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'ATUHDAY, AUGl'ST 1G,
tf' A VISIT TO THE ICE WORKS.
V. Tim fnllnwinir eonmosltion on the
i. above subicct Is well worth neriisimr.
ii'Jlt was written by Rose C. Davison,
pya pupil at Fort htroct behooi.
"thcro is probably nono more ncccs-
,$ sary 10 our coiiuuiii uuiu iiiuiuuuui;-
3 n tlon of ice.
To obtain a practical Hlca 01 uic
nrni'PSM Involved in its manufacttirc.
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v some (lavs niro. i visitcu tne Artesian
"rtfH WnrlfH ut I'linalinii. On entering
"'tho same, I found myself ina spacious
1.3, . lUUlll luiiuuiliiiu niu viiumiv, ntu uiw
' pumps, a retort and receiver, also a
large pipe connecting with the pumps
from a partition on the right of the
room, on the left of it, through a
small door I caught sight of a boiler,
and in front of mc just in
side of the building was a
largo circular frame-work on
which were fastened spirally two
coils of pipe which were connected
Tat the top to a large pipe leading
'from the pump, and at the bottom
with a pipe leading to the receiver,
already mentioned, which is a plain
upright cylinder of great strength.
In the centre of the circular
frame-work is a revolving sprinkler,
which, in its revolutions, throws a
constant spray of water against the
spirally arranged pipe.
I was then conducted up a short
ilighfof stairs through a small heavy
door in the partition on the right,
and found myself in a large room with
low ceiling,which is called the freez
ing room, and its temperature is
CO Fahrenheit when making ice.
lOne half of the lloor had been taken
up showing a large wooden tank
with partitions of iron, some two
feet apart, thus forming compart
ments eight feet long, two feet wide
and four feet high, the partitions arc
double leaving a space of several
inches between the plates of'iron.
From the receiver in the engine
room, a pipe leads through the wall
of the freezing room, and entering
the space between the two plates of
the first partition, on one end, passes
to the bottom and traversing the
length of the same, it returns until
reaching the other end, turns again
and so on until it reaches the top,
forming a sort of rack of pipes be
tween the iron plates.
On reaching the top of the first
partition, the pipe rises two feet,
then crossing over, enters the next
partition repeating the same arrange
ment as in the iirst. and so on
through the eight partitions. On
leaving the last one, the pipe returns
along the wall, to near the point
where it entered the room, and there
connects with the large pipe leading
to the pump, The remaining half
of the lloor was down, but a similar
set of pipes on the opposito side of
the room revealed the fact, that a
tank like the one exposed, was un
derneath our feet. Shortly after I
entered the room, those in charge of
, the works finished filling the two
foot spaces between the partitions,
with water from an artesian well
outside. They next lllled the spaces
'in the double partitions with
salt brine, until the latter would just
cover over the top pipe.
They covered the whole tank with
short planking which would reach
from one partition to the otner, ami
having done so, they told me the
tank was ready for freezing, which
process was explained to me as fol
The freezing is done by the ammo
nia process, that is in its liquid state
is, charged in the retort, a steam coil
in the center furnishes the heat neces
sary to change the ammonia from
a liquid to a gaseous state, it is thus
drawn through a small pipe into the
dump cylinder, and from there ejec
ted into the spiral coil outside the
luiilrlimr wliorn. hv flm pmiqthnr. fil'fl-
j peration of the spray thrown against
'i v - theoutside. condensation ensues, and
'. the liquid runs into the receiver, from
there it enters the pipes in the racks
in tank partitious, and combining
with the brine surrounding the
pipes, creates so low a temperature
as to cause the water to congeal on
the plate surfaces. In reducing the
the temperature of the water, the
ammonia is constantly throwing off
' gas which is drawn away by the
large pipe leading to the pump.
1 The pump forces it into the con
denser and after liquefying it again
f passes through the receiver on its
After a sulllcieul amount of ammo-
, nia has been drawn into the pipes,
to' properly do the work of freezing,
a slight addition, now and then only,
is necessary to make up for possible
jlo'ss by leakage.
, Tho process requires the constant
forking of the engine, night and
day, for from eight to ten days, at
iwhioh time there will bo found ad
hering to each of the iron platqs, a
mass oi rcc cignt to eleven incites
thick and the length and width of
When the freezing lias ueen comp-
letcd, tho brine in the partitions is
removed, not water is made to ianc
its place for a few moments, when
the surface ice adhering to the iron
plates, melts away, and the ice is
drawn out of the tank, in Immense
blocks, by chain pulleys. It is
then sawed into smaller dimensions
and stored r.way ready for delivery.
IS THIS DISEASE THAT IS
COMING UPON US?
Like a tlilcf at night it steals In upon
us unnwnrcs. Many persons have pains
about the elicit and sidci, mid flomctlnu-n
In the hack. Thi-v feel dull niul sleepy ;
lite mouth has a liad taste, especially In
in tho mornlne;. A sort of sticky slime
collects nbout tliolccth. The appetite Is
poor. There Is a feeling Uko a heavy
load on the stomach j sometimes a faint
all-gone- frcnsallon at tho pit of the
btomticli which lood does not futlsty.
The eyes aie sunken, the hands and feol
Income cold nuil feel cltnmny. Aflei a
..I. II.. .1 ...oi.rli until III lit first. llrV. l)tll
after a few months It Is attended with u
greenish colomcd expectoration. 'Hie
mulcted one feels tired all the while, ntul
sleep does not seem to afford any rest.
After n time he becomes nervou.s, Irrita
ble, and gloomy, and 1ms evil foic.
boilings. There- Is a giddiness, a soit of
whirling sensation In the head when
rising up suddenly. The bowels become
costive; tho skin is dry ami hot at times;
tho blood becomes thick and stagnant;
the whites of tho cyc3 become tinged
with yellow, tho urine is sciinty and high
coloured, depositing a bcdlmcut alter
btaiuling. Tlieic Is liequently a spitting
up of the food, sometimes with a sour
taste, and sometimes with a sweet sh
taste; this is frequently attended with
palpitation of tho heart; the vision
becomes Impnlrcd with spots before the
oyes; there Is a feeling of great prostra
tion and weakness. All ot these symp
toms aie In turn present. It is thought
that nearly one-third of our population
has this disease In some of its varied
forms. It has been found that medical
men have mistaken tho nature of this
disease. Some have Ucatcdltfora liver
complaint, others for kidney disease, etc.,
but nono of the various kinds of t,re.U
nicnt havo been attended with success,
because the lcnmly should bo such as to
act harmoniously upon each one of these
oigaus, and upon tho stomach as well;
for In Dyspepsia (for this is really what
the disease is) all of these organs partake
of this disease and require a remedy
that will net upon all at the same time.
Seigcl's Curative Syrup acts like a charm
in this class of complarfits, giving almost
lmmediated leliuf. Thefollowinglcttcrs
from chemists of standing in the com.
munlty where they live show hi what
estimation the niticle is held
John Aichcr, Ilaithill, near Sheffield:
I can conlldently recommend it to all
who may bo buffering from liver or
stomach complaiuls having tho tcsti.
mony of my customers, who lmvo derived
great bcnellt fiom tho Syrup and Pills.
The sale is increasing wondei fully.
.Geo. A.' Webb, 111, York Stieet,
llnlf.iol. f lmvn sntd !l lnriru IHlllntltV.
and the parlies have testified to its being
what you represent it.
J. S. Metcalfe, Go, Ilighgate, Kendal:
1 havo always great pleasure in rccom.
mending the Curative Syuip, for I have
never known a case in which it has not
relieved or cuiod, and I have sold many
Itobt. Q. Gould, 27, High Street,
Andover: I havo always take a gieat
Minimi In vtiiir fiiniltnlnns mid T huu
recommended them, as t have found
numerous cates of cure from their use.
