Schultz Bridge Company dredge
iron the out no States 7,602 the in i: being Tota likÂ« am BIO SAND SUCKERS. The Monstsr Dredge Bsat *m Â«Â·Â·Â»Â· Pltttbarg to M. LMls, ly Associated Praam, PJttsburg, July 3.--W. H. Kavnanaugh, Â·resident of the Huntington A St. iteamboat company, office 618 Security Miilding, and until a year ago president of the Union Sand 'Dredging company of St. Louis, shipped the oddest sel ever floated from here to St. XMIIS. The boat Is designed for dredg- ng sand from rhe 'Mississippi and filing the low land on the Illinois side he river. It cost $60,000 and waa ty the Schultz Bridge company of pity. The barge is all steel, with loilers, engines and pumps to suck sand from the river into hoppers, Uvelve feet above the deck, holding 1,000 bushels. Cars are run under loppers from the shore, and 200 cars can be Ailed a day, as against cars under the old method.