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A Significant Showing of the Value and Im
portance of the Matter It Prints.
TO THE EDITOR OF The Tribune.
Sır: Several of the New-York City papers had special large editions on Sunday, December 12. It seems to me that it might be interesting for you to know that, in spite of these extra editions, The New-York Tribune contained again still more live and important news items than any other paper. I inclose a list of the number of clippings found for over five thousand subscribers, prominent in all walks of life: New-York Tribune
203 New-York Press New-York Times 165 New-York Sun
102 New-York Herald
136 New-York Journal New-York Herald (Brooklyn
35 edition) 14 Sunday Telegraph
25 New-York World
41 New-York, Dec. 13, 1897.
Semi-Weekly Tribune, $2 a year.
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