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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
Out They Gk &gt; TO NORTH DAKOTA . . ? re &amp; fc » jLUnd bargain oa the market today ; 8 , 000 , 10 , 000 , 30 , 000 and 40 , 000 acres of North Dakota wild land for only 14 . 00 per acre . Oet np a syndicate and eome to fee n » atonce . The Hustlers 156 La Salle St ., Chicago . WM . H . BROWN A CO . STOCKMEH-WriteW . A . Willis ft Co . Emporia , Kas ., for bargaia-Bst ranches in best part of state . - FINANCIAL . ~ m FOR SALE Wotf fiOLDFARMMORTSASES S ^^ per Is domed by strongest company la the S 0 *?*)!** -. „^ erenoe--FlnirNatloaal Bank . CLARENCE MOORE . 404 Chamber of Commerce , Chicago . HOTELSL ^ 5
W-ye for Hog rasture . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
W-ye for Hog rasture . A correspondent writes Wallacs s Farmer to know whether there ia any clanger in pasturing pregnant sows on rye . There is a common opinion that rye fed to pregnant animals will produce aboration . If the rye contains ergot , there ia danger not merely of abortion , although we think tliat danger is over-estimated , but danger of producing dry gangrene . The ergot of rye , or any other grain , tends to contract the arteries and hence weakens the circulation at the extremities . The hoofs become affected witb dry gangrene , tbe skin of the nose peels off and in hogs the bair will coma off ; all the result of weakened circulation of tho extremities . It is , therefore dangerous to feed chopped rye that contains ergot , or rye straw . Tbe ergot can be readily detected by the long , black grains known among farmer as spurred rye . We do not see however , wby there should be any * danger in allowing pregnant sows to pasture on green rye , or rye in any other stage ,...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
^^ WeWh . MmMiZmmim , DOCTOR SWEANY Thelongist , established , most successful ¦ tie reliable apeclallst In diseases ol MEN WE CURE TO STAY CURED , NERVOUS DEBILITY . VARICOCELE . HYDROCELE . STRICTURE . RUPTURE . BLOOD POISON , KIDNEY anl URINARY DISEASES . Etc . and all reflex complications unit associate fig . eases . To tlreno maladies alone we have earnestly devoted the best yeara of our Uvea , we make no charge for private counsel and clve to each patient a LEGAL CONTBACT to hold for our promises . Office Hours-8 a . m . to 830 p . m . Sunday . 10 a . a . to 2 p . m . only Dr . SWEANY &amp; CO . 323 State St .. Cor . Congrsss . CHlCACO , ILL nUDKWSTEELROOFIN ^ Sj ^ pilll _ J ^^^ l ^ # ^^ saoasf 53 M ^ H * M fcrS ^ i ? wSSbt ^ £ ? Armour s Extract of Beef for Soups , Gravies and Beef Tea I Armonrci Company Chicago . ¦ *» w * w ****» - ^^ - - -- ~ —
i SHOW AT mm [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
i SHOW AT mm Ore That Was Significant « f * Great Change to CtontM Customs . WESIEiar BARBARISM KAIES WAY Divinity THt Doth Hedge About • ( Cliinrse ) King Geta a V «» Severe Jolt . TYfctaff . Jnn . 8 . —The re-entranee ef M ,.. fliiiiose emperor into Peking yea-tti-il-iv wns the most remarkable epl- . rile in the nnnnls of the dynasty , save ihe lliirlit of the Chinese court when Pr-klne wns bombarded by the allies . Tin spwtncirlar phases of the return of flic court exceeded expectations .. Tlio fortpgo vas a sort of glorified , lord wnvor i siiow , and waa a bewlldertng bitViiiirli : exhibition of Oriental tinseled 81 &gt; lr ! l &lt; l &lt;&gt; r . IlilefSianlflcaKe * ofthe Show . Its cliitf significance was the oomilPti olTiucifteiit of the traditional dell . it i-rn of Chinese royalty . Forelgnrs ww given greater facilities of witiwsing the ceremonial than would • ave lieen afforded them at moat . moiKiin courts . The scene at the jliien gate wh...
