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CONTENTS. 



CATALOGUE BY STATES. 



A list, arranged alphabetically by States and Towtis, of places in the United States and 
Territories, the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland, in which Newspapers and 
other Periodicals are published, giving the population, location, prominent industries, 
etc., of such places respectively ; with descriptions— arranged, first, according to fre- 
quency of issue, and second, in alphabetical order,— of such Newspapers and other 
Periodicals, gi^-ing their names, frequency of issue, politics or general character, form, 
size, subscription price per year, year of establishment, editors' and publishers' names, 
circulations, etc. 



ALABAMA Page 37 

ARKANSAS 44 

CALIFORNIA 51 

COLORADO m 

CONNECTICUT 72 

DELAWARE 79 

DISTRICT OFCOLUMBIA 81 

FLORIDA 82 

GEORGIA 87 

ILLINOIS _ 97 

INDIANA 143 

IOWA ... 1 166 

KANSAS 199 

KENTUCKY 224 

LOUISIANA 233 

]yL4.INE 239 

MARYLAND 245 

MASSACHUSETTS 251 

MICHIGAN 275 

MINNESOTA 301 

MISSISSIPPI 316 

MISSOURI 322 

NEBRASKA 349 

NEVADA 365 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 366 

NEW JERSEY 372 

NEW YORK 384 

NORTH CAROLINA ., 445 

OHIO 453 



OREGON Page 490 

PENNSYLVANIA 494 

RHODE ISLAND 539 

SOUTH CAROLINA 542 

TENNESSEE 546 

TEXAS 555 

VERMONT 571 

VIRGINIA 575 

WEST VIRGINIA 584 

WISCONSIN 590 

ARIZONA 610 

DAKOTA 612 

IDAHO 625 

INDIAN 626 

MONTANA 6-27 

NEW MEXICO .629 

UTAH 630 

WASHINGTON 631 

WYOMING 633 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 6:34 

MANITOBA 635 

NEW BRUNSWICK 6 6 

NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES 638 

NOVA SCOTIA 638 

ONTARIO 640 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 660 

QUEBEC 660 

NEWFOUNDLAND 664 



ivr CONTENTS. 



CATALOGUE BY COUNTIES. 

A list, in alphabetical order by States and counties, showing the newspapers and peri- 
odicals, the frequency of issue and circulation ratings of such newspapers and 
periodicals published in the respective' counties mentioned Page 667 



CLASS NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue, sect or denomination 
and circulation ratings, devoted to Religion Page ',81 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue and circulation ratings, 
devoted to Agriculture, Live Stock. Poultry Raising, Fruit and Vine Culture, Flori- 
culture, Bee Culture, Dairying, Sugar Growing and Silk Culture 795 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue and circulation ratings, 
devoted to Medicine and Surgery, Dentistry, Hygiene and Pharmacy 799 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue and circulation ratings, 
issued from Educational Institutions ; devoted to Education, Penmanship and Book- 
keeping, Phonographj% and the Deaf, Dumb and Blind 803 

A ! 1st of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue and circulation i-atings, 
devoted to the Amusement and Instruction of Children and Young People 809^ 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue and circulation ratings, 
devoted to Law, Insurance, Real Estate, Immigration and Finance 311 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of Issue and circulation i-atings, 
devoted to Science, Mining, Electricity, Engineering, Art, Numismatics and Philately 815 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue and circulation ratings, 
devoted to Sporting, Music, Dancing, Drama, Fashions and Army and Navy S17 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue and circulation ratings, 
devoted to Freemasonry, Odd Fellowship, Ancient Order of United Workmen, 
Knights of Pytbias, Knights of Honor, Order of Foresters, Grand Army of the Re- 
public, Patrons of Husbandry, Railway Employees and Miscellaneous Societies S19 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue and circulation ratings, 
devoted to Temperance and Prohibition and Woman Suffrage 825 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue and circulation ratings, 
devoted to Commerce ; Architecture and Building ; Books and Newspapers ; Building 
Material ; Brewing, Bottling, Liquors and Wine ; Carpets ; Carriages ; Clothing, Fur- 
nishing Goods, Tailoring and Ladies' Wear ; Confectionery ; Crockery and Glassware ; 
Decorating and Furnishing ; Drugs ; Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Notions, Gloves and 
Silks; Exporting ; E.-cpress; Firemen; Furniture, Cabinet-Making and Undertakers' 
Goods ; Gas Light ; Gastronomy ; Groceries. Provisions and Sea Food ; Hardware aud 
House-Furnishing; Hats, Caps and Fur ; Inventions; Iron and Metals ; Jewelry aud 
Watchmaking; Leather, Boots and Shoes, Harness and Tanning; Lumber; Ma- 
chinerj'; Maritime; Millinery; Milling; Paint and Painting ; Paper; Photography; 
Plumbing and Sanitary ; Postal ; Printing, Lithography and Electrotyplng ; Rail- 
roads ; Sewing Machines ; Stationery ; Telegraph ; Textile ; Tobacco ; Wood-Workers 
and Miscellaneous Industries 825 

A list of Nevvspajiers and Periodicals, their frequency of issue and circulation ratings, 
printed wholly, or in part, in the German, French, Skandlnavian, Spanish, Bohemian, 
Hollandlsh, Polish, Danish, Welsh, Finnish, Italian, Portuguese, Hungarian, Latin 
anil Greek. Irish, Hebrew", Chinese and Cherokee languagi^s 83S 



SKETCHES. 

The New York Sun Page 815 The Cleveland Plain Dealer Page S99 

The Savannah (Ga.) News 853 : The American Rural Home 9itt 

The Albany Evening Journal 855 The London (Ontario) Advertiser 905 

The New York World 857 Chiciigo's Oldest Dally 907 



The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser 881 

Demorest's Monthly Magazine 883 

Texas SIftlngs 885 

The Omaha Bee 887 

The Toledo Blade 889 

-^ The Boston Herald 897 



The Manchester Mirror and Fanner 909 

The Kan.sas City Times 911 

The Montreal Star 915 

Geo. P. Rowell & Co ■ 917 

This Book : The American Newspaper Di- 
rectory ( 931 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ALABAMA. Page 

Anniston, Hot Blast 1:333 

Annistou, Watchman 1142 

Ashville, Southern x^iigls 1016 

Bel Green. Franklin Democrat 980 

BirmiuKham, Southern Journal of Edu- 
cation 1592 

Birmingham, Southern Mining and Man- 

uf actiu-ing Journal 1391 

Blountsville, Blount Co. News 1138 

Brewton, Escambia Times 1578 

Butler, Choctaw Herald ITIO 

Camden, Home Ruler 1014 

Clayton, Courier 1164 

Columbia, Enterprise 1620 

Columbiana, Banner of Liberty 1366 

Cross Plains, Post 1178 

Cullman, Progress 1154 

Cullman, Review and Guide i: 09 

Decatur, News 1386 

Ed wardsville, Standard 1282 

Euf aula. Mall 1735 

Eufaula, Times 1701 

Eutaw, Mirror 1532 

Eutaw, Whig and Observer 1290 

Hayneville, Examiner 1586 

Hayneville, Times 1413 

Huntsville, Alabama Teachers' Journal.. 992 

Huntsville, Gazette 1236 

Huntsville, Mercury 978 

Jasper, True Citizen 1170 

Lively, Alabama Free Press 1298 

Livingston, Jom-nal 1156 

Marion, Standard 1018 

Mobile, Monitor 1589 

Montgomery, Southern Agriculturist 1780 

Notasulga, Universalist Herald 1560 

Oxford, News 1640 

Prattville, Southern Signal 1402 

Hoanoke, Randolph Co. News 1599 

Rutledge, Enterprise 1588 

Scottsboro, Citizen 1160 

Selma, Evening Mail 1234 

Selma, Morning Times 1687 

Somerville, Morgan Co. News 11.54 

Springville, Mail 1320 

Talladega, Our Mountain Home 1556 

Troy, Messenger 1017 

Tuscumbia, North Alabamian 1498 

Tuskaloosa, Gazette 1438 

Tuskaloosa, Times 1108 

Tuskegee, Gazette »1451 

Tuskegee, News 116'l 

Vernon, Lamar News 1376 

ARKANSAS. 

Altus, Albion 978 

Argenta, Incident 1687 

Atkins. Pope Co. Reflector 1116 

Batesville, Guard 1036 

Batesville, North Arkansas Pilot 15S6 

Beebe, Arkansaw Hub 1572 

Benton, Saline Courier 1566 

Bentonvllle, Benton Co. Democrat 1374 

Benton ville, Benton Co. Joiu-nal 1032 

Berry ville, Carroll Progress 1018 

Boonville, Enterprise 1022 

Brinkley, Argus 1613 

•Centre Point, Tocsin 1158 

Clarksville, Arkansaw Economist 1300 

Clarksville, Herald 1684 

Conway, Log Cabin 1782 

Des Arc, Citizen 1620 

De Witt, Gazette 1054 

Eureka Springs, Echo 1618 

Eureka Spi-ings, Times 1718 

Evening Shade, Sharp Co. Record 1431 

Payettevllle, Arkansas Sentinel 1035 

Fordyce, Enterprise 1362 

T'ort Smith, Elevator 1360 

Eort Smith, Tribune 1333 

'Franklin, Tidings 1445 



ARKANSAS. Pfxge 

Gainesville, Greene Co. Events 1536 

Gurdon, Advocate 1588 

Hamburgh. News 17S6 

Harrison, Times 956 

Helena, Golden Epoch 1650 

Helena, Southern Pati'iot 1239 

Helena, World 1046 

Hot Springs. Sentinel 1154 

Huntsville, Madison Co. Democrat 1686 

Judsonia, Advance 1136 

Kingsland, Keeker 1574 

Little Rock, Arkansas Gazette 1431 

Little Rock, Arkansas Mansion 1588 

Little Rock, Arkansas Methodist 1450 

Little Rock, Arkansas Teacher 1154 

Little Rock, Deaf Mute Optic 1116 

Little Rock, Rural and Workman 1074 

Little Rock, Southern Rising Wave of 

Temperance and Prohibition 1508 

Little Rock, Sun 1392 

Magnolia, Columbia Banner 1640 

ftlalvern, Arkansas Meteor 1046 

Malvern, News 1778 

Monticello, Monticellonian 1682 

Morrillton. Star 1572 

-Vlountain Home, Baxter Co. Citizen 1094 

Mountain View, Expositor 1640 

Newport. News 1014 

Osceola, Times 958 

Oxford, New Magnet 1518 

Pine Bluff, Press Eagle 1756 

Pocahontas, Randolph Herald 1013 

Prescott, Nevada Picayune 1146 

Rector, Advocate 1171 

Rogers, New Era 1638 

Russellville, Democrat 1160 

Searcy, Arkansas Beacon — 1609 

Searcy, State Wheel-Enterprise 1169 

Sheridan, Headlight 1016 

SUoam Springs, Arkansas Herald 1804 

Star City, Lincoln Lance 1368 

Vanndaie, Cross Co. Chronicle 1631 

Walnut Ridge, Lawrence Co. Democrat. . 1068 
West Fork, Republican 1784 

CALIFORNIA. 

Alameda, Encinal 1682 

Angel's Camp. Mountain Echo 1154 

Auburn, Placer Argus 1491 

Auburn . Placer Herald 1032 

Bakersfield, Kern Co. Californian 1730 

Benicia. New Era 944 

Bieber, Mountain Tribune 1326 

Bishop Creek, Inyo Register 1290 

Bodie, Evening Miner 963 

Bridgeport, Chronicle-Union 132() 

Calico, Print 952 

Calistoga, Independent Calistogian 1032 

Chico, Butte Record 1766 

Chico, Eziterprlse .1757 

Cloverdale, Reveille 978 

College Citv, .News 1442 

Colton, Semi-Tropic 1793 

Crescent City, Del Norte Record 1738 

Daggett, Calico Print 952 

Dixon. Tribune 1154 

Downieville, Mountain Messenger 1734 

Elsinore. News 1442 

Eureka, Humboldt Standard 1756 

Fresno, Republican 1160 

Gait, Gazette 1050 

Gilroy, Valley Record 12.S2 

Greenville, Bulletin 1171 

Healdsbui-g, Russian River Flag 1205 

Independence, Invo Independent 1181 

lone, lone Valley Echo 1380 

Irving, Alameda Co. Reporter 1572 

Jackson, Amador Dispatch 1736 

Lakeport, Democrat 958 

Lakeport. Lake County Journal 1740 

Livermore, Herald. .' 1614 



VI 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CALIFORNIA. Page 

Los Angeles, Censor iri62 

Los .^ngeles, La Cronica 1606 

Los Angeles, Sued California Post 968 

Los Angeles, Times 1347 

Los Aageles. Trade Journal 1514 

Los Gatos, Mail lf.95 

Lower Lake, Bujletin 976 

Mariposa, Gazette 1158 

Mariposa, Herald : . ISOO 

Markleeville, Alpine Argus 1374 

Martinez, Contra Costa Argus 1302 

Marysville, Appeal 1073 

Modesto, Evening News 1676 

3Iodesto, Herald 1734 

Modesto, Republican 1790 

Mokelumne Hill, Calaveras Chronicle. . . 1160 

Murrietta, Era. loOS 

Napa, Journal 1693 

National City. Record 1020 

Oakland, Times 1708 

Oakland, West Oakland Sentinel 1716 

Outai-io. Record 1518 

Oroville. Mercurv 1312 

Oroville, Register 1684 

Petaluma, Argus 1608 

Placerville, El Dorado Co. Republican. . . 95s 

Placerville, Mountain Democrat 1614 

Pleasanton, Star 1796 

Pomona, Progress 1267 

Redding, Independent , 1170 

Redwood City. Times and Gazette. 1098 

Riverside, Vallej' Echo 14;35 

St. Helena, Star 1032 

Salinas, Monterey Democrat 1682 

San Andreas, Calaveras Prospect. 1788 

San Bernardino, Evening Index. .... . .940-1797 

San Bernardino, Times 967 

San Buenaventura, Ventura Free Press. . 1554 

San Buenaventura, Ventura Signal 1404 

San Diego, Union 1255 

San Francisco, Alta California 1089 

San Francisco, A Voz Portugueza 1349 

San Francisco. California Architect and 

Building News 1.350 

San Francisco, California Demokrat 1470 

San Francisco, California Herald 1454 

San Francisco, California Homoeopath.. . 1352 
San Francisco, California Patron and 

Agriculturist 1460 

San Francisco, Child and State 1786 

San Francisco, Commercial Herald and 

Market Review 1371 

San Francisco, Elevator 1784 

San Francisco, Evening Post 1121 

San Francisco, Golden Era 1808 

San Francisco, Golden Gate 1.388 

San Francisco, Hebrew Observer 1629 

San Francisco, Herald of Trade 1107 

San Francisco, Hotel Gazette 1352 

San Francisco, Jewish Times 1094 

San Francisco, Journal of Commerce 1371 

San Francisco, La Sociedad 1744 

San Francisco, La Voce Del Popolo 1074 

San Francisco, Le Petit Journal 1177 

San Francisco, Mirror 1745 

San Francisco. Mission Journal 1175 

San Francisco, Music and Drama 1678 

San Francisco, O Progresso Californiense 9.50 

San Francisco, Pacific Catholic 144 1 

San Francisco, Pacific Pilote 1660 

San Francisco, Pacific States Watchman. 1033 

San Francisco, Political Record 1094 

San Francisco. Puljlic Opinion ' 1464 

San Francisco, Ranch, Field and. Fireside 1746 

San Francisco, Repcn-t 1((74 

San Francisco, Star 1088 

San Francisco, Wasp 1.577-1639 

San Francisco, West End 944 

San Fi-ancisco, Wood and Iron 10S6 

San Jose, Herald 1719 

San lAiis Obispo, Republic 1780 

San Luis Obispo, Tribune 1410 

San Rafael, Marin Co. Journal 1798 

Santa Barbara, Independent 1013 

Santa Barbara, Press 1781 

Santa Clara, Journal 1612 

Santa Cruz, Courier-Item 1612 

Santa Ro.sa, Democrat 971 

Santa Rosa, Sonoma Co. Journal 1428 

Sausalito. News 965 

Sonora, Union Democrat 95(t 

Stockton, Commercial Record 1792 

Stockton, Democrat 1791 



CALIFORNIA. Page 

Susanville, Lassen Advocate 1507 

Tulare City, Tulare Register 1686 

Ukiah, Dispatch and Democrat 1012 

Ukiah, Press • . . 1178 

Vacaville, Judicion , 1392 

Vallejo, Evening Chronicle 1783 

Vallejb, Solano Times 1803 

Visalia, Delta UM 

Visalia, Tulare Co. Times 1164 

Watsonville, Pajaronian 956 

Watsonville. Transcript 1680 

Winters, Express 1792 

Yreka, Journal 954 

Yreka, Union 954 

COLORADO. 

Aspen, Press 1803 

Aspen, Times 1805 

Boulder, Boulder Co. Herald 1790 

Breckenridge, Journal • 1783 

Buena Vista, Chaffee Co. Times 1554 

Buena Vista, Democrat 1616 

Canon City, Reporter 1782 

Central City, Register-Call 1743 

Colorado Springs, Deaf Mute Index 1498 

Colorado Springs, Hour 1358 

Crested Butte, Gazette 1074 

Del Norte, San Juan Prospector 1710 

Delta, Delta ( o. Advertiser 1554 

Denver, Colorado Journal 955 

Denver, Medical Times 1337 

Denver, Rocky Mountain Celt 1068 

Denver, Rocky Mountain Herald 1776 

Denver. Rocky Mountain News 1162 

Denver, Sun 1430 

Denver, Western Traile Review 1627 

Denver Junction, Gazette 1.574 

Durango, Herald 1802 

Durango, Idea 1444 

Erie, Erie Canfleld Independent 1348 

Evans. Journal 1016 

Fort Morgan, Times 1168 

Georgetown, Colorado Miner 1 716 

Golden. Colorado Transci'ipt 1612 

Gothic, Silver Record 1322 

Grand Junction, Mesa Co. Democrat 1326 

Greeley, Sun 1656 

Greeley, Tribune lllS 

Gunnison, Review Press 1428 

Leadville, Chronicle 1025 

Longmont, Press 1178 

Pueblo (South Pueblo), Double Header. . . 978 

Pueblo (South Pueblo), Evening Star 951 

Rico, Dolores News 1160 

Rico, Record 1154 

Rosita, Index 1766 

Saguache, Chronicle 956 

Saguache, Democrat 1428 

Salida, News 1693 

South Pueblo, Sunday Opinion 1009 

Walsenburg, Huerfano Cactus 1156 

White Pine, Cone 1450 

CONNECTICUT. 

Birmingham, Derby Transcript 1480 

Danbury, Democrat 1538 

Deep River, New Era 1054 

East Hartford, Gazette 972 

Greenwich, (xraphic 151? 

Hartford, Censor 1444 

Hartford, Christian Secretary 940 

Hartford, Connecticut Catholic 9.55 

Hartford, Connecticut Farmer 1470 

Hartford. Globe 1158 

Hartford, Journal of Inebriety 1154 

Hartford, Southwestern Pioneer 14.58 

Hartford, Telegram 1176 

Meriden, Republican 1 1 78 

Middletown, Constitution 1472 

Middletown, Herald 1432 

Naugatuck, Agitator 999 

Naugatuck, Review 1466 

New Haven. Connecticut Botschafter — 1656 
New Haven, Connecticut Herald and 

Journal 1-01 

New Haven, Loomis' Musical and Masonic 

Journal 1 US 

New Haven, Morning Journal and Cour- 
ier 12U1 

New Haven, Morning News ^ 1316 

New Haven, New England Railway 

Guide 1168 

New Haven, Shore Line Times 1468 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



VII 



CONNECTICUT. 



Page 



New Loudon, Day 

New London. Morning Telegraph 

New London , Week 

North Manchester, Manchester Saturday- 
Herald 

Norwich, Cooley's Weekly 

Nox'wlch, People's Gazette 

Plainfleld, Home Friend 

Portland, Middlesex Co. Record 

Putnam, Patriot 

Putnam, Windham Co. Standard 

Rockville. Journal 

Rockville, Tolland Co. Leader 

Seymour, Record 

Seymour, Times 

South Norwalk, Sentinel 

Southport, Church Record 

Southport, Fairfield Advertiser 

Stamford, Herald 

Stamford, Saturday News 

Stonington, Mirror 

Thomaston, Express 

Torrington, Register : 

Waterbury, Republican. : 

Waterburv, Sunday Democrat 

West Winsted. Winsted Herald 

Willimantic, Clu'onicle 

Willington, Home Messenger 

Woodbury, Reporter 

DELAWARE. 

Dover, Delaware Farm and Home 

Georgetown, Sussex Journal 

Harrington, Enterprise 

Middletown, Transcript 

Milford, Chronicle 

New Castle, Star. 

Smyrna, Times 

Wilmington, Every Evening and Com- 
mercial 

Wilmington, Freie Presse 

Wilmington, Morning News 

Wilmington, Peninsula Methodist. .' 

Wilmington, Ploughshare 

Wilmington, Republican 

Wilmington, Sunday Morning Star 

Wilmington, Wilmingtonian 



1694 
1394 
1694 

1796 
1086 
1732 
1442 
1440 
1476 

9es 

1646 
1488 
1530 
1613 
1600 
1378 
1644 
1542 
1400 
976 
1360 
1524 
1703 
1560 
1648 
151)8 
1690 
1512 



1436 
1054 
1586 
1780 
1452 
1468 
1629 

1418 
1146 
1286 
1654 
1246 
1710 
1359 
1041 



FLORIDA. Page 

Macclenny, Baker Co. Star 1^6& 

Maitland, Courier 1380 

Marianna, Jackson Co, Times 1740 

Monticello, Constitution 1612 

Ocala, Banner 1656 

Pensacola, Advance Gazette 1050 

Pensacola, Commercial v 59* 

Pensacola, Pensacolian 95(> 

Pine Level, Times l-'iSS 

Quincy, Herald 1180 

Sanford, Journal 1487 

Sanford, South Florida Argus 1736 

Starke, Florida Telegraph 1498 

Sumterville, Times 102S 

Tallahassee, Floridian 1644 

Tampa, Guardian 1792 

Tavares. Herald 1642 

Titusville, Florida Star 1402 

Waldo, Advertiser 1170 

Wild Wood, Orange-Leaf 1184 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Journal . , 
Washington, 
Washington, 



American Protestant 

Bee, 

Courier 

Craftsman 

Critic 

Der Volks-Tribun 

Evening Star 

Health and Home 

Law Reporter 

National Republican 

National Tribune 

National View 

People's Advocate 

Railroad and Steamship 



Reporter. 
Republic. 



1271 
1512 
1132 
1216 
1466 
1054 
1321 
1659 
1294 

953 
1346 

941 
1651 

1351 
1154 
115S 



FLORIDA. 



• Apopka, Citizen 1706 

Bartow, Informant 1612 

Bronson, Levy Co. Times 1 1 'v ^ 

Callahan, Florida Record 1354 

Cedar Keys. Florida State Journal 952 

Clear Water Harbor, West Hillsborough 

Times 1162 

De Funiak Springs, Walton Signal 1647 

De Land, Florida Agi-iculturist 1042 

De Leon Springs, Courier 1449 

Eustis, Eustis Lake Region 1656 

Fernandina, Florida Mirror 983 

Fort Meade, Pioneer 1760 

Fort Myers, Press 1372-1735 

Green Cove Springs, Spring 1494 

Jacksonville, Florida Times-Union 1126 

Jacksonville, Industrial Recorder 1802 

Jacksonville, People's Journal 1099 

Key West, Democrat 1494 

Key West, Equator 945 

Lake Butler. Bradford Co. Times 1216 

Lakeland , News 1498 

Live Oak, Florida Baptist 952 

Live Oak, Florida Intelligencer 1264 

Liverpool, Orange Grove 1173 



GEORGIA. 

Acworth. News and Farmer 

Albany, News and Advertiser 

Ameri'cus, Recorder 

Americus, Sumter Republican 

Atlanta, Christian Herald 

Atlanta, Christian Index 

Atlanta, Constitution 

Atlanta, Defiance - 

Atlanta, Journal 

Atlanta, Light for Thinkers 

Atlanta, Mail 

Atlanta, Medical and Surgical Journal... 

Atlan' a, National 

Atlanta, New Working World 

Atlanta, Southern Cultivator and Dixie 

Parmer 

Atlanta, Southern Industrial Railroad 

Record 

Atlanta, Southern Medical Record 

Atlanta, Sunny South 

Augusta, Chronicle 

Augusta, Evening News 

Augusta, Sentinel . . 

Barnesville, Orthodox Democrat 

Baxley. Banner 

Blakely, Early Co. News 98S 

Brunswick, Breeze ; 

Buchanan, Haralson Co. Banner 

Calhoun, Times 

Camilla, South Georgia Clarion 

Carnesville, Franklin Co. Register 

Cartersville, American 

Cave Spring. Congregational Methodist. . 

Columbus, Enquirer Sun 

Covington, Georgia Enterprise 

Crawfordville, Democrat 

Cumming, Clarion -. 

Cuthbert, Enterprise and Appeal 

Dahlonega, Signal 

Dallas, New Era 

Dalton, Argus 

Dalton, Music Teacher 

Dalton, North Georgia Citizen 

Danielsville. Monitor 

Dawson, Appeal 

Dawson, Jouimal 

Dawsonville, News 

Decatur, De Kalb Chronicle 

Dublin, Gazette *. 

Dublin, Post 

East Point. Plowboy 

Elberton, Gazette 

Elberton, Leader 

EUaville, Schley Co. Enterpiise 

Ellijay, Courier 

Excelsior, Pioneer and Eagle 

Fort Gaines, Advertiser 

Fort Gaines, Tribune 

Fort Valley, Mirror 

Franklin, News 

Greensboro, Georgia Home Journal 

Greensboro, Herald 

Griffin, News 

Guyton, Chronicle 

Hamilton, Journal 

Harmony Grove, Signal 

Hartwell, Sun 

Hawkins-ville, News 

Irwinton, Southerner and Appeal 

Jackson, Middle Georgia Argus 

Jefferson, Jackson Herald 



1214 
1808 
951 
1120 
1468 
1128 
1161 
1354 
1140 
1102 
1783 
133& 
1527 
1381 

1531 

1075 
1430 
1416 
1139 
1208 
1746 
1447 
1498 
-1592 
1009' 
1112 

978 
1618 
1426 
1210 
1194 
1675' 
1494 
1442 
1594 
1682 
1582 

980 
1516 
1197 
1500 
1192 
1264 
1222 
1166 
1498 
1280 
1082 
1512 
1620 
1331 
1020 
1144 
1028 
1554 

996 
1620 
1652 
1680 
1136 
1759 

983 
1634 
1276, 
1290 

956 
1012 
1402 
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VIU 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEORGIA. Page 

Jonesboi'o, News 1184 

Lagrange, Reporter 1496 

Lawrenceville, Gwinnett Herald I'wS 

Leary, Calhoun Co. Courier 138.5 

Lexington, Oglethorpe Echo 1548 

Louisville, News and Farmer 99S 

Macon, Central City Clipper 1492 

Marietta, Phoenix Agriculturist 1066 

Milledgeville, Chronicle 1438 

Milledge ville, Union and Recorder. . . , 1588 

Monroe, Walton News 1310 

Monticello. Jasper Co. News 1290 

Newuan, Coweta Advertiser 1197 

Newnan, Herald 1476 

Perry, Home Journal 1488 

Rome, Bulletin 1657 

Rome, Courier 1381 

Savannah, Local 1248 

Savannah, Morning News 1043 

Savannah, Mystic Brotherhood 1198 

Savannah, Phoenix 1174 

Savannah, Times 1547 

Smitli ville. Enterprise 1244 

Sparta, Ishmaelite 1528 

Summerville, Gazette 9.50 

Sylvauia, Telephone 1188 

Thomaston, Middle Georgia Times 1636 

Toccoa, News 9'i6 

Trenton, Dade Co. Times 1216 

Warrenton, Clipper 1532 

Way Cross, Headlight 1496 

Way Cross, Reporter 1612 

ILLINOIS. 

Abingdon, Enterprise 1070 

Albion, Journal 1634 

Altamont, News 1164 

Alton, Democrat 1011 

Alton, Telegraph 1250 

Altona, Journal 1244 

Amboy, News 1?;02 

Ancona. Advocate 1410 

Anna, Talk 1582 

Areola, Golden Age 12.36 

Areola, Reporter 1300 

Arrowsmlth, News 980 

Astoria, Argvis 1550 

Aurora, News 1514 

Bandow, Reporter lasi 

Batchtown, Calhoun Pilot 1^05 

Beardstown, Cass Co. Democrat 1779 

Beard stown. Enterprise 1108 

Beardstown, Illlnoian 1552 

Beecher, Volkstalatt 1 188 

Belleville, Belleviller Post 1276 

Belleville, Belleviller Zeitung Und Stern. 1.562 

Belleville, News Democrat 1741 

Belvidere, North-Western 1656 

Blggsville, Clipper 1612 

Bloomington, Journal 1188 

Bloomington, Leader 1481 

Bloomington, McLean Co. Deutsche 

Presse 1454 

Bloomington, Sons of Veterans Advo- 
cate 1266 

Blue Island, Standard 11.54 

Blue Mound. Cvclone 1376 

Bradford, Independent 1698 

Brighton, News 1376 

Buda. Bureau Co. Times 1244 

Bu.shnell, Record 1&12 

Byron, Express; 1180 

Cairo, Bulletin 1801 

Capron. Herald ; 1394 

Carml, Courier 16;S6 

Carrollton, Patriot 1.5:^» 

Casey, Acorn 1096 

Casey, Banner 1,520 

Centralia, Democrat 16:^ 

Centralia, Union 1734 

Cerro Gordo, New Era 952 

Champaign, Si^-nal 14.5S 

Chandlerville. Sangamon Valley Times.. 1.582 

Charleston, Plaindealer 172i) 

Chatsworth, Plaindealer 1730 

Chicago. Alarm 1468 

Chicago, American Antiquarian 1032 

Chicago, American Artisan and Tinner 

' and House furnisher 1553 

Chicago, American Building Assuciation 

News 1082 

Chicago, American Garden 1737 

Chicago, American Jeweler 1049 



ILLINOIS. Page 

Chicago, American Lithographer and 

Printer lill 

Chicago, American Liveryman and 

Horse-Owner 1029—1218 

Chicago, American Poultr.v Journal 1743 

Chicago, American Sheep Breeder and 

Wool-Grower 1115 

Chicaeo Amerika 1311 

Chicago Brainard's Musical World 1408 j 

Chicago. Brown and Holland Short Hand 

News 1046 

Chicago, Business 1382 

Chicago, Canadian American 1176 

Chicago, Carr iag e Journal 1584 

Chicago, Catholic Home 1267 

Chicago, Champion of Freedom and 

Right 1041 

Chicago, Chicagoer Arbeiter Zeitung 1473 

Chicago, Chicagoer Freie Presse 1752 

Chicago, Chronicle 1134 

Chicago, Chm*ch Progress 1788 

Chicago, Citizen 1080 

Chicago, Comrade 963 

Chicago, Confectioner and Baker 1062 

Chicago, Conservator 1054 

Chicago, Correspondence University 

Journal 1034 

Chicago, Daii-y World 1063 

Chicago, De Nederlander 1033 

Chicago, Der Beobachter 1184 

Chicago, Der Bote Bethesda's 1748 

Chicago, Deutsche Post 1.358 

Chicago, Elite News 1 451 

Chicago, Evening Journal 1065 

Chicago, Evening Mail I(i57 

Chicago, Expressman 1603 

Chicago, Farmers' Review 1056 

Chicago, Fifth Ward Vindicator 1304 

Chicago, Fire and Hammer 1444 

Chicago, Forester 1458 

Chicago, Friends' Bible School Quarterly 983 

Chicago, Friheds Vennen 1426 

Chicago, Gazeta Polska 1045 

Chicago, Grocer 1575 

Chicago, Grocer and Marketman 1060 

Chicago, Harugari Ordens-Blatt 1497 

Chicago, Herald 1156 

Chicago, Hog 987 

Chicago, Hotel World 1096 

Chicago, Humane Journal 1052 

Chicago, Illustreret Ugeblad 1631 

Chicago, Industrial World and Iron 

Worker 1053 

Chicago, Insurance Critic 1145 

Chicago, Jewish Occident 1063 

Chicago, Journal of Commerce 1187 

Chicago, Lake View Telephone 1130 

Chicago, Lake Vindicator and Cook Co. 

