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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 February 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. nfi:lITI!f: fi.flOprr Trir, In lilnac-f. NICHOLAS It. KLAINK, - Epitoh. U1S FOOTSTEPS. The wilderness a eerct keep Upjn whoso ku" I in: , Ee hatb not seen, ear hilh not neanl: And J el I know. I know, Pome ilii) Ih lewless liua will lift, Thedoorof alrswnurwidu Tih'!i4 lo-t en imtier of the wood Where tha-e shy mysttnes hide Onejetimfomtd, recedlnir depth. From which th-i wood thrush s!njs, Mlllluilmrintodarker -hadvs. In into c Mcr -prin.r. There is n wind alimid tolav. Hut hark! the plnn-t ipt" mir, Th.it sleep an.I In their dre im repeat The mii-ic of the ssore. What wisdom stirs amonir the pines? What mjiu I' mat tney i-lnir Th" airs that mure the foren s heart. What rumor tlo they tirlnz? A bu'hed excitement 811 t he jrloom, .An'!, in the stillness, ilear TtaeUreo tell tale vmnilnj rinir": - T;s near 'lis near tls nearl" A. In the fairy-tale, more loud The iriiosl ly music plays When. Inward the enchanted bower.thePrlnco Draws closer through thmaze. JCay n...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 February 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. FEB. 24. SCCSCUIITIOS: tS 0) per year. In adTanM. n.tt. KUAINE.KilltortiiitiPiiMIalU'r. PRommnos. The following i a synopsis of cf the tem perance bill. In the first place the mani facturr, sale or 'barter, either directly or in direct! jf, of intoxicatirg liquors for the pur- pese if a beTfrrge, w prohibited, and the 1kji doing it is guilty ' a midemeanor, ar.d shall be punitbed foi the first oflence not less than $100 nor nore than SMO, or be irctmroitd in the county jail cot lesi than SO ncr mere than 00 days. For the second ofleue the Cue and impritonmentia increas ed. Section 7 males liable to puLishment any person for giving to a neighbor, or farmer, or any person eicept a member of his fami ly, whisky lo cure the bite of a rattlesnake, without phjticiana should first provide it in writing. The law provide! that a druggist can procure a permit to sell for undical, .rirntific and mechanical purporei only, from the probate judge, on th...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 February 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITV. THURSDAY. FEB. 24. A rLEi FOR THE BORDER. lion. K. M. Wright delivered the follow ing willy speech on (lie temperance till in the Hou-e on the 15th: Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen or the Committee: I feel that I would he doing m? constitu ents a grave injustice wire I to remain ei lent at Ibis rootl pcrtentious juncture in the history of our legislation. I cannot refrain, therefore, from rai-inj; my keble voice iu protect against this monstrous measure. I do not oppose this till on account of my on love lor the d"ftilled nectar 5f the corn field, nor jet for the purple aruhrosia of the vineyard. I admit that I like a glass of either, now and then, hut I am not a slive to the demon of the cup, and I can look tirmn i)ip nine when it is red. without nee- ees-nly being bitten by the adder which is alhged to he lurkirg at me ooiiom 01 cam ntii.nl. In fact. 31 r. Chairman, s j great is mv viilae in this dirtc.ion, that I have of ten gone three, aye, four daia...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 February 1881

The Use or Milk. !)u. CsO-iii. of the Itcllevue Hospital, pronounces milk nn article of diet which til persons may me. unilcr all condition-. There lire tlioic ho say that the cannot take milk, that it male them bilious, etc., but lie declircs that lhi is not true. A person who is sick may take milk v ith the greatest ossiblc advantage, because it contains in the form of assimilation, all the elements eiseuti.il for maintaining nutrition. It is the natural aliment of the young animal, auil ri certainly answers a good iiiiqo-c forthe old animal, "jiroided it is used properly, and not poured into a stomach already over Idled, as though it had in itself no substance orrichnes-. New milk, as he dors not hi -itato to say, mil lie taken - as far as disease is conei-raed in nearly every condition I'crhaji- it will leijiuro t.lici addition of a spoonful or two of lime-ualer. 'Ihe addition of a little salt often pre vents the after feeling of fullness and wind on the -loiiiich. which some co...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 February 1881

