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|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
T O FA IS M i: IK ,S ! POTATOES AND ONIONS K'HI'i lll VV A f J T r i D Al Hie Produce Departm'tZ. C.M.I. II. li. CEA.WSON', Snpl. I THK PAC IFIC I - ' PNEUMATIC GAS I ' C )!M1)ANY. OFFICE: No. '-'" Sansome Street, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Incorporated IfSti'J. The Pacilic Pneumatic Gas Company Compa-ny is prepared to contract with gentle men residing in Utah Territory and adjacent States, to erect gas works at their residences, and give them every advantage in light, which inhabitants of large cities possess, at less rate than coal-gas companies charge in this State. Also, to contract with hotel proprietors, proprie-tors, saloon and store-keepers, trustees of churches, principals of schools and colleges, and mining, manufacturing and railroad companies, to give them a far more brilliant light than can be obtained ob-tained from coal-oil lamps, at less cost in proportion to the light given. ECONOMICAL OAS FOR POL'XTRYTOtt'.NS . The great cost of making, on a small scale, coal gas, passably free from impurities, im-purities, has prevented the introduction introduc-tion of this prime convenience of modern times into small towns, and the generally bad quality and high priee of the production, where coal-gas works have been erected, in other than the largest cities, have limited the consumption con-sumption to less than one-half what it would he if the gas were good and furnished fur-nished as cheap a light as kerosene oil. When gas of fair quality can be manufactured with inexpensive works, and at a reasonable price, every little town, with even one well-built street, will have its gas works, and the profits of the manufacturers will be more certain cer-tain and more liberal than those now earned by most country gas companies. The scientific and general press have repeatedly called attention to the field for discovery opened to inventors in I solving the question. "What shall we ) I do tor a sale liclil, more satisfactory i than oil, and so cheap that the poorest can use it?" Many solutions of this question have been proposed, but hitherto experience has shown that all were inferior, for some cau.-o or other, when brought into practice, to the old method of generating illuminating gas The Pacific Pneumatic Gas Company, Com-pany, however, claims to have answered an-swered the question fully, and is prepared pre-pared to erect woiks which will furnish fur-nish gas, free from all impurities and superior in brillimcy to the be.-t coal gxs, at from one-third to one-fourth the cot at which, in this State, coal gas, iu quantities of from J.i.ski to "O.OUU cubic feet per day, can be made. The principle of these works for small towns, is the same as that used in our dome.-tic works; the difference is in the method of coiiiprc-.