Subui'ban News 1:304 

Chicago, Ledger 1383 

Chicago, Legal Adviser 1 34 

Chicago, Legal News 11.52 

Chicago, Live Stock and Dairy Review.. . 992 

Chicago, Lover's Gazette 1 192 

Chicago, Luml)er Trade Journal 1129 

Chicago, Medical Era . . 1224 

Chicago, Medical Times 14-0 

Chicago, Mental Science Magazine and 

Mind Cure Journal 1272 

Chicago, Metallurgist and National Jew- 
eller 1225 

Chicago, Miller 1494 

Chicago, Mining Review 10.54 

Chicago, Mirror of American Sports 1797 

Chicago, National Book Binder 1444 

Chicago, National Exchange Bulletin 1162 

Chicago, National Hotel Reporter 1745 

Chicago, National Laundry Journal..l035-lU5S 
Chicago, National Steamship and Rail- 
way Gazette 1199 

Chicago, National Tobacco Review 1673 

Chicago, New Church Indei)endent and 

Review 1404 

Chicago, Paint, Oil and Drug Review 1627 

Chicago, Photographic Beacon 149ii 

Chicago, Photographic Eye and the Eye. 179o 

Chicago, Pictorial West 1501 

Chicago, Piattdeutsche Zeitung 1192 

Chicago, Poultry Raiser 1584 

Chicago, Purchaser 13.38 

Chicago, Railway Advance 1370 

Chicago, Railway Age 1239 

Chicago, Railwaj' Conductors' Monthly.. 1164 



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ILLINOIS. Page 

Chicago, Railway News 1645 

Chicago, Rambler 1463 

Chicago, Real Estate and Building Jour- 
nal 1073 

Chicago, Sandebudet ri31 

Chicago, Sanitary News 1056 

Chicago, Saturday Evening Post and Re- 
porter H41 

Chicago, Scandinavia 1557 

Chicago, Shoe and Leather Review 14^7 

Chicago, Spectator 1(305 

Chicago, Sporting and Theatrical Jour- 
nal 1393 

Chicago, Stationary Engineer. . . : 15-21 

Chicago, Sun 1269 

Chicago, Sunset Cliinies l"2l)0 

Chicago, Times 1147 

Chicago, United States Medical Investi- 
gator 14T6 

Chicago, Watchmaker and Metal Worker 1397 

Chicago, Welcome Guest 1403 

Chicago, Western Broker and Price-List. 1351 

Chicago, Western Catholic 1491 

Chicago, Western Fireman 11S5 

Chicago, Wiiolesale Dry Goods Price- 
List 1477 

Chicago, Winslow's Monthly 1215 

Chicago, Woman's World 996 

Chicago, Yenowine's Sunday News 1401 

Chicago, Zum Feierabend 1657 

Chillicothe, Bulletin 145U 

Cicero, Vindicator i:-!04 

Clinton, Public 154S 

Clinton, Register 1532 

Cobden, Fruit Growers' Journal 1310 

Colchester, Independent 1 1 96 

Cowdeu, Enterprise 15Si) 

Dallas City. News 1802 

Danvers, Dispatch 177h 

Danville, Commercial 1629 

Danville, Leader 1434-1652 

Decatur, Labor Bulletin 1651 

Decatur, Our Country and Village 

Schools 1732 

Decatur, Republican 1724 

Decatur, State Sentinel 1460-1658 

Delavan, Times 1045 

Downer's Grove, Reporter 1223 

Du Quoin, Press and Mining News 98 s 

Du Quoin, Tribune 1009 

Durand, Argus 1527 

Durand, E E, Pettengill Newspaper Co., 

(State Lists) 981 

East St. Louis, Gazette 1398 

East St. Louis, Herald 1744 

East St. Louis, Signal 1646 

Edwardsville, Republican 960 

Effingham, Educator 1264 

Effingham, Volksblatt 990 

Elgin, Deutsche Zeitung 1196 

Elgin, Every Saturday 1274 

Elmhurst, Eagle 122:3 

Englewood, Town of Lake Eye 1488 

Equality, Herald 1653 

Erie, Independent 1704 

Eureka, Journal 1766 

Fairfield, Wayne Co. Press 16:34 

Fairvlew, Bee 994 

Farmington, Home Visitor 1554 

Flora, Journal 1652 

Forrest, Rambler 1302 

Freeport, Banner 1198 

Freeport, Bulletin 1430 

Freeport, Democrat 1248 

Freeport, Deutscher Anzeiger 156^ 

Fulton, Star 1012 

Galena, Gazette 1090 

Galena, Volksf reund 978 

Galesburg, Republican Regi-ster 1.563 

Geneseo, Normal Worker 1202 

Geneva, Patrol 1110 

Genoa, Issue 1556 

Gibson City, Gibson Courier 1537 

Gillespie, Banner 1 196 

Oilman, Star, 993 

Golconda, Herald 1086 

Grafton, News 952 

Oreenville, Advocate 16.52 

Griggsville, Independent Press 1174 

Harrisburg, Chronicle 1530 

Havana, Mason Co. Republican 1022 

Hennepin, Putnam Record 1588 

Hinsdale, Record 1223 



ILLINOIS. Page 

Hoopeston, Journal 998 

Illiopolis, Gplden Age 12:36 

Jacksonville, College Rambler 1520 

Jacksonville, Deaf -Mute Advance 1376 

Jack.son ville. Journal 1479 

Jerseyville, Republican-Examiner 1634 

Joliet, Republic and Sun 1118 

Jollet, Signal 1516 

Joliet, Wochenblatt Fuer Noi'd Illinois. . 1.5S6 

Kankakee, Times 10:39 

Kankakee, Truth Journal 1013 

Keithsburg, Times 1642 

Kewanee, Courier 1.378 

Kinmundy, Express 1092 

Knoxville, Knox Co. Republican 996 

Lacon, Mar.«hall Co. Democrat 10:37 

Lake View, Der Bote Bethesda's 1748 

Lanai'k, Millenarian and Temperance 

Banner 1022 

Leland, Express 1506 

Lemont, Cook Co. Democrat 1293 

Lewiston, Fulton Co. School Journal 1492 

Liberty ville. Lake Co. Times 1355 

Lincoln, Logan Co. Volksblatt 948 

Lincoln. Times 1526 

Litchfield, Advocate 1682 

Litchfield, Monitor : 1602 

Lockport, Phcienix 1372 

Louisville, Ledger 10:32 

Mahomet, Sucker State 1418 

Manchester. Scott Co. Arrow 1493 

Mansfield, Express 1452 

Marseilles, Register 1448 

Marshall, Church Progress 1002 

Marshall, Clark Co. Herald 1648 

Marshall, Eastern Illinoisan 1668 

Mascoutah, Herald 1360-1602 

Mattoon, Commercial 1605 

Mattoon, Gazette 1602 

May wood. Gazette 1223 

Metropolis, Massac Journal 1492 

Mlnonk, News 1296 

Moline, Covenant 1712 

Moline, Evening Dispatch 1475 

Monmouth, Review 1372 

Monmouth, School Chronicle 1651 

]»[onticello, Piatt Co. School Journal 1436 

Morgan Park, Old Testament Student... 1264 

Mori'is, News 1.741 

Morrisonville, Times 986 

Mount Carroll, Carroll Co. Herald 1642 

Mount Carroll, Carroll Co. Mirror 1402 

Mount Carroll, Oread 1188 

Mount Morris. Ogle Co. Democrat 1490 

Mount Pulaski, Republican 1185 

Moweaqua, Mail 1206 

Murphysboro, Independent 1536 

Murphysboro, Jackson Co. Era 12.33 

Newton, Mentor 1354 

New Windsor, Gazette 1110 

Normal, Illinois School Journal 1402 

Oakland, Ledger 1255 

Odin, Journal 1580 

Onarga, Central Illinois Review 1604 

Ottawa, Free Trader 1544 

Ottawa, La Salle Co. Hei-old 1101 

Paris, Anchor and Shield 1290 

Paris, Beacon 1412 

Paris, Gazette 1004 

Paris. Times 1260 

Paw Paw, Lee Co. Times 1548 

Payson, Adams Co. News and Central 

Recorder 1454 

Pekin, Evening Post 1706 

Pekin, Pekiner Freie Presse 16:36 

Pekin, Times 1110 

Peoria, Freeman 1573 

Peoria, Journal 1395 

Peoi'ia, Transcript 1104 

Petersburg, Democrat 1644 

Plymouth. Enterprise 1700 

Pontiac, Sentinel 1654 

Port Byron, Globe ]7;3i» 

Princeton, Bureau Co. Tribune 1198 

Quiucy, Medical Call 1596 

Quincy, Quincyer Teutonia 1450 

Quincy, Whig 1005 

Richmond, Gazette 1641 

River Forest, State Grange News 1546 

Rockford, Allehanda 1093 

Rockford, Gazette 1729 

Rockford, Germania 1764 

Rockford, Register 1691 



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ILLINOIS. Page 

Rock Island, Argus 1511 

Rock Island, Rock Islander 13()0 

Rock Island, Union 1"49 

Roodhouse, Evening Eye 9(57 

Roseville, Times 149ii 

Rossville, Press 1174 

Rushville, Times I»i5(5 

St. Anne, Enterprise 1598 

St. Charles, Valley Chronicle 1130 

Salem, Mai'ion Co. Republican Iti56 

Sandoval, Era 1200 

Savanna, Carroll Co. Journal 1523 

Savanna, Times 1499 

Shelby ville. Our Best Words 129(3 

Shelby ville. Union 954 

Sparta. Plaindealer 149G 

Springfield, Old Settlers' Telephone 1092 

Springfield, Saturday Mirror 1044 

Spring Valley, Gazette 1558 

Staunton, Times 1188 

Sterling. Beobachter 1604 

Sterling, Evening Gazette 1146 

Sterling. Standard 1664 

Streator, Free Press 1575 

Sullivan, News 1546 

Sullivan, Progress 1754 

Sycamore, True Republican 1132 

Tolono, Herald 1.516 

Toulon, Stark Co. News 15 6 

Troy, Record 1216 

Turner, Du Page Co. Independent 1094 

Turner, News 1223 

Tuscola, Douglas Co. Review 1612 

Tuscola, Saturday Journal 16^0 

Urbana, Champaign Co. Herald 136n 

Vandalia, Union 16U4 

Walnut, Motor 1372 

Warren, Sentinel 1.55U 

Warsaw, Bulletin 1124 

Watseka, Republican 1013 

Wenona, Gazette 1 146 

Westfield, Gazette 17(i8 

Wheaton, lUinoian 1223 

White Hall, Republican 1493 

Williamsville, Gazette 1664 

Winchester, Times 1534 

Windsor, Gazette . 1676 

Woodstock, Advocate 12ui 

Woodstock, McHenry Co. Democrat 1552 

INDIANA. 

Alexandria, Times 1735 

Ambia, News 1798 

Anderson, Herald 1.544 

Anderson, Review-Democrat 15^4 

Arcadia, Arcadian 1708 

Bedford, Democrat 1200 

Berne, Christlicher Bundesbote 1546 

Bloomfield, News 1024 

Bluffton, Chronicle KXiG 

Bluff ton, Wells Co. Times 1708 

Boyleston, American Agent 1044 

Brazil, Clay Co. Enterprise 1550 

Brazil. Register 1452 

Bremen, Banner 1218 

Bremen, Enquii'er : 1362 

Brownstown, Banner 1^56 

Bunker Hill, Press 1590 

Butler, Record 1694 

Charleston, Clark Co. Record 1 196 

Columbia City. Commercial 16i2 

Connersville. Times 15.52 

Corydon, Democrat '. 1772 

Crawfordsville, Argus-News 999 

Crawfordsville, Saturday Evening Jour 

nal 1566 

Crawfordsville, Star 152S 

Crown Point, Register 995 

Dana, News 131ii 

Danville, Hendricks Co. Gazette 1610 

Decatur, Democrat 1040 

Denver, Sun 1604 

Elkhart, Independent 17(iii 

Elkhart, Sentinel 1.5+1 

Evansville, Argus 17iiS 

Evansville, Courier 1021 

Evansville, Demokrat 1298 

Evansville, Die Indiana Post 1698 

Evansville, Public 152s 

Fairmount, Child's Golden Voice 1.5s2 

Fairmount, News 159^) 

Portville, Sun 942 

Fort Wavne, Dispatch 968 



INDIANA. Page 

Fort Wavne, Methodist Pulpit and Pew. . 1418 

Fort Wayne, People 1400 

Fort Wayne, Sentinel 1755 

Frankfort, Democrat Ift88 

Frankfort, Times 1084 

Franklin, Herald 955 

Garrett, Herald 1198 

Goshen, News 1446 

Goshen, Times 1602 

Greencastle, Star- Press 1013 

Greencastle, Times 1206 

Greensburg, Saturday Review 1706 

Greensburg, Standard 1672 

Hagerstown, Exponent 1532 

Huntingburgh, Argus. 1782 

Huntingburgh, Independent 1786 

Idaville, Independent 1696 

Indianapolis, Gazette 1264 

Indianapolis, Herald 1513 

Indianapolis, Independent 1455 

Indianapolis, Indiana Eclectic Medical 

Journal. 1291 

Indianapolis, Indiana Phalanx 1804 

Indianapolis, Indiana Trade Review 1417 

Indianapolis, Indiana Tribune 991 

Indianapolis, Midland Monthly 1196 

Indianapolis, New Record 1380 

Indianapolis, Normal Teacher 1360 

Indianapolis, Organizer 1651 

Indianapolis, Physio-Medical Journal 1202" 

Indianapolis. Railway Station Agents' 

Journal 1424 

Indianapolis. Sentinel 1114 

Indianapolis, Spottvogel 1655 

Indianapolis, Telegraph 165S 

Indianapolis, Times 947 

Indianapolis, World 1783 

Jasper, Times 1800 

Jeffersonviile, Times 98a 

Kendallville, Christian Economist 1110 

Kevvanna, Herald 1224 

Kirklin, Air Line News 1060- 

Ladoga, Normal Herald 1096 

Lafayette, Bulletin 1535 

Lafayette, Commercial Advertiser 1423 

Lafayette, Courier 1559- 

Lafayette, Echo 1593 

Lafayette, Journal 1475 

Lafayette, Sunday Leader 1017 

Lafayette, Sunday Times 1493 

La Grange, Democrat 1804 

La Grange, Register 1774 

La Grange. Standard 1794 

La Porte, Herald-Chronicle 171^ 

Leavenworth, Crawford Co. Democrat. . . 1' SO 

Leesville. Graphic 1244 

Liberty. Herald 1006-1656 

Ligonier, Banner 1544 

Ligonier. Leader 1512 

Logansport, Chronicle ^^51 

Logansport. Journal 1-541 

Macy, Monitor 1780 

Madison, Courier 1721 

Madison, Sorghum Growers' Guide and 

Farm Journal 1124 

Michigan City. Evening Dispatch 1 196 

Middletown, News 14(J6 

Mitchell, News 1-''T4 

Mitchell. Normal Quarterly 1456 

Monticello, Herald 1''56 

Jlonticello, National '796 

Mof)resville, Monitor 1636 

Mount Vernon, Rights of Man 1760 

Mount Vernon. Sun l''5S 

Muncie, Advertiser 149<> 

Muncie, Democrat-Herald 1444 

Muncie, News 13-30 

Muncie. Saturday Pink 1408 

Nappanee, News 1730 

New Albany, Laws of Indiana 1645 

New Albany, Ledger 977 

New Alljany. Public Press K'U 

New Carlisle. Gazette 1452 

Newcastle. Courier 9*^^ 

Newport. Hoosier State 1629 

Noblesville. Republican Ledger 1652 

North Manchester, Rays of Light 1424 

North Manchester, Saturday Herald 13S2 

North Vernon, Plain Dealer 16.)2 

Oakland City. Enterprise 1636 

Osgood, Ripley Co. Journal W.^ 

Oxford. Tribune 16d2 

Paoli, Republican 1 ^54 



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INDIANA. Page 

Pennville, News lOSO 

Peru, Republican 1618 

Pierceton, Independent ri!)() 

Posey ville, News 1634 

Princeton, Clarion 1524 

Priiicetou, Democrat 1766 

Rensselaer, Republican 1552 

Richmond, Democrat 1404 

Richmond, Independent 1459 

Richmond, Sunday Register ; 1206 

Richmond, Telegram 1729 

Richmond, Volkszeitung 16i 4 

Rising Sun, Local 1008 

Rising Sun, Recorder ' 1680 

Roachdale, Courier 1320 

Roachdale, Indiaua Statesman 1785 

Roclcport, Indiana Pocket 1778 

Rome City, Clipper 1616 

Russiaville, Observer 1712 

Scottsburg, Scott Co. Democrat 1446 

Seymour, Democrat 1485 

Seymour, Journal 1634 

Sevmour, Republican 1768 

Shelbyville, Shelby Times 1310 

Sheridan, Argus 1020 

Shoals, Martin Co. Tribune 1664 

South Bend, Evening Register 1717 

South Bend, Farmers' Friend 1495 

South Bend, Times 1508 

Sullivan, Democrat 986 

Summitville, Independent 1534 

Tell City, Anzeiger 170(i 

Terre Haute, Argo 1590 

Terre Haute, Evening Gazette 1551 

Terre Haute, Locomotive Firemen's Mag- 
azine 1069 

Terre Haute, What Next 1411 

Thorntown, Argus 987 

Tipton, Advocate 1550 

Union City, Eagle 1542 

Valparaiso, Musical Ideal 1421 

Valparaiso, Porter Co. Vidette 14:^0 

Veedersburg, Reporter 1706 

Versailles, Republican 15i2 

Vevay, Reveille 1008 

Vincennes, Commercial 1715 

Vincennes, News 1.578 

Vincennes, Sun 1593 

"Wabash, Plain Dealer 1591 

Wabash. Times 1664 

Warren, News 1212 

Warsaw, Dental Student 1710 

Warsaw, Hoosier Democrat 1280 

Warsaw, National Union 1526 

Warsaw, Practical Poultryman and Far- 
mer 1296 

Washington, Advertiser 1748 

Washington, Daviess Co. Democrat 1035 

Wasliington, Enterprise 1748 

Washington, Gazette I(il7 

West Lebanon. Gazette 1.54S 

Westville, Indicator 1402 

Winamac, Republican 1532 

Winchester, Journal 1676 

Windfall. Independent 1.578 

Worthington, Times 1208 

Xenia, Journal 1198 

Xenia. Times 1712 

Zionsville, Times 1602 

IOWA. 

Adel, Dallas Co. News 1,524 

Adel, New Era 1196 

Akron, Western Delta 1618 

Algona, Courier 1442 

Algona, Republican 1094 

Allerton, News 1698 

Alta, Advertiser 1734 

Alton, Democrat 1392 

Ames, Students' Farm Journal 1250 

Atlantic, Cass Co. Democrat 1676 

Audubon, Audubon Co. Advocnte 1 02 

Audubon, Republican 952 

Audubon, Times 9-!7 

Battle Creek, Times 1642 

Bedford, Taylor Co. Republican 1035 

Bedford. Taylor Co. Tribune 1438 

Belle Plaine, Union 1040 

Bellevne, Leader 1630 

Belmond, Herald 1612 

Blairstown, Rising Sun 98S I 

Bloomfleld, Davis Co. Republican 16:30 ! 

Bonaparte, Journal 1578 



IOWA. Page 

Boone, Der Boone Herold 1120 

Boonsboro, News 952 

Brighton, News 1774 

Brush Creek, News 1714 

Builington, Gazette 1222 

Burlington, Hawk-Eye 1106 

Burlington, Iowa Tribune 959 

Burlington, Saturday Evening Post 1476 

Calliope, Sioux Valley Blade 1024 

Carroll, Sentinel 1606 

Cascade, Pioneer 1712 

Casey, Vindicator 1244 

Cedar Falls, Gazette 1636 

Cedar Rapids, Fra AUe Lande 1067 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa Farmer 1280 

Cedar Rapids, Republican 1110 

Cedar Rapids, Standard 1090 

Cedar Rapids, Times — 1546 

Centre Point, Courier Journal. . .'. 1412 

Chariton, Dairy Farmer 1028 

Chariton . Patriot 996 

Charles City, Intelligencer 1039 

Cherokee, Enterprise 1008 

Cherokee, Times 1636 

Clear Lake, Record 1090 

Clinton, Herald 1.547 

Clinton, News 1475 

Columbus Junction, Louisa Co. Times. . . 1638 

Coon Rapids, Enterprise 1110 

Council Bluffs, Christian Home 1102 

Council Bluffs, Herald 1677 

Council Bluffs, Nonpareil 1561 

Council Bluffs, Railroad Reporter 1338 

Creston, Gazette 1703 

Cumberland, Couraut 944 

Danburv, Maple Valley Scoop 1804 

Danville, News 1192 

Davenport, Dania 1280 

Davenport, Demokrat 1767 

Davenport, Gazette 1126 

Davenport, Inter-State Press 1384 

Davenport, Iowa Reforni 1661 

Davenport, Northwestern News 1257 

Davis City, Tidings 1430 

Dayton, Review 1092 

Decirah, Posten 1777 

Deep River, Times 1730 

Denison. Crawford Co. Bulletin 1608 

Des Moines, American Real Estate World, 1671 

Des Moines, Church Worker 1590 

Des Moines, Iowa St ate Medical Reporter, 1210 

Des Moines, Iowa State Register 1117 

Des Moines, Iowa Tribune 1104 

Des Moines, Leader 1413 

Des Moines, Plain Talk 978 

Des Moines, Svithiod 1224 

Des Moines, Western State Lists (West- 

ein Newspaper Union) 159T 

Des Moines, Western Trade Review 14.50 

Dows, Dispatch 1712 

Dubuque, Der National Demokrat 1037 

Dubuque, Iowa Prohibitionist 1638 

Dubuque, Trade Journal 1630 

Eagle Grove, Times Iii20' 

Earlville, Graphic 1738 

Eddyville, Record 1240 

Eldon, Review 1.556 

Elkader, Register 1038 

Elliott, Reporter 942 

Emerson, Chi'ouiele 948 

Emmetsburg, Democrat 1643 

Emmetsburg, Palo Alto Pilot 1446 

Essex, Argus 1708 

Fairfield, Journal 1779 

Fairfield, Sunday School Worker 1104 

Fairfield, Tribune 1606 

Farley, Advertiser 1608 

Fayette, Iowa Postal Card 1638 

Forest City, Winnebago Summit 16.52 

Fort-Dodge, Chronicle 1710 

FortT)odge, Times 163^ 

Fort Madison, Democrat 1480 

Fort Madison, Knight's Sword and 

Helmet 1092 

Garwin, News 1718 

Gilman, Dispatch 1260^ 

Gladbrook, Tama Northern 1722 

Glidden, Success 14(K) 

Gowrie, Register 1676 

Greenfield, Adair Co. Reporter 16W 

Grundj^ Centre, Der Bruderbote 9.50 

Grundj^ Centre, Grundy Co. Courier 9.50^ 

Guthrie Centre, Guthrian lOOS 



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IOWA. Page 

Hampton, Franklin Co. Recorder. 1799 

Harlan, Shelby Co. Republican 1120 

Hastings, Chronicle 918 

Hedrick, Enterprise 1096 

Henderson, Chronicle 948 

Hubbard, Times 1072 

Humeston, New Era 1652 

Indianola, Herald 1632 

Indianola, Real Estate News 1032 

Iowa City, Post 1164 

Iowa Citj', Vidette Reporter 12(X) 

Ireton, Clipper 1652 

Jesup, Critic 1598 

Jewell Junction, Jewell Record 1031 

Keokuk, Constitution 1420 

Keokuk, Gate City 1446-1713 

Keosauqua, Democrat and Farmer 1632 

Kingsley, Times 1342 

Knoxville, Express 1034 

Knoxville, Journal 1114 

Lake City, Blade 1164 

Lake Mills, Independent Herald 1132 

Lamoni, Saints' Herald 1803 

Lansing, Allamakee Journal 1730 

La Porte City, Railroad Telegrapher 1338 

La Porte City, Review 1186 

Laurens, Sun 1574 

Lawler, Chickasaw Co. Democrat 976 

Le Grand. Record 1568 

Lenox. Time Table 1408 

Leon, Decatur Co. .Journal 102fi 

Leon, Democrat-Reporter 1028 

Little Sioux, Independent 1072 

Lucas, Ledger 1U48 

Lyons, Clinton Co. Wochenblatt 1166 

Lyons, Mirror 15(8 

Madrid, Register 954 

Manning, Monitor 1190 

Maquoketa, Jackson Sentinel 171S 

Maquoketa, Record 1278 

Marble Rock, Weekly KiSO 

Marengo, Republican 1656 

Marion, National Free Press 1166 

Martinsburg, Journal 1534 

Mason City, Express 1656 

Mason City, Iowa Workman 1626 

Massena, Dispatch 1796 

Maxwell, Tribune 1680 

Meriden, Journal 18u2 

Milford, Mail 1708 

Milo, Jlotor 1580 

Milton, Herald 1734 

Missouri Val ley, Harrison Co. News 1224 

Monticello, Express 1626 

Monticello, Jones Co. Times 992 

Moulton, Tribune 95(J 

Mount Auburn, Star 1182 

Mount Ayr, Journal 1662 

Mount Pleasant, Free Press 1001 

Muscatine, Journal IS'-g 

Nashua, Post 1628 

Neola. Reporter 1628 

Nevada, Highway 164s 

Nevada, Representative 1628 

Nevada, Story Co. Watchman 1664 

Newell, Mirror 1622 

New Sharon, Star 1702 

Newton, Jouraal 979 

Northwood, Beacon 999 

Odebolt, Reporter 1146 

Onawa, Monona Co. Gazette KJOO 

Orange City, Do Volksvriend 11S2 

Orange City, Sioux Co. Herald 119i) 

Oskaloosa, Saturday Globe 1702 

Ottumwa, Courier 1709 

Oxford, Journal 1647 

Oxford Junction, Oxford Mirror 1664 

Panora, Guthrie Vedette 1710 

Parkersburgh . Eel i pse 1 622 

Pattersonville, Iowa Index 948 

Paullina, Times 1182 

Peterson, Patriot 1456 

Pocahontas, Record 1346 

Redfield, Record 1622 

Riceville, Recorder 1700 

Rockford, Independent 1626 

Eockford, Reveille 1734 

Rockwell, Phonograph 1276 

Rockwell City, CalJioun Co. Republican. 1006 

Rockwell City, Leader 1568 

Ruthven, Free Press 1172 

Sac City, Sac Co. Democrat 1 126 

Sac City, Sac Sun 1614 



IOWA. Page 

Schaller, Gazette 1432 

Scranton City, Scranton Journal 1680 

Sheffield, Press 1704 

Sheldon, News 1778 

Shell Rock, News 1620 

Sibley, Gazette 1750 

Sidney, Union 1616 

Sioux City, Barometern 1194 

Sioux City, Journal 1711 

Sioux City, Sunday Telegram 1298 

Sioux Rapids, Press 1086 

Sloan, Star 1758 

Solon, Reaper 954 

Spencer, Clay Co. Advocate 968 

Spencer, Reporter 1006 

Springville, New Era 1166 

Storm Lake, Tribune 1232 

Strawberry Point, Democrat 1172 

Stuart, Locomotive 1662 

Tipton, Advertiser 1806 

Traer, Star-Clipper 1614 

Walker, News 1738 

Wall Lake, Journal 1624 

Walnut, Bureau 1782 

Wapello, Louisa Co. Record 1034 

Washington, Washington Co. Press 1624 

Waterloo, Deutsch-Amerikaner 1594 

Waucoma, Sentinel 1804 

Waukon, Allamakee Joui'ual 1730 

Waukon, Democrat 1666 

Webster City, Ai'gus 1243 

Webster City, Freeman 1578 

Webster City, Graphic 1096 

West Branch, Local Record 1460 

West Libertj% Enterprise 1146 

West Union, Favette Co. Union 1624 

West Union, Gazette 1620 

What Cheer. Patriot 1036 

What Cheer. Reporter 1694 

Williamsburgh, American Real Estate 

Trafficker 1421 

Woodbine, Twiner 1266 

Woodward, Times 1582 

Wyoming, Journal 1688 

KANSAS. 

Alma, Enterpi-ise 1024 

Alma, Wabaunsee Co. News 1672 

Altamont, Sentinel 987 

Alton, Western Empire 1448 

Americus, Ledger 1.572 

Arcadia, Reporter 1712 

Arkansas City, Traveler 1740 

Atchison, Champion 1289 

Atchison, Patriot 1578 

Augusta, Light 1120 

Augusta, Southern Kansas Gazette 1734 

Belle Plaine, News 1680 

Bennington, Star 1704 

Bird City, News 954 

Brookville. Transcript 1578 

Burden, Enterprise 952 

Burr Oak, Herald 1664 

Burrton, Monitor 1626 

Caney, Chronicle 1693 

Carbondale, Astonisher and Paralyzer... 1066 

Carbondale, Calender 1782 

Cawker City, Public Record 1636 

Centralia, .Journal 1626 

Chanute, Blade 1628 

Chapman, Star 1704 

Cheiie.v, Journal 1214. 

Cherry vale. Globe and Torch 1:346 

Chetopa, Statesman 1592 

Cimarron, Kansas Sod House 1420 

Clay Center, Times 1734 

Clifton, Local News 1720 

Concordia, Democrat 13:34 

Concord ia, Kansas Blade 1690 

Concord ia. Times 1074 

Cottonwood Falls, Chase Co. Courant — 1046 

Council Grove, Guard 1008 

Council Grove, Kansas Cosmos 1618 

Cuba, Conservative Cuban 1270 

Danville. Harper Co. Express IIXX) 

Dodge Citv, Democrat I<i88 

Dodge City, Globe Live-Stock Journal.. . . 1000 

Elk Citv. Globe 1442 

Ellis, Review 964 

Ellsworth. Reporter 1160 

Enterprise, Anti-Monopolist 1006 

Eskridge, Star 1151 

Eureka, Democratic Messenger 1266 



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Eureka, Herald 

Fall River, Times 

Farliugton, Plaiudealer 

Foil tana, News 

Fort Seott, Monitor 

Freeport, Leader 

Fulton, Independent 

Garfield, Letter 

Glen Elder, Herald 

Great Bend, Barton Co. Democrat 

Greelej', News 

Greeuleaf , Independent-Journal 

Harlan, Advocate 

Hays City, Ellis Co. Free Press 

Hazelton, Express 

Heringtou, Prairie Flower 

Herington, Tribune 

Hill City, Reveille 

Hope, Herald 

Howard, Democrat 

Humboldt, Inter-State 

Hutchinson, Democrat 

Hutchinson, Interior Herald 

Independence, Evening Reporter 

Ida, Allen Co. Courant 

Jamestown, Cloud Co. Kansan 

Junction City, Tribune 

Kincaid, Kronicle 

Kingman, Courier 1714 

Kirwin, Chief 

Lake City, Kansas Prairie Dog 

Lane, Commercial Bulletin 

Larned, Chronoscope 

Lawrence, Die Germania 

Lawrence, Herald-Tribune 

Lawrence, Journal 

Leavenworth, Colored Orphan 

Leavenworth, Kansas Freie Press 

Leavenvv'orth, Standard 

Leavenworth, Times 

Lebo, Light 

Lecompton, Monitor 

Lenora, Monitor 

Leoti City, Wichita Standard 

Lincoln, Beacon 

Lindsborg, Smoky Valley News 

Ludell, Settler 

Lyndon, Journal 

McCune, Times 

Manhattan, Kansas Telephone 

Manhattan, Mercury 

Manhattan. Nationalist 

Mankato, Jewell Co. Review 

Marion, Register. 

Meriden, Report 

Mlllonvale, News 

Miltonvale, Star 

Moran, Herald 

Morganville, Sunflower 

Mound Valley, Herald 

Neodesha Register 

Neosiio Rapids, Vivifier 

Newton, Democrat 

Norton, Champion 

Olathe, Kansas Star 

Oneida, Monitor 

Osage Mission, Neosho Co. Democrat 

Osborne, Osborne Co. News 

Oskaloosa, Independent 

Oskaloosa, Sickle 

Ottawa, Republican 

Paola, Miami Republican 

Parsons, Palladium 

Peabody, Gazette 

Phillipsburg, Herald 

Pittsburg, Smelter 

Plainville, Times 

Portis, Patriot 

Quenemo, Kansas Workman 

Rossville, Carpenter's Kansas Lyre 

Russell, Record 

Russell, Western Live Stock Journal 

Sabetha, Herald 

Salem, Argus 

Salem, People's Friend 

Salina, Republican 

Scott City, Western Times 

Seneca, Courier-Democrat 

Severy, Southern Kansas Journal 

Sharon, News 

Smith Centre, Pioneer 

Spring Hill, New Era 

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KANSAS. Page 

Sterling, Bulletin 1034 

Stockton, Democrat 1366 

Stockton, Western News 1662 

Thaver, Head Light 17:?2 

Topeka, Capital 1408 

Topeka, Citizen IsS? 

Topeka, City and Farm Record and West- 
ern Real Estate Journal 1662 

Topeka, Kansas Knight and Soldier 983 

Topeka, Kansas Methodist 1778 

Topeka, Kansas State Journal 1567 

Topeka, Light 1046 

Topeka, Mail 1087 

Topeka, Saturday Evening Lance LSS.*! 

Topeka, Western School Journal 1661 

Toronto, Register 1662' 

Troy, Kansas Chief 1037 

Ulysses, Grant Co. Register 1688 

Valley Falls, Lucifer 1036 

Valley Falls, New Era 1448 

Valley Falls, Register 1526 

Wallace, Wallace Co. Register 1592 

Wamego, Kansas Agriculturist 979 

Wamego, Kansas Reporter 1115 

Washinsfton, Republican 1744 

Webster, Eagle 1566 

Wellington, Sumner Co. Standard 1212 

Westmoreland, Recorder 1792 

Wichita, Evening News 1291 

Wichita, New Republic 1456- 

Williamsourg, Eagle 1336 

Wilson, Echo 948 

Winchester, Argus 1632 

Windoni, Record 1192 

Winfield, Courier 1650 

Winfield, Cowley Co. Tribune 1594 

Wyandotte, Herald 1680 

Wyandotte, Kansas Pionier 1134 

Yates Center, News 960 

Yates Center, Woodson Democrat 1758 

KENTUCKY. 

Augusta, Bracken Bulletin 1383 

Beattyville, Soldiers' Friend 1200 

Beatty ville. Three Forks Enterprise 1621 

Bowling Green, Park City Times 1715 

Brandenburgh. Meade Co. News 1146 

Cadiz, Kentucky Telephone 1114 

Casey ville, Enterprise 1770 

Catlettsburg, Central Methodist 1743 

Catlettsburg, Kentucky Democrat 1680 

Central City, Argus 1118 

Clinton. Democrat 1778 

Columbia, Herald 1590 

Covington, Commonwealth 1497 

Covington, Enterprise 1765 

Cynthiana, News 1774 

Elkton, Todd Co. Progress 1512 

Eminence, Constitutionalist 1210 

Falmouth, Guide 1210 

Flemingsburgh, Gazette 1542 

Flemingsburgh, Times-Democrat 1642 

Frankfort, Capital 1491 

Frankfort, Truthful Witness 1193 

Greenu p. Gazette 1704 

Hartford, Herald 1532 

Henderson, Journal 1568 

Henderson, News 1770 

Hodgenville, La Rue Co. Herald 1598 

Hopkinsville, Kentucky New Era 1650 

Junction City, Herald 1336 

Kuttawa, Saturday Evening Echo 1447 

La Grange, Oldham Co. Herald 1796 

Lawrenceburgh, Anderson Newsi 1592 

Lebanon, Standard and Times 1012 

Leitchfleld. Sunbeam 1186 

Lexington, Evening News 1410 

Lexington, Transcript 1479 

London, Leader 1779 

London, Mountain Echo 1584 

Louisa, Big Sandy News 1,578 

Louisville, American Baptist 1590 

Louisville, Educational Courant 1184 

Louisville, Farmers' Home Journal. 1569 

Louisville, Heathen Helper 1700 

Louisville, Illustrated Town and Country. 1290 

Louisville, Journal of Commerce 1391 

Louisville, Kentucky Church Chronicle. . 1166 

Louisville, Labor Record 1490 

Louisville, Laws of Kentucky 1102 

Louisville, Masonic Home Journal 1360 

Louisville, New Argus 1222 

Louisville, Post 1455 



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KKNTUCKY. Page 

Louisville, Southern Joiu-nal lT6i i 

Louisville, Southern Manufacturer and 

Builder 1235 

Louisville, Times 1 155 

Louisville, Truth 1514 

Louisville, Western Recorder 1U78 

Louisville, Worker 1-55 

3Iarion, Crittenden Press Ifi62 

Midway, Blue-Grass Clipper IHiK) 

Morgantown, Green River Republican. . . 998 
Mount Olivet, Robertson Co. Democrat. . Iihk) 

Mount Sterling, Gazette I(i66 

Murray, News 13.58 

New Castle. Henry Co. Local U)94 

Nicholasville. Jessamine Journal 1706 

Owensboro, Inquirer 1.531 

Owensboro, Messenger 1774 

Owingsville, Outlook 1.582 

Puducah, News 1731 

Paducah, Standard 1240 

Pikeville. Pike Co. Times 1580 

Princeton. American Home 1153 

Princeton, Argus 1361 

Princeton, Methodist Standard 1 170 

Richmond, Herald 1732 

Shelby\-llle, Shelby Sentinel 1022 

Smithland, Livingston Sentinel 1086 

Somerset, Reporter H2(J 

Somerset, Republican I078 

Springfield, Washington Co. Leader 12.50 

Taylorsville, Spencer Courier 1496 

Tompkinsville, Banner 1446 

Vanceburg, Courier 976 

West Liberty. Licking Valley Scorcher. . . 1664 

Wicklitte, Ballard Co. Journal 1726 

"Williamsburgh. Times 1448 

Williamstown, Courier 1704 

Yosemite, News 1554 

LOUISIANA. 

Alexandria. Louisiana Democrat 1402 

Amite City, Independent 1066 

Bastrop. Morehouse Sentinel 1600 

Baton Rouge, Capitolian Advocate 1760 

Baton Rouge, Truth 1464 

Bonnet Carre, Meschacebe 1222 

Clinton, Patriot-Democrat 1518 

Colfax, Chronicle 10.50 

Columbia. Caldwell Watchman 1688 

Farmerville, Cast Plow 1803 

Farmerville, Gazette 1800 

Farmerville. Home Advocate 1696 

Gretna, Courier 946 

Gretna, Sun 1566 

Hahnville, St. Charles Herald 1172 

Houma, Terrebonne Times 1438 

La Fayette, Advertiser 1704 

Lake Charles, Commercial 1 172 

Lake Pro\'idence, Carroll Banner 169S 

Maurepas, Gazette 1 > 93 

Maurepas, Southland 1275 

Monroe, Bulletin 1722 

Morgan City, St. Mary Review 1664 

New Iljeria, Enterprise 1 182 

New Orleans, Bicycle South 16:i0 

Ne%v Orleans, City Item 1 46 

New Orleans, Evening Chronicle l.>42 

New Orleans, L'Abeille 1182 

New Orleans, La Revue Fi-ancaise 1*^1 

New Orleans, L'Independant Journal i:330 

New Orleans, Mascpt i:i5S 

New Orleans, Picayune 1367 

New Orleans, Times-Democrat KKSS 

New Orleans, Southland 1275 

New Orleans, South-Western Christian 

Advocate 1776 

New Orleans, South-Western Presby- 
terian 1420 

Opelousas. Courier 1644 

Pia<iuemine, Iberville South 1632 

Ponchatoula, Gazette 1197 

Ray ville, Richland Beacon 1086 

Robeline, Reporter ., 1272 

St. Martin ville. St. Martin Reveille 1040 

Sparta. Rural Times 1192 

Springflelil, Ledger 1256 

Tallulah, Madi.son Times 1166 

Thibodaux. Sentinel 948 

Vidalia, Concordia Eagle 1244 

West Baton Rouge, Sugar Planter 179<i-lS0() 

Whitehall, Age 11N9 

Winnfield, Southern Sentinel 18U4 



MAINE. Page 

Bangor, Commei-cial 1.562 

Bangor. Industrial Journal. 1072 

Bar Harbor, Mount De.sert Herald 1468 

Belfast, Tempei ance Record 1146 

Biddeford, Evening Times 1495 

Biddeford, Journal 9.53 

Biddeford. Maine Sentinel .. 1654 

Biddeford, Watson's Illuminator 959 

Booth Bav. Advance 1274 

Booth Bay, Register ukig 

Bowdoinham, Advertiser 1732 

Brunswick, Telegraph 1012 

Bucksport, Clipper 1314 

Calais, Times 1644 

Camden, Herald 9-i6 

Canton. Telephone 1484 

Damariscotta, Herald and Record 1762 

Dexter, Eastern State 1 1:^ 

Dexter, Gazette 1193 

Eastport. Standard 1(U6 

Farmington. Franklin Journal 1.5"24 

Houlton, Aroostook Pioneer 1642 

Houlton, Aroostook Times 1608 

Kennebunk, Eastern Star HHO 

Kezar Falls. Oxford Co. Record 1.550 

Lewiston. Evening Journal 1128 

Lewiston, Labor Advocate 1104 

Lincoln. UpRiver News 1314 

3Iachias. Republican 1010 

Madison. Bulletin 1440 

Mechanic's Falls, Ledger 1474 

Monson, Slate 1314 

North Anson, Union Advocate ' 1602 

Orono, Cadet Monthly 964 

Portland, Herald. ..." 1482 

Portland, Pythian Herald 1466 

Portland, Sunday Times 1467 

Portland, Tran.script 1166 

Presque Isle, Aroostook Herald 1544 

Presque Isle, North Star 15.50 

Rockland. Courier-Gazette 1650 

Saccarappa, Westbrook Chronicle 1512 

Sanford, Hammond's Floral Friend and 

Household Journal 1183 

Springvale, Advocate 1604 

Thomaston, Herald 1718 

Waldoboro, Lincoln Co. News 1488 

Waterville, Mail 1512 

Waterville, Sentinel 1474 

Wilton. Record 15-28 

Winthrop, Budget 1072 

MARYLAND. 

