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    TITE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMHER 29; 1900.
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IRAK AXD PRODUCE MARKET
Congestion Relieved, Wheat is Not t
Erratic at it Has Been.
EZCKT BULGES BRING RESULTS
Tatars Ire Slroaa, bat Late Balls
Are Chanslna; Orrr Into More
Uinta Fnlnre nnd Pre
dicting Heart loti.
OMAHA. Deo. . 1
. The w fit at nurkn mi not so erratic
tl.ii morning, the congestion bring some
vhat relieved during the recent bulges.
Yalura are strong, however, bill late bull
ere changing over Into tho more diaiant
futures and-predlct a reaction after the
I'Htmhi.r option clonal.
Th tranisportallon facilities are figuring
s; rongly in the rum situation, while S'li
tirr.er.t 1 generally bullish and gives more
strength.
S Jiro t started high on firm cable and
rarly buying otdcrs,. Aa noon an the flrt
ciders were fnlrd selling was general and
aiurs paieed back to yesterday' leval
and the market lacked .support at the
close.'
t'orn (ikncd sharply and was Bold
!,-.. .. . . . - .. . an, nfrnrllivl
... e, . ivrLrij'm uric nun at w . .
1 vr heavy and of enough volume to ease
tone of the market. With liberal re
st-from now on the cash market
" ild decline. '
I rltnary wheat receipts were 1.078.0nO bu.
and shipim-nt were li'.K (K) bu., against re
ceipts last year ot S36,0uO bu. and shipments
of IM lMi bu
Primary corn receipts were Sn6.000 bu. and
shipments were Soil") bu.. agalnat receipts
last vpjr of 1.163,0u0 bu. and ahtpments of
47;.cw bu.
C.enrancea were 1.000 bu. of corn, none
of oata and wheat and flour equal to 131, (W0
bu.
Iverj.ool closed H'Sd higher on wheat
anl V"Vd higher on corn.
Local range of optional
1 12V
1 Oa1
to" I
MSI
421,1
43SI
eo I
MVi!
43!
Uc1p?s. Open. High. Low. ) Close. Yes v.
Wheat-
Iec...j
May.,:
Crprn
DeO. . .
May.
Oath
Dm.,
MayT.J
12 J 11 I 1 12
M 1 04 1 OaUj
69, 5SI o
U4 ' 631, 04
42, k, H
43 43m
Omaha Cask Prleea.
WHKAT No. t hard. $1 No. I
hard. $104106; No. 4 hard. tscty$l 03; re
Kcud, hard, 94ci$lU0, No. 2 spring, 11.04'
Vlin: No. 3 spring, $l.ifjl.04; No. 2
durum ,'84Mi86c; No. 8 durum, 8a4c.
CORN-No. 2 white, 6rWc; No. 8 white,
rp94i4e; No. 4 white, 6657; No. 2 yel
low, 61Gic; NO. i yellow. 5Sg;?V.'-'. No-
yellow. 5org67c; No. 2, Bll5i0:'c; No. 1. 5SM
ufao; No. 4. 5Li-57c; no grade, MTtfttc.
t'ATSStundard. 43V'0io; No. 3 white,
ytiHo; No. 4 white, 42'a43c; No. I yellow.
i;i1l4.ic; No. 4 yellow, Uy4jWc; No. 1
, mixta. 41t't4i:tc.
l - ' . . . j . - . . . , i . , .... , . . . m
t, la'lj taftC, iO. , H-Hi7S.
Curie I Ft - pra.
Wheat.
87
,..2M
, ss
140
-No.
Chicago ....
Minneapolis
Oinaiia
Ij ul uth
Corn. Oats.
404 174
r net lower. Ltecember rtoaeA vt tl it.
ay tiosed at SI. 18; July closed at I !"
Ke(eipis, 9.2V) bu. ; shipments, 4 ik bu.
t OKN ."'IkpL easy; ro. a, p'o, eievaivr,
d ineMtic; '.ipc, delivered, and t c, f. o. b.,
afloat, nominal. Option market was wnn
out tran-acilons, clpslng 'jnchanged. De
cember closed at ITHr; Msy cloeea ioIsU.
lle elPte. 11,200 bu. ; hlpnitnia, 1.474 bu.
OATS 8pot market siee.lv; muM, m to
I lbs., 47r; natural while. M to M lbs..
tie; rltpned white. M to U lbs.. 4H'uic.
Option market waa without tranaaclions.
closing uni'haniiod. May cioseo a p.
lmeipts. J7 bu.
HA V Steady ; pilme, $106; No. 1. $100; No.
a, sf.tfic. ,
HoPH Quiet: state, common to onoloe,
i:p. if-. lis, isiaoc; Paolflo const, la,
ISipwJTc; 1. 17210.
lllliKii oulet: Central America, n"po;
MoKota. aiVp.til.'Ae. leather, owlet; hem-
Iwk. firsts. seconds, 13" .'Jo; thirds,
PHOV1K1UN8 Pwk. steady; mesa, 154 bO
j4 7fc: family, t W7.U; short clears
uom 27 H). H.ef, quiet; mees, $1MpVu1'W;
rmilv. 1LS VmlPl.OO. beef hams. Lt.llii.
Cut meals, easy: ulckied bellies. W IQ 14
tn unds, $1S wmU.W, pickled hatna, 1:1 &u.
Lard, weak; middle west, prime, $li.Ttxo
i . Keflned. barely steady; continent,
$ I J 50; Houth Ameriua, $14.M; compounds,
$10S7V:j14 7a,
'1'ALLoVV Klrm; prime, 6Vc; country,
RICE Quiet; domestic, IVkfiHc; Japan,
GH'a7c.
BUTTER Steady; western factory, aeo
onds and firsts, M426o; wtatern Imitation
creamery, "Ar'a'i&c.
CHEk.bE r irini state, new full cream,
EDeclal. 17V.Palc: slate, nsw full cream,
beptember, fancy, 17c; state, new full
cream, October, best, lttc; state, new full
cream, lata beat. l&Vkc: state, new full
cream, common to good. 13)jLc; skim.
toll to special. b()14Vp0.
E;US Steady; refrigerators. 2Ii,26Hc.
POULTRY Dressed. weak: western
chickens, ltiaiic; fowls, 12i17c; turkeys, 21
b4c.
WEATHER IX THE GRAIW BELT
Pavrtlr Cloady WedaniUr Colder
la West Portloa of Nebraska-
OMAHA, Dec. 28. 1908.
A barometric depression overlies tha lake
region and the middle Mississippi
and lower Missouri .valleys, with Its
center over the lower lake region
Unsettled weather attenda the depression
and snows axe general thla morning from
the Mississippi river east ever the lake
region and Ohio valley. HlKh winds pre
vailed In the upper Mississippi and -upper
Missouri va.les durtna: the night, and
snow flurries are general in the upper val
leys this morning. An area or nign pres
sure overlies tha west from the Rocky
mountains to the Pacific coast, and gen
erally fair w anther prevails throughout the
weat, except Scattered snow flurries are re-
rted In Montana and Idaho. It la colder
the upper Missouri valley, and temper
atures are generally lower In the extreme
northwest. It Is warmer In the lower Mis
souri va lev and throughout the southwest
The weather will probably be fair In this
vicinity tonight and W euntiijr, wills not
much chanae in temperature.
Record of temperature ana precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three years:
19UB. I9ui. taw. law
Minimum temperature.. ,, 10 29 IT 23
Precipitation ,. .04 .00 .00 .00
Normal temperature, for today, h de
grees.
precipitation since Marcn
Kl
19
CHICAGO UKA1 AND PROVISIONS
Krstirei of the Trading; and Closing
Prices on Bears of Trnde.
CHICAGO. Dec, 2. Reports of unfavor
able, weather In Argentina gave the wheat
market a strung atari rubra today, but
prices declined sharply In the final half
of the session owing to prof lt-taklne. Clos
ing quotations showed net losses of He to
VuU Coarse arain and provisions also
uove.oped eonslde.iable weakneeg and close
at about the. bottom.
The principal factor responsible for the
aiiung opeiiing in wneai was a aispaicn
telling of frost In tha southern portion of
uuoiiuH Ayrea Province, where, tue crop Is
now wunin aoouc two weeaa ot maturity.
A later decline waa precipitated by the
selling of December by a prominent casn
Interest, which resulted In quite general
realising. During the day December sold
between $1.17 and $l.lt. May ranged be
tween l.ltt ana $1.1)!. The market closed
veak at almost the lowest soint.''
J-aquidatlon - by leading - holders caused
weakness In corn follow. lng moderate firm'
nes at the start. Shorts were talriy active
bidders for December al the opening, which
resulted In an advance of lc In that opuon
but the bulge prompted liberal realising
ta.es which soon causes a reaction. The
weakneaa became mure pronounced during
the final half. Prices at the close were
tjpic below tha final figures of the
previous day.
oats were fairly firm, owing to buying,
but the market finally yielded to the weak
ntsa of wheat and corn, closing quotations
being a Shade higher to He lower.
Provisions closed at 74b6c lower.