ft Crib-Bitiup. Tins very unpleasant habit is not so serious .a defect as many writers and practitioners would have us believe. The ou. It is often the result of imitating a companion standing in the adjacent stall who has acquired the habit. In many instances it is in consequence of kc epinjr the animal standing in hh stall from day to day. The highly bred and spirited horse", when fed liberal quantities of sup culent and nourishing food, must be in some mischief when h'n time U not em ployed. It is carded in some instances in young colts by partial starvation, or by not keeping sul'.icicnt provender be fore the animal when conjjned in the sttule to allow him to pick it over at will. In consequence ot this neglect in his stable management, he acquires the habit of cribbimr on the manger. It is also the result of feeding unsound and consequently unpalatable diet, which no horse will eat unless forced to it from starvation. Lastly, it is occasionally caused by the groom dressing his ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 February 1881

LOCAL NEWS. Tl.TlK TAHI.Ii-A., T. A . V. K. K. ClOIVO EAST. COIXGWEST. 1'liswngeT. 1S3A.1I. rasstnger 3.S3 A.M. rsiiK-r It U r.M. l'aitftigrr S.-es r.11 Knifl.t .... Tdor.ie. rrrUht.... lsar.M. freight 7tfu A.ai Frricrit . 1:15 A. IxwU out fortlie spring Imam. Ibo Virus sing, aud spnncelrawctbnigb. Tbe beautiful thaw follons the beautiful xiion". Theio wetofcncr losses of sheep than of cattle. Who basapbari-tas-ma-gori-cal lerror! TIio limo approacuetu for tlio rattlesnake. Our attention has been called lothc fact that spurious cold dollars are in areola lion. W. G. Anderson i a manufacturer of maruelcd and bair bridles, baiters and cinches. Ho showed us some fine samples of lus work. The militarj prison at Leavenworth now mates ntarlv all the boots and shoes for the army. It turned out. last week. 23, s 223 paiis of boots, and 31.22) pairs of shoe's. riant Trees! This is the advice given to the peoplo in our exchanges in all parts if Kansas. Will the pood people of Dodge City make ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 March 1881

t DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 3, 1881. NO. 42. vol. vn. w - A rJlOSl'EROUS YE.IB. The feeling of confidence that pervades everywhere in Kansas revives the hopes tb.it were Misled by the drought. The buy industry that began in the spring of 1S79, is about to be revived the coming spring. Ev idences of coming prosperity are shown in that spirit of confidence which is becoming a growing sentiment. In Dodge City there id a general expres-ion on the bright pros peels of the year. Our exchanges refer to tbe probable large wheat yield and the fa vorable condition of (lie ground for spring crcp. These favonb'e conditions extend over this region of coueiry; and minv fet tles, no more distm't'ul of failures, but in spired with new hopes, will take advantage of theseion and endeavor to regain losses in past years. I-ord county will jrogres under the pro-mi-ing year; and our town stimulated un der the impetus, will advance in wealth and population. The cattle and sheep business ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. KIIMIiiniMl ei.OOprr War.iu Adliarr. NICHOLAS 1$. KL.AINK, - Kwtoi: kai:ly takes. Siir aectned so younir, ao youny to die! au like a daw mil?, rusyday. M re ' cbcd from ber la I r you as fret away. And Ifams Imm tfce)ust-ri-en nti llecknned and wooed and uoicd heron. Wi met 'to lifbtwltn happy eei, l'n-h witJiihL-! nrM'llac. And he.d her sweet bands one u (rra-p The j. ya that crowded tobercUt.ii, I aihamrprl'-e. and U aodear: Hnwcnuid weiru.-ssthatnlirht was near? Sbesenned anyounjr. ai jo'jnfMo did Whco tin nM ; i we sadly far: TI .'aturegoru appointed wiy: The ripe ff.tilo irwtheifsl 111 mut lie, rbe riM.( fruit Iroin the laden tree, riieacrefctf iinlt the iMre.lir mil iKiush; -llinmer I done, 'tin autumn now, iioti'a bnncjt'limc; the .hetie anions llmanreci m-clbe lejip.njr-snnir. .n.iiunmm we Brieve, w The ahluluif ncklea on the She aoetmsl mi younir, so your.ir to die! WVinicMlun iroardy and vain Wbut n. cr answer ahull makepl-iim 4 Cull It lethi thcirood...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 March 1881