Annapolis, Evening Capital 1369 

Annapolis, Evening Herald 1190 

Annapolis. Poultry Review 1215 

Baltimore, American 1047 

Baltimore, Bulletin 14116-1780 

Baltimore. Catholic Mirror 1775 

Baltimore, Christian Observer 1492 

Baltimore, Commercial Index 17.38 

Baltimore, Deutsche Correspondent 1781 

Baltimore, Labor Free Press 1226 

Baltimore, Ledger 1097 

Baltimore, Manufacturers' Record Vl^% 

Baltimore. Market Journal 1186 

Baltimore, Maryland Director 1233 

Baltimore, IMaryland Farmer 1467 

Baltimore, Maryland Law Record 1064 

Baltimore, News i;i55 

Baltimore, Pall Mall Gazette 1446 

Baltimore. Price List 1050 

Baltimore, Protector 1166 

Baltimore, Railroad and Steamship 

Journal 1351 

Baltimore, Trade 12:J7 

Baltimore, Volksfreund und Biene 1575 

Baltimore, Wecker 1463 

Bel Air, Hartord Democrat 1604 

Bel Air. Times 1486 

Boonsboro, Times 1604 

Cambridge, Globe 1^33 

Cristlcld, Leader 1008 

Cumberland, Alleganian 1180 

Cumberland , News 1480 

Cumberland, Sunday Civilian 1484 

Cumberland, Times 1180 

Denton. Anerican Union 1490 

Easton, Gazette 1107 

Easton, Independent 1502 

Easton, Star 1524 

Elkton, Appeal 1478 

Elkton, Cecil Co. News 1298 



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MARYLAND. Page 

Elkton, Cecil Democrat 1602 

Ellicott City, Ameiiean Progress 148() 

Emmitsburg, Chronicle 14^4 

Federalsbvirsj, Courier 950 

Federalsburg, Peuiusula Farmer 1787 

Frederick, News 1493 

Frederick, Times 164 ■! 

Frederick, Union 14WJ 

Greensboro, Free Press 1040 

Havre de Grace, Electric Light 1 182 

Lonaconing, Review 107() 

Lutheiwille, Seminarian 1091 

Middletown, Valley Register HKiG 

Oakland, Mountain Democrat 1466 

Pocomoke City, Record and Gazette 1528 

Port Tobacco, Maryland Independent li:0() 

Prince Frederick, Calvert Gazette 15(i() 

Prmcess Anne, Marylander 152<i 

Princess Anne, Somerset Herald 1552 

Rising Sun, Midland Journal 1534 

Salisburj', Advertiser 1488 

Snow Hill, Democratic Messenaer 1482 

Suow Hill, Worcester Co. Shield 1462 

Towson, People's Voice 1246 

Trappe, Talbot Times 1344 

Williamsport, Leader 1490 

Williamsport, Transcript 1718 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Abington, Plymouth Co. Journal and 

Herald 1463 

Amherst, Record 1550 

Arlington, Advocate 1486 

Attleborough, Chronicle 1280 

Ayer, Junction Journal 1323 

Baldwinville, Cottager and Ready Record 1160 

Beverly, Times lOoS 

Boston, ABC Pathfinder Railway Guide 1190 
Boston, American Journal of Numis- 
matics 1630 

Boston, American Legion of Honor Jour- 
nal 1052 

Boston, American Short Hand Writer 1568 

Boston, Babyland 1426 

Boston, Beacon 1186 

Boston,Chautauqua Young Folks' Journal 1426 

Boston, Commercial 1165 

Boston, Commonwealth 1721 

Boston, Contributor 1731 

Boston, Courier 1176 

Boston, Der Telegraph 146s 

Boston, East Boston Argus 1493 

Boston, Evening Transcript 1254 

Boston, Expressman 1603 

Boston, Facts 1152 

Boston, Firemen's Standard 154() 

Boston, Grand Army Record 1655 

Boston. Guardian 1433 

Boston, Home 1072 

Boston, Home Guardian 1596 

Boston, Hotel Gazette and New^ England 

Advertiser 10.59 

Boston, Household Journal 1549 

Boston, Inventors' and Manufacturers' 

Gazette 1086 

Boston, Law and Order 1304 

Boston, Law Record 1226 

Boston, Lend a Hand 1643 

Boston, Liberal Freemason lOSi 

Boston, Liberty 1532 

Boston, Massachusetts Magazine 1071 

Boston, Massachusetts Medical Journal.. 1290 

Boston, Modern Light 1543 

Boston, Musical Herald 1400 

Boston, N. D. C. Axe and True Keystone. 1270 

Boston, New England Magazine 1419 

T^aston, New England Stuaten Zeitung. . . 1468 

Boston, Newsman 1184 

Boston, Ornithologist and Oologist 1120 

Boston, Our Little Men and Women 1426 

Boston, Pansy 142(; 

Boston, Pilot '. 1365 

Boston, Railroad Advertiser 1193 

Boston, Republic 1545 

Boston, Revere Journal 16 6 

Boston, Roxbury Gazette and South End 

Advertiser 1010 

Boston, Rundschau 1104 

Boston, Sentinel 1602-1752 

goston, South Boston Inquirer 1459 

Boston, South Boston News 144s 

Boston, South Boston Tribune 1456 

Boston, State 1534 



MASSACHUSETTS. Page 

Boston, Temperance Cause 1037 

Boston, U. S. Com>nercial Age 1319 

Boston, Wedding Bells 10.5>< 

Boston, Wide Awake 1426 

Boston, Working Boy 17ih) 

Boston, Youth 1096 

Bridgewater, Independent 1482 

Brockton, Evening Gazette 1046 

Bfookfield, Times 1482 

Brookline, Chronicle 1484 

Cambridge (Canibridgeport), Press 1497 

Chelsea, Owl 1194 

Chelsea, Record 1458 

Clinton, Times 1388 

Cottage City, Martha's Vineyard Herald 1076 

Dan vers, Mirror 1478 

Everett, Free Press 14.58 

Fall River, Advance 979 

Fall River, Herald 1799 

Kail River, L'Independent 1274 

Fall River, Monitor 1632 

Foxboro, Reporter 13(X> 

Gardner, Worker 1580 

Georgetown, Advocate 1474 

Gloucester, Cape Ann Advertiser 1072 

Grafton, Herald io21 

Greenfield, American Garden 1737 

Greenfield, Gazette and Courier 1372 

Haverhill, Evening Bulletin • 1407 

Haverhill, Laborer 1783 

Hopkinton, Banner I(i23 

Hudson, Our Grange Homes 1650 

Lawrence, American 1789 

Lawrence, Anzeiger 1484 

Lawrence, Eagle 1605 

Lawrence, Sentinel 1484 

Lee, Valley Gleaner 1602 

Leominster, Enterprise 1606 

Lowell, Citizen 1094 

Lowell, Evening Democrat 964 

Lowell, Morning Mail 122i> 

Lynn, Transcript 951 

Maiden, Mirror 14.58 

Marlboro, Mirror- Journal (Pratt Brothers' 

publications) 1347 

Marlboro, Times 1462 

Med way. Gazette 102 1 

Merrimac, Budget 1166 

Methuen, Transcript 1458 

Middleboro', Gazette 1006 

Milf ord. Journal 1021 

Natick, Citizen 1462 

New Bedford, Evening Standard 1235 

New Bedford, Mercury 1331 

New Bedford, Old Colonist 1462 

Newburyport, Vallej^ Visitor 1374 

Newton, Graphic 1490 

North Abington, News 145.S 

North Adams, Hoosac Valley News 1466 

North Brooktteld, Journal 1466 

Norwood, Advertiser and Review 1683 

Orange, Journal 1466 

Peabody, Reporter 1064 

Pittsfleld (formerly Daltou), Berkshire 

Independent 1716 

Plymouth, Old Colony Memorial 1426 

Princeton, Word 1190 

Quincy, Advertiser 1712 

Rockland, Independent 1458 

Rockland, Standard and Plymouth Co. 

Advertiser 1474 

Rockport, Review 1140 

Sal em. Evening Telegram 1412 

Salem, Observer 1456 

Salem, Register 979 

South Abington, Reporter 1704 

South Abiuston, Times and Plymouth 

Co. Courier 1468 

South Boston, Inquirer 1459 

South Boston, News 1448 

South Boston, Tribune 1456 

South Lancaster, True Educator 1048 

Springfield, Evangelist 1477 

Springfield, Farm and Home 1384 

Springfield, News 1312 

Springfield, Republican 1405 

Stoneham, Independent 1474 

Stoughton, Sentinel 1608 

Swampscott, Standard 984 

Taunton, Bristol Co. Republican 1646 

Turner's Falls. Reporter 1482 

Wakefield, Citizen and Banner 1478 

Walpole, Central Norfolk Democrat 1692 



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MASSACHUSETTS. Page 

Waliham, Tribune 1540 

Wareiiam. News • KXifi 

Webster, Times i:S09 

Wenham. American Apieulturist IWil 

West Gardner, Worcester Co. Democrat. 1()S6 

Worcester, Eastern Medical Journal 1261 

Worcester, Times 1024 

MICHIGAN". 

Addison, Courier 1770 

Adrian, Evening Record 1192 

Adrian, Press 1629 

Allegan, Journal and Tribune 1805 

Alma, Record 1560 

Alpena, Labor Journal 1578 

Alpena, Pioneer 1660 

Ann Arbor, Medical Advance 1648 

Ann Arbor, Physician and Surgeon. . 1474 

Augusta, Review 1282 

Bad Axe, Democrat 1072 

Bad Axe, Huron Tribune lUlO 

Baldwin, Lake Co. Star 1176 

Battle Creek, Good Health ir94 

Battle Creek, Journal 1741 

Battle Creek, Moon 1477 

Bay City, Michigan Freie Presse 115,8 

Bay City, Saginaw Valley Star 1496 

Benton Harbor, Palladium 1.522 

Berrien Springs, Berrien Co. Journal 1188 

Berrien Springs, Era 1722 

Bessemer, Pick and Axe 97S 

Big Rapids, Current 1446 

Big Rapids, Pioneer ] i;;2 

Brighton, Citizen 1U08 

Brockway Centre, Expositor 1600 

Bronson, Independent Journal 15.50 

Buchanan, Record 1478 

Caro. Jeffersonian 10.>7 

Cassopolis, National Democrat 1564 

Charlevoix, Journal , 1120 

Charlotte, Leader 1644 

Cheboygan, Northern Tribune 9.54 

Chelsea, Herald 1588 

Chesauiug, Saginaw Valley School Jour- 
nal 1601 

Clifford, Free Press : 992 

Coleman, Advocate 1522 

Coruuna, Shiawasse Co. Journal 1616 

Crosswell, Democrat 1482 

Decatur, Republican 1.560 

Deerfleld, Star 999 

Detroit, Farm and Fireside 1607 

Detroit, Freema'^on 1188 

Detroit, Free Press 1079 

Detroit, Index 1116 

Detroit, International Masonic Review. . . 1305 

Detroit, Labor Leaf 1078 

Detroit, Leonard's Illustrated Medical 

Journal 1082 

Detroit, Michigan Builder 972 

Detroit, 3Iichigan Catholic 1479 

Detroit, Michigan Christian Herald 1606 

Detroit, Plaindealer 1096 

Detroit, Saturday Call 139(i 

Detroit, Sunday Sun 1229 

Detroit, Trade Journal 1679 

Detroit, Western Land Guide and Real 

Estate Lawyer 1094 

Detroit, Worker 1507 

Dexter, Leader 1742 

Dimondale. Lightning Express 1590 

Dowagiac, Republican 1662 

Dundee, Reporter .• . 1664 

East Jordan, Enterprise 1664 

East Saginaw, Michigan Advertiser 1172 

East Saginaw. Saginaw Herald 1591 

Elk Rapids, Pilgrim's Progress KiOS 

Elsie. Sun 1172 

Escanaba, Iron Port 95(J 

Fennvillc, Dispatch li)96 

Fentonville, Independent 1462 

Flint, Evening Journal 1799 

Flint, Genesee Tribune 1625 

Flint, Wolverine Citizen 1168 

Flushing, People's Press 1172 

Frankfort, Exi)ress 1292 

Frankfort, Times 1084 

Freeland, Patrol 15:^7 

Fremont, Indicator 1010 

Galesburg, Kalamazoo Co. Enterprise 161.3 

Gay lord, Otsego Co. Herald 960 

Gaylord, Otsego Co. Independent 1179 

Gobleville, Herald 944 



MICHIGAN. Page 

Grand Haven, Herald leoO^ 

Grand Ledge, Independent 1466 

Grand Rapids, Dawn of the Morning 1790 

Grand Rapids, Hearth and Hall ii)82 

Grand Rapids, Labor Union i5ii 

Grand Rapids, Michigan Tradesman 1182 

Grand Rapids, Yankee Dutch 1274 

Grand Rapids, York's Musical Journal.. . 1594 

Grass Lake, News 940 

Greenville, Call 963 

Greenville. News 1804 

Hancock, Mining Herald 1092 

Hanover, Times 12.32 

Harbor Springs, Northern Independent. . 954 

Harri.son, Cleaver and Standard 1732 

Harrisville, Alcona Co. Review 1232^ 

Harr. Sword of the Spirit 1552 

Hastings, Barry Co. Democrat 1626 

Hastings, Plaindealer Ji68 

Hersey, Osceola Co. Outline 1784 

Hesperia, News 1010 

Hillsdale. Business lOlO 

Hillsdale, Leader 1008 

Hillsdale, Standard 1092 

Holland, De Grondwet 1780 

Holland, De Hollander 1.556 

Holton, Star 1272 

Houghton, Portage Lake Mining Gazette 

1002-1764 

Hubbardston, Advertiser 1574 

Hudson, Post 15fti 

Imlay City, Optic 946 

Ionia. Evening Mail 1540 

Iron Mountain, Menominee Range 1660 

Ishpeming, Iron Agitator 1632 

Jackson, Citizen 1487 

Jackson, Evening Courier 1033 

Jackson, Saturday Evening Star 1497 

Jackson, Sunday Times 1453 

Jackson. Tribune 1466 

Jonesville, Hillsdale Co. Gazette 1494 

Kalamazoo. Philanthropic Index and Re- 
view 1042 

Kalamazoo, Telegraph 1713 

Kalamazoo, Vanity Fair 1454 

Kalkaska, Leader 950 

Kent City, Herald 1182 

Lake Linden, Torch Lake Times 1198 

L'Anse, Lake Superior Sentinel 1038 

Lansing, Michigan School Moderator 1456 

Lansing, Sentinel 1537 

Lansing, State Republican 1596 

Lawrence, Times 1494 

Le Rov. Independent 1598 

Leslie, Local.; 1466 ■ 

Ludington, Appeal 1774 

Ludington, Catholic Family Reader 1733 

Luther, Herald 1007 

Lyons. Herald 1 1 (8 

Maucelona. Herald ; . 177S 

Manistee, Democi'at 1314 

Maple Rapids, Dispatch 1644 

Marine City, Reporter 1770 

Marlette, Leader 1189 

Marshall, Chronicle 1646 

Marshall, Statesman 1480 

Mendon, Globe li'OO 

Metamora, Bee 1498 

Midland, Republican 17()8 

Midland, Sun 1148 

Milan, Leader 1506 

Milford, Times 1372 

Mio, Northern Mail 1642 

M(jnroe, Evening Commercial 1632 

Mount Clemens, Press 1546 

Muir, Tribune J266 

Muskegon, Chronicle 189^ 

Nlles, Democrat 1660 

Ontonagon, Herald 1418 

Ontonagon, Miner 1662 

Otter Lake, Enterprise 1040 

Owosso, Times 1744 

Oxford, Globe 1462 

Paw Paw, Herald 1542 

Pinckney, Dispatch 1762 

Plainweil, Independent 1012 

Port Austin, Huron Co. News 1012 

Port Huron, Bee Hive 1070 

Port Huron, Herald 1738 

Port Huron, Herold 1700 

Port Huron, Sundav Commercial 1472 

Port Sanilar , Sanilac Co. School Journal. 960 
Ouincy. HM-ald 1012 



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MICHIGAN. Page 

Reed City, Hovey's News KmI 

Rochester, Era 15U4 

Romeo, Hj'draut , 1786 

Roscommon, News 1438 

Saginaw, Saglnawian 1504 

St. Clair, Republican 1526 

St. Johns, Clinton Independent 1462 

St. Joseph, Republican 1534 

St. Louis, Herald 1538 

Sand Lake, Dollar Times 1290 

Saranac. Local 1608 

Shelby, Independent 1132 

Sherwood, Times 1194 

South Haven, Messenger 1548 

Springport, Signal 1000 

Stanton, Montcalm Herald 1800 

Stookbridge, Sun 1744 

Sturgis, Journal 1552 

Sturgis, Michigan Democrat 1440 

Sturgis, Saturday Mail 1280 

Tecumseh, Herald 1774 

Tecumseh, News 1762 

Three Oaks, Sun 1134 

Traverse City, Traverse Bay Eagle 1282 

Traverse City, Ti'averse Journal 15fi8 

Vermontville, Echo 1490 

"Watervliet, Record 1574 

Whitehall, Forum 1542 

Wyandotte, Herald 1628 

Ypsilanti, Commercial 1546 



MINNESOTA. 

Ada, Puhler's Red River Valley Journal. . 

Aitkin, Age 

Anoka, Herald 

Arlington, Enterprise 

Ashby, Avalanche 

Austin, Mower Co. Transcript 

Austin, Register 

Barnesvllle, Times 

Beaver Creek, Graphic 

Bird Island, Renville Co. Union 

Brainerd, Northw^estern Tribune 

Brownsville, News 

Carver, Free Press 

Clear Water, Enterprise 

Cokato, Wright Co. Republican 

Crookston, Chronicle 

Crookston, Polk Co. Journal 

Crookston, Times 

Currie, Southwest Minnesotian 

Delano, Eagle 

Detroit City, Record 

Dodge Centre, Dodge Co. Record 

Egerton, Enterprise 

Ellsworth, News 

Evansville, Enterprise 

Excelsior, Minnetonka Mirror 

Fairmont, Martin Co. Sentinel 

Farmington, Dakota Co. Tribune 

Fergus Falls, Otter Tall Co. Farmer 

Fergus Falls, Ugeblad 

Fosston, Thirteen Towns 

Glencoe, Enterprise 

Glencoe, Register 

Glenwood, Press Bulletin 

Grand Meadow. Record 

Gi-anite Falls, Ti-ibune 

Henderson, Sibley Co. Independent 

Hokah, Chief 

Hokah, Sun 

Houston, Houston Valley Signal 

Hutchinson, Leader 

Kasson, Dodge Co. Republican 

Kenyon, Leader 

La Crescent, Houston Co. Educational. . . 

Lake Benton, News 

Le Roy, Independent 

Little Falls, Sun 

Long Prairie, Leader 

Mabel, Enterprise 

Minneapolis, Canadian American 

Minneapolis, Echo de L'Ouest 

Minneapolis, Evening Journal 

Minneapolis, Evening Mercury 

Minneapolis, Faedrelandet og Emigran- 

ten 

Minneapolis, Freie Presse 

Minneapolis, Gazette 

Minneapolis, Homestead 

Minneapolis, Le Progres 

Minneapolis, Life 



1619 
1796 
1642 
1322 
1606 
1800 
1266 
1196 
1796 

954 
1628 
1522 
1196 
1742 
1698 
1718 
1698 
1730 
1628 
1438 

980 
1232 
1366 

992 
lf.32 
1681 
1608 
1626 
1092 
1738 
1522 
1007 
1146 
1490 
1492 

996 
1187 
1200 

972 
1182 
1762 
106U 
1621 
1200 
1606 
1332 
1768 
1396 

964 
1176 

996 
1091 
1356 

1592 
979 

1663 

1515 
994 

1759 



MINNESOTA. Page 

Minneapolis, Mowry's Otticial Railway 

Guide 1317 

Minneapolis, Northwestern Architect 

and Improvement Record 1094 

Minneapolis, Northwest Trade 1220 

Minneapolis, Poultry and Farm Journal. 974 

Minneapolis, Pythian Advocate 1368 

Minneapolis, Sunday Morning Herald 12;^ 

Minneapolis, Wood and Iron 1096 

Montlcello, Wright Co. Times 1626 

Moorhead, Evening News 1090 

New London, Kandiyohi Co. Expositor.. 1592 

New Richland, North Star 949 . 

Ortonville, Headlight 1208 

Osakis, Observer 1236 

Owatonna, Journal 1616 

Pelican Rapids, Park Region Pioneer 1445 

Pine Island, Journal 1224 

Pipe Stone, Star 1644 

Plain view, News 1626 

Preston, Democrat 1264 

Red Lake Falls, Gazette 1414 

Rochester, Herold 1148 

Rochester, School Education 1536 

Rush City, Post 1084 

Rushlord, Star 1012 

St. James, Journal 946 

St. Paul, A. O. U. W. Guide 1098 

St. Paul, Der Wanderer 1098 

St. Paul, Dispatch 1544 

St. Paul, Druid 1197 

St. Paul, Familien Zeitung 960 

St. Paul, Herald 1575 

St. Paul. Home Gazette 1179 

St. Paul, Hotel Repoi-ter 1039 

St. Paul, Le Canadien 1157 

St. Paul, Nordvesten 1225 

St. Paul, Northwestern Chronicle 1743 

St Paul, Pythian Advocate 1368 

St. Paul, Saturday Evening News 1258 

St. Peter, Herald 1738 

St. Peter, Journal 1685 

St. Vincent, New- Era and Kittson Co. 

Record 1804 

Sauk Centre, Tribune 1628 

Slayton, Gazette 1190 

Spring Vallev, Vidette 1251 

Stillwater, St . Ci'oix Post 1744 

Tracy, Republican 1742 

Tracy, Trumpet 946 

Wabasha, Wabasha Co. Herald 1408 

Waseca, Waseca Co. Herald 994 

Waterville, Advance 1622 

Willmar, Argus 995 

Windom, Reporter 1624 

Winnebago City, Press News 1614 

Winona, Adler 1766 

Winona, Herald 1662 

Worthington, Advance 1666 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Aberdeen, Examiner 1785 

Aberdeen, Weekly 980 

Ackerman, Enterprise 1491 

Brandon, Democrat 960 

Brandon, Republican 951 

Canton, American Citizen 946 

Canton, Picket 1792 

Coffeeville, Times 1642 

Columbia, Pearl River News 1610 

Columbus, Dispatch 1779 

Corinth, Herald 1192 

Duck Hill, Dispatch 1587 

Durant. News 1443 

EUisville, Eagle 1061 

Forest, Register 1613 

Gloster, Gloster City News 1007 

Greenville, Busy Bee 1314 

Greenwood, Yazoo Valley Flag 1210 

Holly Springs, Marshall Co. Register 1545 

Holly Springs, Reporter 1238 

Holly Springs, South 1798 

luka. Cosmic Gale 1448 

Jackson, Clarion 1770 

Kosciusko, Messenger 984 

Macon, Mississippi Sun 1644 

Magnolia, Gazette 1774\ 

Moss Point, Gulf Coast Advertiser 1640 . 

New Albany, Union Co. Optic 1201 

Oxford, Eagle 1282 

Oxford, Falcon 1714 

Pickens. Post 1266 

Pittsboro, Democratic Banner 1236 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MISSISSIPPI. Page 

Port Gibson, News 1033 

Port Gibson, Southern Revielle 1040 

Riplej', Advertiser 1110 

Ripley, Southern Sentinel 982 

Summit, Sentinel 1010 

Vicksburg. Planters' Journal 1763 

Walthall, Warden 1626 

Water Valley, Progress 1322 

W est Point, Clay Co. Leader 1334 

West Point, New Era 1770 

Winona, Advance 1316 

Winona, Times 1598 

Yazoo City, Herald 1628 

MISSOURI. 

Albany, Memoranda 1556 

Alton, South Missourian 1804 

Appleton City, Journal 994 

Arrow Rock, Times 1.536 

Bethany, Republican 996 

Billings, Times 1598 

Bismarck, Telegram 1698 

Blackburn, Globe 1414 

Bolivar, Polk Co. Leader 1290 

Boonville, Topic 1037 

Bowling Green, Times 994 

Breckeuridge, Bulletin 1176 

Brookfleld, Argus 1185 

Brookfleld, Gazette 984 

Brownsville, Herald 1370 

Brunswick, Brunswicker J626 

Bm-lington Junction, Nest Egg 996 

Butler, Bates Co. Republican 1722 

Butler, Times 1614 

Cabool, Record 1.593 

Cameron, Observer 1774 

Canton, Press 988 

CarroUton, Democrat 1448 

CarroUton, Triple Link 1448 

Carterville, Mining Review 1614 

Cassville, Democrat 993 

Centralia, Fireside Guard 1722 

Chamois, Liberalist ia20 

Charleston, Enterprise 1640 

Chillicothe, Constitution 1742 

Clarence, Courier 1054 

Clarksville, Sentinel 1610 

Clayton, St. Louis Co. Watchman 1628 

Clinton. Advocate 1650 

Clinton, Eye 1000 

Conway, Advance 1706 

Craig, Meteor ■ 99J 

Cuba, Telephone 1756 

Dexter City, Enterprise-Messenger 1720 

Edina, Knox Co. Democrat 1666 

Edina, Sentinel 17:32 

El Dorado Springs, Uncle Sam 1714 

Excelsior Springs, Sentinel of Truth 1280 

Farmington, Times 1616 

Fayette, Missouri Independent 1404 

Festus, CiTstal Mirrer 972 

Forsyth, Home and Farm 1070 

Frederlcktown, Democratic Standard... 1434 

Fulton, Callaway Gazette 1402 

Gallatin, North Missourian 1616 

Gayoso, Democrat 1438 

Glasgow, Central Missourian 1628 

Glasgow, Journal 1243 

Greenfield, Vedette 1.560 

Greenville, Wayne Co. Journal 1600 

Hale City, Times 1556 

Hannibal (formerly Savannah(, Distiict 

Times 1066 

Hannibal, Morning Journal 1020 

Harrison ville, Cass Co. Democrat 1766 

Hartville, Wright Co. Republican 1839 

Hermann, Stern 1806 

Higginsville, La Fayette Co. Advance 1010 

Higginsville, La Fayette Co. Post 126'1 

Hillsboro, Jefferson Democrat 1776 

Hopkins, Herald 1408 

Houston. Herald 1164 

Humansville, Star 1120 

Hume, Star 1082 1 

HuntsvUle, Herald 1642 I 

Iberia, Advocate 1:348 | 

Jackson, Missouri Cash Book 1800 

Jamesport, Gazette 1616 I 

Jasper, News 1766 I 

Jefferson City, Cole Co. Democrat 1182 

Jefferson City, Missouri School Journal. . 1486 

Jefferson Citv, State Journal 1788 

Jefferson City, Tribune 1078 

Jerico, News 1768 



MISSOURI. Page 

Kahoka, Clark Co. Gazette 10.30 

Kahoka, Herald 1796 

Kansas City, Catholic Tribune i:324 

Kansas City, Der Neue Western 1771 

Kansas Citj^ Evening Star 1272 

Kansas Citj', Gate City Press 1594 

Kansas City, Journal 1315 

Kansas City, King's Illustrated Life 1039 

Kansas City, Mid-Continent 1440 

Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas Far- 
mer 1088 

Kansas City, Palmer's Monthly 1056 

Kansas City, Post 1771 

Kansas City, Psesse 1366 

Kansas Citv, Society Record 1298 

Kansas City, Toll Gate 1380 

Kingston, Times 1324 

Kirksville, Democrat ia32 

Kirksville, Graphic 1024 

Kirksville, Journal 1040 

Knob Noster, Will Carr's Gem 1624 

La Belle, Star 1194 

Laclede, Laconic 1070 

Laddonia, Herald 1624 

Lancaster, Excelsior 1546 

La Plata, Home Press 1412 

Lebanon, Laclede Co. Sentinel 16( 8 

Lee's Summit, Journal 1290 

Lexington, Intelligencer 1722 

Lexington, Register 1642 

Linn Creek, Reveille 1782 

Louisiana, Press 1806 

Macon Cit.v, Macon Democrat 1258 

Marble Hill, People's Press 1062 

Marshfield, Webster Standard 1644 

Mary ville, Nodaway Democrat 1030 

Maysville, Register 1328 

Maysville, Republican Pilot 1012 

Memphis, Democrat , 1182 

Memphis, National 1060 

Memphis, Reveille 1038 

Middletown, Chips 1606 

Moberly, Monitor 1258 

Moberly, News 1688 

Mouticello, Lewis Co. Journal 980 

Mound City, News 1022 

Mountain Grove, Mountain Prospect 1796 

Nevada (formerlv Fulton), New Moon. . . . 957 

New London, Ralls Co. Guide 1668 

New London, Ralls Co. Record 1618 

Norborne. Independent 1054 

Odessa, Democrat 1092 

Odessa, Herald 1252 

O'Fallon, Katholischer Hausfreund 1792 

Oregon, Helt Co. Press 1314 

Osbom, Investigator 1653 

Ozark, News 1084 

Pacific, Our County Paper IL'92 

Pattonsburgh, MLssouri Veteran 1012 

Pineville, News 1624 

Pinevllle, Record 1622 

Platte City, Platte Co. Argus 1762 

Princeton, Telegraph 1622 

Renick, Reporter 14.54 

Rich Hill, Herald 1808 

Rich Hill, Western Enterprise 1461 

Richmond, Conservator 1726 

Rocheport, Commercial 1196 

Rock Port. Atchison Co. Mail 1412 

Rock Port, Missouri Agitator 1726 

Rogersville, Echo 1008 

St. Charles, Demokrat 1478 

St. Charles. News 1560 

Ste. Genevieve, Fair Play 1096 

Ste. Genevieve, Herold 1172 

St. Joseph, Herald 1340 

St. Joseph, Medical Herald 1195 

St. Joseph, Sundav Visitor 1477 

St. Joseph, Volksblatt 1497 

St. Louis, Advance 1007 

St. Louis. Alienist and Neurologist 1188 

St. Louis, Altruist 1196 

St. Louis, American .Journal of Education 1723 

St. Louis, Building Trades Journal 1103 

St. Louis, Bulletin of Commerce 1345 

St. Louis, Catholic World 1415 

St. Louis, Champion 13.51 

St. Louis, Cimeter 1422 

St. Louis, Defecator 1050 

St. Louis, Dry Goods and Grocery Re- 
porter 1250 

St. L( )uls. El Comercio Del Valle 1264 

St. Louis, Hlas 1090 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XIX 



MISSOURI. Page 

St. Louis, Hotel Reporter 1042 

St. Louis, Illustrated Magazine 943 

St. Louis, Jewish Free Press 1406 

St. Louis. Journal of Agriculture and 

American Stock Breeder 1228 

St. Louis, Kunkel's Musical Review 987 

St. Louis, La Re vista Mexicana 1064 

St. Louis, Leather Gazette 1058 

St. Louis, Legion Record 1616 

St. Louis. Le Patriote 1262 

St. Louis, Mechanic 1050 

St. Louis, Medical Brief 1360 

St. Louis, Missouri Republican 1163 

St. Louis, National American 1180 

St. Louis, National Exchange Bulletin. . . 1162 

St. Louis, National Review 1442 

St. Louis, Periscope and Clinical Review 1040 

St. Louis, Post-Dispatch 1411 

St. Louis, Problem Solved 1744 

St. Louis, South and "West 1375 

St. Louis, Tribune 1052 

St. Louis, Western Insurance Review 1278 

St. Louis, Western Trade Journal 1345 

St. Louis, Western Watchman 1587 

St. Louis, Westliche Post 1306-1307 

Salisburj', Press-Spectator 1428 

Schell City, News 1694 

Sedalia, Democrat 1747 

Sedalia, Labor Union 1764 

Sedalia, University Review 162l» 

Seneca, Dispatch 1770 

Seymour, Independent 1776 

Shelby ville, Shelby Co. Herald 1018 

Sheldon, Enterprise 1065 

Sikeston, Star of Sikeston 1189 

Slater, Index 1728 

Springfield, Express 1436 

Springfield, Reflex 1764 

Steelville, Crawford Champion Sentinel . 944 

Stewartsville. Independent 1774 

Stockton, Journal 1236 

Sturgeon, Leader 1696 

Trenton, Grundy Co. Times 1718 

Trenton, Republican Star 1658 

Troy, Herald 1574 

Tuscumbia, Miller Co. Vindicator 1728 

Union Star, Toothpick 1574 

Unionville, Educational Gleaner. 1752 

Vandalia, Leader 1732 

Verona, Independent 1588 

Versailles, Morgan Messenger 1055 

Warrensburg, Johnson Co. Star 1110 

Warrensburg, Standard 1806 

Warrenton, Central Wesleyan College 

Star 1786 

V^arrenton, Volksf reund 1478 

Warsaw, Missouri Enterprise 1696 

Warsaw^, Times 982 

Webb City, Times 1.327 

Willow Springs, Index 1449 

Windsor, Review 1064 

NEBRASKA. 

Arliugton. People's Defender 994 

Ashland, Gazette 1322 

Auburn, Nebraska Republican 944 

Auburn, Nemaha Co. Granger 1026 

Aubm-u, Post 1678 

Aurora, Republican 1154 

Bancroft, Journal 1422 

Bassett, Herald 9S0 

Beatrice, Woman's Tribune 1040 

Bloomington, Heart of Our Continent... 1645 

Bloomington, Justice 1761 

Bower, Nebraska Horticulturist 1086 

Ba-adshaw, Gazette 1798 

Bi-ewster, News 1754 

Broken Bow, Custer Co. Republican 1735 

Burnett, Blade 1574 

Cambridge, Kaleidoscope , 1344 

Cedar Rapids, Era 1786 

Cedar Rapids, Republican 1420 

Chappell, Rustler 1662 

Clarks, Messenger , 1720 

Clay Center, Sun 1314 

Columbus, Journal 14(^)2 

Cortland, Journal 1160 

Creighton, Knox Co. News 123-1 

Creighton, Pioneer 1266 

Creighton, Transcript 942 

Culbertson, Sun liso 

Davenport, Telegraph 1000 



NEBRASKA. Page 

DeWitt, Times 1572 

Doniphan, Leader 1678 

Dustin, Dispatch 9()4 

Elk Creek, Echo 1160 

Fairfield, News : 1050 

Fairmont, Fillmore Chrtmicle 1618 

Fairmont, Nebraska Signal 1622 

Falls City, Journal 15S0 

Fremont, Tribune 1035 

Fullerton, Nance Co. Journal 1330 

Fullerton, Telescope 1018 

Genoa, Enterprise 16.34 

Gibbon, Buffalo Co. Beacon 1499-1770 

Gordon, Press 1158 

Grafton, Leader 1674 

Grand Island, Independent 1258 

Hardy, Herald 982 

Hastings, Gazette JournaL 1332 

Hayes Centre, News 1616 

Hay Springs, Northwest News 1761 

Hebron, Journal 994 

Hebron, Register 1708 

Holdrege, Nebraska Nugget 1722 

Holdrege, Republican 1164 

Humboldt, Nebraska Enterprise 1014 

Humboldt, Sentinel 1142 

Humphrey, Independent 1033 

Jackson, Dakota Co. Citizen 1332 

Juniata, Herald 1030 

Kimball, Calligrapher's Quill 13^4 

Kimball, Nebraska Observer 1562 

Liberty, Gazette 1660 

Liberty, Journal 1298 

Lincoln, Freie Presse 1459 

Long Pine, Brown Co. Bugle 1755 

Long Pine, Journal 1624 

Lyons, Logan Valley Mirror 1264 

Madison, Chronicle 1444 

Minden, Kearney Co. Gazette 988 

Nebraska City, Nebraska Press 1050 

Nebraska City, Nebraska Staats-Zeitung, 990 

Nebraska City, News 1711 

Neligh, Republican 1268 

Nelson. Nuckolls Co. Herald 1662 

Nemaha City, Times 1030 

Norden, Borealis 10O7 

Norfolk, Elkhorn Valley News 1358 

North Loup, Mirror 996 

Omaha, Church Guardian 1594 

Omaha, Commercial Record 1716 

Omaha, Den Danske Pioneer 1467 

Omaha, Excelsior 1674 

Omaha, Flaneur 1369 

Omaha, Nebraska Tribune 1251 

Omaha, Nebraska Watchman 1373 

Omaha, Post und Telegraph 1268 

Omaha. Rural Nebraska and Nebraska 

Cultivat or 1317 

O'Neill, Tribune 1170 

Ord, Quiz 1666 

0.sceola, Farmers' Advocate 1314 

Oxford, Register 1168 

Pierce, Pierce Co. Call 1753 

Plum Creek. Gazette 1290 

Ponca, Advocate 1485 

Republican Citv, Topic 1758 

St. Paul, Phonograph 1202 

Scotia, Loup Vallej' Gazette 1518 

Scribner, News 1232 

Seward, Blue Valley Blade. 1774 

Seward, Nebraska Reporter 1666 

Shelton, Clipper 1674 

South Auburn, Nebraska Advertiser 1666 

South Omaha, Globe- Journal 1513 

Springfield, Monitor 1764 

Stanton, Democrat 1162 

Staplehurst, News 1779 

Stockville, Frontier Co. Faber 1712 

Stratton, Gazette 1310 

Stromsburg Republican 1806 

Superior, Guide 1678 

Superior, Journal ' 1402 

Sutton, Clay Co. Democrat 1074 

Talmage, Tribune 1670 

Wahoo, Saunders Co. Tribune 1670 

Weeping Water, Republican 1670-1700 

Wood River, Gazette 1054 



NEVADA. 



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Candelaria, True Fissure. . . / 1764 

Carson City. Free Lance 10i6 

Dayton, Lyon Co. Times 1776 

Eureka, Standard 1716 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NEVADA. 



