THE PRINTER ANuD PUBLISIIER
owing to a weakness of the eye. The Sun Co. has
been incorporated with $o,oo capital by the fol-
lowing: Caleb Alvord Mallory Joph Lapgford
Hayoeck, rW i h Eliaeeth Wrigley,
and Gee Weston Wrigle. Mr. Wrigley caes
with him the best wi of his brthren of the press,
and i ea he ito ial duties in excellent hands.
Goldwin Smith is contributing severl columns of
comment on current events each week under his old
pseudonym of " Bystander."
PROFITS OF THE NEW YORK PAPERS.
Newspaper circles in New York have been more
or less interested in a recent talk Mr. Pulitzer, of The
Word, gave to a London paper, in which he made
-.S\ .the slatement that most of the metropolitan papers
were in a bankrupt conditton. This statement has
E surprised some of the men on Newspaper Row,
but to the best informed it presents a confirmation
of their own opinions and views.
There is no doubt that the number of New York
, f- ' d f^Vi papers that an show a balance on the right side of
the ledger is smaller now than it has been in many
, - E« vnears before. The profitable papers in New York
are easily counted on the fingers of one hand. Even
Mr. Pulitzer's own paper is experiencing a deprecia-
W r-r- 3 mxl ronin its profit-making power. It is understood
f* .. / _/ that the Sunday edition of The World yields a large
f .G/» profit as does the evening edition; but the morning
Mb. GrORGE W.rG-eL edition is said to be sailing very close to the wind..
Foundaer an Edir of The Canada Fanrmrs Sun. Ne
THE NEW SUN.
The Canada Farmeris Sun has been changed to the Weekly Mrs. William Gossip died lately in Halifax. When child
Sun, and Mr. W. L. Smith, the experienced former editor of she was taken prisoner with her mother in the war af 1812
The Toronto News,is now in charge. Mr. George Wrigley, w while crossing the n on a British vessel. Her husband
has made e th Famer's Sun such a success and given it a published ir 18rI The Pictou Ohere and afterwards engaged
fne circulation, has temporarly withdrawn fiomnewspaper work in the publishing business in Halifax,
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