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Title: Robinson Telegraphic Cipher

Author: S. L. Robinson

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ESTABLISHED 1872.

The Robinson Telegraphic Cipher

(TRADE MARK)

"REVISED EDITION."

Fifteen additional pages inserted; every cipher word, quotation and phrase
in former editions retained; see next page.

Signature

Author and Proprietor,

CHICAGO.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

COPYRIGHT, 1897,
BY
S. L. ROBINSON.

IMPORTANT==READ CAREFULLY.

The changes in Grades of Grain, new Railroads and Freight Lines, and advanced methods of doing business has made it necessary to insert new cipher words and phrases in "The Robinson Telegraphic Cipher."

The "Revised Edition" retains all the cipher words and phrases of former editions, in identically the same relationship, the only difference being additions, which are all printed in Italics, that you may easily distinguish and only use them with correspondents who have the "Revised Edition."

Additions will be found on the following pages: 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 49, 49a, 78, 79, 80, 81, 85, 86, 87, 88, 92 and 103.

The same care has been exercised in the selection of safe "cipher" or code words, not easily misread from copy or changed in telegraphic transmission, that has helped largely to make "The Robinson Cipher" the accepted standard code for the Trade.

The cipher words for the new phrases follow as closely in alphabetical order as possible without changing the position of the old ones.

Where blanks occur in or at the terminus of the printed phrases let the cipher word or words supplying such blanks follow the cipher word of the phrase in respective order, as "Revelation, Alkali, Chicago," for "Quote price No. 2 corn laid down in Chicago."

When the price is manifestly above 1.10 the dollar will be understood and not expressed, as "Churl," for 1.35.

INDEX

See Index on Page 4 of Supplement,
also see Page 4 of Additional Supplement.

PAGES.
About Buying (Customer) 58-61
About Buying (Broker) 61-63
About Selling (Customer) 64-66
About Selling (Broker) 66-68
* About Funds 90-93
About Insurance 94
About Packing 98-99
About Telegraphing 94-95
Averages 18-19
* Bids, Acceptances, Billing, etc. 78-81
* Breadstuffs 6-11
Crops and Weather 96-97
Foreign Advices (Cables) 52-53
Freights by Sail 82
Freights by Steam 82
Freights by Steam and Rail 83
Freights all Rail 83
Foreign Freights 84
* Hay and Straw 5
In Salt 19
In Pickle 19
Miscellaneous 69-71
Provisions 12-15
Qualifications 15-17
Quotations and Quantities 22-34
Quotations for Provisions 34-43
* Routes and Conveyances 84-89
Receipts 54-55
Shipments 55-56
Stock 57
Shipping Instructions 72-73
Shipping and Freight Enquiries 73-74
Shipping and Freight Advices 75-77
Specified Quantities 3-5
State of the Market (Upward) 44-47
State of the Market (Inactive) 47-48
State of the Market (Downward) 49b-51
* State of the Market (Additions) 49-49a
* Sundries 100-103
Time of Day 99
Time of Delivery 20-22
Your letter of ____ received 43

* Pages with New Phrases.

The following phrases have been arranged to save in a great measure looking through the book, when using the cipher for orders. The month or word for time of delivery, following the word for the amount. Example: "Abdicate, Achieve, March," translated reads, Buy 250 bbls. Mess Pork, March delivery.

Abacus Buy ____ Contract Wheat.
Abaft Buy ____ Number 2 Spring Wheat.
Abandon Buy ____ Number 2 Corn.
Abash Buy ____ Number 2 Oats.
Abated Buy ____ Number 2 Barley.
Abating Buy ____ Regular Lard.
Abdicate Buy ____ Mess Pork.
Abbess Buy ____ Short Ribs.
Abbot Sell ____ Contract Wheat.
Abdomen Sell ____ Number 2 Spring Wheat.
Abduct Sell ____ Number 2 Corn.
Abet Sell ____ Number 2 Oats.
Abettor Sell ____ Number 2 Barley.
Abhor Sell ____ Regular Lard.
Ability Sell ____ Mess Pork.
Abhorred Sell ____ Short Ribs.
Ablest Have bought ____ Contract Wheat.
Abjure Have bought ____ No. 2 Spring Wheat.
Able Have bought ____ No. 2 Corn.
Ablution Have bought ____ No. 2 Oats.
Abnormal Have bought ____ No. 2 Barley.
Abode Have bought ____ Regular Lard.
Abolish Have bought ____ Mess Pork.
Abolished Have bought ____ Short Ribs.
Abound Have sold ____ Contract Wheat.
Abortion Have sold ____ Number 2 Spring Wheat
Abounded Have sold ____ Number 2 Corn.
Abreast Have sold ____ Number 2 Oats.
Abram Have sold ____ Number 2 Barley.
Abridge Have sold ____ Regular Lard.
Abrupt Have sold ____ Mess Pork.
Abrogate Have sold ____ Short Ribs.
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SPECIFIED QUANTITIES.

Abscond 1,000 bush
Absconded 2,000 bush
Absconding 3,000 bush
Absent 4,000 bush
Absolute 5,000 bush
Absolutely 10,000 bush
Absolve 15,000 bush
Absorbed 20,000 bush
Absorbing 25,000 bush
Abstain 30,000 bush
Abstained 35,000 bush
Abstinence 40,000 bush
Abstinent 45,000 bush
Abstruse 50,000 bush
Abstrusely 55,000 bush
Absurd 60,000 bush
Absurdity 65,000 bush
Absurdness 70,000 bush
Abundance 75,000 bush
Abundant 80,000 bush
Abuse 85,000 bush
Abusing 90,000 bush
Abusive 95,000 bush
Abutment 100,000 bush
Abyss 105,000 bush
Academy 110,000 bush
Accent 115,000 bush
Accented 120,000 bush
Accenting 125,000 bush
Acceptance 150,000 bush
Accident 175,000 bush
Accidental 200,000 bush
Acclaim 225,000 bush
Acclamation 250,000 bush
Acclimate 300,000 bush
Accommodate 350,000 bush
Accomplish 400,000 bush
Accomplished 450,000 bush
Accord 500,000 bush
Account 25 bbls
Accounted 50 bbls
Accuse 75 bbls
Accusing 100 bbls
Accustom 125 bbls
Ache 150 bbls
Aching 200 bbls
Achieve 250 bbls
Acknowledge 300 bbls
Acorn 400 bbls
Acquaint 500 bbls
Acquaintance 600 bbls
Acquainted 700 bbls
Acquire 750 bbls
Acquisition 800 bbls
Acquit 900 bbls
Acquittal 1,000 bbls
Acquitting 1,250 bbls
Acrobat 1,500 bbls
Acting 1,750 bbls
Action 2,000 bbls
Actionable 2,500 bbls
Actor 3,000 bbls
Actress 4,000 bbls
Actual 5,000 bbls
Actually 7,500 bbls
Acute 10,000 bbls
Adage 25 tierces
Adamant 50 tierces
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Adam

75 tierces
Adaline 100 tierces
Addible 125 tierces
Addition 150 tierces
Addle 200 tierces
Address 250 tierces
Adept 300 tierces
Adequate 400 tierces
Adhere 500 tierces
Adhesion 600 tierces
Adjacent 700 tierces
Adjective 750 tierces
Adjourn 800 tierces
Adjourned 900 tierces
Adjudge 1,000 tierces
Adjust 1,250 tierces
Adjusted 1,500 tierces
Adjusting 1,750 tierces
Adjustment 2,000 tierces
Adjutant 2,500 tierces
Administer 3,000 tierces
Admirable 4,000 tierces
Admiral 5,000 tierces
Admiration 7,500 tierces
Admire 10,000 tierces
Admission 5,000 lbs
Admit 10,000 lbs
Admittance 20,000 lbs
Admitted 30,000 lbs
Admitting 40,000 lbs
Admix 50,000 lbs
Admonish 60,000 lbs
Adopted 75,000 lbs
Adopting 80,000 lbs
Adoption 100,000 lbs
Adorable 150,000 lbs
Adoration 200,000 lbs
Adore 250,000 lbs
Adorned 300,000 lbs
Adorning 400,000 lbs
Adrift 500,000 lbs
Adult 600,000 lbs
Adulterate 750,000 lbs
Adultery 1,000,000 lbs
Advance 1,500,000 lbs
Advantage 2,000,000 lbs
Advent 2,500,000 lbs
Adventure 5,000,000 lbs
Advertise 50 boxes
Advisable 100 boxes
Advising 150 boxes
Advise 200 boxes
Advocate 250 boxes
Advocating 300 boxes
Advocation 350 boxes
Afar 400 boxes
Affable 500 boxes
Affect 600 boxes
Affected 700 boxes
Affecting 750 boxes
Affection 800 boxes
Affiant 900 boxes
Affidavit 1,000 boxes
Affiliate 1,250 boxes
Affinity 1,500 boxes
Affirm 1,750 boxes
Affirmable 2,000 boxes
Afflict 2,500 boxes
Afflicted 3,000 boxes
Afflicting 3,500 boxes
Affliction 4,000 boxes
Affluence 4,500 boxes
Affluent 5,000 boxes
Afforded 1 car loads
Affording 2 car loads
Affray 3 car loads
Affright 4 car loads
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Affrighted

5 car loads
Affront 6 car loads
Affronted 7 car loads
Affronting 8 car loads
Afoot 9 car loads
Afraid 10 car loads
Aft 12 car loads
After 15 car loads
Against 20 car loads
Agape 25 car loads
Agate 30 car loads
Aged 40 car loads
Agedly 50 car loads
Agency 1 boat loads
Agent 2 boat loads
Aggravate 3 boat loads
Aggravation 4 boat loads
Aggregate 5 boat loads
Aghast 6 boat loads
Agitate 7 boat loads
Agitating 8 boat loads
Agitation 9 boat loads
Agony 10 boat loads
Agree 12 boat loads
Agreeable 15 boat loads
Agreement 20 boat loads

HAY AND STRAW

Absented Choice Timothy Hay
Absenting No. 1 Timothy Hay
Absently No. 2 Timothy Hay
Absinthe No. 3 Timothy Hay
Absolution No. 1 Clover Mixed Hay
Absolving No. 2 Clover Mixed Hay
Absolvent No. 1 Clover Hay
Absorb No. 2 Clover Hay
Absorbent No Grade Hay
Absorption Choice Prairie Hay
Abstract No. 1 Prairie Hay
Abstracted No. 2 Prairie Hay
Abstractly No. 3 Prairie Hay
Absurdly No. 4 Prairie Hay
Abusively No Grade Prairie Hay
Acacia No. 1 Straight Rye Straw
Accede No. 2 Straight Rye Straw
Acceding Tangled Rye Straw
Access Wheat Straw
Acclaimer Oat Straw
Accolade Large Bales
Accomplice Medium Bales
Accompany Small Bales
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BREADSTUFFS.

WHEAT.

Aground No. 1 Chicago Spring Wheat.
Ahead No. 2 Chicago Spring Wheat.
Ail No. 1 Milwaukee Spring Wheat.
Ailment No. 2 Milwaukee Spring Wheat.
Aimless No. 1 Northwestern Spring Wheat.
Aisle No. 2 Northwestern Spring Wheat.
Ajax No. 1 Minnesota Spring Wheat.
Akin No. 2 Minnesota Spring Wheat.
Alabaster No. 3 Spring Wheat.
Alamode Rejected Spring Wheat.
Albino No. 1 White Winter Wheat.
Album No. 2 White Winter Wheat.
Albumen No. 1 Red Winter Wheat.
Alchemy No. 2 Red Winter Wheat.
Alcove Rejected Winter Wheat.
Alder No. 1 Amber Wheat.
Alderman No. 2 Amber Wheat.
Alert No. 3 Amber Wheat.
Alertness California White Wheat.
Algebra California Club.
Accost No. 1 Northern Spring Wheat.
Accosted No. 2 Northern Spring Wheat.
Accosting No. 1 White Spring Wheat.
Accostable No. 2 White Spring Wheat.
Accountant No. 3 White Spring Wheat.
Accouple No. 1 Spring Wheat.
Accretion No. 2 Spring Wheat.
Accrue No. 4 Spring Wheat.
Accrument No Grade Spring Wheat.
Accumb Black Sea and Flinty Pfife Wheat.
Accumbent Rice Wheat.
Accurate No. 1 Hard Winter Wheat.
Accursed No. 2 Hard Winter Wheat.
Acetic No. 3 Hard Winter Wheat.
Acid No. 3 White Winter Wheat.
Acidity No. 4 White Winter Wheat.
Acidulate No. 3 Red Winter Wheat.
Acnode No. 4 Red Winter Wheat.
Aconite No. 1 Long Red Winter Wheat.
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Acolyte

No. 2 Long Red Winter Wheat.
Acoustic No Grade Winter Wheat.
Acoustical No. 1 Colorado Wheat.
Acquitted No. 2 Colorado Wheat.
Acrobatic No. 3 Colorado Wheat.
Across No. 2 Kansas City Hard Winter Wheat.
Acrostic No. 3 Kansas City Hard Winter Wheat.

CORN.

Alienate White Corn.
Alight Yellow Corn.
Alighting No. 1 Corn.
Alike High Mixed Corn.
Alkali No. 2 Corn.
Alkaline Rejected Corn.
Allay No. 2 Kiln Dried Corn.
Allege New Corn.
Actable No. 1 Yellow Corn.
Acted No. 2 Yellow Corn.
Actively No. 3 Yellow Corn.
Actless No. 1 White Corn.
Acumen No. 2 White Corn.
Acutely No. 3 White Corn.
Adamite No. 3 Corn.
Adamic No. 4 Corn.
Adaunt No Grade Corn.
Adaptly No. 2 Kansas City Corn.
Addressed Ear Corn.
Addressing .  .  .  .  .  .
Affair .  .  .  .  .  .
Affiance .  .  .  .  .  .
Affirmed .  .  .  .  .  .
Affirming .  .  .  .  .  .
Affix .  .  .  .  .  .
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OATS.

Allegiance No. 1 Oats.
Alliance No. 2 White Oats.
Alligator No. 2 Oats.
Allot Rejected Oats.
Allotted Choice White Oats, by sample.
Allotting Choice Mixed Oats, by sample.
Allotment Fair White Oats, by sample.
Allowance Fair Mixed Oats, by sample.
Affixed No. 1 White Oats.
Affixing No. 3 White Oats.
Affuse No. 3 Oats.
Affusion No Grade Oats.
African No. 3 Oats (White).
Agedness No. 1 White Clipped Oats.
Aggrieve No. 2 White Clipped Oats.
Agile White Clipped Oats ____ lbs.
Agility Mixed Clipped Oats ____ lbs.

RYE.

Allspice No. 1 Rye.
Allude No. 2 Rye.
Alluding Rejected Rye.
Agitator No. 3 Rye.

BARLEY.

Allurement No. 1 Barley.
Allusion No. 2 Barley.
Almanac No. 3 Barley.
Almighty Rejected Barley.
Agleam No. 4 Barley.
Agog No. 5 Barley.
Agonize No Grade Barley.
Agnostic No. 1 Scotch Barley.
Agreeably No. 2 Scotch Barley.
Aided No. 3 Scotch Barley.
Aiding No. 1 Bay Brewing Barley.
Aidful No. 2 Bay Brewing Barley.
Aidless No. 3 Bay Brewing Barley.
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Akimbo

No. 1 Chevalier Barley.
Alarm No. 2 Chevalier Barley.
Alarmed No. 3 Chevalier Barley.
Alarming Feed Barley.
Alarmist Malting Barley.
Alas Barley Screenings.
Albatross Malt Skimmings.

SEEDS.

Almond Prime Timothy Seed.
Almost Good Timothy Seed.
Alms Common Timothy Seed.
Alone Prime Clover Seed.
Along Good Clover Seed.
Aloof Common Clover Seed.
Aloud Flax Seed.
Alpaca Hungarian Seed.
Albedo No. 1 Northwestern Flax Seed.
Albiness No. 1 Duluth Flax Seed.
Albion No. 2 Duluth Flax Seed.
Alcade No. 1 Flax Seed.
Alcadia Rejected Flax Seed.
Alchemist No Grade Flax Seed.
Alcoholic Fair to Good Timothy Seed.
Alcoran Strictly Prime Timothy Seed.
Aldermanic Choice Timothy Seed.
Aldine Contract Prime Timothy Seed.
Alembic Fair to Good Clover Seed.
Alfalfa Strictly Prime Clover Seed.
Algebraic Choice Clover Seed.
Algerine Good Hungarian Seed.
Algonkin Prime Hungarian Seed.
Alhambra Common Millet.
Alibi German Millet.
Alien .  .  .  .  .  .
Alimony .  .  .  .  .  .
Alkaloid .  .  .  .  .  .
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MILL FEED.

Allegory Winter Wheat Bran in Bulk.
Allegretto Winter Wheat Bran in Sacks.
Allegro Spring Wheat Bran in Bulk.
Allemande Spring Wheat Bran in Sacks.
Allopath Fancy White Middlings in Bulk.
Allow Fancy White Middlings in Sacks.
Allowing Choice White Middlings in Bulk.
Allusive Choice White Middlings in Sacks.
Alluvial Flour Middlings in Bulk.
Almoner Flour Middlings in Sacks.
Alps Standard Fine Middlings in Bulk.
Alpen Standard Fine Middlings in Sacks.
Alpha Coarse Middlings in Bulk.
Alphabet Coarse Middlings in Sacks.
Already Mixed Feed in Bulk.
Altimeter Mixed Feed in Sacks.
Altiscope Red-dog Flour in 100 lb. Sacks.
Altissimo Red-dog Flour in 140 lb. Sacks.
Alto Rye Feed in Bulk.
Aluminus Rye Feed in Sacks.
Always Hominy Chop, or Meal in Bulk.
Ambassage Hominy Chop, or Meal in 100 lb. Sacks.
Ambassy Linseed Oil Meal in 100 lb. Sacks.
Amber Cotton Seed Oil Meal in 100 lb. Sacks.
Ambergris .  .  .  .  .  .
Ambient .  .  .  .  .  .
Ambitious .  .  .  .  .  .
Amble .  .  .  .  .  .
Ambling .  .  .  .  .  .
Amblingly .  .  .  .  .  .
Ambrose .  .  .  .  .  .
Ambrosia .  .  .  .  .  .
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FLOUR.

Altar Best Spring Extra Flour.
Alternate Good Spring Extra Flour.
Alternately Common Spring Extra Flour.
Alum Low Grade Spring Extra Flour.
Alumni Choice to fancy Spring Extra Flour.
Amalgam Medium to good Spring Extra Flour.
Amalgamate Fair to choice Spring Extra Flour.
Amassed Best Winter Flour.
Amassing Good Winter Flour.
Amateur Common Winter Flour.
Ambassador Fair to good White Winter Flour.
Ambition Choice White Winter Flour.
Ambulance Red Winter Flour.
Ambuscade Choice Minnesota Flour.
Ambush Common Minnesota Flour.
Ambushed Good to choice Minnesota Flour.
Ambushing Minnesota Patent Flour.
Amen Flour equal to New York Extra State.
Amendable Rye Flour.
Amid Buckwheat Flour.
Amidst Choice Baker's Flour from Spring Wheat.
Amiss Good Baker's Flour from Spring Wheat.
Amity .  .  .  .  .  .
Ammonia .  .  .  .  .  .
Amnesty .  .  .  .  .  .
Amongst .  .  .  .  .  .
Amorous .  .  .  .  .  .

HIGHWINES.

Amount Highwines (wood bound).
Amounting Highwines (iron bound).
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PROVISIONS.

HOGS.

Ample Live Hogs.
Amplify Live Hogs averaging —— lbs.
Amputate Live (or gross) Hogs, good packing qualities averaging about —— lbs.
Amputating Dressed Hogs.
Amputation Dressed Hogs averaging 200 lbs. or over.
Amulet Dressed Hogs averaging 200 lbs.
Amuse Dressed Hogs averaging less than 200 lbs.

PORK.

Anatomy Mess Pork.
Ancestor Mess Pork (new).
Anchor Mess Pork (old).
Anew Mess Pork —— lbs. overweight.
Angel Heavy Mess Pork.
Angelic Light Mess Pork.
Angelical Prime Mess Pork.
Angling Extra Prime Pork.
Angry Mess Ordinary, or Thin Mess Pork.
Anguish Clear Pork.
Angular Extra Clear Pork.
Animal Extra Shoulder Pork.
Animated Back Pork.
Animation Clear Back Pork.
Ankle Rump Pork.

LARD.

Annex Choice Lard (leaf and trimmings only).
Announce Prime Steam or Contract Lard.
Antagonist Prime Kettle Rendered Lard.
Antelope Penned Lard in —— lb. caddies.
Anthem Refined Lard in ——
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GREASE AND TALLOW.

Antidote Prime White Grease.
Antipode Fair White Grease.
Antique Prime Yellow Grease.
Antiquity Prime Brown Grease.
Anvil Drab Colored Grease.
Anxious Dark Colored Grease.
Apace Yellow Gut Grease.
Apart Brown Gut Grease.
Apartment Prime (or No. 1) Packer's Tallow.
Aperture Prime Butcher's Tallow.
Apex No. 2 Tallow.

STEARINE.

Apollo Prime Stearine suitable for refining purposes.
Apology No. 2 Stearine.
Apoplexy GREEN MEATS.
Apostle Hams.
Apparel Long Cut Hams.
Appeal Shoulders.
Appealed New York Shoulders.
Appealing Rough Sides.
Appendage Long Clear Middles.
Appendix Short Clear Middles.
Appetite Long Rib Middles.
Applaud Short Rib Middles.
Applauded Cumberland Middles.
Applicant Bellies.
Apply BULK OR DRY SALT MEATS.
Appoint Shoulders.
Appointed Rough Sides.
Appointing Long Clear Middles.
Appointment Short Clear Middles.
Appraise Long Rib Middles.
Apprehend Short Rib Middles.
Approach Cumberland Middles.
Approached Bellies.
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Approbation

BOXED OR ENGLISH MEATS.
Appropriate Long Cut Hams.
Approve Short Cut Hams.
Apron South Staffordshire Hams.
Aptness Shoulders.
Aqueduct Rough Sides.
Arab Long Clear Middles.
Arabia Short Clear Middles.
Arbitrate Long and Short Clear Middles, half each.
Arcade Long Rib Middles.
Archduke Short Rib Middles.
Archives Long and Short Rib Middles, half each.
Ardent Cumberland Middles.
Ardently Stretford Middles.
Argument Birmingham Middles.
Arise South Staffordshire Middles.
Arising Yorkshire Middles.
Armature Irish Cut Middles.
Armor Wiltshires.
Armpit PICKLED MEATS.
Army Choice Sweet Pickle Hams.
Arrange Sweet Pickle Hams, city.
Arrest Sweet Pickle Hams, cured at ____
Arrested Sweet Pickle Shoulders.
Arresting Sweet Pickle Bellies.
Arrogant Hogs' Tongues.
Arsenal SMOKED MEATS.
Arsenic Hams, Sugar Cure, canvassed.
Artery Hams, Sugar Cure, uncanvassed.
Article Shoulders.
Artisan Rough Sides.
Artist Long Clear Middles.
Artistic Short Clear Middles.
Ashamed Long Rib Middles.
Ashore Short Rib Middles.
Aside Bellies.
Asleep Breakfast Bacon.
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BEEF.

Aspect Mess Beef in bbls., 200 lbs. net.
Assail Light Mess Beef in bbls., 200 lbs. net.
Assailed Extra Mess Beef in bbls., 200 lbs. net.
Assault Prime Mess Beef in tierces, 304 lbs. net.
Assaulted India Mess Beef in tierces, 304 lbs. net.
Assaulting Extra India Mess Beef in tierces, 304 lbs. net.
Assay India Beef in tierces, 336 lbs. net.
Assemble Shin Beef.
Assemblage Beef Tongues in pickle.
Assets Beef Hams, Sugar Cure, canvassed.
Assign Beef Hams, Sugar Cure, uncanvassed.

QUALIFICATIONS.

Assume City brands.
Assuming Country brands.
Asthma Chicago cut and cure.
Astonish Choice city cut and cure.
Astonished Country cut and cure (equal city).
Astonishing Country cut and cure (fair).
Astray Fully cured.
Astride Not fully cured.
Asunder Nearly cured.
Asylum Summer cured.
Athlete Winter cured.
Athletic Now in smoke.
Attain To come out of smoke in ____ days.
Attained Smoked dry and bright.
Attaining Smoked dry but a little dark.
Attempt Now in pickle.
Attempted Not strictly choice but good.
Attempting Rejected, but only slightly damaged.
Attentive Rejected and badly damaged.
Attest Same quality as the last.
Attire White and sweet.
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Attitude

White, but not sweet.
Attorney Good color and sweet.
Attract Good color, but not sweet.
Attracted Dark color, but sweet.
Attracting Dark color and not sweet.
Attraction Very good article.
Attribute Medium to fair article.
Auction Very poor article.
Audible Well trimmed.
Audience Tolerably well trimmed.
Auditor Badly trimmed.
Auditing Cut from frozen Hogs.
Aunt Cut from dressed Hogs.
Austria Cut from city slaughtered Hogs.
Author Cut in good weather.
Authentic Cut in bad weather.
Autograph Prime condition.
Autumn In good shipping order.
Avalanche Not less than twenty days in salt at time of delivery.
Avenge Not less than ____ days in salt at time of delivery.
Avenging Five packages inspected, average weight ____
Avenue Five barrels inspected.
Avoid Five tierces inspected.
Avoided Average weight.
Avowal Inspect five barrels.
Awake Inspect five tierces.
Awaking Inspect and weigh five packages.
Award Actual tare, packages to be stripped.
Awarded Marked tare.
Awarding ____ per cent. tare.
Awful ____ lbs. soakage per package allowed.
Awhile Actual tare, packages weighed before being filled.
Awkward ____ per cent. off for salt or (pickle).
Awning Percentage to be ascertained by sweeping.
Axis Percentage to be ascertained by washing.
Babel Packed in boxes.
Baboon Packed in barrels.
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Bachelor

Packed in tierces.
Backward Packed in hogsheads.
Badge Packed in half hogsheads.
Baffle Packed in salt barrels.
Baffling Packed in flour barrels.
Baggage Packages in good order.
Bailiff Packages in bad order.
Balcony Second hand packages.
Baleful New packages.
Ballast Uniform packages.
Ballasted Pickle tight hogsheads.
Ballasting Good slack hogsheads.
Balloon Fly tight hogsheads.
Balsam Slack tierces.
Balmoral Fly tight tierces.
Bamboo Pickle tight tierces.
Banana Full bound tierces.
Bandage Quarter bound tierces.
Bandit Iron bound cooperage.
Banish Irregular packages.
Banner Boxes averaging about ____ lbs. net.
Banquet Packed in the cake.
Bantam Melted and run into the packages.
Bankrupt .  .  .  .  .  .
Baptismal .  .  .  .  .  .
Baptist .  .  .  .  .  .
Barber .  .  .  .  .  .
Barefoot .  .  .  .  .  .
Bargain .  .  .  .  .  .
Bargained .  .  .  .  .  .
Bargaining .  .  .  .  .  .
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AVERAGES.

LBS.
Baritone 10
Barometer 10
Baron 11
Baroness 11
Baronet 12
Barracks 12
Base 13
Basely 13
Baseless 14
Basement 14
Bashful 15
Bashfully 15
Basil 16
Bassoon 16
Bastard 17
Bastile 17
Bastinado 18
Bathe 18
Bathing 19
Baton 19
Battalion 20
Battery 20
Battlement 21
Bawble 21
Bayonet 22
Bazaar 22
Beach 23
Beadle 23
Bearish 24
Beastly 25
Beaten 26
Beautify 27
Beautiful 28
Beauty 29
Beaver 30
Becalm 31
Becalmed 32
Became 33
Bedaub 34
Bedaubed 35
Bedbug 36
Bedeck 37
Bedecked 38
Bedecking 39
Bedlam 40
Bedlamite 41
Bedrid 42
Bedside 43
Bedstead 44
Beech 45
Befall 46
Befalling 47
Befit 48
Befoul 49
Befriend 50
Befriended 51
Beget 52
Begetting 53
Beggar 54
Beggarly 55
Begin 56
Beginner 57
Begotten 58
Begrudge 59
Beguile 60
Behalf 61
Behave 62
Behaving 63
Behead 64
Beheaded 65
Beheading 66
Beholder 67
Behoof 68
Belate 69
Belfry 70
Belief 71
Believe 72
Belle 73
Bellowing 74
Belong 75
Beloved 10 lbs. or under.
Beloving 11 lbs. or under.
Beneath 12 lbs. or under.
Benedict 12 to 14 lbs.
Benefit 14 to 1 6 lbs.
Benefitted 16 to 18 lbs.
Benevolent 18 lbs. or under.
Benumb 18 to 20 lbs.
Benumbed 20 lbs. or under.
Bengal 20 to 22 lbs.
Bequeath 22 to 24 lbs.
Bequeathed 25 to 30 lbs.
Besetting 30 lbs. or under.
Besiege 32 lbs. or under.
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Besieging

34 lbs. or under
Besmear 35 lbs. or under
Bespatter 36 lbs. or under
Bestow 38 lbs. or under
Bestowed 40 lbs. or under
Bestowing 42 lbs. or under
Bestir 50 lbs. or under
Betake 55 lbs. or under
Bethink 60 lbs. or under
Betide 45 lbs. or over
Betimes 50 lbs. or over
Betoken 55 lbs. or over
Betray 60 lbs. or over
Betrayal Not over ____ lbs. average.
Betraying Not under ____ lbs. average.
Betroth Heavy average.
Betrothal Medium average.
Between Light average.

IN SALT.

Days.
Betwixt 3
Bevel 5
Beverage 7
Bewail 10
Bewailed 12
Bewailing 15
Bewilder 17
Bewitch 20
Bewitched 25
Bewitching 30
Beyond 35
Bible 40
Biblical 45
Bigamy 50
Bigamist 55
Bigness 60

IN PICKLE.

Days.
Bigoted 3
Bigotry 5
Bilge 7
Bilious 10
Billiards 12
Binnacle 15
Biography 17
Biped 20
Birth 25
Biscuit 30
Bishop 35
Bismuth 40
Bison 45
Bitterness 50
Bitterly 55
Bitumen 60
{20}

TIME OF DELIVERY.

SELLER'S OPTION UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.

Blacking January.
Blackguard First half January.
Blackleg Last half January.
Bladder January and February.
Blame January, February and March.
Blamable February.
Blameless First half February.
Blanche Last half February.
Blanket February and March.
Blarney February, March and April.
Blaspheme March.
Blast First half March.
Blasted Last half March.
Blasting March and April.
Bleed March, April and May.
Bleeding April.
Blemish First half April.
Bless Last half April.
Blessed April and May.
Blessing April, May and June.
Blighted May.
Blighting First half May.
Blind Last half May.
Blinded May and June.
Blinding May, June and July.
Blindfold June.
Blissful First half June.
Blissfully Last half June.
Blister June and July.
Blithe June, July and August.
Blithesome July.
Blockade First half July.
Blockhead Last half July.
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Bloody

July and August.
Bloodless July, August and September.
Bloodshot August.
Bloomer First half August.
Blooming Last half August.
Blotch August and September.
Blouse August, September and October.
Blubber September.
Bludgeon First half September.
Bluff Last half September.
Bluffed September and October.
Bluffing September, October and November.
Blunder October.
Bluntly First half October.
Boarder Last half October.
Boasted October and November.
Boasting October, November and December.
Boastful November.
Boastfully First half November.
Bodily Last half November.
Bodkin November and December.
Bolster November, December and January.
Bolivar December.
Bombay First half December.
Bombard Last half December.
Bombarded December and January.
Bombarding December, January and February.
Bondage This year.
Bonfire First ten days in ____
Bonny Last ten days in ____
Bonus First twenty days in ____
Booby Last twenty days in ____
Booming First week in ____
Borax Last week in ____
Border Immediately.
Borrow Regular.
Bosom To-morrow.
Botanist This week.
Botany Next week.
Bothered This month.
{22}

Bottomless

Next month.
Bounce Within five days.
Bouncing Within a week.
Boundary Within ten days.
Boundless Within fifteen days.
Bounteous Within twenty days.
Bountiful Within thirty days.
Bounty As fast as possible.
Bowlder As fast as made.
Boxing Free on board.
Bracelet Free on board, not including commission.
Bracket In store.
Brackish Free of storage and insurance.
Braggart Free on board in the spring.
Brahmin Buyer's option.

QUOTATIONS AND QUANTITIES.

Bramble 1-16
Branch
Branching 3-16
Brandy
Bravado 5-16
Breach
Bread 7-16
Breadth
Breaker 9-16
Breakfast
Breastpin 11-16
Breathe
Breathing 13-16
Breeding
Brethren 15-16
Brevet 1
Brewer 1⅛
Brewing 1
Bribery 1⅜
Bribing 1
Bride 1⅝
Bridal 1
Bridewell 1⅞
Bridling 2
Brigade 2⅛
Brigadier 2
Brightly 2⅜
Brilliant 2
Brimful 2⅝
Brimstone 2
Brittle 2⅞
Broach 3
Broached 3⅛
Broaching 3
Broadly 3⅜
Broadcast 3
Broadside 3⅝
Brocade 3
Brogan 3⅞
Brother 4
Brotherly 4⅛
Browbeat 4
Brownish 4⅜
Bruise 4
Brunette 4⅝
Brutal 4
Brutally 4⅞
Brute 5
Bubble 5⅛
Bubbling 5
Bucket 5⅜
Buckle 5
Buckram 5⅝
Buckskin 5
Buff 5⅞
Buffet 6
Buffoon 6⅛
Buggy 6
Bugle 6⅜
Bulb 6
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Bulbous

6⅝
Bulletin 6
Bullock 6⅞
Bulwer 7
Bungle 7⅛
Bungling 7
Burden 7⅜
Burdock 7
Bureau 7⅝
Burglar 7
Burial 7⅞
Burlesque 8
Burner 8⅛
Burning 8
Bursting 8⅜
Burthen 8
Busily 8⅝
Buskin 8
Bustle 8⅞
Butment 9
Butterfly 9⅛
Button 9
Buttress 9⅜
Buxom 9
Buzzard 9⅝
Bylaw 9
Byway 9⅞
Byword 10
Cabbage 10⅛
Cabin 10
Cabinet 10⅜
Caboose 10
Cackling 10⅝
Cactus 10
Cadence 10⅞
Cadet 11
Cajole 11⅛
Calabash 11
Calamity 11⅜
Calculate 11
Caldron 11⅝
Calendar 11
Caleb 11⅞
Caliber 12
Calico 12⅛
Caliph 12
Calmly 12⅜
Calmness 12
Calomel 12⅝
Calumet 12
Cambric 12⅞
Cameo 13
Camp 13⅛
Camped 13
Camping 13⅜
Camphene 13
Camphor 13⅝
Campaign 13
Canary 13⅞
Candid 14
Candidly 14⅛
Candidate 14
Candling 14⅜
Candor 14
Canebrake 14⅝
Canine 14
Canker 14⅞
Cannibal 15
Canopy 15⅛
Canon 15
Canvas 15⅜
Capable 15
Caper 15⅝
Capital 15
Capsize 15⅞
Capstan 16
Capsular 16⅛
Capsule 16
Captain 16⅜
Captivate 16
Captivity 16⅝
Captor 16
Captured 16⅞
Carat 17
Caravan 17⅛
Carbon 17
Carbonate 17⅜
Carboy 17
Carbuncle 17⅝
Carcass 17
Carding 17⅞
Cardinal 18
Careful 18⅛
Careless 18
Caress 18⅜
Carmine 18
Carnal 18⅝
Carnally 18
Carnival 18⅞
Carousal 19
Carouse 19⅛
Carousing 19
Carpenter 19⅜
Carpet 19
Carpeting 19⅝
Carriage 19
Carry 19⅞
Cartoon 20
Cartridge 20⅛
Cascade 20
Casemate 20⅜
Cashmere 20
Casing 20⅝
Castigate 20
Castle 20⅞
Castor 21
Castrate 21⅛
Casual 21
Casually 21⅜
Catacomb 21
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Catalogue

21⅝
Catching 21
Catchup 21⅞
Catgut 22
Cathartic 22⅛
Cathedral 22
Catholic 22⅜
Catheter 22
Catnip 22⅝
Caucus 22
Caustic 22⅞
Caution 23
Cautious 23⅛
Cavalry 23
Cavern 23⅜
Cavity 23
Cayenne 23⅝
Cedar 23
Celebrate 23⅞
Celestial 24
Cement 24⅛
Cemented 24
Cementing 24⅜
Censure 24
Center 24⅝
Centipede 24
Central 24⅞
Centrally 25
Century 25⅛
Chafe 25
Chafing 25⅜
Chaff 25
Chagrin 25⅝
Chain 25
Chained 25⅞
Chaining 26
Chairman 26⅛
Chaise 26
Chalked 26⅜
Challenge 26
Chamber 26⅝
Champagne 26
Champion 26⅞
Chance 27
Chancing 27⅛
Chandler 27
Changeful 27⅜
Chanting 27
Chaos 27⅝
Chapel 27
Chaplain 27⅞
Chaplet 28
Chapter 28⅛
Character 28
Charade 28⅜
Charcoal 28
Charlotte 28⅝
Charity 28
Chastise 28⅞
Chastity 29
Chat 29⅛
Chatting 29
Chatham 29⅜
Chattel 29
Cheapen 29⅝
Cheaply 29
Cheapness 29⅞
Checkmate 30
Cheerful 30⅛
Cheerfully 30
Chemical 30⅜
Chemist 30
Chemistry 30⅝
Cherub 30
Cherubim 30⅞
Chest 31
Chestnut 31⅛
Chicken 31
Chide 31⅜
Chiding 31
Chief 31⅝
Chieftain 31
Chilblain 31⅞
Childhood 32
Childish 32⅛
Childless 32
Children 32⅜
Chilly 32
Chimney 32⅝
China 32
Chinese 32⅞
Chink 33
Chisel 33⅛
Chiselled 33
Chivalry 33⅜
Cholic 33
Choose 33⅝
Chorus 33
Chosen 33⅞
Chowder 34
Christen 34⅛
Christened 34
Christian 34⅜
Chronic 34
Chronical 34⅝
Chubby 34
Chuckle 34⅞
Chuckling 35
Church 35⅛
Churl 35
Churlish 35⅜
Cigar 35
Cinder 35⅝
Cinnamon 35
Cistern 35⅞
Citadel 36
Citizen 36⅛
Citron 36
Civilian 36⅜
Claim 36
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Claimant

36⅝
Claimed 36
Clammy 36⅞
Claret 37
Clarify 37⅛
Clarified 37
Clarinet 37⅜
Class 37
Classed 37⅝
Classing 37
Classify 37⅞
Clatter 38
Clause 38⅛
Cleanly 38
Cleaning 38⅜
Cleanse 38
Cleaver 38⅝
Cleft 38
Clergy 38⅞
Clergyman 39
Clerk 39⅛
Clerking 39
Clerkship 39⅜
Client 39
Climate 39⅝
Climax 39
Climb 39⅞
Climber 40
Climbing 40⅛
Clinker 40
Closely 40⅜
Closeted 40
Clothes 40⅝
Clothing 40
Cloudy 40⅞
Clouding 41
Cloudless 41⅛
Clownish 41
Club 41⅜
Clumsy 41
Clustered 41⅝
Clustering 41
Clutched 41⅞
Clutching 42
Coach 42⅛
Coachman 42
Coarse 42⅜
Coarsely 42
Coast 42⅝
Coaster 42
Coasting 42⅞
Coax 43
Coaxed 43⅛
Coaxing 43
Cobbler 43⅜
Cobbling 43
Cobweb 43⅝
Cockade 43
Cockney 43⅞
Codger 44
Coddle 44⅛
Coffee 44
Coffin 44⅜
Cogent 44
Cognac 44⅝
Cohabit 44
Cohabited 44⅞
Cohesion 45
Collapse 45⅛
Collapsing 45
Colleague 45⅜
Collide 45
Colliding 45⅝
Collusion 45
Colonist 45⅞
Colony 46
Color 46⅛
Colorless 46
Column 46⅜
Combat 46
Combatant 46⅝
Combative 46
Combine 46⅞
Combining 47
Combustion 47⅛
Comedian 47
Comely 47⅜
Comet 47
Comfort 47⅝
Comforted 47
Comforting 47⅞
Coming 48
Comma 48⅛
Command 48
Comment 48⅜
Commit 48
Committee 48⅝
Committed 48
Commodore 48⅞
Commodity 49
Commonly 49⅛
Commotion 49
Commute 49⅜
Compact 49
Compactly 49⅝
Companion 49
Company 49⅞
Compare 50
Comparing 50⅛
Compass 50
Compel 50⅜
Compelled 50
Compelling 50⅝
Compensate 50
Competent 50⅞
Competing 51
Compiled 51⅛
Complain 51
Complained 51⅜
Complete 51
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Completely

51⅝
Completing 51
Complex 51⅞
Complexion 52
Complicate 52⅛
Compliment 52
Comply 52⅜
Composition 52
Compound 52⅝
Compounded 52
Comprehend 52⅞
Compute 53
Comrade 53⅛
Concave 53
Conceal 53⅜
Concealed 53
Concealing 53⅝
Conclave 53
Conclude 53⅞
Conclusive 54
Concord 54⅛
Concur 54
Condemn 54⅜
Condemned 54
Condense 54⅝
Condensing 54
Condiment 54⅞
Condition 55
Conduct 55⅛
Conductor 55
Confess 55⅜
Confessed 55
Confessing 55⅝
Confidant 55
Confine 55⅞
Confining 56
Confirm 56⅛
Confiscate 56
Conflict 56⅜
Confound 56
Confuse 56⅝
Confusion 56
Congeal 56⅞
Congealed 57
Congealing 57⅛
Congestion 57
Congress 57⅜
Conjugal 57
Conjure 57⅝
Connive 57
Conquest 57⅞
Conquested 58
Consent 58⅛
Consented 58
Consist 58⅜
Consisted 58
Consisting 58⅝
Consistent 58
Console 58⅞
Consoling 59
Consonant 59⅛
Conspire 59
Constable 59⅜
Constant 59
Constantly 59⅝
Constipate 59
Constitute 59⅞
Constrain 60
Construct 60⅛
Constructed 60
Consul 60⅜
Consulate 60
Consulted 60⅝
Consume 60
Consuming 60⅞
Consumate 61
Contact 61⅛
Contagion 61
Contain 61⅜
Contained 61
Containing 61⅝
Contempt 61
Content 61⅞
Contented 62
Contenting 62⅛
Continent 62
Control 62⅜
Controlled 62
Convention 62⅝
Convex 62
Convict 62⅞
Convicted 63
Convicting 63⅛
Conviction 63
Convince 63⅜
Convulse 63
Convulsing 63⅝
Cool 63
Coolness 63⅞
Cooper 64
Copal 64⅛
Copious 64
Copper 64⅜
Copperas 64
Copy 64⅝
Coquette 64
Corporal 64⅞
Corpse 65
Corpulent 65⅛
Corrupt 65
Costive 65⅜
Costively 65
Costiveness 65⅝
Costly 65
Costume 65⅞
Cottage 66
Coulter 66⅛
Could 66
Counsel 66⅜
Counselor 66
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Count

66⅝
Counter 66
Countess 66⅞
Counting 67
Couple 67⅛
Coupling 67
Coupon 67⅜
Courage 67
Courtesy 67⅝
Courtly 67
Courtship 67⅞
Coward 68
Cowardly 68⅛
Cowhide 68
Cowlick 68⅜
Cowslip 68
Coxcomb 68⅝
Cracker 68
Cradle 68⅞
Cradling 69
Craft 69⅛
Craftsman 69
Cramp 69⅜
Cramped 69
Cramping 69⅝
Cranium 69
Crank 69⅞
Crape 70
Crater 70⅛
Cravat 70
Craven 70⅜
Crawfish 70
Crawled 70⅝
Crawling 70
Crayon 70⅞
Cream 71
Create 71⅛
Creature 71
Credible 71⅜
Credit 71
Credulous 71⅝
Cricket 71
Criminal 71⅞
Crimson 72
Cripple 72⅛
Crippling 72
Crisp 72⅜
Critic 72
Critical 72⅝
Croup 72
Crow 72⅞
Crowing 73
Crowbar 73⅛
Crowd 73
Crude 73⅜
Crudely 73
Crudeness 73⅝
Cruel 73
Crumble 73⅞
Crumbling 74
Crupper 74⅛
Crusade 74
Crust 74⅜
Crusted 74
Crusting 74⅝
Crutch 74
Cube 74⅞
Cuckoo 75
Cucumber 75⅛
Cudgel 75
Cuffed 75⅜
Culminate 75
Culpable 75⅝
Culprit 75⅜
Cultivate 75⅞
Culture 76
Cupboard 76⅛
Cupping 76
Curbing 76⅜
Curse 76
Cursing 76⅝
Curtail 76
Curtailed 76⅞
Curtailing 77
Cushion 77⅛
Cushioned 77
Custard 77⅜
Custodian 77
Custody 77⅝
Custom 77
Customer 77⅞
Cuticle 78
Cutlass 78⅛
Cutlet 78
Dainty 78⅜
Daintily 78
Damage 78⅝
Damask 78
Damper 78⅞
Dampness 79
Damsel 79⅛
Dandruff 79
Danger 79⅜
Dangle 79
Dangling 79⅝
Dapple 79
Danube 79⅞
Daring 80
Darken 80⅛
Darkness 80
Darling 80⅜
Data 80
Daub 80⅝
Dauber 80
Daubing 80⅞
Daunted 81
Dauntless 81⅛
Dauphin 81
Dawned 81⅜
Dawning 81
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Daylight

81⅝
Dazzle 81
Dazzling 81⅞
Deadly 82
Deafen 82⅛
Deafening 82
Deafness 82⅜
Deathly 82
Debark 82⅝
Debarked 82
Debate 82⅞
Debating 83
Debauch 83⅛
Debauched 83
Debility 83⅜
Debtor 83
Decade 83⅝
Decamp 83
Decamped 83⅞
Decant 84
Decanter 84⅛
Deceptive 84
Declaim 84⅜
Declare 84
Dedicate 84⅝
Deeply 84
Defame 84⅞
Default 85
Defaulter 85⅛
Defaulting 85
Defeat 85⅜
Defective 85
Defender 85⅝
Defense 85
Defensive 85⅞
Defiance 86
Defiant 86⅛
Defile 86
Deform 86⅜
Deformed 86
Defraud 86⅝
Defrauded 86
Defrauding 86⅞
Defray 87
Defunct 87⅛
Degrade 87
Degree 87⅜
Delegate 87
Deluded 87⅝
Deluding 87
Deluge 87⅞
Delusion 88
Demand 88⅛
Demean 88
Demented 88⅜
Demise 88
Democrat 88⅝
Demolish 88
Demolished 88⅞
Denote 89
Denoting 89⅛
Denounce 89
Densely 89⅜
Dental 89
Dentist 89⅝
Dentistry 89
Deny 89⅞
Depart 90
Departed 90⅛
Departing 90
Deploy 90⅜
Deplume 90
Deponent 90⅝
Depot 90
Deprave 90⅞
Depravity 91
Depth 91⅛
Deputy 91
Derange 91⅜
Design 91
Designed 91⅝
Designate 91
Desk 91⅞
Desolate 92
Despair 92⅛
Desperate 92
Despotic 92⅜
Despotism 92
Destiny 92⅝
Destitute 92
Detail 92⅞
Detailed 93
Detailing 93⅛
Detective 93
Dethrone 93⅜
Devastate 93
Develop 93⅝
Deviate 93
Devil 93⅞
Devilish 94
Deviltry 94⅛
Devout 94
Dewdrop 94⅜
Diadem 94
Diagram 94⅝
Dialect 94
Dialogue 94⅞
Diameter 95
Diamond 95⅛
Diary 95
Dictate 95⅜
Dictator 95
Digest 95⅝
Digested 95
Digesting 95⅞
Dignified 96
Dignity 96⅛
Dilute 96
Diluting 96⅜
Dimension 96
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Diminish

96⅝
Dimity 96
Dimple 96⅞
Dinner 97
Diploma 97⅛
Direful 97
Dirge 97⅜
Dirty 97
Disappear 97⅝
Disarm 97
Disarmed 97⅞
Disaster 98
Disband 98⅛
Disburse 98
Discard 98⅜
Discarded 98
Discharge 98⅝
Disclose 98
Discolor 98⅞
Discount 99
Discover 99⅛
Discuss 99
Disgorge 99⅜
Disguise 99
Disgrace 99⅝
Disgust 99
Disgusted 99⅞
Disgusting 100
Dishearten 100⅛
Dishonest 100
Dishonor 100⅜
Dislike 100
Dislocate 100⅝
Dislodge 100
Disloyal 100⅞
Dismal 101
Dismally 101⅛
Dismast 101
Dismiss 101⅜
Dismount 101
Disobey 101⅝
Dispel 101
Dispelled 101⅞
Dispense 102
Display 102⅛
Displease 102
Dispose 102⅜
Dispute 102
Dissipate 102⅝
Dissolve 102
Distaff 102⅞
Distance 103
Distant 103⅛
Distill 103
Distilled 103⅜
Distinct 103
Distinctly 103⅝
Distress 103
Distribute 103⅞
Distrust 104
Disturb 104⅛
Ditch 104
Ditty 104⅜
Divest 104
Divested 104⅝
Divesting 104
Divine 104⅞
Divinely 105
Divulge 105⅛
Doctor 105
Doctrine 105⅜
Dogma 105
Dogmatic 105⅝
Doleful 105
Dolesome 105⅞
Dolphin 106
Domain 106⅛
Domestic 106
Dormant 106⅜
Dotage 106
Dotard 106⅝
Doublet 106
Doubloon 106⅞
Doubtful 107
Doubtless 107⅛
Doughnut 107
Downcast 107⅜
Downfall 107
Draggle 107⅝
Dragon 107
Drama 107⅞
Dramatic 108
Draught 108⅛
Dream 108
Dreamer 108⅜
Dreaming 108
Dredge 108⅝
Dredging 108
Drench 108⅞
Drenched 109
Drenching 109⅛
Dress 109
Dressing 109⅜
Dribble 109
Driblet 109⅝
Droop 109
Dropsy 109⅞
Drown 110
Drowned 111
Drowning 112
Drowsy 113
Druggist 114
Drummer 115
Drunkard 116
Drunken 117
Ducat 118
Ducking 119
Duly 120
Dumpish 121
Dumpling 122
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Dungeon