Page 

Reno, Evening Gazette 1765 

Taylor, White Pine News 1792 

Virginia City, Evening Chronicle 1456 1767 

Winnemucca, Silver State 1404 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Alstead. Cold River Journal 

Bristol, Enterprise 

Claremont, Advocate 

Claremont, National Eagle 

Concord, People and Patriot 

Concord, Tribune 

Concord, Veteran's Advocate 

Dover, Foster's Democrat 

Dover, Republican 

East Canaan, Canaan Reporter 

Exeter, Protest 

Franklin Falls, Merrimack Journal 

Haverhill, Grafton Co. Register 

Keene, Cheshire Republican 

Keene, New England Observer 

Keene, New Hampshire Sentinel 

Lake Village, Times 

Lisbon, Index 

Manchester, Le Courrier Du New Hamp- 
shire 

Manchester, Medical Advertiser 

Manchester, Mirror and American 

Manchester, Mirror and Farmer 

Nashua, Real Estate Journal 

Newmarket, Advertiser, 

Penacook, Rays of Light 

Peterboro', Transcript 

Pittsfield, Analecta 

Plymouth, Grafton Co. Democrat 

Portsmouth, Evening Times 

Portsmouth, Journal 

Portsmouth, Penny Post 

Troy, Hojne Companion 

Warner, Independent and Times 

NEW JERSEY. 

Arlington, Kearny Watchman 

Atco, Herald and Times 

Atlantic Highlands, Independent 

Bayonne City,Bayonne Herald and Green- 
ville Register 

Bayonne City, Times 

Belvidere, Apollo 

Beverly, Banner 

Blairstown, Press 

Bloomfield, Citizen 

Boonton, Bulletin 

Bordentown, Greeting 

Bordento^vn, Register 

Bound Brook, Chronicle 

Bridgeton, Evening News 

Bridgetou, Morning Star 

Bridgeton, Pioneer 

Camden, Camden Co. Journal 

Camden, Courier 

Camden, Democrat 

Camden, Post 

Camden, Saturday Evening Express 

Cape May City, Wave 

Carlstadt, Freie Presse 

Clementon, South Jersey Advertiser 

Clinton, Democrat 

Clinton, Home Visitor 

Cranberry, Cranford Herald 

Dover, Index 

East Orange, Gazette 

Eatontown, Advertiser 

Egg Harbor, Der Pilot : . . . . 

Egg Harltor, Der Zeitgeist 

Elizabeth, Frele Presse 

Elizabeth, Journal 

Elizabeth, Sunday Leader 

Fanwood, Gazette 

Flemington, Hunterdon Republican 

Freetiold, Monmouth Democrat 

Frenchtown, Hunterdon Independent... 

Gloucester City, Reporter 

Hackensack, Bergen Index 

Hackensack, Republican 

Haddonfleld, South Jersey News and 
Directory 

Hammonton, South Jersey Republican. . 

Hoboken, Hudson Co. Journal 

Jamesburg, Record 

Jersey City, Evening Journal 

Jersey City, Hedding Herald 

Jersey City, Hudson Co. Dispatch 



1462 
1556 
1462 
1726 
1773 
1629 
1458 
1029 
1470 
1458 
16T2 
1478 

am 

979 
10:39 
1485 
1452 
1622. 

1252 
1376 
1167 
1167 
1120 
1452 
1014 
1?22 
1372 
1624 
1499 
1452 
1140 
1792 
1224 



1258 
1064 
1690 

1451 

1522 

1614 

1614 

1030 

160<5 

16U6 

960 

1347 

16:M 

1160 

1046 

1236 

12.52 

981 

1039 

1793 

1232 

1624 

1702 

970 

1268 

1600 

1280 

992 

1486 

1618 

1132 

16.7 

1186 

1707 

1046 

1280 

956 

968 

996 

955 

1216 

979 

1771 
14S4 
1629 
1682 
1145 
1176 
1046 



NEW JERSEY. Page 

Jersey City, New Jersey Freie Presse 1052 

Jersey City, New Jersey Staats Zeitung. . 1394 

Keyport, Enterprise 1606 

Keyport, Weekly 1538 

Lafayette, Shooting Star 1454 

Lambertville, Beacon 1766 

Lambertville, Record 1608 

Manasquan, Coast Democrat 1453 

Milburn, Budget 970 

Milford, Leader 1154 

Millville, Republican 1708 

Millville, Transcript 1184 

Newark, Advertiser 1539 

Newark, Der Beobachter Am Passaic 1408 

Newark, Messenger 984 

Newark, Pioneer 1692 

New Brunswick, Home News 1U72 

New Brunswick, Times 1188 

Newfleld, Item 1434 

Newton, New Jersey Herald and Sussex 

Co. Democrat 1648 

Ocean Beach, Sh ore Gazette 1092 

Ocean City, Sentinel 1482 

Orange, Journal 1400- 

Palmyra, Record 978 

Passaic, Item 1502 

Passaic, Passaic Cit j^ News 1296 

Paterson, De Telegraaf 1157 

Paterson, Labor Standard 1232 

Perth Amboy, Republican 1378 

Plainfleld, Evening News 1058 

Princeton, Press 988 

Roselle, Budget 1280 

Salem, South Jerseyman 1614 

Seabright, Sentinel 1113 

Smithville, Mechanic 1379 

Somerville, Jersey Knight 1596 

Somerville, Somerset Messenger 1668 

South Amboy, Citizen 1378 

Summit, Record 1494 

Swedesboro, Times 1758 

Tenafiy, Record 1504 

Tom's River, Ocean Co. Democrat 1048 

Trenton, Mercer Co. News and Chambers- 
burg Weekly 1296 

Trenton, Practical Educator 1372 

Trenton, State Gazette 1044 

Trenton, Sunday Advertiser 1677 

Vineland, News-Times 1428 

Washington, Review 1132 

Westfield, Independent 1280 

Williamstown. News 1608 

Woodstown, Monitor 1484 

NEW YORK. 

Adajns, Jefferson Co. Journal 1780 

Addison, Advertiser 1606 

Af ton. Enterprise 1486 

Albany, Evening Post 1376 

Albany, Evening Union 995-1712 

Albany, Freie Blaetter 1268 

Albany, Herold 995 

Albany, Medical Annals 951 

Albany, Merchants' Mail 1283 

Albany, Press and Knickerbocker 1353 

Albany, Times 993 

Albion, Orleans American 1576 

Albion, Orleans Republican 1584 

Albion. Saturday Chronicle 1580 

Alfred Centre. Alfred Sun 1484 

Allegany, News 1442 

Amenia, Times 1236 

Andes, Recorder 1310 

Angola, Record 1568 

Arcade, Leader. 1150 

Athens, Record 1206 

Attica, Advocate 1292 

Attica, News 12J0 

Auburn, Cayuga Co. Independent'. 979 

Avoca, Advance 1486 

Babylon, South Side Signal 944 

Balnbridge, Republican 15:38 

Baldwinsville, Era 1599 

Ballstou Spa, Ballston Democrat 1672 

Batavia, Spirit of tlie Times 1472 

Bay Shore, Journal 1200 

Binghamton, Leader 1736 

Bolivar, Leader 1474 

Booneville, Herald and Adirondack Tour- 
ist 14.'i8 

Brockport, Democrat 1240 

Brooklyn, Brooklyner Journal 1192 

Brooklyn, Candidate 1544 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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NEW YORK. Page 

Brooklj^n, Catholic Society Journal 1300 

Brooklyn, Gael 1440 

Brooklyn, Greenpoint Star 1275 

Brooklyn, Helping Hand 1122 

Brooklyn, Innkeepers' Journal 1268 

. Brooklyn, Magazine 1240 

Brooklyn, Market Journal 1519 

Brooklyn, Plain Talk, 1228 

Brooklyn, Record of the C. B. L 1106 

JBrooklyu, Review 1436 

Brooklyn, Standard 1641 

Brooklyn, Union 1357 

Buffalo, Demokrat 1401 

Buffalo, Farmers' Review 1219 

Buffalo, International Gazette 995 

Buffalo, Medical and Surgical Journal. . . 1436 

Buffalo, Mercantile Review 1219 

Buffalo. Milling World and Chronicle of 

the Grain and Flour Trade 1144 

Buffalo, National Coopers' Journal 1387 

Buffalo, Price Current and Live Stock Re- 
porter 1148 

Buffalo, Railway Magazine 1285 

Buffalo, XVIth Amendment 1535 

Buffalo, Sunday Truth 1118 

Buffalo, World 1692 

Callieoon Depot, Callicoon Echo 1244 

Cambridge, Washington Co. Post 959 

Camden, Advance- Journal 1474 

Canajoharie, Courier 1608 

Canajoharie, Radii 1722 

Canandaigua, Ontario Co. Journal 1614 

Canandaigua, Ontario Co. Times 1508 

Canaseraga, Times 1140 

Candor, Standard 1244 

Canton, St. Lawrence Plaindealer 998 

Cape Vincent, Democratic Eagle 1614 

Carmel, Putnam Co. Courier 1541 

Carthage, Leader 960 

Castile, Castilian 1478 

Catskill, Examiner 1016 

Catskill, Recorder 1612 

Cattaraugus, Times 1378 

Central Square, News 1424 

■Chittenango, Madison Co. Times 1116 

Cincinnatus, Otselic Valley Register 1556 

•Coeymans. Herald 1486 

Cohoes, Evening Dispatch 1654 

Cohoes, Regulator 1487 

College Point, Long Island Reporter 1018 

Cooperstown, Freeman's Journal 1668 

Cooperstown, Otsego Republican 1204 

Copenhagen, News 1590 

Corning, Democrat 159(1 

Cornwall on-Hudson, Reflector 1116 

Cortland, Democrat 1006 

Cortland, Standard 146-( 

Coxsackie, Greene Co. Democrat 944 

Croton Falls, Folio 1494 

Cuba, Patriot 1494 

Dalton, Era 1732 

Dansville, Advertiser 1504 

Dansville, Breeze 1492 

Dansville, Express 1029 

Davenport, Transcript 1696 

Delhi, Delaware Republican 1504 

Dobbs Ferry, Record 1248 

Downsville, News 1576 

Dundee, Observer 1804 

Dunkirk, Chautauqua Farmer 1130 

Dunkirk, Journal 1130 

Dunkirk, Lake Shore Observer 1130 

East Aurora, Aurora Advertiser 1502 

East Hampton, Star 1365 

East New York, Long Island Deutsche 

Zeitung 1761 

East New York, Mirror 1221 

East Syracuse. News 1446 

Edmeston, Eoho 1502 

EUenville, Journal 1016 

Ellicottsville, News 1504 

Elmira, Advertiser 1168 

Elmira, Morning Telegram 975 

Elmira, Sentinel 1582 

Fairport, Herald 946 

Fayetteville, Recorder 1542 

Fillmore, Enterprise 1794 

Fmdley's Lake, Breeze 1800 

Fishkill Landing, Fishkill Standard 1482 

Platbush, Kings Co. Gazette 1670 

Flushing, Evening Journal 1490 

Flushing, Times 1092 

Fonda, Mohawk Valley Democrat 1476 



NEW YORK. Page 

Fort Covington, Sun 970 

Fort Edward, Washington Co. Clipper... 12.52 

Fort Plain, Bowen's Budget 1372 

Fort Plain, Free Press 1478 

Port Plain, Mohawk Valley Register 1492 

Fort Plain, Standard 1492 

Fredonia, Censor 1744 

Freeville, Enterprise 1150 

Friendship, Register 1016 

Fulton, Patriot and Gazette 1016 

Fulton, Times 1492 

Fultonville, Montgomery Co. Republican 1006 

Gardiner, Weekly 1482 

Geneseo, Livingston Republican 1008 

Geneva, Gazette 1240 

Genoa, Fanciers' Friend 986 

Gilbertsville, Otsego Journal 1792 

Gilboa, Monitor 988 

Glen Cove, Gazette 1478 

Glens Falls, Messenger 1482 

Glens Falls, Morning Star 967 

Glens Falls, Republican 1218 

Glens Falls, Times 1727 

Gloversville, Intelligencer 1787 

Gloversville, Standard 1520 

Goshen, Democrat 1014 

Gouverneur, Herald-Times 999 

Granville, Republican 1100 

Greenbush, Evening Star 1428 

Greenpoint, Independent 1112 

Greenpoint, Star 1275 

Greenport, Republican Watchman 1008 

Greenville, Local 1732 

Groton. Bridge Builder 1657 

Hamilton, Democratic Volunteer 1224 

Hancock, Herald 1014 

Hannibal, News and Reveille 1670 

Hastings-onHudson, Record 1602 

Haverstraw, Rockland Co. Messenger 1806 

Haverstraw, Sentinel 1484 

Hempstead, Inquirer 1666 

Hempstead, (Jiieens Co. Sentinel 1000 

Herkimer, Citizen 1014 

Herkimer, Democrat 1504 

Hermon, Observer 1712 

HoUey, Standard 1224 

Homer, Republican KXK) 

Hoosick Falls, Rensselaer Co. Standard.. 1.502 

Hornellsville, Evening Tribune 1493 

Hornellsville, Herald 1014 

Hornellsville, Morning Times 971 

Hudson, Republican 1469 

Huntington, Long Islander 1742 

Huntington, Suffolk Bulletin 1218 

Hurley ville, Telephone l:M8 

Ilion, Citizen 1618 

Irvington, Courier 1256 

Irvington, Record 1588 

Jamaica, Long Island Democrat 1504 

Jamaica, Standard 1378 

Jamestown, Journal 1388 

Jamestown, Standard 1570 

Jamestown, Sun 1376 

Jefferson, Prattsville District Register.. . 1806 

Jeffersonvllle, Sullivan Co. Record 1308 

Johnstown, Fulton Co. Republican 1787 

Kingston (Rondout), Deutsche Zeitung 

und Beobachter am Hudson 1266 

Kingston (Rondout), Fraternal Indicator. 1138 

Kingston, Leader 1134 

Knowersville, Enterprise 1670 

Lansingburgh, Courier 1669 

Le Roy, Genesee Courier 1530 

Le Roy, Gleaner 1390 

Le Roy, Times 1500 

Lima, Recorder 982 

Livonia, Gazette 1.500 

Lockport, Niagara Dem ocrat 1284 

Lockport, Union 1284 

Long Island City, Long Island Beobachter 1.500 
Long Island City, Long Island Courier. . . 1476 

Long Island City, Star 1275 

Lowville, Journal and Republican 1570 

Lyons, Republican 16.53 

Lyons, Sentinel 1030 

Machias, Cattaraugus Star ; 942 

Malone, Farmer 1.332 

Malone, Franklin Gazette 942 

Marcellus, Observer 1522 

Margaretville, Utilitarian \... 1800 

Mari 11a, Record 1232 

Marlboro, Progress 984 

Matteawan, Fishkill Journal 1038 



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NEW YORK. 



Page 



May ville, Chautauqua Era. 

Mayville, Sentinel 

Medina, Tribune 

Mexico, Independent 

Middletown, Press 

Moravia, Valley Register 

Morris. Chronicle 

Mount Kisco, Recorder 

Mount Kisco, Weekly 

Mount Vernon, Chronicle 

Naples, Neapolitan Record 

Newark Valley, Tioga Co. Herald 

New Brighton, Richmond Co. Standard. . 

Newburgh, News 

Newburgh, Register 

New Hamburgh, Progress 

New Roehelle, Pioneer 

New Roehelle. Press 

New York, Age 

New York, American Analyst 

New York, American Angler 

New York, American Art Journal 

New York, American Bar 

New York, American Bookseller 

New York, American Bottler 

New York, American Business Guide and 
Manufacturing News 

New York, American Garden 

New York, American Hairdresser 

New York, American Hebrew 

New^ York, American Journal of Fabrics 
and Dry Goods Bulletin 

New York, American Metal Market 

New York, American Music Journal 

New York, American Progress 

New York, American Railroad Journal. . 

New York, Amerikai Nemzetor 

New York, Amerikanische Schweizer 
Zeitung 

New York, Art Age 

New York, Art Interchange 

New York, Babyhood. 

New York, Bankers' Magazine and Sta- 
tistical Register; 

New York, Baptist Review 

New York, Baptist Weekly 

New York, Beacon Light 

New York, Bonfort's Wine and Spirit 
Circular 

New York, Bowery Boy 

New York, Boj"cotter 

New York, Browne's Phonographic Jour- 
nal 

New York, Building 

New York, Carpet Trade and Review 

New York, Catholic Review 

New York, Christian Giver 

New York, Chronicle 

New York, Church Press 

New York, Clipper 

New York, Cloak, Suit and Ladies' Wear 
Review 

New York, Clothier and Furnisher 

New York, Clothing Gazette 

New York, Coal Ti*ade Journal 

New York, College Mercury 

New York, Commercial Bulletin and Auc- 
tion Record 

New York, Commercial Gazette 

New York, Commercial Magazine 

New York, Commercial News 

New York, Conimercial World and 
United States Exporter 

New York, Converted Catholic 

New York. Deaf Mutes' Journal 

New York, Decorator 

New York. Delnlk Americky 

New York, Delta Upsllon Quarterly 

New York, Der Amerikanische Bier- 
brauer 

New York, Der Frelschutz 

New Yoi'k, Der Fuehrer 

New York, Deutsch-Amerikanlsche Apo- 
thekar Zeitung 

New York, Deutsch-Amerikanische Buch- 
drucker Zeitung 

New York, Diamond 

New York, Dio Lewis' Nuggets 

New York, Dr. Foote's Health Monthly . . 

New York, Dorcas Magazine 

New York, Drake's Travellers' Magazine 

New York, Eclectic Magazine 

New York, Ehrichs' Fashion Quarterly . . 



1.522 
1.522 
1726 
1(118 
1588 
1520 
1018 
1520 
1538 
1226 
1484 
1666 
1510 
1490 
1232 
984 
1570 
1.506 
1427 
1110 
12S5 
1231 
1739 
1211 
1110 

1427 
17S7 
1140 
1459 i 

1585 
1212 
1279 
1403 
1119 
1143 

1672 

1120 

987 

1228 

1385 
1241 
1461 
1335 



1083 
1299 
1216 

1274 
969 
1316 
14-: 9 
1207 
1617 
1733 
1:341 

1311 
1311 
1333 
1220 
1216 

1181 
1205 
1135 
1529 

1077 
.1126 
17S0 
1765 
1245 
1706 

1578 
1241 
12.5S 

1G05 

1454 
1237 
12.54 
1254 
1321 
1161 
1692 
1177 



NEW YORK. Page 

New York, El Comercio 1.588 

New York, El Economista Americano.. . 1625 

New York, Electric Age 1246 

New York, Electrician and Electrical En- 
gineer 1242 

New York, El Espejo 1204 

New York, El Progreso 1100 

New York, Engineering News and Amer- 
ican Contract Journal 1328 

New York, Enquirer 1.576 

New York, Evangelist 1027 

New York, Expressman 1603 

New York, Financial and Mining Record 1260 

New York, Financial Record 1099- 

New York, Fire Record and Water 

Works Review 1286 

New York, Foreign Trade Gazette 1805 

New York, Forest and Stream 1122 

New York, Foresters' Journal 1204 

New York, Frank Leslie's Budget 1751 

New York, Frank Leslie's illustrated 

Newspaper 1751 

New York, Frank Leslie's Illustrii-te Zeit 

ung 1751 

New York, Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours 17.51 
New York, Frank Leslie's Popular 

Monthly 1751 

New York, Frank Leslie's Sunday Maga- 
zine 1751 

New York, Freeman's Journal and Cath- 
olic Register 1K91 

New York, Freihelt 1599 

New York, Freimd's Music and Drama... 1325 

New York, Furnishing Gazette 1333 

New York, Furniture Trade Review and 

Interior Decorator 1245 

New York, Galllard's Medical Journal. . . 1159 

New York, Gem 1690 

New York, Geyer's Stationer 1346 

New York. Grand Army Gazette and Na- 
tional Guardsman 1134 

New York, Grand Army Review 1229 

New York, Grocers' Journal 1394 

New York, Hall's Journal of Health 1468 

New York, Harlem Record 1373 

New York, Harper's Bazar VSS9 

New York, Harper's Magazine 1389 

New York, Harper's Weekly 1389 

New York, Harper's Young People 1389 

New York, Hatter and Furrier 1311 

New York, Hebrew Journal 124.3 

New York, Hebrew Leader 15.51 

New York, Hebrew Standard 1106 

New York. Home Decoration 987 

New York, Homiletic Review 1410 

New York, Hotel Reporter 1101 

New York, Hour 1339 

New York. Household Companion 1393 

New York, Hub 1116 

New York, II Progresso Italo-Americauo. 1206 

New York, Indicator 1109 

New York, Insurance Critic 1145 

New York, Jerry McAuley's Newspaper . 1278 

New York, Jewish Reformer 1791 

New York, Journal 1340 

New York, .Junges Volk 1181 

New York, Katholisches Volksblatt 1276 

New York, Knights of Honor Standard. . 1114 

New York, La America 13;56 

New York, La Cuisine 980 

New York, Ladies' Floral Cabinet 1579 

New York, La Republica 1716 

New York, Las Novedades 1124 

New York, Leisr re Hours 1310 

New York, Les Petites Afflches 1327 

New York, Lodge Club and association 

Record. . . 949 

New York, Magazine of American His- 
tory 1397 

New York, Marine Journal 1264 

New York, Maritime Reporter 1353 

New York, Market Journal and Price 

Current li'29 

New York, Medical Advocate 1247 

New York, Medico-Legal Journal 1081 

New York, Mercantile Journal 1312 

New York, Metropolitan 1324 

New York. Mining Stock Register and 

Journal of Finance 1131 

New York, Musical Courier 1123 

New York, Music Trade Review 1210 

New York, National Bottlers' Gazette.. . . IISR 
New York, Nautical Gazette 1105 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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NEW YORK. 



Page 



York', Spectator 16U5 

York, Spirit of Missions 127(i 



New York, Newsdealer and Stationer — 1405 
New York, New Yorker Belletristiches 

Journal 1611 

New York, New Yorker Gerichts Zeituns 1326 
New York, New Yorker Handel's Zeitung 1296 

New York, New Yorker Herold 1203 

New York, New Yorker Judische Zeitung 1344 
New York, New Yorker Medizinisclie 

Presse 1747 

New York, New Yorker Revue 1208 

New York, New Yorker Volks Zeitung. . . 1785 

New York, New Yorker Zeitung 120:3 

New York, Next of Kin and Helrs-at-Law 

Gazette UIJ 

New York, Nordstjernan 1465 

New York, North American Review 1 404 

New York, Oesterreichisch-Amerikan- 

ische Zeitung 1511 

New York, Our Second Century 1807 

New York, Paper Mill and Printing and 

Stationery World. 1331 

New York, Philadelphia Photograuher. . 1303 

New York, Problems of Nature 1480 

New York, Produce Exchange BulU tin. . 1627 

New York, Progressive American 1805 

New York, Railway News 1297 

New York, Rainbow 1284 

New York, Record 1-78 

New York, Retailer 1593 

New York, Retail Grocers' Advocate 1256 

New York, Saloon Journal 1346 

New York, Sanitary Plumber 17(iO 

New York, Sanning Oeh Frid 1752 

New York, Scottish American Journal.. . 12o6 
New York, Sheldon's Dry Goods Price 

List 1273 

New York, Sheltering Arms 1422 

New York, Silk Culture 1009 

New 

New _ , ^ 

New York, Stage Gazette 1031 

New York, Stockholder 1127 

New York, Sunday Advertiser 1149 

New York, Sunday Democrat 1262 

New York, Sunday Times and JNlessenger l(i33 

New York, Svenska Posten 1719 

New York, Thompson's American Bank 

Report 1669 

New York, Tid Bits 1130 

New York, Times 1085 

New York, Town Topics 1239 

New York, Underwood's Bank Reporter. 1340 
New York, Underwood's Counterfeit Re- 
porter 1340 

New York, United Service 1762 

New York, United States Sewing Ma- 
chine Times 1765 

New York, United States Treasury Coun- 
terfeit Detector 1777 

New York, Uptown News 1303 

New York, Uptown Visitor 1133 

New York, Voice 1410 

New York, Voice 1199 

New York, Westchester Times 1139 

New York, Wild Fire 1673 

New York, World Travel Gazette 1439 

New York, Young Christian Soldier 1276 

North Pharsalia, Quill and Press 974 

Nyack, Independent Advertiser 1033 

Ogdensburgh, Advance and St. Lawrence 

Democrat 1460 

Ogdensburgh, Joiu'nal 1465 

Ogdensburgh, News 1390 

Ogdensburgh, St. Lawrence Republican 

and Journal 1465 

Ogdensburgh, Signal 1214 

Olean, Democrat 1715 

Clean, Herald 1715 

Olean, Times 1540 

Oneida, Saturday Post 1350 

Oneonta, Pi-ess 1530 

Oriskany Falls, News 1754 

Oswego, Palladium 1483 

Ovid, Independent 11^02 

Owego, Blade 1463 

Owego, Gazette 1108 

Owego, Times 1789 

Owego, Tioga Co. Record 1516 

Oxford, Times 1510 

Palmyra, Courier 1516 

Parish, Oswego Co. Sun and Mirror 998 

Patchogue, Advance 1516 1586 

Patchogue, Suffolk Democrat 1768 



NEW YORK. Page 

Pawling, Pioneer 1232 

PennYan, Democrat 1530 

Penn Yan, Express 1564 

Penn Yan, Yates Co. Chronicle 1018 

Perry, Herald 1 T08 

Phoenix, Register 996 

Pike,-Gazette ITOO 

Plattsburgh, Le National 1262 

Plattsburgh, Morning Telegram 1677 

Plattsburgh, Sentinel 1488 

Port Byron. Chronicle 1568 

Port Chester, Journal 1138 

Port Jefferson, Long Island News Letter. 1230 

Port Jefferson. Times 1214 

Port Jervis, Evening Gazette 955 

Port Jervis, Orange Co. Farmer 1705 

Potsdam, Courier and Freeman 1522 

Potsdam, St. Lawrence Herald 1714 

Poughkeepsie, Brighter Days 1360 

Prattsville, News 1018 

Randolph, Courant 1474 

Red Hook, Journal 1674 

Rhinebeck, Gazette 1230 

Richfield Springs, Mercury 1040 

Rochester, Commercial Review 1106 

Rochester, Echo 999 

Rochester, Educational Gazette 1128 

Rochester, Katholische Volkszeitung 972 

Rochester, Morning Herald 1304 

Rochester, Sun 1598 

Rochester, Sunday Morning Herald 149d 

Rochester, Union and Advertiser 1359 

Rochester, Vick's Illustrated Magazine. . . 1286 

Rochester, Volksblatt 1117 

Rome. Harness Gazette 994 

Rome, Republican 1676 

Rome, Roman Citizen 1536 

Roslvn, News 1210 

Rushford, Spectator 990 

Sag Harbor, Corrector 1536 

St. Johnsville, Herald-Times 1702 

Salamanca, Cattaraugus Republican 963 

Salamanca, Freethinkers' Magazine 1498 

Salem, Axiom l''^24 

Salem, Review-Press 1524 

Sandy Creek, News 1560 

Sandy Hill, Herald 1038 

Sandy Hill, Washington Co. Observer — 986 

Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Eagle 1216 

Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Evening Jour- 
nal 1 186 

Saratoga Springs, Saratogian 1120 

Saugerties, Evening Post 1136 

Saugerties, Telegraph 1498 

Schenectady, Gazette 1498 

Schenectady, Union 1434 

Schoharie, Republican 1498 

Seneca Falls, Seneca Co. Courier.. 1499 

Seneca Falls, Seneca Co. Journal 1671 . 

Sherburne, News 1292 

Sidney Plains, Sidney Record 1592 

Silver Creek, Local 1276 

Sing Sing, Democratic Register 1142 

Sing Sing, Republican 1142 

Southampton, Sea-Side Times 994 

Spencer, Herald 1564 

Springville, Journal and Herald 1494 

Stapleton, Richmond Co. Gazette 1278 

Stapleton, Richmond Co. Herald 1464 

Stapleton, Staten Island Leader 1494 

Stony Brook. Rural Long Islander and 

Poultry-Keepers' Guide 1340 

Suspension Bridge, Journal 1496 

Syracuse, Journal 1410 

Syracuse, Sunday Times 1467 

Tarrytown, Argus 1496 

Theresa, Jefferson Co. Herald 1270 

Tottenville, Westfleld Times 1742 

Troy, Catholic Weekly 1007 

Troy, Ob.server 1740 

Troy, Telegram 1707 

Troy, Times 11'7 

Tm-ln, Gazette 1132 

Union Springs, Advertiser 1022 

Utica, Deutsche Zeitung und Oneida 

Demokrat 1318 

Utica, Living Issue 1132 

Utica, News 1610 

Utica, Saturday Globe 985 

Utica, Sunday Tribune 98( 

Utica, Wine and Ale Vault 1148 

Valatie, Kinderhook Rough Notes li'22 

Victor, Herald 1728 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NEW YORK. Page 

Walden, Herald 1718 

Wa Men, Wallkill Valley Times 974 

Walton, Reporter InfjO 

Wapplngers Falls, Chronicle 149(5 

Warsaw, Western New Yorker 1548 

Warwick, Advertiser 1560 

Warwick, Dispatch 14.34 

Waterloo, Seneca Co. News 1022 

Watertown, Temperance Advocate 1108 

Waterville, Reflex 1676 

Water ville. Times and Hop Reporter 1613 

Watkins, Democratic Herald 1728 

Way land. Union Advertiser 1 141 

Weedsport, Cayuga Chief 1452 

Wells, Adirondack Herald 1264 

Wells, Journal and Republican 984 

Wellsville, Allegany Co. Democrat 1784 

Wellsville, Reporter 1398 

Westfield, Formulary 984 

Westford, Pastoral Visitor 1528 

West New Brighton, Staten Island Star. . 982 

West Troy, Journal and Democrat 1678 

Whitehall, Chronicle 16.34 

Whitehall, Times 1496 

White Plains, Eastern State Journal 1472 

Whitestone, Herald 1242 

Windsor, Standard I(i22 

Wolcott, Lake Shore News 1560 

Woodhull, Steuben Sentinel 1590 

Worcester, Express 1326 

Yonkers, Gazette 1609 

Youkers, Herald 1294 

NORTH CAROLINA, 

Asheville, Southern Advertiser 1518 

Asheville, Western North Carolina Bap- 
tist (formerly Henderson ville Blue 

Ridge Baptist) 11:54 

Bakersville. Methodist Herald 1700 

Bush Hill, Prohibition Leader 1596 

Carthage, Moore Gazette 1.530 

ChaperniU, Universitj' Magazine 1428 

Charlotte, Carolina Gazette 1720 

Concord, North Carolina Temperance 

Advocate 1767 

Concord, Times 1044 

Dallas, Light-House 1246 

Edenton, Albermarle Enquirer 1538 

Elizabeth City, Falcon 1066 

Elizabeth City, North Carolinian 1142 

Elizabethtown, Bladen Bulletin 1.596 

Forest City, Record 1066 

Franklinton, Weekly 1672 

Greensboro, North State 15.38 

Greensboro, Patriot ; 1678 

Greenville, Democratic '.Standard 1072 

Henderson, Southern Woman 1266 

Hickory, Western Carolinian 1712 

Hisrh Point, Enterprise 1438 

Jefferson, Appalachian Philosopher 118^ 

Kernersville, News 1211 

Kinston, Free Press 1552 

Laurinburg, Exchange 1258 

L^aksville, Dan Valley Echo 9S6 

Lexington, Davidson Dispatch 1536 

LouisVjurg, Franklin Times 15:30 

Louisburg, Rattler 947 

Lumberton, Robesonian 17:36 

Marion, McDowell Bugle 1:362 

Monroe, Enquirer and Express 1.564 

Mount Airy, Yadkin Valley News 996 

Murphy, Bulletin 1716 

New-Berne, Free-Will Baptist 1252 

Oakdale, Student : . . . 1404 

Oxford. Torchlight 988 

Pittsborough, Home 1526 

Potecasi, Roanoke Patron 942 

Raleigh, News and Observer 1098 

Raleigh, Spirit of the Age 990 

Reidsville, Times 1(U9 

Rockingham, Richmond Rocket 1653 

Rocky Mount, Tar River Talker 1610 

Rutherfordton, Mountain Banner 1454 

Salem, People'.s Press 1172 

Salisbury, North Carolina Herald 960 

Salisbury, Star of Zlon 1?26 

Shelby, Aurora 1680 

Shelby, Cleveland New Era 1 727 

Smit hfleld, Herald 1220 

Snow Hill, Greene Co. Enterprise 17.52 

Southern Pines, Southern Colonist ^1.386 

Tarboro, Southerner ^ 1676 

TaylorsvlUe, Alexander Co. Journal 1420 



NORTH CAROLINA. Page 

Wadesboro, Anson Times 982 

Wadesboro, Intelligencer 1408 

Washington, Gazette 1698 

Washington, Watch Tower 1702 

Waj-nesville, News 1183 

Wilmington, Morning Star 1581 

Wilmington, Review 963 

Winston, Western Sentinel 1720 

Yanceyville, Caswell News 1180 

OHIO. 

Adelphi, Border News , 1072 

Akron, National Journal of Carp Culture 1380 

Akron, Sunday Gazette 1037 

Alliance, Leader i548 

Andover, Citizen 1218 

Ashland, Sun 1007 

Ashtabula, News 14.52 

Ashtabula, Telegraph 1564 

Ashville, Enterpi-ise 984 

Athens, Journal 1570 

Athens, Messenger 982 

Attica, Journal 1274 

Attica, Medical Compend 1202 

Barnesville, Enterprise 1554 

Bata via, Clermont Advance 1 1 22 

Batavia, Clermont Courier 1270 

Bellaire, Herald 14.34 

Bellbrook, Moon 1312 

Belief ontaine, Logan Co. Index 1564 

Belief ontaine. Republican 1009 

Bellevue, Gazette 986 

Berea, Advertiser 1474 

BettsviUe, Enterprise 1424 

Bowling Green, Wood Co. Democrat 1440 

Bradford, Independent Sentinel 1350 

Brooklyn Village, Cuyahogan 1356 

Bucj'rus, Crawford Co. News 1627 

Burton, Geauga Leader 1592 

Cadiz, Republican 1312 

Caledonia, Argus 988 

Cambridge, Eastern Ohio Teacher 1676 

Cambridge, Guernsey Times 1026 

Cambridge, Herald 1744 

Cambridge, Jeff ersonian 99;) 

Camden, Gazette 1618 

Canal Winchester, Winchester Times 1596 

Canton, Journal 1669 

Canton, Repository 939 

Carrollton, Carroll Free Press 1182 

Cedarville, Herald 1712 

Celina, Mercer Co. Standard 988 

Chardon, Geauga Republican 15.50 

Cheshire, Central Freewill Baptist 1756 

ChilUcothe, Advertiser 1546 

Chillicothe, News 972 

ChilUcothe, Ross Co. Register 972 

Chillicothe, Scioto Gazette 1026 

Cincinnati, American Grange Bulletin. . . 1053 

Cincinnati, Artisan 1150 

Cincinnati, Bauvereius-Telephon 1763 

Cincinnati, Beta Theta Pi 1372 

Cincinnati, Cinclnnatier Sontagsblatt 960 

Cincinnati, Evening Telegram 1623 

Cincinnati, Express Gazette 1725 

Cincinnati, Family Circle 1346 

Cincinnati, Field and Farm 1773 

Cincinnati, Freie Presse 9S2 

Cincinnati, Goodwin's National Journal 

of Historical Events 1373 

Cincinnati, Medical News i:396 

Cincinnati, Musical Standard 960 

Cincinnati, National Temperance Star. . . 1.373 

Cincinnati. Our Little Grangers 1053 

Cincinnati, Present 1189 

Cineimiati, Price Current and Commer- 
cial Review 1648 

Cincinnati, South-West 1 1.52 

Cincinnati, Times-Star 10*)3 

Cincinnati, Trap and Trigger 1078 

Cincinnati, Volksblatt 1559 

Cincinnati, Wahrheitsfreund 1.586 

Circleville, Press 1650 

Circleville, Union-Herald 1650 

Clarlngtou, Independent 970 

Cleveland, Blene 1570 

Cleveland, Brainard's Musical World 14(»8 

Cleveland, Chronicle 1:301 

Cleveland, Der Sendbote 1130 

Cleveland, East End Signal 982 

Cleveland, Farmer and Manufacturer 1619 

Cleveland, Gazette 1528 

Cleveland, Journal of Trade 1168 



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OHIO. Page 

Cleveland, Marine Record 12:^) 

Cleveland, People's Tabernacle 1U42 

Cleveland, Plain Dealer 1399 

Cleveland, Saturday Graphic 953 

Cleveland, Sentinel K'17 

Cleveland, Sunday Journal JllM 

Cleveland, Sunday Tribune 1392 

Cleveland, Volnost 1276 

Clyde, Christian Witness 1736 

Clyde, Earnest Worker 995 

ClVde, Review 1772 

Co'llege Corner, Tri-County Record 1788 

Columbiana, Independent Register 1456 

Columbiana, Times 1386 

Columbus, City and Country 1182 

Columbus, Der Ohio Sonntagsgast 1370 

Columbus, Der Westbote 1398 

Columbus, Masonic Chronicle 1220 

Columbus. Medical Journal 1576 

Columbus, Ohio State Journal 1409 

Columbus, Ohio State Tribune 1794 

Columbus, Sunday Herald 1424 

Columbus, Sunday Morning News 1528 

Columbus, Sunday Capital 1727 

Conneaut, Reporter 1618 

Coshocton, Age 1039 

Coshocton, Wochenblatt 17.54 

Covington, Gazette 990 

Creston, Journal 1 1 94 

Dayton, Commoner 13.50 

Dayton, Evening Record 1631 

Dayton, Farm and Household. .' 1808 

Defiance, Defiance Co. Express 1014 

De Graff, Buckeye 1462 

Delaware. Gazette 1497 

Delphos, Courant 1722 

Dennison, Tuscarawas Chronicle 1022 

Doylestown, Journal 1523 

East Liverpool, Crisis 1302 

East Liverpool, Tribune 1678 

East Palestine, Valley Echo 1506 

Elmore, Tribune 1548 

Elyria, Poultry Nation 956 

Elyria, Poultry News 956 

Felicity, Times 1532 

Findlay, Hancock Courier 1488 

Kindlay, Jeffersonian 1086 

Findlay, Republican 1506 

Forest, Review 1172 

Fostoria, Review 1018 

Frankfort, Sun 1022 

Freeport, Press 17i 2 

Fremont, Democratic Messenger 1618 

Fremont, Journal 1458 

Gallipolis, Bulletin 1638 

Gallipolis, Journal 9S6 

Geneva, Ashtabula Co. Times 1564 

Geneva, Free Press 1762 

Georgetown, Brown Co. Democrat 1600 

•Georgetown, Gazette 1738 

Germantown, Press 1318 

Granville, Times 1452 

Greenville, Die Post 1678 

Greenville, Journal 1452 

Greenwich, Enterprise 1442 

Hamden Junction, Hamden Enterprise.. 1634 

Hamilton, Herald 1510 

Hayesville, Journal 14:34 

Hiram, Beaman's Bugle 1672 

Ironton, Busy Bee 1702 

Ironton. Saturday Irontonian 1448 

Jackson, Herald 1718 

Jackson, Journal 1634 

Jackson. Standard 1402 

Jamestown, Tribune 1594 

Jefferson, Ashtabula Sentinel 1030 

Jefferson, Gazette 1678 

Jeffersonville, Ohio Citizen 1621 

Johnstown, Independent 956 

Kenton, Das Wochenblatt 990 

Kenton, Democrat 1(»78 

Kingsville, Tribune 1276 

Lancaster, Fairfield Co. Republican 1698 

Lancaster, Gazette 1658 

Lebanon, Patriot 1510 

Leesburgh, Buckeye 135 f 

Leesville. Connotton Valley Times 16(0 

Leipsic, Free Press 1258 

Lima, Democratic Times 1709 

Lima, Der Courier 986 

Lima, Gazette 980 

Lima, Republican 1540 

Lithopolis, Lithopolitan Home News 1193 



OHIO . Page. 