-ing the atmosphere, and of charging it with the vapors of gasolene. In works for towns a rotary air pump driven by a small steam engine, or other steady motive power, forces the air thrutiyh the gasolene, making an excessively rich gas. This is collected iuto a gasholder, gas-holder, and then, by the admission of air direct from the pump, it is diluted in the proportion of one, two or three parts of atmosphere to one of gas. as in the judgment of the operator, guided guid-ed by a test-light, may lo desirable to bring the contents to the desired quality. The Pacilic Pneumatic Gas Company Com-pany has erected works on this principle prin-ciple at Mare Island, for the United Suites Navy IVpartiiiont, which are producing excellent gas at ait utra-oiiomri utra-oiiomri &jio .ftitov. . Gentlemen who propose investing in any g is company tor supplying interior (owns, are requested re-quested to call upon the officers of' the Pacific Pneumatic Gas Company, who will furnish accurate and detailed accounts ac-counts of the results obtained, and ne company parties meaning business to Mare Island, for the purpose of showing show-ing the works iu operation. 77it ltnfic Cm innatic tills (iiiipnii Qiumuit'f s flic sifers.s o'iV.s im teoi's'. Ni'int h.r rionpti li'l. u ilh ilr,'rl.tiiMi. ti's-tiueiiiiiil. ti's-tiueiiiiiil. loi't 0 11 1 illiMHiilniK ilioiif-tir win k. (Iki'ii k. L'lio Sansomk StitKi:r, KAN I HAM IM II. t. 0. coiiMi, ei.i.rn, nr. in. ik uanti ':ill-i' Ill-oilier, Salt Lakk. City, I too Use I lers, Mu doners, And Peideis in Musical Merchandise and Fancy Goods. M iiiii.i-i'ii. 11.... 1... i"i t'.ii. li.-. rii,i,. .i S v S'l I l.il.oin..; S.l I 11,.,'K., . 0l"l"O. Cliiii'l'., h'... nil .illi.'i' 111 In 1,1 us,., 1 ,,,'l"'i,lH' V i'l"l" 11. -in On,., il ,. Itomk lluilkN, iiiIiik I'.il'i r. I'"' l"l ei.tli , v. una M, , All'iinip.. 1',.. I,.. lli'iil. . i:'nn,h,vs im.l Oi ,itn. A lull Nli.,V M11. 1, 1,1 ln. o 111 Lii. Ml l Mi'O liitiiili.,.. in riil Amu. l"i nil ..r I.,.,, ,i.,,, ,i ,,,.,, iiiiiinilmtiMi'iH. I f,,r Oir Mil'll.li..h Ml -III'..'! iptl.'ll I'M', I,.. A 1.441 A"l'l llllVllI I I SUNDAY SCHOOl FlUZKS CALIFORNIA TRADE, C. AOOLPHU LOW & CO , SAN FBANCISCO, CAL., TEAS, COFFEES Si-s. tt ill all EAST INDIA PJ10.DUCE 'If u-hi'-u tliey kc'l) hi i.'.-ks enstim tly On tmuil lur side to tli jr o 13 u 1 IV G. ' I.' ityi L) t'l . ALSO AOENTsi FOR La Vtuda de X Harmony's, of Gndiz, S1IKRRIES, liiirlli lt WHITE LEAD tO.'IPA.I, of A'fw York, AND PRAT T'S NON-EXPLOSIVE A S T II A I. OIL.. BHUTAN, H0LBR00K & CO Liiijiortcr ah'l Dctik-r.i in Stoves &; Ranges, SHEET IRON &TIN PLATE, Copper, Zlc, Sheet Lend, "Wire, Pl'MI'sj, TJX.M3RS' (iUODl Tool aid Machinery aud Gfmeriil HOUSE FURNISHINC HARDWARE, Elnlilacini,' Plain, .Taparil-d, Plalii-iie.l and Slainped Warp, Son. 1 1 1 & !1S California aurt N'os. 17 tt 19 Dtivifl Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Leather and Saddlery Warehouse. MAIN & WINCHESTER, 1!14 & BATTERY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, Offer 10 the intdw ut isnltLake and vicinily LEATHEK, of all kind., HARNESS, CALIFORNIA SADDLES. COLLARS, WHIPS. Aud u generul ar.ortLDrnt ! SADDLERY GOODS AT K:W YORK P31CES. s.'ii l ir Co .!"-in s ar.'i Price... WEIL & CO. 1 M P' RTF LS Oh Cigars and Tobacco rrvj'rictr- uf ihv ll A V A X A C I i A R M A M FA CT'J H V. 't-il. 'iiJ and '43 Front SC., S j it : 11 est f'-'riur Fruiit A Sitcr.iim-ntu bis., S A. TV 1. AlVCIftC O- S. P. II. .Men. ...rhe.vl. S. P. HOLDEN & CO., FOREIGN DRY GOODS, Linens, Dress Goods, Hosiery, 0. is, & SA.Nt.uMK tT., SAX FRA.MISCO. L"iidi'ii : Lcu lentisll St.. E.C- .1. i:vi:ki)ii; a to., COMMISSION MERCHANTS is Cl St., Suu FraucUco, lK ALKKN IN OUK(;0 PHOBI C K. Arv 1 i'ii-uiiitl in iv.