123
Dupe 124
Durable 125
Durance 126
Dusty 127
Dutiful 128
Dwarf 129
Dwarfish 130
Dwell 131
Dwelling 132
Dynasty 133
Eagle 134
Eagerly 135
Earnest 136
Earnestly 137
Earth 138
Earthen 139
Earthly 140
Easily 141
Easter 142
Eastern 143
Eating 144
Eatable 145
Ebony 146
Eden 147
Edge 148
Edible 149
Edify 150
Edition 151
Editing 152
Editor 153
Educate 154
Efface 155
Effacing 156
Effigy 157
Egg 158
Egotist 159
Egress 160
Elaborate 161
Elastic 162
Elbow 163
Elder 164
Elderly 165
Eldest 166
Elected 167
Election 168
Elegance 169
Elegant 170
Elegantly 171
Element 172
Elemental 173
Elephant 174
Elongate 175
Eloquent 176
Else 177
Elude 178
Eluding 179
Emanate 180
Embalm 181
Embalmed 182
Embark 183
Embarked 184
Embassy 185
Embers 186
Embellish 187
Emblem 188
Embody 189
Embolden 190
Embrace 191
Emerald 192
Emetic 193
Eminent 194
Empale 195
Empaling 196
Emphatic 197
Empire 198
Employ 199
Employed 200
Empress 201
Empower 202
Empty 203
Emulate 204
Enamel 205
Enameled 206
Encamp 207
Encamped 208
Enchant 209
Enchanted 210
Enclose 211
Enclosing 212
Enclosure 213
Encounter 214
Encumber 215
Endanger 216
Endear 217
Ending 218
Endless 219
Endow 220
Endowed 221
Endowing 222
Endure 223
Enemy 224
Energetic 225
Energy 226
Enfeeble 227
Enforce 228
Engage 229
Engender 230
Engine 231
Engrave 232
Engraving 233
Engulf 234
Engulfed 235
Engulfing 236
Enigma 237
Enjoin 238
Enlarge 239
Enlarging 240
Enlighten 241
Enmity 242
{31}

Enrage

243
Enraging 244
Enrapture 245
Ensign 246
Enslave 247
Enslaving 248
Entangle 249
Entertain 250
Enthrone 255
Entitle 260
Entomb 265
Entombed 270
Entrap 275
Entrapped 280
Entreaty 285
Entry 290
Entwine 295
Envelope 300
Envoy 305
Epulet 310
Epistle 315
Epitaph 320
Equator 325
Equip 330
Equipped 335
Equitable 340
Equity 345
Escape 350
Escaping 355
Essay 360
Establish 365
Estate 370
Esteem 375
Esteemed 380
Eternal 385
Eternity 390
Eulogy 395
Eulogist 400
Evidence 405
Evil 410
Exalt 415
Exalted 420
Exalting 425
Example 430
Excavate 435
Excavating 440
Excel 445
Excelled 450
Excellent 455
Excelling 460
Exception 465
Excite 470
Exclaim 475
Exclaimed 480
Exclaiming 485
Exclude 490
Excluding 495
Exclusive 500
Exculpate 505
Excuse 510
Excusing 515
Exempt 520
Exempted 525
Exempting 530
Exhaust 535
Exhibit 540
Exhibited 545
Exhibiting 550
Exhume 555
Exist 560
Existed 565
Existence 570
Existing 575
Exodus 580
Expand 585
Expanded 590
Expanding 595
Expansion 600
Expectant 605
Expedite 610
Expel 615
Expelled 620
Expelling 625
Expired 630
Explained 635
Explode 640
Exploding 645
Explosion 650
Expose 655
Exposing 660
Exposure 665
Expulsion 670
External 675
Extend 680
Extended 685
Extending 690
Extensive 695
Extract 700
Extracted 705
Extracting 710
Extreme 715
Extremely 720
Exultant 725
Factor 730
Facts 735
Faculty 740
Fagot 745
Faintly 750
Faintness 755
Fairy 760
Fairness 765
Faith 770
Faithful 775
Faithfully 780
Faithless 785
Falcon 790
Fallen 795
False 800
Falsely 805
Falsify 810
{32}

Falsehood

815
Falsetto 820
Familiar 825
Family 830
Famine 835
Famish 840
Famished 845
Famishing 850
Famous 855
Famously 860
Fanatic 865
Fanciful 870
Fandango 875
Farewell 880
Farthing 885
Fashion 890
Fashioned 895
Fast 900
Fasten 905
Fastened 910
Fasting 915
Fatality 920
Father 925
Fatherly 930
Fathom 935
Fatigue 940
Fault 945
Faultless 950
Favor 955
Fearful 960
Fearless 965
Feasible 970
Feature 975
Federal 980
Feline 985
Felony 990
Female 995
Fencing 1,000
Fertile 1,050
Fertility 1,100
Fervent 1,150
Fervently 1,200
Festival 1,250
Festive 1,300
Festoon 1,350
Fetch 1,400
Fetlock 1,450
Fetus 1,500
Fiddle 1,550
Fidelity 1,600
Fidget 1,650
Field 1,700
Figure 1,750
Filter 1,800
Filth 1,850
Filthy 1,900
Final 1,950
Finally 2,000
Finance 2,100
Finely 2,200
Finger 2,300
Firkin 2,400
Fiscal 2,500
Fishes 2,600
Fishing 2,700
Fixture 2,800
Flabby 2,900
Flagon 3,000
Flagrant 3,100
Flagstaff 3,200
Flail 3,300
Flame 3,400
Flaming 3,500
Flange 3,600
Flannel 3,700
Flashy 3,800
Flatly 3,900
Flatness 4,000
Flavor 4,100
Flax 4,200
Flaxen 4,300
Flesh 4,400
Flexible 4,500
Flicker 4,600
Flighty 4,700
Flimsy 4,800
Flinch 4,900
Flinching 5,000
Flirt 5,500
Flirting 6,000
Flogging 6,500
Floral 7,000
Flounder 7,500
Flounce 8,000
Fluent 8,500
Fluently 9,000
Flute 9,500
Fluting 10,000
Flutter 11,000
Fly 12,000
Focus 13,000
Fodder 14,000
Foggy 15,000
Foliage 16,000
Fondly 17,000
Fondness 18,000
Foolish 19,000
Footman 20,000
Footstep 21,000
Foppish 22,000
Forage 23,000
Forehead 24,000
Forfeit 25,000
Forgave 26,000
Forgetful 27,000
Forgotten 28,000
Forlorn 29,000
Formula 30,000
Forsake 31,000
Fortress 32,000
{33}

Fortune

33,000
Forward 34,000
Fossil 35,000
Founder 36,000
Foundling 37,000
Fountain 38,000
Fraction 39,000
Frankly 40,000
Fraud 41,000
Freedom 42,000
Frequent 43,000
Fretful 44,000
Fretfully 45,000
Friendly 46,000
Friendship 47,000
Frightful 48,000
Frigid 49,000
Frigidly 50,000
Fringe 51,000
Friskly 52,000
Frolic 53,000
Frost 54,000
Frugal 55,000
Frugally 56,000
Fruit 57,000
Fruitful 58,000
Fugitive 59,000
Fulfill 60,000
Fulfilled 61,000
Fullness 62,000
Fungus 63,000
Funeral 64,000
Furnace 65,000
Furlong 66,000
Furlough 67,000
Fuse 68,000
Futile 69,000
Gab 70,000
Gable 71,000
Gaff 72,000
Gainful 73,000
Gainsay 74,000
Galaxy 75,000
Gallop 76,000
Gallows 77,000
Galvanic 78,000
Gambler 79,000
Gambling 80,000
Gambol 81,000
Gamester 82,000
Gander 83,000
Gargle 84,000
Gargling 85,000
Garland 86,000
Garlic 87,000
Garment 88,000
Garter 89,000
Gateway 90,000
Gaudy 91,000
Gauntlet 92,000
Gavel 93,000
Gender 94,000
General 95,000
Genteel 96,000
Gentle 97,000
Geology 98,000
Gesture 99,000
Ghastly 100,000
Giggle 105,000
Gimlet 110,000
Ginger 115,000
Gingham 120,000
Girdle 125,000
Girl 130,000
Glad 135,000
Gladden 140,000
Gladly 145,000
Gland 150,000
Glass 155,000
Gleam 160,000
Glen 165,000
Glide 170,000
Gliding 175,000
Glimpse 180,000
Glisten 185,000
Glitter 190,000
Globe 195,000
Globular 200,000
Gloom 205,000
Glory 210,000
Glove 215,000
Glutton 220,000
Goblin 225,000
Goblet 230,000
Goddess 240,000
Godly 250,000
Golden 260,000
Goslin 270,000
Gospel 275,000
Gossip 280,000
Gothic 290,000
Govern 300,000
Governed 325,000
Governor 350,000
Grace 375,000
Graceful 400,000
Grampus 425,000
Grandly 450,000
Grandee 475,000
Grandson 500,000
Grange 550,000
Granite 600,000
Granular 650,000
Graphic 700,000
Grapple 750,000
Grasp 800,000
Grasped 850,000
Grasping 900,000
Grassy 950,000
Grateful 1,000,000
{34}

Gratefully

1,250,000
Gratified 1,500,000
Gratify 1,750,000
Gratitude 2,000,000
Gratis 2,500,000
Gravity 3,000,000
Gravy 3,500,000
Greatly 4,000,000
Greatness 4,500,000
Greedy 5,000,000
Greedily 5,500,000
Greediness 6,000,000
Greeting 6,500,000
Griddle 7,000,000
Grimace 7,500,000
Grimly 8,000,000
Gristle 8,500,000
Gritty 9,000,000
Groom 9,500,000
Grotto 10,000,000

QUOTATIONS FOR PROVISIONS.

Ground 2 50
Groundless 2 52
Group 2 55
Grouped 2 57
Grouping 2 60
Growl 2 62
Growler 2 65
Growling 2 67
Growth 2 70
Grub 2 72
Grubbing 2 75
Grudge 2 77
Grudging 2 80
Gruel 2 82
Gruff 2 85
Gruffly 2 87
Grumble 2 90
Grumbling 2 92
Guano 2 95
Guard 2 97
Guarded 3 00
Guarding 3 02
Guardian 3 05
Gudgeon 3 07
Guest 3 10
Guide 3 12
Guiding 3 15
Guilty 3 17
Guiltless 3 20
Guitar 3 22
Gulf 3 25
Gulfed 3 27
Gulping 3 30
Gumption 3 32
Gusto 3 35
Gymnast 3 37
Gypsum 3 40
Habit 3 42
Habitual 3 45
Hackney 3 47
Haggard 3 50
Haggle 3 52
Halibut 3 55
Halter 3 57
Hamlet 3 60
Handcuff 3 62
Handsome 3 65
Handspike 3 67
Hanging 3 70
Hangman 3 72
Hanker 3 75
Happy 3 77
Hapless 3 80
Happily 3 82
Harangue 3 85
Harass 3 87
Harden 3 90
Hardihood 3 92
Hardship 3 95
Hardware 3 97
Harlot 4 00
Harm 4 02
Harmful 4 05
Harmless 4 07
Harmony 4 10
Harness 4 12
Harnessed 4 15
Harpoon 4 17
Harpooned 4 20
Harsh 4 22
Harshly 4 25
Hasty 4 27
Hatchet 4 30
Hatchway 4 32
Hateful 4 35
Hatefully 4 37
Hatred 4 40
Haunt 4 42
Haunted 4 45
Haunting 4 47
Havoc 4 50
Hawk 4 52
Hawthorn 4 55
Hazard 4 57
{35}

Headache

4 60
Headland 4 62
Headless 4 65
Headlong 4 67
Headstall 4 70
Headway 4 72
Health 4 75
Healthful 4 77
Heartburn 4 80
Hearth 4 82
Heartily 4 85
Heathen 4 87
Heathenish 4 90
Heaven 4 92
Heavenly 4 95
Hebrew 4 97
Hector 5 00
Heedful 5 02
Heighten 5 05
Helen 5 07
Helmet 5 10
Help 5 12
Helped 5 15
Helping 5 17
Henbane 5 20
Herald 5 22
Herbage 5 25
Hereby 5 27
Herself 5 30
Hesitate 5 32
Hidden 5 35
Hide 5 37
Hideous 5 40
Highness 5 42
Highland 5 45
Highlander 5 47
Highly 5 50
Highway 5 52
Hilarity 5 55
Hillock 5 57
Himself 5 60
Hindmost 5 62
Hindrance 5 65
Hindoo 5 67
History 5 70
Hoarse 5 72
Hoarsely 5 75
Hoggish 5 77
Hoggishly 5 80
Holiday 5 82
Holiness 5 85
Holy 5 87
Homage 5 90
Holster 5 92
Homeless 5 95
Homely 5 97
Homesick 6 00
Homespun 6 02
Homestead 6 05
Homeward 6 07
Hominy 6 10
Honest 6 12
Honestly 6 15
Honey 6 17
Hooded 6 20
Hope 6 22
Hopeful 6 25
Hopeless 6 27
Horde 6 30
Hornpipe 6 32
Horrible 6 35
Horrid 6 37
Horridly 6 40
Hospital 6 42
Hostile 6 45
Hostility 6 47
Hostler 6 50
Hostess 6 52
Hotel 6 55
Hourly 6 57
Hovel 6 60
Huge 6 62
Hugely 6 65
Human 6 67
Humanly 6 70
Humble 6 72
Humbug 6 75
Humility 6 77
Hunger 6 80
Hungry 6 82
Hunter 6 85
Hurdle 6 87
Hurrah 6 90
Husband 6 92
Husky 6 95
Hydrant 6 97
Hydraulic 7 00
Hyena 7 02
Hymn 7 05
Hydrogen 7 07
Ibex 7 10
Ideal 7 12
Identity 7 15
Identical 7 17
Idiot 7 20
Idle 7 22
Idleness 7 25
Idolatry 7 27
Ignite 7 30
Igniting 7 32
Ignoble 7 35
Ignorant 7 37
Ignore 7 40
Illegal 7 42
Illness 7 45
Image 7 47
Imagine 7 50
Imbibe 7 52
Imbibing 7 55
Imbed 7 57
{36}

Imbedded

7 60
Imbitter 7 62
Imitate 7 65
Immerge 7 67
Immodest 7 70
Immoral 7 72
Impartial 7 75
Impart 7 77
Imparted 7 80
Impatient 7 82
Impeach 7 85
Impeached 7 87
Impede 7 90
Impel 7 92
Imperfect 7 95
Impetus 7 97
Implement 8 00
Implicate 8 02
Implore 8 05
Imploring 8 07
Imply 8 10
Impolite 8 12
Impose 8 15
Imposing 8 17
Imposter 8 20
Impotent 8 22
Impound 8 25
Imprint 8 27
Improper 8 30
Improve 8 32
Impudent 8 35
Impulse 8 37
Impulsive 8 40
Incident 8 42
Incline 8 45
Inclining 8 47
Include 8 50
Inclusive 8 52
Income 8 55
Incrust 8 57
Incubate 8 60
Incubus 8 62
Indebted 8 65
Indelible 8 67
Indent 8 70
Index 8 72
India 8 75
Indicate 8 77
Indict 8 80
Indicted 8 82
Indigence 8 85
Indigent 8 87
Indignant 8 90
Indigo 8 92
Indolent 8 95
Indulge 8 97
Industry 9 00
Inebriate 9 02
Infallible 9 05
Infamous 9 07
Infamy 9 10
Infant 9 12
Infantry 9 15
Infatuate 9 17
Infection 9 20
Infernal 9 22
Infidel 9 25
Infinite 9 27
Infirm 9 30
Inflamed 9 32
Inflate 9 35
Inflating 9 37
Inflict 9 40
Inflicted 9 42
Infliction 9 45
Inflicting 9 47
Influence 9 50
Informal 9 52
Infringe 9 55
Ingot 9 57
Ingraft 9 60
Ingrain 9 62
Inhabit 9 65
Inhabited 9 67
Inhale 9 70
Inhaling 9 72
Inhuman 9 75
Inject 9 77
Injected 9 80
Injection 9 82
Inky 9 85
Inkling 9 87
Inland 9 90
Inlet 9 92
Inmate 9 95
Inmost 9 97
Innocent 10 00
Inquest 10 02
Insane 10 05
Insanity 10 07
Inside 10 10
Insight 10 12
Insipid 10 15
Insist 10 17
Insisted 10 20
Insisting 10 22
Insolence 10 25
Inspire 10 27
Install 10 30
Installed 10 32
Installing 10 35
Instead 10 37
Instep 10 40
Instigate 10 42
Insulate 10 45
Insult 10 47
Insulted 10 50
Insulting 10 52
Insurgent 10 55
Intellect 10 57
{37}

Intend

10 60
Intestate 10 62
Inthrall 10 65
Intimate 10 67
Intoxicate 10 70
Intrench 10 72
Intrenched 10 75
Intrigue 10 77
Introduce 10 80
Intrude 10 82
Intruding 10 85
Intrust 10 87
Intrusted 10 90
Invade 10 92
Invading 10 95
Invalid 10 97
Invasion 11 00
Invent 11 02
Invented 11 05
Inventing 11 07
Invoke 11 10
Invoking 11 12
Involve 11 15
Involving 11 17
Inward 11 20
Inwardly 11 22
Isthmus 11 25
Issue 11 27
Italian 11 30
Italic 11 32
Itch 11 35
Item 11 37
Itself 11 40
Jabber 11 42
Jacket 11 45
Jail 11 47
Jailer 11 50
Jalap 11 52
Janitor 11 55
Jasper 11 57
Jaunt 11 60
Jaunting 11 62
Javelin 11 65
Jealous 11 67
Jester 11 70
Jesting 11 72
Jesuit 11 75
Jew 11 77
Jewel 11 80
Jewelry 11 82
Jewess 11 85
Jewish 11 87
Jockey 11 90
Jocular 11 92
Joke 11 95
Joking 11 97
Jolly 12 00
Jostle 12 02
Jostling 12 05
Journal 12 07
Journey 12 10
Joy 12 12
Joyful 12 15
Joyfully 12 17
Jubilant 12 20
Jubilee 12 22
Judge 12 25
Judging 12 27
Judgment 12 30
Judicial 12 32
Juggler 12 35
Jugular 12 37
Junction 12 40
Jungle 12 42
Juniper 12 45
Jury 12 47
Just 12 50
Justice 12 52
Justify 12 55
Justly 12 57
Justness 12 60
Juvenile 12 62
Label 12 65
Labeled 12 67
Labor 12 70
Lace 12 72
Lackey 12 75
Ladder 12 77
Ladle 12 80
Lady 12 82
Laggard 12 85
Lamb 12 87
Lament 12 90
Lamented 12 92
Lamenting 12 95
Landlord 12 97
Landmark 13 00
Landscape 13 02
Language 13 05
Languid 13 07
Languish 13 10
Languished 13 12
Languor 13 15
Lantern 13 17
Lapstone 13 20
Lapse 13 22
Larboard 13 25
Lashed 13 27
Lasso 13 30
Lastly 13 32
Lasting 13 35
Lately 13 37
Lateral 13 40
Latent 13 42
Latch 13 45
Latched 13 47
Latching 13 50
Lathe 13 52
Latin 13 55
Latitude 13 57
{38}

Laugh

13 60
Laughing 13 62
Laughter 13 65
Launch 13 67
Launched 13 70
Launching 13 72
Laundry 13 75
Laundress 13 77
Laurel 13 80
Lava 13 82
Lavender 13 85
Lavish 13 87
Lawful 13 90
Lawfully 13 92
Lawless 13 95
Lawsuit 13 97
Lawyer 14 00
Laxative 14 02
Layman 14 05
Lazily 14 07
Lazy 14 10
Lead 14 12
Leader 14 15
Leading 14 17
League 14 20
Leaky 14 22
Leaking 14 25
Leakage 14 27
Leather 14 30
Leave 14 32
Leaving 14 35
Lecture 14 37
Ledger 14 40
Leeway 14 42
Leg 14 45
Legal 14 47
Legally 14 50
Legacy 14 52
Legation 14 55
Legend 14 57
Legging 14 60
Leghorn 14 62
Legible 14 65
Legion 14 67
Legislate 14 70
Leisure 14 72
Lemon 14 75
Length 14 77
Lengthen 14 80
Leopard 14 82
Leper 14 85
Leprous 14 87
Lesson 14 90
Lettuce 14 92
Level 14 95
Levity 14 97
Liable 15 00
Liberal 15 02
Libertine 15 05
Liberty 15 07
Library 15 10
Librate 15 12
Lifelike 15 15
Ligament 15 17
Ligature 15 20
Lighter 15 22
Lightning 15 25
Likewise 15 27
Likeness 15 30
Lilac 15 32
Limbo 15 35
Limestone 15 37
Limpid 15 40
Limpsy 15 42
Linchpin 15 45
Lineage 15 47
Linen 15 50
Liniment 15 52
Liquid 15 55
Liquor 15 57
Listen 15 60
Listened 15 62
Listless 15 65
Litany 15 67
Literal 15 70
Literally 15 72
Litigate 15 75
Livelong 15 77
Livery 15 80
Lizard 15 82
Loaf 15 85
Loafer 15 87
Loathe 15 90
Loathing 15 92
Loaves 15 95
Lobby 15 97
Lobster 16 00
Locality 16 02
Location 16 05
Locating 16 07
Locust 16 10
Lodge 16 12
Lodging 16 15
Lofty 16 17
Loftily 16 20
Logic 16 22
Logical 16 25
Lonesome 16 27
Longitude 16 30
Loop 16 32
Looped 16 35
Looping 16 37
Lordly 16 40
Lordship 16 42
Lotion 16 45
Lottery 16 47
Lotus 16 50
Lounge 16 52
Lounging 16 55
Lovely 16 57
{39}

Loveliness

16 60
Lovesick 16 62
Loving 16 65
Loyal 16 67
Loyally 16 70
Lubber 16 72
Lubberly 16 75
Lucifer 16 77
Luckily 16 80
Luckless 16 82
Luggage 16 85
Lugger 16 87
Lullaby 16 90
Lumber 16 92
Lunar 16 95
Lunatic 16 97
Luncheon 17 00
Lunge 17 02
Lustral 17 05
Lustily 17 07
Lustrous 17 10
Luxury 17 12
Lynx 17 15
Machine 17 17
Machinist 17 20
Mackerel 17 22
Madam 17 25
Madly 17 27
Madness 17 30
Madonna 17 32
Magazine 17 35
Maggot 17 37
Magistrate 17 40
Magnate 17 42
Magnet 17 45
Magnetism 17 47
Magnetic 17 50
Magnify 17 52
Magpie 17 55
Magnolia 17 57
Mahogany 17 60
Maiden 17 62
Maidenly 17 65
Mail 17 67
Maintain 17 70
Majesty 17 72
Major 17 75
Majority 17 77
Malady 17 80
Malignant 17 82
Manacle 17 85
Manage 17 87
Managing 17 90
Mandate 17 92
Manful 17 95
Manfully 17 97
Manhood 18 00
Maniac 18 02
Manifest 18 05
Manifestly 18 07
Manifold 18 10
Mankind 18 12
Manly 18 15
Mannerly 18 17
Mansion 18 20
Mantle 18 22
Manual 18 25
Manure 18 27
Maple 18 30
Marble 18 32
Marketed 18 35
Marketing 18 37
Marksman 18 40
Marquis 18 42
Marsh 18 45
Marshal 18 47
Martially 18 50
Masculine 18 52
Mason 18 55
Masonic 18 57
Masonry 18 60
Massive 18 62
Massively 18 65
Master 18 67
Masterly 18 70
Masticate 18 72
Mastiff 18 75
Mastodon 18 77
Maternal 18 80
Matron 18 82
Matronly 18 85
Mattress 18 87
Maxim 18 90
Meadow 18 92
Meagrely 18 95
Measles 18 97
Measure 19 00
Mechanic 19 02
Medal 19 05
Medallion 19 07
Meddler 19 10
Medical 19 12
Medicine 19 15
Meditate 19 17
Medley 19 20
Meeting 19 22
Mellow 19 25
Melody 19 27
Member 19 30
Membrane 19 32
Memento 19 35
Memory 19 37
Menace 19 40
Mendicant 19 42
Mental 19 45
Mentally 19 47
Mention 19 50
Merchant 19 52
Merit 19 55
Mermaid 19 57
{40}

