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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
- _ -B--- _ - _________ H ___ B ______ B s f —ss—« . ——- Millions In It ! Millions of Acres of the Finest Farming and Brazing Lands In Western Canada open for settlement . Small Taxes , Cheap I &lt; uel , Good Climate .. Lands soil at $ 3 PER ACRE , payable in ten annual Installments . Why rent a farm when you can buy for less ? Thousands are going . For full information apply to A . C . SHAW , G . A * P . Ii . ; Cianadliin Pacific RaUway , 223 South Clark Street CHICAGO ,
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
A . J . WHIPPLEdcl Membara Cr . lc-. _ o Stock Ex change . ^ STOCKS . BONDS € . Qyy-M ~~ t &gt; \ t \\__ Prompt Attention Given Orders on tho Chicago Board of Tr &amp; de . I PRIVATE WIRES TO PRINOIPA . EXCHAN &lt;? lE- &gt; Main Floor New York Life - Buildin ? &lt; C I of i iC _ ___ Send for oar January Investment Circular . M W . J . COX . . n ? 1 v _ r . ^ j . cox as _ e el DEALERS IN I Tejcas , Jfebei Mejeico and Old M ** , ; I CATTLE &amp; RANCHES 1 Range Orders and Correspondence Solicited . Asfe for Wii ¦ I
^ mjowm [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
^ mjowm . TM ¦ . H ? s a Tasta of Snow ^ T ^ That Neari ^ SIHu * . ¦ a iyzes ^ Things- . i ^ n trn ^ M ^ ™ BAST on . - to Eig hteen Inches Dcepl , ! , Wll ,. „ Tr .. ul . Ic KecplnB t _ o ... KJifcts Passable . ...,, . rv . ] , IR . _ -NCW York city , r ^ .,, iho l . nn . t of the fiercest , ! ,, ihit has struck this secr ^ nl n , Ivy ^ neo the great biiz- ¦;; ? isstS . nwlnnlns soon after tinl ht the rtorm incrensed rapidly bv , 1- vl . rc » U tho whole city was Si , lv s » u , wod under . The rising f ::,., o • ii * pile i » ii « i «» snow , n L . t drlfis ( bat for a time almost susI i raffle , except in the main thor- , ! ,,, . where tho car tracks were v I- I • i . t opon l &gt; . v the constant nse of ° • „ ,. » . ml sweepers . Communlca- •;! ?¦ nnVn M . Xtmn and Brooklyn !^ u cct to long delay . The ferry- , ; Ha-dioUwl rivers , and the work of -l oats , liters nnd skipping gonerSir was almost at a standstill . Mad to Stop loading Vessel * So heavy wns the snowfall th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
E . W . WAQNBR GRAIN ¦ i . AND , |&gt; PROVISIONS Member of Chicago Board of Trade , 709 RIalto Bldg . Cblcago . , Personal attention given to speculative accounts and Consignments of Grain . Daily market letter mailed free npon application . . J Geo . McCutcheon &amp; Co . COMMISSION MERCHANTS . Wo solicit your business . Poultry , Veal , Game , Butter , Bggs and Furs . GIVE US A TRIAL . pPP _ r Prompt returns guaranteed . * % Y »! A chfe , ^ i , }? , dMP No-, s * so- FOR BALE-CATTLE . LARGEST HERD REGISTERED SHORTHORNS IN THE UNITED STATES - __ js- . ? na ^ -w ¦ I have for sale 60 Bulls SBHK J MD from 10 to 30 months ot _\_ M _ fiSemg tbe low-down blocky , beefy Jn _ B 3 _ 9 type . They are Crutok- _ S | K % JP Shank and Crulok-Shank ¦ ^ ¦ BBHaw topped . Very fine bulls . Addrcis ALBERT HARRAH , Newton , la . Free Carriage to Farm . Short-Horn Bulls A choice lot for sale . Good pedigrees , quality and coler . Write for prices . W . H . FULKERSON ft SON , JEKSGTVILL...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
