The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Ahnapee Record (Algoma, WI), Thursday, 21 Oct 1875, page 8

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THE GRAIN MARKET. - The market for grain continued active, and as the season advances the receipts are considerably on the increase. Conway Brothers shipped a cargo by the Glen Cuyler on Wednesday, the third full cargo shipped by the firm from this point, the present season. Fax Bros. and Fred Paarman have also made considerable shipments. Mr. Stansky of the brewery, is paying the highest prices for barley, and has purchased large quantities for the brewery and for shipment.

Wheat, No. 1, $1.05; Oats 35 cts.; Barley 40 @ 80 cents.

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The schooner Glen Cuyler cleared on Wednesday with a full cargo of grain for Conway Bros.

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Fred Neuschel
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Ahnapee Record (Algoma, WI), Thursday, 21 Oct 1875, page 8