Merrily

19 60
Merry 19 62
Messenger 19 65
Metallic 19 67
Method 19 70
Methodist 19 72
Middy 19 75
Midland 19 77
Midst 19 80
Midway 19 82
Midwife 19 85
Mightily 19 87
Mighty 19 90
Migrate 19 92
Milch 19 95
Mildew 19 97
Mildewed 20 00
Mildly 20 02
Mildness 20 05
Mileage 20 07
Military 20 10
Militia 20 12
Milky 20 15
Milliner 20 17
Mimic 20 20
Mimical 20 22
Mineral 20 25
Minister 20 27
Ministry 20 30
Minstrel 20 32
Minus 20 35
Minute 20 37
Minutely 20 40
Miracle 20 42
Mirthful 20 45
Mischief 20 47
Misdeed 20 50
Miser 20 52
Miserly 20 55
Mishap 20 57
Mislay 20 60
Mislead 20 62
Misleading 20 65
Misplace 20 67
Misprint 20 70
Miss 20 72
Missive 20 75
Mission 20 77
Missionary 20 80
Mistress 20 82
Mistrust 20 85
Misty 20 87
Misuse 20 90
Misusage 20 92
Misusing 20 95
Mix 20 97
Mixture 21 00
Mobbed 21 02
Model 21 05
Modelled 21 07
Modelling 21 10
Modern 21 12
Modest 21 15
Modesty 21 17
Modify 21 20
Mohair 21 22
Moist 21 25
Moisten 21 27
Moistened 21 30
Moisture 21 32
Molar 21 35
Moldy 21 37
Molested 21 40
Molesting 21 42
Moment 21 45
Momentary 21 47
Monarch 21 50
Mongrel 21 52
Monitor 21 55
Monkey 21 57
Monogram 21 60
Monotone 21 62
Monster 21 65
Monthly 21 67
Monument 21 70
Moody 21 72
Moral 21 75
Morally 21 77
Morbid 21 80
Morbidly 21 82
Morsel 21 85
Mortal 21 87
Mortally 21 90
Mortar 21 92
Mortgage 21 95
Mortify 21 97
Mother 22 00
Motherly 22 02
Motto 22 05
Mourn 22 07
Mourner 22 10
Mourning 22 12
Mournful 22 15
Mouthful 22 17
Movement 22 20
Muddle 22 22
Muddy 22 25
Muffin 22 27
Muffler 22 30
Mulatto 22 32
Mulish 22 35
Multiple 22 37
Murder 22 40
Muscle 22 42
Muscular 22 45
Muse 22 47
Museum 22 50
Musical 22 52
Muslin 22 55
Mustard 22 57
{41}

Mutilate

22 60
Mutinous 22 62
Mutiny 22 65
Mutton 22 67
Mutual 22 70
Muzzle 22 72
Muzzling 22 75
Mystery 22 77
Mystic 22 80
Mystify 22 82
Nabob 22 85
Namesake 22 87
Nankeen 22 90
Napkin 22 92
Narrow 22 95
Narrowly 22 97
Nasal 23 00
Nature 23 02
Natural 23 05
Navy 23 07
Navigate 23 10
Nebula 23 12
Neck 23 15
Necklace 23 17
Nectar 23 20
Needful 23 22
Negative 23 25
Neglect 23 27
Neglectful 23 30
Negligent 23 32
Negro 23 35
Negress 23 37
Neighbor 23 40
Neighborly 23 42
Nephew 23 45
Nervous 23 47
Nervously 23 50
Nestle 23 52
Nestling 23 55
Neutral 23 57
Neutrally 23 60
Nibble 23 62
Nibbling 23 65
Nickel 23 67
Niggard 23 70
Niggardly 23 72
Nightcap 23 75
Nightmare 23 77
Nimble 23 80
Nitrate 23 82
Nitrogen 23 85
Nitrous 23 87
Nobility 23 90
Nobly 23 92
Nobleman 23 95
Nobody 23 97
Nocturnal 24 00
Nominate 24 02
Nonsense 24 05
Normal 24 07
Nosegay 24 10
Nostril 24 12
Notably 24 15
Notary 24 17
Nourish 24 20
Nourished 24 22
Nourishing 24 25
Novel 24 27
Novelist 24 30
Novelty 24 32
Nude 24 35
Nudity 24 37
Nugget 24 40
Nuisance 24 42
Nullify 24 45
Nurture 24 47
Nutmeg 24 50
Nutriment 24 52
Oakum 24 55
Obdurate 24 57
Obedient 24 60
Obediently 24 62
Obelisk 24 65
Obituary 24 67
Obligate 24 70
Obligation 24 72
Obligating 24 75
Oblige 24 77
Oblique 24 80
Oblong 24 82
Obnoxious 24 85
Obscure 24 87
Obstacle 24 90
Obstinate 24 92
Obtuse 24 95
Obvious 24 97
Occupant 25 00
Occupy 25 02
Octagon 25 05
Oculist 25 07
Odor 25 10
Offal 25 12
Offense 25 15
Offensive 25 17
Offset 25 20
Offspring 25 22
Olden 25 25
Omega 25 27
Omnibus 25 30
Omission 25 32
Omit 25 35
Onset 25 37
Onslaught 25 40
Onward 25 42
Openly 25 45
Opera 25 47
Optional 25 50
Opulence 25 52
Opulent 25 55
Oracle 25 57
{42}

Orange

25 60
Oration 25 62
Orator 25 65
Orbit 25 67
Orchard 25 70
Ordain 25 72
Ordained 25 75
Ordaining 25 77
Ordeal 25 80
Orderly 25 82
Ordinance 25 85
Organ 25 87
Organic 25 90
Organist 25 92
Origin 25 95
Ornament 25 97
Orthodox 26 00
Ostrich 26 02
Ottoman 26 05
Outbreak 26 07
Outburst 26 10
Outcast 26 12
Outdo 26 15
Outfit 26 17
Outgrow 26 20
Outlaw 26 22
Outlay 26 25
Outline 26 27
Outlook 26 30
Outpost 26 32
Outrage 26 35
Outrageous 26 37
Outside 26 40
Outskirt 26 42
Outspread 26 45
Outstrip 26 47
Outward 26 50
Overcome 26 52
Overflow 26 55
Oxide 26 57
Oxidate 26 60
Oxygen 26 62
Package 26 65
Packet 26 67
Paddle 26 70
Paddling 26 72
Padlock 26 75
Pagan 26 77
Paganism 26 80
Pageant 26 82
Painful 26 85
Painfully 26 87
Painless 26 90
Painter 26 92
Painting 26 95
Palace 26 97
Paladin 27 00
Palatable 27 02
Palatial 27 05
Palatine 27 07
Palaver 27 10
Palfry 27 12
Palisade 27 15
Palmetto 27 17
Palmy 27 20
Palpable 27 22
Palpitate 27 25
Palsy 27 27
Paltry 27 30
Pamphlet 27 32
Pancake 27 35
Pander 27 37
Panther 27 40
Papal 27 42
Paper 27 45
Papist 27 47
Papistry 27 50
Parade 27 52
Parading 27 55
Paradise 27 57
Paradox 27 60
Paragon 27 62
Parapet 27 65
Parasol 27 67
Parboil 27 70
Parboiled 27 72
Parchment 27 75
Pardon 27 77
Pardoned 27 80
Pardoning 27 82
Parent 27 85
Parentage 27 90
Parental 27 87
Parish 27 92
Parliament 27 95
Parlor 27 97
Parody 28 00
Parquet 28 02
Parsnip 28 05
Partake 28 07
Partaking 28 10
Partial 28 12
Partially 28 15
Particle 28 17
Partisan 28 20
Partner 28 22
Partridge 28 25
Passage 28 27
Passing 28 30
Passed 28 32
Passenger 28 35
Passion 28 37
Passively 28 40
Passport 28 42
Password 28 45
Pasteboard 28 47
Pastime 28 50
Pastry 28 52
Pasture 28 55
Pasturage 28 57
{43}

Pasturing

28 60
Patent 28 62
Paternal 28 65
Paternity 28 67
Pathetic 28 70
Path 28 72
Pathway 28 75
Pathos 28 77
Patrol 28 80
Patrolled 28 82
Patrolling 28 85
Patronage 28 87
Pattern 28 90
Pauper 28 92
Pause 28 95
Pausing 28 97
Pavement 29 00
Pavilion 29 02
Pawn 29 05
Pawned 29 07
Pawning 29 10
Payment 29 12
Peaceful 29 15
Peacock 29 17
Pearl 29 20
Peasant 29 22
Pebble 29 25
Pedagogue 29 27
Peddler 29 30
Peddling 29 32
Pedestal 29 35
Pedestrian 29 37
Pedigree 29 40
Pediment 29 42
Peerless 29 45
Pelican 29 47
Pelf 29 50
Peltry 29 52
Penal 29 55
Penalty 29 57
Penance 29 60
Pencil 29 62
Pendant 29 65
Pending 29 67
Pendulum 29 70
Penetrate 29 72
Penguin 29 75
Penitence 29 77
Penitent 29 80
Penman 29 82
Penniless 29 85
Penny 29 87
Pension 29 90
Pensioner 29 92
Pentagon 29 95
Penticost 29 97
Pepper 30 00

YOUR LETTER OF —— RECEIVED.

Perdition 1st.
Perfect 2d.
Perfection 3d.
Perfidy 4th.
Perform 5th.
Perfume 6th.
Perfumery 7th.
Permit 8th.
Perplex 9th.
Perplexed 10th.
Perplexing 11th.
Persecute 12th.
Persecuting 13th.
Personal 14th.
Pertinent 15th.
Pestilence 16th.
Petition 17th.
Petrify 18th.
Petrified 19th.
Petticoat 20th.
Petulant 21st.
Phantom 22d.
Phœnix 23d.
Phial 24th.
Photograph 25th.
Phrase 26th.
Pickaxe 27th.
Picketed 28th.
Picketing 29th.
Pickling 30th.
Picnic 31st.
{44}

STATE OF THE MARKET.

UPWARD.

Picture Market opens steady and firm at yesterday's closing quotations.
Pigment Market firm.
Pigmy Market a shade firmer.
Pilaster Market firmer, but not quotably higher.
Pilfer Market firmer, with indications of an advance.
Pilgrim Market firm, but unchanged.
Pilgrimage Market firm, good shipping demand.
Pillow Market firm, good shipping and speculative demand.
Pillowed Market firm, owing to light receipts.
Pilot Market firm, with upward tendency.
Piloting Market firmer on better foreign advices.
Pimple Market firm at full quotations.
Pippin Market firm at the advance.
Pistol Market very firm.
Pitcher Market very firm, with strong upward tendency.
Pitfall Market very firm, notwithstanding the heavy receipts.
Pitiful Market firmer; prices a shade higher.
Pitifully Market firmer in anticipation of light receipts.
Pitiless Market in seller's favor.
Pitman Market active.
Pity Market very active.
Placard Market active at the advance.
Plague Market active, and still advancing.
Plainly Market active, but holders sell freely.
Plaintiff Market active and excited, and prices higher.
Plaintive Market steadier, with firm feeling.
Plantain Market steady.
Plantation Market is improving.
Plaster Market is strong.
Plate Market is very strong.
{45}

Plating

Market is advancing rapidly.
Platform Market has advanced.
Platinum Market advancing owing to local speculation.
Platoon Market excited, and so unsettled accurate quotations cannot be given.
Plausible Market is very sensitive.
Play The market has been largely oversold.
Playful Market is cornered.
Playfully Holders are very firm.
Playmate Holders are firmer in their views and are not disposed to sell freely even at the advance.
Plaything Holders are asking higher prices.
Plead Holders are now asking ____
Pleader Demand is chiefly to fill short contracts.
Pleasant Demand is purely speculative.
Please Buyers are giving a decided preference for future delivery.
Pleasing Buyers at last quotations, but holders demand an advance.
Pleasure More buyers than sellers.
Plebian Short sellers are buying freely.
Pledge Everything offered is being taken.
Pledging More disposition to buy.
Plentiful Everything on the market has been taken.
Plenty Good enquiry and few sellers.
Pliable Good enquiry.
Plow Active demand for immediate delivery.
Pluck Unfavorable weather is causing a firmer feeling.
Plucked Receipts continue large, but do not exceed the demand and prices rule firm.
Plucking Under influence of firm advices from New York, this market has stiffened.
Plumage Eastern and foreign advices being decidedly more favorable, speculators bought freely.
Plumb Strong efforts are being made to advance prices.
Plumber The advance caused by reported heavy failure.
Plumply The advance caused by reported damage to crops.
{46}

Plunder

The advance caused by local manipulation.
Plunge Canadians buying largely causes the advance.
Plunging Large purchases being made for future delivery.
Plural Large purchases being made for shipment.
Poach General tendency upward, owing to confidence in prices.
Polar The stock is mostly in second hands, and is firmly held.
Polish Packers buying freely.
Polished The greater part of the stock being in few hands, the short sellers find it very difficult to cover.
Polishing Demand is chiefly on Eastern orders.
Polite The recent decline has caused an active demand for shipment.
Politely Good shipping demand.
Politeness Good demand.
Political Speculation is encouraged by the easy money market.
Polka At one time sales were made as high as ____
Pollute Strong feeling; indications of better market to-morrow.
Polluting Closes steady and firm at quotations.
Pollution Closes very firm with buyers at quotations.
Pomade Opened dull, but closed with a better demand.
Pomp Closed much firmer.
Pontiff Held firmly at the close at ____
Pontoon .  .  .  .  .  .
Poodle .  .  .  .  .  .
Popular .  .  .  .  .  .
Populate .  .  .  .  .  .
Portable .  .  .  .  .  .
Portico .  .  .  .  .  .
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Portion

.  .  .  .  .  .
Portrait .  .  .  .  .  .
Position .  .  .  .  .  .
Possess .  .  .  .  .  .
Possible .  .  .  .  .  .
Postal .  .  .  .  .  .
Postman .  .  .  .  .  .
Postpone .  .  .  .  .  .
Potash .  .  .  .  .  .
Potato .  .  .  .  .  .

STATE OF THE MARKET.

INACTIVE.

Poultry Market inactive.
Poverty Market quiet, prices nominal.
Powder Market very quiet, scarcely anything doing.
Powdered Market unchanged.
Practice Demand checked, but prices nominally unchanged.
Practical Foreign advices have checked business.
Praise Little inquiry, but prices steady.
Prancing Shippers holding off.
Prattle Shippers holding off, there being no margin for shipment.
Pray Market dull, but holders unwilling to make concessions.
{48}

Preach

Holders not pressing their stock on the market.
Preacher Quotations nominal, no disposition to operate.
Preaching Demand of an entirely retail character.
Predestine Nothing doing.
Predict Market inactive, buyers and sellers apart.
Predicted Packers disposed to let their stocks accumulate rather than sell at a decline.
Preface Market very tame.
Prefer Very quiet at unchanged prices.
Prefix No life in the market.
Prefixed Closes very quiet.
Prefixing .  .  .  .  .  .
Prelude .  .  .  .  .  .
Prepare .  .  .  .  .  .
Present .  .  .  .  .  .
Presented .  .  .  .  .  .
Presenting .  .  .  .  .  .
Preside .  .  .  .  .  .
President .  .  .  .  .  .
Presiding .  .  .  .  .  .
Presume .  .  .  .  .  .
Presuming .  .  .  .  .  .
Presumption .  .  .  .  .  .
Pretend .  .  .  .  .  .
Pretended .  .  .  .  .  .
{49}

MARKET ADDITIONS.

Prank Leaders buying looks like higher prices.
Prankish Local support being given should do better.
Prattling New York buying freely in this market.
Prayer St. Louis buying freely in this market.
Praying Northwest buying freely in this market.
Preamble Foreigners buying freely in this market.
Precaution Chicago buying freely in this market.
Precede Country buying freely in this market.
Precedence Shippers buying freely in this market.
Preceding Elevator men buying freely in this market.
Precentor Firmer on large shipments from here.
Precept Firmer on large clearances seaboard.
Preceptor Cash demand a bullish feature.
Precious Light receipts making shorts nervous.
Preciously Frost reports scaring in shorts.
Precise Dry weather causing firmer feeling.
Precisely Dry weather and hot winds causes advance.
Precision Market oversold locally, look for reaction.
Preclude Continued cold weather advancing market.
Precluding Continued, wet weather advancing market.
Preclusion Crowd so bullish bear news has little effect.
Predatory Bulls talk higher prices but too timid to follow up their conviction.
Predicant Bears talk lower prices but lack the nerve to follow their conviction.
Predicate Bulls seem to have lost courage.
Prejudice Character of buying too much by scalpers chancing an eighth.
Prelacy Character of selling too much by scalpers chancing an eighth.
Prelate Good investment buying; ought to do better.
Premature Looks as if market bulled to sell on.
Premises Higher cables would advance market quickly.
Preparable Crowd bearish and short, any bull news will start buying.
{49a}

Prepayment

Market of a negative character, without guiding indications.
Prepay Cables conflicting look as if manipulated from this side.
Prepaying Leaders selling looks like lower prices.
Preponder New York selling freely in this market.
Prepossess St. Louis selling freely in this market.
Prepotent Northwest selling freely in this market.
Presbyter Foreigners selling freely in this market.
Prescribe Chicago selling freely in this market.
Presence Country selling freely in this market.
Presently Elevator men selling freely in this market.
Press Receivers selling freely in this market.
Pressing Crowd so bearish bull news has little effect.
Presto Bears seem to have lost courage.
Pressed Will require fresh buying to sustain prices.
Pressman Holders realizing freely market lacks support.
Prestige Lower cables would cause decline.
Pretension Crowd bullish and long, any bear news will start selling.
Prettily Lower cables a damper on the market.
Prevalent Estimated cars wheat for to-morrow.
Prevention Estimated cars corn for to-morrow.
Priest Estimated cars oats for to-morrow.
Priestess Estimated live hogs for to-morrow.
Priestly Visible supply wheat increases.
Priesthood Visible supply com increases.
Prigged Visible supply oats increases.
Prigging Visible supply wheal decreases.
Priggish Visible supply corn decreases.
Primacy Visible supply oats decreases.
Primal To-day's clearances seaboard wheat ____
Priming To-day's clearances seaboard corn ____
Primeval To-day's clearances seaboard oats ____
Primative ____ boat loads taken at seaboard for export.
Primness ____ taken here for export.
Primrose ____ taken here for shipment.
Princely ____ cash wheat worked here.
{49b}

STATE OF THE MARKET.

DOWNWARD.

Pretending Market dull.
Pretense Market dull, but not quotably lower.
Pretext Market dull and irregular.
Prevail Market dull and declining.
Prevailed Market dull; holders anxious to realize.
Prevailing Market is a shade lower.
Pride Market weak; transactions small.
Princess Market tending downward.
Principle Market is declining.
Privation Market is declining rapidly.
Probable Market is dull at the decline.
Probate Market generally is easier.
Probation Market is heavy and a good deal unsettled.
Probe Market heavy.
Probing Market very heavy.
Problem Market very dull.
Proclaim Market rather worse.
Proclaimed Market completely unsettled.
Proclaiming Market depressed and so unsettled accurate quotations can't be given.
Prodigal Market in a panic.
Prodigy Market has declined.
Produce Market moderately active at the decline.
Producing Market active at the decline.
Profane Market is very fluctuating.
Profanely Market in buyer's favor.
Profess Demand moderate.
Professed Demand very moderate.
Profession Demand for shipment very moderate.
Profile Demand for local trade moderate.
Profound Scarcely any demand for local trade.
Profoundly Supply exceeds the demand and prices have declined.
Progress Holders pressing their stock on the market.
{50}

Prohibit

More disposition to sell.
Prohibited New York advices have had a depressing effect on the market.
Prohibiting Foreign advices have had a depressing effect on the market.
Project Decline in Eastern markets has reduced prices here.
Projectile Very few purchases being made on Eastern orders.
Prolific Advance in freights has caused decline here.
Prologue The decline caused by reported heavy failure.
Prolong Large buyers have withdrawn from th market.
Promenade Buyers holding off for lower prices.
Prominent Packers buying very moderately.
Promise Packers not buying.
Promising Packers holding off for lower prices.
Promote Very few shippers in the market.
Promoting There are no shippers in the market.
Promotion Speculators less anxious to buy for future delivery.
Prompt Prospects of large receipts depress the market.
Promptly Closeness in the money market has a depressing effect on the market.
Prompting Heavy stock depresses the market.
Pronoun Heavy receipts depress the market.
Pronounce Fine weather depresses the market.
Proof More disposition to sell but not to force sales.
Propel Buyers waiting for the bottom.
Propelled Large sales at lower prices.
Propelling Receivers free sellers for future delivery.
Properly No improvement in condition of market to-day.
Prophet Strong efforts being made to reduce prices.
Proportion To force sales would have to accept lower prices.
Proposal Difficult to sell much at quotations.
Propose Bears have the advantage and are hammering the market.
Proposing Sellers at last quotations but buyers demand a reduction.
Prospect A combination is formed to break the market.
{51}

Prosecute

Everybody disposed to sell.
Prosper At one time sales were made as low as ____
Prostrate Free sellers, indications of a lower market to-morrow.
Prostrating Closes weak.
Protege Closes very weak.
Protract Closes very weak with sellers at quotations.
Protracted Opened firm but closed weak.
Protracting .  .  .  .  .  .
Proverb .  .  .  .  .  .
Provide .  .  .  .  .  .
Providence .  .  .  .  .  .
Providing .  .  .  .  .  .
Provoke .  .  .  .  .  .
Provoking .  .  .  .  .  .
Prowl .  .  .  .  .  .
Prowler .  .  .  .  .  .
Prowling .  .  .  .  .  .
Prudence Market opens this morning.
Prudent Market opens on 'Change.
Prudently Market opens this afternoon.
Prudish Market opens.
Puberty Market closes this noon.
Public Market closes this afternoon board.
Publican Market closes, final close.
Publicly Market closed on the call.
Publish Market closed on the evening board.
Published Market closed last night.
{52}

FOREIGN ADVICES.

Publishing Beerbohm quotes Liverpool, Wheat.
Pudding Beerbohm quotes Liverpool, Corn.
Puffing Beerbohm quotes Liverpool.
Pugilist Beerbohm quotes London, Wheat.
Pulley Beerbohm quotes London, Corn.
Pulpit Beerbohm quotes Mark Lane, Wheat.
Pulse Beerbohm quotes Mark Lane, Corn.
Pumpkin Beerbohm quotes cargoes off coast, Wheat.
Punctual Beerbohm quotes cargoes off coast, Corn.
Pungent Beerbohm quotes cargoes on passage, Wheat.
Punish Beerbohm quotes cargoes on passage, Corn.
Punished Beerbohm quotes floating cargoes, Wheat.
Punishing Beerbohm quotes floating cargoes, Corn.
Punishment Beerbohm quotes California Wheat.
Punster Beerbohm quotes Flour.
Pupil Beerbohm quotes English country markets.
Purely Beerbohm quotes French markets.
Purgative Beerbohm quotes weather in England.
Purgatory Beerbohm quotes.
Purge Private cables quote Wheat.
Purging Private cables quote Corn.
Purify Private cables quote weather in England.
Purloin Private cables quote.
Purloined Public (or ticker) quotes Wheat.
Purple Public (or ticker) quotes Corn.
Purport Public (or ticker) quotes Flour.
Purpose Public (or ticker) quotes California Wheat.
Purposely Public (or ticker) quotes weather in England.
Pursue Public (or ticker) quotes.
Pursuit Private cables are conflicting.
Pustule Penny higher.
Puzzle One to two pence higher.
Quadrant Two pence higher.
Quadrille Two to three pence higher.
{53}

Quadruped

Three pence higher.
Quaff Three to four pence higher.
Quaffing Three to six pence higher.
Quail Four to six pence higher.
Quaint Six pence higher.
Quaintly Six to nine pence higher.
Quake Six pence to shilling higher.
Quaking Nine pence higher.
Qualify Nine pence to shilling higher.
Quarrel Shilling higher.
Quarrelled Shilling to shilling six pence higher.
Quarry Penny lower.
Quarter One to two pence lower.
Quartered Two pence lower.
Quartette Two to three pence lower.
Quartz Three pence lower.
Queen Three to four pence lower.
Queenly Three to six pence lower.
Quell Four to six pence lower.
Quelled Six pence lower.
Quelling Six to nine pence lower.
Quench Six pence to shilling lower.
Quenched Nine pence lower.
Quenching Nine pence to shilling lower.
Question Shilling lower.
Questioned Shilling to shilling sixpence lower.
Quietly Holiday, no market.
Quince .  .  .  .  .  .
Quinine .  .  .  .  .  .
Quintal .  .  .  .  .  .
Quiver .  .  .  .  .  .
Quivered .  .  .  .  .  .
{54}

RECEIPTS.

Rabbit Receipts are large.
Rabble Receipts are very large.
Radiance Receipts are increasing.
Radiant Receipts are light.
Radiate Receipts are very light.
Radical Receipts are diminishing.
Radish Receipts are light, owing to bad condition of the roads in the country.
Radius Receipts are light, owing to detention of trains.
Ragged No receipts.
Raging Receipts of Flour to-day ____ bbls.
Rainbow Receipts of Flour for last six days ____ bbls.
Rakish Receipts of Wheat to-day ____ bush.
Ramble Receipts of Wheat for last six days ____ bush.
Rambling Receipts of Corn to-day ____ bush.
Rampart Receipts of Corn for last six days ____ bush.
Ranch Receipts of Oats to-day ____ bush.
Random Receipts of Oats for last six days ____ bush.
Range Receipts of Rye to-day ____ bush.
Ransack Receipts of Rye for last six days ____ bush.
Ransacked Receipts of Barley to-day ____ bush.
Ransomed Receipts of Barley for last six days ____ bush.
Rape Receipts of Wheat to-day by canal ____ bush.
Rapid Receipts of Corn to-day by canal ____ bush.
Rapidly Receipts of Oats to-day by canal ____ bush.
Rapture Receipts of Live Hogs to-day ____
Rarely Receipts of Live Hogs for last six days ____
Rascal Receipts of Dressed Hogs to-day ____
Rascally Receipts of Dressed Hogs for last six days ____
Rashly Receipts of Mess Pork to-day ____ bbls.
Ratify Receipts of Mess Pork for last six days ____ bbls.
Ratio Receipts of Lard to-day ____ tierces.
Rattan Receipts of Lard for last six days ____ tierces.
{55}

Ravine

Receipts of ____ to-day ____
Ravish Receipts of ____ for last six days ____
Ravished Cars of Wheat posted for to-morrow.
Ravishing Cars of Corn posted for to-morrow.
Read Cars of Oats posted for to-morrow.
Reader Cars of Rye posted for to-morrow.
Reading Cars of Barley posted for to-morrow.
Readable .  .  .  .  .  .
Readily .  .  .  .  .  .
Realm .  .  .  .  .  .
Rebel .  .  .  .  .  .
Rebellion .  .  .  .  .  .
Rebound .  .  .  .  .  .
Rebounded .  .  .  .  .  .