WB A B 80 MB VERY FIN 8 ^ Coach and Driving Horses At ( pseisl lo # prlot to make for tho Boarder * __^__^__^__^ • room WHBt &gt; SEfi OUE CARRIAGE TEAMS . HORSE * BUMMEftEO A JNO WINTERED Ol ^ athajL-ri , __ Meld s , within City Ilmlti THE FINEST STOC **? FARM ia Cook County , JSth STREBT AND COTTAGE QROVB AVE ., CHICAGO . ITH , Manager . h . G . FISfiEtt , i ? rop . FISHER BLDO ^ ^ ^ ^ k Mf m _ W . * sranis « isBiMsni ^ BMMBass _—^_ _ —^_—^_________ . ————————————————— ^ ~ ^ ~^^ ^ ^ ^ ¦¦¦ - -..- —¦¦¦¦ . -- Y - - - , , — - ... | jC _ - _ 7-M ^? S- ^_ Sr-FW ^^^ P *_&amp;^ IgB K . rl !! . ^^ R ^ Hi i »«« - Hc , *„**^ 1 f „ f 1 ^ ttt 3 _^ 5 ^^ r a _ 3 ¦ a ^ f . 19 # * Joffw &gt; B » i 7 &gt; £ « oS « inii riowcr Btttt ) 16 o » nta . \^^^ mM ^^__ \ W ^ _ M MMm * t 7 fl 80 « f ¦ » ¦ » ¦ »¦ » •*¦ r- *—*•*«¦•• •— « - ¦ -f-iiiiTnn Trir ^ TsPtlmFMm &amp; vM M B % \ I—I _? ., „ 7 * , v ? O 4 ,, 1 4 Juts of isHTittlilila , toRcth » r wilh onr gre »» B «...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
Geo . C . Callahan &lt;&amp; Co . Produce Commission . BUTTER , POULTRY , EGGS . GAME . VEAL , ETC . 917 SO . WATER STREET . CHICAGO . Telephone , Main 3630 , References : Hibernian Bank , Commercial Agencies . UCftlliirte WnlTC fi- vO « J ^ ^ » C _ taw . Boart of Tf ** Oommlsslon Meircliants , STOCKS , GRAIN AND PROVISIONS . ¦ fi ** I a Co HA C * sfhlar-afrrk . Ill Send for our Market Letters on both toy l _ B _» Blie Jl » , V . nlt ; agO t III . KowYork Stocks and Grain . \ f _ Ct £ iIYi $ iSu K ?^ rilEJ @ l Board of Trade ; Chicago Stock Exchange . Commission Merchants — and Stook Broken . Branch Office : 16 Exchange Bulldlnf , 100 and 101 Eialto Building , • CHICAGO . Union stock Yards . ¦ _ | f ^ , ¦ | Room 198 Esc * ian ? 3 BUj , Hately Brothers , « - ~** COMMISSION MERCHANTS . ^ ^^ oESL * ORDERS EXECUTED FOR * — Grrain « Ss Provisions T ^ VSfil &amp; f ** JOHN MILLER , ESTABLISHED 1831 B . W . 3 C 3 «[ r _ John Miller &amp; Co . ^ g £ HE _ r __...
HOUSE IS UNANIMOUS [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
HOUSE IS UNANIMOUS Republicans and Democrats Vote Together on a BUI ftalative to the Revenue . HO VOTE AGAINST WAS TAX BEFEAL flow It Came About—Taft Suggests a Policy for Our Oriental Archipelago . Washington , Feb . 18 . —Tlie nnexfoeted happened ln the bouse yesterday -when the bill to repeal the • war revenue taxes was passed imanliuously , tvltjiout a - onl of debate . This action was the outcome ol * a challenge thrown down by lllchardson of Tennessee , the minority leader , after the adoption by a strict party vote of a upeeal order for the consideration of the bill , which permitted debate upon lt until 4 p . m . to-day , but cut off all opportunity to offer amendments except sucb as had been agreed upon by the ways and means committee . The adoption of the rule had been preceded by a stormy debate , ln the course of which the Democrats protested against the application of the gag . Which Hay of Virginia charged wns meant to prevent a free expression , not only by the Democr...
