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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 January 1892

Ml It ,3V- ARIZONA J OT3BNAL-5QNBR MAltTIX, Editor. WEDNESDAY.: JAN. G, 1891. ;STATKlIOOD AXD MOKMOXISM. A "Washington special to tho Chi cago TribunG says: "It is claimed that there are to bo two more stars added to tho American flag within a short time Arizona and Oklahoma. Tins is saiu to bo tno result oi a verbal understanding reached be tween tho loading Republicans and Democratic members of tho two Houses, who have been interesting themselvos m statehood matters sinco the present Congress convoned. Just before tho Democratic Sena tors held their caucus to agree upon minority representation on Sonato committees tho Utah and Now Mex ico boomors attempted to pack tho Senate Committee on Territories with men who would favor State hood for those two Territories. It was said tho matter was then men tioned to President Harrison and it was learned that ho would not favor it. Ho believed Utah had not long onousrh enjoyed freedom from po- lvsramy, while Now Mexico had not a sufficiently...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 January 1892

i 4 r i 1 Frox Wexesday's Daily. - Sforo snow to-day. Court will meet to-morrow. No mail from tho oast to-day. Lots of fine venison in market now. Hotels are all well filled with guests. Commence practicing now to wnto Therd was a nice raiu shower this oorning. The town is full of minors and itrangers. The mule forco at Whipple is be ing reiuforced. Mineral has boon struck in tho new city well. The Hook and Ladder Company meets to-night. The county hospital coutains twenty patients. Ladies' visiting cards neatly print ed at this office. Attend the New Year's ovo dance to-morrow night. Deputy Marshall Brown isiu Flag staff on business. Supervisors Howe and Moore were in session to-day. Everybody is looking forward to Tho snow blockade is still on m the Raton mouutaius. Snmlr Bain is Quite ill of old ago at the county hospiuu. n ,1 timn Mrtir in nav vour sub scription to tho Journal-Miner. W havo room for a few more an nouncements for city officers yet. Thno eitv couucilmon aro to bo ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 January 1892

'.sSfrie-TlM ii rrinri -- . . - --- in mi m r iii Tnmmr-mJiaWTMtfiirh .IMfryitryrtfl-i -mt - - Sr. MW-f r . WZ --jtgrT&&Zi?.K- 1 IMiPW "Hill HI it 1 I lul I I ' - I 1 ! IH I !! 'WM A , - c ' . ' : iL ' " ' r . - . I 111 III I II II m m I I I III I I II HI . L Poison in the Kitchen. No article entering so generally into the food of every household is so generally and villainously adultercd as bak ing powder. Thqsc adulterated powders arc shoved Upon the public with the greatest persistency. Throbbing advertisements in newspapers claiming this brand or that is absolutely pure, backed by analyses and cer tificates, and yet they are adulterated with ammonia or alum. It is to be hoped the law will take hold of these merciless manufacturers and punish thorn for destroying the stomachs of the unsuspecting consumer. Amid all this fraud :nd deceit Dr. Price's Cream Bak ing Powder stands almost alone battling for pure food and continues to furnish a pure cream cf tartar powder at almo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 13 January 1892