Thomas Chapman, West Auckland:
I find that the trade steadily incicascs.
I sell more of your medicines than any
X. Dai roll, Chin, Salop: All who buy
if aru pleased, and lecommeiid it.
Jos. Kalkwill, A. I. S., Kingsbridgc:
Tho public seem to appreciate their
A. Armstcad, Market Street, Dalton-in-Furness:
It is needless for me to say
that your valuable mcdlclues havo great
sale in this district greater than any
other I know of, giving great satis
Itobt. Lainc. Melksham: I can well
recommend tho Curative Syrup from
having proved its clhcacy for indigestion
Filockhclm, Avbroath, Forfarshire,
Sept. 2'J, 1882. Dear Sir, Last year I
sent you a letter iccommendins Mother
Saigel's Syrup. I have ory much
pleasure In still bearing testimony to tho
very satisfactory results of the famed
Syrup and l'ills. Most patent medicines
dio out w ith me, but Mother Sefj;cl has
had a steady sale ever since I com.
menced, anil is still in as great demand
as when I first began to sell the-medicine.
The cures which havo como under
my. notice- aro chielly those of liver
complaint and general debility.
A certain minister In my neighbour
hood says it is tho only thing witich has
benefited him and restored him to his
nonnal condition of health after being
unable to preach for a considerable
length of time. I could mention also a
gieat many other cases, but spaco would
not allow. A near friend ol mine, who
is very much addicted to costiveness, or
constipation, finds that Mother Seigcl's
Pills aro tho only pills which suit his
complaint. All other pills cause a
icnction which Is very annoying.
Mother Seigcl's Pills do not leave a bad
after-effect. I havo much pleasure in
commending again to Buffering human,
ity Mother Seigcl's medicines, which
arc no sham. If this letter Is of any
bervlco you can publish it.
Yours vciy truly.
(Signed) William S. Glass, Chemist.
A. J. White, Ksq.
ICth August, 1883.
Dear Sir, I write to tell you that Mr.
Henry Hilller, of Yatesbury, Wilts, in.
orms me that ho suffered from a severe
form of indigestion for upwards of four
years, and took no end ol doctor's medl.
eino wlthoul the slightest benefit, and
declares Mother Selgcl'b Syrup which ho
got from mc has saved his life.
(Signed) N. Webb,
Mr. White. Chemist, Cnl.ic.
7(13 ly 'J
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maunakka St.
Tiecs and Saddles of all kinds mado to
order and repairing Harness, etc., dono
in short notice. All orders promptly nt
tended to. CU3 ly
GUAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, in any
quantity, from 1 to 100 bag,
FOU SALE BY
7G4 Queen Street.
A SKILFUL SURGICAL OPERATION.
Tho American Ambassador nt Vienna,
Mr. Kasson, has lately fonwudod to his
Government an Interesting account of a
icmnikablo surgical operation lately
peiformid by 1'iofessor Billroth, of
Vienna, which, wonderful to lell, con
slstcd in the lemoval of a portion
of tho human stomach, involving
nearly onc-thlrd of the organ anil,
sliango to say, the patient rerovei rtl
the only suiressful operation of the
kind ever pcrfoinml. Tho dMi-aso for
which this operation was performed
was cancer of the stomach, attended with
the following symptoms: The appetite
Is quite poor. There is a peculiar hides,
rrlbablo (listless In the stomach, a feel
ing that has been described as a faint
"uiohc" sensation: a sticky slliuc col
lecls"about the teeth, especially in the
morning, accompanied by an unpleasant
taste. Food falls to satisfy this peculiar
faint sensation; but, on tho contrary, it
appears to miginvnto the feeling. Tho
cjes are sunken, tinged with yellow; the
hands nnd feet become cold and sticky
a cold perspiration. The sufferers teel
tired all the time, and sleep does not
seem to give rest. Altera time the pa.