I t, nTmTr mnmn one-sixth or one-twelfth of anncre, per-1 midday forces them to seek the grateful THE DODGE CITY TIMESi haps; in a few isolated instances one shelter of the gardens an.l groves so i ; man is wealthy enough to own half an liberally planted along the dusty high-i v ! - n..o rt:.!.. !..' t tr-i .i ! I'ElMOXAL A.Ml LITK1MKY. MBlBirTH: ?i.OO.fr lrir, l AJtrr. James T. Fields thin that Hut -..If ... . ",. . ,f . " . I . . .... . . . acre. way, iirecuy a iiaii is caueti anu , ' uj,uuuiy novel in me nanus ol the n. . .. ...... .....:. ...... ...m.... . :..... . ..,.. .. .1 .i ti ' luuinia .mere are many reasons tviiicu iwu- juui'urauuus uru iuvic jur tnw uaiiy i"-"!".-. I duco to this. Virat nml foremost is that meal. After this is finished ttom llrnlr NICHOLAS II. KLAISK, - Kmtoii. the aatiye does not like to lease more spirit starts a story recounting tho sav- " land than he himself can plow and age doings of the stranger who rules u-nrk. Ercnwitli the rrowth of onuilii. i...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. MARCH 3. SUBSCRUTION: 2 (JO per year, in acleanee. H. B. KLAINE. Editor and Pnbllaber. Tiii TREE PLANTING SEASON. From the Pacific Uorol lreaa. It ia timet; to put in the usual word about tree planting. It may be believed that no special exhortation is reeded towirJ the planting of fruit trees, for the elate ia already vide awake to the desirability of increasirg our production of certain fruits. The up rience oi the past reason Lsa given orchard planting a (harp impulse, and that branch of the subject ma; be safely left to itself for the present at fort. The planting of tre for ornament, shade and titbber ia urged as oiten aa the nin come, and jet there ia still room and occa sion for repeating the exhortation. The beau tifying of our town streets and county high way, the w.e planting in dooryards and around stockyards, and the coveiiog of va cant land ui.fil for tillage with growth of profitable timber all tun should be dis cussed, consi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. S03IE BINTS TO FARMERS. From the llaya Sentinal. I will say few words Idling my expe rience in farmicg in Kansas. I Ibink the Early Amber sugar-cane is oar salvation lor a aura and profitable crop, for many reas on. First: Il'i m rare crop for a wet or diy season. Kansas is subject tolODg.contin- ued drought in the middle and western por tions of the slate; also is subject to the ray gts of chltch-buc, corcwoims, and grass, toppers. Grasshoppers and corn-worms do not touch the Early Amber. We can plant the cane and malte.molass of the best qual ity: and I am sure it can be granulated into sugar to a iirout. i" " su - .". and threshed, from 10 to 13 barbel ts the sere, and is equal to the best Indian corn, and when errund into chop it excels in fat tening qualities to hog, horses, cattle and she p. Second: It can be town from half to three-fourths ot a bushel pet acre, broad-cast and harrowed or drilled. It will make the beat ofhajwbea cut as soon a it begins to...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 March 1881

The Peacock anil the Ojtcr A I'abln. Onk da) an oyster set out to cross a neck of land to me himself a long swim around it, and as he journeyed along the dusty hichway, content with the weather, the climate and his sur roundings, he suddenly heard a harsh voice crying out for him to halt. As he rolled into the shade of a pigweed, a peacock advanceil with lordly strut and demanded: "How, uow, sirrah? When- are jou going, ami what is jour errand?" "Pin simply crossing from water to water, and tired enough I am. I be lieve I have been three good hours making half a mile." "Three hours? Why, I could strut over the place in three minutes! Ah, me, but you don't amount to much for size," "No; a child can swallow mc at a gulp." " Anil you aren' the least bit pretty." "That true. My shell is coarso and full of ridges." " And jou can't sing?" " Not a note." "Norlly?" " Not a )." "Well. well. 1 rcalh pity you. Now, then, if you want tb see nomothing gaudy, just gaze on me " The bird stnitted u...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 March 1881