SHIPMENTS.

Rebuff Shipments are light.
Rebuke Shipments are very light.
Rebuking Shipments are diminishing.
Rebus Shipments are large.
Recall Shipments are very large.
Recalled Shipments are increasing.
Recalling No shipments.
Reckless Shipments of Flour to-day ____ bbls.
Recommend Shipments of Flour for last six days ____ bbls.
Redeem Shipments of Wheat to-day ____ bush.
Redeemed Shipments of Wheat for last six days ____ bu.
Redeeming Shipments of Corn to-day ____ bush.
Redemption Shipments of Corn for last six days ____ bu.
{56}

Reduction

Shipments of Oats to-day ____ bush.
Refine Shipments of Oats for last six days ____ bush.
Refining Shipments of Rye to-day ____ bush.
Refinement Shipments of Rye for last six days ____ bush.
Refit Shipments of Barley to-day ____ bush.
Refrain Shipments of Barley for last six days days ____ bush.
Refresh Shipments of Live Hogs to-day ____
Refreshed Shipments of Live Hogs for last six days ____
Refreshing Shipments of Dressed Hogs to-day ____
Refuge Shipments of Dressed Hogs for last six days ____
Refund Shipments of Mess Pork to-day ____ bbls.
Refunded Shipments of Mess Pork for last six days ____ bbls.
Refunding Shipments of Lard to-day ____ tierces.
Regal Shipments of Lard for last six days days ____ tierces.
Regalia Shipments of ____ to-day ____
Regard Shipments of ____ for last six days ____
Regarded Charters to-day Wheat ____ bush.
Regiment Charters to-day Corn ____ bush.
Region Charters to-day Oats ____ bush.
Register No charters to-day.
Regret .  .  .  .  .  .
Regretted .  .  .  .  .  .
Regulate .  .  .  .  .  .
Rehearse .  .  .  .  .  .
Rehearsal .  .  .  .  .  .
Rehearsing .  .  .  .  .  .
Relate .  .  .  .  .  .
Relating .  .  .  .  .  .
{57}

STOCK.

Relation Stock in store Flour ____ bbls.
Relax Stock in store Wheat ____ bush.
Relaxed Stock in store Corn ____ bush.
Relaxing Stock in store Oats ____ bush.
Relent Stock in store Rye ____ bush.
Relented Stock in store Barley ____ bush.
Relenting Stock in store Mess Pork ____ bbls.
Reliable Stock in store Lard ____ tierces.
Reliance Stock in store ____
Relic Stock is estimated at ____
Religion Stock of all grades about ____
Relish Stock is large.
Relished Stock is very large.
Relishing Stock is accumulating rapidly.
Reluctant Stock is diminishing rapidly.
Rely Stock is small.
Remains Stock is entirely exhausted.
Remark Corresponding time last year.
Remarked Corresponding week last year.
Remarking Up to corresponding time last year.
Remarkable .  .  .  .  .  .
Remedy .  .  .  .  .  .
Remember .  .  .  .  .  .
Remnant .  .  .  .  .  .
Remodel .  .  .  .  .  .
Remodeled .  .  .  .  .  .
Remorse .  .  .  .  .  .
{58}

ABOUT BUYING.

CUSTOMER.

Remote Buy immediately.
Remotely Buy as soon as possible.
Remove Buy at opening of the market.
Renegade Buy at about ____
Renew Buy at not exceeding ____
Renewed Buy in store.
Renovate Buy afloat.
Renown Buy aboard cars.
Renowned Buy buyer's option.
Rental Buy seller's option.
Renting Buy and ship.
Repair Buy and ship immediately.
Repaired Buy and ship as soon as possible.
Repairing Buy and ship by first opportunity.
Repentance Buy and ship for account of ____
Repented Buy and ship if you can lay down here at ____
Repenting Buy and ship if you can lay down in in ____ at ____
Replenish Buy immediately and ship when you can engage freight at ____
Replenished Buy and hold for further orders.
Reporter Buy at not over quotations in letter.
Reporting Buy at prices you name.
Represent Buy at prices you name or a shade higher.
Reprint Buy when prices have declined to ____
Reprinted Buy to arrive.
Reprinting Buy a small cargo.
Reproach Buy a medium sized cargo.
Reproached Buy a large cargo.
Reproaching Buy when cheap lots offer.
Reptile Buy in my short.
Republic Buy if no material change.
Republish Buy if you can hold on margin.
Repudiate Buy for immediate delivery.
{59}

Repugnant

Buy if you can draw part on time.
Repulse Buy if you can draw half on time.
Repulsing Buy if you can draw at ____ days.
Repulsive Buy if quality is choice.
Repute Buy on the best terms.
Require Buy to-day at the best prices you can.
Requisite Buy if foreign advices higher.
Rescue Buy according to your judgment.
Resemble Buy all you can contract for the season.
Resembling Buy part if you cannot get all.
Resentful Buy in when you can without loss including all charges.
Reside Buy in when profit can be had over all charges.
Residence Buy if you can ship.
Residing Buy if you can ship immediately.
Resolute Buy if you can ship in bulk by railroad.
Resolutely Buy at country points, freights being equal to Chicago rates.
Resolution Buy car lots daily without exciting prices.
Resist Buy fresh receipts if you can so as to save extra storage.
Resistance Buy if strictly prime.
Resisted Buy in favorite houses.
Resisting Buy for account of of ____
Resolve Buy for my account.
Resolving Buy at ____, freights to be equal to Chicago rates.
Resound Buy delivery any point same freight as from Chicago to ____
Resounded Keep on buying.
Resounding Keep on buying; how much have you bought?
Respected Get refusal of ____ at lowest price until we can answer by telegraph.
Respectful If you cannot buy at our limits, telegraph the best you can do.
Respond If you cannot get all to-day complete order to-morrow.
Responded Buy ____ order in force until countermanded.
{60}

Responding

Buy ____ order in force to-day only.
Response Can you buy?
Restless Can you buy buyer's option?
Restrain Can you buy in store?
Restrained Can you buy afloat?
Restraining Can you buy freely?
Restrict Can you buy to arrive?
Restricted Can you buy for immediate delivery?
Restricting Can you buy for future delivery?
Restriction Can you buy and lay down here at ____?
Result Can you buy for future lower than for present delivery?
Resulted Can you buy and hold on margin?
Resulting Can you buy aboard cars?
Retire At what price can you buy?
Retiring At what price can you buy for present delivery?
Retreat At what price can you buy for future delivery?
Retreated If not bought await further orders.
Retrench If not bought, telegraph the best price you can buy at.
Retrenched Is there any prospect of buying?
Return Have you bought?
Returned How much have you bought?
Reveal Quote expense of holding ____ in your city ____ days including all charges.
Revealed Quote cost free on board.
Revealing Quote cost free on board not including commission.
Revelation Quote price ____ laid down in ____
Revelry Stop buying; how much have you bought?
Revenge Stop buying until you receive our letter dated ____
Revenging Stop buying unless prices lower.
Revengeful Stop buying until further orders.
Revenue Order to buy is hereby countermanded.
Revile Do not buy on order contained in our letter dated ____
{61}

Reviling

Don't buy at over ____
Revisal Do not buy to arrive.
Revoke .  .  .  .  .  .
Revoking .  .  .  .  .  .
Revolt .  .  .  .  .  .
Revolted .  .  .  .  .  .
Revolting .  .  .  .  .  .
Revolution .  .  .  .  .  .
Ribbon .  .  .  .  .  .

ABOUT BUYING.

BROKER.

Riddance Have bought.
Ridge Have bought in store.
Ridicule Have bought afloat.
Rifle Have bought to arrive.
Rifling Have bought at your limits.
Rigger Have bought for immediate delivery.
Rigging Have bought for your account.
Righteous Have bought for account of ____
Rigid Have bought and are shipping.
Rigidly Have bought subject to inspection.
Rigidness Have bought at ____ freight to be equal to Chicago rates.
Rigor Have bought aboard cars.
Ringlet We are buying slowly.
Rinse Had bought before your despatch reached us.
Ripen Had bought before your letter reached us.
{62}

Ripened

Can buy.
Ripple Can buy at ____
Rippling Can buy buyer's option.
Risky Can buy in store.
Risking Can buy afloat.
Ritual Can buy to arrive.
Rivalry Can buy freely.
Rivulet Can buy for immediate delivery.
Robe Can buy aboard cars.
Robber Can buy at prices you name.
Robin Can buy for future lower than for present delivery.
Robust Can buy and hold here on margin.
Robustly Can buy free on board including all charges.
Rogue Have refusal for ____ hours.
Roguish With order in hand think could buy at ____
Roman Can buy and hold with ____ dollars margin.
Romance Can buy for future delivery with ____ dollars margin.
Romantic Can get no refusal, but think direct offer of ____ would buy.
Romp Can buy ____ to cost not exceeding ____ laid down in ____
Romping We are offered but cannot get refusal.
Roomy We are offered subject to your immediate reply by telegraph.
Rooster We expect to buy at your limits.
Rosebud We expect to be able to fill your order soon.
Rosette Think we can buy.
Rotate Think we can buy at about ____
Rough Might possibly buy at ____
Roughly We are trying to buy.
Roughness Difficult to buy much without advancing prices.
Roulette Cannot buy.
Routine Cannot buy aboard cars.
Rover Cannot buy buyer's option.
Royal Cannot buy in store.
Rubbish Cannot buy afloat.
{63}

Ruby

Cannot buy to arrive.
Rudder Cannot buy freely.
Rudely Cannot buy for immediate delivery.
Rudeness Cannot buy for future delivery.
Rudiment Cannot buy at prices you name.
Ruff Cannot buy for future lower than for present delivery.
Ruffian Cannot buy and bold here on margin.
Ruler Cannot buy at your limits.
Rural Cannot buy under ____
Russet Cannot buy now, but consider order open.
Rustic Cannot buy except for cash.
Rusticate None offering in the market.
Ruthless Little trading in buyer's option; difficult to buy.
Sabbath Have not bought.
Sachem Shall we buy?
Sacrament How much shall we buy?
Sacred Shall we buy more?
Sacredly Name the highest price you will pay, and if we can do better will give you the benefit.
Saddle Is your order to buy still in force?
Saddling .  .  .  .  .  .
Sadly .  .  .  .  .  .
Sadness .  .  .  .  .  .
Safeguard .  .  .  .  .  .
Saffron .  .  .  .  .  .
Saintly .  .  .  .  .  .
Salad .  .  .  .  .  .
Salesman .  .  .  .  .  .
Saline .  .  .  .  .  .
{64}

ABOUT SELLING.

CUSTOMER.

Salivate Sell immediately.
Salivated Sell as soon as possible.
Salmon Sell on opening of the market.
Saloon Sell at about ____
Salutary Sell at not under ____
Salutation Sell in store.
Salute Sell afloat.
Saluting Sell aboard cars.
Salvage Sell buyer's option.
Salvation Sell seller's option.
Salver Sell at not under quotations in letter.
Sample Sell at prices you name.
Sampling Sell at prices you name or a shade lower.
Sanative Sell if foreign advices lower.
Sanction Sell to arrive.
Sanctity Sell out my long.
Sandal Sell if no material change.
Sandwich Sell if you cannot ship immediately.
Sandy Sell if you can without loss; otherwise, ship.
Sanguine Sell at a clear profit of ____
Sanitary Sell when a profit can be had over all charges.
Sapling Sell when prices have advanced to ____
Sarcasm Sell subject to inspection.
Sarcastic Sell at cost or a small loss.
Sardonic Sell on the best terms.
Satan Sell for immediate delivery.
Satanic Sell at best offer.
Satelite Sell to-day at the best price you can get.
Satire Sell according to your judgment.
Satisfied Sell out when you can without loss including all charges.
Satisfy Sell on present excitement at best prices you can get.
Saturn Sell part if you cannot sell all.
{65}

Sauce

Sell for account of ____
Sausage Sell for my account.
Savage Sell at ____ freights to fee equal to Chicago rates.
Savagely Keep on selling.
Savant Keep on selling; how much have you sold?
Saxon If you cannot sell all to-day, sell the balance to-morrow.
Scabbard Sell ____ order in force to-day only.
Scaffold Sell ____ order in force until countermanded.
Scald Can you sell?
Scalded Can you sell afloat?
Scalding Can you sell to arrive?
Scamper Can you sell freely?
Scantling Can you sell for future delivery?
Scarf Can you sell for immediate delivery?
Scarlet Can you sell for future higher than for present delivery?
Scepter Can you sell at a profit?
Scholar Can you sell without loss?
Scholarly Can you sell aboard cars?
School Can you sell at ____ freights being equal to Chicago rates?
Schooling At what price can you sell?
Scorn At what price can you sell for present delivery?
Scornful At what price can you sell for future delivery?
Scornfully At what price can you sell to arrive?
Scotch At what price can you sell afloat?
Scoundrel If not sold await further orders.
Scourge If you cannot sell at limits, telegraph best you can do.
Scowl If not sold, telegraph best price you can get.
Scowling Is there any prospect of selling?
Scramble Have you sold?
Scrape How much have you sold?
Scraping Stop selling; how much have you sold?
Scrub Stop selling until you receive our letter dated ____
Scrubbed Stop selling until further orders.
{66}

Scrubbing

Our order to sell is hereby countermanded.
Scruple Do not sell on order contained in our letter dated ____
Scrupulous Don't sell at under ____
Sculptor Don't sell to arrive.
Sculpture .  .  .  .  .  .
Scuttle .  .  .  .  .  .
Scuttling .  .  .  .  .  .
Seaman .  .  .  .  .  .
Seamless .  .  .  .  .  .
Seamstress .  .  .  .  .  .
Search .  .  .  .  .  .

ABOUT SELLING.

BROKER.

Season Have sold.
Seasoned Have sold in store.
Seasoning Have sold afloat.
Seclude Have sold at your limits.
Secluding Have sold to arrive.
Seclusion Have sold for your account.
Section Have sold for account of ____
Secure Have sold for immediate delivery.
Securely Have sold seller's option.
Sedate Have sold buyer's option.
Sedately Have sold subject to inspection.
Sedative Have sold at ____ freight to be equal to Chicago rates.
{67}

Seedling

Have sold aboard cars.
Seemly We are selling slowly.
Segment Had sold before your despatch reached us.
Seldom Had sold before your letter reached us.
Select Can sell.
Selected Can sell afloat.
Selecting Can sell to arrive.
Selfish Can sell freely.
Selfishly Can sell for future delivery.
Seminal Can sell for immediate delivery.
Seminary Can sell at ____
Semitone Can sell in store.
Senate Can sell for future higher than for present delivery.
Senator Can sell at ____ freights being equal to Chicago rates.
Sensation Can sell for future delivery with ____ dollars margin.
Senseless We are offered ____, subject to your immediate reply by telegraph.
Sensible Cannot sell.
Sensual Cannot sell afloat.
Sensually Cannot sell to arrive.
Sentence Cannot sell freely.
Sentiment Cannot sell for future delivery.
Sentinel Cannot sell at prices you name.
Sentry Cannot sell for future higher than for present delivery.
Separate Cannot sell at your limits.
Separation Cannot sell at over ____
Sequel Cannot sell now, but consider order open.
Sequence Cannot sell for cash.
Serenade Cannot sell except at a loss.
Sermon The best offer is ____
Serpent Difficult to sell much except at a decline.
Serpentine Have not sold.
Session Shall we sell?
Settler Shall we sell more?
{68}

Severe

Expect to sell at your limits soon.
Severely Will probably be able to sell.
Sextant We are trying to sell.
Sexton Think we can sell.
Sexual Think we can sell at about ____
Shabby Might possibly sell at ____
Shabbily Name lowest price you will sell at, and if we can get more will give you the benefit thereof.
Shackle How much shall we sell?
Shackling Is your order to sell still in force?
Shadow .  .  .  .  .  .
Shadowed .  .  .  .  .  .
Shagged .  .  .  .  .  .
Shaggy .  .  .  .  .  .
Shaker .  .  .  .  .  .
Shallow .  .  .  .  .  .
Shame .  .  .  .  .  .
Shameful .  .  .  .  .  .
Shameless .  .  .  .  .  .
Shampoo .  .  .  .  .  .
Shanty .  .  .  .  .  .
Shape .  .  .  .  .  .
Shapeless .  .  .  .  .  .
Shapely .  .  .  .  .  .
{69}

MISCELLANEOUS.

Sharp We advance limits ____
Sharpen We reduce limits ____
Sharpened Consider order open until countermanded.
Shaving Consider order open until to-morrow.
Shawl Consider order open ____ days.
Sheaf Consider order open this week.
Shears All previous orders are hereby countermanded.
Sheath This order is on the way by mail; do not execute it twice.
Shelf Prefer not to execute discretionary orders.
Shell Please give positive instructions.
Shelter Have executed your order.
Sheltered Have you executed our order?
Shepherd Is your order still open?
Shield Will advise by mail for whose account this order is sent.
Shielded Whatever you do will be satisfactory.
Shielding Do not act on order contained in letter dated ____
Shiftless We confirm what has been done.
Shine Do the best you can.
Shining Every advance of ____
Shingle Every decline of ____
Shingling If market rallies to ____
Shocked If market breaks to ____
Shocking If you do not hear from us to the contrary.
Shorten Please send account purchase and sales and account current.
Shortly Think more orders can be obtained provided those you have are executed satisfactorily.
Shoulder At what difference can you change our ____ to ____
Shoveled Can change your ____ to ____ at ____ cents difference.
Shower It is satisfactory.
{70}

Showing

It is not satisfactory.
Shrimp Is it satisfactory?
Shrink Can get ____ cents difference for changing your ____ to ____
Shroud Will follow instructions.
Shrug Prefer not to act upon your judgment.
Shrugging Have done as you requested.
Shudder Cannot make the suggested arrangement.
Shuffle Have not sufficient data to form an opinion.
Shuffling In accordance with your instructions.
Shun The best that could be done.
Shunned Have we authority to ____
Shy Offer is under consideration.
Shyly We refer you to our letter of ____
Shyness We refer you to our despatch of ____
Sickle We consider all orders open until countermanded.
Sickly Particulars by mail.
Sickness Documents go forward by mail.
Sideboard We send account purchase, account sales and account current this day.
Sigh Subject to winter storage of four cents.
Sighing Subject to your immediate reply by telegraph.
Sightless Will leave here ____
Signal No session of the Board to-morrow.
Signally Subject to inspection.
Signified Send full explanations.
Signify .  .  .  .  .  .
Silence .  .  .  .  .  .
Silent .  .  .  .  .  .
Silently .  .  .  .  .  .
Silk .  .  .  .  .  .
Silken .  .  .  .  .  .
{71}

Silly

.  .  .  .  .  .
Silver .  .  .  .  .  .
Simpleton .  .  .  .  .  .
Simplify .  .  .  .  .  .
Simply .  .  .  .  .  .
Sinew .  .  .  .  .  .
Sinful .  .  .  .  .  .
Sinfully .  .  .  .  .  .
Sinfulness .  .  .  .  .  .
Singular .  .  .  .  .  .
Sinister .  .  .  .  .  .
Sinless .  .  .  .  .  .
Siphon .  .  .  .  .  .
Sister .  .  .  .  .  .
Sisterly .  .  .  .  .  .
Situate .  .  .  .  .  .
Situation .  .  .  .  .  .
Skating .  .  .  .  .  .
Skeleton .  .  .  .  .  .
{72}

SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS.

Skeptic Ship immediately.
Sketch Ship as soon as possible.
Sketched Ship by ____
Sketching Ship via ____
Skillful Ship by sail.
Skinflint Ship by steam.
Skirmish Ship by steam and rail.
Skirmished Ship by all rail.
Skittish Ship by rail in bulk.
Skulk Ship by steam if not much difference in rates.
Slander Ship by sail in preference to steam.
Slandered Ship by the quickest route.
Slang Ship by the cheapest route.
Slaughter Ship by the route you think best.
Slaver Ship by vessel that does not lighter through the Welland Canal.
Slavish Ship when you can engage freight at ____
Sledge Ship if good prospect shipment getting through promptly.
Sleeper Ship before any more extra storage accrues.
Sleeping Ship before close of navigation.
Sleigh Ship rather than store.
Sleighing Ship as before.
Slide Ship, getting time freight contract.
Sliding Ship, getting time freight contract, if possible.
Slight Ship, getting through freight contract.
Slightly Ship, getting through freight contract, if possible.
Slipper Complete cargo and ship at once.
Sliver Hurry forward shipments.
Slobber Have written you shipping instructions.
Slobbered Will send shipping instructions by mail.
Slothful If you have not shipped hold for further instructions.
Sluggard Hold for lower freights.
{73}

Sluggish

Hold for shipment on opening of navigation.
Slumber Stop shipping.
Slumbered .  .  .  .  .  .
Slumbering .  .  .  .  .  .
Slush .  .  .  .  .  .
Smart .  .  .  .  .  .
Smartly .  .  .  .  .  .
Smartness .  .  .  .  .  .
Smile .  .  .  .  .  .
Smiling .  .  .  .  .  .
Smoke .  .  .  .  .  .
Smoking .  .  .  .  .  .

SHIPPING AND FREIGHT ENQUIRIES.

Smolder Can you ship immediately?
Smooth Can you ship by ____?
Smoothly Can you ship via ____?
Smother Can you ship by rail in bulk?
Smuggle Can you ship before freights advance?
Smuggling Can you ship less than a full cargo?
Smutty Can you get a time freight contract?
Snatch Can you get a through freight contract?
Snatched Can you ship before close of navigation?
Snatching Have you shipped?
Snuffers How much have you shipped?
{74}

Soak

When can you ship?
Soaked What is the difference between steam and sail rates?
Soaking At what rate can you engage freight to ____?
Sober Quote lowest freights by sail to ____
Soberly Quote lowest freights by steam to ____
Soda Quote lowest freights steam and rail to ____
Soften Quote lowest freights all rail to ____
Softened Quote lowest freights via ____
Softly Quote lowest freights by ____
Softness Quote freight per 100 lbs. on Dressed Hogs to ____
Sojourn Quote time freight per 100 lbs. on Dressed Hogs to ____
Sojourned Quote lowest freight per 100 lbs. to ____
Solace Quote freight on 4th class per 100 lbs. to ____
Solar Quote freight per bushel on Wheat to ____
Soldier Quote freight per bushel on Corn to ____
Soldierly Quote freight per bushel on Oats to ____
Solemn What is the rate of freight?
Solemnly .  .  .  .  .  .
Solid .  .  .  .  .  .
Solidity .  .  .  .  .  .
Solitary .  .  .  .  .  .
Solitude .  .  .  .  .  .
Soluble .  .  .  .  .  .
Solution .  .  .  .  .  .
Solvent .  .  .  .  .  .
Songster .  .  .  .  .  .
{75}

SHIPPING AND FREIGHT ADVICES.