ARIZONA WEE KLY JOURNAL-MINER rOL.VII NO 41 CAIlI.OXA M IN Kit. Ktablllieil .March U, 1SOI.I A K 1 Y. t I N A .1 0 1 UNA I.. KktHlilUtu-i! 1X74. f 50XA JOllRNAL-MNER "trimni Jnurml-Mlner i lxiblisluxl iUyIatlmyof w?i Sunday. arm wuitir. m incini. uiu aat of Yavaiiai county. Fke Ariioua Publishing Company jr. c. 3IAKTIS, JlaiiacT. TERM& , per ywr. la drtoe ?1? J , ' delivered by carrier to city nuWritv I per week Ay. i-;r r-v 8y, mx mouth By, UiIW bjobuih (copy-. hhlvttrtirl&it Rt tnsde known u ndii-a- . thin uihN or i Ue iuiiowiuk r'' ".T- . t,. .t - it-. IVilmno Huildiiw. Near lurk. F-r Alloy. San Franc!. jw tha p)w in kri un file. j 'Secret Societies. PPPQnnTT APT7AXTA lUnnXTiinrv a -ar a J' - : - -w.t AvxWX tr lUUVi UjOSJJx X , JAiN UAJtx If. IBI)2 " ' - n 1 I II . 1 I 111 M 1 71 I i i i i m . - J. V f 11.1V I N'.1IUl.t 25 4 ft) 2 a) 10 TVANHOK tXIMMANUEUV .No. 3. 1 KVimtTSTRMl'LAK. Statwtcon- claTo firt Friday of each month, rilgriui , RsioHT. Kecurder. . vrt.tu tiHWJH N...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 13 January 1892

ARIZONA ,1 OUgNAIrMlNEtt .1. C. MAKTIX. KHtor. WEDNESDAY. ..JAN. 13, 1891 KIHTOKIAI. NOTKS. Matta's object iouablo roply to President Harrison's message has boon withdrawn by tho Chilean gov ernment. Democrats in congress have given tho president assurances of support to tho administration in casq of war with Chile. A Berlin doctor is said to havo liuvmuwl tho bacillus of la grippe. Ho should lose no time iu putting ing, but loss of life through criminal Dr. Graves has been denied a now trial and -sentenced to death at Den ver. A gentleman prominently nected with tho Southorn Pacific railroad, is reported to havo stated in Galveston that tho gouoral offices of that company would bo removed from Now Orleans to Houston, Texas. A Now York pilot has been sout to tho pouitontiary for fivo years for criminal negligonco in running down ayacht last summor and kliling two mou. It may seem hard to sond a man to imprisonment where his in toution to commit crimo was lack- an end to tho pesky th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 13 January 1892

5 . . (4 1 81. T , io-night 1U i'jjojj Wednesday's Dailt. rifv council moots cial session. EBorn.tolho wifo of J. S. Jones comber 31sU a son. IMr. and Mrs. J. . Michael s little was buried this aitenioou. .. , i-i i. N. Kelly lias soma raucii. ltli of Prescott to J. fc. Athin, ior Fjiom Thursday's Daily. Dancing school tb-night at tho City Hall. filed his stock F. W. Sheridan has brand for record. Our suggestion for an electric ap paratus to ring the firo bell is still in order. Tnlrfmsof county warrants are ected to road the redemption no- in this issuO. Icmorial cards of the late M. F "ins have been received by inem- of tho K. of P. lodge in Pres- t. henix papers continue to boast Salt River valley oranges. As ples of them have never boon ho subject. ;"ineor Noil Evans was killed two tram men seriously injured lift wreck of a freight traiu last flay at Querino Canyon, near Al-lerque. M. Sauford has thirty acres ted to green peas, watermelons, bages aud cauliflowers on Ins h near Y...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 13 January 1892

- zTT . - , : r j 7- VrrFsSCK T k OnfTf I Arizona Cattle Ck! - 111 v ' ' I . m. r--i t -1 ti A T'm II 1 I HI I IV I nr 1 1 Ll I I II I , &9Z?J I J I J I f I ' M, I A I J IJJ 1 . f.A.k.A. II 1 F 111 I fill I K if n.nfi-PiftFnr.ifiiVM.iri. : 1 jifii4Vu" 1 1 1- Ml. IiLi - I IE" One Pure Baking Powder. like Telling a A story is told ami it is a tmc story that over sevonty per cent, of all the baking powders sold contain cither alum or ammonia, and many of these powders contain both. The ill effects upon the system c f food ir.isod by alum or ammo nia powders arc the :r.QrsRlr.n2:erc'jq.bccausc cf their insidious character. It would bs lss dar.scrous for the people were it fatal at once, for then such food would be avoided, but their baneful action because imperceptible at first and slow in its advances, is no less certain. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdor is declared by all authorities as free from alum, ammonia or any other adul vterant. Its purity has never been questioned. and whi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 13 January 1892

AllIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER SUPPLEMENT JIM SAM'S ,ESTAURAjStT ! lni'rivi E onlv first-class restaurant iu Jerome, Murvcdatnll hours; sh Fish, 0Tsters and Game n.,,1 BvervthiuK the mnrkbt af- j. l iihvo aiau uijcu . 1 .1 I. J nnnn t- i i ii mil i limine. I ijl V AW I . J .. i i. ivinAii ti i it ii lani! iriv naui v. ..... i.j nMiirMi hereafter or ninn. 1 III-,- - li) iIMuiuc vtiu , , . .........i.... .ir. tsn. dial IIirLllIIlt' uuiitw- u - . . - EADQUAKTJfiKiN -FOH CALL AT- i-k a -r- -r .- iT TT ? o If 511 ifvnil WHllt to buv Cheai) . as.oo ami tin I Pll ! 1UUU ,1 .... ... I..... ttl.?R mil tin Jb G. PARKER, Contractor and Ilulldw. Pmcott, A. T. w id A IT A HI . VI. UXlilllillU, ! . .i tr . 1 n I- - ? .. 1. . . announce 10 uis nuiui-ruuo iuuui ? tuiw nn r.and a tail UW ui in Mini ii in iiii iv Minnie : lilt ivll VI iuvvi rwviM AND SUITINGS, W " - - ' 1 .1 t 1 .w. .-v an t (hA llUlt Ml 1 1 1 f kt I (pfAn iuspection of his samples iMllTrmvMiPtt vni that, tliov are. of tho J. W. G HA ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 13 January 1892

M SILENCE REIGNED SUPREME. High Wind Sytnpotlnm In AVhlch tk Tint Story TUer Mart No CbAMt. "I gti&s 'wo will havo a storm to night," observed Hornaday, coming Into the cabin on tho mountain side and glancing casually out of tlio open door at tho clouds rapidly rolling up In the northwest. "Wouldn't be s'prizcd a bit If we did, podncr," commented tho host. "We sometimes has right peart storms up hyar." "Wind, I suppo?r asked CallleoU. "Yas, pooty muchly wind. An when It do blow It passes tho bill right over tho president's veto, podner, you bet" "Blows pretty hard in Arizona," said Hornaday, feeling called upon loj a specimen. ' "I've seen tho thinnest sort of sago brush twigs driven three feet deep into granite bowlders by the sheer forco of tho wind." "Yes, they say the breeze Is pretty fresh In Arizona," commented Calli cott, "but, land o' Goshen, it can't touch the northwest. Why, I'vo aeon every drop of water blown clear out of a river bed for miles at a time and run ning a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 January 1892

v. - :r-- - i ARIZONA WEEKLY RNAL JOU MINER. VOTi.VII NO 42 (Alii ZONA J AUIZONA JUZONA JOUKNAL-mTER POWEU PKISTIXG HOUSE. ;U ..l..w! Afr 11 IVili J ----- the Arizona riiimsuwg- vuhi.uuj. j. O. MAKTIX. fflipir. TERMS; U1J-, dOiUCTW ui . Cr. ii?r 23 4 IX) 2 SO 1 25 10 tkly, i uwnth. ckly. tUtvo month Li?kcoar " 1 Bhcro Uio paper is kinottlile. Secret Societies. . viiiti. 1 m 1 u M A N 1) Kit Y No. 2, fc I ' viiisM-iviVMlMAlL Stated con led con- cLtv tirt r'riiUy of each uiontlu I H DuiOHT, ltPcorJtT. ' vn.V IJ1DQE. No. 1. F. Jt A. M. i IkvuUr BiewUflgs o mis iwai u. 11 m n imthe Lk&tSaturdav of tMiob month. Sokurnin Uvtltreu an hte"tt,JU &E.BU1QBT.W.M. j lN.KKEDElUCKS.SwwUrj; KTCrKS i I " Sttsl comauttatcjitioa-4 Uie nrst v:n.,ciir.niiinirnliall- iuvitOtl I n.L .ji.nBiu.u.i. I mi. KhcnrtiiCKS. SocreUo- tmioiil;; Oomuuttt'e-'lt. H. fcTTMorriH Goldwater! outacKS. NwretiTj". l Fredericks, A. G. -. 1 O. O. F. ARIZONA. LOUU K Nu. 1. i 1 to.ru Ur tuyeUrw of tins lodge kS1 wiLxi-ki'...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 January 1892

