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Aun Arbob, Thbsuay, Apr il 16, 18;+. Applf.s- Green. 80s90c. Bdtteii- 84@30c. Beef- ï'rom wagon, $7.00. Cobh- 73@75c. per bu. Chickens- Dressed 9@12c, Dbessed Hogs, - $7.50 Eggs- Command 10@12;í@13c. Hat - $8@14 per ton, aecordmg to qustlity. Honey - Ín cap, 25@30c. Lard - The market standsat 10c. Onioxs- $2.00. Oats- 50c. POTATOEE- $1.00. TüBNIFS- 30@40c. Wheat- White $1.4(l(óJ1.4ri; Amber í 1 . 30(g: 1 .-'!=" TüBKEYS- 10@13c. Detroit ProduceMarket. Latest quotations for leading articles of country produce- April. 16, are as follows : Wheat- white, $1.45@1.57; amber IMIM. Barley- $2.75@3.25 per cental. Eye- 80@90e. per bu. Cobn- 7O@7"3c. Oats- 33@S4c. POTATOES- 1.05@l.J5c. Dbessed Hogs- $7.OOi$7.'2.i. Hay- $14@Í2O. B DTTEB- 32@38c. Eoag- 13@14c. Labd- 10@14c. Hosey- 28(33c. Wool- 35@46c. per Ib. Detroit Live Stock Market. From the Detroit Free Press. Michigan Central Cattle Yaeds ) llonday, April 13. $ The receipts at these yards during the past two weeks were for the week ending April 13. April 6. Through. State. Thro State Horses 248 55 33 Cattle 3,18ö 513 1,725 727 Hogs 11,530 221 11,395 923 Shcep 1,800 530 3Ö7 2,40-t CATTIiE. The receipts of thraugh cattle were largely in excess of the previous week, but from local sources there was a considerable falling off. The'unfavorable returns of last week depressed the market materially, many shippers holding off ntirely unless sellers met their Tiews, while quite a number have still on hand last week's shipments in the East awaiting a favorable turn. With all these influences the markets were decidedly dull and about 25a30c in buyers' favor. - A sale was reported of twenty four stockers, weighing about 800, for $28 a liead. The following would cover the range : Good shipping grades, State cattle, $5 36 o 5 50 Good butchers' stock 4 50 a ó 26 Rough cattle in good flesh, 4 00 a 4 50 Good straight stockers, for shipment 4 50 a ó 0O HOOS. There wa3 a good demand for hogs and late prices were readily duplicated ; the sales at this point were mostly of store pigs ; prices rangod froin $5 25a5 50.. SHEEP The receipts of through lots were about three timea as large and of local about one-fourth as large as last week. Prices show no material change. Kinq'b Cattle Yards, ? DETKOIT, Monday evening, April 13. J CATTLE. There was a dull market at these yards to-day, there being few buyers in forshipping lots, many prominent operators not showing themselves, having been compelled to hold over their shipment of laat week ; prices were clearly 1-4 off, and, perhaps, more. We givo to-day's range of prices : Choice beeves, young, large, well fattened, weighing from 1,2ÜU to 1,400 lbs. I i Ti a 0 00 Good beeves, well fattened, steers and heifers, averaging 1,060 to 1,100 lbs, 3 25 a 4 60 Medium grades, fair steers, averaging 950 to 1,050 lbs., 2 50 a 2 75 Workiug cattle, well fattened, averaging 1,000 to 1,500 lbs., 4 00 o 4 25 Cows, common to choice, i 00 a 4 50 1 Common stock, medium steers, and fair to extra cows, in decent flesh, 800 to 1,000 lbs., '2 50 o a 00


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