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
A 1 tides. Open. High. ) Dow. Close. Yes'y
1 1 I 1 1DU;
1 U 1 l)f,i
Wheat I I
Dec. . .1
May..
July.
corn
lre...G3V,ll6t fit'!
May...; til bpi
. Juiy...ti7 M. th
W'oats -
Dec... I 44 W I 44vtl
aiay...46XW p 4;
July... 4Jti 4J
Pirk- 1 I
Jan... 21 k5 21 K6
May. ..I 21 SO 21 t0
July... I 21 70 I ill 70
Lard- I 1
Jan... 12 40 I 12 40
May... 11 D5 11 K
t July... 11 DiVi! 11 SO
t illbs- 1
. ... I
1 loisi
1 1H
62V
1
1 18 I 1 184
1 UH1 11H,
1 Ult: 101'i
Excess in
4 82 Inches.
Deficiency
4.48 Inches.
Deficiency
T.44 inches.
corresponding period In 1908,
corresponding period In 1907,
D. A. WELSH.
Local Forecast en
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Bock Island Drop. Into Background
After Sensational MoTemenU.
SCANDAL BEING INYESTIGATED
i
ProbnbJ Aetlen br tate and redetml
Lawmakers (aasee Uallaeas in
All Deallnas In Kn
x tares.
NEW YORK, Deo. i-In the stork mar
ket proper Rock Island fell Into the back
ground today after Its highly sensational
performance of yesterday. Those perform
ances left an impression on the minds of
traders that security capable of such eo
centrlo and inexplicable action migTit carry
with it hasards in the handling which dis
couraged attempts to experiment with it,
As to the episode Itself, not much fear
waa felt of direct conseuuences for harm
from It. The supposition continued to gain
iorce mat reckless and blundering mlsap
plication of manipulative methods were at
the bottom of th InoidenL On this suppo
sition it would follow that the buying of
the stock ud to ill Dame, not from fright
ened shorts, but from tha speculative party
wnicn naa managed tne advance, i he mat
ter having taken on the proportions of a
scandal and the stock exchange commit
tee appointed to investigate being engaged
during the day on the work, the subject
waa kept conapicuous. it waa remein
bered that the Hughes eommisslon had
secured assurances from the stock ex
change authorities of their confidence In
their ability to control and prevent flag
rant manipulation such aa led up to the
A. O. Hrown & Co. failure In iM and to
the appointment of the state commission
It waa the character of these assurance
that Influenced the commission to recom
mend against attempts to regulate the
abuse by legislation.
From Washington came a report that
the federal atuhorltlea were showing re
newed interest In the question of possible
regulation of speculative dealings In fu
tures. This was accompanied by Intima
tions of an early submission to congress of
the special messages of the president deal
ing with propoaed measures for the regu
lation of corporations. These considera
tions and th continued preparation for
tha annual money settlements kept the
stock market operations under restraint.
Thla, while keeping dealings small, did not
depress prices.
Individual stocks advanced briskly from
particular causea nut always specified. The
coppers were strong and were Influenced
by a rise in the London price of the metal.
The quick sale of the Delaware ft Hudson
refunding bonds made a good Impression
on the investment situation, although the
general bond market continued dull and
unresponsive.
The failure to aettle the switchmen a
trlk on northwestern railroads waa dis
cussed without causing any signs of apprehension-
In the stock market. The grain
markets, however were affected by feara
of delay In deliveries.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value, $S,77.00tt. I'nlted States bonda were
unchanged on call.
Number of sales and range of prices on
the New York Stock exchange:
gal. High
J4.1fO rVi.' ; in hanks to rre1tt of treasurer ft
the l ulled Htatew $.TiJ4Jl euhawiary
silver roln. Ili;ifi3: minor coin. 11 OIH.KJ;
total balance In general fund. r.SU.01i.
Neve T ark Mnnef Market. . k r
NEW TOR K. Iec. 2S. MONEY On
rail, firm, per cent; ruling rate. I
per cent; Closing Bid. per rent; onered
at 61 per cent.
ll.Mb. Lt A jvs uuiei sun aieaay; sixry
dsys, 4Sb4 per cent, and ninety days,
44 p"" cent; six mrtntns, 4iMv1i per cent '
PRIME MERCANTILE PA PER $ l& M
per cent.
BTKHLINU EAtliAivuK v taker, wun
actual business In bankers bills at l4.MJft
ti4M.-0 for sixty-day bills and at $4.1740 for
demand; commercial bills. M Vi-4 .
81 LV ER Bar. I2c: Mexican dollars. 44c.
HONDo Government, steadyi railroad Ir
reaular. r-
Closing quotations on bonds' were as fol
lows: V a. rf. a.'f.. ..'isni. rntrl In t ts
U. g. raf. .. soupaB lullnler. MM. 4 J
I S 1. ri l.ilVnir M. Marls 4S '
I'. 8. a. rovsoa MIp,Jin 1
I . g. 4i. rs IHH "do 4m H
V. 8 4. ei'pon l;inK C. Souihern let 1 "I'e
Alll-tlllisn 1M bt. M Lk Shore 4.4. 1111 W
Am. Ain.ullural la 1VU N. ufil. llW
Am. T. A T. ci. 4l H M , K. ft T. lt 4. "4)
Am. Tobacco 4s 77H V) sen. 4S
4a ta I'tSMo. roifle 4 It
Armour ft Co. . W,Nn'l R H vt M. 4S1 MH
Alckisos r. 4e HK. T. ('ntrl g. H 1
do c u 1X1 Mu dth. n
do ct. to 1, N. T . N. H. ft H.
Allintie C. U 1st 4 -. ct 4 lit
B. ft n. 4a KtSNorfolk ft W. late. 4a S
o .. Vt do c. 4 '.
do a. W It svaNo. rwcllte 4a. J-tt't
prtKpklyn Tr. cr. 4a. "aSH do '4'4
Cantral of Ot I. . . .114 Onron 0. L rM. V
Central Leather it.. Prnn. c. His. M1
Cntrl ot N J. g. to.l4S con 4a 1M
t kaa. ft Ohio 4. Reading gen. 4 tt
!t. U ft s F. I. 4 k
do r(. ba
Cblcaao ft A.
C . B. ft U It. a . Ul
do (en. 4l... t lo lat (Old 4..
!'., M. ft 81. P. Kci board A. U 4
(en. Is no. Pacific col. 4a.
C. R. I. A P. . ta M do ct. 4a
do col. 6a loHa do 1 raf.. 4a
do rig. 4a tiM. Rallvar 6
Cl io. Industrial (e. . S'JV, dit (o. 4
olo. Midland 4a... vl'nlon Piciflo 4
Colorado ft Southern do ct. 4a
rat. ft ait. 44a ;4 do al aad rf
Del. ft Hudaoa o. ta.l't'-stl. g. Bubow la.
D. ft R. (J
do raf S
r allllara' 5a ...
Krl prior lia
ilo sn. 4i
do c. 4s,
do ct. 4a,
Gen Eire
73 V, do sen. M
uit s. w. c. 4a it
. tlH
...D.X
.... N
.. 11IH
... lt
...11
...I1M
4. r
104 V
Bid Ot(rd.
Wl'. g Rteal 3d U....1
. HVa -taro. (hai. Is.. n
. 141tVabaali lat aa Ill
, SM, do M and tit. 4s n
. 74 Wna'cni Md 4s Sf.S4
aarlea A Jl Wa.tlnsh. Klac. o. 6s a
seriaa B 7lKwla Oantral 4
ct. ae. . .147
Kansas City Grsln and Provisions
KANSAS? CITY. Dec. 28. WHEAT Caeh
unchanged to lc lower; No. t hard, $10 fl
1.14; No. 8. $1.04481.10; No. 2 red. $1.22'al.25:
No. 3. Il.17fel.t2; December, fLuGW. sellers;
May, $1.06), bid; July, pH9oc bid.
CORN Unchanged to 2c lower; No. I
mixed. 4c; No. 3, 62Wfe3c; No. 1 white.
Sa4ic; No. , 63c; December, o3Vc,
sellers; May, ec, sellers; July, 640, sell
ers. . i
OATS Unchanged; No, i whlta, 4sro;
No. 2 mixed. 43m 440.
RY E of 70c.
HAY Unchanged; choice timothy, $12.S
18.0V; choice prairie, $10.2sfel0.&0; choice al
falfa, $l7.5t)fe 18.00.
BUT'! ER Creamery, extras, tto; firsts,
34c; seconds, (2c packing stock, 230.
EGU8 Extras, 34c; firsts, 82c; current
receipts, 31c; seconds and dirties, 18c.
Keceipis. Biiipmenis
Allls-Oialtaera pfd
Amal(mated Copper
Am. Asrtcultural. . ..-
Am. Bat Sugar
Am. Caa pfd
Am. Oar ft Foundry
Am. Ootton Oil
Am. Hid ft Leather pfd..
Am. lc gecuiitl
Am. Linseed
Am. LoeomotlT
Am. Smaltlr.f ft Rf. .......
do p'd.