HOPE OF THE BOERS [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
HOPE OF THE BOERS Which la Bringing Two of Thctr Agents Ovsr to This country . IRISHMEN SAID TO BE PL 0 TTTNQ Beign of Terror ln England Their Idea—Trial of Commander Krttzinger Begun . Paris , Petit J 8 . —Dr . Leyfs , Bniopean agent of the Boers , sard yester day regarding the object of the trip to the United States of the Boer delegates , Weasels and Wohnarans , that they were going to the United States in response to invitations from Amerl a H . WES 6 KU , can pro-Boers , with the view of making au arrangement for the distribution of money contributed by the people of the United States for the Boer cause . In other quarters , however , ths impression is that the journey la prompted by the developments of the Anglo-German controversy as to tlie attitude of the powers previous to tho Spanish-American war , which , the members of the Boer delegation believe , has produced a change of eentlment in the United States toward Great Britain . Utah to Help tbe Doer * . London , Feb . 18 ....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
!* j You are Losing Money Feeding Hogs WoVj U / UNLESS YOU FEED &amp; jjj Vesey s Star Anti-Cholera . % &gt;( 4 * - _____ * Otherwise your hogs will get wormy , ft iff frOpO ^ ft digestion will be impaired and food ft \ \ i / l ^ QftaO costing you a cent a pound will go un- L \ li ftwwT digested and wasted . ;; J \ J / Save f-eecl and you xvill save mo -ae ^ r . M \|/ If not Satisfactory Money will he Refunded . h \ Bg ««« si——_—_—^_—¦¦_—¦_—¦__¦_—¦—¦¦¦¦ ssa • . ; iy PEICE $ 9 . 00 PER DOZ . $ 5 . 00 PER HALF DOZ . ! . . ADDRESSi \ }| j ANTI-CHOLERA COMPANY . » ^ Union Stcck Yards , - - - Chicago , 111 . W WW ^ £ fo ^ P BF * [ Wh \ % J _\\ Burins the next five years the great agricultural IN ^_ I _ P IN * \ Wa ^ © n lying West ofthe Mississippi River will Increase -fail Mi I H __ Bn H wi in popu ! ation and value to *» extent little dreamed of __ B VSr M -HI IBIS by the average American . I - _ -- ^ __ Certainly everything points that way . Our trade F ^*^ SL RW Era- ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 18 February 1902
Not the Lowest Price bnt the . ^^^^^ Cheapest Gas Engine J % u built . Notice the simplicity __¦ _ T _ llM—rlH What Others Claim to Do , We Do . J _ HHBa Orer 100 engines in nse in Chicago in aU sizes , KM _ M __ W _ M _ W _ fMk ____ f beet of references , write for prices to-day . - _ 3—Hs ~ ____ iHEs __ k WHITE &amp; MIDDLET 0 H GAS EHOIHE CO . (| B M W -, „„ . „ , J . M . neUuMer . A . gent . ^ SBHHHiH ^^ r ^ Tele . 1587 Harrison . 815 Dearborn Strstt , Chicago- - ™ T ™ rww- - ^ Swift s Stock &amp; Poultry Foods Made from Blood , Bone and Meat Scraps . Specially prepared for feeding to Cattle , Sheep , Hogs , and Poultry . Send for prices . Chicago - KansasCity Omaha Swift &amp; Company St . tools It . Joseph Bt . Tart ¦ . , C | VARICOCELE : Mfci ? Owed to Stmy Outwl . No Omttlng or P *** 1 JS . MmmJitk Gumrtuitood Owe OP Money Refunded ML _ BT ~ _ E « r __ illfll _ l _ l _____ Under my trwitnwnt tU- Insldlouo &lt; U (» 9 \ I al i i ^ dE _ DLL __ B...
