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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

6 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1S90. WMTirx ron Tnr. StwnAV Herald. THE LOCUST. How sweetly the locust is sinning On his perch in the top of the tree: Yet his voice with Its musical ringing Conveys a sad message to me. It tells me thnt summer Is waning, That the llowcrs nnd vcrduro so nweet "Will soon dlsappenr, nnught remaining llut dead leaves, bestrowlng the street. That the warmth nnd the glow of the sunshlno Will be chilled by the cold winter's blast; That the sands of the season have run fine, That the zenith of summer has passed. His tune Is peculiarly larao, Enriched by a resonant swell: Hlaortf&Imo (IfmdtMciirio, Expresses a lasting farewell. He has ended his song; still I listen. Yet I cannot his silence condemn, For I feel by a sad intuition His song was his own requiem. Joshua Davis, Washington. D. C, September 15, 1SP0. TIIE OHAWENGK. "Yond saruo cloud cannot choose but fall by pallfuls." The Tempest. 'Twas August, nnd n burning drought Had shorn the lusty ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1S9Q. NEWS OF THE LODGES. WHAT OOKTH ON AMONG TIIK HKKTII III3N Ol' TUK aitlP. To-Morrow KvonhiR'n Ills Slirlno Kvcnt Congratulating Trustee "Wood A Good ltntcli or Oilil follow Notes 1 touts or In terest to Other Orders. Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon the overlings of tho ensuing week: Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple B. 11. French No. 15, Monday, (3th; Pontalpha No. 23, Monday, Oth; National No. 12, Tuesday, 7th; New Jerusalem No. 0. Thursday, Oth; St. John's No. 11, Friday, 10th; Uopo No. 20, Friday, 10th. A. A. S. K. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, Oth. Masonic Hall, Georgetown Georgo C. Whit ing No. 22, Thursday, Oth; Potomac No. 5, Thursday, Oth. MasouicIIall, Uniontown Anacostla No. 21, Monday, Gth. lioyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Lafavettc No. 5, Tuesday, 7th; Washington No. 2, Thursday, Oth; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 10th. Commandcrlcs Knights Tcmjtlar. Masonic Temple Washington No. 2, Thursday, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald And Weekly National Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

THE SUNDAY' HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1SQO. MEHTZ'S PHAUMAOT, 1014 F STREET. SOME PLAIN TALK ON A POPULAR TOPIC. FOU the last few days our city has been hospitably entertain ing the National Wholesale Druggists' Assoclntiou. We have been considerably Interested in the proceedings of this organ! zation, and especially in that part of the proceedings embodying the report touching the subject of selling goods at reduced or popular prices. This section of the report elicited a great deal of discussion, and induced some of tho delegates to make rather peculiar and Illogical remarks, when such remarks arc judged by the laws of supply and demand. From some of tho published reports In tho local papers tho im pression given is a misleading one, in that it suggests that any druggist, selling at other than the "old-time" prices, was Idis penslng inferior or impure drugs and medicines. WELL, impressions are not arguments, and such logic is poor logic, to designate it charitably; and when a bod...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

rsrmrr-orrs &ht Jlttfr 3Blfehigr ffi&tittntxl !tttUx0jmctf ESTABLISHED IS'OO. OCTOBER 5.1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 THE WONDERFUL 01101IIDS DOWN ON POSTAL CARDS. AND THE MEK WHO ABB FASOINATKI) INTO COLLECTING THEM. OrfVjZ (vjJ.tMiTa THE WOES WniCH BEVELI, A MEK CHANT TBKOUOU USING THEM. y 5v s Tlio Unnrtsouio Collection of a Washington Mint Conditions Most Fnvornulo to the Growth of the Plants Somo of thellnror Varieties, Ono o the most Interesting of all hobbles Is the collection and cultivation ot orchids. These struugo subjects of Flora seem to oxort a fasci nation over the human mind suclr ne none o their myriad fellow-subjects possess. The al most infinite variety of their forms, their won derful peculiarities, their striking resemblances to Insects and animals, their delicato fragrance, and their richness of color explain their chaim. The colors of the rainbow does not begin to express the chromatic harmonics and fantasies this interesting plant presents to the eye. Every ima...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