tlent becomes nervous and liritalde,
gloomy, his mind Illicit with evil foie
boilings. When rising suddenly from
a recumbent position theiois n-dizziness,
u whistling sensation, and he Is obliged
to grasp "something firm to keep fiom
falling. Tho bowels costive, the skin
diy and hot at limes; the blood beeuin
lug thick and stagnant, and cloea not
ohcul.ilo properly. After n time tho
patient spits up lood soon after eating,
sometimes In a sour and fcunented con.
dltlon, sometimes sweetish to the laste.
Oftentimes there is a palpitation of the
hcait, and the patient fears he may have
heart disease. Townuls the lnt the
patient Is unable to louilu any food
whatever, as the opening in the lute",
tines becomes closed, or ncaily so. Al
though this disease is Indeed alarming,
suffeiew wltli the above named symp
toms should not feel neivous, for nine
bundled and ninety-nine cases out of a
thousand havo no cancer, but simply
dyspepsia, u disease easily removed If
ticatcd in a piopcr manner. The safest
and best remedy for 'the' disease is
Seigcl's Curative Syrup, a vcgctablo pre
partition sold by all chemists and medl
cine vendors throughout the woild, and
by the proprietor, A. .T. AVhito (Limit
ed), 17, Farrlngdon.road, London, D. 0.
This Svmp strikes at the very 'lounda
tlon ol the disease, and dilvea it, loot
and branch, out of the system.
November, 20th, 1881.
Sir, It gives me great pleasure to in
form you of tho benefit I have leceived
from Seigcl's Syrup. 1 have been troub
led for years with dyspepsia; but after
a few doses of tho syrup, I found icliof,
and after taking two uotucs oi ii j. leei
I am. Sir. vours truly,
Mr. A. J. White. William Brent.
September Slli, 1S83.
Dear Sir, I find the sale of Seigcl's
Syrup steadily increasing. All who have
tried it speak very highly of its medl.
cinai virtues: one customer dcsciibes it
as a "God-scnd to dyspeptic people." I
always recommend it with confidence.
(Signed) Vincent A. Wills,
Cliemist-dentist, Mcrthyr Tydvll.
To Mr. A. .T. White,
Seigcl's Operating Pills aro the best
family physic that has ever been dis
covered. They cleanse the bowels fiom
all irritating substances, and leino them
in it healthy condition. They cure cos
tiveness. llensingham, Whitehaven, Oct. 10, 1882.
Mr. A. J. White. Dear Sir, 1 was
for some time nllliclcd with piles, and
was advised to give Mother Seigcl's
Syiup a trial, which I did. lam now
happy to state that it has restored mc
to complete health. I lcmain, yours
(Signed) John II. Llghtfoot.
7G5 ly H
Spanish Town, Jamaica, West Indies,
Dear Sir, I write lo inform you that
I have derived great benefit from
"Suigel's Syrup." For some years I have
Buffered from liver complaint, with Its
many and varied concomitant evils, so
that my life was a perpetual misery.
Twclvo months ago I was Induced to try
Sclgei's Syrup, and although i.ither
sceptical, having tried so many lepulcd
infallible remedies, I determined to give
it at least n fair trial. In two or thicc
days 1 fell conskloiably better, and now
at the end of twclvo months (having
continued taking il) I am glad to say
that I am a dllleient being altogether.
It is said of certain pens that they "como
as a boon and a blessing to men" nnd 1
have no reason to doubt tho truthfulness
ol tne statement. I can uuiy say, How
ever, that Seigcl's Syrup,has como ns a
"boon and a blessing" to mo. 1 havo ic
commended it to sevcial fcllow-suffctcrs
from this distressing complaint, and
their testimony is quite in nccoidancc
with my own.gGralltiulo for tho bcnellt
Ihaveilcuvcd fiom tho excellent pie.
paration, prompts mo to furnish you
with this unsolicited testimonial.
