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Parent Issue
Day
4
Month
May
Year
1883
Copyright
Public Domain
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wueai - jxo. i, wnrte ï 7U ra 1 ai Flour 5 95 M 5 50 Corn , 48 @ 50 Qats 43 @ 44 Clover Seed, bu 800 (5)825 Apples, $ bbl 8 00 @ 3 50 Dried Applee, $ 1b 8 @ $% Peaches 15 g 16 Cherries 28 @ 34 Butter, $ lb 19 (0 30 Eggs 14 @ 15 Dreseed Cbickens 14 (g 15 Dre6sedTurkeys 16 @ 18 Gcese 11 @ 13 Ducks 13 @ 14 Cbeese 15 @ 16 Potatoes, Y bu 45 @ 55 Honey 18 @ 20 Beans, picked 2 10 @ 2 15 Beans, uupickcd 125 @150 Hay 12 00 (15 00 Straw 7 50 @ ft 00 Pork, dreseed, f 100 ,9 00 k 0 25 Pork, mess 18 50 @18 75 Pork, famUy 19 00 (19 50 Beef extra mess 12 00 @12 50 Wood, Bcecb and Maple .... 8 45 Wood, Maple S 00 Wood. Hiukory 8 00 Coal.Egg 6 35 Coal, Stove ö 50 Coal, Cbestuut 6 75 It is pnmanly thefault of a small bilt terrible boy in the Marland village of Trappe that his siáter's back now resembles a map of the world ,n Mernator's projection. Ho took home from school the other day a quart of ink in a bottle precisely similar to that in which is kept the familv supply of hartshorn linimeut, The pangs of rheumatism in the night, a sympathetie aunt and a hurried search in the dark sufficed to precioitate a catastrophe which has thrown an estimable young woman into the defpest mournin". The immigration to Uakota will be unprecedentedly large this spring. Already mnltitudes of people are on the way.

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Ann Arbor Courier
Old News