Wheat, bu.
Corn. bu' ;.
tlatl, bo ,,
kX.000
41 10
6,000 -
4.S.O0O
U.0HO
6.WU0
Options at Kansas City:
Artlolea
1 Opsa. High. Low. Close.
Wheat
December May
July
Corn
December
May
July
1 OS!
T,
844B
107V,
5l
ftal
1 04V
1 Obit
Do
63'
64
4H
1 0SHA
1 OfvfcB
IteHB
63HB
64A
ST.
lower
63Hl
boSn 67
62
fe'H
44V4 44i 41V
461 4.. 46-
43'4l43W 43Vi
21 66 21 60 21 K5
21 b2Vi, 21 21 77V
21 W I 21 60
12 KVil 12 25
, 11 76 I 11 S5
I U 7V 11 80
U 35
11 85
U HO
Jan... I 11 30 L 11 3a 11 30 11 32V, 11 C0
Miy...l 11 47 V 11 47UI 11 22", U S2V4; 11 40
July... M 40 i 11 4:', 11 26 U Ur 11 40
No. L
Casn quotations were a follows:
t'LOUlt-Firm; w lr.ter patents, $0.10-276.60;
winter struignts. $4 flooa 35; spring straighia,
4.70t;4.0; bakers, $3 0oUi.aO.
RE No. 2, 7Wc.
UAKLEY Feed and mixing, WfeClc; fair
til choice malting. ooyTic.
btEliS Flax. No. 1 southwestern, $1 SS;
No. 1 norihuestern, $l.X. Timothy, $a.7a.
Clover. aSP.jvrj 13.50.
PUOVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl.. fZ.OO
titi.lb. Laid. Pr 100 lbs., $12.412 6(1. b'nort
Xtua sides (lousr), $1 l.iTS'.i 1J.. "iVa. 6ll0l t clear
Mdes Ihuxtd). $U.T6' 12.00.
Total cl stances ot wheat and flour were
equal to iUl,oJ bu. I'rimary receipts were
1.0;8,0v.i0 bu.,' compared with Miw bu. the
corrtapomiiiis 4a a year ago. The world
isible supply aa shown by Hi adstrect'a,
increased M1.000 bu.
Eaitiuuud i vciiiiid. lor turnorrow: Wheat.
M cara; coin, .j- .in oats. 2.261 cars,
bona, 27,Uu) head.
ChicBgo Ca.sli 1 , -Wheat: No. 2 red,
Sl.aUlAA,; No. 8 td, .1.1 J 1.24; No. 2
hard, $l.ltal.ln;- No. hard, sl llyl la; No. 1
nortr.ein api iiig. J1.17ijl Ju; No. 2 northern
spring. 41.lail.U; No. 8 spring. $L121.1.
Corn: No. .3 caali. lilc; No. 4 cash, aVil)
tsv; No. 8 white, til iuiwo; No. 1 yellow,,
kl vU HCj No. 4 j'ellow, Wt) Osl'c. Oats:
No. 3 carh, 44V:. No. 8 white, 44Vu4atc;
No. 4 white, 44ji4VtC; standard. 45Utc.
BUTTER aieady , eieamerieg, 7ti3tu;
dairies. 2MJ0c.
liOtlS Firm at mark, cases Included.
J4''ji2c: fireta, RSc; prlmb firsts, 35l.
CHIwESjE blcady; daisies. loSilltiVc;
twins, lalu'c; yuung Amitcii, lt-c, long
horns, ltiSc
POTATOES Steady; choice to fancy, 45
tl-te; fair to good. u2c.
POULTRY-tSttady; turkeys. 7e; chick
ens. 13 'o, sprlnga 14c.
VEAL SUady; k) to 60-lb wts., afttc; U0
to -.-lb. wis., kuloc; to UO-lb. wis., luu
Ho- . .
KW YOU K GEEHAL MARKET
(.notations ef the Day on Varioas
Jvattnodltles.,
NEW YORK. Dec. 2i.-FLOUR.-Msrket
flu in attd sirady; KpWfg patents, $i 4i.iJ5;
Inter patents. a 4iis 30; winter extras.
No. I, $4.ku4.iW; Kansas straights, H
$ la; winter straights, :.'iii te; spring
clears. $4 40m.4; w.nter extras. No. t, $4 40
fetbn. . Receipts. ' 44 N bbls.; ehlpments.
loo) bbla Kye flour ateadv; fair lo good.
I Wilt ; choice to rsncy. l !4 W Ruck
wheat flour, ateady; bulk, $2 10, nominal,
er 100 I ha i
COKNMEAL Steady ; fine while and yel
low. $l.a6(ul u; coarso, $1.4i.jl.o0; kllu dried,
$S.2fi.
R Quiat; No. I western, $4140, nomrnat,
f. o. b.. New York.
11 k III 1.-.V . - , - , .
. PUiri, 1CTA1111S, 0UWC, 1IO IPllIia 1,
C. L . New York.
WHEATr-poi .market Irrecular: No. 1
reJ. $1.27, elevalor. diuuestic; and $1.2tji.
f. o. b., afloat, No. 1 northern Duluth,
,H n-. ana i nerd winter. fl.Siv. all
, t onunal to arrive. Op'ions aere f.rrn early
the cables, th strike situation and re-
' J rts of dainaie In Artnt tia bu; later
i velopad weaanea. dfcllning sharply
l:- loir'oa-.lon en larjer reclpia man
peeled aiwi a pvur caaii demand, tjioaing
St. Lonls General Market.
LOUIS, Dec. 28. WHEAT Futures,
; cash, steady; track. No. I red cash.
$1.12il.ltp: No. 8 hard, $112fel 18; December,
$1.14S; May, $1.11V.
CORN Lower: track. No. 2 cash, 62Sc;
No. $ white, 83ViO; December, 2Vsc; May,
OATS Weak; track, No. I oaah, 46c: No,
2 white, 46fe46V4c; December, 44Vc; May,
RYE Unchanged, 78c.
FLOUR V'ncnanged; winter patents,
$o.70u.10; extra fancy and straight, U-lti
B.ofl; hard winter clears, $3 Wa4.3U.
SEKliS Timothy, $2.a&.au.
CO KN M E A L $3. 10.
UliAN Quiet; sacked, east track, $L119
1.18.
HAY Steady; Umothy, . $14.00:17.50;
prairie. Ill outi 13.00.
BAOOINO 6c.
HEMP Ttt l.N E 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: Jobhlng.
$.'1 7i Lard, lower; prime steam, $12,204
12.40. Dry salt meats, higher; boxed extra
fhorts, 13i,c; clear ribs, Uc; short cleara,
13Sc Bacon, higher; buxed extra shorts,
14Sc; clear ribs. 14Sc; short clears, 14c.
POULTRY Higher; chickens. 12o;
springs, 12o; turkeys, Jlc; ducks, 14c; yeese,
Rl'TTER Creamery, St33o.
EQOS-Hlgher, 83c.
tteceipis. nnipmenis.
Flour, bb'g
Wheat, bu
Corn. b ..
Oats, bu ..
.137. (Ml
.418.0pfi
.114
. 4O.000
13.000
2.a00i
llfi.SIIl
K.0U0
Available piles of Grain.
NEW YORK,' Deo. 28. Special cable and
telttgraphie communications received by
liradairoet s show the following ch:tnces in
available supplies as compared with pre
vious account:
Available Supplies Wheat, United Slates
east of Rockies, decreased, 877,000 bushels;
Canada increased, 7OS.00U bushels. Total
United Stales and Canada, decreased, $169,
OuO bushels. Afloat for and in Europe, in
creased. l.OOu.Ou) bufchelH. total American
and European supply Increased, tol 0j0
bushels. Corn, United Slates and Canada.
Increased. 1.307.0 0 bushels. Oata, United
Statea and Canada, - decreavd 1,083,000
bushela.
The leading Incresaea and decreases re
ported this week follow:
Increase: Port Huron, c-').0u0 bushels;
Ooderlch, 4a bushels; Port Colborne,
tfJ.OoO bushels; Manitoba, 89.000 bushels;
Lincoln and vicinity. 82, 00 bushels.
Uecreaats: r uriianu, axq., an.wi uubiiuib,
Midland. 3M.00 bushels; Chicago private
elevators, 341.000 bushels; Fort Worth, 88,-
Xi bushels; Omaha, bushels.
The vfuble supply oi wn.at in Canada
last Saturday was 8.Mt8.0uO bushels, a de
crease of 844,00) bushels.
Am. guaar Kalinins ,
Am.'Tal. ft Tal..
Am. Tobacco prs
Am. Woolen
Anaconda Mining Oo
Atcbiaon
do pfd ,
Atlantla Ooaat Lin
B. ft O..,
d pfd..... r;...A..k..
Blhlbm Bteal
Brooklra R. T
Canadian Paclfla
Ontral Laihr
do pfd
Central ot K, J...
Chea. ft Ohio -.
I'lucaao ft Alton
Cblc(o Ot. rVatrn, aw.,
C. ft M., W
o, M. gv-at. p..A.-.li..a
c. a, a st. 'V, ..
