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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 23 March 1892

J. C. St ART FN. Ifclltor unit Prop'!-. TJJDXESDAY...MAKCH 28, 1SU2. ton- 16 R 15 ur.i.t; v.v TttituiTot:i.i. ' VKXTION. ItOOMS or TM 'I'KHKrrOKIAIi ItHPUBUCAN' CxSTCAI. CnM-MlTTKn. A oonreatkm of ib liepuMknn partv of Aruuna will he luhl tlwi city of I'lwuix, - m 'llMirwLtT. th 7th day of April, 1W, for tt jwrvow- soIcouur two tiologttht nnd iwaltt-riuit. th National lteivtibliotui Convention. u ! hW at MhmoHpolta on Ute 7lh il v of J sue. 1HS. 'Vhn btuM of rvnrt'mtUthm will l one doiqgat from ciHtnty. mim! on dtrto m fur t-.icu fifty votes, atul om for each Fmctkw of fifty over twonty-tivo votw cast for Qeo. W. Oheyuey ftr iVltvat to con rtwes at the Xo-romber elation m 1S1HJ. 'IV ntrramtation of the wend counties will, UhmwAm. be aa follows; Aloe oostnty ; $ CtKwniNo 7 Gooktea M. ij (iraltam ................... $ Ila 7 ilolmvo... PJlMM Phml 7 YnvNpM IS Yuma 4 Total nuiRbar of dolugatos lft Tlia olcclion of doluuaies from llu states ami territories, to sit in tho National Con voli...

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. — 23 March 1892

fyi i I Id It i --jiPowder: Fnoji Pridav's Daily. Do not fail to hoar J micro A, I, Morrison's address on Saturday ovoninjr. Miss Williams and tho minils o nor school enjoyed a liali-holidnv tins afternoou. i Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard From Wednesday's Daily. A slight rain today. Attend the leeture to-night. Kead"cstray notice" in this issue. Buy a ticket for St. Patrick's ball. Freo lecture to-night at tho Con gregational church. Tho Weekly Jourkal-Miner was Issued from this ollice to-day. Read the program of musical and literary exercises for the St. Patrick's Day entertainment to bo toiuul in this issue. A. W. Edwards got mixed up with Gusliodeuburgs big dog this morn iii" and came out with rather the worst of it. A deed has been filed for roeord from D. M. 3fartin to Miranda Moore for lots 9 and 11 block 2, East Pros cot t, for $550. E. C Tavno is moving to Granite Dells rauch. preparatory to fanning the place ami ruuuinga dairy during the summer. Col. A. O....

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. — 23 March 1892

aa . . . -r : i 1 ; zr: - How Some 31 en JIiulc Money. Petor Cooper luul n hard tirao of it potting an education. Ho vms born in lev York 100 yonrs ngo, and at tlie ngo of seventeen was apprenticed to a shoemaker. Ho tried his hand at sev eral trades, and got together a com fortable fortuno of about $0,000,000 through unremitting toil, conscien tious devotion to duty and economical habits. August lelmotit came to J5ew York poor, and lived to bo worth some mil lions. Prudence, acutuness and sagac- Ity were- the instruments by which his wealth was accumulated. His success ful career is an illustration of the. fact that tlus eonutry affords a flno oppor tunity for the intelligence, thrift and industry not only of native Americans but of the republic's adopted citizens. Austin Corbin began in moderate, circumstances. Ho took up the study of the law, but soon forsook that field for tho financial world. Ho is a man of strict probity, energetic and genial. Ho has piled up his millions by c...

