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Bøker Bok 110 av 11The corn crop," as Mr. SB Ruggles remarked recently in Chicago, " is condensed and...
" The corn crop," as Mr. SB Ruggles remarked recently in Chicago, " is condensed and reduced in bulk by feeding it into an animal form, more portable. The hog eats the corn, and Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate ; for what is a. hog, but... "
Proceedings of the National Ship-Canal Convention, Held at the City of ... - Side 50
1863 - 248 sider
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The Canadian Canals: Their History and Cost, with an Inquiry Into the Policy ...

William Kingsford - 1865 - 191 sider
...bulk by feeding it into an animal form more portable. The hog eats the com, and ' Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate ; for what is a hog but...fifteen ' or twenty bushels of corn on four legs." — Speech of Mr. SB Ruggles, of New York) at the Canal Convention of Chicago, June, 1863. Report 49....
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The Canadian Canals: Their History and Cost, with an Inquiry Into the Policy ...

William Kingsford - 1865 - 191 sider
...by feeding it into an animal form more portable. The hog eats the corn, and " Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate; for what is a hog but fifteen " or twenty bushels of corn on four legs."—Speech of Mr. SB Buggies, of New York, at the Canal Convention of Chicago, June, 1863. Report...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volum 19

1867
...bulk by feeding it into an animal form, more portable. The hog eats the corn, and Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate ; for what is a hog, but fifteen or twenty bushels of corn on four legs ? " Mr. Ruggles furI [Mareh, ther observed, amid the laughter of his audience, that the three hundred...
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Chicago: Past, Present, Future: Relations to the Great Interior, and to the ...

John Stephen Wright - 1870 - 432 sider
...feeding it into an animal form more portable. The hog eats the corn, and Europe eats the com incmHog. Corn thus becomes incarnate ; for what is a hog but fifteen or twenty bushels note. ot corn on four legs ? It is among the many providential features, of which this subject is full,...
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Triumphs of Enterprise, Ingenuity, and Public Spirit

James Parton - 1871 - 677 sider
...bulk, by feeding it into an animal form, more portable. The hog eats the corn, and Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate ; for what is a hog, but fifteen or twenty bushels of corn on four legs ? " Mr. Ruggles further observed, amid the laughter of his audience, that the three hundred millions...
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Cities of the world, Volum 2

Edwin Hodder - 1881
...greater than Demosthenes ever received at Athens : " The hog eats the corn, and Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate : for what is a hog but fifteen or 80 C1IICAOO WATEK-WOBKS. twenty bushels of corn on four legs ? " And extending the sublime idea still...
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Peculiarities of American Cities

Willard W. Glazier - 1884 - 564 sider
...bulk by feeding it into an animal form, more portable. The hog eats the corn, and Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate, for what is a hog but fifteen or twenty bushels of corn on four legs?" The business of pork-packing has attained enormous proportions in Chicago. It has entirely superseded...
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A History of the United States Since the Civil War, Volum 1

Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer - 1917
...Article on Cincinnati in Atlantic Monthly, August, 1867. "The hog eats the corn and Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate, for what is a hog but fifteen or twenty bushels of corn on four legs?" — SB Ruggles, quoted in Atlantic Monthly, March, 1867, p. 331. PORK-PACKING 235 north to Minnesota...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volum 19

1867
...bulk by feeding it into an animal form, more portable. The hog eats the corn, and Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate ; for what is a. hog, but fifteen or twenty bushels of corn on four legs ?" Mr. Ruggles further observed, amid the laughter of his audience, that the three hundred millions...
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City of the Century: The Epic of Chicago and the Making of America

Donald L. Miller - 1997 - 704 sider
...animal form, more portable," a contemporary explained. "The hog eats the corn, and Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate; for what is a hog, but fifteen or twenty bushels of corn on four legs?" The hogs processed in Chicago in 1864 alone would reach all the way to New York City if placed in single...
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