- rrT.r . tutuv ATITOM AK LflUiN A v unau-i "TTmautix. Kditor. od rPTvv.RDAY JAN. 20, 3391 KDITOIUAI. 5JOTES. Mark Smith has indroducod a bill to admit Arizona as a Stato. - rA said to have a txarza a recruiting office in Albuquerque. rrnitinsr office has boon opon- f cnn -niocrn for the enlistmout of veterans who want to fight Chile. Philndoluhia, Pennsylvania, have a I 1 l f I I 1 4 1 L " instructed for IHUUIV uovi,uvw Blaine. Ponincr in ln olectoa s J.. U3 w tho house. Roger Q. Mills nounced himself as a caudidato tho senate from Texas. - Ti.n Zniannn TCaws nredicts that ihn winters in our zone will uni frmlr Vwnmo milder for tho next 900 years. This is encouraging. An agent of the Mexican govorn TTinnt roDorts that Garza is hiding xrhU the airent of tho associated press reports him raising Old Nick generally. Eggnogg is given to horsesin San Francisco for tho treatment oi i no grip. A pint of whisky, a half- dozen opxts and nint of milk is con- -od sidored a dose. Tho Portland, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 January 1892

W kVESDAT S XAIM. se. aro still in l0 WlIEKLT JODKN-AL-MlXES IS ished to-day. aUford Hathaway took a four- al load of legal aoimj i b-daj. k and Sirs. W. M. Claypool aro Uncover their first born, a son, January 12. c--r-nld ffirl of tho iS family died yesterday, mak- ur doaths in tho lamny wiimu k. onterprisiug firm of M. Gold- & Bro. havo a new iiiusiraieu Imontin this issue. Road act ou its suggestions. cold wave, which seemed to cucoto pass ou iasi ha back track aim mauo i ce felt during muiauwp" night- uDukohas filed his petition probato court for letters of istration on tho estate of tho . Davidson. Hearing will ba uuary 23. county clock last night bo mbitious to tick off tho wui- niha ranidlvas possiuie inn out twelve minutes ahead nomoter tnno this morning. 1 T - itid n liii au namou uuubs v Pmther wero brougnt m .Jpreseott Juuction yestertlay BHsfcntl L.owryanu xcpuj nj CO and 30 days' term rMivelv in tho county jail, for i- In wn v. Thev were caught m Ulof purloining go...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 January 1892

f'!S srSTj8 'ScSwSM A Pure Cream Tartar Powder KOYAX Contains Ammonia. TAYLOR'S ONE SrOOX. Contains Alum sad Ammonia. A New letiirturi In Grave Decoration. "Ho who decorates the trravoa of tho dead is always good to tho Hviug." A beautiful exemplification of the abovo old maxim cau bo found in the person of Mr. W. E. Pedloy, whoso Idndness of heart towards tho living U proverbial. lie has inaugurated a now departure here, in tho matter of decorating graves, having just had erected around the little grave of hiti only child, a beautiful Venetian fence, tho first of its kind to bo found in any of tho cemeteries here. It is made from tho beautiful gray gaud stono found in tho ouarrv trnf r.f town, and was built by that master mechanic Hugh Bums, who cut tho stone and superintended aud assisted in the masonry work of tho f omnia turn of the now C.Uholic church. j. no lenco is or solid masonry with a foundation iu tho ground two feet in depth. Tho atonois droved or tooled out, being of a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 January 1892