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. — 23 March 1892

THE ARIZONA JOUBNAL-MINER SUPPLEMENT A GrooU Professor. According to Professor Sophocles, lato of Harvard university, littlo things wcro kept small and groat tilings large. What was tho truo reading in a passage of Aristophanes, what tho usage of a certain word in Byzantine Greek these wore mat ters on which a man might well re flect and labor, but of what conso quenco was it if tiio breakfast was Blight or tho coat worn? A single room, in which n light was seldom seen, sufficed him during his forty years of life in tho collego yard. It was totally baro of com forts. It contained no carpet, no stuffed furniture, no bookcaso. Tho collego library furnished tho vol umes ho was at any time using, and these lay along tho floor, besido his dictionary, his shoes and tho box that contained tho sick chicken. A singlo bare table held tho book ho had just laid down, together with a Greek uowspaper, a silver watch, a cravat, a paper package or two and some scraps of bread. His simplo meals were...

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. — 23 March 1892

. - TixTT:rrTT?.T?STTPPTJ"R'NTETsrT - HILL'S lardware Store UAS IN STOCK A FULL LINE OP Wagon Covers, Tents, Fire Arms, AMMUNITION", PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, Lamps, Crockery and Glassware. MMng and Assay Supplies AGENCY FOR SAFETY jSHTKO POWDER AOOR.N Stoves and Ranges, AERMOTOR F"Mr. ,T. E. STERTON, an Eastern mechanic of exporionen, is in chargo of the Tin Shop. Tho best 6f workmanship on Pipo Work and General Job Work, at tho lowest prices is guaranteed. STICK A -1 GOOD AETICLI CALL ON US. We have only the Highest Class of Goods and are Prepared to Give You the Lowest Possible Prices. THOMAS HUMPHREYS l-it.l'Un Tlae "Tragic" Market! Wholesale and ltotail Dealer lin IFx-esla and Salt jVIeats. " . Sa-usages o:l Ail 3kincls. CHOICE COUNEI) 1IKICF AND l'OKK A Sl'KClALTY. Meats deUvcred to all partsof VMl and Fort ljnnn-nREYS. ARIZONA REAL ESTATE Loan ana iiivesuufnu xxxcu.. We Have Choice Town awl linnroved and -INFORSrxVTlON REGARDING ARIZONA, PARTICULARLY: NORTHERN ARIZONA, AND l'liiss...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 23 March 1892

B. II. BCKXIHTXX THE Prescott LuDiber Co. -AT THEIK- SAW MILL AND YARD, east side or the plaza, next to the store of Gold water's, b&TO the largest asaort eatof Lumber ! We are prepared at the shortest notice to fill all orders promptly. Flour, Grain and Bran PTTaken in exchange for Lumber at .A.t Market Rates PRESCOTT LUMBER CO. JEEOKE ST Thefandreigned haviiur parchased thertageCline formerly owned D7 ShuU & Austin, will hereafter Hun Daily Stages!! Except Sundays Between Prescott aiidJerome 'LeavelYcecott at 8 a. m4i rriro at 5 p. in. SUMMERS & EEIFEL, - Propk's. MERUIT!' & BRUCE. Aoiarra. Pwecott. D. W. PRECCHETT, UEDEBTAKER XX0 SE1I.EB IN " Household GoodsTools, Etc Bought, Sold or Exchanged. CAEPETS Sold by Sample. South Side Plaza PIIKSCOTT, AKIZOXA. Private Hospital. GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 'Patients can havo tho privi lege of selecting their own physicians Only Experienced Nurses Employed. Located on Willi street between Gardner's etoro and the New Catholic ...

