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 - From Friday's Letters.. Little need be written...
From Friday's Letters.. Little need be written about the stock market to-day, for its dulness and the narrowness of fluctuations robbed it of significance. The tire in the Western Union Telegraph Company's building Interrupted communication to an extent that might have suppressed activity, even if there had been favoring conditions. The most interesting .incident was in Sugar Trusts, which advanced sharply on a decision of the Supreme Court relieving the Trust 01 many 01 tne restrictions imposed . . it 1 j .1 3 xi s r Av npon it Dy ine injunction ODiaineu ay jveceiver uray, 01 me North River Company. General news was curtailed by the damage to the telegraph system, but the western roads are Imported to be still at work on efforts to advance rates. It is probable mat to-morrow s Dans statement win oe nnravorame, and onr money market here is not free from the effect of possible calls for gold from abroad. The situation as a whole, in view of the increasine railway earnings, does not warrant un easiness, but pending new developments of a stimulating nature we should advise conservatism in operations. Charles Head & Co,

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  1. The Wall Street Journal,
  2. 19 Jul 1890, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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