Northrop, E. B.; Chittenden, H. A., Jr. (ed.) / The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest
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THE XW isconsin Lumberman, DEVOTED TO THE LUMBERING INTERESTS OF THE NORTHWEST. J ULY, 1874. PRINCIPAL CONTENTS: Inspection of Lumber, 345 '-Up the Line," - 375 The Convention at Williamsport. 346 Vale Lock Manufacturing Co., 377 The Lumber Trade at the East. 349 The Timber Supply, - 386 The Fall Prospects, - -351 Lumber in Mississippi, - - 390 Looking Pine in Wisconsin, - 352 Classification of Wood, - - 393 Hot Facts for LuIl0ermen,' 355 The Inventor of the Circular Saw, 397 The Lumber Business in New York, - 357 Standard Lumber, -398 Rights of Indians on Reservations, * - 359 Reciprocity and the Lumber Trade, - 401 Wisconsin's New Lands, - - 361 Good Advice to the Trade, 402 Wausau on-the Wisconsin, - - 363 Trade and Manufactures of Zanesville, 0., 403 John S. Loomis' Sand-papering Machine, 365 Second Annual Meeting of the Southern Burnettizing, - - - 366 Lumber Association, - - 404 E. Andrews' Saw Works, - - - 368 ! Middle-Men in the Timber Trade, - 405 New Iron Frame Double Circular Saw Mill, 369 Lumber Transportation, - - . - 408 Stave Jointer, - - -372 Markets, Register, &c., - - 409 to 456 Milwaukee Machinery in Japan, - - 374 EDITOR.: E. H. NORTHROP and H. A. CHITTENDEN, JR. MILWAUKEE: THE WISCONSIN LUMBERMAN PUBLISHING CO., GRAND OPERA HOLUSE, 62 ONEIDA S2REET. Yearlv Subscriptions, $2.oo; Single Copies, z5 Cents.
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