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL:MINER SUPPLEMENT QUEER TELEGRAPH MESSAGES. Tbo rtfcetlo and tin Rldlcaloas la Oia Operator' japinniw. TVnhafclv it 1s the sense of the incon- graous that takes effect, but It Is cer tain thai death messages arts moro often ridiculous than any others. Surely it was a dutiful and sympathetio child who -wired, "Mamma kicked yesterday; will try to make burial Monday," and the number of people who do not hesi tate to make funeral arrangements -while the prospective corpse is still alivo k simply astounding. "We are all well but Sam, and ho died yesterday," was probably indicative only of the sender's desire to break the news gently not of any fears for "Sam's" future happiness. And it is scarcely to be supposed that any ghostly visitation induced the com munication, "Your mother is dead and -wans you to come home." "Just eend five to help me; am starv ing by telegraph," was the cry of one impecunious soul, and the wonder has fn tho flTurfc method of UCCU OAAW " ' t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 January 1892

Brass ! 1 Bad Baa foaag HANDLING NITROGLYCERIN. a Old Oil Wall Bhoatar Talks af of HL Xunw -nil n The most thrillin call I ew 'jT county .lUld new.H I wla m wra utjM eariy mater Omy. now had fallen juM.jaoosfh.to the rough road Icy in places, and around a share deacon rfn - i't'J on Vognio slew. ,11 A w narrow, and on tower aMe was "a staen K-nW T driving quite briskly, and as I roaaded ino torn i felt the wheels slide toward the bank.. I.reakaed the iW a mT hair rose. I had 120 quarts of nitroglycerin on tfea wagon, and daw the bank was fnlM frW 4-1 the hind wheels going, aad iaatoaaaat Boment before the whole Mg apaet I - iawgioed ail sorts of thing. I Wo rolled together, wagon, box and yours truly landing at the ioot of the f, jT Mthe u aad loaded it bri again and drove ob. The delay, together with mora carets! driving, caused night to overtake ass, sod just as the 'first shades fall I esr .i oavnlavad Mm asaa sort of place again! I wont around slowly! ThenuwhS began to slip agai...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 January 1892

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY," JANUARY 27, 1802. 01. V 1 I iW ) AUI.ON .QliltXAL. Kwtnhltftlie.I 1ST I. MOZONA JOURNAL-MINER power ritiyriKu huiisk. loArUona JouWII b publish.! evry WST.irvkfy J rnnl-.M J,. lltO tft roomy w u -Uv the Arizona Publishing Comn: inny. J. U. .!!... - TEltMS. rv.il.. w,-rMr.ilIUVaUCO.... ?10 (X) l4llli ........... w. I" wk - Weekly, Uuva HJonliu i u 4 M '2 .VI i tr. Singlecopr 10 f yd vert isi nir iuuh ucm - tion to tills oinoe or at U followuii: iitiu i'imor Alley, fritvuuo Jluihliu-, iW 1 lim .'ork. fislior, MefrfiAut' Jixcuaas", I- ran C Whoro Un iU'W fa-pi on file. Secret Societies. TJ "l VAN HOB" WMM ASUKltY No. a. 131 eWro lirstFrUaVofcarfiinontlu Pilgrim 8. 11 ltmotrr. ltecorJc-r. . 4ZTLAN LODUl, N.u 1. K A A. M. Masonic Hall. 8 p. in. on tho Ust Satanby . IT--.. i. y.Uuirmiur brethren aro fraternally taTitol to aU mlQn M K. N. VKEDKUICKS. rMary. VrMofickS f, K. Hher. ; liiuascurnrciiMTBa, U. A. M. N. Hatnruays..t oach m...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 January 1892

