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Ann Arbor City Markets

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CarefuUy Revised Weokly by the ruDiitmer. Ann Akisok, Sept. 18. Beuns- "VVanted at 75a$l. t'iilfsnius - 90. k"ip7c. Oom- She)lcd40c; ear 20c. Hiiles- 5c green ; cured $ytf. Oats -23c. l,:imlskiiiü SOatOc. Shcarlings 15a25c. New l'otatoeü- 35c. EETAIL BATES. Beans- 5e per quart. Brun- GOcts per hundred. Butter- 14c. Uheeso- 10c. Coru- 25c enr ; shellcd BOc. Corn Meal- Coarso $1 ; Ï1.75 bolted. EffKS - 14c. Flour- $öo$5.50. Patont $8 peí barrel. Grouud Peed- il per bundred or $lö per ton. Hams- Susar cured lic. Iloininy- 4c per lb. Honey-18c. Lard- 80, OalK-30c. Oatraoal - 4c. Totiitoes - 5D. Park- ïresh 6a8c; s.ilt SalOc. Balt- Onondagaffl.40, Sftglnaw Í 1.35. Shouldci-8- 7c. WHBAT. Sincetlic last issue of the Aeous wheat lias advaneed 0110 cent per day. The market is now active at $1, Farmers who have waited for even money can now realizo their hopes- if they are refidy to sell. It is queor, but truc, that, in face of adTano(ng IVcighls eastward, the prico of wheat bas also advnncod. Foreign demand fir wheat and eastern demand for Hour are glvcn as tlie rcasona for the piesent activity in tlie wheat market.


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