Songstress Have shipped.
Sonnet Have shipped by ____
Soothe Have shipped via ____
Soothing Have shipped by sail.
Sorrow Have shipped by steam.
Sound Have shipped by steam and rail.
Sounder Have shipped by all rail.
Sounding Have shipped by rail in bulk.
Soundly Have shipped as before.
Sourly Have shipped, getting time freight contract.
Sourness Have shipped, getting through freight contract.
South Shipped yesterday.
Southern Shipped to-day.
Spa Shipping to-day.
Space We are shipping.
Spangles Will ship immediately.
Spaniel Will ship as soon as possible.
Spanish Will ship as directed.
Spanker Expect to ship to-morrow.
Sparkle Expect to ship in a few days.
Sparkling Expect to ship this week.
Spartan Have engaged freight.
Spasm Have chartered to arrive.
Spasmodic Have been delayed in shipping by unfavorable weather.
Spawn Have been delayed in shipping by scarcity of cars.
Spawned Will ship as soon as can engage freight.
Spawning Will ship as soon as can procure cars.
Speak Shall we ship exactly the quantity ordered, or as near it as we can?
Speaker This is the nearest sized vessel we could get.
Speaking Please give shipping instructions.
{76}

Special

Can ship immediately.
Specific Can ship by ____
Specimen Can ship via ____
Spectacle Can ship by rail in bulk.
Spectator Can ship before freights advance.
Speech Can ship less than a full cargo.
Speechless Can get a time freight contract.
Speedy Can get a through freight contract.
Speedily Can ship before close of navigation.
Spend Can ship by steam same rate as by sail.
Spending Can charter to arrive at ____
Sphinx The difference between steam and sail rates is ____
Spider Can engage freight.
Spigot Cannot ship immediately.
Spike Cannot ship at present, but will as soon as possible.
Spinage Cannot ship by ____
Spinal Cannot ship via ____
Spindle Cannot ship by rail in bulk.
Spindling Cannot ship before freights advance.
Spinster Cannot ship less than a full cargo.
Spirit Cannot ship before close of navigation.
Spiteful Cannot ship by vessel that does not lighter through the Welland Canal.
Spitefully Cannot ship as before.
Spittle Cannot get a time freight contract.
Spittoon Cannot get a through freight contract.
Splash Time guaranteed.
Splashed The prospect for shipments getting through promptly is favorable.
Splashing The prospect for shipments getting through promptly is unfavorable.
Spleen No suitable vessels now offering.
Splendid Very few vessels now offering.
Splendor No grain vessel in port unengaged.
Splint Vessels are scarce and firmly held.
Splinter Vessels are more plenty.
Splutter Vessels are plenty.
{77}

Spoil

Quite a fleet expected with the next change of wind.
Spoken The recent difficulty in regard to shipping no longer exists.
Sponge Freights tending upward.
Sponging Freights steady and firm.
Sportful Freights unchanged.
Spotless Freights tending downward.
Sprain Freights dull.
Sprained Prospect of freights advancing soon.
Sprawl Expect an advance in freights next week.
Sprawling Lake freights have advanced.
Spray Rail freights have advanced.
Spread Prospect of freights declining soon.
Spreading Expect a decline in freights next week.
Sprightly Lake freights have declined.
Sprinkle Rail freights have declined.
Sprinkling .  .  .  .  .  .
Sprout .  .  .  .  .  .
Sprouted .  .  .  .  .  .
Sprouting .  .  .  .  .  .
Spruce .  .  .  .  .  .
Sprucely .  .  .  .  .  .
Spunky .  .  .  .  .  .
Spurn .  .  .  .  .  .
Spurned .  .  .  .  .  .
Spurning .  .  .  .  .  .
{78}

BIDS, ACCEPTANCES, BILLING, ETC.

Squalid We bid you.
Squalidly We bid you net track Chicago.
Squandered We bid you net track Chicago local rate freight.
Squashing We bid you net your track.
Squatter We bid you net track ____
Squaw We bid you Miss. River basis.
Squelch We bid you ____ f. o. b. Miss. River basis.
Squelched We quote present market track Chicago.
Squelching Quote us present market track Chicago.
Squirmed We accept your bid.
Squirming We accept your bid of ____ net track Chicago.
Stabbed We accept your bid of ____ net track Chicago, local rate freight.
Stagger We accept your bid of ____ net our track.
Staggered We accept your bid of ____ net track.
Staging We accept your bid of ____ Miss. Rive basis.
Stagnantly We accept your bid of ____ f. o. b. Miss. River basis.
Stagnation We accept your offer and confirm purchase subject to immediate acceptance by wire.
Stakes We can net you ____
Stalk Purchases subject to market difference on day of arrival if other than grade purchased.
Stalked Reply must reach us by 11 A. M. to-day.
Stalking Reply must reach us by 12 M. to-day.
Stalkless Reply must reach us by 1 P. M. to-day.
Stalwart Reply must reach us by 2 P. M. to-day.
Stamina Reply must reach us by 9 A. M. to-morrow.
Stammered Reply must reach us by 9:30 A. M. to-morrow.
Stammering Reply must reach us by 10 A. M. to-morrow.
Stamp Reply must reach us by ____ to-day.
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Stamped

Reply must reach us by ____ to-morrow.
Stamping Reply must reach us by opening next business day.
Stampede Open all day.
Stampeding Open to-day and to-morrow.
Standish Your acceptance too late; cannot confirm.
Starboard No bid obtainable to arrive.
Statistics Cannot sell without sample.
Statuette Prompt acceptance can sell to arrive.
Statutes Do utmost to get acceptance but if unworkable make lowest offer.
Staunch Unable to execute limited order, market barely touched your price.
Stemmed Does your last order cancel previous orders?
Stemming Be as quick as possible.
Stepping Delay could not be avoided.
Stigmatic Do nothing in the matter until you get our letter.
Stigmatize Telegram should have read.
Stiletto Hold for full directions by mail.
Stillness Send sample of ____ by first mail.
Stilts Send a good sized sample.
Stimulant Not much inquiry for ____
Stimulate There is a great scarcity of ____
Stimulus Please send necessary papers at once.
Stinted Road says will furnish empty cars promptly.
Stinting Road says cannot furnish empty cars promptly.
Stipulate Ship to our order New York care South Chicago via E. J. & E. Ry. shipment Lake and Rail for export.
Stirring Ship to our order New York, notify us Chicago to be inspected and weighed Chicago, shipment Rail and Lake for export.
Stirrup Bill to our order New York via West Chicago E. J. & E. Ry. and South Chicago Lake and Rail for export care ____
{80}

Stitch

Bill to our order New York via South Chicago Lake and Rail for export care ____
Stitched Bill to our order New York, notify us Chicago to be inspected and weighed at Chicago.
Stitching Bill to our order New York via E. J. & E. Ry. South Chicago care ____
Stooping Bill to our order New York via E. J. & E. Ry. South Chicago shipment Rail and Lake care ____
Stooped Will you extend time on our shipment ____ days?
Stopper We extend time on your shipment ____ days.
Storm Shipment Lake and Rail.
Stormed Shipment Lake and Rail for export.
Storming Shipment Lake and Canal.
Stormless Ship to our order Chicago.
Stoutness Bill to our order Chicago.
Stowage Bill to our order ____
Stowing Ship to our order ____
Straddle Shipment ____ days from your station.
Straddled To load during winter in vessels.
Straddling Canal rates including Buffalo charges.
Straight Not to be held for inspection.
Straighten Chicago weights and inspection.
Stratagem New York weights and inspection.
Stratified Buffalo weights and inspection.
Stratum Illinois weights and inspection.
Streak ____ weights and inspection.
Streaked Chicago certificate of weight and inspection to be final.
Streamlet C. I. F. Kingston.
Striking C. I. F. Buffalo.
Strip C. I. F. Erie.
Stripped C. I. F. Buffalo or Erie buyer's option.
Stripping C. I. F. Fairport.
Strutted Buyer paying tolls.
Strutting Seller paying tolls.
{81}

Stubble

.  .  .  .  .  .
Stucco .  .  .  .  .  .
Studding .  .  .  .  .  .
Stuffy .  .  .  .  .  .
Stultified .  .  .  .  .  .
Stultify .  .  .  .  .  .
Stumpage .  .  .  .  .  .
Subaltern .  .  .  .  .  .
Sublet .  .  .  .  .  .
Subsoil .  .  .  .  .  .
Substance .  .  .  .  .  .
Substitute .  .  .  .  .  .
Subterfuge .  .  .  .  .  .
Subvert .  .  .  .  .  .
Succeeded .  .  .  .  .  .
Succor .  .  .  .  .  .
Succulent .  .  .  .  .  .
Succumb .  .  .  .  .  .
Suffered .  .  .  .  .  .
Suffering .  .  .  .  .  .
Sufflate .  .  .  .  .  .
Suffocated .  .  .  .  .  .
Suggested .  .  .  .  .  .
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FREIGHTS BY SAIL.

Per Bushel. Per Barrel. Per 100 Lbs. Destination.
Sputter Squinting Stand Buffalo, N. Y.
Squabble Squirm Standard Cape Vincent, N. Y.
Squabbling Squirrel Standing Chicago, Ill.
Squadron Stab Stanza Cleveland, O.
Squall Stabbing Staple Collingwood, Ont.
Squalling Stability Starch Detroit, Mich.
Squander Stable Starched Erie, Pa.
Square Staff Starching Goderich, Ont.
Squarely Stage Star Kingston, Ont.
Squash Stagnant Starless Montreal, P. Q.
Squashed Stagnate Starlight Ogdensburg, N. Y.
Squeal Stained Startle Oswego, N. Y.
Squealed Stainless Startling Pt. Colborne, Ont.
Squealing Stallion Starve Toronto, Ont.
Squint Stammer Starving ____

FREIGHTS BY STEAM.

Per Bushel. Per Barrel. Per 100 Lbs. Destination.
Stately Stifling Strengthen Buffalo, N. Y.
Statement Stigma Stretch Cape Vincent, N. Y.
Statesman Stipend Stretched Chicago, Ill.
Station Stockade Stretching Cleveland, O.
Stationed Stomach Stricken Collingwood, Ont.
Statue Strand Strict Detroit, Mich.
Steadfast Stranded Strictly Erie, Pa.
Stealing Stranding Stricture Goderich, Ont.
Stealth Strange Strife Kingston, Ont.
Steel Strangle Strike Montreal, P. Q.
Stench Strata Stringent Ogdensburg, N. Y.
Stencil Strategy Stripling Oswego, N. Y.
Sternly Stray Stroll Pt. Colborne, Ont.
Steward Straying Strolled Toronto, Ont.
Stifle Strength Strolling ____
{83}

FREIGHTS BY STEAM AND RAIL.

Per Bushel. Per Barrel. Per 100 Lbs. Destination.
Struck Stumble Stutter Albany, N. Y.
Struggle Stumbling Style Baltimore, Md.
Struggling Stupefy Stylish Boston, Mass.
Stubborn Stupid Subdue Boston Points.
Stubbornly Stupidly Subduing New York.
Student Stupor Subject Philadelphia.
Studio Sturdily Subjected Portland, Me.
Studious Sturgeon Subjection ____

FREIGHTS ALL RAIL.

Per Bushel. Per Barrel. Per 100 Lbs. Destination.
Sublime Suffer Superbly Albany, N. Y.
Sublimely Suffix Supine Augusta, Ga.
Submerge Suffocate Supinely Baltimore, Md.
Submit Suffrage Supper Boston, Mass.
Submitted Sugar Supplant Boston Points.
Submitting Suggest Supplanted Charleston, S. C.
Subside Sulky Supple Chicago, Ill.
Subsiding Sullenly Supply Cincinnati, O.
Subsist Sulphate Support Detroit, Mich.
Subsisted Sulphur Supported Indianapolis, Ind.
Subsisting Sultan Supporting Louisville, Ky.
Subtle Sultry Suppress Memphis, Tenn.
Subtract Summit Suppressed Mobile, Ala.
Subtracted Summons Sustain New Orleans, La.
Suburban Sunlight Sustained New York.
Suburbs Sunbeam Sustaining Philadelphia.
Success Sunrise Swaddle Pittsburgh, Pa.
Suckling Sunset Swaddling Portland, Me.
Suction Sunshine Swagger St. Louis, Mo.
Sudden Sunstroke Swallow San Francisco, Cal.
Suddenly Superb Swallowed ____
{84}

FOREIGN FREIGHTS.

Swamp Freights per 100 lbs. to Antwerp via ____
Swamped Freights per 100 lbs. to Belfast via ____
Sweeping Freights per 100 lbs. to Bremen via ____
Sweeten Freights per 100 lbs. to Bristol via ____
Sweetly Freights per 100 lbs. to Bristol via ____
Swept Freights per 100 lbs. to Hamburg via ____
Swiftly Freights per 100 lbs. to Havre via ____
Swiftness Freights per 100 lbs. to Liverpool via ____
Swim Freights per 100 lbs. to London via ____
Swimming Freights per 100 lbs. to ____ via ____
Swindle .  .  .  .  .  .
Swindling .  .  .  .  .  .
Swing .  .  .  .  .  .
Swinging .  .  .  .  .  .
Swiss .  .  .  .  .  .

ROUTES AND CONVEYANCES.

RAILROADS.

Switch Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Switched Canada Southern Railroad.
Switching Chicago, Alton & St. Louis Railroad.
Swollen Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad.
Swooned Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad.
Swoop Chicago & Northwestern Railroad.
Sylph Chicago, Danville & Vincennes Railroad.
Sylvan Grand Trunk Railway
Symbol Great Western Railroad.
{85}

Symbolic

Illinois Central Railroad.
Sympathy Kansas Pacific Railroad.
Symptom Michigan Central Railroad.
Synagogue Michigan Southern & Lake Shore Railroad
Synod Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad.
Syntax New York Central Railroad.
System New York & Erie Railroad.
Tableau Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago Railroad.
Tablet Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis Railroad.
Tactics Pan Handle Railroad.
Tactile Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
Tadpole Union Pacific Railroad.
Taking Vermont Central Railroad.
Supercede Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.
Suppose Boston & Albany.
Supposing Boston & Maine.
Supreme Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern.
Supremely Burlington Route.
Surety Canadian Pacific.
Surf Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul.
Surface Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha.
Surfeit Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville.
Surfeiting Chicago & Great Western.
Surgeful Chicago & West Michigan.
Surgeon Chicago & Eastern Illinois.
Surgery Chicago & Erie.
Surgical Chicago & Grand Trunk.
Surloin Chicago, Hamilton & Dayton.
Surmise Chicago Terminal Transfer.
Surpass Chicago, Hammond & Western.
Surpassed Chicago, Lake Shore & Eastern.
Surpassing Chicago & Western Indiana.
Surplice Cotton Belt Route.
Surplus Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific.
Surprisal Cleveland, Belt & Terminal.
Surprised Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis.
Surprising Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.
Surrender Delaware & Hudson.
Surrendered Denver & Rio Grande.
Surrounding Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic.
{86}

Survey

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern.
Surveyed Fitchburg.
Surveying Flint & Pere Marquette.
Surveyor Grand Rapids & Indiana.
Survive Great Northern.
Survival Indiana, Illinois & Iowa.
Surviving Iowa Central.
Suspect Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf.
Suspecting Kewaunee, Green Bay & Western.
Suspense Lake Erie & Western.
Suspicion Lehigh Valley.
Sustenance Louisville & Nashville.
Swab Maine Central.
Swabbed Memphis Route.
Swabbing Minneapolis & St. Louis.
Swarm Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie.
Sweep Missouri, Kansas & Texas.
Sweetened Missouri Pacific.
Swelter Mobile & Ohio.
Sweltered Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis.
Sweltering New York, Chicago & St. Louis.
Swipe New York, New Haven & Hartford.
Swivel New York, Ontario & Western.
Swoon Ohio Central.
Swooning Northern Pacific.
Swooped Omaha & St. Louis.
Sword Philadelphia & Reading.
Symbolism Plant System.
Symbolize Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg.
Symmetry Southern Railway.
Symphony Southern Pacific.
Syncopist St. Louis Southwestern.
Synodic St. Louis & San Francisco.
Synopsis Toledo, Ann Arbor & North Michigan.
Synoptic Texas & Pacific.
Tabaret Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City.
Tabby Texas Central.
Tabernacle Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf.
Tabling Vandalia Line.
Taboo Wabash.
{87}

Tabular

West Shore.
Tabulate Wisconsin Central.

RAILROAD LINES.

Talent Blue Line.
Talented Black Line.
Talisman Diamond Line.
Talkative Empire Line.
Talking Erie & Pacific Despatch.
Talon Erie & North Shore Line.
Tangent Fast Freight Line.
Tangible Green Line.
Tangle Globe Line.
Tangling Kankakee Line.
Tansy National Line.
Tape National Despatch.
Tapestry Red Line.
Tardily South Shore Line.
Tardy Star Union Line.
Target Union Star Line.
Tariff White Line.
Tackle Canadian Pacific Despatch.
Tackling Canada Southern Line.
Tailless Central States Despatch.
Tailor Commercial Express.
Talmud Erie Despatch.
Tamed Great Eastern Line.
Tannery Hoosac Tunnel Line.
Tandem Inter State Despatch.
Tantrum Kanawha Despatch.
Tapering Lackawanna Line.
Tardiness Lehigh & Wabash Despatch.
Tarnish Merchants Despatch.
Tarpum Nickel Plate.
Tarried Ontario Despatch.
Tarry Provision Dealers Despatch.
Tarsus Reading Despatch.
Tartaric Southern Despatch.
Tassel Traders Despatch.
Tattling West Shore Line.
{88}

LAKE LINES.

Tartar Anchor Line.
Tartly Northern Transportation Co.
Tartness Sarnia Line.
Task Union Steamboat Co.
Taste Western Transportation Co.
Taught Lackawanna Transportation Co.
Taxless Lehigh Valley Transportation Co.
Teamless Minneapolis, St. Paul & Buffalo St. Co.
Teasing Ogdensburg Transportation Co.
Teasel Owen Line.
Tempered Western Transit Co.
Temperance .  .  .  .  .  .
Temporal .  .  .  .  .  .
Tenable .  .  .  .  .  .
Tenantry .  .  .  .  .  .
Tenantless .  .  .  .  .  .
Tenderloin .  .  .  .  .  .
Tenderness .  .  .  .  .  .
Tennis .  .  .  .  .  .
Terrapin .  .  .  .  .  .
Terrible .  .  .  .  .  .
Terrify .  .  .  .  .  .
Testing .  .  .  .  .  .
Testate .  .  .  .  .  .
Thanked .  .  .  .  .  .
Thanking .  .  .  .  .  .
{89}

OCEAN STEAM LINES.

Tasteful Allan Line.
Tasteless American Line.
Tattoo Anchor Line.
Tavern Bremen Line.
Tax Cunard Line via Boston.
Taxable Cunard Line via New York.
Taxation Guion Line.
Taxed Hamburg Line.
Taxing Havre Line.
Teach Inman Line.
Teacher National Line.
Teaching Red Star Line.
Teamster State Line.
Teapot White Star Line.
Tedious .  .  .  .  .  .
Tediously .  .  .  .  .  .
Teeth .  .  .  .  .  .
Teething .  .  .  .  .  .
Temper .  .  .  .  .  .
Temperate .  .  .  .  .  .
Tempest .  .  .  .  .  .
Templar .  .  .  .  .  .
Temple .  .  .  .  .  .
Tempt .  .  .  .  .  .
Tempted .  .  .  .  .  .
Tempting .  .  .  .  .  .
{90}

ABOUT FUNDS.

Tenant Draw at sight.
Tenderly Draw at sight with bill of lading attached.
Tendon Draw on demand.
Tendril Draw on demand with bill of lading attached.
Tenement Draw payable with New York Exchange.
Tenor Draw as before.
Tension Draw on us.
Tepid Draw for what margin you require.
Tepidly Draw at one day.
Terminus Draw at five days.
Testament Draw at ten days.
Testator Draw at fifteen days.
Testified Draw at twenty days.
Testify Draw at thirty days.
Testimony Draw at forty-five days.
Textile Draw at sixty days.
Texture Draw at ninety days.
Thankful At what rate can you draw?
Thankfully Can you negotiate time drafts?
Thankless Have remitted.
Thatch Have remitted currency.
Thatched Have remitted New York Exchange.
Thatching Have remitted Chicago Exchange.
Thawed Have remitted by mail.
Thawing Have remitted by express.
Theater Have deposited margin with ____
Thebes We are remitting margins.
Theme Will remit immediately.
Theology Will remit to-morrow.
Thereby Will remit in a few days.
Therefore Will remit New York Exchange.
Thick Will remit Chicago Exchange.
Thicket Will remit currency.
Thickly Will remit necessary funds.
Thief Can you wait for a remittance?
{91}

Thievish

What margin do you require?
Thigh Retain margin until you hear from us.
Thimble Have drawn at sight.
Thirsty Have drawn at sight with bill lading attached.
Thirstful Have drawn on demand.
Thistle Have drawn on demand with bill lading attached.
Thorny Have drawn payable with New York Exchange.
Thought Have drawn as before.
Thoughtful Have drawn for ____ dollars margin.
Thrall Have drawn at one day.
Thrash Have drawn at five days.
Thrashed Have drawn at ten days.
Thrashing Have drawn at fifteen days.
Threat Have drawn at twenty days.
Threaten Have drawn at thirty days.
Threatened Have drawn at forty-five days.
Threshold Have drawn at sixty days.
Thrifty Have drawn at ninety days.
Throb Will you remit or shall we draw?
Throbbing How shall we draw?
Throng Can draw at ____
Throttle A remittance will do if it reaches us ____
Thrust You can remit New York Exchange or we will draw.
Thumb Can draw as desired.
Thumping Will telegraph you if want more margin.
Thunder Can make advances with ____ per cent. margin.
Thwart How have you remitted?
Thwarted Have you remitted?
Ticket Cannot draw as directed.
Ticklish Cannot negotiate time paper.
Tidal Cannot draw time drafts against shipments.
Tidily Cannot act without margin in hand.
Tidings Cannot wait for a remittance, seller demands cash, must draw.
Tiger Cannot make advances now, but hope to do so soon.
{92}

Tiller

Please remit ____ dollars.
Tilling Please deposit ____ dollars.
Tillable Please send ____ dollars by first express.
Tillage Deposit ____ dollars to our credit and have Bank wire us.
Tillman Unless you deposit ____ dollars to our credit and have Bank wire us at once shall close your trades.
Timbal Have deposited ____ dollars to your credit.
Timeful Your credit balance.
Timeless Your debit balance.
Timerous Please leave more margin in future drafts against shipments.
Tinged You must leave margin to cover shortage and misgrading.
Tinkered Your draft excessive. Deposit ____ dollars to our credit, have Bank wire us and we will honor your draft.
Tinkering Please remit to our New York house for our credit ____ dollars.
Tinsmith Your draft seems excessive, wire weights at once.
Tinware Do not draw to exceed ____ cents per bu. on wheat.
Tippet Do not draw to exceed ____ cents per bu. on corn.
Tippling Do not draw to exceed ____ cents per bu. on oats.
Tireless Do not draw to exceed ____ cents per bu. on ____
Tiresome Draft with bill of lading when loaded.
Titantic Draft with bill of lading when navigation opens.
Tithes Please send bill of lading at once.
Title Bill of lading forwarded ____
Titmouse Bill of lading not yet received.
Toadstool We must receive bill of lading by opening market.
Tobacco Draft when loaded, shipment opening navigation.
{93}

Tigress

Must draw for margin, payable on demand.
Timely Must draw for ____ dollars margin.
Timid Must draw at sight.
Timidly Must draw on demand.
Tincture Banks will not advance on property, must have currency to act.
Tinkling Margin of ____ per cent. on all property bought or sold, margin to be kept good.
Tinsel Unless you remit additional margin immediately we must cover your sales.
Tipple Unless you remit additional margin immediately we must sell your property.
Tipsy Market advancing; your margin nearly exhausted; shall we draw for additional margin or cover your sales?
Tissue Market declining; your margin nearly exhausted; shall we draw for additional margin or sell your property?
Titbit Your margin exhausted; have closed all your trades.
Toast Have closed your trades; you may draw for ____ dollars.
Toasted We hold subject to your order ____ dollars.
Toasting Have deposited proceeds with ____
Toddy Money market easy.
Toilet Money market tight.
Toilsome Sight exchange ____ per cent. premium.
Tomato Sight exchange par.
Tombstone Sight exchange ____ per cent. discount.
Tongue .  .  .  .  .  .
Tonnage .  .  .  .  .  .
Tooth .  .  .  .  .  .
Toothless .  .  .  .  .  .
Topaz .  .  .  .  .  .
{94}

ABOUT INSURANCE.

Tophet Keep fully insured in good offices.
Topic Effect marine insurance.
Torment At what rate can you insure?
Tormented Have effected insurance.
Tormenting We will insure.
Torpedo We can insure at ____
Torpid Shall we insure here?
Torture Insured here in our open policy.
Total Have not insured; consider you have insured in your open policy.
Totally Including marine insurance.
Towards Marine insurance ____ cents per $100.
Township .  .  .  .  .  .
Track .  .  .  .  .  .
Tracked .  .  .  .  .  .
Tracking .  .  .  .  .  .

ABOUT TELEGRAPHING.

Trackless Telegraph when you buy.
Trader Telegraph when you sell.
Tradition Telegraph when you ship.
Traduce Telegraph when you draw.
Traducing Telegraph when you remit.
Traffic Telegraph when you do anything.
Tragedian Telegraph when ____ stops advancing.
Tragedy Telegraph when ____ stops declining.
Tragic Telegraph when you are offered any bargains.
{95}

Tragical

Telegraph receipts for to-day.
Traitor Telegraph cars posted for to-morrow.
Tramp Telegraph shipments for to-day.
Trample Telegraph your stock.
Tranquil Telegraph best offer.
Transact Telegraph fully and often.
Transfer Telegraph promptly what progress.
Transfix Telegraph immediately if satisfactory.
Transfixed Telegraph price, quality, and brand.
Transform Telegraph price, quality, and quantity.
Transgress Telegraph any important change.
Transit Telegraph shipping instructions.
Translate Telegraph quotations.
Transmit Telegraph state of your market.
Transpire Telegraph to-morrow early.
Transplant Telegraph frequently and keep us well posted.
Transport Telegraph closing prices of ____
Trap Telegraph closing prices of ____, night despatch.
Trapped Telegraph daily with quotations, until further advised.
Trapping Telegraph market daily, by night despatch.
Travel Telegraph in cipher.
Traveler Telegraph in plain language.
Traveling Answer by telegraph.
Tread Answer by telegraph immediately.
Treadle Answer by night despatch.
Treason We do not understand your despatch.
Treasure We telegraphed you, but have no reply.
Treating Your despatch received after market closed; will act next session unless otherwise instructed.
Treatment Your order by telegraph received at ____
Treaty .  .  .  .  .  .
Tremble .  .  .  .  .  .
Trembling .  .  .  .  .  .
{96}

CROPS AND WEATHER.