London, Madison Co. Democrat 984 

London, Times 1082 

Loudonville, Democi'at 177C 

Loveland, Entei'prise 1082 

McComb, Herald 1230 

Macksburg, Margin 1716 

Madisoli, Index 1 140 

Manchester, Signal 16:34 

Mansfield, Herald « 1472 

Mansfield, News 1:338 

Mansfield, Richland Shield and Banner.. 1534 

Marietta, Leader , 1070 

Marietta, Register 1013 

Marietta, Times 1474 

Marietta, Zeitung 1714 

Martin's Ferry, Ohio Valley New s 1584 

Marysville, Times 1458 

Medina, Democrat 1272 

Medina, News 1534 

Middleport, Herald 1013 

Minerva, News 1018 

Monroe, Our Story Paper 1594 

Mount Gilead, Poultry Magnet 949 

Mount Orab, Monitor 1302 

Mount Sterling, Post 1272 

Mount Vernon, Democratic Banner 1485 

Mount Vernon, Republican 1462 

Mount Washington, Public School Jour 

nal 1625 

Navarre, Independent 1 786 

Nelsonville, News 1092 

Newark, Christian Witness 17:36 

New Carlisle, Sun 1096 

New Comerstown, Index 1018 

New Lisbon, Ohio Patriot 1172 

New Paris, Mirror 1454 

New Richmond, News 1486 

North Baltimore, Beacon 1670 

Norwalk, Journal 1670 

Norwalk, Reflector 1485 

Oak Harbor, Press 1014 

Oberlin, News 1014 

Ori-ville, Crescent 1014 

Painesville, Northern Ohio Journal 1016 

Painesville, Telegraph 1726 

Paulding, Paulding Co. Gazette 1188 

Perrysburg, Journal 1512 

Petersburg, Press 1466 

Piketon, Tribune 1.363 

Pioneer, Tri-State Alliance 1 188 

Piqua, Call 1017 

Piqua, Der Correspondent 1118 

Piqua, Miami Helmet 1436 

Piqua, Miami Leader 1520 

Plymouth, Advertiser 1636 

Port Clinton, Ottawa Co. News 1730 

Portsmouth, Camp Fire 958 

Portsmouth, Correspondent 17.58 

Prospect, Monitor 1670 

Quaker City, Independent 14.34 

Ravenna, Republican . . 1674 

Richmond. Radiator 1416 

Ripley, Bee and Times 958 

Ripley, Public Herald 1340 

Rockwood, Crescent 1216 

Sabina, News 1116 

St. Clair.sville. Gazette 1636 

Salem, Buckeye Vidette 1636 

Salem, Republican 1116 

Sandusky, Local 1108 

Sandusky, Register 1717 

Scio, Herald 1520 

Shanesville, News 1216 

Shawnee, Banner 1462 

Shelby, Free Press 1346 

Shiloh, Gleaner 1710 

Shiloh, Review 1616 

Shreve. News 1016 

Sidney, Valley Sentinel 1-516 

Smithfield, Times 1016 

South Charleston, Sentinel 1464 

South Solon, Echo 1378 

Spencerville, Journal 1584 

Springfield, Globe Republic < 1217 

Springfield, Lutheran Evangelist.' 1382 

Springfield, Ohio State Tribune.. . ." ' 1794 

Springfield, Saturday Night .\.... 1407 

Springfield, Springflelder Journal — >. . . 1726 

Springfield, Sunday News 1453 

Steubenville, Gazette 1741 

Steubenville, Gei-mania 1268 

SteJabenville, Herald 1749 

Steffbenville, Ohio Press 941 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



OHIO. Page 

Strongsville, Young Folks' Musical 

Monthly 1108 

Tiffin, Die Tiffin Presse 1218 

Tiffl n, Herald 149S 

Tiffin, News 1654 

Toledo, American 1454 

Toledo, Carew's Game Breeder 1280 

Toledo, Commercial 147C 

Toledo, Evening Bee 1432 

Toledo, Farmers' Reporter and Our Na- 
tional Union Magnet 1596 

Toledo. Health and Home 997 

Toledo, Industrial News 12(jO 

Toledo, News 1260 

Toledo, Northern Oiuo Democrat. . . .1646-169(1 

Toledo, Sundaj- Democrat 1646-169(1 

Toronto, Tribune 1552 

Tro}', Democrat lOlO 

Troy, Miami Union 1U22 

Uhrichsville, Tuscarawas Chronicle 1022 

Uhrlchsville, Tuscarawas Co. Democrat. 1568 

Upper Sandusky, Chief 1576 

Urbana, Cliampalgn Democrat 1392 

Urbana, Citizen 1654 

Utica, Herald 1560 

Van Wert, Bulletin 966 

Van Wert, Republican 1576 

Wakeman, Independent Press 1600 

Warren, Chronicle 1803 

Warren, Western Reserve Democat 1374 

Washington Court House, Fayette Re 

publican • 1538 

Wauseon, Fulton Co. Tribune 1226 

Wauseon, North Western Republican 1674 

Wavnesville, Miami Gazette 1714 

Wellston, Argus 1058 

Wellsville. Union 1604 

Westerville, Public Opinion 1024 

West Liberty, Banner 1524 

West Manchester, Record 16(t4 

Weston, Wood Co. Herald 966 

West Union, Adams Co. New Era 1722 

West Union, People's Defender 1626 

Willoughby, Independent 1638 

Willshire, Gazette 1505 

Wilmington, Journal 1516 

Winchester, Sentinel 1446 

Woodsfleld, Monroe Gazette 1038 

WoodsHeld, Monroe Journal 1128 

Wooster, Herald 1674 

Wooster, Journal 1734 

Wooster, Republican . 1.538 

Xenia, Home Weekly 1640 

Xenia, Repul^lican 1138 

Xenia, Torchlight 1276 

Yellow Springs, Review 1450 

Youngstown, Evening Telegram 1697 

Youngstown, Rundschau 1596 

Youngstown, Saturday Night 1114 

Youngstown, Vindicator 1784 

Zanesville, American Poultry Adviser... 1737 

Zanesville, Courier 1114 

Zanesville, Family Herald 1740 

Zanesville, Ohio Farmers' Journal 1261 

Zanesville, Shepherds' National Journal 

and Rural Era 1418 

Zanesville, Signal 1677 

OREGON. 

Albany, Bulletin 1772 

Alliany, State Rights Democrat 978 

Arlington, Enterprise 1312 

Astoria, Morning Astorian 1795 

Baker City, Baker Co. Reveille 1692 

Canyon City. Grant Co. News 1S07 

Centerville, CentervllUan 1790 

Corvallis, Gazette 17:W 

Dallas, Polk Co. Itemizer 1746 

EUensburg, Gold Beach Gazette 1708 

Eugene City, Oregon State Journal 9S2 

Eugene City. Register 1684 

Forest Grove, Pacific Pharos 1691 

Heppner, Gazette 1038 

Independence. West Side 17:18 

Jack.sonville, Democratic Times 99l) 

Joseph. Wallowa Chieftain 1282 

Lafayette, Oregon Register 986 

La Grande. Gazette 1682 

Link ville, Klamath Star 1322 

31cMiunville, Yam Hill Reporter 1714 

Monmouth, Christian Herald 1720 

Pendleton, Tribune 17*4 

Portland, Catholic Sentinel 1650 



OREGON. Page 

Portland, Journal of Commerce 1368 

Portland, North-Western Farmer and 

Dairyman 177& 

Portland, Official Railway Guide 1265 

Portland, Pacific Christian Advocate 995 

Portland, Sunday Mercury 1410 

Roseburg, Plaindealer 1724 

Salem, Oregon Vidette and Anti-Monop- 
olist 1702 

Salem, Talk 1798 

The Dalles, TimesOIouniaineer 1718 

Union, Mountain Sentinel 1.558 

Union, Oregon Scout 14<]& 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Allegheny, Der Somitagsbote 1754 

Allentown, Chronicle and News 1701 

AUentown, City Item and Evening Tele- 
gram 963 

Altoona, Blair Co. Radical 1122: 

Altoona, Der Deutsche Volks-Fuehrer 1164 

Altoona, Morning Tribune, 1064 

Altoona, Sunday News 1122 

Altotma, Times 1228 

Ambler, Gazette 1218 

Ashland, Advocate 1506 

Athens, Gazette 990 

Bangor, Observer 1532 

Beaver, Argus and Radical 1784 

Beaver, Star 1742 

Beaver Falls, Evening Tribune 1260 

Beaver Falls. Globe 1377 

Belief onte, Fountain 1775 

Bellefonte, News 1059 

Bellefonte, Republican 105S 

Bennett, Star 999 

Berlin, Record 1.S40 

Bloomsburgh, Columbia Co. RepuVjlican. 1510 

Blossburgh, Register 1744 

Boyertown, Demokrat 1484 

Braddock, Free Press 1352 

Bi-addock, Sun 1552 

Braddock, Tribune 1252 

Bradford, Star Mail 1540 

Bradford, Sunday News 1302 

Bristol, Bucks Co. Gazette 14Sa 

Bristol, Observer 1568 

Bryn Mawn, Home News 1138 

Burgetcstown, Enterprise 1504 

Butler, Democratic Herald 1250 

Butler, Times 1176 

Cambridgeboro, Cambridge News 1722 

Cannonsburg, Herald 1532 

Cannonsburg, Rural Notes 1538 

Canton, Sentinel 15,56 

Carlisle, Dickinsonian 1805 

Carlisle, Evening Sentinel 967 

Catasauqua, Dispatch 1504 

Catawissa, News Item 982 

Chambersburgh, Franklin Repository 1392 

Chester, Brotherhood 1054 

Chester, Delaware Co. Democrat 1.504 

Chester, Evening News 1757 

Chester, Times 1342 

Christiana, Ledger 978 

Clarion, Republican Gazette 1176 

Claysville, Independent 1582 

Coal Center. Valley Messenger '.076 

Columbia, Courant 1504 

Columbia, Herald 1536 

Columbia, Spy 1530 

Conneautville, Courier I(i66 

Cookport, Port Monitor 1296 

Corry, Flyer 1696 

Coudersport, Potter Co. Journal 1.524 

Danville, Intelligencer 1748 

Danville, Record 1070 

Danville, Sun 1170 

Downingtown, Chester Co. Archive 1070 

Driftwood, Gazette 1600 

Dubois, Express 966 

Duncannon, Record 1274 

Easton, Council Brand 1544 

East Stroudsburg, Monroe News 1730 

Ebensburg, Cambria Freeman 1258 

Ebensburg, Cambria Herald 1542 

Edinboro, Independent 980 

Eldred, Eagle 1536 

Elizabeth, Herald 1536 

Elizabt'thtown, Chronicle 980 

Elkland, Journal 1734 

Emlenton, Critic 974 

Erie, Advertiser 1560 



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PENNSYLVANIA. Page 

Erie, Evening Hei-aUl 1710 

Erie, Lake Sliore Home Magazine 1704 

Erie, Morning Dispatcli ir)65 

Erie, Observer 1740 

Erie, Star of JJberty 1442 

Erie, Suniiaj- Graphic 1246 

Everett, Press lOoO 

Farniersville, Weber's Magazine of Hu- 
man Culture 11 75 

Florin, Independent 16;?8 

Franklin. Venango Spectator 1404 

Freeburgli. News 129(i 

Freeland, Progress 11(54 

Gallitzin, News 1696 

Gettysburg, Compiler 1654 

Gettysburg, Star and Sentinel 1472 

Greeucastle, Press 1586 

Greencastle, Valley Echo 984 

Greensboro, Graphic 15S4 

Greensburgli, Evening Press 1789 

Greensburgh, Tribune and Herald 1760 

Greenville, Independent 1786 

Greenville, Progress 1030 

Grove City, Telephone 1420 

Hamburgh, Item 1522 

Harrisburg, Morning Call 1454 

Harrisburg, Morning Telegram 1312 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvanische S t a a t s - 

Zeitung 1037 

Hawley, Tunes 1046 

Hazleton, Plain Speaker 1596 

Hazleton, Volksblatt 1220 

Hollidaysburgh, Register 1524 

Holmesburgh, News 1200 

Homestead, Local News 1522 

Homestead, Peoples Weekly 1343 

Honesdale, Wayne Independent 1035 

Honev Brook, Graphic 1030 

Hughesville, Mail 1046 

Hulmeville, Delaware Valley Advance.. . 1522 

Huntingdon, Journal 1164 

Huntingdon, Monitor 1670 

ludiana, Democrat 1526 

Indiana, News 1308 

Irwln, Westmoreland Standard 1350 

Jamestown, Sentinel 1522 

Jenkintown, Out Look 1372 

Johnstown, Tribune 1591 

Kane, Leader 942 

Kittanning, Armstrong Democrat and 

Sentinel 1512 

Kittanning, Armstrong Republican 1166 

Kittanning, Times 1702 

Knoxvllle, Courier 1130 

Lancaster, Knights of Pythias Magazine. 1120 

Lansdale, Democrat 1438 

Laporte, Sullivan Republican 1G04 

Lawrenceville, Herald 1166 

Lebanon, Times 967 

Leechburg, Albatross 1653 

Leliighton, Carbon Advocate 1530 

Le Raysville, Advertiser 974 

Lewistown, Free Press 1516 

Lewistown, Gazette 1226 

Linesville, Herald 1578 

Lock Haven, Democrat 959 

Lykens, Register 1612 

McKeesport, Sunday Herald 1343 

McKeesport, Times 1653 

McKeesport, Tribune and Herald 1396 

McVeytown, Journal 1224 

Mahanoy City, Local 1072 

Mahanoy City, 3Tahanoy Tribune 1096 

Mahanoy City, Record 1186 

Malvern. Item 1670 

Mansfield, Advertiser 1.530 

Mansfield Valley, Business Man 966 

Mansfield Valley, Mansfield Item 962 

Marietta, Register 1526 

Marietta, Times 1036 

Marion (Brady P. O.), Independent 1538 

Mauch Chunk, Democrat 1038 

Meadville, Crawford Journal 1476 

Mercer, Dispatch 1658 

Meyersdale, Commercial 1550 

Middletown, Journal 1524 

Mifflinburgh, Telegraph 1526 

Miffllntown, Democrat and Register 1072 

Mifflintown, Juniata Herald 1272 

Millersburg, Herald 1224 

Millersburg, Sentinel 1258 

Mlllheim, Journal 1064 

Mills, Agents' Friend 117S 



PENNSYLVANIA. Page 

Mill Village, Herald 966 

Milton, Argus 1548 

Montrose, Independent Republican 1054 

Montrose, Sentinel 972 

Mount Joy, Herald 1232 

Mount Joy, Star and News 1116 

Mverstown, Lebanon Valley Teacher 1588 

NanticDke, Sun 1.526 

New Bethlehem, Vindicator 946 

New Bloomtteld, People's Advocate and 

Press 1028 

New Castle. Courant 1668 

New Castle, Democrat 962 

New Holland, Clarion 1532 

New Oxford, Item 1674 

Newport, News 1532 

Newton Hamilton, Standard 1440 

Newton Hamilton, Watchman 1400 

Newville, Cupid's Corner 1115 

Newville, Times 1111 

Norristown, Herald.... 1386 

Norristown, Montgomery Co. Law Re- 
porter 1610 

Norristown, National Defender 1546 

Norristown, Register 1461 

Oil City, Irrepressible Conflict 1514 

Orbisonia, Dispatch 946 

Oxford, Press 1408 

Parker, Parker City Phoenix 15021-704 

Pen Argyle, Index 954 

Perkasie, Banner 948 

Perkasie, Central News 1552 

Philadelphia, Abend Post 1700 

Philadelphia, American 953 

Philadelphia, American Journal 1318 

Philadelphia, American Journal of Phar- 
macy 1657 

Philadelphia, American Police Record . . . 1027 

Philadelphia, American World 1635 

Philadelphia, Archives of Pediatric.> 1140 

Philadelphia, Brewers' and Dealers' Jour- 
nal 1374 

Philadelphia, Butcher and Drover 1295 

Philadelphia, Carpet Trade 1359 

Philadelphia, Centennial Advertiser 1304 

Philadelphia. Christian Woman 1650 

Philadelphia, Demokrat 1391 

Philadelphia, Educational News 1558 

Philadelphia, Freie Presse 1555 

Philadelphia (Germantown), Gazette 1808 

Philadelphia Germantown Telegraph 1625 

Philadelphia, Granite Cutters' Journal.. 1596 
Philadelphia, Hahnemannian Monthly.. 986 
Philadelphia, Herald and Evening Chron- 
icle 1457 

Philadelphia, Hotel Man's Guide 1654 

Philadelphia, L C. B. U. Journal 1412 

Philadelphia, Industrial Review 1666 

Philadelphia, Inquirer 1483 

Philadelphia, Iron 1590 

Philadelphia, Items of Interest 1586 

Philadelphia, Knights of the Golden 

Eagle 1056 

Philadelphia, Labor World 1672 

Philadelphia, L. A. W. Bulletin 1107 

Philadelphia, Legal and Insurance Re- 
porter 1378 

Philadelphia, Manayunk Chronicle and 

Advertiser 1530 

Philadelphia, Maritime Journal 1277 

Philadelphia, Mining Herald and Col- 

lieiy Engineer 1033 

Philadelphia, Mrs. Benedict's Fashion 

Journal - 1064 

Philadelphia, Mt. Vernon Quarterly 1641 

Philadelphia, New Enterprises 1510 

Philadelphia (Olney P. O.), Our Church 

News 1252 

Philadelphia, Paper and Pi'ess 1619 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Hotel and 

Saloon Keepers' Journal 1424 

Philadelphia, Practical Farmer 1332 

Philadelphia, Press 1247 

Philadelphia, Progressive Age and Water 

Gas Journal 1519 

Philadelphia, Railway News 1297 

Philadelphia, Railway World 1386 

Philadelphia, Real Estate Record and 

Builders' Guide 989 

Philadelphia, Record 1503 

Philadelphia, Rural Home 1436 

Philadelphia, Saturday Evening Post. . . . 1571 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PENNSYLVANIA. Page 

Philadelphia (Shoemakertown), Silver , 

Chimes 1185' 

Philadelphia, SonntagsBlatt 1302 

Philadelphia, Sunday Mercury 1469 

Philadelphia, Sunday Republic 1719 

Philadelphia, Tageblatt 1302 

Philadelphia, Telephone 1595 

Philadelphia, Textile Cok>rist 1394 

Philadelphia, Thoroughbred Stock Jour- 
nal 1509 

Philadelphia, Times 1489 

Philadelphia. Tobacco Age 1209 

Philadelphia, Traveler and Everv Satur- 
day 1051 

Philadelphia, Underwriter 1615 

Philadelphia, Vereins-Zeituug 1772 

Philadelphia. Vesper Bells 1126 

Phoenixville, Messenger 984 

Phoenixville, Star 971 

Pine Grove, Herald 946 

Pine Grove, Tribune 1104 

Pittsburgh, American Manufacturer and 

Iron World 1381 

Pittsburgh, Authors' Review 1066 

Pittsburgh, Bookmart 1063 

Pittsburgh, Catholic 1048 

Pittsburgh, Christian Advocate 1471 

Pittsburgh, Chronicle-Telegraph 1338 

Pittsburgh, Commercial Gazette 1078 

Pittsburgh, Der Sonntagsbote 1754 

Pittsburgh, East En der 1480 

Pittsburgh, Emerald Vindicator 1382 

Pittsbui-gh, Evening Penny Press 1414 | 

Pittsburgh, Freiheits Freund 1111 

Pittsburgh, Leader 1263 

Pittsburgh, Methodist Recorder 1460 

Pittsburgh, Plttsburger Sonntagsblatt 

and Die Reform 1398 

Pittsburgh, Pittsburger Volksblatt 1S46 

Pittsburgh, Post 1336 

Pittsburgh, Smith's Broad Axe 1311 

Pittsburgh, Star 1350 

Pittsburgh, Sunday Globe 1074-1709 

Pittsburgh, Truth 1,387 

Pittsbiu-gh, Y Wasg 1328 

Port Royal, Times 1538 

Pottstown, Ledger 1464 . 

Reading, Berks and Schuylkill Journal. . 1232 | 

Reading, Die Deutsche Eiche 1.586 

Reading. Die Post 1586 

Reading, Morning Herald 1729 

Reading, Republlkaner Von Berks 1502 

Reading, Times 1232 

Renovo, Evening News 1523 

Reynoldsville, Paper 1502 

Ridgway, Elk Democrat 1542 

Riegelsville, Standard 14S4 

Rochester, Argus 1784 

St. Clair, Rector's Assistant 1584 

Saxton, Herald 11.32 

Scottdale, Tribune 1782 

Scranton, American Wood-Worker and 

Saw and Planing-Mill Journal 1432 

Scranton. Baker's Digest and Common 

Pleas Reporter 1694 

Scranton, Der Herold 1752 

Scranton, Journal 970 

Scranton, Register 1186 , 

Scranton, Sunday Free Press 17.57 

Scranton, Sunday Morning News 1465 

Scranton, Times 1190 

Scranton, Truth 973 

Seliiisgrove, Snyder Co. Tribune 15iKt 

Selinsgrove. Times ^V-- 1674 

Shamokin, Herald ;-.*:^,' • 1502 

Shamokin, Times 94S 

Sharon, Eagle 1794 

Sharpsbiirg, Observer 995 

Sharp.sville, Advertiser 1500 

Shenandoah, Evening Herald 10.3:3 

Shenandoah, Evening Progress 1132 

Shenandoah, Mining Herald and Colliery 

Engineer 1033 

Shickshinny, Mountain Echo 1036 

iihippensburg. Chronicle 1727 

Shippensburg. News 1742 

Slatington, News 1086 

Smethjiort, McKean Co. Miner 1510 

South Chester, Plainspeaker 1194 

Spartansburg, Sentinel IIW) 

Steelton, Reporter 1074 

Sunburv, American 1512 

Sunbury, Daily USS 



PENNSYLVANIA. Page 

Sunbury, Northumberland Co. Demo- 
crat 1500 

Susquehanna, Transcript 1516 

Tacony (Philadelphia), Observer 958 

Telford, Montgomerj' Co. Presse 1378 

Tidioute, News 1,520 

Titusville, American Citizen 1744 

Towanda, Bradford Repulilicau 1190 

Towanda, Reporter-Journal 1017 

Towanda, Review 940 

Tremont, News 1334 

Tremont, West Schuvlkill Press 1593 

Troy. Register. 1516 

Tunkhannock, Republican 1148 

Tyrone, Herald 1748 

Tyrone, Times 1520 

Ulysses, Sentinel 1086 

Uniontown, Democrat 1732 

Uniontown, Genius of Liberty 1007 

Uniontown, News 1390 

Upland, Local 1146 

Upland, People's Weekly 1805 

Verona, Keystone Press 1600 

Warren, Evening Paragraph 1436 

Warren, Ledger 1438 

Warren, Sunday Mirror 1385 

Washington, Democrat 1506 

Washington, Scotch-Irish Picket 1296 

Waterford, Leader 1683 

Wattsburg, Sentinel 1750 

Waynesburgh, Independent 1356 

Waynesburgh, Messenger 1506 

Wavnesburgh, Republican 1640 

Wellsboro, Gazette 970 

Westfield, Free Press 1710 

West Grove, Independent and Chester 

Co. Mirror 1770 

Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne Co. Express 1086 

Wilkes-Barre, News Dealer 1042 

Williamsport, Gazette and Bulletin 1776 

Williamsport, Labor Record 1388 

Wrightsville, Star 1804 

York, Daily and Weekly 1402 

York, Democratic Press 970 

Zelienople, Connoquenessing Valley 
News 1806 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Bristol, Phoenix 1568 

Central Falls, Catholic Temperance Ad- 
vocate 1218 

Central Falls. Visitor 1434 

Centreville, Kent Co. News 1340 

East Greenwich, Rhode Island Pendu- 
lum 1510 

East Providence, Record 1720 

Hope Valley. Sentinel Advertiser 970 

Pawtucket,' Gazette and Chronicle 17^ 

Providence, Anzeiger 1520 

Providence, Burrillville Gazette 1806 

Providence, Corbett's Herald 1740 

Providence, Evening Telegram 1237 

Providence, Manufacturing Jeweler 1204 

Providence, Morning Star 1362 

Providence, Rhode Island Democrat 1245 

Providence, Sunday Dispatch 1299 

Waketield, Narragansett Times 1500 

Warren, Gazette 1500 

Washington Village, Telephone 1653 

Westerly, Call 1796 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Aiken, Journal and Review 1^6 

Aiken, Recorder Iwl6 

Anderson, Journal 1.520 

Branchville, Banner 1590 

Charleston, Deutsche Zeltuug 971 

Chaiiestcm, Dispatch 1372 

Charleston, News and Courier 1135 

Clinton. Our Monthly 1204 

Columbia, Record 1230 

Darlington, Vindicator 1200 

Easley, Messenger 1582 

Edgefield, Chronicle 1122 

Gaffney City, Bulletin 1420 

Gaffney City, Piedmont Inspector 1548 

Georgetown, Enquirer 1630 

Honea Path, Plaindealer 1296 

Laurens, Laurensville Herald 1220 

Lewiedale, News 1738 

Maiming, Clarendon Enterprise 1510 

Manning, Times 1122 



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SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Page 

Marion, Cotton Plant 1093 

Marion, Pee Dee Index 1572 

Mount Pleasant, Berkeley Gazette 1392 

Newberry, Herald and News 1658 

Pickens, Sentinel 9Tt) 

Spartanburg, Carolina Spartan 1218 

Summer ville, Herald 1424 

Sumter, Watchman and Southron 1542 

Trov, Psalm Singer 1592 

Wirinsboro, News and Herald 940 



TEXAS. 



TENNESSEE. 

Alamo, Crockett Co. Sentinel 

Athens, Athenian 

Bristol, News 

Bristol, Reporter 

Brownsville, States and Bee 

Carthage, Mirror 

Carthage, Record 

Chattanooga, Baptist Reflector 

Chattanooga, Commercial 

Chattanooga, Drugman 

Chattanooga, Methodist Advocate 

Chattanooga, Silkworm 

Chattanooga, Southern Progress 

Chattanooga, Sunday Argus 

Clifton, Wayne Citizen 

Covington, Tipton Record 

Dickson, Dickson Co. Press 

Dresden, Enterprise 

Dj'ersburg, Neal's State Gazette 

Fayetteville, Observer 

Gallatin, Examiner 

Gallatin, Tennesseean. 

Greenville, New Era 

Jacksboro', Valley Sentinel 

Jackson, Christian Index 

Jasper, Sequachee Sun 

Johnson City, Enterprise 

Kingston, East Tennesseean 

Knoxville, Chronicle 

Knoxville, Dental Eclectic 

Knoxville, Holston Methodist 

Knoxville, Journal 

Knoxville, Sunday Topic 

Lawrenceburg, Lawrence Union 

Lebanon, Student 

Lewisburg, Marshall Gazette 

McKenzie, Tri-County News 

McMinnville, New Era 

McMinnville, Progress , 

McMinnville, Southern Standard 

Manchester, Times 

Memphis, Adam 

Memphis, Living Way 

Memphis, Record 

Memphis, Southei'n Cycler 

Memphis, Sunday Times 

Memphis, Universal Triangle 

Memphis, Watchman 

Milan, Exchange 

Mountain City, Tennessee Tomahawk . . 

Nashville, American 

Nashville, Banner 

Nashville, Issue .. 

Nashville, Journal of Medicine and Sur- 
gery 

Nashville, Southern Geologist 

Nashville, Southern Lumberman 

Nashville, Spirit of the Farm 

Newbern, Arrow 

Paris, Post-Intelligencer 

Ripley, Enterprise 

iogersville, Holston Review 
ugby. Gazette and East Tennessee News 

Savannah, Courier 

Shelby ville, Commercial 

Smithville, Watchman and Critic 

Somervllle, Reporter and Falcon 

Sunbright, Dispatch 

Tullahoma, Republican 

Union City, Anchor 



1630 
1374 
1510 
1546 
1686 
1432 
1373 
1348 
1440 
1645 
1591 
1329 
1428 
1398 
1742 
1036 
1276 
1536 
1240 
1034 
ISOO 
1770 
1240 
1359 
1446 
KK)1 

999 
1542 
1485 
1270 
1126 
1788 
1609 
1(102 
1746 
1684 
1546 

970 
1762 
1762 
1426 
1724 
1621 
1358 
1238 
1364 
1683 
1305 
1762 
1222 
1535 
1665 
1808 

1149 
1558 
1146 
1693 

958 
1264 
1750 
1340 
1704 
1660 
1758 
1572 

962 
, 950 
1371 
1142 



TEXAS. 

Alvarado, Bulletin 1696 

Anderson, Evening Star 964 

Anson, Texas Western 1430 

Arlington, World 1040 

Athens, Review 1753 

Austin, Musical Home and Literary 

Companion 1003 

Austin, Statesman 1227 

Austin, Texas State Journal 1278 



Baird, Callahan Co. Clax-enUon 

Bandera, Enterprise 

Belton, Journal 

Belton, Reporter 

Blanco, News 

Blanco, Star-Vindicator 

Blossom Prairie, Bee 

Boerne, Republikaner 

Bowie, Cross Timbers 

Bi'ackett, News 

Brenham, Banner 

Brownsville, Cosmopolitan 

Bi'ownwood, Brown Co. Banner 

Bryan, Brazos Pilot 

Burkeville, Newton Co. Record 

Burnet, Once-a-Week 

Caldwell, Register 

Calvert, Robertson Co. Conservative 

Cameron, Milam Co. Democrat 

Canton, Texan Telephone , 

Carrizo Sprmgs, Times 

Centreville, Democrat 

Chico, Bee 

Clarksville. Standard 

Cleburne, Telegram 

Coleman, Voice 

Colorado, Clipper 

Colorado, Graphic 

Columbus, Colorado Citizen 

Cooper, Delta Co. Banner 

Cooper, Delta Courier 

Corsicana, Bible Advocate 

Corsicana, Democrat 

Corsicana, Observer 

Cotulla, Ledger 

Cuero, Bulletin 

Cuero, Der Deutsche Herold 

Daingerfleld, Morris Co. Herald 

Dallas, Norton's Union Intelligencer 

Dallas, Texas Mill and Gin 

Dallas, Texas Plowman and Estray 

Record 

Dallas, Texas Prohibition Advocate 

Dallas, Texas Volksblatt 

Decatur, Wise Co. Messenger 

De Leon, Messenger 

Denison, Evening Journal 

Denton, Chronicle 

Denton, Post 

Dublin, Telephone 

El Paso, Herald 

Ennis, Commercial Recorder 

Fort Worth, Evening Mail 

Fort Worth, Gazette 

Fort Worth, Labor Sif tings 

Fort Worth, Sunday Mirror 

Fort Worth, Texas Live Stock Journal. .. 

Fort Woi'th, Trade Review 

Gainesville, Register 

Galveston, Die Texas Post 

Galveston, Evening Tribune 

Galveston, Texas Christian Advocate 

Galveston, Texas Monitor 

Glen Rose, Citizen 

Gordon, Courier 

Graham, Leader 1028 

Greenville, Appeal 

Greenville, Banner 

Greenville, Herald 

Groesbeck, Limestone New Era 

Hallettsville, Herald and Plantei- 

Hemphill, Reporter 

Henderson, Times 

Hillsboro, Hill Co. Visitor 

Hondo City, Medina Co. News 

Houston, Labor Echo 

Houston, Texas Deutsche Zeitung 

Huntsville, Item 

Itasca, Signal 

Jacksboro, Rural Citizen 

Jefferson, Jimplecute 

Jewett, Messenger 

Kaufman, Sun 

Kosse, Cyclone 

Lampasas, Commercial Enterprise 

Luling, Signal -•. 

Marlin, Ball 

Marshall, Herald 

Marshall, Messenger 

Marshall, South 

Mesquite, Texas Mesquiter 

Midland, Staked Plain 

Midlothian. News 



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1689 
1016 
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1795 
1449 
10(2 
1394 
1351 
1425 
1658 
1749 
1795 
1246 
1795 
182& 
1288 
-1766 
1150 
1448 
1758 
1660 
1034 
1138 
1236 
1696 
1380 
1368 
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1674 
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1670 

992 
1030 
1144 
1024 
1684 
1748 
1034 
1288 
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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENT: 



TEXAS. 

Mobeetie, Texas Panhandle 

Nacogdoches, Star-News 

New Brauufels, Neu-Braunfelser Zeilung. 

Palestine, Advocate 

Paris, Texas Tribune 

Pilot Point, Index 

Pittsburg, Gazette 

Pleasanton, Monitor 

Roanoke, Telephone 

Rockdale, Messenger 

Rockport, Transcript 

Rockwall, Success, 

Round Rock, News 

Sabine Pass, Times 

San Antonio, Freie Presse fur Texas 

San Marcos, Free Press 

Seguin, Record 

Seymour, Cresset 

Sherman, Courier 

Temple, Times 

Troupe, Vidette 

Victoria, Deutsche Zeitung fur Texas 

"U'harton, Independent 

Whitney, Messenger 

"Wills Point, Chronicle 

Woodville, Eureka 

VERMONT. 

Bennington, Banner 1009 

Bradford, United Opinion 962 

Brandon, Vermont Baptist ir.84 

Jericho, Chittenden Reporter 1452 

Ludlow, Vermont Tribune 1678 

Lyndon, Vermont Union 972 

Manchester, Journal 974 

Middlebury, Register 1548 

Newport, Express and Standard 1226 

Nori hfleld, News 1510 

Northfield, Reveille 952 

Poultney, Journal 1252 

Richford, Gazette 1680 

Richf ord, Journal 1252 

Rutland, Tidings from Nature 1342 

Vergennes, Vermonter 1676 

West Randolph, Buck's Monthly 1420 

West Randolph, Herald and News 1500 

Woodstock, Vermont Standard 1472 



Page 

. 1696 
1388 

991 
1424 

99S 
1772 
1678 
1284 
1694 

994 

976 
1509 
1750 
1248 
1026 
17;B8 
1026 
1361 
1790 
1698 
1742 

991 
1080 
1228 
1282 
16S4 



VIRGINIA. 

Alexandria, Old Dominion 3Iercury 

Amherst, New Era. 