"EftOE PiRTNERS . " [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
EftOE PiRTNERS . A T-i- __ t 8 ftoy of KjmUtf bf Howard Fielding . Wis feMi Hcwtri tlw « r !* l rights for this ¦ tenla oar p *&gt; cr ud will betia Ita pablieatioa ia a tnr dara . Tte Canowtag con . » . n » Trt « by one who In * ten permitted to Me thc opening chapters will give our reader * a luggertlon „ l the treat ia ttore fc , them : Eqiwl partners in what ? Tiiere ls * mystery locked up In this title . And ln _ seeklnsr Ma solution the first person we meet Is Brenda . She Is somewhat of an enigma herself . The author calls her the smooth product of all the social refinements . But that may mean a great many things . After reading of . the stabbing of the actress why should Brenda wi » h to go to the scene of the crime ? The broker s name mentioned In the -newspaper account may have something to do with It Why should the policemen whom Brenda meets in the doorway seem to fill all the space and their heads to tower to the housetop ? And then it Is very strange that the ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
| . g . ¦ - I HAVE YOUR MOMME ? SAID HE . This picture shows the heroines ( there are two of them ) in our next serial story r i Equal Partners i By Howard Fielding ft wilt , take a shrewd guess to tell who are the equal partners . If you tvill record your guesses-as the : itory develops you can see how near jrou have come to it . . I
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
01 LOO % J olrand watertight . \ J AAMT OPMMTRIENT 8 IN j Kllmt THE CORN PLANT I VVSSL 18 INTHE GRAIN . HOW TO SAVE J A PIT THE OTHER 4 U-SML . HOW TO BUttD . A . , HOW TO FILL B ^ lf WHAT TO FILL WltH HOU Kalamazoo Slip anil Tank Co . Kalamazoo , Micb . « W M SIat | V j / M Have You Raised Hogs Long Enough . « 2 | To know that hogs fed on strong concentrated feed snd cashed to maturity , *^ jffi _^ 9 £ ^ v Must Have Something to De- . j ^ IIL fe ^ JTOj stroy Worms and Stimulate \ \ ** 3 zSmm _ r and Aid Digestion ^ _ * ssatB &amp; ^ oraer to g et j , eBt resn U ; a # MJ VESEYSTAR ANTI-CHOLERA Ve \ is guaranteed to do this to your satisfaction or money refunded . Cures sick herds and pro- % » »* vents disease . * v | HSr 69 . O 0 PER DOZEN BOTTLES . jlj jjR 85 . 0 O PER HALF DOZEN BOTTLES . ] Rf ( ut Address : ™™ ^~ IjiT I ANTI-OHOLEEA CO ., I ^ Union Stock Yards , - - - CHICAGO , ILL . fl gg ^^ a ^^^^^^ gl ^^^ a ^^^ g ^^^^ i Pig Forceps Are to be Sold at JACK-KNIfE-JACKS fo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
^^ TKe v Ho ^ Cholera Season W % -J ^? id Jty ^ * ^_&lt; b ** - *&lt; + ^~&lt; 4 _\ How to cccssfully treat this dread disease is a subject of aU abe * e ~ K / ik r \ y \ nSk ^* T ? \ Am sorbing interest to tbe American farmer . m ^ Kl A \ ?) )\ I ) % lSd __\ Z £ NOLrEUM will cure Hog Cholera and ^ wine Plague Bi __ iWikLfmi . Lm __\ immm , _^_ m *** v ***** * * in their varly stages and will absolutely ^ VM ^ B ^ U . l L ^ kmWHl ^^ BlK ^ H prevent their spreading . ^ EH ^^^ BiL ^ R ____________________ J ______ i _______ H ZENOLEUM l 8 no , on B er an experiment It has stood ^^^ tm- _ - _ ---------------- \ _ -W ! -Kmr ~~^~~ ~~~~~~ * t , ie most rigid tests that science and skill ^ V ^ H ^ H ^ HIHHHHHBIMHIP could subject it to . It is in use at the present time at all the leadExperimental Stations in tbis country and is used and endorsed by America s leading live stock men . ENOJLEUM lus been selected by tbe management of the International Live Stock Exposit...
