10 gold dollars with 10 sll vor dollars, that is to say, the govern ment Is able to guaranteo that with lis goid resorvo, our silver would only purchase halfv what it does under present conditions. It is my bollcf that tbcro ure enough clear-thlnklng people in this country to keep it from tho rash experiment of free coinage ttlono among all the nations. Wo aro nearly all bimetallism, but let us take care that wo do not find ourselves, through free colnugo legislation, cast upon tho deplorablesllver monometallic basis, such an Mexico rests upon. "When tho leading commercial nations agree upon a uniform colnago ratio, whether that ratio bo 15 to 1, 10 to 1 or SO to 1, wo may thon undortako the coinage of silver and the two ANNEXATION AND NICARAGUA After the noxt preoldeutal oloollon and tho advent of n new administra tion tho Hawaiian Islands will pretty certainly bo annexed to (he United States. In n letter to a friend lu this country, L, A. Thurston, formorly Hawaiian minister at Washington, denies tho statemeul current In admin istration circles hero that tho cuueo of the republic and of annexation Is weakening m there Is a tendency to revert to a monarchy, iio save: "Tbeso reports will not hurt us In the long run, ns loglo of events contin ually falsifies tho statements that are made by tho enemy. Tho republic bus amp'e strength to bold tho situation ns long as Is necessary to accomplish tho object that is kept steadily In view, namely, annexation to tho United States." The Cleveland administra tion got started wrong on Hawaiian through tireshnui's hatred of Hurrlson aud Cleveland's stubbornness kopt It on the wrnug track. When a Republi can administration comes in things will be diflereut. And things will be different, too, with regard to tho Nicar agua canal. Portland Oregnmau. If Harvy Scott lluds oui'.tliat nnucxa tlou of tho Hawaiian Islands will take ten million dollars n year away from the sugar truBt and that building tho Nicaragua canal means cutting the earnings of tho Southern Paclflo rail road right lu two in tho middle, he will denounce both as schema of the Populists to interfere with tho nntioim prosperity. Your Blood Pure If it Is, you will be strong, vigorous, full ot life aud ambition; you will havo a good appetite nnd good digestion strong nerves,, Sweet sleep. But Low few can sny that their blood Is uuret How many people aro suffering dally from the consequences of Impure blood, scrofula, salt rheum, rheumatism, catarrh, nervousness, sleeplessness, and That Tlrod Fooling. Hood's Barsaparllla purifies, vitalizes and' enriches the blood. Thcrcforo, it Is the medicine for you. It will' give tou Dure. rich, red blood and strong nerves. It will ovcrcomo that tired feeling, crento an appetite, giro refreshing sleep and make you strong. Hood's Sarsaparilla fls the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently In tho public eyo today. riUTTM 5 Bun u nons J. (.. BLAKE, l'rop. TOLEDO, LINCOLN COUNTY, OUBOON. "fJ-Hiifclnl rnlfl to tnurUts and land localeri) Hoard hv llin wrck nud free hack In Newixjrt for surf liiolng, snii Hilotz reservation ann other jMiluts lu county, every other day, IS Oil rtAwHUSm HOP STOVE BOTE MONTEREY Hrrr1c Dillo tlie after-dinner pill and nOCKI S KillS f.,wllT rothnrtlc Me. A Sonic tiling THAT ODIOUS SUPREME COURT. The North Platte Era prints two columns of The Jouhnal's scorch of . , ... . i . . .....' ho Nebraska Supremo Uoutt lunket. metals will tuus obtain nu established ' ' "' tquallty. I Tlio Polk County Democrat print a "In this country tho ncgregato page of Tjib Journal's Nebraska Su amount ropresouted by insurauco nud promo Court roast, similar nollcles Is ton thousands nf mil. I lions of