-i I'f OiVkvU lUm. 11. on, Marclt, oi .mr and Firu in tnnt. tnrr I .ilw.v on lmtil. j .I.un-r. S.in.uir. .Ii.lm SiTTi.tn.-c, 0 C. Cijnmu. J. & J. SPRUANCE, I in.i ipii .nut ho lctl i, WINES AND LIQUORS, 4 1 .1 Frnul Mrrrl, SAN KUAN CISCO. CALIFORNIA. A. ,1. i III FF1TII, noHiiiiiw tt ax o at hj n SALMON AND HERRINGS, A-htK on Nt reel . SAN FRANCISCO. Ml Vin.l "f Im...I, TM.-MM M-li . ..it-tmitU on l.i.u I. HEWIGT1IL ITEM k ll luii'onor.s niul .It-blu'iv l FOU KUi A Ml KSTH' DRUGS & CHEMICALS Kiir K..i n( tul (Mix, (.unit, HooIn. hkitt, I'mnti , An. I ;ill nthor Hmpl.w cmicoi . t nh t li o W hi'li" ilc tili l Uriml Iiuk Ihisun. . I'.'i, Miimlv hi r.voirl. l.x -lir.-, I 1 m (-.n tt i.n. "I I. in. .p, -tin nil. I , mil.- iMo.ln.'M. Kxrlusiw A .nMii.s lor uiik silver. llo-lcll.-r's r.itl.-i-. Ih.ikp - PI nitnti.'ti Hilfi , W..II'- r-.'li.M,!:.m N'hititi-, ' o(cir.- i'uiiu"iiHi iVrur, Aililull ilic I en i i n r ProtTirlnry Mis li, in. 1oi Auumi.'iiii unit lnni' tin, . Or. lorn Promptly iiihI t'lurlully i'voouli .1. No. ."MV riuI .Vlt Mnikrl Slirtl,' MolMOt tl l it t ,111.1 voiul, I SAN l'KANVlSCO, TAl.irOKNKV i CALIFORNIA TRAoT" WHITTIER, FULLER & Co, Mi f f KHdOBS TO Caiuei'Oii. Wbitti'-r a CV hh-J i'ulk j-ijj,. IMPUKTKK-t VJ T'EAMCJ:? fx PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW i j HOLE AitKN'13 foi; JfRJNCH AHO BELGIAN PIAU 614 K L'l A: a; I'liO.VT STKEET, CW. Pint sim-i, svs fkaxciscq James Otip. W. A. Macor.l.'. F. W. Maondray. 'v MACONDRAY & Co.. mnm & comuissidi MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS OF CHINA AND JAPAN TEA AjjiJ all dfc';ripti&Di of EAST I NT 1) 1 A P K 0 U L' C , SAX FRAXCISCO, - - CAL. WiLMERDINS & KELLOGG, Imporur- and Jobbers cf Wines and Liquors, 14 & 210 PEOXT STl'.EET, SAX FRANCISCO. MURPHY, GRANTS, CO, CAL1FOKMA, , C..I1 Httfciiiiou w ittvir IprpekDd -li a.rti -i'"k of Dress Goods '-'"M-'i-iDJ FRENCH PLAID POPLINS, Empress Cloth. Tauiise t'loth. I All Color.. FRENCH AND ENGLISH MER'.TiCES, ETC. ETC ETC. -U-O. lull hi, vl HO S IERY. J White GooiU, Linens. TABLE DAMASKS,' NAPKI.tS, Ail of vLuh th-T ( Atii u- nw.ikt r:- TO BIN, DIXON & DAVISSON, Iiupot it rs of PRKM II Si, UKH.MAM i'f'f.V GtHL. Jl.i'i.lfty I'tud''? Xott'oii; Tr;,V(- O.Js, MIin; r'H.lc-.u pjniuir in r.iv: l;nt; in ilirvct .-oMtiMr ii -a; i -n uh t ia:;vt,viw:rr, w. fn) U--I ntc .; orJ, st. ; Sell t m tow Rtr s Nw York j llHMl If l. IUAKKSKOU TA1I TKKI11TOKV T. our M.- k. In- h i (hi- Urt tr:,-! TOlilN, IMXPN A' PAV1SSON. "i V'.ui. .... .C' EINSTEIN BROS, & CO,, Inil'.Tici aitui MnufH1tuicr of BOOTS AND SHOES 1KI, Mtitl 111 l.n. itrrl. ru an nsco. r ,.uM .....-, i.illx ,..,11 ,1,,. .'iUi-hii.-ii Ihc Vi.i li' in .iu CALIFORNIA MADE GOODS I I Wliioh in point .-t Mlo, (it :m I ,liu i ! v .Ut' r.Hliil t the b. -t t u-l.-M in a.' t-' CHENERY, SOUTHER & CO., WIS i LIQUORS !M1 Clnjr l . Sun I i i, I., ,., C"r1. S.'l,- ,..,. ... !. .11.11. .(',h ..,' .i,I.vi,'i "I' A S ' i,i,. 1 -,,,1. . A i,,.v .... Il,l.-,l li.,!.,. , .,; ,,.. . ( R,. H.. I ll.'i-.l.'i, 1. . V .,Vrt,,,..l . lllii".l'. ...l ' S ... 1 1 Km. in ..,.., . u.. I'-ulii'iiUi Itriui. j. ,.,..l i.. flit,, p,,,, t,.i,'onlM I I 1.1...I1 ll'.l .