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Aun Ahuor, Thübsday, Oot. 27, 1873. Applks- Green, 40@60c. Butter - 25c. Beef- Krom wagon, $l.50@5.50. Corn- oíd 55 -New 25c. per bu. Chiokens- Dressed 6@8o. Dbessed Hoos, - 4.50@500. Eaos- Command :iu(323c. Hay- $15@20 per ton, aecordmg to quality. Honey- Ín cap, 22@25c. Lard- The market s tumis at 8@9c. ÜNI0N8- $1.00. Oats- 30@35c. Pot atoes- New 80(90c. Tübnips- 30@40c. WHKAT-White 1.30@l.S5; Amber1.20:gl.S5 Detroit ProduceMarket. Latest quoUtions tor leading articles of country produce- Noy. 27. are as follows : Wheat- white, $138,1.50: amber, $1.37@1.4O. Barley- $1.75(gl2.40per nental. Eye- 7O@75c per bu. Coen- 4t@50c. Oats-38S41c. POTATOES- 75c@95c Drkssed Í4.75(5.25. Hay- 16@$25. BUTTEB- 18,)2c. Eoos- 20@24. Lard - 7@8c. Honey- 28@22p. Wooi,- 30á40c. per Ib. Detroit Live Stock Market. From the Detroit Free Press. Michigan Central Cattlb Yakds ) Mouday, Nov. 24. Shipments to this market still continúes to be of a local nature, extending to nearly all the interior points reached by our State railroads. On Monday last a number of cars loaded with cattle from the Chicago market were receired, lolding out prospecta of a rene wal of Western trade, but no more arrivals occurred, such as did arrive being a fine class of hogs for our packing houses. The absence of northwestern stock gi ves this market wider opportunities, such as disposing qf third-class lots, which at other times would be beneath the notice of buvers anrt almost unsalable. We give below the receipts for the past week, and also same week last year : TROM jnCHIOAN. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Week ending November 24, 432 9,504 3 073 Week ending Nov. 25, 1892, 628 7,201 1,400 Tottl, 1,060 16,405 4,473 FEOJt OTHER STATKS. Cattle. Hogs. Week ending November 17, 788 Week ending Nov. 24, 1872, 335 3,421 loia'. 335 4,259 CATTLE. The supply was quite libera!, and the total absence of cattle irom markets outside of the State stimulated pricea and helped to sell lots with some show of activity. The qualities were a little superior to last week, giviug better satisfaction to buyers, being more auitable to the various demanda. Lots purchased for shipment Eastward brought respectively : For medium quality, areraging 1,100 lbs, 3 25, and lots averaging 900 and over 2 75 ; poorer qualities were mostly bought up by the head at about $2 and 2 50 per hundred. It required the very choicest article to command 14 per hundred - something which last year at this time brought tti. There was a good feeling throughout the market of Saturday and Sunday, with a marked improvement in the manner of transacting business. HOOS Lots arrived freely under the slight advance of last week's market, and all the packing houses are busy using up the various ments which are sent in under contract. The improvements in qualities continúes ; same very choice lots come In from the interior of the State. Indiana contribuios the same quantitr as noted last year, and some Yery fine lots. The competition grows stronger each year and new faces are to be seen in the market weekly Packe's lots brought $3 82 ; mixed Iota, $4 79 and light weights f3 50a3 60. As will be noticed shipments from other States increased greatly duriug the week. aiiEEP. The market was more buoyant than for some weeks, though pnces were about the aine and the command ooutined to vendors in inutton, pelts bnngiug such a low figure buyere view lots differently than at the same time last year. Choice lots, coarse wooled qualities, brought 4 and $4 10, and averaged 100 lbs and upwarda. Medium qualities brought ?3 50, but were Tery choice for mutton, or, as vendors plirase it, "dress very finely." Indifferent lots went by the head - being of mixed qualitiea- at $1 50 and $1 75 per head. Kino's Cattlk Yards, ) Dktkoit, Monday evening, Nov, 24. J CATTLB. The supply was small this morning, and there was a better average of fat cattle in proportion to the wbole number offered. The ruling prices were about as last week for the same quality. Buyers were not very active in picking up lots but fiually cleared out all desirable ones. Sales were made under the following quotations : Choice beeves, young, large, well fattened, weighing from 1,200 to 1,400 lbs. $3 50 o 4 25 Uood beeves, well fattened, steers and hoifers, averaging 1,050 to 1,100 lbs, 3 00 o 3 50 Medium grades, fair steers, averaging 950 to 1,050 lbs., 2 50 a 3 00 Working cattle, well fattened, averaging 1,000 to 1,500 lbs., 3 25 a 3 50 Cows, common to choice, 3 00 o 3 25 Common stock, medium steers, and fair to extra cows, in decent flesh, 800 to 1,000 lbs., 2 50 o 3 25 ïhiu cattle, 2 25. a 2 50


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