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. — 6 April 1892

8 ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER D: Al rOL . XX VIII NO 52 (AllIZONA M1NKK, KtaMIhol March 0. 180.) )AmZONAJOUKNAL, KiitahlUhed 1871. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, IS92. PRICE, TEN CENTS. ....... f -Old! -map,, iear( U5IO.VJ pa: a - Ift KA.V eCk T i I: R1Z0NA J01TRNAL-3HNER POWER PKLNTISG HOUSB " i...-.itiial-Mlner is puulialioJ L?J,T...r i VWUr. t lWott, the EWtytttonavapM county. . TEHM& Mly, jrjr. uitutvwK ciu w !."Vrrier to city subttcrib- IT. Vt HW- . rs. ................. 4 OU 2 no ttkiy, luiuiii"-"" k'twklr, timxj months... 1 25 10 iimriecop, ...... York. I i MUi v j ' . . , h. IV Kher. Merchant fJtcwuwc, lYaa- Wrier Uw ni J kfl'1 011 filp- Secret Societies. TVAXIIOK COMMA JiDKHY No. 2, I I ; c I f! ItTS TKMl'LAH. 8ttel con- olawfirs-tKriiUyot eachmoutlu Pilgrim , K. BRJOtlT, Kwnif r. i im.iv txHMJK. No. 1. V. A A. M. , A lWnlar merlinjr of this IhxIko at Maonie Hall. S . m. oa the last Saturday 'ufwli month. SojonrmnK hrethreu are trrnalb invitvJ to attend. CV. 1....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 April 1892

J fe it' te ARIZONA JOUltNAMIINER .1. .MAKTIX, Ktlltor mid I'mji'r. WEDNESDAY APRIL G, 1392. KlMTtUtlAl. XOTKS. Tho busy ball season has opened. An ura of low prieus semiis to bo sotting In. Democrats do not like tho war ia which Ohio has Imhmi redialrieiad. Kontul; ropubliwnis have lect od a Harrison iluhyrrtion to tli Minneapolis conruution. Uavid R. Hill pewits to haro strengthened U rover's boom by his southern tour. David went .there to knock it out. Congressman lTolmau t hinks ho is tin "some good Western man" tho democrats arc looking for. We ob ject. Leavenworth Times. Cleveland and Hill are rendering such service to the republican eauso that it is possible they may yot de mand of that party to be its nomi nees. Thomas Hughes, of tho Albu querque Citizen, and Joseph Dixon, of the Democrat of tho same place, are in the throes of n municipal campaign. Tho rumor that A. C. R. has bwu offered a professorship in an eastern college to Rive instruction iu oliti oal economy is proba...

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 April 1892

I1 VTIW II I 1 i I II III' ml II! HI Ml I HI li ' H 111! MMWil i i J! 1 if P. A El WHY Royal Baking Powder is Best. pure3 The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely for I have so found it in many tests made botli for 0 that company and the United States Government. "I will go still further and state that because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, upon the Royal Baking Powder is undoubt edly the Purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. HENRY A. MOTT, Pir. D.w LaU United States Government Chemist, . Prox Wednesdays Daily. Windy weather again. Ifoad Lost notice in this issue. Jerome is to havo another stage Hue. Republican League club meets to- uilit. P. 31. 3furphy has moved iuto his new olhee. Attend the Republican Loaguo emu meeting to-mght. The board of supervisors will mee in regular quarterly session next ; Monday. A...

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 April 1892

PRICES rrp,ar.i Baking UJGiiPowder Used in Millions of Homes Opening Service. There were large audiences at tlio opening services of tho Episcopal church yesterday. Tho church is a avory handsomo structure ancUs an ornament, to the town. It is of Gothic architecture and the interior is finished in wood. Tho seats are old style, very massivo and of solid oak and are very comfortable. Tho furniture of tholchancel is especially good. The church has a seating ca pacity of 150, while on oxtra occa sions" it can bo increased to fifty more. The building reflects credit on thoso having its construction tn G. charge, and particularly ou F. Parker, tho architect and builder. Bishop Kendrick preached both morning and evening yosterdav-, his discourses on both occasions being very ablo and eloquent. At tho closo of the regular morning services Rev. Alfred lliff was ordained a doacon of tho church and at tho overling services Bishop Kendrick confirmed a class of nine and received thorn into tho ...

