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CATTLE IN NORTHWEST TEXAS : ' [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

CATTLE IN NORTHWEST TEXAS : The Henrietta ( Texas ) Journal gives some figures relating to the herds of cattlo in that part . - of Texas west of the Indian territory , known as the Pan Handle . The principal cattle men and their herds are D . T . Beuls & Co ., 30 , 100 head ; Copt . Goodnight , 12 , 500 ; Crcswell , lO . OOO ; Torry , 8 , 000 ; Littlefield , 8 , 000 ; McNully , 0 , 000 ; Baker , 4 , 000 ; Carrek , 4 , 000 ; Bugby . 3 , 000 ; Snow , der , 3 , 000 ; Pollard , 3 , 000 ; Coleman , 3 , 000 ; Dickinson , 1 , 200 . There are also several small herds : of from 100 to 1 , 000 . This makes a total of about 120 , 000 head . Of these about 10 , 000 beeves will be shipped during the season , though some estimate that 22 , 000 will be ready for market . Itis fair to calculate that the increase this year from the present herds will average not less than 50 per cent , of the entire number . This will give 50 , 000 calves ; the number that will stop this sea-son-rrom the...

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Sheep Raising . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

Sheep Raising . now England Farmer . , . . No farm animal gives qtiij-. k or returns than the sheep , and no meat sells . lor a better price in markot than the best of mutton ; no meat is moro nutritious , and none more economical to the consumer , and lor the farmer s own table what can he wish better . than a nice piece of J mutton ? And when the value of . the manure is I taken into consideration , I believe that sheep are the most profitable stock that can bo kept on many of-the old worn-out farms of the eastern and middle states . Moreover , such farms can , in afew years , be brought up to a good state of fertility by sheep farming . In many places dogs are a great drawback In the keeping of sheep , and it should be remedied by a wholesale slaughter of the . worthless curs . Let us havo moro sheep and fewer dogs . American-bred sheep , like our famous shorthorns ; tare already being sent abroad for breeding purposes . Recently 200 choico breeding Merinos , Cotswolds and Southd...

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CHICAGO WOOL MARKET . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

CHICAGO WOOL MARKET . r incc our report last weok the wool market here , as elsewhere , has continued strong . As will be seen by the > quotations below , unwashed wools have advanced a tent a pound . Tho demand for medium clothing wools is strong , arid for the reason that tho consumption of such wools , and worsted and delune wools is greater than even the best posted parties anticipated . Goods for men s wear , women and children s wearmade oT wool arc in greater demand than ever . In fact the staple is being more largely consumed by the mills now than it has ever been , to supply presont requirements of trade for seasonable goods , while it is stated—and is no doubt truethat many of the leading mills aro booked entirely on their spring production for 1880 . 1 here is very little wool left in farmers hands , and about all the wools most in request have passed from the lofts to dealers . Fine ileece is meeting with better request at the east . A fair business bus charac...

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BOSTON WOOL MARKET . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

BOSTON WOOL MARKET . Wo clip tho following from theSBoston Journal of Commercei of late date : The market for domestic wool has been very active and decidedly strong , and there has hern an upward movement in values all around . The sol ., 8 are larger than for many weeks . There has been a liberal inquiry for all kinds of wool , both medium aud fine . The movement of large lots of territory wools is particularly noticeable , and also of fleeces . There has likewise been a good gleaning of the California wool in stock . Desirable wools are up about lc in the past week , and the expectation is tbat the market will con . . tinue to strengthen . Advices from Ouio ; are that the wool there has been well cleaned up , and that as high as 30 c is being paid for wool iu the county . The prospect now is that all the wool . will be wanted at full prices . . i j U Advices from the London colonial s » l « i are that About 1 , 000 bale * have been taken on -American [ account . There hns oeen vo...

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DUKE LEOPOLD'S STONE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

DUKE LEOPOLDS STONE . There was once a great Duke Leopold , Who had wit and wisdom ns woll as gold , And used all three In a liberal way For the good of bis people , Uie stories say . To see precisely what they would do , - And how nearly & notion of his came trim , He went from his palace one night alone— . When a brooding-storm nail starless skits Hid his secret from prying eyes— : Tf < i ; . « , A nd sot midway ln the road a stouo . -,. It was notjoo big for a man to movoi- - ¦ ... The Duke was confident on tbat score : •••. «! i „ Yet the weight of the thing was enough to prove The strength of one s muscle—and something more . Something more laughed the Duke , as he strudo Through wind and rain on Ills homewnnl rood ; This time to-morrow f reckon win show If a notion of mine is correct or no . From a window high In the palace wall , He watched next day for tlie passers-hy , And grimly smiled ns they ouo uiiil all , Where they found tlie stone loft the ston...