dollars or ton billions. This' Tll "Pokrok ZuPttJu." opub iusurancehas been thus far paid for In "Can Bohmlm "owspapor of Omaha, monoy. Tho whole sum will probably I Neb" hft8 a C0,umn edltor,al ,n at0' bo nald within tho next 36 voars. Will I batlon of TitE """"- Supreme , wour. article, xue OUltor or tno t'OK I rok Zapadu says, in opening; insured for a fow thousand dollars as Jn m;r J ATM for Mother nnd tlio Children. NEJWPOR1, OR. This elegant how h t'l on the beach is tho moat delight ful resort of Oregon, nnd is run in tin- host of style. Terms moderate. Mary Fitzpatuick, 7 ntf Pro). THE BOSS THE .JUMBO, nud iRON KfNG. HOP 'xnt of nU kinck nnd dimensions. PEICES LOWER TFAN THE LOWEST. r pIcto t0 t,,k EAST! VJA TUB SMITH III! MEHAMA, OR. WHAT THE JOURNAL OFFERS FREE Two High Class Magazines Needed in Every Household. Good accommodations, -with table and bed kept up to its old standard. Guests served with the greatest comfort 7-iotr tho pooplo accept a reduction of one half? Will any voter, whoso llfo is Tho New York Independent is a great religious nowBpapor. It Is cstab. llihed on a tnonoy-maklng basis. A copy is Bout out to all newspapers In tho country to warn tho public agalust the proposed plan to consolidate tho Northern Tacino with tho Great North ern Hallway. Thoro Is niuou talk about the violation of state laws against such consolidations of rail ways. The editorial Is a plea In a religious newspaper, supposed to givo good religious advice about stocks nnd Investments, for tho plans of Mr. Na poleon Ivos, lato of tho Toomba Prison of New York. Mr. Ivoa is to set this great transcontinental lino on Its feet and bo a savior aud a proteotor of the dear pooplo against tho overreaching of tho great Jim Hill, who at the head of a foreign ayndlcato of English aud German capitalists Is planning to run tho Northorn Pacific. The whole sub ject la viewed with suspicion by the people. The rotten management of the Paoiflo railroads by auoh men as Ire, VJIllard, Huntington and others, the vast debt these roads owe the gov ernment, tho way they manip ulate congress and the admlulatra won, an snows mat nib people aro were playthings in tho bands of sharp h aud millionaire gamblers, who tho only provision for his family in caso of his death will any voter risk legislation which cuts off one-half of that slendor provision t Thoro nro 1,000,000 saving bauk depositors in tho United States, with doposlts aggro, gating 55,000,000,000. That was good money when they put it In. Aro they going (o risk legislation which will provont them drawing out moro than one-half? j"I thoro anythlug moro ilearly corroot than tho statement that a fluctuating money modlum Is th o thing most deslrod by tlio speculating class, tho inarkot manipulator, who kuow how to turn all cliaogo lu value to their own profit? "PefTer," as tho mouthpolco of populism, has latoly been talking on tho 'slavery to mot-Ham, not blmotnl Ibui or monometallsui, mind you, but racialism: aud ho has como out ludors mg a curroncy proposition which amount simply to tho old flat monoy proposition. This shows tho truo poal tion of the populists. With Germany indorsing a resolution for a mouotary conference, Ungland for blmetallsm, Frauco ready for a ronowal of tho Latin unlou, aud tho whole commorlcul world uearlug an agreement on the coinage ratio, tho populists talk. fUt currency. Thoy don't want want Bllvor after all. Thoy aro after Hat money. They, would say to a corn husk, Jlo thou ton dollaos.' " coiou stranku noslm clouum vrchnl no souuu a sice sdoluje, zo sudi A. M. Post a T. O. O. Harrison a komlsar John M. Iteaizau. uulecall sn turn n xvyiul rodlnaml vo zvlastulm paluco yom voze Unlou Pucltlo