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 April 1892

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VOL . XXVIII NO 53 Kuivnvl ?J-l.?JK? '"'" Mrc'' 1804. ) iAUIl)NA,I(lHtNAI., KutablUlird 1874. 'J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1892. PRICE, TEN CENTS xVRlZONA .TOUMAL-m'EK, POWER PltlNTlXG 110USK. The ArUonn .louriial-.Mliior u published every uay in uie year cipcih ouuuay. The Arlsonn Weekly lournnl-Mlm-r pubhshed every lnelay. at rrecott, Uie rmntysito iavaai county. J. O. MAKT1N, Editor ami Proprietor TK11MS: Daily, per year, in advance $10 og Daily, per mouth . . i ft) Daily, deliverer Dy wrier to city tubcriu- ers, per weeK 25 Weekly, ior jw () Weekly, x mouth 2 SO meetly, tnreo monuia 1 25 buwo copy 10 CSrAdvortiwns Hates made known on applica ion to this oSice or at the following agencies; titui Palmer X Key, Tribune Huildiut:, Kew York. 1'almer A lley. ban franewco. L. 1. Fisher. Merchant's lxchan, cibco. Where the Mcr is kvpt on file. Fran Secret Societies. TVAXHOK COMMANDERY No. 2, ted con- X KXIG UTS TKMI'LaIL Statlmn. dare first Fr...

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 April 1892

ARIZONA JOUKXAL-MNER .1. C. MAKTIX, K4ltor unit l'rop'r. WEDNESDAY APRIL 13.1S92. l'lTUY. i'OlNTKH A I'KKTINKNT Words, words, moauingless words Senator Hill's southern speeches. Forty dollars is tho market price, in Buffalo, Now York, for IS yoar old Italian wives. Senator Hill's attempt to boss tho democrats of tho houso was not a glittering success. Tho raising of a 5100,000 fund to boused in killing Hill is entirely unnecessary. Ho has suicided, po litically, gratis. Rusk and Reed, or Tom and Jorry, as tho ticket should bo popularly known, is a suggestion that comes from Washington. Dan Sickles was hardly tho man to tell tho Southern domocratswho thoy should nomiuato for president. Ho knows that himself, now. Tho boss political fako is that al leged combino between the demo crats and tho third party to throw tho election of president into tho house. I Tho ono democrat who has como out ahead during the present session of cougress is Mills, of Toxas, who has captured a senatorship....

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 April 1892

Royal Baking Powder Has no Equal. The Royal Baking Powder will make sweeter, lighter, finer-flavored and more wholesome bread, biscuit, and cake than any other leavening agent. It is of higher strength, and therefore goes further in work and is more economical. All government and scientific tests go to show this. Royal Baking Powder as a leavening agent is absolutely without an equal. Rush. Medical College, Chicago. As the result of my tests I find the Royal Baking Powder superior to all the others in every respect. It is entirely free from all adulteration and unwholesome impurity, and in baking it gives off a greater volume of leav ening gas than any other .powder. It is there fore not only the purest, hut also the strongest powder with which I am acquainted. Wjllter S. Haines, M. D., Prof, of Chemistry, Hush. Medical College, Consulting Chemist, Chicago Board of Health, etc Chicago College of Pharmacy. The Royal Baking Powder, which tests the highest in strength, is free from lim...

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 April 1892

f I ft 1 Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard LOCAL BUSINESS MENTION. Some Interesting1 Items For. Al Classes of Headers. Railroad Tickets Bought and Sold at Aitkon's. tf Call for Bluo Ribbon cigars at the Montezuma Saloon. tf A Circulating Library at Ford's. Tho latest Novels. tf Call for tho PAT cigar at tho Montezuma Saloon. tf Seasonable articles at tho Moun tain City Drug Store. tf Now Bakery restaurant and bakery has moved to tho Sorunar House, tf For a good cigar go to tho Gem Cigar store, in the Montezuma 0011 building. j'2tf "Star-go," "Orange Blossom," and Mercantile Cigars can bo bought only at Aitken's Cigar Store. tf Imported cigars 12 cents each, at the Ke3'stono Saloon. Charles Rice, proprietor. tf Fino Imported Cigars just receiv ed at Ford's. Theso cigars are ex cellent. tf Lomp's Extra palo lager boor on draught at tho Montezuma Saloon, 5 cents per glass. tf Try one of tho "Champion" Ci gars at Aitken's. A now brand and a daisy. tf Fresh Candies received...

