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Parent Issue
Day
16
Month
July
Year
1886
Copyright
Public Domain
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UUiy lo, 1OCTÍ. Buying. Selling. Exchange on New York., par. 1-10 preni. " on Chicago par. 1-10 prem. " on San Francisco % prem. " on London, per L f4.89 " on Paris, per franc 19.610 U.S. 4ís, 1S91 ex-coupon. 111K 112J U.S. 4 per cents 120J? 127 American silver, Js and Js 99jL 100 American silver, dimes.... 99 Canadian money 99JL ïrade and Mexican dollars 81 Mutilated silver 70 BOND8. NorthMuskegon.Mich.,6 per cent water bonds 101 I.ANI) WAltltANTS. ■War of 1812, all sizes $1 05 Other wars, all bízo 100 Michigan swamp laúd scrip .... 65 Whbat- The erop situation in the spring wheat distiiots is reported very bad and daily becomiug worse ior want of rain. The bulls are taking advantago of this and Bpreading the news far and wide. One teïegraphed to a Detroit house that the wheat situation looked like a disaster and that there would certainly be a big shortage. There is still quite a short interest here and the shorts sic ia conlident that a break is near.Quotations áreas follows; VVhlte,88 toM cts: Red wheat 83% to 84 cts. Cohn - Quotations range 38 to 40 ets. Oats - The market s not brisk, from 83 to 36 cents is the range of prices. FlOüB - The market is steady at the folio wing johliing rates: Michigan patenta, f" i h K:r 25; Michigan roller. (4 50(5 1 86; Michigan superñne $2 75 ('.',' rj); Bllaoesota patenta, $5 26@5 50; Minnesota bakers', $4 00@4 25; Michigan rye, $3 55@365; Illinois rye, $3 75 l'rovisions- Detroit mess, Í10 50@10 75; Detroit funiily poik. $11 50@ll 75: short clear.$125O( 1275;lard in tierces, 6%(ffi6%c; linlf hlils.ii7.s(K.i 'a';in pails,7J(tó734c; hams, :; ,i Vï r: sluHihl.'i-s. 7%@8c; dried beef, ,c: bacon. S(áS'c; extra mess beef, $S IMKifS 25; fam ily beef, $9@9 25. Croen dry, 0)íc por ll: country. Te; cured, .e; green calf, 8@9c; saltea do. 0( 10c: luinlw and shearlings, 35@75c; Bbeepaking with wool, 5Uc@il 50; bulls, stas and X offHay and Kthaw- Car lots of cholee baled tiraothy buyinfr at $9 50@10 50, and gtore lots in sinali bales selling at til 51 12.0 per ton ; straw in car lots. 84 50@5 50 and from store, $15 60@7 per ton. Fruit- Cherries, per 2-bu stand, $8 75 @4; applea per }-bu box, 40@50c; per bu orates, ?1 50@175; tomatoes, per J-bu box, 75e for common, and 85@00c lor Fijis ; pears, per Jjj-bu box, 80c(èl ; pluma, wild goose, Í5@6 per stand; Red Haspbeiries, $l(4 50per bu case; black, 13 75 3: gooseberries, Ï2; huckleberries, 3 50@4; currents, $2 25@2 50 per bu. OENEKAl, PRODUCE. hickens 11 @ 12 itirks $ pair 30 @ 60 teese 8 v? 9 l'urkt'ys 9 ud 10 PotatiiL-s Mii'h Kose $) bu 45 @ 60 Potatoes, (Burbanks) 55 @ 60 Potatoes, (Southern).... 2 00 @ 2 25 rnrnipa 80 a [Inioiis "0 bbl 2 00 @ 2 50 Honey 12 @ 13 Beana, picked 115 & 1 20 Beuns, unpicked 50 @ 85 Straw 5 00 @ 6 00 Beeswaz 23 @ 50 Apiílcsperbbl 2 50 @ 3 50 Butter 11 12 12 @ 12í Cheose 8 @ 9 LIVE STOCK. Cattle- Fat beeves 10@15c higher', Bhipping steers, 950 to 1,500 lbs, $3 75@r 25; stockers and feedera, $2 30@4; cows, bulls, and mixed, $1 70@3C0; bulk, Í2 85(3 2 í:"r. tbrough Texas cattle, 2,400 head sola 10c lower; cows, $2 35; grass steers, f '2 25@ 2 85; corn-fed steers, $8 50@4; 325 head of thin bruised Washington steers, averaging 1,190, sold at $2 50. Hoos- Market steady and unchangedí rough and mixed, $4 40@4 75; packing und shii.ping, 4 78@4 '; light, 4 40 : Alpe, $2 70@4 35. Siii'.F.p- Market steady, natives, $1 75(3 4 60; Western, Í3@3 50; Texans, $1 75@3 25. ïhe Drovers' Journal London cable anotes ciittle le lower; best Americana, (o dressed.

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