7P,flgrtV'irrij:j'1 rawwT-T-rH TP'rfE SUNDAY 'HKRA.iDVSXJlvirAY, OCTOBER 5, 1890. 11 FOR SALE: THREE BARGAINS ! BEAUTIFUL LOT In Lo Droit I'nrk, GO feet front on Maple avenue, by average dopth of 100 fcot. Price, 75c. ELEGANT HOME on the south side of Spruco street, Lo Droit Park. Tho house Is built on 30 feet by 120 feet lot. It Is 20 feet front, anil Is furnished -with every modern convenience, It Is splondldly papered from top to bottom In fact, a model homo with plonty of room, light, and air. Very cheap at $5,000. For permit. to Inspect applyat ofllco. TO BUILDERS 120 feet front by depth of 75 feet on Moplo avenue, Lo Droit Park. FoMIto days. Price, 1.10. BARNES & 629 F Street N. W. AGENTS FOR NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. IE,mSYEB' I Pool and Billiards. MARBLE SALOON. SELECTED STOCK OF WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. Cor. 9th St. nud Pa. Ave. N. W. oc5-ly THEEBBITT: WASHINGTON, D. C. Avmy and Nary Headquarters. Eight Iron Irire Escapes. IIURCH & GlftUS MiintiBorB N...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

fci J Ml'&MSSthh. i? .aS'MJXMrlABK rtiimftoXM&m i?lf!I V.!Sasa(JAyJ(i K's'SaSltJjfrKSSaaKiSqy - TSSZtiirxZ?' ' - .. VJ?i. C?(mWi?SjlT " " flnLnr" ..jiHI I '....iliWiniM niiH"1"" weFssssssMi'rtMr, mixmsz&Kteti .wTn wftTW 6, A.2gssrcri IP Wh . 1 " !-? 1BM M IXfiUaFJifKfflkSffiM teSS 'S3MttflllflnS8fA. 0A 7&S MI MKCJL" lSt&ffifo5 L rfSS-A -- mm a iiiM.flM4KWC5a ; MiwisMMBiiw.i leua The President, accompanied bj Secretory auil Mrs. Noble, Secretary lialford, and Miss Jcan nette lialford, occupied a box at Albaugh's on Friday nicht to witness tlie performance o "A Poor delation." Mrs. Harrison is havine a very quiet time, which, no doubt, she ercatly cujoys, since her return to the city. Mrs. McKec will nt bo at the White liouso until December. Dr. Arthur C. Merriam, of this city, and Mis Susie Weaver, of Georgetown, wore married on Thursday, at noon. The ceremony took place at the residence of tho bride, 3100 P street. Rev. Mr. Falls, of St. Alban's. tied the knot. T...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

.wi'rp'ianmMim-jhj.i i !,, !rT-- rwi nr THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5..1S90. 13 H SOCIETY 01IAT. Mrs. Randolph Powell lias relumed from tbo sca-shoro to her rcsldenco in this city on Con necticut avonuc. Mllo. Do Kcrrnol, Mrs. Powell's young nieco. Is with her at present, but will soon sail for Prance. Mrs. Kearny Is visiting her son, Hon. John Watts Kearny, of Now Jersey. Sho will join Mrs. Powell shortly. Colonel and Mrs. James G. Horretcelobrntod their golden anniversary on Tuesday. They woro the recipients of numerous congratulations, verbal and written. In tho ovonlng a handsomo dinner was glvon by Colonel and Mrs. llerrot, at their lovely homo on 1 street, to a party of young people from Maryland. Mrs. Mitchell and Miss Mattlo Mitchell aro nt tbclr rcsldenco In this city, having loft Lenox before tho closo of tho season owing to tho In disposition of Senator Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Oclrlchs (tho latter n6o Fair) will rcsldo at 453 Fifth avonuc, Now York. Mr. Oelrl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