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 April 1892

ti THE ARIZONA JOXJItNAIytiyEll7--SUPPLEMENT J. L. HflM ill ! Assay Office CorjieivJeContezuma and Goodwin PEESCOTT, ARIZONA- BARGAIN BAY EVEBY DAY. "(firitiii ill l V Vt JS-y CAS - .Vs.' NOVELTY.. inn- 1 " V KHT.UtMKIIKn JS?H. E. STAHL, Assayer and MoUllHririful Chemist Ayit Every KW cf ORE 4 H1M Mfttrlmowl! iHt Wti'TM lr A 1'rsuUor Jutie t thm Pm, Camping J tear a town in Wyoming, we sccura; our siock gsd wont is. iMtcnng the leading aioro of the town, I mtroducod myself to Mr. talites, oti of the prppoetori, and u postmaster. StlHW Drumhead of Hhwm ffcUu . Writers on curious subjects oftem refer to a "curious will made by a certain general of Revolutionary, fame" in which, there fa a ckuee pro viding that the skin of the testator fa to be made into two drumheads. I notice tliat these same writers al ways neglect to give the name of Analysosof Minerals Funiacei'roducu, hie. saidt "It' now 2:30, ami at 3 there's a-weddkf 1 this "geoeraloIU)vduticaAryfana." at Jonas Buriou'a Obi - J...

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 April 1892

THE ARIZONA JO URKAL-MNEU SUPPLEMENT LITTLE GIFFEN, OF TENNESSEE. Out of the focal and foremost fire, Oat of tho hospital w ard its dire Smitten of grapeshot and caocrcno (KightoealU battlo and he sixteen!) Specter such as wo seldom see, Little Glffcn, of Tennessee. Take him and welcome," tho sarRcon said: "Much your doctor can help tho deadl" And so wo took him and brought him where Tho balm was awcet on the eu nuncr ain And wo laid him down on a wholesome bod Utter Lazarus, heel to head! Weary war with tho hated breath. Skeleton boy against skeleton death. Months of torture, how many such? ,Veary weeks of tho slick and crutch! Still a cUnt in the steel blue eye Spoke of tho. spirit that would not die. And dldult uny, morel in death's despite The crlpiiiod .oton learned to write! "Dear mother, at first, of course: and then, "Dear captaiu',-inqulrlnB about tho men." Captain's answer "Of eighty and Are Gilloa and I arc left ali-eP "Johnston's pressed at the front, they sayP Little Gt...

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 April 1892

IV J! ARIZONA WEEKLY VOL. XXIX-NO 1 ARIZONA JOURNAL-iMINER POWEK JMlLVmojlOUSK. The Arliona .Tourual-Mluer U published very day In U year exoont Sunday. 4X1 11,0 ArUotia Weekly Journal-Miner i published every W ednosday, t Prescott, tho J. C. MAItTIN, KUItor nud Proprietor. TEIOIS; miiy, perywar, inaavanoe , $10 00 Daily, per month "v . qa Daily, delivered by carrier to city aubacr& er. per reek . Weekly, per yoar... 4 w Weekly, mx monthn ., w Single copy ' 10 jUlvertisim Itatos mado hnm ..i ticn l'almw .t lUa-. San .Fr&ncUcv. L. V Fisher, Mereluuit'a Exchange, Whcro Uie pajer is kept on file. Fran- Secret Societies. TYANUUE UOMMANDERY No. 2 (kw clare hntrnday of each mouth. I'ih-riui A. G. OLIYEJL E. a 8. 11 Bbioht. Recorder. QIX OOIBIK WUIWIOS T inVl'Kl- Azruw 1AJUUK, No. J. p. A A. M. lUvular aetinKs of thin lxxle nt Masonic Hall. 8 it. m. on thn Kiinnl.u ' of each month. SoJonrniiu? ltmtlirvtn urn a 1 1 : a 8. e. niuairr, W. M. K. N. FUEDEIUCKS. Secretary. KxamiainsCraml...