HEPBURNTALKSDITCH [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
HEPBURNTALKSDITCH Thinks That if We Work It Right We Can Favor Our Own Ships . HAB SO DOUBT WE QLS rosm ? And So Ver . for the Panama Proposition— Scbley to Have His Case Ileviewed . ^ Ta » TjlB ? t - / n . lav .. ? . —Th » J ! r «? T 7 t * 9 Vt the contest between tht Nifarasriu and Panama routes for tL ; i .-th :: iiaii canal wf-ro hoard in tho s ^ nalo yesterday . Morgan off .-rod and . st-ourwJ th - adoption of a resolution which Indicated his pnrpos « j to have the committee on interoc « anic canals Inquire into the relations al !« .- _ r » .-d to exlai l « tw « : « .. i the tr . ! r :. v-contirK-ntal railroad ¦ . companies of the United States and Canada and the Panama Canal company . In explanation of the resolution Morgan declared that tfce alleged relations were a wicked monopoly which already had cost the people of the PaciTic coast million ! , of dollars . The relations ln voire the control by the Manama Canal company of the Panama Railroad company and the agreement exist...
MINERS BURIED ALIVE [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
MINERS BURIED ALIVE Nearly a Score Caught by a Fall of Earth in the Negau nee Mine . 50 HOPE THAT THET CAS BE SAVED Two Taken Out Dead , and One Alive —Survivor s Story—Rescuer * Hat- at Work . 5 mwaub » e . Jan . S . —A special to The Sentinel from Negaunee , Mich ., says : The most distressing accident occurring in this county for years took place at the Negaunee mine yesterday noon , by which from thirteen to seventeen miners are thought to have lest their lives . The accident was the result of a cave-in at the bottom of the old shaft , and had it occurred half an hour sooner about LVi men would have been killed . The names of the dead , so far a * known , are : William . Williams , John Sullivan . John Pascoe , John Tearce and Jacob Hunlal . a . Story of a Survivor . Thus far but two bodies have been taken out . Iluulalla s and an Italian ; Dominic Basso , alive . Basso s story ls as follows : We were sitting around the pump at the bottom of the shaft when , without any warning ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 8 January 1902
_ .. . ; ;*¦ ^^ jajjufo ^ ^ &gt; Chicago s greatest cash retailers &lt; Stete and Van Buren Streets . 5 January Sale Table Linen , Towels , Etc . ; C Onr annnal sale of linens , a sale of interest to every housekeeper in the Land . We ve plaa- , C ned to mSe 190 ^ s iten sa ? e loig remembered-tbe values are simply beyond comparison . &lt; P . turn Cloth ., of all linen damask , Linen T-We Damask , JM ^ ™ ^^ * \ &gt; W size , slightly soiled , formerly sold nches wide , silver bleached , reducefl JKfen | V € at « 1 . 30 , special to « J * i )^ Q g ^ . ^? . ^? . 34 C ffisBBsS Pattern cioths . io 5 of aMlnen dam- Turkey Red Table Dun * £ «* M ^^^ f # ask , 2 and 2 i yds . long , reduced to Scotch makes , mill ends of li to 2 * j ^ WX ^ K 1 &gt; half price for this great 1 A A yards , worthoSc , .... _\_\_^ t ^_ ¥ ^^^ i- ^ # y sale ... 1 # 4 V j yard • fl ^ S ^ H ®!^ S * J Remnants , of bleached table damask , 58 inches wide— j ^^^^ l ^^ S $ . S ...
