The New York Times/1900/12/01

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COPYRIGHT. 1900, BY THE NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY.
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VOL. L...No. 15,881 NEW YORK. DECEMBER 1, 1900. SATURDAY. —SIXTEEN PAGES.
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TO-DAY

SIXTEEN PAGES

WITH

REVIEW OF BOOKS AND ART.


INDEX TO DEPARTMENTS.


Stocks irregular. Financial Affairs.—Pages 12 and 13.

Wheat, No. 2 red, 77⅜c.; corn, No. 2 mixed, 45⅝c.; oats, No. 2 mixed, 26½c.; cotton, middling, 10¼c.; Iron, No. 1 foundry, $16; butter, Western creamery, 25c. Commercial World.—Page 11.

Amusements.—Page 8.

Arrivals at Hotels and Out-of-Town Buyers.—Page 5.

Business Troubles.—Page 11.

Court Calendars.—Page 11.

Insurance Notes.—Page 13.

Losses by Fire.—Page 5.

Marine Intelligence and Foreign Malls.—Page 2.

New Corporations—Page 13.

Real Estate.—Page 11.

Religious News—Page 6.

Society.—Page 9.

United Service.—Page 3.

Weather Report.—Page 5.

Yesterday's Fires—Page 5.




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