upon, as to place the New York Press
at the head of the journalism of the world.
The Cheap Press, be it observed, had, first of all, to create itself
, and, secondly, to create its Public
. The papers of the old school have gone on their way prospering.
They are read by the class that read them formerly.
But—mark that long line of hackmen, each seated on his box waiting for a customer, and each reading his morning paper
! Observe the paper that is thrust into the pocket of the omnibus driver.
Look into shops and factories at the dinner hour, and note how many of the men are reading their newspaper as they eat their dinner.
is new. All this has resulted from the Chatham
-street cogitations of Horatio David Sheppard
A distinguished authoress of this city relates the following circumstance, which occurred last summer: