Issue 7 and Volume 22.

WELLS At El Golea, in the desert of Sahara, Africa, a large tract of land has been made fertile with the aid of a single artesian well, which flows 2,000 gallons of water a minute. The William B. Clark Company, of Wilmington, Del., has driven iwo wells on the leather plant property at Ninth and Walnut streets, which flow twenty-two gallons of portable water per minute. The wells are forty two and one half feet deep each, of which two and one half feet was through solid Scranton, Miss., is about to sink a six-inch artesian well, to be about 800 feet deep.

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