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The Press (NEW YORK) IFOR, 1891. DAILY. SUNDAY. WEEKLY. 6 pages. Ie. 20 pages, 4c. 8 or 10 pages, 2c. The Aggressive Eepublican Journal Of the Metrouolis A SEWSPAPEB FOB THE MASSES Founded December lst, 1887. Circulation over 100,000 copies TTtA-TT-.y The Press is the organ of no f actlon ; pulls no wires ; has no animosities to avenge. The most remarkable Newspaper Suceess in New York. The Press is a National Newspaper Cheap news, vulgar sensations and trash flnd no place in the columns of The Press. The Press has the brifjhtest Editorial page in New York. It sparkles with points. The Press Sünday Edition is a splendid tv.-enty page paper, covering every current topic of interest. ïiie Press Weekly Edition contains all the good things of the Daily and Sunday editions. For those who cannot afford the Daily or are prevented by distance from early receivng it, The Weekly is a splendid substitute. AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM , fnE Pkess has no superior in New York. THE PRESS. Within the reach of all. The best and cheapest Newspaper püblished in America. )aily and Sunday, one Tear, $5.00 ' " " " 6 months, 2.50 " " " one " 45 " only, one Tear, 3 OO " " fourmonths, 1.00 unday, one Tear, 2.00 Weekly Press, one year, 1.00 Send for The Press Circular. Samples f ree. Agents wanted everywhere. Liberal commissions. Address, THE PRESS. Potter Building, 38 Park Bow. New York. TRUCK l STORÁ&E. ' Now we are ready with a j NEWBRICKSTOREHOUSE ] for the storage of household goods, pianos, - books, stoves.etc. Moving of househeld goods and pianos careí'ully done. AU kinds of heavy andlightdraying. JFreight work. t C. E. GODFREV, Residence and office 46 Fourth Avenue North. P ("Telephone 82._ „ - n