I am dear Sir,
Yours ever gratefully,
(Signed) Carey 1). IJerry,
A. J. White, Esq. Baptist Missionary.
Preston, Sept. 21st, 18Sl
My Dear Sit, Your Syrup and Pills
aro still very popular with my customers,
many saying they aro tho best family
Tho other day a customer came for
two bottles of Syrup and said "Mother
Selgcl" had saved tho life of his wife,
and he added, "ono of these bottles 1
am sending fifteen miles aw ay to afilcnd,
who is very ill. I havo much fath in it."
Tho sale keeps up wonderfully, In fact,
one would fancy almost that tho people
were beginning' to bieakfast, dine, and
sup on Mother Seigcl's Syrup, tho de
mnml Is so constant and tho satisfaction
1 am, dear Sir, youis faithfully,
'(Signed) W. llowker.
To A. J. White, Ksq.,
LOUIS E. SPERRY,
Begs to inform the public geneially
that lie has opened an establishment at
8R TOiier Strcol.
Engraving of every description. .
Monograms a Specialty!
La to employe of W. Wenner. All
work guaranteed satisfactory. 707 lm
3. P. Adams, Q""
Lyons & Levey Queen st
Alvln II. Itasmnann.... Gazette Building
Bishop .t Co MciclmnUt
W. MeOandless, IM' Market
Ohr. Gort, .1 ort st
Gartenberg 1 X L. Store,.... Nuimiiu st
It A Minn KlIIC St
.... King st
W. -Miller Hotel Dt
W. Miller. "i .;
Crowley Is Co K ing rt
W. 11. Page,"-;
Hawaiian Cairiago Co
Hart, Bros. Old Corner,..
Vnlt n lli'.iver Saloon. ..f
Fisher's Champagne Cider,. . . .Llllha st
Candy I'nelor.V anil llnlu'ry.
F. Horn, Hotel st
ClU'fjICMlllTH l Htllldl'l'H.
F. Wllhelm, K'!n8
G. Lucas 1'ortst
llry ami I'uury mh.
V. S. Sachs
I.T. Watci house,
J.T. Wntci house,
J5. 1 Elders & Co.,
M. A. Oonsahes AsCo
Benson, Smith & Co......
Holllster & Co
, . . . . Foi t st
. . .Hotel st
DriiyiiKe l Cnrtnae.
S. M. Carter & Co .Kiug st
Frank lluslace Queen st
G. Uoblnsoii, Queen st
I'lrc Insiiranri" AjumiIh.
II. Iticnicnsclmoidciy .at Wilder & Co's.
C. O. Berger, Mei chant st
ic!lt'H I'lirillMllIlIB otls.
N. S. Sachs ....1-ortst
1 X L. Store Nuuanu st
Gonsalvcs & Co., Hotel
(Ji-oriM'U'H ami ITovImIoiih.
A. S. Cleghorn&Co Queen st
Kennedy .: Co Hotel st
Wollofc Edwards,. . .Fort &, Nuuanu Ptt
Horse Slioi'liid Shop.
Wilson Bios., vori Rl
liny anil lVftl Stori'S.
S. M. Caller & Cc .Kingst
Union Fcid Co.,.
Lame N5 Co
G. E. Sherman,
Dillingham & Co.,
.L T. Watcrhousc,
. . Fort si
Iniimrli'i-s A. C'oiii.aicwIliintM.
G. W. Mncfarlani! & Co., Foitst
C. Hi eiver & Co., Queen st
Lyons & Luvcy, Queen st
M. S. Giinbaum & Co. Queen st
W. G. Irw In & Co 1 ort st
A. S. Cleghom & Co., Queen st
J.T. Watcrhousc Queen st
F. T. Lcuehaii &, Co., Nuuanu st
Castle ii Cooke, -Iving st
Wing Wo Tal is Co., Nuuauust
C. O. Berger Mei chant st
llymun Bios., Mcichant st
V. Auhl, Wator Works OIUcc
.T. A. Ilnssinger, Interior OUlco
W. 0. Akiina bttB
S. M. Carter, kingst
Lowers & Cooke rt st
Wilder ii Co 1-oitst
lilllucryuml lrens MnKini;.