I : ; i ... i . ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER J. C. SIAliTIN". KilUor. WEDNESDAY ..JAN.27, 3S91 Hi EDlTOKIAt. 'OTES. Secretary Blaino is sick again. Chilo has demanded tho recall of Miuister Egan. Senator Qua- has boon victorious . in his libel suit. jTowspaper reports givo a war-like 'aspoct to Chilean news. "V - The indications are farorablo for . ; .ft prosperous year for 1892. Phonix has invited tho interna tional press club to visit that city. Freddy Gebhard will tako tho bi chloride of gold euro for drunkon- - MOSS. Louisiana republicans have on ; . dorsed President Harrison's admin " istration. Tho estate left by tho late Senator - Plumb is variously estiniatod at , X om 500,000 to S2,000,000. Tho telegraph says that Garza has . Iwwn located and it is thoucht that ho will soon bo captured. Garza's friends say that tho in cipient revolution has not yet ended, as General Stanly reports. Tho Star and Enterprise have f . locked horns already since tho re moval of tho latter paper to Tucs...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 January 1892

From Wednesday's D.uLr, . - ; Weather continues cold. Buy a ticket for tho concert Attend tho concort on Friday even ing. Work is progressing fiuoly on tho Episcopal church. Revival services to-night at the Congregational church. Not a single Horn was obtained from tho court houso to-day. Violinist Ferguson gave a per formance at Whipplo lasfc, evening. A man attempted to commit sui cide recoutly at the county hospital. Friday evening's concert will bo given by homo talent and should bo patronized. Box shoot now opon for tho W-elc-off Club concert, to bo given on Friday evening. Coconino county has collected $13,150.30 iu Uses and there are $1G, 703 delinquent. Editor Hughes, of Tucson, came out winner in the $50,000 libel suit filed against him. Brother Jones, of tho Fla staff Democrat, says that "tho JotmxAir "MWer is a irood newspaper and out side of politics is right, except in a few instances." Wo are all right politically, Brother. Treasurer Oliver knocked a 3,000 slice off th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 January 1892

A Perfect Baking Powder. The constantly growing demand for Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, the standard cream tartar powder for"forty years, is due to two causes. FIRST: The extreme care exercised by the manu- facturcrs to make it perfectly pure, uniform in quality, and of highest raising power. SECOND: The recent investigations exposing the fact that certain other brands of baking powder contain ammonia and still others that were found to contain alum. These unscrupulous manufacturers arc being found out, ant the consumers arc giving them a wide birth. Nothing is left to chance in the manufacture of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Chemists arc employed to test every ingredient as to purity and strength. Hence; its marvelous purity and uniformity. Each can is like every other. It never dissapotnts. BEST is ALWAYS the CHEAPEST. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia, Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact, the purity of this ideal powde...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 January 1892

A HELPING HAND. kdplacluufl wo nil may Hpleatwurdtoaar. AW& Bd each day we lit, To fed? aaotner on the way. which the froltfl of Roodnws grow, Aidto the right mar KnU y lead Tt Terrlac from tho pAtb of woe. x feftotx had 10 " raakind; , Asaongtke rich, tho rr and low. toWpfUfo can find Aii act of kindness to bos tow. a Wtakur hand we all may need, TOTdarkeet sorrows leavo their trace, taie oae to comfort and to lead, Tegivo as Btreeeta and dlrlno grace. A feeding hand where o'er we 50, . gagjiiae star Impart, Aaabat a deed of todneas show AaeMeaBdaseBeroaa heart. A Vaialachaadta ever near, UrZvLx wra Ills trenUod tH TOaiLaUtae world wets, cell aad drear. r2teMTfailiBKtee' . , "JSke D. AboUlaQoodllKUckwpUc. Arette Water Are TUw. Antfe explorers never tiro of tolling fcow beautifully yellow the -waters of the aor&cm sea appear. To those who 'five on the seashore in temperate find tropfeal countries tho stories of tarelert oonceming tlie yellow waters of OfMBkod and Iceland are...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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