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SWINE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

SWINE . HOW TO RAISE BERKSHIRES . ; : As in every other branch . of live-stock hus . bandry the tastes and opinions of men differ as to the kind of swine to raise .- Bach farmer carries on his business in his ow , !! way , ndopting such methods as , in his opinion , suits his surroundings or circumstances . The accidents of climate , soil , market , and other things which enter into the account , determines his course . One man s methods in feeding and breeding is very different from another s , owing to tlie experience he has had or the- particular direction in which his tastes lie . One may be a very careful breeder and a liberal feeder , aud in his hands a particular breed will prove of the highest excellence , while animals of the same breed in the hands of another man giving them less attention and care , would fall much below the point reached by his neighbor . Tho latter requires a breed whicli will do moderately well under ordinary or somewhat indifferent us compared with th...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

_ : - - V , — —4 , J . H . WOOD ,, - ., . . S . E .-W 001 V - J AS . AVOOD . . ¦ E . A . WOOD .. ^ •J . * i . r ••v _ ¦ * % * ¦WOODBROTHERS, OO ^ IMIISSIOIT 3 )« £ EI ? , OI 3 : A . IsrTS FOB THE SALE OF AM . KINDS OF f \ , .,. / + u + ADDHKSS .: - .., _ , ; - £ - •,- UNIONSTOCKYARDS, > . -,-. - ~ . : •- . _ p EI IO -A . O- . O . ; ,. - : v ... •. . _<* —— -- * - *¦ ,. : ! ~! ; » i _ r - •.. J ^< I *¦ - *¦ . _ ( 1 * i *^ « - * - •*-. - ¦ „ ..- ! : —* - . ¦ ¦ ¦ - ¦¦ ¦ - — - ¦—¦ - —« ONE PRICE ONLY TO ALL ! -C Jj Jj jjj J } % ( 3001 ) 6 AS 1 «^ KESENTl ? i >! x IjVTIHIE^O^TJXi^.!^O o.. FASHIONABLECLOTHIERSI A FEW REASONS WHY ft- ^ ; i : - ~ r r . ~—r ~~ ^~^ , :-:. ^^ 1 WHAT IS OFFERED YOU SHOULD THADK WITH US . ££ : - ¦ • ^ ¦ - . ^ - -tfcfi IN Olllt MKNS DKlAltTMKNT . ~ . fv ^^ S ^®^ ¦ N AM EL V : We havo got the best lighted store ^^^ - ^ t ^ L . ^ , ^ ^ f ^ J ^ 5 ici : A % V | jr -- 3 ! CW ^ ; - ^~ J ftaj ^ In ml 1 Mens Department you will...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

lii^4A3*fft;>...s:)rOCK;ipkR#.^ BE ^ iCH-E ^ , ^ WILL COUNTY , ILL - V . / . 4 > ¦ * - V r -- - ^ -:. * * 5 . t-:- * -i Jt . i ^ , •\\ i- \~ On Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad . Residence , Half Mile from Station / v , ^ , .,,, : •^\ . r *¦ - „COTSWOLDSHEE^. My l- i . ocic is Gil . r-KDfiEl ) . They are as good as , can bo found iu Ungland . . Those that arc . imported are well acclimated and healthy . Thoso that I have bred are as good as the imported . „ A sheep bred in the country is better than those imported , for tho reason that they have not to go through the acclimating process . - My sheep cost me $ 80 . 00 a head . . . ^ My sheep aro all registered iu the Cotswold Record , except this ycar n lambs , and thoy are from registered sheep and arc entitled to record and will-be recorded at my expense . ; ¦ . . - > < I have spared no expense to make my Cotswolds . the best in the country . ,, - - , I offer them atprices ...

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& v . ' / , * ' ELMWOOD STOCK FARM . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

& v . / , * ELMWOOD STOCK FARM . , . - ¦ . -, « . short distance from the city of Springfield , - Illinois , is Elmwood Stock Farm , which , under . : . ( he direction and management of its , energetic , and intelligent proprietor , Col .-jOiiAiu . ns T-V . MILL S / hastacomo , widely-known for . the superior excelleiice . of its Cotswold . sheo )) . Berkshire . swine , and Jersey cattle . These are the specialties in live stock to which Cpl . MlLLsitdvotes . . hl « attention as nn importer and -breeder , and In which it is hi ambition to excel ; and it is no exaggeration to , say that a close cxainiuUtion of the-herds at Elmwood slices that in form and quality , in purity of blood and individual merits , tlie sheep , and swine , and cattle , there - are surpassed by none and equalled by few , cither in this country or Europe . Col . Mills is not a novice in live -tock mutters . He has given the subject years of careful attention , and has possessed . rare opportunities-...