Cola. Ful Iron
Colo, ft 8uihrn
do lat pfd
da 3d pld.. -n ..-
Coaaolldatd Oaa
Corn Product
Pol. ft Hudaoa
U. ft R. O
do pld
En i
do 1st pfd
do d pfd -
OanaraJ Blactrlc
Oraat Norlliarn pfd
do Oregon ctfs
Illlnola Central
lntr. Met
do pfd
lnlr. HarraaUr '
Invar. Marin pfd
lntr. Papr
lntr. Pump
Iowa Oanlral
K. C, Soulhern
do pfd
L. ft N
Minn, ft St l
Minn.. 8t. P. ft . Bt. It.
Missouri Pacific
M.. K. ft T
do pfd
Kat'l Blacult, x-dlt
Nat'l Lead
ival'l R. H. of M. lat pld..
N. T. Ctntral
N. f., tint, ft W
NoHolk ft W
North A marl can
No. Pacific
Pacific Mail.i
Panruylvanla
People's Oaa
P., C, at '
praa4 8uwl Car ...
Pullman Paiao Car..
Railar '' soring
Reading i
Rapubila Rtaal. i
do pfd
Bock UI0B Co
do pld .'
gu l a. r. sd pfd
at Leui g. W
do pfd
lo-8hm14 8. ft I
ga. Paoifla
go. Raiiarar
do pfd
Tnn. Copw
Tuh ft Pacific..
T., t. L. ft Wl
do pfd x
Vnlon Pacific
do pfd -
V. . Realty
U. g. Rubber
v. a. ti
do Pt4
Utah Ooppr ,
Va.-Caro. Cham leal
Wauaah
do pfd
Waaurn Maryland, affarad.
Wltn(boia Blaotrio
Weaiara t'nion
W. ft Lah art
Wlscoaaln Central
Pittsburg Coal
Am. Steal seuadri
tniwd Pry Oooca
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PHILADELPHIA. Ieo. 88. BUTTER
Quiet; extra western creamery. 3Vc; extra
western creamery, nearby prints, 400.
KiJOit-Firm; guod demand, Pennsylvania
and ether nearby firsts,- 3o at mark;
Pennsylvania and other nearby flrsta cur
rent receipts, in returnable caaea. S2c at
mark; western firsts, free caaea. 34c ai
mark; v. enters firsts, current receipts,
free cases, 81188 at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full creams,
choice. 17Vc; Netty York full creams, fair
toj good, Ital7a
Liverpool drain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Dee. 2JW WHEAT-Closing,
spot, firm; No. 2 red western winter. 84
2'td; futures, quiet; December, 8a lVd;
March, 7s UHd; May, la 8d, ,
CORN Spot, new American mixed, via
Galveston, quiel, 6s d; old American
mixed, quiet, fa Vid, futures, quiel: Janu
ary mixed, la Sd; January plate, 67s H1.
PEAS Canadian, ateady, 7s kd.
t lAJt'lt-Wuiler pafenis. steady. g3s.
Peoria Market.
ITCORIA. Dec. 88. CORN Steady No. 8,
(lc; .No- 4, iac; no grade, MVtc.
OATS Steady ; No. 1 white, tac;" No. $
white, 44e; No. 4 while. 44c
Dnlntk Grata Market.
nrUTIl. De a. WHEAT-Decernber.
$1 a o-l U'T . May. fl.l0-4jl lri; Xo.
i.ottlern. 1 No. 1 northern, $1.0V
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tloaton Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON, Dec. 2. Money, call loans, BH
tjjti per cent; time loans, Sfetl pijr cent. Clos
ing quotations:
Ah him adj. 4a 84 Atlantic i
do 4a MUtlutt pjoalltloti t-,
Atcbiaon R. R II ( alnm ft Aria l'H
do pld lJ6i,rliat ft Hacla,...40
DoFlnn ft Albany.... U.S ( autannial 87
Boaton ft Main 147 Copper Hang 64
Boaton Elevated 132lPalr Wat 84
Pltchburs pfd lat rranklln 18
N T.. N. H. ft H..1.17,5rnb 108
Union Pacific M S Green Cananaa 114
.- titalsfc. ftoyfi- 17
. 7Mnaa. Mining ,
.121 Michigan 7
.111 Mohawk 87
.1424,r'eTeda 864
.ltpl40ld Uominloa I444
. 7tptt.Trola v.r..:iWa
.XI Pairot -
.169 Cuiucy la
. 14 Shannon !i
8IHTan.ar.ch 4a
167 Trlnltr 1
Mack... 68 V, S. Miping..- 644
.-. 60 V. I. OU .... S4
604 rtah 46,
U6,Vlctorla 64
4 Wmuna llH,
t, Wolvarln 146
Bi North Hutu 44
Tel...
pfd...
ft g.
111....
Am. Ara. (T.&ia.
Am. Pnau. Tub..
Am. Sugar
do pld
Am. Tal. ft
Am.. Weolan
IK'Bilnlon I.
Ediaon Klec.
Oen'l Electric.
Man. Electric
Maaa. Oaa
t'nltad Fruit
t'nltad Bho
do pfd
V. 8. Btael...
do pfd
AdTentur .
Alloua ....
Amalgamated
0U1HA LIVE STOCE MARKET
Receipt, cf Cattle Continue Light,
killers Good Sellen.
HOGS SELL nVZ CETS HIGHER
Good Pat Si era steady gteongi, with
Common I.I sat Lamas "lew to a
Little Lower Tkaa on ,
Monday.
SOUTH OMAHA, Dec. 28. 1!
Receipts were: Cattlo. Hogs. Sheep
Official Monday S 141 1 .77 1270
Estimate Tuesday $. 00 1.700 4.000
Two davs this week.... 8 748 8 487 7.270
Seme davs last week....$73 11 OM 11W4
Same days f weeks ago.. 13.574 18 4) 23 7 4R
Same days $ weeks ago. 11. MS $ W
Rume days 4 weeks ago.. lit 47 1$.8!8 21.
Same days last year 7.8 l.Bn$ U.471
The following tabl shows the recelptg ef
cattle, hogs end sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with last
year: ima. 19o. Ino. Dec,
Cattle 1118 428
Hogs 2118.81
Sheep 2.146 841
The fo'lowlnaT table
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
aeveral days, with comparisons:
Data I 1309.' lists). 11907. ill-06.!UW6.lo4. 1808.
271,824
l.OAYtCj 81.800
l.J.pl.817
1.0M.K03 $8,706
shows the average
Deo.
Doc.
Dec.
Deo.
Deo.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Deo.
18...
Id...
20...
21...
23...
23...
24...
24...
2...
27...
28...
1 JI
8 2
$ 38
8 08 I
8 03
11
8 29V8I
b I2
31
8 34,
$ 38
i 471
a 1
t 60!
4 401 18
4 34
8 23
4 83
4 20
4
19
18
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tOhi
$ 13
21
la
4 81
4 84l 4 tV
i 801 4 (01
4 881 4 44
4 891 4 3a
4 88
S 061
6 181
4 '
Ss-I
4 43!
4 (Si
4 27
4 81
4 (1
I i
4 4
4 48
a
4 St
4 S Ml 4 44( 18 4 Wl 4 b5 4 61
Sunday. eHolidar.
Receipts and disposition of live tock at
tlu l loon atock aros, South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at i p. m. yes
tertoiy:
RECEIPTS.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
I m
fl : x
to..
4f .
H .
71 .
U ,
St .
60..
M..
84..
10..
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rn
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to
tv
t rr
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I 40 .
3 40
3 40
8 41tj
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3 It
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8 n4
1 1 1 L .. ' J 1
If... HO ... 8 84
7t m is
n M M 8 at
m ie . 1
m 8m e itp
14 M 40 I Ma
4t 14 . itm
tl in e I l"
M .64 10 8 l"4
1 144 H I 4
64 ": 811) 8
47 Ku 80 4o
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6l tl 4 I 4f4
p II ... -
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T M
PIOS.
SHEEP-Yesterdays sharp advance in
live mutton prices inft pretty strong Ideas
of valuation in selling circles and sales
men as a rule were inclined to ssk tome
ahal, higher prices this morning, as a re
lull. Packers were nut disponed to further
elevate the price fist. hover, and open
ing trade a as rather quiet. With the
yarding of tha original estimate, some
4.SO0 h.ad. the talent settled on a trading
basis and bulk ot receipts changed hands
In very good season. Most sales wire Just
about steady with yesterday with the
trend of valuea .possibly a shade stronger
On some of the better classes of sheep
There waa a greater number of com
mon lambs in today's run and the tend
ency of prices on stock of this description,
waa. if. anything, somewhst easier Noth
lig verv toppy was included in offenns,
one string of sOtrie iif the best lamba hers
selling for IT.au. Fed western eaee rhangpd
hands at $o.l0 and yearlings realised $i.:0.
