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Day
1
Month
May
Year
1874
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Public Domain
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Ank Arbob, rauusiMY, April .o, 1S74. Apples- Green. $1.00. Butter- 84 25 Cobn- 80@85c. per bu. Chiokens- Dressed 10@12c ëggs - Command 1012c. Hay- $8@14 per ton, aocording to qu;üity. Hoxey - In cap, 2j@30c. Lard - The market stands at 1 1c. ÜN1ONS- $8.00. Oats- 48@5Oc. Potatoes-$1.00@1.20. TURNIPS - 50c. Wheat- White $1.4Ü(g)1.45; Amber il.S0ial.3i Tuukeys- 10@13c. Detroit ProduceMarket. Latest quotations for leading articles of country produce - April. 30, are as followa : Wheat- white, $1.40@1.58 ; amber 1.25(3'1 49. Harley- $3.00@.1.25 per centul. Rye- 8090c. per bu. Corn- 75@78c. Oats-58@60c. POTATOES- 1.05@l.lac. Dkf.ssed $7.5O@$7.6O. Hay- $14(a$2P. Dotter- 23i$27c. Eggb - 15@lGc. Lakd- 10@llc. Honey- 18@22p Wooi.- 37@43c. per lb. Detroit Live Stock Market. From the Detroit Free PresB. Michigan Centkal Cattle Yaküs ) Momlay, April 2". The receipts at these yards during tho past two weeka were for the week ending April 27. April 18. Through State. Thro. State Horses 4 48 Cattle . 2,478 894 1,291 53 Hogs 12,104 373 11,210 261 Sheep 180 7Ó2 ;0 Mules 20 CATTLE. There "was a very dull markot on Sunday nnd Monday at these yards, very lit.tle changiug hands, buyers not snowing a desire to invest either for shipment or local accouut to any extent, though a few changed hands at about state figures, sellers preterring to wait for Monday's market at tlie other yards rather than dispose cf tocks at the bidsmade. A sale of choice Bmall teers, averaging 975 Ibs, at $ 2ó, was a fair inex of the market. Kino's Cattle Y AETis, ) Detroit, Monday evening, April 27. CATTLE. There was a fair run of good to choice beeves offered at these yards this morning, but IlHr.ois cattle predorainated largely. The market opeued slow, buyers looking twice before settlmg upon their selections. Sellers claimed the market was off about 25 per cwt., and as sonie roally iïne beef changad hands at L.r 2.0 a y 6Q they were probably not far from right. We correct quotations for to-day's market : Choice beeves, young, large, well fattened, weighing from 1,200 to 1,400 lbs. $1 25 a ó 00 Good beeves, well fattened, steers and heifers, averaging 1,000 to 1,100 lbs, 3 2.3 4 50 Working cattle, well fattened, averaging 1,000 to 1,500 lbs., -4 00 a 4 25 Cows, common to choice, 3 00 a 4 ."0 Conmion stock, medium steers, and fair to extra cows, in decent flesh, 800 to 1,000 lbs., 2 50 a 3 .00 MILCII COWS. There was an unuaual number in this morning and the market continued dull up to a late hour, there being a preponderance of old scabs, though some very good cows were offered. Thcy ■be-- wwrwti ■ iw na- -i- - wore held at j-rices rnnging from 130 to $00. - The only nale notod was one ccw of thin flesli, hut havinmme fair marks, at ■'I!. SHKEP The few offureil dul vprv .!!, 04 cholee little ■ -i i -iímt mí t 2fi Ibs, hinijring 6 l-2c. A lot qf 61 solrl ;.' the Central at 7 30, frhnt i 'fia 'JO 11. Thcíewere un hoes offered ut these nrdsaud ii-iilv all uiTiviiig; at the Central poMed on. No Kgurea wero reported.

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