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The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest

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The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest
Volume III. Number 6
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Publishing Co., March, 1875

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Contents

[Cover] The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest

Principal contents

New iron frame double circular saw-mill. A description of interest to practical mill men--a fine product of the Reliance Works of E. P. Allis and Co.

[Title page] The Wisconsin lumberman

A new railway project

Advantages of northern Wisconsin, p. 474

Trade in the northwest, pp. 474-475

Insulting Italians, p. 475

An actress's repartee, p. 475

The Upper Wolf. Hon M. P. Lindsley's trip to the woods, pp. 476-479

Business with banks, p. 479

Soundings in the Pacific, p. 479

Chippewa Dalles. End of the fifteen years' struggle regarding the improvement, pp. 480-482

How parliament chokes off a bore, p. 483

A bath in the Dead Sea, p. 483

Sporting notes, p. 483

Watertown. A sketch of the settlement and grow[t]h of the boss bonded city of the northwest, pp. 484-487

Horse disease in the west, pp. 487-488

Iron money, p. 488

Milwaukee and Dubuque. Prospectus of the Milwaukee and Dubuque Railroad Company, pp. 489-491

Black stains for wood, p. 491

Decision of the Michigan Supreme Court relative to log running, p. 491

Lake Michigan and Lake Huron lumber districts, pp. 492-494

About Placerville, Cal. The Sacramento and El Dorado County wood and timber chute--new diches in El Dorado County--how all will naturally combine into our comprehensive system--gigantic timber resources of the country to be developed, pp. 495-406 [496]

Effects of hard times in London, p. 406 [496]

Inspection law. A bill to amend the Michigan inspection law, pp. 497-498

Matches to come to an end, p. 498

Uncle Billy's objections to civil rights, pp. 498-499

The matter with Munich, p. 499

Recording votes by electricity, pp. 499-500

Domestic influence of modern discoveries. Soothing effect of the knife and fork, the hackney coach and a sewerage system upon life and manners, p. 500

Our forests, pp. 500-501

Bearings, pp. 501-502

Philosophy of the welding of metals, pp. 502-503

Fritz Reuter, p. 503

A great swimmer, p. 503

A golden lag, p. 504

A social sensation in Washington, p. 504

The business outlook, pp. 505-506

The progress in logging, pp. 506-507

New French life-saving raft, pp. 507-508

Arresting a bear. Novel suspension of the writ of habeas corpus, p. 508

He finally went. Unsuccessful effort of a German gentleman to beat down a ticket agent, pp. 508-509

The lumber trade of Chicago, p. 509

Remember this, p. 509

Lumbering on the tobacco, p. 509

March, p. 510

The lumber firms of Indianapolis, pp. 510-512

The new Michigan booming law. Text of the bill amending the law regulating the boomage of logs in Michigan, pp. 512-513

The tunnel under the English Channel, p. 513

Logging on the black, p. 513

The Menom[o]nee hunters. To Carlos Wines and Joe. Barber, Thomas, Robert S. p. 514

The Pacific slope. An interesting account of the land beyond the mountains--the California redwood--some astonishing figures--50,000 feet of boards made from a single tree, pp. 514-516

Patents in the lumber trade, p. 516

Enterprise on a sound basis. Unprecedented preparations for the spring trade--a few words about the staunch old drug jobbing house of H. Bosworth and sons, p. 517

Alaska timber. Ship building on the Pacific Coast--memorial of San Francisco capitalists to Congress for an extensive rent of timber lands, pp. 518-519

An outside view. Information concerning the winter's work in the pineries--estimates from each district in Wisconsin--the business out-look, p. 519

Wood manufactures in Russia, p. 519

California timber, p. 520

Farmers' wives, p. 520

Tweed to the rescue, p. 521

An old English legal fiction, p. 521

Milwaukee and Dubuque. Prospectus of the Milwaukee and Dubuque Railroad Company, pp. 522-524

A free lunch by the Cassowary, p. 524

The coming prize fight. Tom Allen, of St. Louis, the Champion, and what he is doing in New York--his battles, and those of George Rooke of Newark, p. 525

Opinions of a Wisconsin lumberman, p. 525

Have a chaw? No, thank you! For figures won't lie, pp. 526-527

Always black, p. 527

A land of stock jobbers. Experience of a New Yorker in the Golden State, pp. 527-528

A new railroad. A meeting at Neillsville to discuss the project of a railroad through Clark County, pp. 529-530

Consumption of sugar, p. 530

Trotting in the east, p. 530

Lumber market, pp. 531-532

[Advertisements], pp. 533-551 ff.


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