drahy. After Intelligently reviewing tho performance of tho Nebraska Judges, he very sensibly concludes as follows; Journal by so nomol tak rozcllovat; vsak mu to promljlme, vedouco, ze nonl zuamo, zo cleuovo nasoho vrch nlhn soudu nejsou sluhovo lldu, nybrz sluhove tech Jez Jo zvollll, totlz korpor acl. Wo must say the sontlmeuts of tho editor, Jan Itosloky, are moro patriotic and loyal than those of somo American editors who havo expressed thomselves. The Journal, Daily and Wkekly aro not sent any longer than thoy nro paid for. No bills aro run agalust sub Bcrlbers. Plcaso mako a note of that and renew promptly, Bkh our premium oflor of two splen did magazines for tho family. Tho trials of the yaohta Vigilant and Defender lu American waters will be of great lutoroat next week, as the fast est yacht Is to contest with tho British yaoht for tho world's championship, The English yachts wero all outsailed last year by tho Americans and they have sent their boat over early to try her In tho waters on this shore. A yacht raw Is as nearly perfeot sport as can be devised. The conditions of wind and water are never twice alike, and there is no limit to the time that U 11 I -.!-- - II sVisssm II II Bfy "IsMi fiv Xr Jouunal renders who renew cash subscriptions on the fol lowing terms can have thoir choice of two very desirnble mngajrinea free. "QUEEN OP FASHIONS" fVeo, by mail, ono year to any subscriber who pays for the Daily by carrier three months in advance, at this oflico.$1.50; or tho Weekly ono year nnd a half in ndvanco, $1.50. This givoa you the best lC-patro il lustrated fashion magazine of JNow xork tree lor ono yenr. The nboyo prices nre not cash, nnd tho cheapest combination over offered, Tho "Queen" is a high-class, practical, homo magazine. "THE CHILD-GARDEN." Upon tho same tonus you can obtain this doiicutiuJ Chi caco children's magazine. Just tho thing to read to the httlo ones ot the homo circle. It brings the kindergarten into tho home. Song, games and story. Beautifully illustrated, $1 a year. Published by the Ji-inclergarten Literature Co. Samples of these magazines will bo furnished freo by mail or can bo seen at this office. HO PER BROS., Publishers. Salem, Oregon. MINERAL SPRINGS Of the State ot Oregon. It's water is freo to all, and is located in tho loot hills or the Cascade mountains, at Sodaville, Linn Co., Or. Tho most accessible mineral springs in tho state at all sea sons of tho year, and tho best l ... n T winor, xms water is a curt for all diseases of tho stomach, liver and kidnoys, nnd cost you nothing. First-class hotel necommodatiens, E. G. Briggs. proprietor; mineral baths and tonsorial parlors, Geo. Bosquet, manager; general merchandise, Pv. W. Fisher, nronrietor: physician and surgeon, A. G. Prill. Remember this is the place for puro air, fine scenery, fishing and hunting, and to regulate your health by drink ing and bathing in tho best sodawator on tho Pacific coast. Daily hack lino meets all trains at Lebanon, Or,- -only 4 miles, a nico drive. Botthncr ot sodawator for shinmc it. Livery and feed stable, A. P. Flory & Sons, proprietors. 6-ia-u Steiner & Blosser, State Street, Salem. (mtr w.'A4odiok I'lealdout. J. 11. A.LHBRT, CiuMer.l l laniio! uti OF SALEM. Trannactfiagfrneral bauitlUK bUBlnesit. C. ft LANE 211 Merchant Tailor, Commercial St., Salem Union Pacific System Through Puiiniun l'nlace Hleoneni -rv.. ?rniryl "fining CjfflrUrTjSiJJ PORTLAND to CHICAGO ..9(!i!;iRbH.J,n,3c,ilr?l,ecu,t."l,y sttnm - . Tltno to UhlcAuo, 8)2 ilnys.1 Time to Now Ynrk. fu ,iL. peuto'.s.1'18 mft"y h0Ur'' ,u,cl,'0r Unti all com. Ion p1p,lyrto",8,UmeUlbIC'"ln11 m lnforrat"' BOISB & IMItKKit, Ageuti, Halem, Or. It. V. UAXTKlt, o. K. 11KOWV Ucnorul AruiI. I)lsU lw 13. 