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LIVE-STOCK _ M ARKETS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

LIVE-STOCK _ M ARKETS . AN UNSETTLED AND UNEVEN MAUKET FOIt HOBS . GENEHA LLY WEAKER FEELING IN THE TRADE . BUYERS . GET A MOBE EXACTING SOKT ON THEIR PUUClfASES . rACKERS STILL TAKING CHOICE HEAVY STOCK , PAYING FOR -TUB BEST SELECTIONS FROM S 3 . 70 @ 3 . 80 . MARKET CLOSES , TAME AND EASY , WITH COMPARATIVELY LITTLE STOCK UNSOLD . FAIR SUPPLY OF NATIVE CATTLE TO- , PAY , BUT VERY PEW- GOOD LOTS AMONG THEM . ¦ NOTHING DOING IN EXPORT GRADES OF CATTLE . DOMESTIC SHIPPERS ALSO DOING NOTII- ., - :. ¦ - ¦ , ! . ING ., STOOKERS AND -FEEDERS MODERATELY - ACTIVE . NO QUOTABLE CHANGE IN- NATIVE BUTCHER STOCK . TEXAS CATTLE IN LIGHT SUPPLY AND FIRM . ,. ; -FAIRLY ACTIVE TKADK IN WESTERN ,. .. CATTLE . • LIBERAL SUPPLY OF SHEEP IN THE YARDS . • VALUES GENERALLY ASHADE LOWER . OTHER MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH . HOGS . OWIOB OJf TUB AMKIIICAH £ } TOCKMAN , : . , CinuAdo , Sept . 24 , 1879 \ BKCKlr-T 8 , ¦ DAILY TOTAL -. „ ,, ., AVJCBAOE . 1679 . Last 21 bours , ending at noon 17 355 £ S , H , sl 1 ...

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'"Seed . Wheat . ' - " : ' •"< '" [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

Seed . Wheat . - : •&amp;lt; Farmers always reckon on a certain number of . bushels tot seed wheat , and we suggest to seedsmen , dealers in stock .- cattle bleeders , Implement manufacturers , merchants , aiid - others , who deslr- -to r « yi rrom tho harvests of the great northwest , to use printers ink , remembering that uu : advertisement is a wludow tm-ough -which all the world may louk into your places of business / The AMEnrcAK STOCKMAN tills the want long felt as a general medium , and from our natrons we are dully-informed oV the fruits of seal sown . . among the western people by cur paper . . Terms furnished / ,.-.. on application . ,- ^ .- *\ , A ~ - , &amp;lt; : S . : r- * J

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INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION . The Inter-State Exposition of Chicago has gained the universal favor of the populace by its excellent representation of the recent progress of the country in important branches of . industry anil art . The financial success of past seasons , and the unquestioned benefit to the city trade , has induced tho public-spirited managers to add conveniences and beautify the buildings for the present exhibition , aiid for variety of . display and general attractiveness ( though regretting the absence &amp;lt; of several prominent features of last year s exhibit ) we think it surpasses any of its predecessors . The various departments are constantly developing new features und attractions , and thousands or people daily promenade the spacious aisles and glean from this groat source of education . Many are confused at the magnitude of the show , and find it difficult to make nice distinctions as to spending their time , but the writer concluded to be systematic , an...

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~^ mv — GLEANINGS FROM OUR EXqjMr 7 G . ES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

~^ mv — GLEANINGS FROM OUR EXqjMr 7 G . ES . ILLINOIS , - r Toulon Herald . —Yesterday , Oliver , Fell * Miner shipped two cars ot hogs , B . Parish tnree cars ot cntthvaiidYJuhii Cole one cnr of hoes . , Tbe . work of preparing Tor lhe . Illinois stato fair , which opens nt Springfield to-dny , has been progressing for some lime , and iu the live-stock department •there are already horses , Jacks , nnd mules , 400 ; cattle , 385 &amp;gt; swine , 7117 ; sheep , 428 : po Jlry , 1-18 coops . Unusually largo entries also in llio horticultural nnd machinery departments . IOWA . Cheyenne Sun . —Stock cars ordered : . Hosier Brothers Ogalnlla , 00 cars September 13 ; li . I \ Johnson , Juiesburg , 3 cars September 20 ; J . J ,. Brush , Juiesburg , -10 cars . Septem ber 25 ; J . M . Ctmdwlck , Cheyenne , 20 enrs October 0 ; Sturgls &amp;amp; Lane , Laramie City , 20 cars October 12 , Eddy vilio Advertiser . —During August there were delivered to the Union Pacific railroad at Counci...