Mis. A. M. Mollis Fortst
Dr. Emerson, Mikul st
J. M. Oat Ji. fc Co., Merchant st
IMimilii'is niul l'nlnU-rH.
Blown is Phillips, Kingst
.) . Noll Kannumanu si
Max Kohm, Fort si
Williams ii Co Fortst
A. A. Montauo, 1' ort st
Tuning A. Musical IiiKtruim-iitH.
Lycnn iCo., Fortst
Hart, Bioi.Old Corner, Queen st
Noltes Beaver Saloon Foi t st
Windsor Itestaurant, King st
Casino Knploluni I'm k
llenl IJslatn Ari'iiIh.
.1. E. Wiseman Mcichant st
.M. Thompson Fort st
A. S. Ilnrtwell, over Bank
.1 . M. I)a hhon Knaliuinanu st
A. Jtoa Gov't Building
W. A. Whiting, Kaaliuniauu st
.1. Itussell Mei chant st
S. 1!. Dole, Kaahumanu st
F. M. llalcl Kaahumauu st
11. F. lllckei ton Merchant st
Cecil Blown .. . .Mcichant st
.1. M. Monsauat Merchant st
Houji l-'urlory. ' ,
T. Ar. Hawlins Kingst, Leleo
J-M. Oat Jr. & Co Mcichant st
J. M. Oat S. Co Queen st
l'iorco it Co Queen st
J, Not) Kaahumauu st
II.S.Tiogloau Foi 1st
Inter.Islanil S. N. Co., Esplanade
Wilder'H S. S. Co., Fort ii Queen sts
O.S. S. Co., Foit it Queen st
Pacific Navigation Co., Queen st
Wood ami Coal IlralcrN,
Frank Huntacn, Queen st
S. M. Carter Si Co., King st
M'lni'M mill Spill Ih,
G. W. Mncfailano & Co.,.Kaahuinann st
F. T. Lenchan & Go Nuuanu st
Brown to Co.,, .Merchant st
Wcnnor & Co Fort Bt
J. E. WISEMAN
CiuiiiIell'n IVoav 131oelc, Morclmiid Sireot,
Telephone, 172. P. O. Box, U15. ' 4
Employmont Agont, Custom Houso Broker,
Firo and Lifo Insurance Agent,
and Grcnoral Business Agont
The only General Business Agent In the Hawaiian Islauds.
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UNION FEED COMPANY
Comer of Quoen and Edinburg Streots. .
'.Telephone, No. 1 VB
BEG to inform their friends and the public generally that they nro contlnu.
Ing business at the above stand, and havo made complete arrangements for
n continuous supply of
Fresh Goods of the very Best Quality
which wo will offer for sale t
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Wo hopes, by giving our best attention to please the public, to merit a part of
their patronage. A largo slock of '
Wheat and Oat Hay, Wholo and ground Barley,
California and Oregon Oats, Bran, Middlings, &c,
now on hand. Orders solicited nnd satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay asked.
WIX.D12:LfcS S. S. CO.
lt King, Commander,
Jjcaves Honolulu each Tuesilay nt
4 p.m., touching nt Lahalim, laa
lnea Bay, Mnkena, Malnikona, Ka
wnlhne, Laupahochoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch nt nil tho
nlove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon.
To the Volcano and Back.
j TiUci-lHlniul S. N. Co.