Ashland, Hanover and Caroline News 

Berkley, Norfolk Co. Patriot 

Blackstone, New Era 

Bland, Mountain Watchman 

Boydton, Mecklenburg Democrat 

Bristol, News 

BrLstol, Reporter 

Charlotte (Smithfleld P. O.), Gazette 

Chase City, Clipper 

Claremont, Guide and Friend 

Claremont, Herald 

Clarksville, Banner of Truth 

Clarksvllle, Tobacco Plant 

Covington, Alleghany Sentinel 

Cuckoo, Atlantic Missionary 

Culpeper, Exponent 

Estillville, Progressive Age 

Estillville, Scott Banner 

Falls Church, Virginia Register 

Fredericksburg, News 

Front Royal, Warren Sentinel 

Gloucester, Mail 

GordonsvIUe, Gazette 

Gordonsvllle, Virginia Monitor 

Harrisonburg, People 

Hillsville, Virginian 

Independe^ice, Grayson Journal 

Jonesville, Virginia Herald 

Leesburg, Mirror 

Lexington, Gazette 

Lovingston, Nelson Examiner 

Luray, Page Courier 

Lynchl)urg, Advance 

Lynchburg, News 

Lynchburg, Virginian 

Middletown. Normal Index 

Monterey, Highland Recorder 

National Soldiers' Home ( Hampton ), 

Home Bulletin 

Newbern, Pulaski People 

Newcastle, Record 



1253 
1532 
1302 
1594 
1486 
1112 
1204 
1510 
1546 
1026 
1695 
1684 
1458 
1793 
966 
1455 
1724 
1276 
1572 
1242 
1224 
1482 
1140 
974 
1806 
102(t 
1794 
948 
llie> 
1686 
962 
96() 
962 
1474 
14-18 
1274 
1753 
976 
1686 

14:^4 
12411 
17821 



VIRGINIA. Page 

New Market, Our Church Paper 1420 

New Market, Shenandoah Press 1574 

New Market, Shenandoah Valley 1420 

Newport News, Commercial ia85 

New River Depot, New River Bulletin 1 142 

Norfolk, Landmark 1352 

Norfolk, Virginian ., ] 150 

Onancock, Eastern Virginian '. 1318 

Orange, Observer 1510 

Pearisburg, Virginian 946 

Petersburg, Index-Appeal 1292 

Portsmouth, Times 1374-1:^77 

Portsmouth, Virginia Granger 1377 

Richmond, Christian Advocate 1470 

Richmond, Dispatch 1153 

Richmond. Educational Journal of Vir- 
ginia 1328 

Richmond, Industrial South 1133 

Richmond, Mercantile and Manufactur- 
ing Joiu-nal 1520 

Richmond, Planet 1416 

Richmond. State 1563 

Richmond, Virginia Law Journal 1X30 

Richmond, Virginia Medical Monthly 1142 

Roanoke, Leader .» 1420 

Rocky Mount, Franklin Gazette 1542 

Rural Retreat, People's Advocate 1366 

Rustburg. Campbell Co. Record 1742 

Salem, Times-Register 1550 

Scottsville, Courier 1762 

Soutti Boston, Halifax Record 1339 

Staunton, Free Press 1021 

Staunton, Post 1736 

Staunton, Spectator 1204 

Staunton, Virginia Critic. . . ^ 946 

Stuart. Patrick Press 1233 

Tazewell, Clinch Valley News 1638 

Warsaw, Northern Neck News 1576 

Waynesborough, Free Press 10(39 

Williamsburgh, Gazette 1:342 

Winchester, Times 1548 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Alderson, Statesman 1266 

Berkeley Springs, Morgan Mercury 12:34 

Berkeley Springs, News 1689 

Braxton, Democrat 1746 

Ceredo, Advance 1448 

Charleston, Kanawha Gazette 1478 

Charleston, State Tribune 1678 

Charlestown, West Virginia Democrat... 1148 

Clarksburg, Every Sunday. 1764 

Clarksburg, News 1122 

Clarksburg, Telegram 12:38 

Coal Valley, West Virginia Coal Journal 1696 

Fairmont, West Virginian 1004 

Fairview, Hancock Co. Courier 994 

Franklin, Mountain News 1192 

Gerardstown, West Virginia Good Tem- 
plar 1122 

Glenville, Crescent 1204 

Grafton, Sentinel 1622 

Grafton, Standard i:370 

Harris ville, Ritchie Gazette 1786 - 

Hinton, Mountain Herald 1013 

Huntersville, Pocahontas Times 11:36 

Huntington, Argus 1769 

Ke}ser,"Mountain Echo 1204 

Kingwood, Preston Co. Journal 1546 

Kingwood, West Virginia Argus 1.572 

Martinsburg, Herald 97i> 

Martinsburg, Independent 970 

Martinsburg, Pioneer Press 16^ 

Martinsburg, Statesman lOlo 

Morgantown, Post 1674 

New Cumberland, Hancock Co. Inde- 
pendent 1676 

Nicholas, Chronicle 1652 

Oceana, Wyoming Crescent 1750 

Parkersburgh, Sentinel 1262 

l*arker.sburgh. State Journal 11:38 

Parkersburgh, State Standard 974 

Parkersburgh, West Virginia Freeman.. . 942 

Peerysrllle, McDowell Progress 1272 

Pcnnsbi >ro. West Virginia Monitor 1683 

Point Pleasant, Register I486 

Ravenswood, Jackson Bugle , 1234 

Ravenswood, News 17.58 

Ritchie Court House, Review 1748 

St. George, Tucker Co. Pioneer 1416 

Shepherdstown, Register. . ." 1778 

Sistersville, Tyler Independent 10:32 

Spencer, Bulletin 1728 



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WEST VIRGINIA. Page 

Union, Monroe Co. Watchman 97() 

Wellsburgh, Pan-Handle News l.'.Oli 

Weston, Democrat 15(Wi 

Weston, World P9S 

West Union, Record Iti'JS 

Wheeling, Intelligencer 1772 

Wheeling, Ohio Valley Boycotter 1726 

Wheeling, Register 1112 

WISCONSIN. 

Alma, Buffalo Co. Jom-nal 99i) 

Appleton, Crescent 1(548 

Appleton, Volksf reund 1282 

Arcadia, Trempealeau Co. Republican 

and Leader 159i) 

Barron, Barron Co. Shield 1388 

Bavfleld, Bayfield Co. Press 1782 

Bay View, Herald 1448 

Beaver Dam, Dodge Co. Citizen 1640 

Beloit, Ai-gus 1510 

-Berlin, Courant 1038 

Black River Falls, Badger State Banner. . li)2() 

Bloomer, Workman 976 

Brodhead, Independent 1032 

Brodhead, Register 1506 

Cadott, Record 1766 

Cambria, News 1746 

Cedarburg, News 1024 

Centralia, Enterprise 958 

Chippewa Falls, Real Estate Journal 1424 

Clear Lake, Herald, 1204 

Clinton, Herald 1486 

Colby, Phonograph 1686 

Darlington, Democrat 984 

Darlington, Democratic Register 1772 

De Pere, Twin City Index 1416 

Dodgeville, Chronicle 1766 

Dodgeville, Star 1C62 

Eau Claire. Free Press 1759 

Edgerton^Visconsin Tobacco Reporter. . 1036 

Elkhorn, Walworth Co. Independent 1762 

Ellsworth, Pierce Co. Herald 1638 

Elroy, Wisconsin Statesman 1822 

Evansville, Enterprise 1266 

Florence, Mining News 1436 

Fond Du Lac, Commonwealth 1616 

Fond Du Lac, Journal 988 

Fond Du Lac, Nordwestlicher Courier — 968 

Fond Du Lac, Reporter 1749 

Fort Howard, Review 962 

Fox Lake, Breeze 1784 

Green Bay, Advocate 1122 

Green Bay, Der Landsmann 11U4 

Green Bay, Musical Journal 1594 

Hillsborough, Wisconsin Sentry 1287 

Hudson, True Republican 1570 

Independence, News 1258 

Janesville, Chi-onicle 1517 

Janesville, Commercial Union 1123 

Janesville, Gazette 1204 

Janesville, Newspaper Publishers' Co- 
operative Union 1517 

Kenosha, Courier 1478 

Kenosha, Telegraph , 964 

Kenosha, Union 964 

Kewaunee, Enterprise 1750 

Kilbouru City, Mirror-Gazette 1218 

Kingston, Spy, 994 

La Crosse, Faedrelandt Og Emigranten.. 1592 

La Crosse, Republican and Leader 1761 

La Valle, Plaindealer 1754 

Lodi, Valley News 976 

Madison, School Visitor 1234 

Madison, Western Farmer and the Wis- 
consin Grange Bulletin 1787 

Madison, Wisconsin Prohibitionist 1408 

Madison, Wisconsin State Journal 1350 

Manitowoc, Lake Shore Times 1254 

Marinette, Arbeidernes Blad 1740 

Marinette, Eagle 1792 

Marinette, North Star 1554 

Marshfield, Times 175S 

Maus ton, Juneau Co. Sun 1798 

Mayville, Dodge Co. Pionler 1622 

Mazomanie, Sickle 974 

Medford, Der Waldbote 1764 

Menasha, Twin City News 1646 

Milwaukee, Amerikanische Turnzeitung. 1339 

Milwaukee, Columbia 1470 

Milwaukee, Der Seebote 1283 

Milwaukee, Erziehungs-Blaetter 1338 

Milwaukee. Freidenker 1389 

Milwaukee, Journal 1647 



WISCONSIN. Page 

Milwaukee, Sentinel 943 

Milwaukee, Sunday Telegraph 1192 

Milwaukee, Volksblatt 1746 

Milwaukee,Yonowine s Sunday News 1401 

Milwaukee, Zgoda 1774 

Mineral Point, Iowa Co. Democrat 1778 

Monroe, Sun 1592 

Montello, Ii;xpres>5 962 

Montfort. Monitor % 1638 

Necedah, Republican 954 

Neenah, Gazette 174S 

Neenah, Times 1609 

Neenah, Twin City News 1646 

Neillsville, Republican and Press 1762 

New Lisbon, Juneau Co. Argus 1576 

North La Crosse, La Crosse New.s 1246 

Oconto, Oconto Co. Reporter 966 

Oshkosh, Northwestern 1424 

Oshkosh, Wisconsin Telegraph 1612 

Pewaukee, Church Scholiast 1354 

Pewaukee, Wisconsin Calendar 1354 

Plainfleld, Sun 1624 

Platteville, Grant Co. Witness 1034 

Prairie du Chien, Courier 1034 

Princeton, Republic 974 

Racine, Journal 1174 

Racine, Slavic 1122 

Racine, Times 1878 

Racine, Utley's Dollar Weekly 1878 

Reedsburg, Free Press 1574 

Reedsburg, Sauk Co. Herold 948 

Ripou, Commonwealth 1138 

Shawano, Shawano Co. Advocate 1758 

Shawano, Shawano Co. Wochenblatt 958 

Sheboygan, Herald 1758 

Sheboygan Falls, Sheboj^gan Co. News... 1770 

Shell Lake, Watchman 1238 

Spencer, Tribune 1436 

Spring Green, Home News 1242 

Stoughton, Hub 950 

Sturgeon I3ay, Independent 1748 

Thorp, Courier 1572 

Viroqua, Vernon Co. Censor 1728 

Watertown, Gazette 1748 

Watertown, Weltburger 946 

Waukesha, Freeman 1640 

Waupaca, Waupaca Co. Republican 1570 

Wausau, Pilot and Review 1798 

Westfleld, Central Union 1750 

ARIZONA TERRITORY. 

Mineral Park, Mohave Co. Miner 1288 

Nogales, El Monitor Fronterizo 1689 

Phoenix, Arizona Gazette 1739 

Phoenix, Herald 1437 

Prescott, Arizona Journal-Miner 1797 

Prescott, Morning Courier 1270 

St. John's, Orion Era 1682 

Tucson, Arizona Citizen 1507 

Tucson, Arizona Mining Index 1314 

Yuma, Arizona Sentinel 1750 

DAKOTA TERRITORY. 

Alexandria, Herald 1028 

Altoona, Jim River Valley Eagle 1127 

Andover, Gazette 1876 

Appomattox, Herald and Prohibition Ad- 
vocate 1790 

Bangor, Rustler 1750 

Bismarck, Saturday Evening Journal 1746 

Bismarck, Tribune 1023 

Blunt, Dakota School Journal 1364 

Bramhall, Blade 1242 

Bridgewater, Journal 1698 

Britton, Dakota Daylight 1570 

Canton, Advocate 1622 

Canton, Sioux Valley News 1034 

Cai-rington, News 1375 

Carthage, Prairie Home 1424 

Castalia, Record and Republican 1618 

Cavour, Beadle Co. Democrat 1142 

Centreville, Chronicle 1416 

Chamberlain, Dakota Democrat 1772 

Custer City, Chronicle 1682 

Deadwood, Black Hills Pioneer 1375 

Deadwood, Black Hills Times 967 

Dell Rapids, Exponent 1728 

Dell Rapids, Times 1683 

I>e Smet, Land and Labor Spy 1313 

Detroit, Free Press 1034 

Devil's Lake, Inter-Ocean 1028 

Devil's Lake, News. 1450 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DAKOTA TERRITORY. Page 

Diana, Monitor 1142 

Dickinson, Press 1214 

Doland, Record 1377 

Doland, Times 1742 

Dunseitli, Turtle Mountain Times 1362 

East Pierre, Eveuing Free Press 1150 

Edgerton. Charles Mix Co. News 1754 

Elkton, Record 1108 

Ellendale, Commercial 1236 

Ellendale, Dickey Co. Leader 1286 

Ellisville, Independent 1280 

Fargo, Argus 1216 

Flandreau, Herald 976 

Flandreau, Moodj- Co. Enterprise 966 

Frankfort, Advocate 1688 

Frederick, Mirror 1746 

Gary, Inter-State 1-2:36 

Gettysburg. Union-Index 1108 

Grafton, News and Times 1362 

Grand Forks, Herald 1250 

Grand Forks, Tidende 1456 

Grand Rapids, Journal 9.52 

Grand View, Douglas Co. Chronicle 1786 

Grand View, South Dakota Tribune 1230 

Harold, Sentinel 1240 

Harrison, Globe 1728 

Highmore, Herald 1792 

Hope, Pioneer 1126 

Howell, Chronicle 992 

Hudson, Herald 1686 

Hunter, Hawk 1332 

Huron, Times 1472 

Ipswich, Dakota Tribune 1026 

Iroquois, Herald 1782 

Jamestown, Der Pionier 1376 

Kimball, Graphic 1248 

La Grace, Camphell Co. Courier 1353 

Lake Preston, Times 1464 

Lakota, Nelson Co. News 1445 

La Moure, Progress and Chronicle 1036 

Larimore, Pioneer 1228 

Letcher, Blade 966 

Lisbon, Star 1:343 

Madison, Sentinel 1686-1688 

Manchester, Times 1316 

Mandan, Pioneer 1138 

Marion Junction, Marion Sentinel 1728 

May ville, Tribune 13:32 

Medora, Bad Lands Cow Boy 962 

Mellette, Tribune 1738 

Milbank, Grant Co. Review 1640 

Milbank, Index 1128 

Milnor, Free Press 1004 

Milnor, Sargent Co. Teller 1260 

Mitchell, Republican 1:371 

New Rockf ord. Transcript ll:J8 

New Salem, Morton Co. Democrat and 

Advocate 1277 

Northville, Advance 1620 

Okobojo, Times 166(J 

Olivet, Hutchiu.son Co. Record 1293 

Olivet, RuralVoice 1714 

Onida, Journal 11:38 

Park River, Gazette 1420 

Port Emma, Times 1800 

Plankinton. Farmers' Mutual Journal.. . . 1019 

Pukwana, Press 14.56 

Rapid City, Journal 1420 

Raymond, Gazette 1122 

Redfleld, Dakota Dispatch i:37() 

Redfleld, Journal 998 

Roscoe, Herald 1292 

Roscoe, Magnet 1697 

St. Lawrence, Dakota State Journal 1214 

St. Thomas, Times 1288 

Salem, Pioneer Register i:i98 

Scranton, Pioneer 1288 

Sioux Falls, Argus 1667 

Sioux Falls, Leader 1668 

Spearflsh. Register 1:318 

Stanton. Pilot 1283 

Steele, Herald 1144 

Valley City, North Dakota Democrat 1640 

Valley Springs, Enterprise 1794 

Vermillion, Dakota Republican 1684 

Vermillion, Plain Talk 1002 

Washburn, Times 1318 

Watertown, Courier HU6 

Wessington, Times 1128 

White Lake, Dispatch 17.54 

White Lake, Times 950 

Woonsockc't, Times 1284 

Yankton, Press and Dakotian 1749 



IDAHO TERRITORY. 

Hailey, Wood River News-Miner 1288' 

Idaho City, Idaho World 1017" 

Murray, Coeur D'Alene Sun 1230 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 

McAlister, Indian Missionary 1288 

Vinita, Indian Chieftain 1412 

MONTANA TERRITORY. 

Anaconda, Review 1620 

Billings, Gazette 1350 

Boulder. Jefferson Co. Sentinel 1756 

Butte City, Inter- Mountain 1.508 

Fort Benton, River Press 971 

Glendive. Independent 1294 

Helena. Herald 1.376 

Helena, Montana Baptist 1376- 

Sun River, Rising Sun 16^ 

Townsend, Tranchant 1771 

Walkerville, News 1688 

White Sulphur Springs, Rocky Mountain 
Husbandman 1318" 

NEW MEXICO TERRITORY. 

Albuquerque, Evening Democrat 1207 

Albuquerque, La Revista 1219' 

Albuquerque, Morning Journal 1705 

Chloride, Black Range 1028 

Deming, Headlight 1-288 

Lake Valley, Sierra Grande Press 1360' 

Las Vegas, Chronicle 1095 

Las Vegas, Gazette 10:39 

Las Vegas, Mining World 1456 

Lordsburg. Advance 1282 

Raton, Independent 1248 

Silver City, Southwest Sentinel 1460 

Springer, Colfax Co. Stockman 1326 

Taos, Herald 1282 

Wagon Mound, Arrow 1004 

White Oaks, Lincoln Co. Leader 1376 

White Oaks, New Mexico Interpreter 1720 

UTAH TERRITORY. 

Beaver, Southern Utonian 1322 

Frisco, Southern Utah Times 1362 

Logan, Utah Journal 1138 

Manti Citv , Home Sentinel 1681 

Ogden City, Herald 1794 

Ogden City, News 940 

Salt Lake City, Bikuben 1142 

Salt Lake City, Historical Record 1012 

Salt Lake Citv, Salt Lake Evening Demo- 
crat 1:370 

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Herald 991 

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Tribune 1015 

WASHINGTON TERRITORY. 

Anacortes, Northwest Enterprise 1248 

Chehalis, Nugget 1756 

Davenport, Lincoln Co. Times 1663 

Dayton, Inlander 1792 

Eirensburgh, Kittitas Localizer 1754 

North Yakima, Washington Farmer J191 

North Yakima, Yakima Republican 962 

North Yakima, Yakima Signal 1686 

Olympia, Partisan 1746 

Pomeroy, East Washinptonian 1349 

Pomeroy, Washington Independent 1249 

Port Townsend, Puget Sound Argus 1:314 

Seattle, Die Tribune 1753 

Seattle, True Tone 1:388 

Spokane Falls, Review 1794 

Vancouver, Independent 17.56 

Walla Walla, Morning Union 1788 

Walla Walla, Statesman 1326 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 

MANITOBA. 

Brandon, Sun 1138 

Emerson, International , 1728 

Mlnnedosa, Tribune 1242 

Selkirk, Record li:30 

Winnipeg, News 1364 

Winnipeg, Northwest Review 1769- 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Albert, Maple Leaf 1286 

Cliatham. World 1609 

Chatham, Miramichi Advance 1682 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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NEW BRUNSWICK. Pa(je 

Frederictoii. Maritime Farmer KUT 

Moucton, Times ni5 

Newcastle, Union Advocate liS2 

Saint Jolin, Canadian Record VM'2 

Saint Jolm, Messenger and Visitor Ifil9 

Saint .Tolin, Snn 144.5 

Saint Jolin, Trade Reporter 1801 

Saint John, Yonllis' Visitor Vli2 

Woodstoclc, Carleton Sentinel 1238 

Woodstock, Press 1428 

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. 

Battleford, Saskatchewan Herald 1430 

Macleod, Gazette 1314 

Prince Albert, Times and Saskatchewan 

Review i(H),;-1801 

Regina, Leader 1213 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

Acadia Mines Week's Doings 1660 

Amherst, Gazette Icas 

Annapolis, Spectator 1806 

Antigonisli, Casket 1748 

Baddeck, Island Reporter 1114 

Bridgeton, Monitor 1778 

Bridgewater. Lunenburg Co. Times 1714 

Digby, Courier 1754 

Halifax, Acadian Recorder 1609 

Halifax, Buds and Blossoms and Friendly 

Greetings 1418 

Halifax. Critic 1116 

Halifax, Morning Herald 1370 

Liverpool, Times 1010 

Xew Glasgow, Eastern Chronicle 1032 

Pictou, Colonial Standard 1786 

Pictou, News 952 

Sydney, Advocate 1744 

Truro, Colchester Sun 948 

Truro, Guardian 1216 

Windsor, Kings College Record 1192 

Wolfville, Acadian 1682 

Yarmouth, Times and Western Counties 

Journal 1248 

ONTARIO. 

Almonte, Gazette 1629 

Amherstburg, Echo 1002 

Aniherstburg, Western Herald 958 

Aylmer, Express 982 

Barrie, Examiner 976 

Belleville, Ontario and Chronicle 17.53 

Berlin, News 971 

Berlin, Telegraph 1682 

Blenheim, News 1630 

Blythe, Advocate 1782 

Bobcaygeon, Independent and Midland 

Counties Herald 1632 

Bowmanville, Canadian Statesman..'.... 1576 

Bradford, Witness 1714 

Brampton, Peel Banner 1570 

Brantford, Canadian Forester 1596 

Brantford, Courier 1759 

Brantford, Expositor 1735 

Brighton. Ensign 976 

Carleton Place, Central Canadian 1570 

Chatham. Planet 1736 

Chesley, Enterprise 1584 

Clinton, Huron News-Record 1718 

Clinton, Journal and Humorist 1428 

Cobourg, Sentinel-Star 1582 

Cobourg, World» 16S6 

Colborne, Expi'ess K i28 

CoUingwood, Bulletin 1026 

Comber, Independent 1250 

Cornwall, Freeholder 1.584 

Drayton, Vidette 1004 

Dresden, Times 966 

Dundalk, Herald 1.584 

Durham, Grev Review 1240 

Dutton, Enterprise 1692 

Eganville, Enterprise 1706 

Elmira, Advertiser 1550 

Erabro, Courier 1750 

Exeter, Times 1726 

Fei-gus, Advocate 1276 

Flesherton, Advance 1244 

Grimsby, Independent 1730 

Guelph, Herald 940 

Hagersville, Times 1244 

Hamilton, Canadian Hoval Templar : 1110 

Hamilton, Evening Times 1378 

Hamilton, Palladium of Labor 1.507 

3 



.ONTARIO. Page 

Hamilton, Spectator 1508 

Kincardine, Bruce Reporter 1026 

Kincardine. Review 1600 

Kingston, British Whig 1705 

Kingston, Canadian Missionar.> 1343 

Kingston, News 17U1 

L'Original, Advertiser 1496 

Lindsay, Victoria Warden 1620 

Listowel, Banner 962 

Listowel, Standard 1778 

London, Canadian Wheelman 1270 

London, Echo 1250 

London, Free Press 1100 

Lucan, Enterprise and North Middlesex 

Conservative 966 

Midland, Free Press 1592 

Milbrook, Messenger 1746 

Milton, Canadian Champion 988 

Milton, Reformer 1296 

Milton, Sun and Halton News 1090 

Mount Forest, Index 1110 

Mount Forest, Representative 1142 

Niagara Falls, Review 1576 

Niagara Falls, World 1797 

Norwood, Register 1408 

Omemee, Herald 1640 

Orillia, Canadian Workman 1341 

Orillia, News Letter 1341 

Ottawa, Canadian Militia Gazette 1.312 

Ottawa, Citizen 1428 

Ottawa, Evening Journal 130S 

Ottawa, Man 1470 

Ottawa, Woman's Journal 974 

Palmerston, Telegraph and Wellington 

and Perth Gazette 1118 

Parkdale, News 990 

Parkhill, Review 956 

Parry Sound, North Star 1686 

Penetanguisheue, Herald 1260 

Peterborough, Canadian Agriculturist 

and Home Magazine 1240 

Peterborough, Canadian Florist and Cot- 
tage Gardener 1245 

Petrolia, Advertiser 17.54 

Petrolia, Topic 1684 

Pickering, News 1116 

Port Arthur, Herald 1118 

Port Arthur, Sentinel 1374 

Port Hope, Guide 1483 

St. Catharines, Evening Journal 955 

St. Mary's, Journal 1360 

St. Thomas. Times 1021 

Sault Ste. Marie, Algoma Pioneer 1241 

Shelburne, Economist li'26 

Smith's Falls, Independent 1028 

Springfield, Argus 1436 

Toronto, Advertiser 1505 

Toronto, Canada Citizen and Temper- 
ance Herald 1235 

Toronto, Canadian Baptist 1787 

Toronto, Canadian Grocer and Auxiliarj^ 

Trades Review 1582 

Toronto, Canadian Manufacturer and In- 
dustrial World 1100 

Toronto, Commercial Traveller and Mer- 
cantile Journal 942 

Toi'onto, Cosmopolitan Short Hander 1360 

Toronto, Evening Telegram 1372 

Toronto, Freemason 12.36 

Toronto, Globe 1097 

Toronto, Ladies' Journal 1270 

Toronto, Merchant and Manufacturer 1523 

Toronto, National 12 6 

Toronto, Truth 1270 

Toronto, World 1174 

Uxbridge, Guardian 1686 

Uxbridge, .lournal 978 

Waterloo, Chronicle 1570 

Watford, Guide Advocate 1728 

Welland. Telegraph 1576 

West Elgin, Mercury 1436 

Wiarton, Echo 12.37 

Windsor, Le Courrier de L'Ouest 17.54 

Windsor, Worker 1507 

Woodstock, Sentinel-Review 1757 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

Summer.side, Journal If02 

Summerside, Prince Edward Island Agri- 
culturist 1802 

QUEBEC. 

Aylmer, Times 987 

B?dford, Times 1714 



XXX IV 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



QUEBEC. Page 

Farnham, La Presse de Faniham ^2^■0 

Hull, La Vallee D'Ottawa 1130 

Hull, Le Messager 11% 

Joliette, La Gazette de Joliecce 1248 

Le^ns, Le Quotidlen 1692 

Malbaie (Murray Bay P. O. , L'Echo Des 

Laurentides 1272 

Montreal, ABC Railway aud Steamboat 

Travelers' Guide 12:58 

Montreal, Battersby's Dominion i-'>jcKet 

Railway and Travelers' Guide 1588 

Montreal, Canada Medical Record 1362 

Montreal, Canadian Journal of Fabrics. . 1118 

Montreal, Dairyman 1518 

Montreal, Englishman's Journal 974 

MoQtreal, Herald 1583 

Montreal. International Railway and 

Steam Navigation Guide 16:33 

Montreal, La Revue Canadienne 99S 

Montreal, L' Aurore 1T56 

JVIontreal, L'Etendar J 1347 



QUEBEC. Page 

Montreal, Le Monde 1084 

Montreal, Le Monde Illustre 1116 

Montreal, Protestant Pillar 956 

Quebec, Evening Mercury 1S08 

Quebec, Le Courrier du Canada 1280 

Quebec, Le Journal de Quebec 1234 

Richmond, Times and County Record... 1281 
St. Hvacinthe, Le Courrier de St. Hya- 

cinthe 1243 

St. Roch, Le Nouvelliste 1106 

Sherbrooke, Gazette 1620 

Sherbrooke, Le Pionnier 1750 

Sherbrooke. Le Progres de L'Est 1234 

Stanbridge East, Missisquoi Record 14:50 

Waterloo, Advertiser and District of Bed- 
ford Times 1594 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

St. John's, Evening Mercury 1443 

St. John's, Temperance Journal. 958 




Area of States and Territories in Square Miles and Acres. 



RANK. 



STATES. 



SQUARE MILES. 



48 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 



JBO 



i 
I 



ACRES. 



38,400 



47 RHODE ISLAND, 



46 DELAWARE, 



45 CONNECTICUT, 



44 NEW JERSEY, 



43 MASSACHUSETTS, 



42 NEW HAMPSHIRE, 



- 41 VERMONT, 



40 MARYLAND, 



89 WEST VIRGINIA, 



4^ 88 MAINE, 



37 SOUTH CAROLINA, 



36 INDIANA, 



35 KENTUCKY, 



34 VIRGINIA, 



83 OHIO, 



32 TENNESSEE, 



31 PENNSYLVANIA, 



30 LOUISIANA, 



29 MISSISSIPPI, 



28 NEW YORK, 



27 NORTH CAROLINA, 



26 ALABAMA, 



25 ARKANSAS, 



24 FLORIDA, 



23 WISCONSIN, 



22 IOWA, 



21 ILLINOIS, 



20 MICHIGAN, 



19 GEORGIA. 



18 WASHINGTON TER.. 



17 MISSOURI, 



16 INDIAN TER., 



15 NEBRASKA, 



14 MINNESOTA, 



10 OREGON, 



ITEXAS 



1,085 



1,960 



4,845 



7,45 5 



8,040 



9,005 



9,13 5 




48.5 8B 



5l.54i 



53.0 4E 



54.2 4 C 



54,450 



55,475 



56.000 



57,430 



58.980 



66,880 



&8.735 



6 9.830 



76.185 



79.205 



8 1.700 



82.190 



84290 



94.56 



97575 



103.645 



10 9.740 



I 12,920 



12 2.460 



145,3 10 



147.700 



15 5.980 



262,290 



694,400 



1,254,400 



3,100,800 



4,771,200 



5,145,600 



5.768,200 



5,846',400 



6,310, 4C0 



15,772,800 



19,132,800 



19,308,800 



22,982,400 



25,600,000 



25,680,000 



26,086,400 



26,720,000 



28,790,400 



29,068,800 



29,657,200 



30,476,800 



31,091,200 



32,985.600 



33,948,800 



34.713,600 



34,848,000 



35,504,000 



35,840,000 



36,755,200 



37,747,200 



42,803,200 



43,990,400 



44.691,200 



48.758,400 



50,691,200 



13 KANSAS, 


8 1.700 


52,288,000 


12 UTAH, 


82.190 


52,601,600 


11 IDAHO, 


84290 


53,945,600 



60,518,400 



9 WYOMING, 


1 97.575 1 




62,448,000 


8 COLORADO, 


103.645 1 


66,332,800 


7 NEVADA, 1 


10 9.740 


70,233,600 


6 ARIZONA, 1 


1 12,920 


1 T2,268,800 


5 NEW MEXICO, | 


12 2.460 


1 78,374,400 


4 MONTANA, fj^ 


145,3 10 ^^^^^K^ggSSSI 


3 DAKOTA, ^^H 


147.700 j 


94,528,000 


2 CALIFORNIA, ^^| 


15 5.980 


1 99,827,200 



167865600 



Population (Census 1880) & Number of Newspapers (1886). 



RANK. STATES. 


POPULATION. 


NEWSPAPERS. 


48 INDIAN TER., 


1 


6 


47 WYOMING TER, 


pO.7 8 9 


19 


46 IDAHO TER., 


B2,6I0 


26 



42 WASHINGTON TER.. 



41 NEW MEXICO TER., 



40 DAKOTA TER., 



39 UTAH TER., 



38 DELAWARE, 



37 OREGON, 



85 COLORADO, 



34 FLORIDA, 



33 RHODE ISLAND, 



32 VERMONT, 



31 NEW HAMPSHIRE, 



30 NEBRASKA, 



29 WEST VIRGINIA, 



28 CONNECTICUT, 



27 MAINE, 



26 MINNESOTA, 



25 ARKANSAS, 



24 CALIFORNIA, 



23 MARYLAND, 



22 LOUISIANA, 



21 SOUTH CAROLINA, 



20 KANSAS, 



19 NEW JERSEY, 



18 MISSISSIPPI, 



17 ALABAMA, 



16 WISCONSIN, 



15 NORTH CAROLINA, 



14 VIRGINIA, 



13 GEORGIA, 



12 TENNESSEE, 



11 TEXAS, 



10 IOWA, 



9 MICHIGAN, 



8 KENTUCKY, 



7 MASSACHUSETTS, 



6 INDIANA, 



5 MISSOURI, 



4 ILLINOIS, 



3 OHIO, 



2 PENNSYLVANIA J 
1 NEW YORK, 



45 MONTANA TER., 


■39.159 


41 


44 ARIZONA TER., 


Ko.440 


34 


43 NEVADA, 


^2,26 6 


28 



5,1 I 6 



),565 



;.I77 



19 6 3 



08 



36 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 



I 74; 



17 7 6 
I 9 4.3 



2 6 94 



68 



2 7 6.5 5 



;6 



3 4 6.9 S 



4 5 2.40 



6 I 8.4 5 



62 2 7 OH 



648.93 



6 



7 8 0.771 
8O2.52I 



8 6 46 9 ^ 



• 9 3 4.943 
9 3 9.946 



995.57 7 
9 9 6.0 9 6 



1.1 3 I.I I o 



1.13 1.597 



1.2 6 2.5 5 



1.3 I 5.4 9 7 



J.3 9 9.7 5 



1.5 I 2.56 5 



1.5 4 2.1 8 



1.5 42.3 5 9 



1.5 9 1.749 



1.6 2 4.6 I 5 



1.636.937 



1.6 48.6 9 



1.7 8 3.0 8 5 



1 .9 7 8.3 I 



2.168.380 



3.0 7 7 8 7 I 



3.1 9 8.0 6 2 



4.2 8 2 8 9 I 



5.08 2.8 7 i 



62 



37 



309 



26 



32 



87 



51 



152 



102 



52 



70 



112 



376 



132 



165 



141 



325 



156 



414 



171 



120 



95 



595 



266 



129 



146 



422 



162 



215 



231 



208 



375 



731 



592 



220 



581 



564 



663 



1,134 



908 



1,108 



1,577 



^ 



1886. 



A TABLE SHOWING THE NUMBER, AND FREQUENCY OP ISSUE, OF NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 
PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES, TERRITORIES, DOMINION OF CANADA 

AND NEWFOUNDLAND. 



States, 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oi'egon 

Pennsylvania 122 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Vermont 

Yirgiuia 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Territories 

Dominion of Canada. 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

N. W. Territories 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island 

Quebec 

Newfoundland 

Totals 1 ,297 



a 




^5P 


1 


1 




1 








11 


, , 


1 


125 


, , 


2 


7 


.. 


.. 


146 


10 




1 


135 


, , 


3 


7 


, , 


, , 


156 


61 


2 


10 


296 




4 


37 


1 


1 


414 


18 


1 


2 


122 




4 


5 




.. 


152 


27 




, , 


112 


2 


1 


22 


, . 


1 


165 


4 




, , 


25 


, , 


1 


2 


, , 


, , 


32 


6 


, , 


, , 


26 




1 


15 


, , 


2 


51 


6 


1 


4 


80 


, , 


1 


9 


1 


, , 


102 


20 


. . 


6 


176 


, , 


4 


22 


, , 


3 


231 


98 


3 


IS 


812 




18 


173 


2 


7 


1,134 


61 


2 


5 


428 


, , 


10 


53 


. . 


5 


564 


42 


, , 


5 


629 




4 


50 


, , 


, , 


731 


39 


, , 


, , 


532 


, , 


2 


18 


, , 


4 


595 


14 


5 


8 


162 




6 


23 


1 


, , 


220 


9 


, , 


1 


100 




, , 


9 


, , 


, , 


120 


12 


1 


, , 


93 




2 


28 


, , 


4 


141 


14 


, , 


, , 


134 




5 


15 


1 


■) 


171 


49 


, , 


8 


382 


10 


8 


113 


2 


9 


581 


40 


1 


6 


489 


4 


11 


38 


, , 


3 


592 


18 






278 


2 


3 


24 


, , 


. , 


325 


4 


2 


, , 


119 


, , 


, , 


4 




, , 


129 


47 


2 


2 


506 




17 


81 


3 


4 


663 


17 


, , 


, , 


338 


, , 


6 


14 


, , 


1 


376 


12 


1 




15 


, , 


, , 


, , 


, , 


, , 


28 


11 


, , 


, , 


87 




1 


12 


, , 


, , 


112 


34 


1 


2 


197 


2 


1 


24 


1 


4 


266 


143 


4 


19 


982 


18 


57 


312 


5 


37 


1,577 


12 


, , 


1 


127 


1 


4 


16 


, , 


1 


162 


69 


4 


IT 


653 


5 


20 


126 


2 


7 


903 


7 


• • 


3 


74 


, , 


, , 


3 


, , 


, , 


87 


122 


2 


9 


745 


5 


19 


180 




19 


1,103 


1 




2 


33 


3 


, , 


1 




, , 


52 


4 


2 


1 


80 




2 


5 




1 


95 


12 


, . 


3 


147 




8 


32 




2 


208 


31 


2 


1 


306 




7 


27 




1 


375 


4 


, , 


, , 


54 




, , 


11 




1 


70 


18 


3 


6 


153 




1 


32 




1 


215 


5 


, , 


1 


120 




1 


5 




, , 


132 


SO 


1 


1 


354 





8 


23 




3 


422 


148 


40 


143 


10,226 


66 


242 


1,584 




123 


13,598 


68 


1 


9 


459 


• • 


5 


19 




1 


562 


4 




3 


4 












11 


3 


, , 


, , 


S3 


, , 


, , 


1 




, , 


27 


5 


2 


2 


25 


, , 


, , 


5 




, , 


39 


, . 


. , 


, , 


6 


, . 


a , 






, , 


6 


5 


3 


3 


31 


1 


, , 


5 




1 


49 


37 


1 


5 


320 


6 


5 


40 




2 


416 


2 


, , 


, . 


S 


, , 


, , 


, , 




. , 


10 


23 


3 


7 


59 


1 




20 




• • 


113 


79 


9 


20 


476 


8 


5 


71 




3 


671 


2 


1 


1 


4 


• • 


• • 


•• 




•• 


8 


,297 


51 


173 


11,165 


.74 


252 


1,674 


26 


127 


14,83« 



EXPL AN AT IONS. 



D d CfD-^p^dtl] These geographical indicators, which 
are j)laced immediately after the names of the counties, desig- 
nate the relative position of the counties in their resj^ective 
States. Tenitories or Provinces, the centre of each being used 
as a basis. They were devised and copyrighted by Joseph M. 
Toner, M. D., of Washington, D. C, and are used by authority 
of a contract with him. 

The population figures marked with a dagger t are from 
the census of 1880, all others are from more recent estimates by 
resident publishers or postmasters. 