1 ha consumption of malt liquor in hi Miuntrv has increased over 100 -per cent, in ten Years. "During 1SW," savg the JUttiHer, tho oran of the brew er?, "taxe were jiaTil on 10,374,0OOW barrels or II l.UOO.OoO gallon. This is I equivalent to about 1M) maps for every man, woman and child in the country. Leaving out thu females and children, this va-t quantity represents CCO glivcs a year for each nule over 21 years old in the 1'niied St.itc. W hen vrc consid er tliu lerv Hrsu number o: adult males who drinC no beer at all, and the other hot who p irt.iKe of it only in the mot moderate m inner ana at morn or ic-s protractnl internals it is LV.dent ihnt tome other Americans iuuit drink a good deal. At five cents a plas this beer manufacture of lbsO brought $.575, 000,000, or about 7 30 per capita for every man, woman and child. Ibis i-a quarter more than the total expense of running the United States Government." . . a A cold bath as a tonic can bo ifk-liswl "all the tear round" (by th...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 March 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TI3IK TABLE-l., X. A ft. V. K. It. UQISQ CAST. GOIQ VEST. I'asetiigt-r IZJKx.M. I'aaatnger 3Ja.m. rf nKtr 1: 5 r h. I'aett-nger 3-fi5 r.x. rtlcl.l .... IMr a J-relebt.... ljnr.M. Freigct. .. t.iki . Irtlctit ... I Ma. Marili is licre. do'ye mindl Willi its terrible wind. 1 lie mud is drying up rapidly. Flowing is now tlio order with the. grangers. J. K. Mclatyreistba fatberof a bounc ing buy tbat camo to bis household Fri day last. Let whatever farini is raise on Ibe farm !c fed to stock. Farmers of ibis kind will win in western Kaunas. Garden City shipped two wcels ago, 3.000 pounds of AMcIope. making sixty hiad. The express charges were ?T5. S. II. W illiams, tbe well known sLeep raisir, was m tho city this week. Here ports but lew los-es of cattle and shtep. Ellsworth Torrev and son arrived from tbeirboniein tbe east Wednesday morn inir, and will so down totbeir camps in tbo Pala Dora. Tbcy liavo drawn tbo "color line" in Caldwell and c!ued the schools ratber Iban lit...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 March 1881

DODGE CITY TIMES VOL. VII. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 10, 1881. NO. 43- NAVIGATING THE ARKANSAS. Cingrtss baa knocked oui some of the pro posed sppropiiations in the Biver aod Har bor bill, ind now we deepair eter getting an apfropriation for the improvement of the Arkansas river, unieis a nepuDiicau - rea will feel more kindly towards us and give us money to prosecute a survey of ihe river, lor tbe purpcsi 01 testing uic it.tu cabilitv ol making that stream a water route, in competition to the gigtniic railroads which threaten ui on all sides tbat are girding our loins, so to peik;grindiog mon opolies as it were; sucking tbe stpoot of our impoveiished people; snd so on, ad infini tum. Oar Congressman, Hon. Thoe. Byan, is terribly in earnest on this river question, it is well for ue, once in awbilr, to revert from railroad to nver; this digreasion gives a heal i by tone to ideas. The mind that can graep an iron rail or a steamboat will never runt, al it were, in a groove. We notice t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 March 1881

r, ti K THE DQDGE'QITYiTiMESj sriEsmimoxt $:.oo pr lm, In Adt sir. XIClIOhAH.' Kl-AINK, - JlUvrov fAlTUFUI. A irto.lircwaMln tfceliopftHl; .Vlli.tfjr.rl fntt narrow U; A i.urn, whfiw fu itlfp llirhtly fall, NotlJintriUJ)' tbatrotk-wt Head. Main lnthi nit n eh I arf! to love, U3jU-n,uiunl'PU no I tlunmiy; Nmc lM-hclJ It lut mm1 ttli-ivi. And this wt turc it. Arid tbTe t-bo lay. A llttleilrink of wacr f1irV louly th blu lliw tnup and slp- MLt inctuni rouiir, (oimcaii bear, WbJl I let tlw lc un your U'tnplu driiu A looVnf terror tltatirtM hrfacr: Firm and llat lbso pnJe Jlp cIa; AMranirfrrfiii U In the nlirtfc place: "Icll in wtm burl yim, lur no cmo know, j A plltjif if Joy W fu her ry: 1 I'rtlnliyho vhipt'rs: ob-.jvlM. Aittlonriftir Uirirm tbe Intlnif lie j Krotu tlifbmrtbi tbt wmmdJlHowail. j Notwuly tlMitr h8tiay !. ' "(iwniy nun ni. iit-v k"' 'Jim, With toe Ear-ache. z-ltin too infernal insolent for an old fhe Funny Man man. iiteverinienueuiosayHuiiimi- TiIe jc.ter's troubles benn...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SrBNCUIITIOX: $-.00 pr Tear, Id Adrrr. NICHOLAS 11. KLAIXE, - Editor "TIIE GEM! THAT IS GIFTED." Tiir citch h o n queer oH balla'U Which I bi-itnl only once nJ f oriret, Eieept thex- two lines of the chorus Which arc" llnserlnar with e yet: So simp e uml w ie in their Isiloni, I think tbeyare wonhjr to con "The senr tost it BlneU it ueer WIU wear like the ireur that is won. Now let m all re.nl It anil lenrn It. If we work with our banil. wo are wise: ThMblnsthit we make will Ik preei'm. The tllnir that we i"nrn we shall prize. The savins Is full ( tnie wl-xlom. The line are w ell w orthy to con "The irear that is Btf tel. It net er W ill oearl.ko the p-.ir that Is won. The world Is all full of ktn'I helper, Anl the lazy can eailv shirk: Most things can be porch iel with money. Ami to huy take le-s time than to work; But remember this proverliof wlsIom, Of u iS'ioi.i well wort In to con The jrear thut I rlltetl. It never ill wear like tho irear thjt U won." Xo m...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 March 1881