A few strings of short-fed stuff and
rangers were suld for feeding purposes,
but thai volume of business in ILe feed r
branch of the trade was hardly large
enough to afford a broad Idea of the act
ual situation. The demand for anything
suitable for finishing has been active
lately at good, firm figures and tt la safe
to call today's market fully ateady with
last week's close.
quotations on fat sheen and lambs: Ojod
to choice lambs, $7fVfS2h: fair to good
lambs, 7.16417.e6: good light yearlings, $6 60
i7.00; good heavy yearlings. $6.T5K.a0; goof
to choice w'ethers. $fp 10i6.60; fair to good
wethers, $4 701(.lrt; good to choice ewes, as.OO
feSM: fair to good ewes. $4 6Ofi6.00.
Quotations on feeder stock: Good to
choice lambs, $ 8Mi7. 0; fair to good lambs,
$)S.crrffi t 35; light yearlings. $J.0Tii5 60; heavy
yiarlylnrs, linWjgoO; old wethers, $4
t'i; good to choice ewes. $18FVri4.00; breed
ing ewes. $S76tj5.0; yearling breeding
ewes, $5.a0tj.0U.
C , M A St. P
Wabash
Miosourl Pacific
L'nlon Pacific
C. & N. W., ast
C. & N. W., west....
C, t. P. M. & O
C, B. ft W , east
C, B. at (J., west
C, R. 1. t P., west..
Illinois Central
C Q. W
Total receipts
6
. 1
. a
. 37
. 20
. 25
. 11
. (
. 26
. 11
. I
. 7
ia
a
11 3
4 1
17 1
3 6
2
11 4
8
1
60 23
DISPOSITION.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Arlaoa Commercial. . 44
Omaha Packing Co
Swift and company 711
Cudahy Packing Co 826
Armour ft Co 642
Cudahy from S. St. Paul
Morrell 16
tie n ion Vansant & Lush.. 64
Hill 4 Son 28
F. B. Lewis 8
J. B. Root Co 25
J. H. Bulla $
L. F. Huss 24
L Wolf 8
McCreary & Carey 2t)0
H F. Hamilton 13
Sullivan Bros 63
Mo. x Kan.-Cal. Co 61
Other buyers 3a0
4.17
7a
7b3
1.228
oi7
1.086
2,13
1.013
237
Local secnntlea.
Quotations furnished by Samuel Burns,
Jr., 614 New York Life building, Omaha:
. , uio aaaaai.
Be trio 0amry, jom
Baalrlc Creamery, pfd ,..
City of Oman 4Vts, la
Columbua. Nab.. E. U la, 1121..
Cimmonvaalth Plr lna
City tiaa aod Blactrlc, Wierioo.ry. 87 .
Cudahy Packing Co. ti,' ii4.-...5,'v..: 100 '
Oarman Plr rnaaranes i3o. lc4J
li.iarnatlonal Con. 'Ce....v....ii...V.-t 41
Kanaaa C4Up Brock Tarda w. 100
Long Ball Lumber CO. as, una.........
Nabraeka Tal. Slock. I uar en.,..v,.
Omaha Watar Co. 6a. 1144 .
Omaha Gaa la. 117. .v. ?iv..m.-
Omths K. L P. la, M1. ......
Omaha C. B. Bt. Pty. la, -M
Omaha ft C. B. 8a. Kr., pfd. 8 . a.ii'
Omaha ft C. B. St. Hy., sobj.. .,.,.
Omaha . L ft. I Dr ,s
Omaha ft C. B. R. A I k 1138
Bioui City I. r. pfd. 1 par oat. .'...v.
South Omaha raf. 4 a. laU... ,..
87
ti
10914
414
II
84
a -
84
'
64
I
U4
l
,. 18
MOti
Swih ft Co. la. 1114 .....in)
Union Stack Varda, S. Omaha, I P W '
Waatera Fir lna. Co.., . .. 4 5
II
SO
lu 44
M
1
8
1004
101 1
41
101
11
101
p
88
llAI
kOe
K4
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100
8
ixl
I
New York Mtatu gtpcki
NEW YORK, pec n.-TCloslng quotation
uil utiiiiiiK atovaa.
!. ' t
Allc .'..4..1p -Ladvlll' C0n
Brunawkk Con 6 Uitl chief
Comatotk T.. atock-. 2s Maxlcan
do bonda X) 1 Ontarl
Con. Cal. ft Va..i....l43 Oj.hir
Horn Silver 76 Standard
Iron Sliver 1 Yellow Jacket
Ullarad. . ,
...2.1
.171
.137
.SU6
.. 60
.10
Cotton HarVrl. :
NEW TORK, Dec. 28 COTTON The
market opened firm at an advance of 6 to
28 points, In response to very strong de
mand. Trading was very heapy and there
was much leaiixing at the initial advance,
under which . prices reacted partia.Iy, but
spot houses were good buyers and there
was a big demand from some of th lead
ing bulls, with the market during the mid
dle of the moining, with a lift advance
of about 8t14 points.
Futures opened firm, December, U.bSc;
January, I6.600; Marcn, 16.81c; May, lo. Uc;
July, 16.12c: August, 16..6c; September,
14.04c; October la.aic. '
Futures closed steady. Closing bida:
December, Ui.aac; January, 15.57c; February,
16,4c; March, uxSTc, April 16.Kc; May,
1612c; June, 1603c; July, lti.llc; Augum,
lu.t,tc: September. 14.60c: October. 13.8.C
Spot clostd 4u!et, 10 points higher; m.d
dllng uplands, la. lac: midling gulf. 16.10c
OALVESTOM. DEC. 2S.-COTTON-
Hiaher. 18 6-16c.
hi'. LOUlb. Dec. 28. COTTON-Hlgher;
middling, laac bales. 142 bales; shipments
61! bales; receipts, 616 bales; stock, 4-', 147
bales.
Tstal ! lor th day. 4U,4uO ahars.
Leaden Stock Market.
LONDON. Dee. 28 American securities
opened sleadv and during the first hour
gradually hardened on fair buying A I
noon the tone was steady, with prices
ranging from unchanged to a point above
yesterday's New York closing The tin--ket
waa not affected by the Rock Inland
incident In Wall street yesterday. Rook
Island shares opened here at 63x and later
declined lo 61e. ....
Dondon closing siocks
Conaoia. man
d account
Anal. Copper
Aaaraoda
Al.rla.pn
4 pfd
Ball I nor ft Obla
Canadian radii.
Ckaaaaaak AO..
Chicago U. U ...
Chi., MIL ft SC
D SMI
par A Rle O
so pfd
Brte
U lat 4
4a Id ptd
flraad . Trunk ...
llilppau f-aulral
LaulaTllla ft M...
11 U-14M . K. ft T
... 1N. V rwnlral ...
... 10aKorfalk ft W
...Ik do pld
...WkOatarlo ft W...
.,.llPanaiTaiila ....
. ..lMi, hand Minae
M.Sadlng
lba8outi!arn Ry
P.. .18. do pfd
Ilttlpputharn Palflo.
..1p
.. Iti'a
..IMt
..I'll
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.. ki
.. t-l
. 114
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.. 86
.. 12
I'ulea 'Paclfla...
t do pfd...
. 1410. 8. S)4
. aw, 4a pf...
41 Wabaah ....
,114 do pld...
141 iLavntah 4a 14
SILVEK br. steady at 24,d per ounce.
MONEY 4'B48 per cent.
The rata of discount In the open market
for short bl.ls is $V per cn for three
months' bills. $S V c,nt-
Bank C'leartaca,
OMAHA. Dec. 27 Bsnk clearings lor to
day were $l.lt4,8.8 and lor the oorre
gpoadlnc date iaat year $L Hit 171 65.
Tmnaarr tn4asnl.
WASHINGTON. Dan- 23. The condition
oi the treasury at the beginning of busl
neea today was as follow; Trust funda
Oo.d coin. $ks.S.$l; silver dol ar, 84i8.
Itk'OtO; sliver d.J.an df IKjO. ttS'-luou; silver
. artifU-atea oulsiandtiig. $4rk.0f0.tAl. OanaraJ
fund etaridard silver do.lars In (friirraJ
t.inj $14:iftl: current t-b.lltles. $! 040.
Uu. wolkiii; ba-u-i.e la Ueauiury offices,
Wool Market.
BOSTON, Dec. 28. WOOL The demand
for j! clauec of wool on the local 111-r
ket continues unusually brisk for this s-a
sun of the yeor. Inquiry runs through ail
grades and comes from both clothing and
combing cusluiriera. Uuarter-blood fleeces
are in particular demand. Ix.lh oaatern and
leirliory. Values hold ateady In spite 01
the short supjiiy. Bidding lor lite new clip
is in full swing In the west, especially in
Utah, Wyoming and eastern Montana.