Publications known to be bought and cii'culated mainly by 
persons and firms advertising therein by means of descriptive 
articles in the reading columns ; or devoted to the (almost) 
exclusive advertising of any particular person or firm, or the 
advertising of any certain idea ; or established solely as adver 
tising schemes ; embracing a class with ciixulations very largely 
gTatuitous ; are termed " advertising sheets," and no cu'culation 
rating is given. 

In cases in which no advertisements are taken for a publica- 
tion, the cu'culation rating, being of no importance to advertisers^ 
has been omitted ; and in its place are inserted the words : " does 
not insert advertisements." 

From PubHshers of Newspapers who furnish information 
upon which the cu^culation rating may be based, a tneinoran- 
duni is asked of the actual date and issues oj each iiumher of 
the paper for the preceding three months. Each publisher send- 
ing such a report is requested to make it as definite and exact, 
as to dates and figui-es, as he would require from a rival pub- 
lisher, were a comj^arison, based upon the two reports, to be 
instituted between the two papers. 

(^ — - / — — -^ Small engravings of newspaper buildings on solid 
te^ metal bodies, occupying space of one inch in length 

II*' 11 or width, and no more, subject to approval on inspec- 

tion, are inserted with the description of the paper 
without any charge. The Crosscup & West Engravmg 
Co., No. 702 Chestnut street, Philadelj^hia, are good 
parties to furnish the engravings requu'ed, and have 
made all, or nearly all, which now appear in the book. 
The Directory is issued annually. The work upon its 
revision proceeds all the time. Advertisers, Publishers and the 
public are entreated to lend theii* aid by calling attention 
to its shortcomings. The book can never be made perfect, but 
no pains will be spared to sustain the position which it has 
attained in the good o^^inion of advertisers and pubhshers. 




I. 



LIST, ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY STATES AND TOWNS, OF 

PLAGES IN THE UNITED STATES AND TERRITORIES, THE DOMINION OF CANADA AND NEW- 
FOUNDLAND, IN WHICH NEWSPAPERS AND OTHER PERIODICALS ARE PUBLISHED, GIVING 
THE POPULATION, LOCATION, PROMINENT INDUSTRIES, ETC., OF SUCH PLACES RESPECTIVELY ; 
WITH DESCRIPTIONS— ARRANGED, FIRST, ACCORDING TO FREQUENCY OF ISSUE, AND 
SECOND, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER— OF SUCH NEWSPAPERS AND OTHER PERIODICALS, GIVINft 
THEIR NAMES, FREQUENCY OF ISSUE, POLITICS OR GENERAL CHARACTER, FORM, SIZE, SUB- 
SCRIPTION PRICE PER YEAR, YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT, EDITORS' AND PUBLISHERS' NAMES, 
CIRCULATIONS,* ETC. 



ALABA3IA. 



ALABA3IA. 



ABBEVILLE, C. H., Heiirtj Co., C\ 
500 pop., 90 m. S. E. of Montgomery, and 15 
"W. Of Fort Gaines, Ga. 

SPIRIT OF THE AGE; Tuesdays; 
four pages; size 24x34; subscription $1.50; 
establisiied 1885; James H. Laborus, editor 
and publisher. 

TIMES ; Fridays; four pages; size 22x32; 
subscription $1.50; established 1883 ; Grouby 
Bros., editors and publishers ; circ'n K 1. 

ANDALUSIA, C. H., Covington Co.,^ 

625 pop., near the Conecuh r., 90 m. S. of 

Montgomery. Its principal industries are 

farming and lumbering. 

COVINGTON TIMES ; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; established 1884 ; Covington 
County Publishing Co., editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation L2. 

ANNISTON, Calhoun Co., cf 6,000 
pop,, a new town in the centre of extensive 
coal and iron fields, and w^ith important 
manufacturing industries, employing near- 
ly 4,000 hands. It is also a trade centre for 
the cotton and other products of the sec- 
tion. 

WATCHMAN; every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays; daily four pages; 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 22x30, weekly 
31x45 ; subscription— daily $6, weekly $1 ; es- 
tablished 1885 ; Milton A. Smith, editor and 
publisher. 

HOT BLAST; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1882 ; Walter M. Ryals, editor and 
manager ; circulation I 1 . 

ASHLAND, C. H., Clay Co., o 387t 
pop,, about 25 m. from Talladega. A min- 
ing, agricultural and manufacturing sec- 
tion. 

CLAY CO. WATCHMAN ; Fridays; 
four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1884 ; Lackey & Hood, editors and 
publishers; circulation L2. 

ASHVILLE, C. H., St. Clair Co., ^ 
200 pop... on Alabama Great Southern Rd,, 
near east and west road of Alabama & 
Georgia Pacific Rds., 12 m. from Coosa r., 40 
m. N. E. of Birmingham and 100 S. E. of 
Chattanooga, Tenn. The county is trav- 



ersed, by railroads, and is in the chief coal 
and Iron mining district in Alabama. A 
fine farming country, producing exten- 
sively corn, cotton, tobacco, grain, sor- 
ghum, etc. 

SOUTHERN ^GIS ; Wednesdays; 
independent-democratic ; four pages ; size 
22x31 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1877 ; 
Geo. R. Gather, editor ; B. B. Gather, publish- 
er ; circulation L 2 . 

ATHENS, C.H., Limestone Co., [^ I.OIIt 
pop., on Nashville & Decatur branch of 
Louisville & Nashville Rd., 107 m. S. of Nash- 
ville and 195 N. of Montgomery. 

ALABAMA COURIER; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 18S0 ; Robert M. Rawls, 
publisher ; circluation K 2. 

ATTALLA, Etowah Co., cC 600 pop., 
on the Alabama & Chattanooga Rd., at the 
junction of the Eastern Alabama & Cin- 
cinnati Rd., 87 m. S. S. W. of Chattanooga, 
Tenn. It has a church, and mines of iron 
ore, which are shipped here. Coal is also 
found here. 

PICK AND SHOVEL ; Wednesdays ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; 
established 1885 ; F. L. Moragne, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

BEL GREEN, C. H., Franldin Co., ^ 

600 pop., 23 m. from Tuseumbia. It has 

numerous stores, blacksmith shops and a 

wood j'ard. 

FRANKLIN DEMOCRAT ; Fridays; 
four pages • size 22x32 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1879; Morgan & Bullock, editors 
and publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

BIRMINGHAM, C. n., Jefferson Co., 
D 21,347 pop., at intersection of Louisville & 
Nashville and Cincinnati, New Orleans & 
Texas Pacific Rds.; also present terminus 
of the Georgia Pacific Rd., running from 
Atlanta, Ga., to Birmingham, and which is 
being pushed to Greenville, on the Missis- 
sippi River ; several other railroads are 
also projected to this point, some of which 
are now in course of construction ; 96 m. 



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ALABAMA. 



from Montgomery and 163 from Chatta 
nooga. Centre of iron and coal trade. The 
city is one of the most active points in the 
Gulf States. An important coal and iron 
centre, and is located in the midst of a 
productive and thickly populated agri- 
cultural district. 

AGE ; every morning except Monday, and 
IKON AGE, Thursdays', democratic ; daily 
eight pages ; Sunday twelve, and weeklv 
eight pages; sizeof page— dally 15x23, Sunday 
and weekly (size of page) 15x22 ; subscription 
—daily $10, weekly $1; established— daily 1881, 
weekly 1874; Iron Age Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers ; circ'n— daily 1 1 , weekly I 2 . 

EVENING CHRONICLE ; every even 
ing except Sunday, and SUNDAY 
CHRONICIjE, Sundays; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription— daily $6, Sunday $1 ; 
established 1883; Chronicle Publishing Co., 
edltoi-s and publishers ; circulation— daily 
K 2, Sunday .1 1. 

ALABAMA CHRISTIAN ADVO- 
CATE ; Wednesdays; methodlst episcopal, 
south ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription 
S3; established 1881; J. W. Rush, editor; 
G. R. Lynch, publisher ; circulation H 1. 

ALABAMA STAATS ZEITUNG ; 
Thursdays ; German ; four pages ; size 23xS0 ; 
subscription ,$2 ; established 1S86 ; Charles A. 
Beckert, editor and publisher. 

IRON AGE: (see.4ge). 

SUNDAY CHRONICLE; (see Evening 
ChronicDe. 

SOUTHERN MINING AND MAN- 
UFACTURING JOURNAL ; semi 
monthly ; commercial ; twelve pages ; size 
of page 11x14 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1885; Chas. Stephenson and J. L. Garrett, 
editors ; Mining Journal Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. 

SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF EDU- 
CATION ; monthly; educational ; twentv 
pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1885; H. P. Burruss. editor; Jour- 
nal of Education Publishing Co., publishers. 

BL.OUNTSVILLE, C. H., Blount 

Co., i 225 pop., 50 m. S. of Huntsville and 48 

N. of Birmingham, in a thrifty community 

of white farmers ; good climate. County 

has coal, iron and marble. 

BLOUNT CO. NEWS; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 23x34 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25 ; established 1877 ; L. H. Mathews, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

BREWTON, C. H., Escambia Co., g 
850 pop., on the Louisville & Nashville Rd. 
Timber, cotton and wool are the principal 
products. 

BANNER; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1883 ; R. L. McConnell, publisher ; 
circulation L 2. 

ESCAMBIA TIMES; Wednesdavs ; 
four pages ; size 23x31 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1885; Frank M. Parker, editor; 
James I. Robbins, publisher. 

BROWNE VILLE (LIVELY P. O.), 

Russell Co., C\ 150 pop., on Chattahooche r. 

A place adapted to manufacturing. 

FREE PRESS ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 26X.39; subscription $1.50; established 
1883 ; Wilmer Waddell, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 1. 

BUTLiER, C. H., Choctaiv Co., p 200 

pop., 40 m. E. of Meridian, Miss., near 

Tombigbee r. In a rich and productive 

country. Commands a large local business. 

CHOCTAW HERALD; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 



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scription $1.50 ; established 1875 ; M. L. Yeat- 
man, editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

CALERA, Shelby Co., a 800 pop., at 
crossing of E. Tenn., Virginia & Georgia 
and Louisville & Nashville Rds., 63 m. from 
Selma and Montgomery and 33 from Bir- 
mingham. Has manufactories. 

SHELBY SENTINEL; Thursdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size of pat,'e 18x34 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1875 ; Graham 
& McCall, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion K 2. 

CAMDEN, C. H., Wilcox Co., g 590t 

pop., near Alabama r., 40 m. S. by W. of 

Selma, A place of considerable trade and 

an important shipping point. 

HOME RULER; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 • subscription 
$2 ; established 1881 ; Thomas L. Cochran, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

CARROLLTON, C. H., Pickens Co., 
-n 349 pop., about 30 m. W. of Tuskaloosa, 
about the same distance S. E. of Columbus, 
Miss. Surrounded by a cotton-growing dis- 
trict. Coal fields also exist near by. 

WEST ALABAMIAN; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25; established 1850; D. C. Hodo, editor ; 
A. Henry and V. F. Gilbert, publishers ; circu- 
lation L 2. 

CENTRE, C. H., Cherokee Co., □' 600 
pop., on Coosa r., 140 m. N. bj- E. of Mont- 
gomery and 20 N. of Jacksonville. 

CHEROKEE ADVERTISER; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1866 ; J. H. Leath, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

COOSA RIVER NEWS; Fridays; 
six pages ; size of page 18x24 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1878 ; Wm. H. Shropshire, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 3. 

CliANTON, C. H., Chilton Co., a 700 
pop., on railroad, about 40 m. N. of Mont- 
gomery. More lumber is cut here than at 
any other town of its size in the State. 

CHILTON VIEW; Thursdays; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1881 ; J. C. Lawrence, editor and pub- 
lislier ; circulation L 2. 

CLAYTON, C. H., Barbour Co., P, 

1,200 pop., near centre of county, 20 m. W. of 

Euf aula and 75 S. E. of Montgomery ; at 

terminus of Eufaula & C. Rd. 

COURIER; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x35 ; subscription $2 ; estaVjllshed 1870 ; 
Edgar R. Quillin & Son, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

COLUMBIA, Senry Co., O, 700 pop. 

Has good steamboat facilities ; centre of a 

large cotton-growing county ; is a trade 

centre for a large area, and a shipping 

point for Southeastern Alabama. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1880: Frank F. Koerber, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 3. 

COLUMBIANA, C. H., Shelby Co., 

a 55<i pop., 73 m. N. E. of Selma, Ala., on 

East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Rd. A 

shipping point for cotton and pig iron. 

BANNER OF LIBERTY; Thursdays; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1 ; es- 



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tablished 18s3; J. R. White, editor and 
publisher ; circiUation L 2. 

CROSS PLAINS, Ccdhoun Co., d 
1,000 pop., at junction of the E. Tenn., Vir- 
ginia & Georgia and East & West Alabama 
R is. Has a large iron and coal interest. 

POST; Fridays; four pages; size 22x35; 
subscription $2 ; established 1883 ; E. D. Acker 
and E. D. MeClelen, editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 1. 

CULLMAN, C. H., Cullman Co., rj 750 
pop., on South & North Ala. Rd. District 
engaged in fruit and grape culture, agri- 
cultural pursuits and manufacturing. 

ALABAMA TRIBUNE; Fridays ; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.00; estab- 
lished 1876: John A. Johnson, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

PROGRESfs ; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x35 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1884 ; Ed. Brooks, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2. 

REVIEW AND GUIDE; Saturdays; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1884 ; Davidson & Parker, editors 
and publishers ; 'circulation K 1. 

DADEVILLE, C. H., Tallapoosa Co., 
D- 1,226 pop., on the Columbus & Western 
Rd., 30 m. from Opelika and 45 N. E. of 
Montgomery. 

Al>VOCATE STAR ; Thursdays; four 
pages : size 22x32 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1880; Thos. C. Wynn, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

DEMOCRAT ; Thursdaj^s ; democratic; 
four pages ; size 22x31; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1878 ; Jere. Dennis & Virgil Allen, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

DECATUR, C. H., Morgan Co., [^ 1,800 
pop., on Tennessee r. and at junction of 
Memphis & Charleston and G. S. Rd., 43 m. 
E. of Tuscumbia and 24 W. of Huntsville. 

NEWS ; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1872; L. Hensley Grubbs, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

TENNESSEE VAL.L.EY; Thursdays; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.25 ; es- 
tablished 1885; Mont Groenendyke, editor and 
publisher. 

DEMOPOLIS, Marengo Co., p l,3S9t 
pop., on the Tombigbee r. and Alabama Cen- 
tral Rd., 52 m. W. of Selma. Surrounded by 
a cotton-growing district ; principal ship- 
ping point in the county. 

^MARENGO NEWS-JOURNAL.; 

Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
24x36; subscription $2; established 1873; 
E. S. Cornish, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L 1. 

DOUBLE SPRINGS, C.H., Winston 

Co., [j 231 pop. A thrifty town with many 

natural advantages. 

WINSTON HERALD; Thursdavs; 
four pages; size 20x26; subscription $1.25; 
established 1881 ; William R. Adkins, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 1. 

EDWARDSVILLE,C. H., Cleburne 

Co., cf 450 pop., in farming district. 

STANDARD: Thursdays; four pages; 
size 24x35; subscription $1; established 1881; 
J. W. Yarbrough, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

ELBA, C. ff. Co-ffee Co., O, 222 pop., on 

Pea r., 30 m. S.of Troy and about 75 m. S. by 



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E. of Montgomery. It has three churches 

and an academy. 

COFFEE CO. NEWS; Friday; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1884; H. L. Martin, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 1. 

EUFAULA, Barhour Co., D, 6,000 
pop., on Chattahoochee r., at junction of 
Montgomery & Eufaula with Southwestern 
Rd. It is situated in one of the finest belts 
in this State, and is the distributing point 
for nimierous counties in Alabama and 
Georgia. A cotton-shipping point, 142 m. 
from Macon, Ga., and 80 from Montgomery. 

MAIL ; every morning except Monday 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays; democratic; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; size — 
daily 16x22, weekly i,size of page) 11x16 ; sub- 
scription—daily $5, weekly $1.50 ; established 
1884 ; W. R. McKenzie, editor and publisher ; 
circulation— daily L 2, weekly K 1. 

TIMES ; every morning except Monday, 
and TIMES AND NEWS, Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size— daily 20x26, 
weekly 29x43 ; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
$2 ; established— daily 1883, weekly 1845 ; W. 
D. Jelks, editor and publisher; circulation 
—daily L 2, weekly J 1 . 

EUTAW, C. H., Greene Co., -a 1,100 
pop., on the Alabama Great Southern Rd., 
35 m. from Tuskaloosa and 60 W. from Selma; 
in a cotton-gi'owing district. 

MIRROR; Tuesdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 22x31 ; subscription $1.00 ; es- 
tablished 1879 ; W. T. Callahan, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

WHIG AND OBSERVER; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1841 ; W. O. 
Monroe, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 2. 

EVERGREEN, C. H., Conecuh Co., [? 
1,200 pop., on Mobile & Montgomery Branch 
of Louisville & Nashville Rd., 82 m. from 
Montgomery and 104 from Mobile. 

CONECUH - ESCAMBIA STAR; 

Thursdays : four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1869 ; J. W. Davison, ed- 
itor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

FAYETTE COURT HOUSE, 

C. H., Fayette Co., ^ 1,000 pop., 40 m. from 
Tuskaloosa, on the Georgia Pacific Rd. A 
coal and iron section. 

FAYETTE JOURNAL; Fridays; four 

pages; size 25x38 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1881; Jourd White, editor; Journal 
Publishing Company, publishers. 

FLORENCE, C. H., Lauderdale Co., ~ti 
1,485 pop., on Tennessee i'., at head of navi- 
gation. Principal shipping point for the 
county and adjoining towns in Tennessee ; 
a branch railroad crosses the river, connect- 
ing with Memphis & Charleston Rd, at Tus- 
cumbia. 

BANNER : Thursdays; four pages; size 
22x30; subscription $1.25; established 1883 
Isaae S. Barr, editor and publisher; circ'n L 2 
GAZETTE ; Saturdays ; democratic 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50 
established 1819 ; James W. Morgan, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

FORT PAYNE, C. H., DeKalb Co.,cf 
200 pop., on Ala. Great Southern Rd. Coal- 
mining carried on. Produces tan-bark and 
has iron ore in its neighborhood. 
JOURNAL ; Fridays; democratic ; four 



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pages; size 24x35; subscription $1.50; es- 
tHDlished 1878; Tnoiiias H. Smith, editor 
and publislier ; circulation L 2. 

GADSDEN, C. H., Etowah Co., □'3,500 
pop., on Coosa r. and Tennessee and Coosa 
Rds. In tlie midst of iron and coal fields. Cot- 
ton and gi'ain-growing district. Considerable 
trade in lumber. Has several manufac- 
tories : Coosa Furnace, Metallic Paint 
Works and the only broom-handle factory 
in the State. 

NEWS; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription .$1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1881 ; W. P. Johnson, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1. 

TIMES; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 28x40 ; subscription S1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1867 ; W. M. Meeks, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 . 

GAINESVILLE, Sumter Co., -a 1,500 

pop., on the Tombigbee r. Merchandizing 

extensively carried on. 

MESSENGER; Fridays; four pages; 
size2ix30; subscription $2; established 1886 ; 
C. H. Allen, editor and publisher. 

GREENSBORO, C. H., Hale Co., ^ 

l,S3o+ pop., on Cincinnati, Selma & Mobile 
Rd., connecting at Akron, 18 m. distant, 
■with Ala. Great Southern Kd. The centre of 
considerable trade and surrounded by cot- 
ton plantations. 

ALiA BAMA BEACON; Tuesdays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 26x10 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1835 ; John G. Harvey, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

SOUTHERN WATCHMAN; Thurs 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1876 ; Wm. E. 
W. Yerbv, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2. 

MSOTITHERN UNIVERSITY 
MONTHLY; forty pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion S1.50; established 1884 ; L. C. Branscomb, 
editor; Literary Societies of the Southern 
University, publishers ; a college paper ; is- 
sued during the collegiate year. 

GREENVILLE, C. H., Butler Co., g 

3,000 pop., on Mobile & Montgomery Rd.,45 

m. from Montgomery, Cotton trade centre. 

ADVOCATE; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1865 ; James B. Stanley, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation I 2 . 

GROVE HILL, C. H., Clark Co., JJ 

200 pop. Surrounded by agricultural and 

stock-raising districts. 

CL.ARK CO. DEMOCRAT ; Thurs 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 20x26 ; 
subscription §1.50; established 18.")6 ; Isaac 
Grant, editor and publisher; circulation L 2. 

GUNTERSVILLE, C. H., Marshall 
Co., b 350 pop., on Tennessee r., 1 m. from 
landing. Engaged largely in cotton trade. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; sul)scription $1 50 ; 
established 1880; Robert N. Bell, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

HARTSELLE, Morgan Co., b 700 
pop., on South and North Alabama Rd., 13 
m. S. of Decatur and 74 N. of Birmingham. 
A merchandizing town. 

INDEX; Thursdays; democratic ; four 

f)ages; size 24x35; subscription $1.50; estab- 
Ished 1884 ; Oden & Mahan, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2. 



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HAYNEVILLE, C. H., Lowndes Co., 
g 3,484 pop. (of town), 23 m. S. W. of Mont- 
gomery. 

EXAMINER ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1868 ; Tom Baine, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

TIMES; Wednesdays; eight pages; size 
30x44; sub.scription $2 ; established 1885 ; D. 
J. Little, editor and publisher, 

HEADLAND, ffenry Co., r^ 50 pop., 
27 m. S. W. of Fort Gaines. Ga. Agricul- 
tural section. 

PROGRESS; Wednesdays ; eight pages ; 
size 22x32 ; subscription §1 ; established 18S5 ; 
B. R. Warthen, editor ; Progress Publishing 
Co., publishers. 

HUNTSVILLE,C. H., Madison Co., [^ 

4,977+ pop., 10 m. N. of Tennessee, on the 
Memphis & Charleston Rd., 24 E. of De- 
catur and 59 W. of Stevenson. Centre of 
trade ; surrounded by a farming, stock- 
raising and cotton-growing district ; active- 
ly engaged in manufactures of various 
kinds. 

MERCURY; every morning except 
Monday , and WEEKLY, Wednesdays ; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size- 
daily 24x36, weekly, size of page 24x36 ; sub- 
scription—daily $8, weeklj' $1 ; cstablislied- 
daily 1885, weekly 1815 ; B. P. Hunt, editor ; 
Daily Mercury Pub. Co., publishers ; circula- 
tion-weekly J 1 ; issue also the Alabama 
Teachers' Journal. 

DEMOCRAT; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$2; established 1867; J. Withers Clay, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; republican ; four 
pages ; .size 22x30 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1879; Charles Hendley, Jr., editor; 
Huntsville Gazette Co., publishers; circula- 
tion K 1. 

INDEPENDENT; Tlnirsdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1854 ; Frank Coleman, editor ; 
Independent Publishing Co., publishers ; cir- 
culation J 2. 

NEW SOUTH ; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; ChElrles P. Lane, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2. 

NORMAL INDEX; Fridays: organ of 
the colored race ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; Pupils of 
the State Normal and Industrial School, edi- 
tors and publishers ; a college paper ; issued 
during the collegiate vear. 

ALABAMA TEACHERS' JOUR- 
NAL ; monthly ; educational : twenty pages ; 
size of page 9x12 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; J. A, B. Lovett, editor ; Mercury 
Publishing Co., publishers ; issue also the 
Mercury. 

GOOD SHEPHERD; monthly; cum 
berlaiul presbyterian, colored; four pages; 
size 20x26; suliscriijtion .50 cents ; establislied 
1883 ; Rev. J. F. Humphrey, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

JACKSONVILLE, C. H., Calhoun 
Co., cf 1.000 pop., on E. Tenn., Va. & Ga. Rd., 
145 m. from Selma. The trading point for 
an agricultural section. Has verj' fine edu- 
cational advantages, and is visited during 
summer for tlie mineral waters found near. 

REPUBLICAN; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1836; J. F. & L. W. Grant, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

JASPER, C. H.. IFalJcer Co., ^ 500 pop., 
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Decatui'. An agricultural, cotton-growing 
and mineral district. 

MOUNTAIN EAGIiE; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1873 ; L. B. Musgrove, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

TRUE CITIZEN; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x35; subscription 
$1 : established 18-^4 ; Gunter & Gunter, edi- 
tors and pi'oprietors ; circulation L 2. 

XAFAYETTE,C.H., Chambers Co.,n- 
1,200 pop., on E. Alabama Rd., 18 m. from 
Opelika and 84 from Montgomery. Cotton 
market and headquarters for supplies for 
surrounding country. 

CHAMBERS TRIBUNE ; Wednes 
•days ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1883 ; E. M. Oliver, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SUN; "Wednesdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1880; T. E. & S. M. Richards, publish- 
ers ; circulation K 2. 

XINDEN, C. H., Marengo Co., JJ 250 

pop., 52m. W. by S. of Selma and 18 m. from 

Demopolis. Principal industries are cattle 

and sheep raising. 

REPORTER; Fridays; four pages ; size 
22x31 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1879; 
John E. Hecker, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation L 2. 

LIVELY, I^ee Co., a- 4,500 pop., on 
Chattahoochee r., and on Alabama Western 
Rd. A cotton-growing and iron-manufac- 
turing community. 

ALABAMA FREE PRESS; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1884 ; Waddell 
& Daniel, editors and publishers ; circ'n L 2 . 

LIVINGSTON, C. H., Sumter Co., -a 
1,000 pop., on Alabama Great Southern Rd., 
10 m. from its Junction with East Tennessee, 
Virginia & Georgia Rd., 37 from Meridian, 
Miss., and 80 W. of Selma. Popular health 
resort on account of fine mineral waters. 
Seat of Alabama Normal College for Girls. 
Located in centre of fine agricultural dis- 
trict. A steadily improving town. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; democratic; 

•eight pages ; size 24x35 : subscription $ i ; es- 
tablished 1865; Frank Herr, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

MARION, C. H., Perry Co., a 2,500 
pop., 30 m. X. W. of Selma, on Cincinnati, 
Selma & Mobile branch of the Western Rd. 
In a very productive cotton section. Sev- 
eral educational institutions are located 
here. 

STA ND ARD ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
•eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1879 ; Thomas Hudson, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1. 

JUDSON ECHOES; monthly; eight 
pages; size of page 8x11; subscription 75 
cents ; established 1881 ; students of the Fide- 
lian Society of Judson Female Institute, ed- 
itors and publishers : a college paper ; issued 
during the collegiate year. 

MOBILE, C. 11., Mobile Co., p 31,205 
pop., on Mobile r., near its entrance into 
Mobile bay. Engaged in foreign and do- 
mestic commerce and manufactures ; the 
largest coffee market in the South, and one 



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of the largest cotton markets in the United 
States. An extensive coal and naval sup- 
ply depot. Regular lines of steamboats run 
to Florida ports, various points on Alabama, 
Tombigbee and Black Warrior rs., and to 
New Orleans. Southern terminus of Mo- 
bile & Ohio Rd., which connects with Illi- 
nois Central Rd. at Cairo, forming a con- 
tinuous line from the Gulf to the lakes. 
Also terminus of New Orleans & Mobile 
Rd., Mobile, Alabama & ^Grand Trunk Rd. 
and Mobile & Great Northern Rd., which 
connects witli Montgomery and other points 
North and East. 

REGISTER ; every morning except 
Monday, and every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEK. Li Y, Saturdays; democratic; 
daily four pages, Sunday and weekly twelve 
pages ; size— daily 26x37, Sunday and weekly 
(size of page) 18x26 ; subscription— morning 
$12, evening $12, weekly $2 ; established 1821 ; 
John L. Rapier & Co., publishers ; circulation 
—daily H 1, Sunday H 2, weekly G 1. 

ITEM ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; size 31x44 ; 
subscription $1.00; established 1881; John F. 
Cothran & Son, editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

MONITOR; Sundavs; four pages; size 
22x30; subscription $1.50; established 1885; 
Monitor Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

MONROEVILLE, C. H., Monroe Co., 
g 300 pop., 10 m. from Claiborne, on Ala- 
bama r., 100 from Mobile and 90 S. of Selma. 
Surrounded by a cotton-growing country. 

MONROE JOURNAL. ; Mondays ; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x42 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1867 ; Horace R. Hood, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

MONTGOMERY, C,H., Montgomery 
Co., ^ State capital, 25,000 pop., on Alabama 
r., 197 m. N. E. of Mobile, at centering point 
of four railroads. Engaged in cotton trade , 
shipping by steamboat to Mobile. 

ADVERTISER.; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays ; dem- 
ocratic ; daily eight pages, weekly twelve 
pages ; size of page 15x22 ; subscription— daily 
$10, weekly $1.50; established 1828; Screws, 
Cory & Glass, editors and publishers ; circu- 
, lation — daily 1 1, weekly 1 1 . 

DISPATCH ; every morning excejit Sun- 
day, and SUNDAY DISPATCH. Sun- 
days ; daily— four and eight pages ; Sundaj', 
eight pages ; size— daily (four pages) 22x30, 
(eight pages) 30x44; subscription with Sun- 
day .$6; established 1885; Dispatch Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers. 

ALABAMA BAPTIST; Thursdays; 
baptist ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1874 ; Harris & Davis, editors 
and publishers ; circulation H 1. 

HERA LD ; Sundays ; four pages : size 
24X.34; established 1885; Thomas B. Stubbs, 
editor and publisher. 

SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST; 
Fridays ; agricultural ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1870; Thomas 
J. Key, editor and publisher ; circulation J 2. 

SUNDAY CAPITAL; Sundays; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1885; C. H.Williams, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SUNDAY DISPATCH ; (see Dispatch). 

ODD FELLOWS' JOURNAL; 
monthly; odd-fellowship: four pages; size 
22x32; subscription 50 cents ; established 1885 ; 
John Harmon, editor and publisher. 

MOULTON, C. H., Lawrence Co., ^ 
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Rd. at Courtland and 165 N. by W. of Mont- 
gomery. 

ADVERTISER; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 23x33 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1829 ; D. C. White, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

NOTASULGA, ^facoii Co., Ul^ l,(i91 
pop., on Montgomery & West Point Rd., 58 
m. from Montgomery. 

UNIVERSAIiIST HERALD; semi 
montlily ; univ^rsalist ; four pages ; size 
22x;32 ; s'ubscription $2 ; established 1847; Rev. 
John C. Burruss and D. B. Clayton, editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

OPELIKA,C. H., Lee Co., o3,310 pop., 
on Western Alabama Rd., at junction of 
Columbus & Western and East Alabama 
Rds., 64 m. E. of Montgomex-y, 28 from 
Columbus, 113 from Atlanta. Centre of a 
cotton and grain-growing country. 

TIMES ; semi-weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays ; democratic ; eight pages ; size of 
page 15x21 ; subscription $1 ; established 1874; 
B. H. Kieser, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 2. 

OXFORD, Calhoun Co., a' 2,400 pop., 

at junction of E. Tenn., Va. & Ga. and Ga. 

Pacific Rds., 65 m. from Birmingham and 

100 from Atlanta, Ga. Manufactures iron, 

wool, cotton, bricks, etc. 

NEWS; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x36 : subscription S2 ; estab 
lished 1882 ; A. McHau, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

OZARK, C. H., Dale Co., ^ 512t pop., 
40 m. S. E. of Troy. Most important place 
in the county. 

SOUTHERN STAR; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion SI; established 1867; J. M. Carmichael, 
editor ; Jos. A. Adams, publisher ; circula- 
tion K 2. 

PINEAPPLE, Wilcox Co., g 1,000 
pop., 40 m. S. of Selma, on the Pensacola 
and Selma Rd. An agricultural section. 

GAZETTE; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 22x31; subscription $1.50; 
established 1884 ; J. A. Matheson, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

PRATTVILL.E,C.H.,^Mf«M7« Co.,u 
977t pop., 14 m. N. W. of Montgomery. 

SOUTHERN SIGNAL,: Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion §1.50; established 1877; Wilkinson & 
Kent, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion Kl. 

ROANOKE, llamlolph Co., Q- 8J7 

pop., 25 m. from West Point, Ga.. near East 

Ala. Rd. Seat of large Male and Female 

College. 

RANDOLPH CO. NEWS; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 22x31; sub- 
scription .SI; established 1870; J. L. Forbes, 
editor and publisher. 

ROCKFORD,C. H., Coosa Co., u 1,068 
pop. Granite and marble are extensively 
found here. 

ENTERPRISE ; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$1 ; established 1878 ; Wash. L. Smith, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L2. 



RUTL.EDGE, C. H., Crenshaw Co., g 
300 pop. Engaged in farming. Cotton and 
corn the principal products. 

ENTERPRISE ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 15x22 ; subscription §1.51) ; 
established 1883 ; M. Tucker, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

SCOTTSBORO, C. H., Jackson Co., cT 
1,050 pop., on Memphis & Charleston Rd., 
42 m. from Huntsville and 55 from Chatta- 
nooga. 

ALABA3IA HERALD; Thursdajs ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1868; A. Snodgrass, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

CITIZEN; Thursdajs; democratic; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1877; James Armstrong, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SEALE, C. H., liussell Co., U\ 400 pop., 

on Mobile & Girard Rd., 20 miles from 

Columbus, Ga. 

RUSSELL REGISTER; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1875 ; E. H. Glenn, editor ; 
W. C. Gueri-y, publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

SELMA, C.H., Dallas Co., g 10,500 pop., 
on Alabama r., 300 m. from its mouth. Sur- 
rounded by a cotton-growing district ; cen- 
tre of trade in cotton, lumber, iron and 
coal. Terminus of Western R.R. of Ala- 
bama, Selma & Pensacola, Selma, Cincin- 
nati, Selma & Mobile, and Selma & N. O. 
Rds., and on the line of the Eastern Tenn., 
Va. & Ga. (Selma, Rome and Daltou and 
Selma & Meridian consolidated). 

EVENING MAIL; every evening 
except Sundav, and SUNDAY MORNIN G 

MAIL, Sundays; democratic; daily four 
pages, Sunday eight pages ; size— daily 20x30, 
Sunday 30x40; subscription — daily $7, 
weekly $1; established 1881; Kincey Bros., 
editors and publishers; circulation— daily 
L2, Sunday K 1. 

MORNING TIMES; every morning 
except Monday, aud TIMES-ARGUS» 
Fridays ; democratic : four pages ; size— daily 
25x38, weeklv 26x40 ; subscription— daily $10, 
weekly $1; established 1825; Thos. Hender- 
son, editor ; Times Publishing Co., publishers ; 
circulation— dally K 2, weekly I 2 . 

BAPTIST PIONEER ; Thursdays; bap- 
tist ; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1878 ; Rev. E. M. Brawley, 
editor ; Pioneer Pub. Co., publishers ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

DALLAS POST; Saturdays; four 
jages; size 22x31; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1884; A. Boyd, editor and publisher j 
circulation K 2. 

SUNDAY MORNING MAIL; (see 
Ereninn Mail). . 

Ti3IES-AR(JUS ; {see Mormng Times). 

SHEFFIELD, Colbert Co., ^200 pop., 

34 m. N. of Tuskaloosa. 

CLARION ; Saturdays ; eight pat«'S ; 
size 34x48 ; subscrii)tion $1.50 ; established 
1SS5; Blake & Son, editors and publishers. 

SIX MILE, J^if^b Co., D 175 pop., 5 m. 
from Day's Mill, on East Tenn. Virg. & 
Ga. Rd. Is a cotton market and on edge of 
coal and iron fields. 



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BIBB BLADE; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 2:5x3.3 ; subscription $1 ; established 1880 •, 
Gist &, Son, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion K 1. 



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ALABAMA. 



SOMERVILLE, C.H., Morgan Co., 
^ 200 pop., 5 m. from Tennessee r. and 9 dis- 
tant from nearest i-ailroad point. An agri- 
cultural country ; corn and cotton are the 
principal products. 

MORGAN CO. NEWS : Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22xol ; subscrip- 
ti(m $1.25 ; established 1884 ; Daniel Williams, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

SPRING VILLE, -S-*. Clair Co., [^ 
250 pop., on the Alabama and Chattanooga 
Rd., 28 m. X. E. of Birmingham. 

MAIIii; Mondays; eight pages; size 30x41; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1885 ; J. N. 
Montgomery, editor; J. P. Montgomery, 
publisher. 

TALLADEGA, C. H., Talladega Co., 
n 2,400 pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia 
and Greorgia, Anniston & Atlantic and Tal- 
ladega & Coosa Valley Rds., 109 m. from 
Selma and 36 from Jacksonville. State 
Institution for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind is 
located in this city. 

OUR MOUNTAIN HOME; Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1867; J. C. 
Williams, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2. 

REPORTER AND WATCHTOW- 
ER; Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription $3; established 1844; 
Cross & Cruikshank, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2. 

TROY, C. H., Pilce Co., O^ 3,000 pop., 
terminus of Mobile & Girard Rd., 315 m. 
from Union Springs and 50 from Mont- 
gomery. Centre of considerable cotton 
trade ; 30,000 bales per annum local re- 
ceipts. 

ENQUIRER; Saturdaj'S ; democratic; 

eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1875; Frank Baltzell, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 2 . 

MESSENGER ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1867 ; J. W. Heni-y, editor ; W. J. Blan 
& Co., publishers ; circulation J 1. 

TUSCUMBIA, C. H., Colbert Co., ^ 
1,385 pop., near Tennessee r. and on Mem- 
phis & Charleston Rd., 43 m. from Decatur 
and 6T from Huntsville. Surrounded by an 
agricultural district. A branch railroad ex- 
tends to Florence and Sheffield, on Ten- 
nessee r. Business centre. 

CLARION; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 34x48; subscription $1.50; established 
1885 ; Blake & Son, editors and publishers. 

