Greater love hath no man for his favorite newspaper than this: that he lay down his extra penny for it, instead of grumbling, when the price is jumped. Last year the New York World determined to have a reading public composed only of great lovers. It jumped its price from two cents to three. And last week the World came down again to two cents. It made gestures appropriate to show that it was in no way cheapening itself. It adopted a policy, new for the World,...

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