LIVE STOCKMARKET [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 9 January 1902
LIVE STOCKMARKET Estimated Receipts . Cattle - - 9 , 000 Hogs - - 33 , 000 Sheep - - 12 , 000 Good Demand For All Fat and Useful Beef Cattle . prime Cows and Heifers Were Also Strong Sellers . Feeder Trade Not So Lively but Prices Held Steady . Bulk of Hogs Sold 5 c to 10 c Higher But the Close was Weak . Prices are Now Around 10 to 15 cents Lower Than Monday . * Heavy Sheep Lower , Light Steady , Lambs Steady to Higher . General . Union Stock Yards , 3 p . tn ., Jan . 9 . Receipts for today compared with a week ago show a decrease ot 1 , 000 cattle , a decrease of 10 , 000 hogs and an increase of 1 , 000 sheep . Compared with a year ago the receipts show an increase of 2 , 000 cattle , an increase of 1 , 000 hogs and an increase of 5 , 000 sheep . Receipts at Chicago Stock Yards tor 1901 to date , including today s estimate with comparative figures : CATTLB BOOS IBIIP * BOMBS CARS 1 X 2 .... 85 , 401 327 , 601 114 . 631 2 . 463 8346 1 W 1— 88 , 149 283 . 987 104 , 371 2 , 123 9 , 0...
CALVESONSKIMILK [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 9 January 1902
CALVESONSKIMILK How to Raise Calves on Skim Milk and Grain Saving Butter Fat . FEAST OF REASON AT TOPEKA Kansas Stock Breeders Talk Ser * ious Business and then Enjoy Relaxation . ( Special to CHICAOO LIVE STOCK WOBLD . ) Topeka , Kan ., Jan . 7—Prof . Otis of the Kansas Experimental farm , demonstrated to the Kansas Breeders Association today that calves can ba raised on skim milk and grain , enabling the farmer to sell tho bntter fat . Not only did he prove this without feir of dispute but hs also showed that the skim milk calf was superior to the ona raised with its dam . He also emphasized the value of dried blood In raising vigorous healthy calves and in saving the lives of woak ones . Skim milk and shelled oorn were the feeds he recommended . A test of six months with a lot of skim milk fed calves showed a cost per head of 85 . 27 or . 1 . 20 per hundred pounds while calves raised on whole milk cost $ 15 . 72 at the same age or $ 5 . 40 per hundred and those allowed to run wit...
HORSESSELLSTEADY [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 9 January 1902
HORSESSELLSTEADY Heavy Run of Good to Choice Horses Today . GOOD DRIVERS AND DRAFTERS Appearances Indicate iMarket Will Not Stand Heavy Receipts . Along with the usual run of common to good horses there wore consignments of fed and finished drafters and drivers thai featured today s auction . P . A . I . nmel , 6 t Camp Point , 111 ., disposed of a consignment of finished harness horses , tlie bes tj seen here for some timo . The majority 6 ? the load were under the persona ; care pi the veteran horseman for some time and were a smooth lot , ranging in prices fronj $ 375 down . Medium grade drivers wefp steady and tho run was quite sufficient tflj fill all orders . These sold mainl y around $ 110 . Some choice drafters were among ? the offerings and in the forenoon auction sold from $ 10 i (^ 3 l 7 . 50 , with common to fai * $ 90 ^ 150 . j J . L . Harshbargcr , of Arthur , Illinois ^ had In tho best load of heavy drafters even consigned to this market for sale . There were twenty ,...
AROUND THE YARD [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Livestock World — 9 January 1902
AROUND THE YARD Mr . Nelson Morris left last night via the Burlington for a two or . three months soj Journ at his favorite Gone to place , Santa Darbarr , - California . California . Mr . Morris was not able to get around and bid all his many friends good bye in person but desired to reach theint through the LIVE STOCK WOSLD . Mr . Mor * ris Is v . g ixt among the commission men _ i _ much that he is always missed when away * When here he thoroughly enjoys getting out and buying cattle ln person just as he did in the days before the Union Stock Vards were opened . • • • « Colorado has a large domain that is set on edge and dont offer many seductive inducements except as a prospecting ground for tfich In Flocks men who want to delve and Herds , for gold lu the rocks . But Colorado is large in dimension . ? , proud of her towering piles of rocks aud has plenty of territory on which to graze and feed several million head of livestock ; She Is rich in cattle , sheep and heroes . In her...