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The Best Reason [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

The Best Reason I 1 I We can give- for the almost universal patronage given by stockmen- and fanners to the clothing house of JAMES . WILDB , J » ., &amp;amp; Co ., corner of Madison and Clark streets , Is that their goods are always as they . are represented , and they have one price to all .- Then , too , they can send forfeit measurement i nles , take their measures as well as though they were ln the rooms -of this fashionable nottae , mid have (¦ their goods sent homo subject for inspection . Try- em ; and youll he satlslled . . - - - - .

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A CHICAGO LIVE-STOCK COMMISSION FIRM [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

A CHICAGO LIVE-STOCK COMMISSION FIRM Tears ago , when the live-stock trade of Chicago was far Sees than lt now is , the firm •X-blch is the subject of this notice was formed , and since that time It has continued , without change In name or membership , to serve tlie stockmen or the west with a fidelity , a prompYness and an ability tvhlchlirst won for the house a patronage second to that of no other llriu In the west , and enabled , t to hold . , that patronage through all the years of financial disaster , and of strong and growing competition . which havo since passed , und at the same time to secure for it a full share of tho new . trade which has sprung up with a rapidity which Is little -less than marvelous . There Is no need of enlarging upon •the difficulties which have beset the path to success—they , como to all and . are overcome by persistent application , by honovnble « deaUng and by business qualifications of tho . highest order . . - Ono cause of the magnificent succes...

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. r . Illinois Central Railroad . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

. r . Illinois Central Railroad . Tne Illinois Central deservedly ranks among the . best ma- aged railroads on this continent . In all of its appointments it realizes tho requirements ot a first-class road , keeping abreast with the . times iu supplying approved Inventions and Improvements which an exacting public demand . TrnvorstiiK tlie great corn and stock regions ot this state , ami connecting with or controlling greai lines outside ot the . state from which lt takes live-stock ln vast numbers , its business in-this trnluo is of groat magnitude . Its facilities in this behalf are very great , securing promptness aud despatch In shipments , at the sumo time affording conveniences which conduce to the comfort ot Uie stock ,- thereby reducing the shrinkage Incident to its transportation over long distances . Tho trattlc manager , J . F . Tucker , Esu . ., is » gentleman of large experience in railroad management and control , and thoroughly understands bis business . He is emphati...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

THENEWBHOWE SEWING . MACHINE The Four Great Requisites Necessary to a Perfect Family Sewing Machine , viz : SIMPLICITY , SPEED , DURABILITY AND LIGHTNESS OF RUNNING , AIIT 3 ALL embodied in this celebrated machine , and a more perfect combination of inehanical principles to produce tliese necessary results cannot be found . Prom the invention and introduction of the Sewing Machine by MR . HOWE ) ind the subsequent manufacture of them by this company , TIHCIEHOWED^^OHHSTE Has been the standard for excellence by all rival companies and manufacturers , and the world over has REGARDED IT AS THE BEST MACHINE . With our many years experience in manufacturing and selling machines we no only know what the public want , but we bare secured the most perfect machinery and the -best skilled labor ; to , produce-that article , and wo . desire purchasers to qoiujjare ^ P 5 L , TS ^ NEW . B with any machine now offered on the market , and they will find that in all . things necessary to a PERFECTL...

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MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS ;; y ^ [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and American Stockman — 25 September 1879

MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS ;; y ^ , IN regard to the- feeding , of neat stook , theses things bave conic to lie pretty clearly understood ; that the office of the non-nitrogenoiis , parts .,. of I food , the starch , gum , sugar and oil , isto--latin .- tain the niitural warmth of the bedy , and to produce fat ; while that of the nitrogenous portions ,, or the albumen , casein apd fibrin , is to repair the waBte of the body tiud to develop muscular growth . Every movement or effort of the body causes a waste or loss in the animal tissue s corresponding as that effort is mild or excessive . While moderate exercise tends to health and strength , undue exertion results in JOBS . Still , from the efforts of the several parts of the body there Is a demand made upon the various substances of the food ; and auy surplus which remains after tho loss of tissues consequent upon work or exertion is made up , goes to production of fat . The non-nitrogenous portions of food are really heat-givers , an...

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