Kentucky. . Indiana and Missouri ttiree-elghlha-biuod,
34c; Quarter-blood, 32a
83o. Scoured values,: Tejtaa flue
twelve months. 7j,c; fine. six to
eight months. SJi7oo; fine fall, Wtto;
caiiiornia northern, Wip.uc; middle county,
&Ucc; fall fre, 60t6c; Oregon eastarn No,
1 staple, 7t4i7c; euiatirn clothing, 7u(i7c
valley No. 1. 6.&c- Teirltory fine staple,
77'umic: fine medium staple. 7iji7ic: tini
clothing, 70f)73c; fine medium clothing, 6otU
6Sc; half-blood. 73ft76c; three-elghths-blood,
taucjc; uuaner-riiood. tt..P)c. ruuea, extra
79 76c; fine A. . 70c; A supers, tavtnac.
siT. LOUIS. IifcC. 2. WOOIj Unchanged :
territory and western mediums, 4U2bc; fine
mediums, 21fapc; fine, UgSoc.
- Mlaneapolis Grain arket,
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 2a. H EAT
Close; L'ecember. fl 10; May. H lOvfcal.lO1,;
cash wheat; No. 1. hard, $1,US1.12; No. 1,
iiurthern. $1.111,(8 1 ;' ; No. 2. nortliern,
i wijj j.iuia. o. norinera. l.VpHill Uia,
FLAX t'loted. $2 0iV
CORN No. 3 yellow. nUaaUSSc'
OATS No. 3 white. H2,(ii42'!,o.
riVE-So. 2. 74Vi741a.
BRAN In 100 pound sacks, $21 00.
FLO 1 R Firat jjatents (In wood f. o. b
iip.4iMa.60; first cleans.
cleara, $3.303 50.
$4 3-4.15; second
10
ewes
No
9 western lambs.
1S4 western lambs ..
339 Montana ewes ..
80 Montana ewea .,
4(6 Montana ewes ,.
I!'4 fed yearlings
10 fed w el hers ,.,.
202 fed ewes i..(.
) western lambs
6 11 Mtrpi
8 western
17, uenern
IS! westcn
S?4 western
10 western lambs
1 western buck
1 western ewe .
21 native lamba
110 native lambs
106 native lnmbs .
11X native lambs
133 native lambs
12 native . lambs
133 western ewea
15 western
70 western
1K5 western
145 western
western
Av. Prlc.
Intra are opened. Export markets are quiet.
Yarns are firm and quiet.
OMAHA OEKlll. MAttK-vT.
Ktesle and Fancy Prod ace Prleee Far
nleaed hr Bayers and IS. klalrs.
BUTTER Creamery, No i. delivered ta
the retail irsple In 111' cartons, $o; No. 1,
In 80Tb tubs. Ac: No. L In lib canons. S4c:
in 01b lubs. U tc puCKihii si. ok. S 'lld
pack. 22c; fresh rolls. 2.10. fncy da.ty,
lul s. 2sc. Market cl ang, pi . very Tuesday.
POULTRY Diesrd. rtrollt- $a a do.;
springs, lie; hena. 14 ;' yi k. Jc: ducka,
U'c, geree Hc; turkeys. Jtc, pigeons, pet
dos., $125. Alive; Lrollna, und'i' 2 lb.,
I,; otril lbs, lie; h-iiK. M -.c; cocks. 6,c
rlicka full feathered. lOc; geeae. full leiilll-
eiea, lc; luiaeyx, tw, aumea mi, a
dip ; pigti'iis, 6mc per do.
OYSTERS S. lecla. sma.l esns. i.c; isrg,
4e; gallon. $IN, New 1 01 k tjunn. smaii,
Sac, iaige, 4,'C, gallon, $1 :6. Baiiunort
standard!, small, ZJc, Iaige, 36c; tKllod,
HI .... . ... .....
FISH All irosen: iroui, ac, a our neia,
Ho; pickerel. He; pike, lee; eel. i.e; 11.111-
duck, Uc; epaiiian niacaerxi, c, i.-u-
snapper, 13c; oiuelish. k'C, connaii. 1 c.
flountliis. lac; shea roe, 10c; saiinun, iov.
halibut, llo.
Hell oranges: axtra lancy. uipomi
colored navela, um and U-a, per box, $..a;
exua faiiy. highly coioied tiavaia, loa,
par box. $3U; extra fancy, highly colored
cavcia. laos. ipoe aa- p' 'p
extra fancy Valencies, ran. per box. la .6;
extra laiicy Vaieucias. Ljba, per box, M
no small siaes to bu uaa. ueuiuus: no
laney aouH. 3uua. per oox, lata); exira fancy
ehone avos. aoua, per box. $4 1. Urape
Fruit: Florida Indian river, das 4bs, Ma.
its. 80s and 80S. per oox, $4.oOL iangerlneat
riorlda, 144S aim loss, per num. e av. pnw
appiea: 101 iu inuian nver, a and 8ua,
per craie, a.o u.oy u i . nvnu,
Quart. 3pC Apples: Ben Davis, Colorado,
very fine quality, per large bu. box, $1 Sal
tAine fraps, cuiorauo, veiy 1111a uioou ru,
large aixe, box, (Lea; Jonathans. Colorado,
very line, good coior, fine eaimg, per box.
l.au; ureeuings, cuioi auu, per oox, ai.av.
sliasuurl I'lppius, Lo.oiauo, very line uuair
ity, per box. 61 it, taeuitoiis, ColoiaOo, par
box, 81.au; len-oo lets, aasurieu, iur. iea
Iwwa aouaiaaua, exua laney, per iihi., 40 bV
maa Wine aaps, extra tancy, per bbl., loao.
Iowa Missouri i'lppin. exua lane, per
pi., $5.si; Iowa iaeu Uavis, exua fa ucy,
per bbl., 84. 10; iitu aavia, airtuLiy i u.
SlisaourL per bbl., $3.u0; Missouri Pippins,
smelly No. 1, per bbl., $Xiv, Uaooa. sirictiy
so. 1 Miaaour
culls..
mils.
a. ., 1
, . . Cvl.lB.
ewes
lambs
culls,
47
65
ft
97
87
104
104
MS
74
13
culls
Totals S.612 8.17$ 6,156
C iTTT.f T li.r. Br:, o rionl run rtf rat.
genera ly just about equal to the demand,
so that the tiade was In a fairly satisfac
tory condition as a whole.
The proportion of beef steers among tne
receipts waa not so large aa yesterday, but
still there was a fair showing. Buyers all
seemed .to want a few . good Killers arid as s.
rule, were out in tne yarns in lair leamn
cleaning up, the early arrivals some little
time before midday. The prices paid war
steady to strong gs compared with yesterday.
cows ana. heifers were, also in very gooa
demand, and they too, sold quite freely
at steady to strung price. Tho early ar-
rivala sold in good season ano tne inaraei
as a whole was satlnf aqtory, .
The only unsatisfactory feature 01 the
(cattle trade was the poor demand for
feeders and stockers. : but that wag to be
expected wider existing conditlona. The
trade In conaequence was alow and dull,
with the tendency of prices lower.
Ouotatlons on rattle: Hood to cholct
cornfed steers. $6.254j'7.60; fair to good corn
fed steers, 8a.36tr4.iiu; aommun to fair corn
fed steers, $3.7f45.35; good to choice range
steers. $n.60.20; fair to good range steers,
60&5.DO; common to lair rang stetrs.
76b4.60: good to choice cornfad cows ana
heifers. $4 00i5.00; fair ta good cornfed cown
and heifers. - $3. 254. 00; common to fair
cornfed cows and heifers, tl. 664,3. 2i; good
lo choice range ccwa and heifers, fd.7aii4.4Q,
fair to aood rani cows and heifers. $3,253
3.76; common to fair range cows and heif
ers. t2.bmU3.2Z; good to choioe stockers an!
feeders. $4.o0'oa.20: fair to good stockers
and feeders. 13 fxito4.00; common to fair
stockeru and feeders, $3.7a4..a0: stack heif
ers. $2 75'u3.50' veal' calves, JJ.eWtfl.V0; bulls,
stags, etc.. $2,751(14.40.
Kepresentatlve sales:
BEEF STEERS.
ewes.
ewes
lamba
lambs
lambs ,
2S western yearlings, wethers
and ewes
14 native ewes v. .....
153 native yearlines u
S native wethers
ewes, culls
ewes
lambs, culls
lambs
lamba
ewea, pulls...........
4 native
3 native
30 native
41 native
51 native
IS native
Kn.
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11...
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30...
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4...
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mi
isti
844
UK
1064
11.1
rr.
4 IS
8 76
4 10
4 40
4 16
I 40
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.. .1160
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...1878
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...Ii 44
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I 76
I 71
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STEERS AND STAGS.
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11117
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.. 176
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.. 121
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680
6 10
4 a
3 00
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8 70
2 16
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t
I 60
8 71
3 80
4 M
3 40
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5
170
82
Hi!
Ill
jiatO
Ill
luu
44
U.4
1UU
Hoe
3 18
3 II
8 10
$ 61
3 71
71 .
8 76
3 10
I 16
3 80
I to
4 60
4 60
4 88
COWS AND HXIlrERS.
.. 714 I 80
HEIFERS.
700 I Um 871 8 11
760 $ 76 i. p I 16
IS,' 4 M I tUO I 14
667 I 4u 8 M 14
131 I 10 7 664 I II
J I 10 - II 784 I 48
640 $ M
BULLS.