Trespass The seeding this spring is backward.
Trespassed The weather is unfavorable for the growing crops.
Trial The weather continues unfavorable.
Triangle Up to this time very little has been done, the ground being too wet.
Tribunal Late frosts said to have done much injury.
Tribute Reported damage to crops by ____
Trifle Crops have been injured by the late rains.
Trifling Crops have been injured by the severe drought.
Trigger Should wet weather continue the harvest will be very late.
Trinity The seeding this spring progressing favorably
Trinket The weather is favorable for the growing crops.
Triplet Accounts of the crops very encouraging.
Tripod Indications of an early harvest.
Triumph Harvesting in this section will probably begin next week.
Trombone Harvesting is now progressing in this section.
Trodden ____ in this section has been mostly secured in good condition.
Trouble Samples exhibited of the new crop look ____
Trowel Quality of the new crop is superior to last year's.
Trudge Quality of the new crop is inferior to last year's.
Trudging Quality of the new crop as good as expected.
Truly The new crop, it is estimated, will average ____ bushels per acre.
Trumpet The yield, both as to quality and quantity, is very satisfactory.
Trundle Prospects of an early crop.
Truss Prospects of a late crop.
{97}

Trustee

Prospects of an average crop.
Trustful Prospects above an average crop.
Ugly Prospects below an average crop.
Ugliness Little of the new crop arriving.
Ultimate The proportion of the new crop in arrivals is ____
Ultra The new crop now arriving freely.
Umbrage First samples of the new crop exhibited here to-day.
Umbrella Condition of the new crop arriving is excellent.
Umpire Weather is fine.
Unaware Weather is hot and forcing.
Unbelief Weather is unsettled.
Unbend Weather showery.
Unbended Weather is stormy.
Unbending Weather wet and cold.
Unbolt Weather is cold for this time of the year.
Unbolted Weather is warm for this time of the year.
Unbolting Severe thunder storms prevailing.
Unborn Weather more settled.
Unbosom Weather is spring-like.
Unbridle Weather is brilliant.
Unbuckle Frost seems breaking up.
Unbutton Incessant rains still prevail.
Unchain Hard frost last night.
Unclasp Light frost last night.
Uncle Weather is warm and pleasant.
Unclean Heavy rains in this section of the country.
Uncover .  .  .  .  .  .
Undaunted .  .  .  .  .  .
Undergo .  .  .  .  .  .
Undone .  .  .  .  .  .
Undress .  .  .  .  .  .
{98}

ABOUT PACKING.

Uneasy The Hogs arriving are very heavy in weight.
Unequal The Hogs arriving are heavier than usual.
Unrobe The Hogs arriving are mostly light in weight.
Unroll Very few of the Hogs now arriving are heavy enough for Mess Pork.
Unruly The Hogs now arriving will average about ____ lbs. net.
Unsaddle Dressed Hogs arriving are too soft to ship.
Unseen Dressed Hogs arriving are in good condition.
Unsettle Dressed Hogs arriving are in fair shipping condition.
Unsightly The Hogs now arriving are heavier than those received earlier in the season.
Unstable The Hogs now arriving are not as heavy as those received earlier in the season.
Unspotted The weather is cold and favorable for packing operations.
Untimely The weather is unfavorable for packing operations.
Untold The Hogs thus far received will average about ____ lbs. net.
Untrue The cutting is principally into ____
Untruth The packing to the present time is about ____
Untwist The packing season is expected to be short.
Unwell The packers expect to stop cutting for the season ____
Unwind The packing season may now be considered closed.
Unwise The number of Hogs packed amount to ____
Unworthy Packers will not guarantee any foreign inspection.
Upbraid .  .  .  .  .  .
Upcast .  .  .  .  .  .
{99}

Upheave

.  .  .  .  .  .
Uphill .  .  .  .  .  .
Uphold .  .  .  .  .  .
Upholding .  .  .  .  .  .

TIME OF DAY.

Upland 6:00 A. M.
Uplift 7:00 A. M.
Upright 7:30 A. M.
Upset 8:00 A. M.
Upsetting 8:15 A. M.
Upshot 8:30 A. M.
Upside 8:45 A. M.
Upstart 9:00 A. M.
Urbane 9:15 A. M.
Urgent 9:30 A. M.
Usage 9:45 A. M.
Useful 10:00 A. M.
Useless 10:15 A. M.
Usher 10:30 A. M.
Usurp 10:45 A. M.
Utensil 11:00 A. M.
Utility 11:15 A. M.
Utmost 11:30 A. M.
Utter 11:45 A. M.
Utterly 12:00 M. A.
Vacant 12:15 P. M.
Vacantly 12:30 P. M.
Vacate 12:45 P. M.
Vacating 1:00 P. M.
Vacation 1:15 P. M.
Vagabond 1:30 P. M.
Vagrant 1:45 P. M.
Valentine 2:00 P. M.
Valet 2:15 P. M.
Valiant 2:30 P. M.
Validity 2:45 P. M.
Valuable 3:00 P. M.
Value 3:15 P. M.
Vampire 3:30 P. M.
Vandyke 3:45 P. M.
Vanguard 4:00 P. M.
Vanilla 4:15 P. M.
Vanish 4:30 P. M.
Vanished 4:45 P. M.
Vanity 5:00 P. M.
Vanquish 5:15 P. M.
Vapor 5:30 P. M.
Vastly 6:00 P. M.
Vegetate 6:30 P. M.
Vegetation 7:00 P. M.
Vehement 7:30 P. M.
Velvet 8:00 P. M.
Vengeful 8:30 P. M.
Vengeance 9:00 P. M.
Venom 9:30 P. M.
Ventilate 10:00 P. M.
Verdant 10:30 P. M.
{100}

SUNDRIES.

Vesper .  .  .  .  .  .
Vestment .  .  .  .  .  .
Vestry .  .  .  .  .  .
Veto .  .  .  .  .  .
Vexed .  .  .  .  .  .
Vexation .  .  .  .  .  .
Viaduct .  .  .  .  .  .
Vial .  .  .  .  .  .
Vibrate .  .  .  .  .  .
Vibration .  .  .  .  .  .
Vibrating .  .  .  .  .  .
Victim .  .  .  .  .  .
Victuals .  .  .  .  .  .
Vigilant .  .  .  .  .  .
Vignette .  .  .  .  .  .
Village .  .  .  .  .  .
Villa .  .  .  .  .  .
{101}

Villain

.  .  .  .  .  .
Virtue .  .  .  .  .  .
Virtuous .  .  .  .  .  .
Visage .  .  .  .  .  .
Visably .  .  .  .  .  .
Visit .  .  .  .  .  .
Vital .  .  .  .  .  .
Vitally .  .  .  .  .  .
Vixen .  .  .  .  .  .
Vocal .  .  .  .  .  .
Vocalist .  .  .  .  .  .
Volcano .  .  .  .  .  .
Volume .  .  .  .  .  .
Vomit .  .  .  .  .  .
Vomited .  .  .  .  .  .
Vomiting .  .  .  .  .  .
Vortex .  .  .  .  .  .
Vulcanize .  .  .  .  .  .
Vulgar .  .  .  .  .  .
Vulgarly .  .  .  .  .  .
{102}

Vulture

.  .  .  .  .  .
Waddle .  .  .  .  .  .
Waddling .  .  .  .  .  .
Wafer .  .  .  .  .  .
Waffle .  .  .  .  .  .
Wager .  .  .  .  .  .
Wagon .  .  .  .  .  .
Waist .  .  .  .  .  .
Waiter .  .  .  .  .  .
Wakeful .  .  .  .  .  .
Walrus .  .  .  .  .  .
Wampum .  .  .  .  .  .
Wanton .  .  .  .  .  .
Wardrobe .  .  .  .  .  .
Warfare .  .  .  .  .  .
Warlike .  .  .  .  .  .
Warped .  .  .  .  .  .
Warping .  .  .  .  .  .
Warrant .  .  .  .  .  .
Warranty .  .  .  .  .  .
{103}

Wabbly

.  .  .  .  .  .
Wafted .  .  .  .  .  .
Wagging .  .  .  .  .  .
Waggish .  .  .  .  .  .
Waggishly .  .  .  .  .  .
Wagonette .  .  .  .  .  .
Wagtail .  .  .  .  .  .
Wainscot .  .  .  .  .  .
Waistband .  .  .  .  .  .
Waitress .  .  .  .  .  .
Waken .  .  .  .  .  .
Wakened .  .  .  .  .  .
Wakening .  .  .  .  .  .
Waldgrave .  .  .  .  .  .
Walk .  .  .  .  .  .
Walked .  .  .  .  .  .
Walking .  .  .  .  .  .
Wallop .  .  .  .  .  .
Walloped .  .  .  .  .  .
Walloping .  .  .  .  .  .

 

SUPPLEMENT

TO THE

REVISED EDITION

OF

The Robinson Telegraphic Cipher

TRADE MARK

SOLD BY

Grain & Feed Journals Consolidated

332 SOUTH LA SALLE STREET

CHICAGO, ILL.

EXPLANATORY.

In adding a Supplement to The Robinson Telegraphic Cipher, no other change whatever has been made.

All but the supplement being printed from the same plates as the former Revised Edition.

The supplement will supply to a great extent phrases, etc., that changes in business methods and new Grades, Railroads, etc., have been called into use since the last revision.

The additions by themselves, rather than scattered through the code, will avoid danger of using a code word for the additions, with one who has not as yet received a copy with the supplement.

With the present arrangement it will at times be necessary to look in two places, for a phrase or code word, the extra turn of a leaf.

Many users of the code having written their own phrases on the blank lines, or pasted phrases over the printed ones they do not care for, but using the "Code" word for the phrase covered up. Any change in the original book would cause confusion, loss and lack of confidence.

You have probably found phrases not needed by you, and failed to find some you do want; to supply this need, write them in the blank lines. A few minutes time will do it.

To attempt to put in one Code the matter to meet all wants, the size would kill its usefulness.

Time is too valuable these days of rush, to use a dollar's worth hunting through a big code to save a few cents in Telegraph Tolls.

Better use two code words, combining the phrases of each, for even then you will seldom fail to get your Telegram inside ten words.

The All Important Thing is Safety.

Very few realize the liability of error by the receiving operator in receiving cipher or code words by sound, where the connecting words are no help.

The missing or adding of a single dot or dash, the misjudgment of a "space", may change the entire meaning.

It is therefore vital that the code words should be selected with the utmost care, and by one fully competent to judge of their fitness.

I studied nearly a year selecting a list of words I considered safe to use, analyzing every one from a telegraphic standpoint, as well as from their liability of being misread from manuscript. In many cases several words equally safe, if but one used. Cutting out the words from Webster's Unabridged Dictionary till I had between five and six thousand I considered safe to use as "code words."

Every word added, the danger of error increases, and the more words added the ratio of danger increasing in proportion.

In this selection I gave the benefit of fifteen years' personal experience as an operator and manager, over three years as operator and cipher clerk for the United States Government, and ten of the fifteen as telegraph manager on the Chicago Board of Trade.

In the majority of codes the cipher words are virtually copied as they come out of a dictionary. Many words so little in use that the sending operator for fear of sending one wrong asks to have the words rewritten, thus causing delay that may cost as much as if sent wrong.

During the past thirty-five years The Robinson Telegraphic Cipher has been, and is still in use in nearly every city and town in the United States and Canada having a telegraph office. Thousands using it, yet the errors in transmitting its code words are less even than in messages in plain English. In fact virtually nil.

Its record speaks for itself.

{4}

INDEX

See Index on Page 4 of Additional Supplement.

PAGES
Basis, 25
Breadstuffs, (Barley), 15
Breadstuffs, (Buckwheat), 18
Breadstuffs, (Corn), 12
Breadstuffs, (Flour), 17
Breadstuffs, (Mill Feed), 16
Breadstuffs, (Hay and Straw), 18-19
Breadstuffs, (Oats), 13-14
Breadstuffs, (Rye), 14
Breadstuffs, (Seeds), 18
Breadstuffs, (Wheat), 9-11
Buying and Selling, 22-23
Condition and Quality, 20-21
Foreign Advices, 26
Indemnities, 28-29
Miscellaneous, 27
Railroads and Rail Routes, 5-6
Shipping and Freights, 24
Transportation Lines (Lake Lines), 7
Transportation Lines (Ocean, Coast Lines), 8
Transportation Lines (Ocean Lines), 8
Transportation Lines (R. R. Freight Lines), 7
U. S. Government Standards, 30
{5}

RAILROADS AND RAIL ROUTES.

Babbler Ann Arbor.
Babbling Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlantic.
Babyish Atlantic Coast Line.
Baccarat Baltimore, Chesapeake and Atlantic.
Baccate Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg.
Bacillus Canadian Northern.
Bacteria Central of Georgia.
Backbone Central R. R. of New Jersey.
Badly Central Vermont.
Badness Chesapeake and Ohio.
Bagatelle Chicago and Alton.
Bagpipe Chicago and Illinois Western.
Bailiwick Chicago Great Western.
Bailment Chicago, Indiana and Southern.
Bakery Chicago Junction.
Baking Chicago, Milwaukee and Puget Sound.
Balconet Chicago Union Transfer.
Balefully Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton.
Ballastic Colorado and Southern.
Balloonist Colorado Midland.
Balmy Erie.
Balustrade Florida East Coast.
Bandana Frisco Lines.
Bandbox Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio.
Banded Gulf Air Line.
Bandelet Hocking Valley.
Bandoleer Houston and Texas Central.
Bandoline Houston, East and West Texas.
Bandsaw Illinois Terminal.
Baneful Indiana Harbor Belt.
Banefully International and Great Northern.
Banished Kansas City Southern.
Banishing Missouri, Oklahoma and Gulf.
Banjo National Railway of Mexico.
Banking Norfolk and Western.
Banter New Orleans Great Northern.
Bantering New Orleans, Mobile and Chicago.
{6}

Baptistry

Northwestern Pacific.
Baptized Oregon Short Line.
Barbarian Oregon-Washington R. R. and Navigat'n Co.
Barbaric Pennsylvania.
Barbarism Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
Barbecue Pere Marquette.
Barbette Pittsburg and Lake Erie.
Barbican Quebec Central.
Bardism Queen and Crescent Route.
Barbatine Rio Grande and Western.
Barnacle Rutland.
Barology Star and Crescent Route.
Baronage Sunset Route.
Baronial Seaboard Air Line.
Baroscope St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern.
Barque Texas Midland.
Barracan Toledo, St. Louis and Western.
Barricade Western Maryland.
Barrister Western Virginia.
Basaltic West New Jersey and Sea Shore.
Bascule Wheeling and Lake Erie.
Basket Yazoo and Mississippi Valley.
Bassinet Western Pacific.
Beatify .  .  .  .  .  .
Beatitude .  .  .  .  .  .
Beckon .  .  .  .  .  .
Becloud .  .  .  .  .  .
Becoming .  .  .  .  .  .
Bedraggle .  .  .  .  .  .
Bedrench .  .  .  .  .  .
Beehive .  .  .  .  .  .
Beetle .  .  .  .  .  .
Beginning .  .  .  .  .  .
{7}

RAILROAD FREIGHT LINES.

Behavior Ashville Line.
Belch Blue Ridge Despatch.
Belittle Cumberland Gap Despatch.
Belladonna Grand Trunk Despatch.
Bellows Jersey Central, Lake Shore Despatch.
Belvedere Jersey Central Mich. Central Despatch.
Benefactor Lake Shore, Lackawanna Line.
Benefice Lake Shore, Lehigh Valley Route.
Benighted Lackawanna Grand Trunk Line.
Benzine Michigan Central Lackawanna Line.
Bereave Michigan Central Lehigh Valley Route.
Bergamot Norfolk and Western Despatch.
Bermuda Wabash Erie Despatch.
Bertha Wabash O. and W. Route.
Beseech .  .  .  .  .  .
Beset .  .  .  .  .  .
Bespeak .  .  .  .  .  .
Bestial .  .  .  .  .  .

LAKE LINES.

Billows Ann Arbor Line.
Binding Algoma Central Steamship Line.
Binocular Canadian Atlantic Transit Co.
Biologist Canadian Lake Line.
Biology Canadian Pacific S. S. Lines.
Bishopric Chicago and Duluth Transportation Co.
Bisque Erie and Western Transportation Co.
Bittern Merchants Montreal Line.
Bivalve Mutual Transit Co.
Blacken Merchants Union Line.
Blackish Northern Michigan Transportation Co.
Blameful Northern Transportation Co.
Blazon Pere Marquette Line.
Blinker Rutland Transit Co.
Bloater U. S. and Dominion Transportation Co.
Blooded .  .  .  .  .  .
{8}

OCEAN LINES.

Blossom Atlantic Transport Line.
Blundered Canadian Pacific S. S. Line.
Blustered Cosmopolitan Line.
Boarding Dominion Line.
Bobolink Great Northern S. S. Line.
Bobtail Head Line.
Bodice Neptune Line.
Bogus Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Boldly Philadelphia Trans-Atlantic Line.
Bombast Scandinavian American Line.
Bonanza United States Shipping Co.
Bonifice Virginia Line.

OCEAN (COAST) LINES.

Bonnet Clyde Line.
Boodle Mallory Steamship Co.
Booklet Metropolitan S. S. Co.
Boomer Morgan Line.
Bootless Munson S. S. Line.
Booty Old Dominion Line.
Borough Southern Pacific S. S. Line.
Botanic Ward Line Route.
Bouquet United Steamship Co.
Bovine .  .  .  .  .  .
Bowery .  .  .  .  .  .
Bowline .  .  .  .  .  .
Boyhood .  .  .  .  .  .
Brag .  .  .  .  .  .
Bragged .  .  .  .  .  .
Bragging .  .  .  .  .  .
Branchlet .  .  .  .  .  .
Brashly .  .  .  .  .  .
{9}

BREADSTUFFS.

WHEAT.

Bravely Chicago Contract Wheat.
Brazen No. 3 Chicago Spring Wheat.
Brevity No. 4 Chicago Spring Wheat.
Bridegroom Rejected Chicago Spring Wheat.
Brigand Sample Grade Chicago Spring Wheat.
Brighten No. 3 Milwaukee Spring Wheat.
Broaden No. 4 Milwaukee Spring Wheat.
Brogue Rejected Milwaukee Spring Wheat.
Bromide Sample Grade Milwaukee Spring Wheat.
Bronco No. 1 Duluth Spring Wheat.
Brooklet No. 2 Duluth Spring Wheat.
Brougham No. 3 Duluth Spring Wheat.
Buddhist No. 4 Duluth Spring Wheat.
Budget Rejected Duluth Spring Wheat.
Building Sample Grade Duluth Spring Wheat.
Bulkhead No. 3 Northwestern Spring Wheat.
Bulrush No. 4 Northwestern Spring Wheat.
Bulwark Rejected Northwestern Spring Wheat.
Bungalow Sample Grade Northwestern Spring Wheat.
Burgess No. 3 Minnesota Spring Wheat.
Burgundy No. 4 Minnesota Spring Wheat.
Burmese Rejected Minnesota Spring Wheat.
Bushman Sample Grade Minnesota Spring Wheat.
Buttercup No. 3 Northern Spring Wheat.
Cabalism No. 4 Northern Spring Wheat.
Cabaret Rejected Northern Spring Wheat.
Cackle Sample Grade Northern Spring Wheat.
Caddy No. 4 White Spring Wheat.
Cadenza Rejected White Spring Wheat.
Calamus Sample Grade White Spring Wheat.
Calcine Sample Grade Spring Wheat.
Calliope No. 1 Hard Spring Wheat.
{10}

Calvanist

No. 1 Durum Wheat.
Candle No. 2 Durum Wheat.
Candy No. 3 Durum Wheat.
Canister No. 4 Durum Wheat.
Cankerous Rejected Durum Wheat.
Cantata Sample Grade Durum Wheat.
Canteen No. 1 Velvet Chaff Wheat.
Canticle No. 2 Velvet Chaff Wheat.
Capias No. 3 Velvet Chaff Wheat.
Capillary No. 4 Velvet Chaff Wheat.
Carburet Rejected Velvet Chaff Wheat.
Careen Sample Grade Velvet Chaff Wheat.
Caressed Mixed Velvet Chaff Wheat.
Caressing No. 4 Hard Winter Wheat.
Carnation Rejected Hard Winter Wheat.
Caroline Sample Grade Hard Winter Wheat.
Cartilage Rejected White Winter Wheat.
Casino Sample Grade White Winter Wheat.
Cassock Rejected Red Winter Wheat.
Castanet Sample Grade Red Winter Wheat.
Catalpa No. 1 Pacific Coast Red Wheat.
Cataract No. 2 Pacific Coast Red Wheat.
Cavalcade No. 3 Pacific Coast Red Wheat.
Cayman No. 4 Pacific Coast Red Wheat.
Celibacy Rejected Pacific Coast Red Wheat.
Centaur Sample Grade Pacific Coast Red Wheat.
Cephus No. 1 Pacific Coast White Wheat.
Chainless No. 2 Pacific Coast White Wheat.
Chaldean No. 3 Pacific Coast White Wheat.
Chalice No. 4 Pacific Coast White Wheat.
Chalk Rejected Pacific Coast White Wheat.
Chamois Sample Grade Pacific Coast White Wheat.
Chancery Pacific Coast Mixed Wheat.
Changeless No. 1 Mixed Wheat.
Chaotic No. 2 Mixed Wheat.
Chariot No. 3 Mixed Wheat.
{11}

Charmful

No. 4 Mixed Wheat.
Charmless Rejected Mixed Wheat.
Cheerless Sample Grade Mixed Wheat.
Chemise Straight Country Run Wheat.

MANITOBA WHEAT.

Chicane No. 1 Alberta Red Winter Wheat.
Chicanery No. 2 Alberta Red Winter Wheat.
Chiefdom No. 3 Alberta Red Winter Wheat.
Chiefless Sample Grade Alberta Red Winter Wheat.
Chigger No. 1 Manitoba Hard Wheat.
Chillness No. 1 Manitoba Northern Wheat.
Choral No. 2 Manitoba Northern Wheat.
Chlorine No. 3 Manitoba Northern Wheat.
Choppy Sample Grade Manitoba Northern Wheat.
Chromo No. 4 Extra Wheat.
Churchly No. 5 Extra Wheat.
Circus No. 6 Extra Wheat.
Civility Feed Wheat.
Clamped No. 2 Feed Wheat.
Clannish No. 4 Winter Wheat.
Clasp Scoured Manitoba Wheat.
Clasped Sample Manitoba Wheat.
Clasping .  .  .  .  .  .
Claymore .  .  .  .  .  .
Clematis .  .  .  .  .  .
Clemency .  .  .  .  .  .
Climatic .  .  .  .  .  .
Cloven .  .  .  .  .  .
Cobalt .  .  .  .  .  .
Collodion .  .  .  .  .  .
Colonel .  .  .  .  .  .
Coloring .  .  .  .  .  .
{12}

CORN.

Colossus No. 4 White Corn.
Columbine Rejected White Corn.
Compiling Sample Grade White Corn.
Composite No. 4 Yellow Corn.
Conception Rejected Yellow Corn.
Concrete Sample Grade Yellow Corn.
Condor No. 1 Mixed Corn.
Condusive No. 2 Mixed Corn.
Confab No. 3 Mixed Corn.
Confusing No. 4 Mixed Corn.
Conquer Rejected Mixed Corn.
Consort Sample Grade Mixed Corn.
Contralto Mixed Corn.
Contrary Old Corn.
Cordage Old Ear Corn.
Cordial New Ear Corn.
Corduroy Good Feeder Corn.
Corona Common Feeder Corn.
Corrugate St. Charles Red Top Corn.
Cough Kiln Dried Corn.
Coughing Kiln Dried Corn, testing ____ per cent. moisture or less.
Coverlet Testing ____ per cent. moisture or less.
Creation White Kaffir Corn.
Cremated Red Caffir Corn.
Cremating Milo-Maize.
Cremation .  .  .  .  .  .
Cribbage .  .  .  .  .  .
Croak .  .  .  .  .  .
Croaked .  .  .  .  .  .
Croaking .  .  .  .  .  .
Crowded .  .  .  .  .  .
Crucible .  .  .  .  .  .
{13}

OATS.