THE PODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. MARCH 10 GUBSCBimON: 2O0per year. In arteance. W. B. KUI.TE.EdllorRlidPliblltbrr. THE STARS AND THE MOOS. Last Thursday evening oar ciiiims wit nessed an unuenal spectacle io the sky a bright star in proiimity lo the moon. The position of the etira and the moon were ob served lo be nearly the same at Pueblo, and the tallowing account of this wonderful tight we take from the Chieftain: "Large numbers of people giied upon the antics of the Moon, Venu halurn and Ju piler. Tbe wondeiful star performance com' menced a few minutes afier six o'clock, when the relatire position of tbe moon and start were first Tirible to the niked ere. At tbia time tbe Moon almost obrcured Venus from view, tbe proximity of tbe two heav en; bodies were to near; while to tbe left and farther down in tbe LeaTene appeared tbe dim light of S-iturn, and the bright rats of Jupiter rcinlillatrd aDd fpukled directly beneath Ver.ua and near the Loriion. About an hour and a ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 March 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIME TAasXB - UOlXO EAST. Pastnger..liA.M. rasarnger. IS 55 r.. rrll.i TSorie. freigtit 7.-U0 AJC. , T. S3. V. B. K. annn rssemger. .3:55 a.m. i'aaeengtr. v r.. rrricht.... lr.. Xreiabt.... MBA. Oar subscription lut is iiicreaeing finely, and snbecribcu are paving op- The Social Club are preparing to girt one theatrical entenainmcat. The general warning it look out for s boomirg Arfcsntaw won. Let it come. The "oeauiilul snow" soon disappeared under the genial lays of the eon theearlj part of the week. Prepare jour nusks f-r St. Patrick's day in the evening Thursday, Much 17th. A grand misk ball will be giren in Draper Opera Houe. John O'Hara baa reiuroed from the moun taina whew be haa been engaged foreerer al montka put. He will remain here for a ihort time. The Arkansas rirer ha been in a nariga ble itage for aorne week; that U there haa been aufScicct water in the rirer for nariga tion parpca. T.t anrinv we had raod stoma. This spring we hire beautiful snow falls. Th...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 March 1881

Sawdust Sand Ban. Tm trouble U at Minneapolis, Slinne iiota. There are a large number of saw mills there producing an immense quan tity of lumber annually. For conven ience tbcic mills allow the sawdust and edgings and other thins to fall into the river. The engineers report that this stuff docs a van amount of damage to the nrer, neutralizing work that has been done at great etpensa, and con stantly forming new obstructions where none existed "before. They say that this saw dust, when thoroughly wtt, forms a mucous thit gluu the sand together in lumps, which, suttllng in tho rher, causes bars. They attribute to this cause the formation of hundreds of con stantly changing, fatal obstructions of this rharacter, and are unanimous in do-1 manding an abatement of this nuisance. The lumbermen are opposed to any leg islation on the Mibjict, as it ould en tail upon them the necessity of carting away or burning the dust and edgings, which are now easily disposed of by dumping into the water...

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