IIKp I 60 1 1880 3 40
Wup) I la 1 W" 1 10
ItJa 4 00 1 laW 4 00
7.6 I 80 1 8"00 i 71
STAUS.
1480 4 K
CALVES.
'.SO
10
64
t7
Vii
8ia
STOCKERS
....... 73 3 no
6 75
7 it
I pa
3 00
I t
4 aa
1 ICO 3 80
$ W 18
1 Itt Ilk
I 164 f eo
1 It 7 60
i 160 1 68
AND FEEDERS.
1 874 I H
H 146 8 61
8 74 8 1
6 141) I 76
4. .. .ai I It
u MS 4 10
ri 6sa 4 la
8 40
.. 60 8 H
. . 4W I .
., 4 I kl
..1,1 I 30
.. 7H 8 6U
WESTERN-COLORADO.
66 steers.. ..1UX 6 1
HOGS Receipts ut hogs wars light this
morning ai.il aaileis taking note of that
fact and the further fact thai advices
from other selling points were enoouraglng
Slarled out asking deo dediy higher prices
than yesterday, on the othr band, prlc a
being already cloaa up to the lii.n point
of the tear, packers a ere slow about Dul
ling on anything. They wanted the hogs,
163 native, ewea
2 native yearnngi
33, native
16 native
32 native
10 native
lambs
lambs, mills..
ewes
ewes, culls....
91
.......... 67
feeders W
140
150
70
7?
70
78
71
BO
90
97
70
70
63
69
IIS
93
100
K5
99
53
77
T3
V,
101
89
m
64
118
66
6 50
7 30
4 35
4 35
4 36
6 40
5 75
6 10
7 75
I Ai
( IS
! 1A
7 80
( no
"0
$ n
7 7S
7 00
7 W
7 40
7 n
7 an
4 5
s 00
I sv
7 75
7 75
7 75
7 00
4 60
6 70
6 50
3 00
4 00
6 FpO
7 2i
t 2fi
3 50
4 85
70
t 00
$ 50
4 85
150
CHICAGO, a,IVE" STOCK. MARKET
Cattle Steady Hoc Hlgker Sheen
and Lambs' Loner. '
CHIOAGO. Deo. 4S. CATTLE Receipts
7,(00 head; market steady., steers, $.0oJ.00;
cows. $3.60434 00; heifers. $3.40&6.00; bulls,
$i.40-i4.76; ' ealves, $3.009.761 stockers and
fee a s. $3. 7643 5.60.
h. jS Receipts. 12.000 head: market 6C
hlghi-r; choice heavy, 34. 61 S. 71; butchers,
$3.eW8.70; light- mixed, $8 SMi2.40; choice
liaht, 88.36478: tiacking. 8e aMi'8.66: C ga
87.6uU8.26; bulk Of sales, IK.40JI6 40.
bHttf AKU LpAMHS KecelptS, IHM.11
head: market for sheeD loulac lower:
iambs, steady; sheep, Hxpw6.7; lamba, $6.25
lQS.u; yearangs, t).swaVi,v. -
Kansas City LlTe block Mnrket.
KANSAS CITT, Doc. 28. -CATTLE
ceHMS, lUUBu head, including luo southerns;
market fos aleera, layioc lower; fur oalvea,
comb, packers and feeders firm; chuice ex
port and drtased beef steers $6.00t J. 26; fair
to good $4.buii6.00; western steers, $4.04
6.X: stockers and feeders. $8.6u4ia.oo; aoutn-
ern steera, $4.0oi6.0u; soulhern cuas, $2.7a
native oows, 12 ia 1 a; native ne lers,
a3.a41.a6; bulls. $3.2-,.; calves, $aOou8.60.
HOUS-Kticelpts. b.vu head: market IOC
higher; top, il.bO; bulk if gaiaa, i w,
heavy, $.48 .60; packers and bulcnera,
lo.a52il.52Mi; light, $85i(H.47Vx; pigs, 36.15(X
7.60. ...
CHEEP Ar-U LAMUS- Receipts, e.000
bead; market 5c higher; lambs, $ 20; west
ern yearlings, 4 i.io; lamoa, .iwa i; ye .r
lilius. $6.0uu7.10; wettu'is'. $u.2au6.e6; ewea
$4. 0O(u,5. la, stockers and feeders, $3.a0'6.6.
St. Lonls Live Itock Market,
ST. LOUIS, Dee. 2S.-CATTLE Receipts,
8,5 0 head, Including 200 Texans; market
steady; native snipping and export steers,
W. uan 4.40: dressed beet and butcher steeis,
$3.&Utj6.76; steers under l.OUO pounds, $4.(Ak(fi
5.80; stockers and feeders, 8ioiiii4.7&, cows
and heifers. $3.2.2a; canners, $.13.80;
bulls. a 404.06; calves, lb.0iKuS.7a, Texas
and Indian steers, $3.50Q'5.6H; cows and hei
era. Il.2bti4..
HOUS lleceipta, 6.000 head; market 10c
Malieri pigs and lights, $0.1118. 26; packers,
$8 4oi8.60; butclier and best heavy, iH.boj
8.75. ...
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.900
head: market strong; native muttons, $3
&6 &0; lambs, $.2 8 40; culls and bucks,
$3.504j6.8G; stockers, $3.25184.00.
St. Joarppu Lie Stock Market,
BT. JOSEPH. Mo., Dec. J3.-CATTLE-
Receipts, l.boo head; market steady. S eers,
$1.50i4ti.OO; cows and heifers, 2.ao00
eaivea. W 00416 00.
HOUS luceipts, I W head; market, 6c to
10c higher, lop, $8. bulk of sales, $8.1$
pu8.40. ' '
ttm.jf A.-su uariB- oneep, none,
New Voik. No.
iuls 100 lesa
choice Unpolled,
ported, per bol.
Ileay lllipoi le-vi.
tinted. liigniy
bbl., $8.00.
orate. $1 75;
crate. 81. i. cananaa:
per bbl., 84.60; ureeuiiigat,
1, per bbl., $a.t0; ten but
tirapes: Malaaas, extra
per bbl., $a.au; tancy nu
l.O0. extra fancy, exlra
per bbl., t0; exua fancy
colored, luiporletl, per
Natouia, extra fuuey, per
Emperor, California, red, per
extra lancy fori
Limun or Changuluola, finest and largest.
per bunch, J.OU. exua lauey ilicviai ia iu.
bunches, per bunch. $3.00; extra lancy, per
bunch, $3.uui'k.i6; special $-hand bunches,
l 75. Cranberries: Extra fancy, long-keep-
ng, per pui., fi.av, , iap.-viiBiu, pii,, aw
for Irumcuiate use only, per bbl., $6. 5.
Pears: Cauiurnia, extra tancy nuicr
Beurre. per box, $2 60. California caulr-
flower, per crate. $-75. Honey Colorado. ,
per crate, $a Kansas sweet potatoes,
ine finest l.evy weight, two-hu. obi., 2.tU
Celery: Extra fancy aiicnigan, per aos..
Vac; Jumbo, California, per doa., 73a Head
lettuce, per nam per. 4 nuiauaiaa.
Canadian, per lb., la. Caooage: Wiscon
sin genuine Holland seed, per 10.,
in l.wuo-lb. lots or more, lc; red cabbage,
per lb., 2c. Florida loma-toes, six basket
crates. $6 60. Onions: lnuiina itea uiooe, .
per bu., $100; yellow, uregon. per id., j,
Spanish oulons, per crate, $1.50. Figs: New
imported. 7 crown, per lb., 15c; 4 crown,
per lb.. 13c; 12-13 ox packagea, per box. .
hue; 60-6 ox. package, per box, $2.00; im
ported, per l la. uuancp, v, apiipuippw.
Drake seedlings, per lb., 5e. Cocoanuis, .
per sack, s.ou; e-acu, u- ppaa.pi,
per lb., 44c. riiuaiia, .a, a isc, pm iw.
Louisiana. Per lb.. 174c; Jumbo
Texas per lb., 16o; medium Texas,. per lb., '
13M.C. Black walnuts, per lb.. gSo. Hickory :
nuts small, per id., oc; iaige, to. vamoi- ,
nla walnuts: No. 1 soft shell psr lb., lac;
No. i soft shell, per lbs"f lie FeanuU: '
Raw, per lb., 6c; Jumbo, raw, per lb., 1c;
roasted, per lb., 8c; salted, per box, $136.
Dates: 30 1-11. packagea, per box, ll.w.
new Halloween, per lb., 6tc; surer walnut,
ber box. $126;' Fard. c4" Iry loo.--; Mott s
cider, per keg, $3.60. W bits rice popcorn,
Beef 'Cuis-No. 1 rlb,"wt4c; $0. i "ribs,
lie; No: I rlbi, tc; No. 1 lolrif 18c; Ko. 1
luin. 13Vc; No. ( loin, Vic: No. 1 chuck.
7c; No, 2 chuck. 6c; No. cttuck. IHc; No.
