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Decline of the New York Herald.

--The fact is, the Herald has had its death-blow as a newspaper this fall and winter. Its job office has been ruined, and will be discontinued; its advertising is diminishing; its circulation is steadily lessening — other journals, the World chiefly, taking its place. When we say that the Herald has had its death-blow, we do not mean that it will cease to be published at once. It may continue many years to survive, but its surpassing prosperity has gone. It has entered upon its period of decadence. Its history is hereafter that of a decline and fall.--New York World.

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