14 THE SUNDAY KCKJRA.LD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1890. PANTS -icd r.iea s i Tup production of clothing for vip:i ap pears at preent In this eountn to bo divided Into throo ditlnet trailer tlio leidy-imtle Uio regular merchant tailor a:itt vrlnt U l.nownin tlio trado ni tho "Ph mouth IJock" TO ORDER $3.00 idea, so named from VcmliHnot licltlcd in V-Attor- tion- Icrm, ,hcinl ""? tucx- famous rij mouth Hock Pant Company of Uoston that Is tho cutting of clothes to each. Individual's incisure but made In such quantities as to rcduco tho price to ready mado b.islo. Ihls Is tho latest and perhaps mot popular plan, opening as It docs to tho masses tho luxury of clothing out to ordr TO at rend) -made prices. $8,25 js the. result of loj B3SANCU S43 IVmi.sylvania Avenue, Washington. D. C. HEADQUARTERS FOR 1 curry the largest assort ment of American Watcher, .Diamonds, and 14-Carat Gold Chsiiur in this city, andiriJl bell you on credit at cash prices. Dull and ex amine my special line of American Wa...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1S90. 15 II. A. SBLIGSON, THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT, Importer of and Wholesales Denier In PURE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES AND IilQUOHS, Anil Solo A Kent for Trimble nnd Perfection Old Kyo nnil Sour Mash Whiskies. 1200 nnd 1203 Pennsylvania avonuo N. W. THE WARWICK PERFECTION BICYCLE, THE BEST ON EARTH. FOR LADY Oil GENTLEMAN. AGENOV FOtt DISTRICT OF COLUMDIA. 6i8 SEVENTEENTH STREET N.W. se24-4tl2 THE NEWER WAY, Formerly tho rule In the drug business was slow snles nnd heavy profits. Wo found It so when wo commenced busi ness, but boforo long we were persunded that fast sales nnd fair profits would start new lifo Into tho old business, and since wo hnvo followed that rule our business has outrun our calculation. If you would know something of our plan nnd method scud for n copy of our catalogue, not long from tho press, and carefully read how wo can snvo you money on all your pur chases of drugs, medicines, and family requisites. Head also of ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 5 October 1890

16 THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1890. 1 "' T- jnm.Ms Uj j,- i ft'; WHO HAS MOST FRIENDS ? . IIIBOIAIGES A Cfcnestion "Which THE HERALD Wants Its IResxclci's to Answer. A Merry Contest in Which the Winner "Will Get a Magnificent Present. EYERYBODY MUST BE INTERESTED. THE SUNDAY HERALD wants to fliul out who is the most -popular Soy or Girl in Washington, and aslcs its thousands of Headers to helj) settle the question by ballot. The Young Person obtaining the largest number of suffrages of THE HERALD'S readers will be given Consisting of an Elegant Pony Surry and a Beautiful Pair of Ponies, with Silver-Mounted Harness, Bobes, Whip, etc., all complete. This turnout is as fine as can be obtained or seen in Washington, and the total cost of it is ujiwards of i$750. Jt will be in readiness for exhibi tion to the ublic about the loth of October. Meanwhile THE HER ALD'S friends can rest assured that it is an equipage any boy or girl in Washington would bejwoud to 2ossess. Every Boy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

pie JVnfr WLklig Uactixm&l ntllinwv. VOL. XXV. WASHINGTON.SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1S90. 16 PAGES. NO. 30 IT WAS A GLORIOUS DAY. -YKSTKIIDAT'S GREAT ATttliETIO MEETING A SPKENDID SUCCESS. IMPORTANT RECORDS BROKEN. Ohoii of Detroit nt Inst Succeeds in Running 100 Yards in teas Tlian Ton Seconds Copelnntl of tho IMunlinttiins lloals tho World's Kunnlng IJronil .Tump Record A Kino Crowd Witnesses ii Mugnlllcoiit Day's Sport on Aniilostiin, Island Tho third annual championship meeting of the Amateur Athletic Union o( tho United States took place on Analostan Island yester day, under tho auspices of tho Columbia Ath letic Club. It was a magnificent bucccss from 6tart to finish. Not only did tlio meetine pan out well financially, but several important records were brokeu. For years tho speediest runners of America and England have striven in vain to lower the record ef 100 yards below the ten-second period. Hut yesterday that supple and agile-limbed youth, John Owen, Jr., of the Detroit At...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

r-HfiT SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. OCTOBER fS. 1S90. ON MANY SUBJECTS. THE CHATTER OF NEW YOKIC AS ueakd by the uAnnMNa hab. Tho British. Mftltlon on Amorlcnn Shores A Typo of Domestic Briton Men nnil Women Milliners Knowlodco Behind tho Counter TVhy Men nro Moro Suc cessful thnn Women ns Shopkoower. From our Rcgulnr Correspondent. New Yobk, October 10. The time hns como when the stranger Is again within our gates, and dark-haired, brlght-cycd French women, dusky-looking Spnnlards and Cubans arc to be seen on tho street, at tho theatres, and at tho hotels, contrasting oddly with a great number of English people. Thero seems to bo a fresh invasion of the Brit ish maid. She is no longer the British blonde, for she lias realized that tho streaks in blondo hair have grown too common, and she has cut off the long locks and is permitting her brown hair to grow out afresh. Then, on pleasure as well as on knowledge bent, i6 a sufficient num ber of tho British matron dowdlly dressed, and with a b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1890. OPERA HAS TUB CALL. NEWWOltKS AT IIOTII TUK LEAIUNO TIIEA.TKIIS THIS WHICH. Francis WIIroii In "Tho Morry Monarch" Coming to tlio National and tlio Vninotts IttoCnulI Troupo In "Tlio Sovon Sun blntW it Allmugh' Ooiioral Theatri cal Matters. "Ono Error" was presented at Albaugh's Grand Opera IIouso Inst week by Cora Tanner. The play is ono of climaxes with amplo oppor tunity for a beautiful womnu to exhibit her boauttful face, lior beautiful form, and her beautiful.dresses. Not that it is without merit, for being fathered by Mr. Kidder it must natu rally contain much that is excellent. It is something now in tho lino of tho emotional, and deals with riches nud loro In a thrilling rather than a pathetic style. Miss Taunor, who as sumes In Judith Orme tho character of a wealthy heiress, undertakes to marry for lovo alono and discovers her mlstako later on. By -special arrangement with tho author husbaud No. 1 Is poisoned to death and husband ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

-4 TMB SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY. OCTOBER12, 1890. ' AND HJcfhlij JInlionirt SuUilirjcuccr. Thk National intelligencer ESTABLISHED 1800. THE SUNDAY HERALD SSTADUEHtO 1866. (Entered at tho Pout Offlco nt Washington, D. C. as Second-class Matter. J. H. SOULB A. T. UKNSKT r, J .Proprietors! Kdltorlnl and Publication Olllccs, No. 409 Tenth Street Northwest. Our patrons living on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Ilutlrontl can have "The Sunday Herald" sent direct by leaving their order at tho newstand. Baltimore and Ohio Depot. $30 REWARD. "THE 8UNDAT HERALD" Is convinced that there Is an organized Banc of paper thieves In this city, who follow its carriers around and talto tho papers from tho door stops. Wo will pay a reward or $30 for tho arrest and conviction of any ono of those thieves. $3Q REWARD. Subscribers will confer a favor by notify ing this office when they fall to rccolvo their paper, in order that tho matter may bo properly Investigated. The religious assemblies which gathere...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12. 189G. TOWN TALK. To provcnt loss by crediting nml collect debtB duo you join tho Merchants' Mutunl Pro tcctlvu Union, which la nn organization of tho wholepnlo and retail merchants of tho District of Columbia for mutual protection (against persons who do not pay their debts.) Tho plan or opera tion Is ns lollows: Members nro divided in two classes participating and tionpnrticlpatlnir. Tho participating membors pay two dollars (8-) annual dues and llfty cents (50a.) lor monthly and special ronorts, but nothing for collections. The nonpartlclpatlnK members pay percentage on collodions, get no report, and nro not pro tected by tho association. All members nro lur nlshed with our form of clroulnr letters, which culls the debtor's attention to his obligation (to tho creditor) and tho necessity of his making somo arrangement for settlement of samo within nspeclllcd time. Should tho debtor fall to re spond to llrat letter (which Is known ns tho cred i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

6 THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1S90. "DKAK OLD CUT-UP l'Al'A." JIY MMJAS llOZKIiIj MESSENGER. Wc know not if ho ovll was, or good His truth, or fnith nnd creed; Wo know tlmt poor, lone, desolate, ho stood, In cold darkest need. For nntivo lnnd he fought full long nnd well, An' boro his hundred soars Of war, gained whero its iron thunder's fell, Oft 'nenth quiet stnrs. Long years ho fought, as men hurrah M nnd cried, Seotho Qodlnmnnl In pence, when poor, ho fell; they only sighed, 'TIs thus sinco timo began. 'Twas not enough ho boro tho scars of strlfo, Of loss for duty done; And loss of homo's sweet hope, children and wife, Tho while his country won; But ingratitude, forgetfulness, ay, worse Than want, or woe, or shame, Or that dark circumstanco that wrote its curse O'er his fair name. To give one's life for love, nnd find a shell, Of hollow, empty sound 1 0 brothers ! give ye notblng whero ho fell Save n low grassy mound ? WnR he so wenry pacing tho old road Ho could no l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

n. THfeSUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1SQO. z u Lu- I, SPOUTING GOSSIP. ODD NOTKS UlIRi: A D TDGKK AHOUT THK LOCAL ATUI.KTES. The Foot-Mall I.oukiii) nnil tlio CoIIorob Now Governors for tlio Potomac Athletic Club WlrtoKprond Sorrow at the Death of Joseph Koyworth. Georgetown Collcco and Kendall University did not join tlio Southern Foot-Ball Lenguc, as thoy did not oxnetly understand Us purposes. Capt. O'Donnell, of Ibe Georgetowns, says If It Is to be u college affair then the Columbia Ath letics havo no right In It. If It Ib to bo a South ern foot-ball league, why weren't Invitations Issued genorally? Why were the Potomac Athletics, Orients, High Schools, and others de barred ? Capt. O'Donnell says he Is willing to form a collego foot-ball league of Southern cities or n Southern foot-ball longue, but It must bo confined to the two particular branches, with no attempts at slighting. Fielding, one of thobalf-backs of the George town team, Is from Notre Dame, Ind., and was a com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

8 THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAV, OCTOBER 12, 1890. DAUGHTERS OFTHE REVOLUTION A Society Organized to l'orpctunto His toric Slcmorlp. Yesterday afternoon a meeting was called nt Strntlnnorc Arms for the purpose Of organizing the society of the Daughters ot the American devolution. Mr. William 0. McDowell occu pied the chair. The society -was organized by the election of the following officers: President General, Mrs. Benjamin Harrison; Vice President General in charge of organization, Mrs. Flora Adams Darling; Vico Presidents General, Mrs. Admiral D. D. Porter, Mrs. William D. Caboll, Virginia; Mrs. Gen. A. W. Grcely, of tho Army; Mrs. Dr. U. Brown Goode, Connecticut; Mrs. Gen. 11. V. Boyntou, Ohio; Mrs. Professor Wil liam C. Winlock, Massachusetts; Mrs. Dr. F. 0. St. Clair, District of Columbia; Secretaries Gen eral, Mrs. K. Hardin Walworth. New York; Mrs. Gen. Walter Browne, Tennessee; Treasurer, Mrs. Col. Marshall McDonald. Virginia; Reg istrars General, Miss Eugenia Washington, Vir gi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday herald and weekly national intelligencer. — 12 October 1890

JUtft 3lliU:g Wttxki&n&i ntlli$nzn:ie ESTABLISHED 1SOO. OCTOBER 12, 1S90. PAGES 9 TO 16 AN EASIER MONEY MARKET VOTES FOR THE FAVORITES. CAUSES AN IMPHOVISM15NT IN THE HUYING OP STOCKS. aiOUE ADDITIONS TO THK LIST OF rOPUI.AU BOYS AND GIRLS. & jj V l la Investors Looking for Bargains Tho Sales oT thoAVook tho Largest for Month Gixlns and Losses About Equal Bettor 1 Times Ahoiwl. Tho best cviilencc that thcro Is an Increasing ease In tho money market Is In tho larger vol umo of transactions on tho Exchange, tho past week showing considerable improvement over any previous one for several months. The buy ing was fairly well distributed, and prices aver aged fairly well, tho gains and losses being about equal. Railroad stocks showed the great est weakness, Metropolitan and Washington and Georgetown coming down with a rush, tho bonds of the latter particularly losing heavily. Eckiugton steadied at G5J00, and Columbia at 7373J. Graphophouo also showed weakness at 15(a)15t, and ...

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