ty of the trouble complained of they are largely assisted in the matter by horses and cattle, who also tramp up the loose dirt and help to convert It into a muddy mixture that rains easily wash down into City creek. A bill has been introduced by our representative, Mr. L. T. Tnttle, to pun-ish pun-ish those befouling the water of the territory. It prohibits the caustruction of any eorral or yard for tho purpose of dipping sheep within two miles of any stream of water used by the inhabitants of any town, city or settlement for domestic do-mestic purpose, and the herding of cattle cat-tle horses or sheep within one mile of any streams of water nsed by the inhabitants in-habitants of any town, city or settlement settle-ment for domestic purposes. The text of the bill included all ant- mals. Ail conflicting interests between settlemenet and sheepmen bepond the two miles limit should be amicably adjected., Manti cannot afford to drive the stock of either class ont of the county. Sheep and Floods-Interest Floods-Interest in tho sheep qnostion and the part they play in producing floods end impure water by reason of being pas tured on the headwaters of City creek is still manifested, and both sides ate fairly represented at fait Lake watching watch-ing the probable ontcoine of the bill uow before tho legislature. That bill is to prevent sheep from being herded in the canyon east of this city. In commencing upon the statements I made by parties opposed to the presence of sheep, Mr. John Hall of Manti says ; that, while it is true the sheep are guil-'