blishers, Clerks, Compositors, Proof-Readers, Pressmen, &c., employed on the New York Tribune.
From this Directory one may learn that the Editor of the Tribune is Horace Greeley, the Managing-Editor Charles A. Dana, the Associate-Editors, James S. Pike, William Hi. Fry, George Ripley, George M. Snow, Bayard Taylor, F. J. Ottarson, William Newman, B. Brock way, Solon Robinson, and Donald C. Henderson.
We perceive also that Mr. Ottarson is the City Editor, and that his assistants are in numbleman with the small, black, Albert moustache, who is writing at the desk over there in the corner, is the commercial editor, the writer of the money article—Mr. George M. Snow.
We should have taken him for anything but a commercial gentlemen.
Mr. Pike, the J. S. P.
of former Washington correspondence, now a writer on political subjects, is not present; nor are other members of the corps.
Between twelve and one, Mr. Greeley comes in, with his pockets full of papers, and a bundle under his