1!B Third .. Portland. tn" I 4 1. 1 iS.lMoNKlt.li, UECHVI.H. ions STANLEY. JIM MKAU ST.11VM.Y A MEAD, j STEAM WOOD SAW, illicit work, trfiw prlnoj L-civo oiders at t H. WeBUrotl'unliibio. Ouclcuf l'.O. 0 U tl J. . ii.utKnxs, -lORSli SHOEING hop nt ir) ht-ti.ekctM itrcut, ucar Corn i rtilal. huc-Iji Hlltiitluu In Inlerfarlneano I ,r4M Wt I .1... HMHl (.ml n o-Thb East OIVKS TMEfOHOK'i::OK TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL ItOOTES -VIA- Jinv WOLZ'S MARKET. Kicsb.lsaltcdarid nmoked iMcaU nna 8au cw. -HolrlKeratormwiuiu be-t shnpt itIaRn Ailcaoucst, oastorn Btyio. roe itlhory. Mouth Uommcrcliil Htreol. v' UJ1AS. WOUZ.l'rop. Huie Wing Sang Co. ;iMruiiTKiU3 JaiMuea.) Kaui y OoodH. ull kluds ol Rllk Km 1.1Jy,i,rn.',.",e!u'' l5ll"wiiro. Host T" uralkriid. Mattlngi. nud mako nulhlne if He' Undprwoar. Everything .olilnLjvori cheap. 11. Court nt., Blem, Or. GREATi NORTHERN RY. PA - to Rales to all Baslera Cilia - OcoaDlotfjinicrs'itiwo l'ortliind fvry;necj Kor lull.delnllBjcall on or nddnim" 1IOIHK & HAIliCKK. W. ii. UUHLUUItT, (ion. l'asa. Agent, l'ortland, Or G. Af. POWEHS, Local Ticket Agent Knot ot Trade nt. East and South I Kft KT WJ1 I? .-) W swHasssa 113 H7TT f ,t MIM ffliiLMfil lfl "I UNIVERSITY tl VIA- THE 3HASTA ROUTE o.'ithe Southern iPacificij Comoanv. OAUfOpJflAJBXPJlKW TRAIN-ltUN DAILY TWKKW !POIlTI.AWD AND a. irT c a Houth. ;.50 p. m. 11:00 p. m. lfttt a.ra. l'ortland Salem Ban Fran. north. i:10 u. u. (i.00 a. u. 7AX1 p. n SALEM, OREGON. Oldoiitlnitltullonof learning In the state. M1I preparatory nnd collfKlatQ courstd. Total enrollment for im 6. 401 .tudcnU. Kxpensw moderate. New nmnaiilum. Klfty-Beoond yenr beglni Bept. 17, ISO J. J "u rorinionnatlon or eatalorue addrei SALEM TILE WORKS. tftSS liAKOEl'iTOOK ON HAND.. WAwew W. O. HAWLKy, A. U, 1'resldent, IfJ,?i'i?v.l.yoV.rb?yK.lv h,ra thB t val. R ,? "'J!' f e oet educatloU ikmsI- ueiier place than hie. There is no Special Inducement offered. Bblpped'to al polut on abort notice. Hend for prlcos. Vardj, North Halem. Address J, K, MUIti'ilY, KalrOrounds. Ot can oo maue. it la mi n mimiLn c utruMgr wium tuey wani to, pm, 8k ,n nmog aU(, COU8lruotlou of ld irw wooi over we eyoa oi tue puojioivaeaAi . . . i t Miwiuiira tua great uewefapeni ana tlw "rellgl&iw" ureas of the country mm! evn tho pulplta will catob tbo Mfralu and ta!k about tbo baat way Uw rlgbta of tbu dear pooplo cad be protected, How? By taklug agivat mUkxial blgbway away from one gon tl robber and giving It to anotbei V i OilKAl'EST and best dally and weekly napor lu OreRou. The f 1 Wkekly and Onk Uknt Daily. PltChar'u, Castorlit. Children Cry for HEART DISEASE Fluttering. No Appetite, Could not Sleep, WIndm Stomach. Tor n leng: tlmo I had a tcrrlblo pain at my heart, which lluttered nl most Incessantly. I bad no appotlto and could not sloop. I would bo compelled to 6lt up In bed and belch gas from my stomach until I thought Hit ' "uiu uum oo my jasu 'Ihero was a fooling of oppression about rav heart, nnd T w.na nmi n draw a full breath. I could not sweep a room without resting. My husband Induced mo to try Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and am happy to say it has cured mo. I now Imvo a Bplendld appotlto and sloop well Its effect was truly mar velous." iXllS. nAKRY E. STAim, rottavllle. Pa, Dr. Mllea Heart OuroU sold ou a po&Ulro euarantoe that tho tint bottlo will TCenetlU All druEsUuaollUat.fi, a bottles tor (3. or VtV1.-3tVS- ,'-i ," i THE WOMAN WHOSE CLOTHES FIT .eeins to cet along In the world easier than any oilier woman. In the first nlace. she It mnn. nt f asi nt social functions. Mrs. J, L. Mitchell guarrante-s a perfect ami satisfactory fit of every Rarmcnt. Shop on hast Slate street next to Simpson's grocery store. ' " Complete line supplies and notion will b kcjii on nanu, Angel Above tralnn iinn ni i. i .... 