1 rouiipl. c; No. $ round, 7 he; N6. 2 round,
6Vc; No. 1 pla'-s. to; No. I plate, 6ke; No.
$ plata, 4Vo.
J : ....
Dakota Editors
at-Sioux Falls
.Sloaa City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Dec. 28 (Special Tele.
grain.) CA'lTLE Receipt, l,Ti head,
Market steady.
HOijS rtuccipta, 2,100 head. Market 5tf
10c higner; range of prices, $8 lijj.vio; bulk
of sales, $.38 ft.
Minneapolis). $a 5ofi5.70; second patents but they did nut seem to want to bid up
toffee Market. -
NEW YORK. Ie. 2ii.-COFFEE-Futures
closed ttp.n. net unchanged. Saeaj were
repotted of 23.760 bags, includiiig December
at 65c, March at 6.e0c: May at 6aojiis,
July at $I.0ue; betember at $7.Umj7.Juc.
Spot, steady; No. 7 H10. bvl ll-16c; No. i
Sanlpa, ac, mild, quiet; Cordova, ijUV,o.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. O, Dec 88 SEEDS Clover,
cash, $h 90, December, $8.90, February, p TXl;
March. $66; April. 88 96; OcUler. $6.70; No.
8, $4.45; repoctpad. th.$7. Timothy, prime.
$L8s- Alslka, ptiina $7.i; lecember, $7.9C;
March. $a 10.
agar and Malassea.
NEW YORK. Do. 28-SUOR-Uaw.
quiet; Muscovado, 88 tssl. lUc; centrif
ugal, M lent 4 02c; molasses sugar, 8 teat.
3 27e: refined. iuil; crushed, $o6c; gl anu
laled. 4 aic; powdered, 6 04c.
Mllwankee Grain Market.
MT
.WAUKFE Dec. 28. WHEAT No. 1
np.ru.rrn. 3I0T4; No. I northern, $1.141-la;
61 ay.
OA'
LARLEV
$7 10'c. aak'd.
S-t fi4c.
mplea, 62t6,c
very mucli higher. 1 pe result waa that
the market opened slow, , but gradually
prices stiffened up until tha moie d.sir
able of the tugs pushessing some weignt
sold about 6c higher. The light and under
weight loads did not sell quite so readily
and it took tnoia work to get buyers to
raise prices on that kind. Siill the hogs
kept selling a load or to at a lime and
the early receipts were cleaned up in fair
season.
Hugs are selling so high that packers gre
buying them as It were under prtnest, and
hence tha natural thing to etp ct is that
th.-y will take advantage of any opportunity
afforded to cheapen up their purchasea.
Late trains which arrived at the yards
after the more urgent orders are filled and
some of the buyers have dropped oui, af
ford tha very beat opportunity fir tits
cheapening up of drovea. The result Is
thai tha market closes lower nearly every
day. Today the same old program was In
force. While the early market waa higher,
as tioted above, the later market eased off,
dyers trying to pick up th late arrivals
at prices quite a little lower, making tha
trade slow and ungauafaolpry toweri) (he
Close.
Uepreaepiativa sales:
his. at. Ba. Pt. Ka. ' A. Ik. Pr
S) 1M IV 3 hi M 11 IW I 114
14 XT! ... IN 83. ...... .IS ,,. 116
U 40 I 66 71 1. Ml ... its
n 8U W IH tw ... 114
kteok In Sight.
Ricelpts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yealeaiijy:
Cattle.
South Omaha. 8,600
Sioux City .1 L7u0
St. Joseph l.boo
Kanias City ,..11.0u0
bt. I .iuls .3,6 0
Chicago 7.000
Totals
.118.400
Hos8. Sheep.
3.7 0 4,o00
2.10J
3,tw0
6,1100 (.000
6.O0O I.dOj
tf-Ovo U.oou
U.)0 25,900
Prpgrain. " for State Meeting Next
Month Includes Interesting; "
FeatTires.' -
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Dec. 28. (Special.)
.-The program has been completed for the
cpnual midwinter meeting of the South
Dakota Press association, which will ba
held in Sioux Falls on Thursday and Fri
day, January 27 and 2a. The dates have
been fixad at a time when it is easy for
every publisher to get away from home,
and an unusually lrgs attendance is
looked for. The following Is the literary
program whiiih has been prepared for the
meeting:
President s address, C. M. Day, Argus
Leader, SIuux Falls.
Soldiering an Editor." Harry Wentzy,
Press-Reporter, Pukwana.
'The Province of the Country News
paper," Mrs. Christina S. Thorp, Brltton,
member of the Women's National, press
association, Washington. D. C.
"What I Know About the Uw of Libel,
Thomas W. Taubman, Herald, i'lanking-
t0"The Standing or Dignity of the Country
Press," H. A. Sturges, Republic. Beresford.
"Does Printing Cost Anything to prr
duce?" This will be the sublet of an ad
dress by F. J. Elllck of Omaha.
On Thursday evening, January ,27, the
visiting newspaper men will be guests at a
theater party at tho New theater, the play
for the occasion being "Lltt(e Johnnla
Jones.". Friday forenoon all the members
of the stats press association who are la
the 'city w 111 be given a rids over the lines
of the new electric street railway system.
Stops will be made at several points of
Interest, such as the Sioux Falls peniten
tiary. A business session of the association will
be held In the afternoon of the second
day, and a reception given all women in
attendance by the women or bioux. aus.
In the evening the visiting newspaper men
will be guests at another theater party, this
time at the Majestic theater. Following
this thtre will be a smoker and addresses
a 111 bo made by a number of prominent
members of the association.
Metal Market.
NEW YORK.!ec. 2S.-METAL8-SUnd-ard
copper waa firrb today. I vocal dealers
quote Lake at $U.8ouM-bz. electrolytic at
81S.12tii 12 87V and casting .at $13.tuj 13.26.
London market closed firm and a shade
higher than last Friday, with spot at 61
and futures at 62 3s Id. Tin was firm I
epot. $J3 87vt. Lndon market firm and
higher; spot, 153 17g 6d; futures, 156 7s
6d. Lead, firm; spot cloved at $4 674.72'e.
London market tiiehar at 13 6s. Speller,
quiet; spot. 86 10ti6 30. London market un
changed, U 2s 6d. Iron unchanged at 61s
4'4,d for Cleveland warrants In London.
Local market unchanged.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 36 METALS Lead,
quiet, $l.6a; spelter, dull, $6 10.
IHl aaeat HesJn.
OIL CITY, Pa., Dec. 28 OIL Credit bal
ances. $1.43; runs, 31.888 bbls.: average. 139.
K2 bbls ; shipments .'86,413 bbls.; average,
til iwl bbls.
SAVANNAH. Oa Dee, 28. OIL Tur
ner!! die. f 1 1 m : 64Vk4iii44aO.
ROSIN Firm; quote: B $3 85; D. $3 97
E 34 0iVn4 ttti, F. 8108: tl 84TH'1110
14 15; I. 4.l: K." 806; M, $5WI. N, r 16;
$3o; WW, $.7.
$4 15;
VQ,
7h:
Pry Good Market.
NEW YORK. Dec. U.-Many retail buy
ers are In the dry goods market In at
tendance at the seml-aannal clearg'c
sales. Cotton goods and yarns are very
girung. but trading, is golnjj on In small
lots, principally for spot and, nearby de
livery. Men a wear martreta are active In
fancy overcoa lings, and sums lines ot sult-
kCaaa Libel Suit Transferred.
6IOUX FALLS. 8. D.. Deo. 38. (Sptcial.)
A libei suite Instituted In the state cir
cuit court of Sanborn county a few months
ago by Mrs. M. M. Robs of this city, whu
edits the Soo Critic, a local weekly news
paper, the defendant bing Ueorge W. Egan,
the local attorney abuse troubles have been
before the publlo at various ' times dur!nJ
the past year, has been Hansferred to the
state circuit court In Sioux Falls, and will
be tried at the April term. Mrs. Ross seeks
to recover damages in the sum of $10.OuO
from Mr- Egan for' tatements repeatedly
made by him is his newspaper in reference
to her. The motlo.i for . the transfer of
the suit from Sanborn to Minnehaha county
was made by Mr. Egan. The attpirneyg for
the plaintiff at once assented, ond the
ground that the Egan sentiment In Minne
haha county had subsided so not ceably that
a fair 1 rial could now be had In this county.
This action was taken by her attorneys
on request of Mrs. Rosa
BlaT Fee In Kaofuiann Case.
HIOUX FALLS. K. D., Ieo. 2a. (Special.)
For the last two days a rumor has been
In circulation 10 the effect Miat Aikena 3k
Judge, a lorul law firm. I about to In
stitute gn action against Muac,s Kaufn.ana
for the roovey of attorney fets In ih'j
sum of $20,000 for conducting the two
trials of the pow famous uass of Mia.
Einrca Kaufmann. Aikens At Judg acted
as cu ef tounael for Mrs. Kauf innpn, When
seen by a. esaspaper ryan MsM fsfused. 14
affirm or deny the rumor-