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 April 1892

, tJOOTNAL-MlNBR 1. 1 M I ATI'S. UMw mm Vni t- UN Iv-DAY Al'KIL 20, 1S92. Silw i juoted 1 88. lit.- Russian hortaoa eontauts an- dtbvr sHvk of wax. 1 ne Carson. JKvadv Apoal says that dtvr rnv itu-reain i:i "Ntvaua.. .Kweph Mtv.iill, wlitor of the Chi- Btt Tnuuiu-, has purvhssxi a rosi .dt"n at A!ttuWnn. Cahfruia. -MfZulu'k) and MeFtwrsoa" do " , . I A kuisgiou- as a slate as soou as Carter Harnson, ex-mayor of Chi- and pitor of the Chicago u unes, was 10 von a reception at JLos Diplomatic relations havo been resumed between the United Statos and Italy, and Minister Porter will soon return to Rome. la, ii Southerland. of Seymour, Indiana, a hearty man of 71 years, sited his last tooth several roars ago. K(eenUy in? ha complained of a peculiar soreness of his trains, and he has just finished "cutting" his third complete of t.y-tl. that, as long a Arizona is a terri tory and a loag as she ia knocking 'or statehood, Mark Smith must 1)0 jsewt wliere be is. That t ho.olection of any one ...

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 April 1892

POYAI MAKING POWDER V" i"V J is free from ,ime ajum and all extraneous or detrimental substances, and ABSOLUTELY PURE. It is in every way superior to every similar preparation. Witness: The United States Government tests (Chemical Division, Agricultural Department) show Royal Baking Powder a cream of tartar powder superior .to all others in leavening strengthf See BULLE TIN 13, Ac Dep., p. 599. I find the Royal Baking Powder superior to all the others in every respect. It is purest and strongest. Walter S. Haines, M. D. Prof. Chemistry, Rush Medical College, Consulting Chemist,Chicago Board of Health, etc I have found the constituents of Royal Baking Powder to be of a high degree of purity, free from adulteration or admixture of deleterious sub stances. J. W. Mallet, Ph. D., F. R. S. - Prof, of Chemistry, University of Virginia. JFbojc Wedxesdat's Daily. This is Holytweokl S .. 1'. Powfil v iu town. " Jib.'b Htmkleis in Phenix. i tv-gistr if you wish to VO - K T. W Oti returned from...

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 April 1892

i 1 IS IN THE WAY. WHEN A MAN A Country House Is a Watt Tlaco to Visit When Tlicro Aro levers About. Have you over been in a houso vrhero tiiero is a couple courting? Tl- ? iiirf .wio YOU tlli-lv VOU will go and sit in tho drawing room, anil you inarch off there. As you open tho door you hear a noiso aa if somebody had suddenly recoUtPJd something, and whon you got in Emily is over by tho vrindow, full of interest in the opposite sido of the road, and your friend, John Edward, is at tho other end of tho room, with liis wholo soul held in thrall by pho tographs of other peoplo's relatives. "Oh," you say, pausing at tho door, "I didn't know anybody was hero." . "Oh, didn't you?" says Eniily, coldly, in a tone' which implies that she does not bclievo you. ' You hang about for a bit, then you -ay: "It's very, dark. Why don't you light tho gas?" John Edward says ho hadn't noticed it, and Emily says that papa does not like tho gas lighted in tho afternoon. You tell them one or two items o...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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