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Ann Ahhok. Th intHiM v. Aril 25, 1S74. Ai'it.kk- Oreen, 8(W.l Ie. liUTTEll - 24,'q BEBT -l''rom wagcm, 7.00. Oorn - 75(cüOe. per bu. Ohiokf.nh- l)reaed SfgH'Jc Deksseiï Hoiik,- f7.50 - Enua- Command 10(312'. .jtttv.w. Hay - $8@14 per ton, accordiug to quility. Honf.y- In cap, S5íilS0c. l.vni) - The market stands at 10c. UN1ONS- $2.00. Oats- 48@5Uc. POTATOKf- Í1.00. Tuknips- 30@40c. Whkat- White 1.4OS11.J,-, ; Amlicl tl.Ww l.?:j Tiikkeïh- 10@13c. Detroit Live" Stock Markel. From the Detroit Free Press. Michioan Central Cattlf. Yards ) Monday, April 20. The receipts at these yards during the past two weeks were for the week ending April 20. April 1. ïhrough. State. Thro State Horses 135 245 Cattle 1,291 132 3,186 513 Hogs 11,210 604 11,530 221 Sheep 905 41X 1,800 530 Muien 20 CATTLE. As there is still a heavy stock of cattle awaitïng sale in the Eastern markets, buyers on jtliipping account were not active during ths week in gathering up nor forwarding to this market. The receipts were nearly all through cattle, with a light supply, and holdera were able to eommand their terms, holding tirm for last week's prices, which no one has forgotten were high. The purchases for this market were mostly from Illinois cattle, while the few State were mostly ■hipped) stockers were in fair deniand. We quote : Good shipping grades, State cattle, f " 00 a 9 00 O-ood butchers' stock 1 60 a S 26 Kough cattle in good flesh, 4 00 a 4 50 (iood straight stockers, for shipment 4 90a S 00 HOOS. Receipts continue liberal for the season, ye' prices hold up woll, sales being leported to-day at $5 25 a 5 50, mostly at the outside figure. Most all were taken on shipping account or by packers engaged in shipping dressed hogs In refrigerator cara. SHEEl' Thcro wero less offered from all sources and prices appeared stronger, with a good demand. A range was uoted from $Ua7 25 ; 100 fat little sheep, averaging 77 4-2 ibs, selhng at f 7 25. Kino's Cattle Y arus, ) Detroit, Monday evening, April 20. ) CATTLB. Eastern buyers were not in the market to any extent, and choice shipping cattle were slow at about l-2c c off, but nice butchers' lots brought full last week's priees. We quote : Choice boeves, young, large, well fattened, woighing from 1,200 to 1,400 Ibs. tl 25 6 00 Good beeves, well fattened, steers and hoifers, averaging 1,050 to 1,100 lbs, 3 25 a 4 50 Medium grades, fair steers, averaging 950 to 1,050 lbs., 2 50 a 2 75 Working cattle, well fattened, averaging 1,000 to 1,500 lbs., 4 00 a 4 25 Cows, common to choice, 3 00 a 4 60 Coinmon stock, medium steers, and fair to extra cows, in decent flesh, 800 to 1,000 lbs., 2 50 o 3 00


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