VE STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 19 February 1902
VE STOCK MARKET Estimated Receipts . attle*-18,000-£10*o;oooIheep^20,000ood Demandand Better Values Rule Beef Cattle Trade , rices Mostly Strong to 10 Higher Than Monday Quotations . iutcher Market Shares Strong Current of Trade , Calves Dull . ancy Feeders Making fray up Prices , all Heavy Strong . jght Stockersare Plentiful and Meeting Very Slow Sale . Jarly Hog Market Active And Strong to 5 Cents Higher . ade Trade Slow With More Than Morning Strength Lost . heep About Steady , Lambs Weak to 10 Cents Lower . General . Union Stook Tarda , t p . m ., Feb . 19 . Retylpta for today compared with a wk ago show a decrease of 1 , 000 oattle , a teVeajje of 10 , 000 hoga aad aa iaarmm ^ JMeelpU at Ohleago Stook Tarda for fa to data , Isolndlng today s eatlaaM flth comparative figures : •CAtrta float tanr mans cans ?.;:;&amp;(ggttfijg83- * ...,. DM tajta mjut .. „ i , n © Mlit tilt rmu A .... . IM ...... Receipts and BUpmtata , . , Vhe foUowing is a statement of the tffemeot of Uv...
PROVISIONS DROPPED [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 19 February 1902
PROVISIONS DROPPED Pork a Shilling LowerOther Options Show a Decline . GRAIN MARKETS ARE STEADY Trading on Change Today Was All But Featureless . Losses of a shilling in pork , a nW ty •- ribs and 5 ) sj cents in lard were abrf g j only results of trading on change / * . The farm markets were steady an « fe ¦•- lutely featureless . Wheat opened &amp; : r but closed at about Tuesday s I &lt; s . The corn options sold down but reJ g id toward the close . The oat optij g . id nothing . I j « May pork opened 5 points loj nd went to ( 15 . 70 but recovered son ) ; he loss . The July option acted ins thy and ribs and lard followed suit . I Total Chicago clearances , who / , 000 bu . ; flour 11 , 080 barrels ; corn I ^ wrou , ; oats 10 , 000 bu . Wheat aud flour equals 440 , 000 Im . Estimates for Thursday , wheat 25 cars , corn 75 cuts , oats 80 cars . Flour news today is weak . The north west predicts a better spring wheat movement . Dullness is contributing to the weakne...
MINOR MENTION [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 19 February 1902
MINOR MENTION Continental hogs cost $ 6 . 25 and averaged 250 lbs . A . R . Hubbard of Qulmby , Iowa , sold on today s market a prime bunch of cattle of his own feeding at 7 cents per lb . Harris &amp; Whiteman , McCallsburg , Iowa , was on the market yesterday with load of hogs and load of butcher s stock which sold at satisfactory prices . Hogs brought 45 o more here than they were offered at Marshalltown , la ., when coming through . Mr . Whiteman accompanied them . Frank Scars , Atkinson , III ., sold car of 274 pound hogs to Jay at $ 0 . 35 . Geo . Funk accompanied the shipment . A . Weidlein , Geneseo , 111 ., was on the market today and sold 36 head of 13931 b cattle at 36 . 40 . T . D . Hupp , Webb City , la ., was here today and sold a car of 267 pound hogs at $ 6 . 35 . John Schulte , Mcdiapolis , la ., was here to lay with a shipment of cattle . He reparts fat cattle scarce . S . A . Wilson , Le Claire , la ., marketed hogs today at $ 6 . 35 . He sent in 3 cars of...
POnS SALE IS ON . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 19 February 1902
POnS SALE IS ON . Shorthorn Event in Pro . gress at Dexter Park Today . COL . JUDY AT THE HAMMER . A Very Useful Lot of Cattle Offered the Public . Had the cattle offered at the Potta Shorthorn combination sale , at Dexter Park today , been of Scotch blood they would have sold at double the prices . They were , as a rule , fine looking useful animals in excellent condition , but were not ia fashion and the public runs to fashion in cattle as well as in clothes . Col . C . C . Judy wielded the hammer and an average of $ 139 was realized on the 14 head sold up to noon , the top price being $ 250 . Among the Shorthorn men at the ringside were Frank Harding , Waukesha , Wis ., Wm . Scott , Grand Rapids , Micb ., C . E . Blodgett , Marshfleld , Wis ., W . Bobbins , Horace , Ind ., I . Forbes , Henry , III ., E . W . Brown , Rockford , 111 ., James Murphy , Oxford , Ind ., J . E . Francis , New Lennox , IU ., Frank Davis , Defiance , la ., Louis Berg , Lansing , Mich ., George Emery , Era...