THROUGH TICKETS lo the Volcano.
and return, can now bo had at tho ofllco
of the ilntcr.Islaml S. N. Co. Tourists
leaving Honolulu per time table of tho
" PLANTElt," will be lauded at Puna
luu, thenco by Bailroad toPahala, where
Horses and Guides will bo in attendance
By this rout. Tourists can make the
round trip in 7 days, giving 4 days to
visit tho Volcano.
TICKETS FOK THE ROUND TIUP,
Including Horses, Guide, Bonrd anil
For further particulars enquire at the
ofllco of the
Iiirer-Isliiiiil S. X, Co.,
or J. F. JORDAN, Volcano House.
t FOB KOLOA &, WAIMEA,
Tho Clipper Schooner
F. Kibbling Master,
Will run lcgularly to the ports of
KOLOA, HANAPEPE & WAIMEA,
KAUAI. For freight or passage apply
lo tho Captain on board, or to tho
Pacific Navigation Co.,
732 am Cor. Nuuanu & Queen sts.
THE FAST SAILING
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
LABNE & CO.
Have a Largo Stock of tho
YEHY BEST HAY.
Which is oflcrcil at Low est Market Prices
Dolivored Freotoany part of tho City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Agents for tho Hoover Telephone.
Telephone No. 147. 700
Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii. b
IS NOW OPEN for Traveleis, where
First class accomodation can bo had
at all Times. Tho climate of Honuapo
Is recommended for invalids.
HOUSES AND GUIDES
Provided for tho Volcano.
B-For Terms, etc., Sco CARDS nt
Hotels nnd Streets.
J. W. SMITHIES,
573 ly Proprietor.
APUItE, WHOLESOME. RE
According to tho highest ami best medl.
Manufactory, s : : No. 13 Llliha 8tf
P. O. Box, 370. Telephone, 28Li
JBQyAll orders receive prompt attention.
- i u mm it
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Offer for Sale tho Cargo of tho
JUST ARRIVED I
LIST OE MERCHA1ISE,
Light Express Wagons,
Ex Top Carriages.
STEAM C OAL.
Com. Wood Chairs,
Fine Molasses Shooks,
Ice Chests, Nos, 2, 3, and G,
Lobsters, lib tus j Beans, Slb'jtns
Hay Cutters, "Nos. 1, 2, & 3.
Fairbanks Scales, Nos. 7,S,10&11J
Centrifugal Lining, 14 inch ;
Comp. Nails, ljg, 1-14 inch.
Manila Cordage, Assoilcd:
Galvanized Fence Staples,
FARMERS BOILERS 20 AND 25 BALLS,:
Sisal Rope, Assorted,
Y. METAL SHEATHING
10, 18, 20,U2,24and2Goz.;
Hair Mattresses 1
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
Wire, llcllned Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Galvanized Screws and Washers.
Yes, and we sell
vVw IjCMV tlH llio Howcst I
and don't anybody forget it.
We sell New Bedford Rope, and any
retailer knows how it will hold out in
Wo also havo tho mo?t varied assort,
kept by any houso this sido of tho Rocky
Mountains, such ns
Hemp and Manila Cordage, all sizes,
Artesian Well Boring Ropes,
Manila Hawserd, Wire Rope,
Cotton and Hemp Duck and Twine,
'Galvanized Marino Hardware,
PAINTS AND OILS,
Pure Copper Sheathing, 14, 10 & 18 oz
Yellow Metal and Nails, 14 to 28 oz.
Copper Paint'(Tarr & Wonsln's)
Whale Boats, Boat Stocks,
Gal. Boat Nails, all kinds and sizes,
And 1001 other things too numerous
to mention Also, agents for
Terry Davis' Pnin Killer,
Brand & Plcrco's Bomb Guns and
Bomb Lances, &o., &c,
All of which wo will sell at the
390 ly A. W. l'circo & Co.
WILLIAMS & CO,
120 FORT STREET,
navo Secured tho Services of
One of the Best Artists
From San Francisco, Mi Coloring Is
Views oi tho Volcano
Also on Hand, Como and See Them.