Crucifix Standard White Oats.
Culvert No. 4 White Oats.
Cumulate Rejected White Oats.
Cupidity Sample Grade White Oats.
Cuspidor No. 1 Yellow Oats.
Dado No. 2 Yellow Oats.
Dagger No. 3 Yellow Oats.
Dahlia No. 4 Yellow Oats.
Damson Rejected Yellow Oats.
Dandy Sample Grade Yellow Oats.
Datum No. 1 Mixed Oats.
Daybreak No. 2 Mixed Oats.
Deadened No. 3 Mixed Oats.
Debutant No. 4 Mixed Oats.
Decalogue Rejected Mixed Oats.
Decorate Sample Grade Mixed Oats.
Decorum No. 1 Red or Rust Proof Oats.
Decoy No. 2 Red or Rust Proof Oats.
Deepen No. 3 Red or Rust Proof Oats.
Deepened No. 4 Red or Rust Proof Oats.
Deface Rejected Red or Rust Proof Oats.
Defeated Sample Grade Red or Rust Proof Oats.
Demerit No. 3 White Clipped Oats.
Denude No. 4 White Clipped Oats.
Dependent Rejected White Clipped Oats.
Deployed Sample Grade White Clipped Oats.
Desecrate No. 1 Red Clipped Oats.
Desperado No. 2 Red Clipped Oats.
Despise No. 3 Red Clipped Oats.
Despoil No. 4 Red Clipped Oats.
Despond Rejected Red Clipped Oats.
Devoted Sample Grade Red Clipped Oats.
Devoutly Red Clipped Oats ____ lbs.
Diabolic Testing ____ lbs. or over.
Diagnosis .  .  .  .  .  .
{14}

Diaper

Extra 1 Canadian Western Oats.
Dicker No. 1 Canadian Western Oats.
Dickering No. 2 Canadian Western Oats.
Dictation No. 3 Canadian Western Oats.
Dictum Sample Grade Canadian Western Oats.
Diffuse No. 1 Canadian Mixed Oats.
Diffusely No. 2 Canadian Mixed Oats.
Digress No. 3 Canadian Mixed Oats.
Dilation No. 1 Canadian Black Oats.
Dilatory No. 2 Canadian Black Oats.
Dilemna Rejected Canadian Black Oats.
Dinghy Sample Grade Canadian Black Oats.
Diplomacy .  .  .  .  .  .
Dipper .  .  .  .  .  .
Director .  .  .  .  .  .
Disable .  .  .  .  .  .
Disabuse .  .  .  .  .  .

RYE.

Disciple No. 4 Rye.
Disclaim Sample Grade Rye.
Discourse Choice Rye by Sample.
Disdain Eastern Canadian Rye.
Disdained Western Canadian Rye.
Disfavor Manitoba Rye.
Disfigure .  .  .  .  .  .
Disinfect .  .  .  .  .  .
Disown .  .  .  .  .  .
Disowned .  .  .  .  .  .
Displace .  .  .  .  .  .
{15}

BARLEY.

Disrupt Extra No. 3 Barley.
Dissolute No. 1 Winter Barley.
Dissonant No. 2 Winter Barley.
Distantly No. 3 Winter Barley.
Distracted No. 4 Winter Barley.
Disturbed Rejected Winter Barley.
Divulging Sample Grade Winter Barley.
Dogstar No. 4 Scotch Barley.
Dolefully Rejected Scotch Barley.
Domicile Sample Grade Scotch Barley.
Domino Purified Barley.
Doom No. 1 Bay Brewing Mixed Barley.
Doomed No. 2 Bay Brewing Mixed Barley.
Dormitory No. 3 Bay Brewing Mixed Barley.
Dormouse No. 4 Bay Brewing Mixed Barley.
Dorsal Rejected Bay Brewing Mixed Barley.
Dowager Sample Grade Bay Brewing Mixed Barley.
Drudgey No. 1 Chevalier Mixed Barley.
Drugged No. 2 Chevalier Mixed Barley.
Dugout No. 3 Chevalier Mixed Barley.
Dulcimer No. 4 Chevalier Mixed Barley.
Dummy Rejected Chevalier Mixed Barley.
Dynamo Sample Grade Chevalier Mixed Barley.
Easterly No. 4 Bay Brewing Barley.
Eastward Rejected Bay Brewing Barley.
Educator Sample Grade Bay Brewing Barley.
Elocution No. 4 Chevalier Barley.
Emersion Rejected Chevalier Barley.
Emigrant Sample Grade Chevalier Barley.
Emotion No. 1 Feed Barley.
Emperor Choice Malting Barley.
Emphasis Fair Malting Barley.
Emulsion Common Malting Barley.
Enduring .  .  .  .  .  .
Endwise .  .  .  .  .  .
Enthuse .  .  .  .  .  .
{16}

MILL FEED.

Eventful Mill run Winter Wheat Bran in Bulk.
Evergreen Mill run Winter Wheat Bran in Sacks.
Executor Mill run Spring Wheat Bran in Bulk.
Executrix Mill run Spring Wheat Bran in Sacks.
Exemplar Mixed Bran in Bulk.
Expansive Mixed Bran in Sacks.
Expressly Utah Bran in 80 lb. Bags.
Exquisite Utah Bran in 90 lb. Bags.
Fabric Utah Bran in 100 lb. Bags.
Fabricate Utah Bran in irregular sized Bags.
Fallacy Choice Yellow Corn Meal in Bulk.
Fantastic Choice Yellow Corn Meal in Sacks.
Fatalism Fair Yellow Corn Meal in Bulk.
Femanine Fair Yellow Corn Meal in Sacks.
Femoral Choice White Corn Meal in Bulk.
Festivity Choice White Corn Meal in Sacks.
Fibrous Fair White Corn Meal in Bulk.
Fiction Fair White Corn Meal in Sacks.
Flamingo Mixed Corn Meal in Bulk.
Flatten Mixed Corn Meal in Sacks.
Flippant Buckwheat Midlings in Bulk.
Florest Buckwheat Midlings in 100 lb. Sacks.
Flowers Gluten Feed in Bulk.
Flunkey Gluten Feed in Sacks.
Forbear Cotton Seed Oil Cake in Bulk.
Forbidden Cotton Seed Oil Cake in Sacks.
Forcible Choice Mixed Screenings.
Forecast Fair Mixed Screenings.
Forego Car Sweepings.
Foremost Mill Sweepings.
Forestry Flax Screenings.
Forgiving In 80 lb. Sacks.
Forsooth In 90 lb. Sacks.
Foulness In 100 lb. Sacks.
Fragile In 140 lb. Sacks.
Fragment In ____ lb. Sacks.
Frantic .  .  .  .  .  .
Fraternal .  .  .  .  .  .
{17}

FLOUR.

Frontlet Special Patent Flour.
Fulcrum Patent Flour.
Furniture Straight ____ Flour.
Fusible Clear ____ Flour.
Gadfly Second Clear ____ Flour.
Gallant Low Grade ____ Flour.
Gallipot Equal to ____ Flour.
Gallivant Minnesota Spring Wheat Flour.
Gangway Northwestern Spring Wheat Flour.
Garbage Manitoba Spring Wheat Flour.
Gardiner Hard Spring Wheat Flour.
Garnish White Winter Wheat Flour.
Garrison Hard Winter Wheat Flour.
Gastric Pacific Coast White Wheat Flour.
Gelatine Pacific Coast Red Wheat Flour.
Gentility Winter Wheat Flour.
Geodesy Spring Wheat Flour.
Geometry Southwestern Flour.
Ghetto Export Flour.
Ghost City Mills Flour.
Gibbet Country Mills Flour.
Gladsome Fancy White Rye Flour.
Glanders Standard Rye Flour.
Glimmer City Mills Rye Flour.
Glorify Country Mills Rye Flour.
Glorious Dark Rye Flour.
Glossary X X Rye Flour.
Goggles X X X Rye Flour.
Gondola Fancy Buckwheat Flour.
Gossamer White Corn Flour.
Gourd Red Dog Flour.
Graft Wheat Graham Flour.
Grafted Rye Graham Flour.
Grafting .  .  .  .  .  .
Grammer .  .  .  .  .  .
Granule .  .  .  .  .  .
Grapnel .  .  .  .  .  .
{18}

SEEDS.

Gravel No. 2 Flax Seed.
Griffin No 2 Northwestern Flax Seed.
Gullible Rejected Northwestern Flax Seed.
Gunnery No. 1 Manitoba Flax Seed.
Gunshot No. 2 Manitoba Flax Seed.
Gunwale Rejected Manitoba Flax Seed.
Gusset Choice Flax Seed by Sample.
Gutteral Fair Flax Seed by Sample.
Hagler Brome Grass Seed.
Hailstone Orchard Grass Seed.
Halberd Blue Grass Seed.
Hammer Red Top Grass Seed.
Hammock Lawn Grass Seed.
Hamper Alsyke Seed.
Handful Alfalfa Seed.
Harem Cane Seed.
Harken Rape Seed.

BUCKWHEAT.

Harlequin Choice Buckwheat.
Hartshorn Sound Milling Japanese Buckwheat.
Hawser Sound Milling Silver Hull Buckwheat.
Headsman Sound Milling Mixed Buckwheat.
Heartless .  .  .  .  .  .

HAY AND STRAW.

Hectic Rejected Timothy Hay.
Heirloom Sample Grade Timothy Hay.
Hellebore Choice Clover Hay.
Helpmate No. 3 Clover Hay.
Hemlock Rejected Clover Hay.
Henchman Sample Grade Clover Hay.
Heptagon Choice Clover Mixed Hay.
Heraldry No. 3 Clover Mixed Hay.
Hermit Rejected Clover Mixed Hay.
Hibernal Sample Grade Clover Mixed Hay
Hickory Rejected Prairie Hay.
{19}

Hireling

Choice Upland Hay.
Hobble No. 1 Upland Hay.
Hockey No. 2 Upland Hay.
Homicide No. 3 Upland Hay.
Hoodlum Rejected Upland Hay.
Hoodwink Sample Grade Upland Hay.
Hosanna Choice Marsh Hay.
Hostage No. 1 Marsh Hay.
Hotbed No. 2 Marsh Hay.
Hothouse No. 3 Marsh Hay.
Household Rejected Marsh Hay.
Hubbub Sample Grade Marsh Hay.
Hurtful Threshed Timothy Hay.
Hyphen Packing Hay.
Imbecile Cattle Hay.
Immune Choice Alfalfa Hay.
Importune Fair Alfalfa Hay.
Impunity Common Alfalfa Hay.
Indicator Sample Grade Alfalfa Hay.
Indispose Choice Johnson Grass.
Inflation Good Johnson Grass.
Insoluble Common Johnson Grass.
Institute Choice Oat Straw.
Insular Fair Oat Straw.
Integral Sample Grade Oat Straw.
Intensely Choice Rye Straw.
Interline Fair Rye Straw.
Interlope Sample Grade Rye Straw.
Intermix Choice Barley Straw.
Intervene Fair Barley Straw.
Intestine Sample Grade Barley Straw.
Intonate .  .  .  .  .  .
Jasmine .  .  .  .  .  .
Jeweler .  .  .  .  .  .
Jimmy .  .  .  .  .  .
Jingling .  .  .  .  .  .
{20}

CONDITION AND QUALITY

Kennel What is the condition?
Kerchief What is the condition of grain in store?
Kledive Is there danger of grain in store going out of condition?
Kidnap Is there danger of heating?
Kindness Is ____ suitable for seed?
Kindly Has ____ been treated?
Kindred Will you guarantee?
Kingdom Condition on arrival.
Kinsman Condition in store.
Kitchen Condition when loaded.
Kitten Condition in transit.
Kittenish Condition when shipped.
Knapsack Grain in store.
Knead Grain in transit.
Kneaded In good condition.
Kneading In fair condition.
Knife In poor condition.
Knight Liable to get out of condition.
Knightly Has been turned and improving.
Knitting Has been treated.
Knot Slightly mixed with ____
Knout Badly mixed with ____
Knuckle Think no danger of heating.
Knuckling Think no danger grain in store.
Kodak Free from willful mixture.
Labeling Better than sample.
Labored Fully equal to sample.
Laboring Not equal to sample.
Laborious Better than last.
Laconic As good as last.
Ladrone Poorer than last.
Lagoon Has not been treated.
Lambkin Not properly loaded.
Lampoon Unfit for Export.
Lamprey Unfit for shipping.
Lancelot Unfit for milling.
Landlady Not as represented.
{21}

Languidly

Not suitable for our purpose.
Landsman Not suitable for your purpose.
Lapel Not suitable for seed.
Lapidary Not according to contract.
Lapsable If cleaned might grade.
Larceny Is suitable for seed.
Largely If quality is.
Largeness Quality is to be.
Larkspur Quality is not.
Larrup Satisfaction in every way.
Lassitude According to contract.
Lavatory Suitable for our purpose.
Lavishly Suitable for your purpose.
Lawlessly We will guarantee.
Laxity To arrive in good condition.
Laziness To arrive cool and sweet.
Leaflet We cannot guarantee.
Learn Official weights.
Learned Official grades.
Learning Official weights and grades.
Leaseholds Weights at this end.
Leathern Weights at that end.
Leavened .  .  .  .  .  .
Lecturing .  .  .  .  .  .
Leeward .  .  .  .  .  .
Legalism .  .  .  .  .  .
Legality .  .  .  .  .  .
Legendary .  .  .  .  .  .
Legislator .  .  .  .  .  .
Leisurely .  .  .  .  .  .
Lemonade .  .  .  .  .  .
Lenient .  .  .  .  .  .
Leniently .  .  .  .  .  .
Lenten .  .  .  .  .  .
Lentils .  .  .  .  .  .
{22}

BUYING AND SELLING.

Levant Give us refusal.
Leverage We give you refusal.
Lewdly Including all charges.
Lewdness Cannot give refusal.
Libation If foreign advices steady.
Libelous If foreign advices higher.
Liberator If foreign advices lower.
Libretto If you think best.
Lifeboat At ____ above your limit.
Limpidly At ____ under your limit.
Lingo At no premium or discount on.
Linguist At no premium or discount over.
Liquefy At no premium or discount under.
Listening Advance price all grades Wheat.
Literary Advance price on all grades Corn.
Lithium Advance price on all grades Oats.
Liturgy Advance price on ____
Loathful Reduce price on all grades Wheat.
Lobbyist Reduce price on all grades Corn.
Lobelia Reduce price on all grades Oats.
Localism Reduce price on ____
Lodgment Think now good time to buy.
Loftiness Impossible to buy any cheaper.
Logwood Expect to be able fill your offers.
Longing Have refusal for to-day.
Lookout Have refusal until ____
Loophole Have given close figures.
Loosen Too scarce to offer.
Loosened We are working on your offer.
Lovable Samples mailed you are still unsold.
Lukewarm Work on balance samples.
Lunacy Sell subject to being unsold on receipt your telegram.
Lurch Sell only to parties who will pay Drafts promptly.
Lurched Sell if necessary to compete.
Lurching You ought to be able to sell.
{23}

Lustfully

This is a close price.
Lynch Can sell elsewhere to better advantage.
Macaroni Sell any of the samples.
Madcap Prices named good till tomorrow.
Madrigal Think can sell more at same price.
Magdalen Sell more at same price.
Magenta Sell at best advantage.
Magic Quote everything as last quoted.
Magical The lowest we can quote is ____
Magically Cannot offer at same price.
Magnesia Cannot replace at prices offered.
Magneto Continue working on samples at last prices given.
Magnitude Offer at prices named in letter.
Mainmast Withdraw all quotations.
Malapert Market too excited to make sales.
Malaria Have no Wheat to offer.
Malay Have no Corn to offer.
Malefactor Have no Oats to offer.
Malice Have no ____ to offer.
Malicious Samples all sold.
Malign Samples all sold except ____
Maltese Have sold following samples.
Maltreat Have on hand unsold ____
Mamaluke Your order by wire is filled.
Mammal Your order by mail is filled.
Mammoth All sales subject to delay in transfer.
Manakin Subject to our confirmation by wire.
Mandamus Subject to reply by wire.
Mandarin Subject to reply by cable.
Mandatory .  .  .  .  .  .
Mandolin .  .  .  .  .  .
Mandrake .  .  .  .  .  .
Mandrel .  .  .  .  .  .
Mangle .  .  .  .  .  .
Mangrove .  .  .  .  .  .
Manicure .  .  .  .  .  .
{24}

SHIPPING AND FREIGHTS.

Marriage To be shipped to ____
Marvel To be shipped from ____
Marvelous By water in bulk.
Mascot In even weight packages.
Matinee If can get cars.
Matrix Vessel to load ____
Mature Shipment within ____ days.
Maturely Shipment within ____ weeks.
Mayor Shipment first ____ days in.
Mayoralty Shipment last ____ days in.
Meander Roads crowded cannot ship promptly.
Medulla Property shipped some days ago.
Medusa Getting very prompt shipments now.
Melodeon Cannot ship large or small cars, must take cars as they run.
Melodist We are tracing all shipments.
Melon Cannot ship route you name as property is already bought on.
Melotype Too late to change billing.
Memorial Shipments to be scattered.
Mendacity Ship to ____ for export.
Menthol Wire shipping instructions.
Merciful Can you ship to ____ for export.
Merciless Can you scatter shipments.
Mercury Can ship to ____ for export.
Meringo Can scatter shipments.
Merriment Cannot ship to ____ for export.
Metabolic Cannot scatter shipments.
Metaphor Will forward papers to-day.
Microbe Freights per bushel from ____
Midriff Freights per barrel from ____
Mikado Freights per 100 lbs. from ____
Militant Freights per bushel to ____
Milking Freights per barrel to ____
Millstone Freights per 100 lbs. to ____
Mimicry .  .  .  .  .  .
Mindful .  .  .  .  .  .
Miniature .  .  .  .  .  .
Minnow .  .  .  .  .  .
{25}

BASIS.

Miscarry Basis on track here.
Mischance Basis on track there.
Miscreant Basis on track ____
Miserable Basis F. O. B. Boat here.
Misfit Basis F. O. B. Boat there.
Missal Basis F. O. B. Boat ____
Mitigate Basis C. I. F. here.
Mittimus Basis C. I. F. there.
Mobilize Basis C. I. F. ____
Mockery Basis in store here.
Moderate Basis in store there.
Moderator Basis in store ____
Modulate Boston points.
Modiste Georgian Bay Ports.
Mogul Group one Texas.
Molecule Group two Texas.
Molest Group three Texas.
Mollify Group four Texas.
Momentous Group five Texas.
Momentum Group six Texas.
Monarchy Minnesota Transfer.
Monestery .  .  .  .  .  .
Monastic .  .  .  .  .  .
Monkhood .  .  .  .  .  .
Monkish .  .  .  .  .  .
Monograph .  .  .  .  .  .
Monolith .  .  .  .  .  .
Monologue .  .  .  .  .  .

As code words are primarily to save expense, when one word will express the meaning, I leave that for you to write in your despatch in plain english instead of using a code word for it.

{26}

FOREIGN ADVISES.

Moonstone Broomhall quotes Liverpool Wheat.
Moralist Broomhall quotes Liverpool Corn.
Mordant Broomhall quotes London Wheat.
Morgue Broomhall quotes London Corn.
Mormon Broomhall quotes Mark Lane Wheat.
Morphia Broomhall quotes Mark Lane Corn.
Morphine Broomhall quotes English country markets.
Mortuary Broomhall quotes Paris Wheat.
Mosaic Broomhall quotes French country markets.
Moslem Broomhall quotes Antwerp Wheat.
Mosquito Broomhall quotes Odessa Wheat.
Mountain Broomhall quotes cargoes off coast Wheat.
Mounted Broomhall quotes cargoes off coast Corn.
Movable Broomhall quotes Argentina market.
Mucilage Broomhall quotes weather in England.
Mulberry Broomhall quotes weather in France.
Multiplex Broomhall quotes weather on Continent.
Multitude Broomhall quotes weather in Argentina.
Mumble Broomhall quotes weather in Russia.
Mummy Broomhall quotes weather in Australia.
Mumps Broomhall quotes weather in India.
Murmur Broomhall quotes Buenos Aires Wheat.
Muscatel Broomhall quotes Berlin Wheat.
Mushroom Broomhall quotes Budapest Wheat.
Music Broomhall quotes ____
Musket Stocks in ____ large.
Musketry Stocks in ____ increasing.
Muskox Stocks in ____ decreasing.
Muskrat Stocks in ____ small.
Mustang Heavy shipments from ____
Mutely Light shipments from ____
Muteness Prospects large crops.
Mutiscope Crop prospects poor.
Myth .  .  .  .  .  .
Mythology .  .  .  .  .  .
Mystified .  .  .  .  .  .
Mythologist .  .  .  .  .  .
{27}

MISCELLANEOUS.

Naked Draft returned refused.
Nakedly Bank wires Draft refused.
Nakedness Bank has no advice of payment Draft.
Nameless Draft was drawn.
Namely Cannot draw Drafts payable on arrival.
Narcotic Send Draft to ____
Narrate Have Bank present Draft again.
Narrating Draw on us for difference.
Nativity Pay Draft if not right will adjust difference.
Nattily Your draft is paid.
Naughty Will honor your Draft on us.
Nausea Draw at sight with all documents attached.
Nautical Draw on demand with all documents attached
Navigator Must pay for property.
Nebulous Referring to your letter of ____
Nepotism Referring to our letter of ____
Nickname Referring to your wire of ____
Nicotine Referring to our wire of ____
Nimbus Referring to your contract of ____
Nobleness Referring to our contract of ____
Nocturne .  .  .  .  .  .
Nodular .  .  .  .  .  .
Nodule .  .  .  .  .  .
Nomad .  .  .  .  .  .
Nomadic .  .  .  .  .  .
Nonplus .  .  .  .  .  .
Nostrum .  .  .  .  .  .
Novice .  .  .  .  .  .
Noxious .  .  .  .  .  .
Numeral .  .  .  .  .  .
Nuptual .  .  .  .  .  .
{28}

INDEMNITIES.

Oath Quote Ups and Downs on Wheat.
Oblate Quote Ups and Downs on Corn.
Oblation Quote Ups and Downs on Oats.
Obscurely Buy Ups on ____ Wheat.
Obtrude Buy Ups on ____ Corn.
Obtusely Buy Ups on ____ Oats.
Octave Buy Downs on ____ Wheat.
Octopus Buy Downs on ____ Corn.
Oddity Buy Downs on ____ Oats.
Olivet Sell Ups on ____ Wheat.
Olympic Sell Ups on ____ Corn.
Omelet Sell Ups on ____ Oats.
Onwardly Sell Downs on ____ Wheat.
Opossum Sell Downs on ____ Corn.
Opponent Sell Downs on ____ Oats.
Opposite Have Bought Ups on ____ Wheat.
Oppress Have Bought Ups on ____ Corn.
Oppressed Have Bought Ups on ____ Oats.
Optimist Have Bought Downs on ____ Wheat.
Orphan Have Bought Downs on ____ Corn.
Orphanage Have Bought Downs on ____ Oats.
Ovation Have Sold Ups on ____ Wheat.
Overture Have Sold Ups on ____ Corn.
Pacify Have Sold Ups on ____ Oats.
Padrone Have Sold Downs on ____ Wheat.
Pagoda Have Sold Downs on ____ Corn.
Pajamas Have Sold Downs on ____ Oats.
Palmist Expiring this week.
Palmistry Expiring next week.
Panoply Expiring this month.
Pansy Good till the end of ____
Pantaloon This order open until ____
Papacy Ups in strong demand indicates large short interest.
Parable Downs in strong demand indicates large long interest.
Parabola Very moderate demand for Ups.
Parachute Very moderate demand for Downs.
{29}

Parasite

Owing to small offerings do not think can execute your Indemnity order.
Parlance Owing to slack demand do not think can execute your Indemnity order.
Passive Very heavy trading in Ups.
Passover Very heavy trading in Downs.
Pastoral Very little doing in Ups and Downs.
Patience .  .  .  .  .  .
Patiently .  .  .  .  .  .
Patriot .  .  .  .  .  .
Peaceable .  .  .  .  .  .
Pectoral .  .  .  .  .  .
Peculate .  .  .  .  .  .
Pedantic .  .  .  .  .  .
Pediform .  .  .  .  .  .
Pedometer .  .  .  .  .  .
Peevish .  .  .  .  .  .
Peevishly .  .  .  .  .  .
Pelvic .  .  .  .  .  .
Pendulous .  .  .  .  .  .
Pensive .  .  .  .  .  .
Pensively .  .  .  .  .  .
Penumbra .  .  .  .  .  .
People .  .  .  .  .  .
Pepsin .  .  .  .  .  .
Perception .  .  .  .  .  .
{30}

U. S. GOVERNMENT STANDARDS

Effective July 1st, 1917

Rabid Dark Northern Spring Wheat.
Rabboni Northern Spring Wheat.
Raccoon Red Spring Wheat.
Racket Red Spring Humpback Wheat.
Radiator Amber Durum Wheat.
Radium Durum Wheat.
Rafter Red Durum Wheat.
Rafting Dark Hard Winter Wheat.
Raftsman Hard Winter Wheat.
Rally Yellow Hard Winter Wheat.
Ramify Red Winter Wheat.
Rampage Red Walla Wheat.
Ramrod Soft Red Wheat.
Ramus Hard White Wheat.
Rascality Soft White Wheat.
Rattler White Club Wheat.
Raven Sample Wheat.
Ravenous Mixed Wheat.
Readiness Smutty Wheat.
Realism Treated Wheat.
Reality Percentage of Moisture.
Reap Number 1.
Reaped Number 2.
Reaping Number 3.
Reasoning Number 4.
Rebuttal Number 5.
Recant Number 2 or better.
Reception Number 3 or better.
Recess Number 4 or better.
Recital As good as number 2.
Recite As good as number 3.
Reckoning As good as number 4.
Reclaim .  .  .  .  .  .
Recluse .  .  .  .  .  .
Recollect .  .  .  .  .  .





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