55n?rSly' Woolburu. Italet TnrneiarlM. IN P.ullmar, tloant Touris' :to kso a, in. 11.00 a. m SO p. m. JlgMltllUttU maIi. haiuxT liV. l'Ortlmiri liv. Bolem Ar. Itoseburt; Ar. iM ji. u Lv. 2.UJ p. m Lv. 8.00 a. ii xSnl!1 i t,A1-l"'.,Ah8:woaii. -. .-. .. . .., Bnlom. 1.V North 10:15 n.m 8.00 a.m. Uoile P. Mr.ANOKL,On, .f.1100 eotnptew in every respsct. Splendid !, orl,t5M".1 excellent rueals, beautiful and hentthy loootlou. constant oare 'and strict ill.clpllue.andooaubut 120 n month. 8 81m DIuiug Cars on Ogdcu ICoutr PDLLMAN BDFFET SLEEPERS AND Second Class Sleeoin Cars- AttBhed to all through trains, , est Side Dmsioo, Between Forilmtp Dd 6r?allis: DAtLT fKXCirr 8PWDATV Sleepino- Cars Dinino Cars rislaeolno- Cars SI. PAUL' MINNEAPOLIS1 GRAND FORKS: CR00KST0N WINNIPEG! HELENA ana' V.9 RIITTF TUItOUn TICKETS T0 CHICAGO WASHINGTON'" PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK! BOSTON and all Points East end SouthI t!cerucrOwr'lteW0Carfl,'UUa,m THOMAS, WATT tC CO., n. . ?? Commercial st Jalein, (ii or A. D. OiiABimiN. Aast. GfiJ. Van Agent; 255 Morrison at., corner Third, Portland, Ore. TDB STATE NORMAL SCDOOL Write for catalogue. 1XJUI8 I1AH7.KK. i'retildent 8 7 2m SALEM WATER CO. Officei Willamette Hotel Bulldin. Kor water service apply at ottloo. B11U pay able monthly in advance, Make all com. plaints al the office. irrigation months-June, July, August and Beptemben hours-Ota 8 a.m.,6 toT p. m. irrigation bills pvbla on or before the 1st of July, atreet sprinkling positively forbidden F. M. Steele 185 COMMKU0IAL 8T. Mftnory and Bicycle Repair 7 :dU a. m. li-16 P. m. I Ar, i'oruaua worvallls oaa p. lu 1.-00 p. m i-fin.,,i!ny ana Oorvallls oonneot win tralnsof Oregon Central & Kastern ltollroad KXyB-aBTHAlN-tUAtLYKXCitlTBUNDAY - : p. in. ( t. ;i p. m. Ar. . fortland MoMlnnvllle Ar. l.v. 8:ttu.ni 6:60 a. m E. M. WA1TE HUNTING CO., BOOK AND JOB AND Legal Blank JPubllsJiers. Uush's New UrlokjOver the bank, Oom'l atreet THROUGH TICUUTK rvLir ss? ChUkMUr' Kmll.h lllun,l Hrana. ENNYROYAL PJLLS -CV Orlgll and Only Ori.u A TM VtJ e a ujJu.V Arc, kjvtj. rUrbi.. ubt.i'l. ".- wr b.c.MIM. fur . jrf -u MimJltHULA U (ca J t,Jj n, a Va7 Imim. tnifti wlih Ua rlM TuteVS no other. Jtifust JaH.ww. it V la .Lmpa lb? T4rtioul.r. i- "Itrllcr fop I.,llr." tnl i i r p lum .Alftll. Jlt.flUUTr-llmMDi-. ' - ' - IV?" innirri.ntk.K'ull u.ll.i. I. . i)rul.u. hi i .In., !' .Ktectrlca,1' jellmnd MedloalBattAr n .. fWnoaUUyuamosand iotorsullfant repaired. All work done In the bt manner! Altl'KT PAl'KlC-lAio lot of h(w brown J vrrapplng pjiper for 'e cheap. Just the unar for nutilnv nnr.AM..utd iv.n -. Ta BjUomoe.' ""-""" -"- " GEO. JPtitflHtlCII'S J 8M Commercial at. lOottle block, i I8ueMor toO.. Beck CoT'1 t2?,'am8 ol-rrTOapuUl Oregon Central Eastern R. R, Co, IYAQUINA BAY HOUTH. a ana xaqu HTKiuh'ii rtw.i.'..r.: A 1 and nrs . class In everV reiH, ' L . t Yaquinaforamn7u,t8ai1f HUT MARKET Beet t towtprlM lTosipt4llvery Uay Htcamshlp Ou. 1KALLON," rrre.nMt anit dayi. ..-. ,ui every 8 h?rutmSeA.p!i.e an Calltornla. --.. 'unvauey round trip, good w'dlyl, Jwf18' " cftbm For SHllIng days anpiy to ". 1. VALUEN. Agent Mwxn0MS A. J, CaUBOUlLL, Local Aet,tiem, A LADY'S TOILET Is not complete without nu ideal COMPLEXION V lPo-wnp3R 11 POZZONiS Combines every element of beauty and purity. It is beauti lyjng, soothing, healing, health ful i and harmless, and when rightly used is invisible. A most delicate and desirable protection to the face in this climate. wvrvrw.-vj Insist upon having th genuine". JT 18 FOB 8AIE EVMYWHEM.