NORTH AIiABA3IIAN; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; established 1832; A. S. Mclver, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

TUSKALOOSA, C. H., Tuskaloosa 
Co., -a 2,017 pop., on Black Warrior r., at head 
of steamboat navigation and on Alabama & 
Chattanooga Rd., 71 m. from its junction 
with Alabama Central. Surrounded by a 
cotton-growing district. Cotton is shipped 
from this point. State University, several 
large Female Schools and other institutions 
located here. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; es- 



tablished 1872 ; S. F. Nunnelee & Son, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

TIMES; Wednesdays; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1841 ; H. H. Brown, editor ; Times Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation K 2. 

ALABAMA UNIVERSITY MONTH- 
LY; forty-four pages octavo; subscription 
$2; established 1872; Literary Societies of 
Alabama University, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2 ; a college paper ; issued dur- 
ing the college year. 

TUSKEGEE, C.H., Macon Co., 0^2,500 
pop., 40 m. from Montgomery. In cotton 
section. Contains cotton-seed oil mill and 
has good educational facilities. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; four pages; size 
23x30 ; subscription $2 ; established 1885 ; The 
Gazette Publishing Co., editors and publishers. 

NEWS; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 36x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1865 ; D. W, Mclver, editor ; Boyd & 
Mclver.publishers; circulation K 2.iW~Actual 
average circulation for one year preceding 
Nov. 24, 1885, as 2}er statement on file at the 
office of the American Newspaper Directory, 
978 copies. 

UNION SPRINGS, C. H., Bullock 
Co., □. 1,862+ pop., on Montgomery & Euf aula 
Rd., at intersection of Mobile & Girard Rd., 
40 m. from Montgomery and 54 from Colum- 
bus, Ga. In cotton belt. Has oil mill, steam 
cotton ginnery, soap works and numerous 
small manufactories. 

ALABAMA PROHIBITIONIST; 

Fridays ; prohibition ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1884 ; Edw. Les- 
lie and Frank Leslie, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2 . 

HERALD ; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2.50 ; es- 
tablished 1865 ; D. F. McCall, editor ; McCall 
& Chapman, publishers ; circulation J 1 . 

tJNIONTOWN, Perry Co., U 1,500 
pop., 20 m. from C. H. and 30 from Selma, 
on the East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia 
Rd., in the heart of the Canebrake. A cot- 
ton-growing and shipping point. 

CANEBRAKE NEWS; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1884; James Barr, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

VERNON, C. H., Lamar Co., b 250 

pop., 28 m. from Columbus, Miss., and 16 

from Rd. 

LAMAR NEWS; Thursdays; four pages; 
size of page 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1883; E. J. McNatt, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

WARRIOR, Jefferson Co., U 800 
pop., 23 m. from Birmingham, on the South 
& North Alabama Rd. Several coal mines 
In the vicinity. 

MINERAL AGE; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 18x26; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Will G. Brown, editor ; Jas. M. 
Home, publisher. 

WEDOWEE, C. H., Randolph Co., D- 

250 pop. Has fine water power and mineral 

deposits. 

OBSERVER: Fridays; four pages; size 
22x31; subscription $1; established 1883; 
Wedowee Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2 . 



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WETUMPKA, C. H., Elmore Co., D 
750 pop., on Wetumpka branch, 7 m. long, 
of South & North Rd., and at the head of 
navigation on Coosa r., about 14 m. from 
Montgomery. 

ELMORE EXPRESS; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; Elmore Express Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers. 

TIHIES ; Tuesdays ; four pages ; size 
24xo(i : subscription $1.00 ; established 1875 ; G. 
A. B. Smith, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L2. 

ARKANSAS. 

ALMA, Crawford Co.,\2 1,000 pop., on 
Little Rock & Fort Smith and St. Louis, 
Arkansas & Texas branch of St. Louis & 
San Francisco Rds. Laid out in 1872. Lies 
in a farming country, with abundant tim- 
ber and water, producing rye, oats, flax, 
tobacco, wheat, corn, cotton and a variety 
of other products ; 19 m. E. of Fort Smith. 

ARKANSAS FARMER; Fridays; four 
pages ; size24x35; subscription §1; established 
1882 ; R. R. Woods, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L2. 

ALTUS, Franklin Co., ^ 200 pop., on 

Little Rock & Fort Smith Rd., 5 m. E. of 

Ozark and 20 W. of Clarksville. Has steam 

mills and cotton gins. A shipping point 

for cotton. 

ALiBION; Saturdays; eleht pages; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; W. C. 
Jamison, editor and publisher ; circulation 
L2. 

ARGENTA, ^w/as^'i Co., n 1,800 pop., 
on the Little Rock & Fort Smith and Mem- 
phis & Little Rock Rds., 2 m. from Little 
Rock. A growing town. 

INCIDENT: Saturdays; four pages ; size 
2^x30; subscription $1.50; established 1885; H. 
C. Warner & Co., editors and publishers. 

ARKADELPHIA, C. H., ClarJc Co., 
p l,506t pop., on Ouachitar,, 75 m. S. by W.of 
Little Rock. Surrounded by an agricultural 
and cotton-producing country ; possesses 
water power; centre of trade for eight 
counties. 

ARKANSAW CLIPPER; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; subscrip- 
tion SI ; established 1882 ; S. P. Meador, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 

SOUTHERN STANDARD ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four paj^es ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription .$2 ; established 1868 ; Adam Clark 
and George M. Beck, editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 2. 

ARKANSAS CITY, C. H., Desha 

Co., 3, 50:jt pop., at terminus of L. R., M. R.|& 

T. Rd., on Mississippi r. Is a shipping point ; 

has a coal depot and saw-mill ; in a good 

farming country. 

JOURNALi ; Wednesdays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 24x36; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1875 ; B. F. Grace, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

ATKINS, ^ope Co., ^522 pop., on Lit- 
tie Rock & Fort Smith Rd., 63 m. from Lit- 
tle Rock. An enterprising town, with 



mills, cotton gins, etc., in a stock and farm- 
ing country, with a good climate. 

POPE CO. REFLECTOR: Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription Sl.OO; established 1878 ; W. W. Gill, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

AUGUSTA, C. H., Woodruff Co., n- 820 
pop., on Wliite r., navigable all the year. 
Has steam saw-mills and gins. 

WOODRUFF CO. VIDETTE; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $2; established 1877 ; W. W. Fol- 
som, editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

AUSTIN, Lonoke Co., u 200 pop., on 

St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd. 

Flour mill here. 

ARKANSAS AGENT AND 
FRIEND ; semi-monthly ; four pages ; 
size 26x40 ; subscription 75 cents ; established 
1886 ; L. Brown, editor and publisher. 

AUVERGNE, Jackson Co., iif on 

Little Rock & Fort Smith Rd., lO m. S. of 

Newport. 

ACADEMIC ADVOCATE; monthly; 
educational ; twenty pages ; size of page 
8x11; subscription 50c.; established 1885; j).W. 
Bristol, editor and publisher. 

BATESVILLE, C. H., Independence 

Co., b 1,700 pop., on White r., at terminus of 
the White River branch of the St. Louis, 
Iron Mountain & Southern and Batesville 
& Brinkley Rds., 90 m. N. by E. of Little 
Rock. Steamboats ascend the river to this 
point. An agricultural and mineral (Man- 
ganese) country. Cotton, tobacco, corn, 
wheat, oats, fruit and vegetables are culti- 
vated. 

GUARD ; Fridays ; democratic : eight 
pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription §1 ; estab- 
lished 1877 ; M. Y. Sodisman, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

NORTH ARKANSAS PILOT; Tues 
davs ; Democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1879 ; T. J. 
Stubbs, editor ; W. W. Byers, publisher ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

BEEBE, White Co., u 1,000 pop., on St. 
L., I. M. & S. Rd., 82 m. N. E. of Little Rock. A 
growing town and a trade centre for a large 
district, raising small fruit, cotton, pota- 
toes, etc. Has a large fruit-canning estab- 
lishment. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; independent-demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
SI; established 1885; H. L. Dodge, editor; 
John S. Ennis, publisher. 

ARKANSAW HUB; Fridays; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription Si ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; Sam J. Crabtree, editor and 
pul)lisher. 

BENTON, C. II., Saline Co.. G 750 
pop., on St. Louis & I. M. Rd., 25 m. S. W. of 
Little Rock. 
SALINE COURIER; Thursdays; 

democratic; four pages; size 26x40; subscrip- 




CHANIC; semi-monthly; agricultural; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription .50 
cents ; established 1886 ; H. D. Layman, edi- 
tor and publisher. 

BENTONVILLE, C. Ti.,Benton Co.,\i 
2.000 pop., in the N. W. corner of the State, 



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180 m. from Little Rock. An agricultural 
district and tobacco mart. Several manu- 
factories in operation. 

BENTON CO. DEMOCRAT ; Satur 
days ; democratic ; eiglit pages ; size 35x4S ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1886 ; D. H. Ham- 
mons, editor; John W. Coiley, publislier. 

BENTON CO. JOUKNAI^; Wednes 
davs ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1883 ; J. B. Thompson, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

BERRYVILI.E,C.H., Carroll Co.,-^ 

500 pop., 12 m. from Eureka Springs. Tlie 

seat of Clarke's Academy. Has rich soil and 

offers special inducements to immigrants. 

CARROLiIi PROGRESS ; Wednes 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$1.00; established 1879 ; Hailey Bros., editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

BOONVIIiliE, Logan Co., -a 600 pop., 

on the Petit Jean r., 38 m. S. E. of Port 

Smith. Has churches, steam flour mills. 

General merchandizing. 

ENTERPRISE ; Pridays ; four pages : 
size 22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1879 ; 
Moore & Co., editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

BRINKLEY, Moiiroe Co., a- 1,100 
pop., at junction of Texas & St. Louis, 
Memphis & Little Rock and Batesville & 
Brinkley Rds., 71 m. from Memphis, Tcnn. 
Has oil mills and stave factory. Brinkley 
Car Works and Manufacturing Co. is lo- 
cated here. 

ARGUS ; Saturdays; democi'atic; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Robert J. Kelley, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

CAMDEN, C. H., Ouachita Co., g 1,517 
pop., on Ouachita r., 110 m. S. by W. of Lit- 
tle Rock, 70 S. W. of Pine Bluff. Steamboats 
ascend the river to this point, making it an 
active trade centre : cotton-growing sec- 
tion, and principal shipping point for cot- 
ton in Soutli Arkansas. 

BEACON ; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1874 ; Jas. S. Holmes, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

CARLISLE, Lonoke Co., n 500 pop., 
on Memphis & Little Rock Rd., 82 m. from 
Little Rock and 100 from Memphis. Agri- 
cultural section. 

NEW DEPARTURE; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 23x36; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1880; Emonson & Co., editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2. 

CENTRE POINT, C. l{.,Hotoard Co., 

p 700 pop., 8 m. from Nashville, a railroad 

terminus. Has large flouring mill* and 

planing machine. 

TOCSIN ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1883 ; W. S. Grant, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2. 

CHARLESTON, Franldln Co., b 

400 pop., 20 m. S. W. of Ozark and about 24 

m. E. S. E. of Fort Smith. Has chui'ch, 

Masonic institute and steam flour mill. 

VINDICATOR; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; 
R. S. Bridgman, editor and publisher. 



ARKANSAS. 



CLARENDON, C. H., Mo7iroe Co., o 
600 pop., on White r., 48 m. W. of Helena^ 
terminus of Ark. Midland, also on line of St. 
Louis & Texas Rd. Has saw mills and cot- 
ton gin. In good agricultural section. 

MONROE CO. SUN; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1877 ; Robert P. Wair, editor ; 
Sun Printing Co., publishers ; circ'n L 2. 

CLARKSVILLE, C. H., Johnson Co., 
V) 1,056 pop., on Little Rock & Pt. Smith Rd.,. 
102 m. N. W. of Little Rock. Has flouring 
and planing mills. 

ARK ANSA W ECONOMIST ; Fri- 
days ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1885 ; J. R. Tolbert, editor ; 
Economist Printing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion J 1 . 

HERALiD ; Pridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1877 ; Hite & George, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2 . 

CLINTON, C. H., Van Buren Co , ^ 
166 pop., on Little Red r., about 65 m. N. by 
W. from Little Rock. Merchandizing car- 
ried on. 

L.ABORERS' GUIDE; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; fom- pages ; size 20x28 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; J. New ton Wolff, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

COAL HILL, Johnson Co., ^ 600 
pop., on the Little Rock and Fort Smith 
Rd., 10 m, E. of Ozark. Church and fire- 
brick manufactury. An excellent farming 
country. 

ARKANSAS VAL.EEY; Saturdays 
four pages ; size 20x2<3 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1885; Robert Stonecipher, editor 
and publisher. 

CONWAY, C.H., Faull-nerCo., D 1,250 

pop., on L. R. & Ft. S. Rd., 30 m. from Little 

Rock. In growing and rich cotton country. 

L.OG CABIN: Thursdays; four pages ^ 
size 24x36 ; subscription $1.00 ; established 
1879; J. W. Underhill, editor; Woods & 
Underbill, publishers ; circulation K 2. 

DARDANELLE, C. H., Yell Co., ^d 
1,600 pop., on Arkansas r. and Dardanelle & 
Russellville branch of the Little Rock & Pt. 
Smith Rd., 75 m. N. W. of Little Rock. A 
shipping point and trade centre. 

POST; Thursdays ; democratic ; four 

pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 50 ; estab- 
lished 1877; G. R. Williams, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 2. '^^ Actual aver- 
age circulation for one year, preceding Dec. 
11, 1885, as T>^r statement on file at the office of 
the American Neivspaper Directory, 1,590 
copies. 

DES ARC, C. H., Prairie Co., u 548 
pop., on White r., 50 m. N. E. of Little Rock, 
and 15 N. of the line of Memphis & Little 
Rock Rd. 

CITIZEN ; Pridays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50.; estab- 
lished 1854 ; J. E. Gatewood and J. J. Baugh, 
editors ; and E. B. Morrill, publisher ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

CRESCENT; Tuesdays; Democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1885; J. S. Thomas, editor; S. A. 
Thomas, publisher. 

DEV ALL'S BLUFF, Prairie Co., 
n 200 pop., on the W. bank of White r. and 



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on the M. & L. R. Rd., 47 m. E. of Little Rock 

and 87 ni. W.S. W. of Memphis. It has a saw 

mill and other manufactories. 

WHITE RIVER JOURNAL.: Thurs 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; 
subscription SI. 50; established 1883; R. B. Carl- 
lee, editor ; White River Journal Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation K 1. 

DE WITT, C. H., Arkansas Co., n- 400 
pop., 20 m. from Goldman, th»; nearest rail- 
road point. 

GAZETTE ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 24x85 ; subscription §1 ; 
established 1884; J. P. Poynter, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

EL DORADO, C.H., Union Co., p 443t 
pop., 145 m. from Little Rock and 32 E. by 
S. of Camden. The contiguous section pro- 
duces cotton, and borders on the Ouachita r. 

EAGLE; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription §2 ; estab- 
lished 1877 ; S. B. Baird, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 1 . 

EUREKA SPRINGS, C. H., Carroll 
Co., "d 8,000 pop., 18 m. from Seligman, Mo., 
connects with St. L. & S. F. Ry. by Eureka 
Springs Ry. at Seligman. Contains famous 
healing springs, which form the chief 
source of the prosperity and importance of 
the town; contains twenty-nine hotels. 
The population at the height of the season 
is estimated to reach 25,000. The springs 
have created the town. 
ECHO; every morning and WEEKLY, 
Saturdays ; four pages ; size— daily 22x30, 
weekly 24x35; subscription— daily .$7.80, week- 
ly $1 ; established 1885; A. B. Adams, editor 
and publisher. 
TIMES; Saturdays; Democratic; foiu- 

f)ages; size 26x40; subscription S1.5U; estab- 
ished 1881 ; Henry A. Cook, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

EVENING SHADE, C. H., Sharp 

Co., ti 350 pop., 20 m. S. of Hardy, on Kansas 

City, Fort Scott & Gulf Rd. Produces flour, 

lumber, wagons and harness, and possesses 

educational facilities. 

SHARP CO. RECORD; Thursdays; 
four pages ; democratic ; size 20x26 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1877 ; E. G. Hender- 
son, editor and publisher; cii'culation L2. 

EAYETTEVILLE, C. H., Washing- 
ton Co., \\ 3,000 pop., on the St. Louis & San 
Francisco Rd„ 170 m. N. W. of Little Rock. 
An agricultural, coal, lead and iron-produc- 
ing region. 

ARKANSAS SENTINEL; Thurs- 
daj-s ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; 
.subscription $1.50 ; established 1875 ; J. R. 
Pettigrew and I. M. Partridge, editor and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

DExlIOCRAT ; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size 15x21 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1868; S. E. Marrs, editor; Demo- 
crat Publishing Co., publishers; circ'n K 1. 

FORDYCE, Dallas Co., g 500 pop., 
on the Texas and St. Louis Rd. Commer- 
cial centre of a large cotton district. 

ENTERPRISE ; Thursdays ; non- 
partisan ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1884; J. M. Raines, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

rORREST CITY, C. H., St. Francis 

Co., D- 1,0(X) pop., on Memphis & Little Rock 



ARKANSAS. 



Rd., Helena & Iron Mountain and St. Louis 
& Southern Rds. also cross»here, 45 m. E. 
of Memphis and 90 from Little Rock. Is a 
considerable stock and cotton - shipping 
point and trade centre. 

ST. FRANCIS CO. NEWS; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1884; Napoleon B. 
Fizer and C. B. Scott, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2. 

TIMES; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1871 ; Hicks & Oury, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L 2 . 

FORT SMITH, C. H., Sebastian Co., 
-a 10,000 pop., on Arkansas r., 163 m.W. by N. 
of Little Rock, terminus of Little Rock 
& Ft. Smith and St. Louis & San Francisco 
Rds. Has the largest cotton compress and 
oil-seed mills in the world ; large export- 
ation of corn, fruit, cotton, stock, lumber, 
hides, etc.; most important town in Western 
Arkansas. Has the finest public schools in 
this State. 

TI3IES ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays; democratic; four 
pages; size— daily 24x36, weekly 26x40; 
subscription— daily $7.50, weekly $1 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; Cruce & Knoble, editors and 
publishers ; circulation— daily L 2 , weekly 
K2. 

TRIBUNE; every morning and WEEK- 
L Y , Wednesdays ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription — daily $8.50. weeklv $1.00 ; estab- 
lished—daily 1S83, weekly 1885 ; J. F. Eberle & 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation— daily 
Kl, weekly J 1. 

BORDER CITY SUN; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25 ; established 18S5 ; M. Stroup, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

ELEVATOR; Fi-idays ; independent- 
democratic ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; established 1878; Carnall Bros., 
editors and publishers ; circulation I 2 . 

FRANKLIN, I^ard Co., [^ 250 pop., 
on Strawberry creek, about 27 m. N. of 
Batesville. It has several churches. 

TIDINGS; Saturdays; four pages; size 
22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; 
Baker & Hutchinson, editors; C. C. Baker, 
publisher. 

GAINESVILLE, C.H., Greene Co.,^ 

476 pop., about 77 m. E.N.E. of Batesville. It 

has an academy, a chm-ch, flour mill and 

several stores. 

GREENE CO. EVENTS; Saturdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1882 ; Frank M. Daul- 
ton, editor and publisher; circulation L 2. 

GREENWOOD, CU., Sebastian Co., 

-a 550 pop., 16 m. from Ft. Smith. In a cotton 

district. 

TI3IES ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 24x35; subsci'iption $1; estab- 
lished IS'^S ; R. W. McFarlane, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

GURDON, Clark Co., P 3.50 pop., 15 
m. S. W. of Arkadelphia and on the rail- 
road from Little Rock to Texarkana. Has 
a large number of manufactories. 

ADVOCATE; Thursdays; four pages; size 
20x26 ; established 1385 ; E. J. Ellis, editor and 
publisher. 



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HAMBURGH, C. n., Ashley Co., O^ 
550 pop., 30 m. S. of Monticello. Engaged in 
lumber manufacturing. 
NEWS ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 

f>ages ; size 2.'x30 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
islied 1SS4 ; Downey & Pugh, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2. 

HARRISBURGH, C. H., Poinsett 
Co., W 700 pop., on Helena & I. M. Rd., 66 m. 
from Memphis and 84 from Helena. Tim- 
ber-shipping point. Has coal mines and 
mineral springs. 

FREEMAN'S EXPRESS; Fridays; 
independent ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1878 ; T. G. McRaven, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

HARRISON, C. H., Boone Co., ^ 900 
pop., 90 m. from Springfield, Mo., and 40 
from Eureka Springs. Is engaged in 
milling and manufacturing ; lies in a rich 
agricultural country, and is a central trad- 
ing point for Northern Arkansas. 
BOONE BANNER; Wednesdays; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Henry R. and Wm. Fielding, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation L 2. 
TIMES ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 

f)ages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
ished 1876 ; J. R. Newman, editor ; Newman 
& Lebow, publishers ; circulation K 2. 

HELENA, C.H., Phillips Co., o 4,500 
pop., on Mississippi r., 80 m. below Mem- 
phis, 8 below the mouth of St. Francis r. 
The river steamers touch here, making it a 
considerable cotton-shipping point and a 
trade centre, including lumber and cotton- 
seed oil. St. Louis, I. M. & Southern RR. 
connects Helena with Memphis, Little 
Rock, St. Louis, etc. Also, Arkansas Mid- 
land narrow gauge Rd. opens travel to 
Little Rock, St. Louis, Cairo, etc., by Para- 
more Rd. Also, the Mobile & Northwestern 
Rd., across the Mississippi River opposite 
this point, opens travel to Memphis and 
other points. Fine cotton-seed oil factories, 
spoke and hub factories, foundry, carriage 
and wagon factory are now running, and 
new industries are springing up. 

WORLiD; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEK-Li Y, Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size— daily 24x35, weekly 28x44 ; 
subscription— daily $10, weekly $2 ; estab- 
lished 1872 ; Wm. S. Burnett, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation— daily K 1, weekly K 2. 

GOLDEN EPOCH; Saturdays ; neutral ; 
four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1831 ; George H. W. Stewart, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SOUTHERN PATRIOT ; Saturdays ; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; established 1S83 ; H. 
E. Carr, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

HO'P'E^ JJempstead Co., p I,233t pop., on 
the St. L., I. M. & S. Rd., 32 m. from Texar- 
kana. Has sewing machine factory and 
lumber mills. 

MERCURY; Fridays; democratic; four 

pages ; size 24x;M ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1885; Claude McCoi'kle, editor and 
publisher. 

HOT SPRINGS, C.H., Garland Co., 

n 8,000 pop., 55 m. from Little Rock and 7 
from Ouachita r. A famous health resort ; 
abundant hot and cold mineral springs ; 



visited by thousands of health-seekers at 
all seasons. 

NEWS ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays; daily eiglit 
pages, weekly six pages; size— daily 22x31, 
weekly (size of page) 16x22; subscription- 
daily $10, weekly $2 ; established 1880 ; Wad- 
ley & Allard, publishers ; circulation— daily 
K 2, weeklv .7 2. 

SENTINEL*; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKIj Y, Saturdays ; indepen- 
dent ; four pages ; size— daily 22x32, weekly 
24x36 ; subscription— daily $10, weekly $2 ; es- 
tablished—daily 1877, weekly 1879 ; Ellis Wool- 
man, editor and publisher ; circulation- 
daily K 2, weekly J 2. 

HUNTS VILL.E, C. H., Madison Co., 
^ 400 pop., 30 m. from|Eureka Springs. In a 
farming and stock section. 

MADISON CO. DEMOCRAT ; Fri- 
days ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1879 ; Ely & Bohlin, editors 
and publishers ; circulation L 2. 

WAR EAGLE REPUBLICAN; Fri 
days ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1885 ; A. Lowe, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

JASPER, C. H., Neivton Co., \2 130 

pop., 100 m, N. N. W. of Little Rock. 

AMERICA ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 22x31 ; subscription $1..;5 ; 
established 1885; J. C. B. Lindsey & W. S. 
Moore, editors and publishers. 

JONESBOP»,0, C. H., Craighead Co., ^ 
1,500 pop., 150 m. from Little Rock, at ci-oss- 
ing of Crowley's Ridge branch of Iron Moun- 
tai^i & S. and Texas & St. Louis & K. C, 
Springfield & Memphis Rds. In farming 
section. 

DEMOCRAT ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 28x44; established 1883; J. 
R. Taylor, editor and publisher ; circulation 
K2. 

TIMES; Thursdays; eight pages; size 
30x44; subscription $1.50; established 1874; 
J. D. C. Cobb, editor ; J. D. C. Cobb & Sons, 
publishers ; circulaiion K 1. 

JUDSONIA, White Co., n 800 pop., 
at head of navigation on Little Red r., 52 
m. N. from Little Rock, on St. Louis, Iron 
Mt. & Southern Rd. Fruit-growing and 
stock-raising country and shipping point. 

ADVANCE; Wednesdays; eight pages; 
size of page 13x20 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1878 ; Bi'iggs Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. ^;^~ Actual average 
^circulation for one year preceding JSov. 18, 
1885, as per statement on file at the office of 
the American Newspaper Directory, 654 
copies. 

KINGSLAND, Cleveland Co., g 300 

pop., on St. Louis & Texas Rd., 32 m. S. W. 

of Pine Bluff. Cotton growing, cutting and 

shipping yellow pine lumber are its prinei 

pal industries. 

KEEKER; Fridays; four pages; size 
22x30; established 1885; Samuel Tredwell, 
editor and publisher. 

LITTLE "ROC^yC.B.., Pulaski Co., a 
State Capital, 21,000 pop., on St. L., L M. & 
S. Rd., and on Arkansas r., 300 m. from its 
mouth. Steamboats connect with various 
points on Arkansas and Mississippi rs. Ter- 
minus of Memphis & Little Rock, Little 
Rock & Fort Smith, and Little Rock, Miss. 



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River & Texas Rds. Large market for 
Arkansas cotton. Has extensive cotton- 
seed oil mills. 

ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT; every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLiY, 

Thursdays ; democratic ; eight pages ; size— 
dailv 15x22, weekly 15x22 ; subscription— daily 
$7.50, weekly $1; established 1871; James 
Mitchell and J. R. Bettis, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation— daily J 2, weekly H 1. 

ARKANSAS GAZETTE: every 
morning except Monday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays; democratic; eight pages; size of 
page— daUy 15x22, weeklv 18x22 ; subscription 
—daily SIO, weekly $1.50; established 1819; 
Gazette Printing Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation— daily H 2, weekly F 1. 

ARKANSAS EVANGEIi ; Thursdays; 
baptist ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
§2; established 1881; B. R. Womack, D.D., 
editor and publisher : circulation 1 1 . 

ARKANSAS LADIES' JOURNAL.: 
Saturdays; twelve pages ; size of page 11x14 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1884 ; Mary VV. 
Loughborough, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

ARKANSAS MANSION ; Saturdays; 
four pages; size 24x36: subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1881 ; C. O. Jaeko, editor ; Mansion 
Publishing Co., publishers ; circulation K 1. 

ARKANSAS 3IETHODIST ; Satur 
days ; methodist episcopal ; eight pages ; size 
15x22; subscription .$1.50; established 1882; 
Rev. A. R. Winfleld, D. D.. and Rev. John H. 
Dve, editors and publishers ; circulation H 2. 

ARKANSAS STAATSZEITUNG; 
Saturdays; German; four pages ; size 28x44 ; 
subscription $2.50; established 1877; Phillip 
Dietzgen, editor and publisher; cii'culation 

ARK ANSA W TRAVELER ; Satur 
days ; eight pages ; size of page 15x22 ; .sub- 
cription .$2 ; established 1882 ; Opie P. Read, 
editor ; Read & Benham, publishers ; circu- 
lation D 2. It^^ Actual average circulation 
for one year preceding Dee. 26, 1885, as per 
statement onflle at the office of the American 
Neivspaper Directory, 24,913 copies. 

CLIPPER; Satm-days ; sporting; four 
pages ; size 17x24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; H. H. Watkins, editor ; Alexander 
& Deacon, publishers. 

DEAF MUTE OPTIC; Saturdays; 
eight pages ; size of page 11x14 ; subscription 
SI ; established 1881 : Students of the Deaf 
Mute Institute, publishers; circulation L2. 
A school paper, issued during the school year. 

LIFE, OF LITTLE ROCK ; Sun 
days, four pages: size 24x36; subscription 
§2; established 1885; Rob't J. Brown, editor 
and publisher. 

REPUBLICAN; Saturdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages; size ^x34; subscription 
S2 ; established 1880 ; W. Jasper Blackburn, 
editor and publisher: circulation K 2. 

RURAL AND WORKMAN; Satur 
days ; agricultural ; sixteen pages ; size of 
page 11x14; subscription S2; established 1883 ; 
John Karr, editor ; Rural and Workman Co., 
publishers ; circulation I 1 . 

SUN ; Saturdays ; independent-republican ; 
four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription §1 50 ; 
established 1884; E. A. Fulton, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

A R KAN SAW BAPTIST; semi 
monthly ; baptist ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription SI ; established 1883; E. C. Mor- 
ris, editor ; Baptist State Convention, pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2 ; organ of colored 
baptists. 

ARKANSAS TEACHER: monthly; 
educational : twentv-four pages : size of 
page 8x10 : subscription §1 ; established 1884 ; 
Josiah H. Shinn, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

DISTRICT RECORD : monthly ; 
methodist episcopal ; eight pages ; size of 
page 11x14; subscription 50 cents; established 
1885; T. B. Ford, editor and publisher; does 
not insert advertisements. 

SOUTHERN MUSICAL TIMES: 



ARKANSAS. 



monthly ; music ; twenty-two pages ; si ze of 
page 8x11; subscription §1.50; established 
1885 ; W. W. "Wallace, editor and publisher. 

SOUTHERN RISING WAVE OF 
TEMPERANCE AND PROHIBI- 
TION ; monthly ; prohibition ; four pages ; 
size 22x32 ; subscription 75 cents ; established 
1885; Rev. J. M. Clayton, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

LOGKESBURG, C. H., Sevier Co., 

p 450 pop., 40 m. X. W. from Hope and 150 

m. S. W. from Little Rock. Shipping point 

for cotton of Sevier County. 

CHRONICLE ; Thur.sdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages; size 22x32; subscriptiou §1-50; 
established 1881 ; Chas. M. Wilds, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

LONOKE, C. H., Lonoke Co., U 1,500 
pop., on M. & L. R. Rd., 23 m. E. of Little 
Rock and 110 W, of Memphis. Ships 
10,000 to 15,000 bales of cotton annually ; one 
of the best business towns in the State. 
DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1872 ; T. J. Hicks, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

MAGNOLIA, C. H., Columbia Co., p 
1,550 pop. Terminus of the Magnolia branch 
of Texas & St. Louis Rd. 

COLUMBIA BANNER; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 26x10; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; established 1878 ; R. L. Emer- 
son & Co., editors and publishers; circ'n J 1 . 

COLUMBIA RECORD: Wednesdays: 
four pages • size 24x36 ; subscription §1 ; es- 
tablished 1884 : J. H. Pollard, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

MALVERN, Hot Spring Co., n 2,000 
pop., on St. L., I. M. & S. Rd., at junction with 
Hot Springs Rd. An active trading point 
for surrounding counties. Raises cotton, 
corn, cereals and also small fruits. 

ARKANSAS METEOR; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x35; subscrip- 
tion .$1.50; established 1879; W. D. Leipei-, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 24x:il ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; Jim Tom Story, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L2. 'iW Actual average 
circulation for one year preceding Dec. 10. 
1885, as per statement on file at the office of 
the American Nenspaper Directory, 363 copies. 

MARIANNA, C. H., Lee Co., & 750 
pop., on Iron Mountain Rd., 25 m. from 
Helena, at head of navigation on L'Aug- 
ille r., a branch of the St. Francis r. Is 
a business and cotton-shipping point, being 
in a cotton country ; ships 10,000 bales an- 
nually. 

INDEX; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 24x36: subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1874 ; B. M. Barringtou, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L2. 

MELBOURNE. C. H., Izard Co., b 
450 pup., oO m. N. of Batesville. Principal 
industry is cotton raising. 
IZARD CO. REGISTER ; Thursdays; 

four pages ; size 22x30 ; established 1881 ; W. 

H. Culp, editor and publisher; cn-c n L2. 

MONTICELLO, C. H., Drew Co., □, 
891 pop., 85 m. S. by E. of Little Rock, and 
about 35 from Mississippi r. 
M O N T I C E L L O N IAN ; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 : subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1870 ; James R. Cotham, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 



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MORRILLTON, Comoay Co., d 1,350 

pop., on L. R. .t Ft. S. Rtl., 50 m. W. of 

Little Rock. lias cotton gin and mills, 

glass and furniture factories. 

IlEADLlfJUT ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 2(ix-10 ; subscriptit)n $1.25; 
established 1ST5 ; Robert W. Leigh, editor and 
publisher; circulaticni J 1. J^-^^ Aetna/ aver- 
age circuhttion for tuie year preceding Dec. 
11, 1885, as per statemeni on file at tlie office of 
the Anwricait Xeicspajn-r Directory, 1,021 
coiries. 

STAR; Thursdays : republican ; four 
pages; size 24.x36 ; sub.soription §1: estab- 
lished 1883 ; A. F. Livingston, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MOUNTAIN HOME, C. H., Baxtei- 

Co., b 500 pop., 110 m. S. E. of Springfield, 

Mo., 75 N. W. of Batesville, Ark. 

BAXTER €0. CITIZEN; Wednes 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription ,$1 ; established 1880 ; Chas. T. 
Hull, editor ; A. C. Hull & Bros., publishers ; 
circulation L 2 . 

MOUNTAIN VIEW, C. H., Stone 
Co., [^ 100 pop., 5 m. from White r. 

EXPOSITOR; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 22x31 ; subscription ,$1 ; establislied 1881 ; 
Hixson & Nelson, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2 . 

NASHVILLE, Howard Co. p 1,200 
pop., is the terminus of the Arkansas and 
Louisiana Railroad and the trading point 
of seven counties, and is a brisk commer- 
cial centre. 

NEWS; Saturdays ; democratic ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 : subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1879 ; J. L. TuUis, editor and pul)lisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

NEWPORT, Jackson Co., [^ 1 ,200 pop. , 
on St. L., L M. & S. Rd., and White r., 80 m. 
N. E. of Little Rock. Has saw and shingle 
mill and stair factory. 

N E W S ; semi-weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
22x80 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1874 : 
J. W. Jones, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

JACKSON CO. HERALD ; Satur 
days ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1876; T. T. Ward, pub- 
lisher ; cii"culation L 2 . 

OSCEOLA, C. H., Mississippi Co., cf 
Snt pop., on Mississippi r., 87 m. above Mem- 
phis ; shipping point and trade centre. 

TIMES; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1870 ; Leon Roussan, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

OXFORD, I^ard Co., ^ 

NEAV MAGNET; Thursdays; four 
pages ; size 22x30 ; sub.scription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; C. W C. Haun, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

OZARK, C. H., Franldin Co., ^ l.COO 
pop., on Little Rock & Fort Smith Rd. and 
Arkansas r., 125 m. from Little Rock. Cot 
ton and wheat-shipping point. 

AGRICULTURAL, NEWS; Thurs 
days ; four pages; size^x36 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1886 ; Laf . C. George, editor and 
pulilisher. 

DEMOCRAT ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.10; 
established 1877 ; C. C. Colburn, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 



ARKANSAS. 



SUN; Fridavs; democratic; four pages ; 
size 26x40: established 18S4 ; M. Stroup, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

PARAGOULD, Greene Co., d isoo 
pop., at tlie intersection of Crowley's 
Ridge branch of St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Southern and Texas & St. Louis Rds. Has 
five large stave factories. Extensive tim- 
ber business is carried on. 

PRESS : Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription ,$1.25; estab- 
lished 1877 ; J. K. Taylor, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulaticm K 1. 

PARIS, C. II., Logan Co., -D 675 pop., 
r m. from boat and 11 from Rd. 

EXPRESS; Thursdays; four pages ; size 

24x36 ; subscription .$1 ; established 1880 ; 
Wm. M. Greenwood, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

PERRYVILE, C. IL, Perry Co., □ 

500 pop., on Fourche la Fave i'., 40 m. W. of 

Little Rock. River steamboats land here. 

Large timber industry. 

NEWS ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription .Si; established 1883; J. F. 
Sellers, editor ; E. H. Feltus, publisher ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

PINE BLUFF, C. H., Jefferson Co., u 
5,903 pop., on Arkansas r., and Little Rock, 
Miss. River and Texas, and Texas & St. 
Louis, and Pine Bluff and vSwan Lake Rds., 
at head of low water navigation, 45 m. 
from Little Rock. Centre of an agricultural 
region, cotton being the principal staple. 

COMMERCIAL; Thursdays ; four 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab 
lished 1881 ; Cliarles G. Newman, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1. 

PRESS - EAGLE ; Tuesdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription 
$2; established 1869; Arthur Murray, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

POCAHONTAS, C. H., Randolph Co., 
cf 425 pop., 145 m. N. E. of Little Rock, 100 
W. of Memphis, 200 S. of St. Louis. Head 
of navigation on Black r. In flue agricul- 
tural and timber district. Large quantities 
of cotton and live stock raised. 

RANDOLPH HERALD ; Thursdays; 
tour pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1881 ; J. N. Bolen, editor and piib- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

PRESCOTT, C. H., Nevada Co., J3 
1,253+ pop. ; a town on Iron Mountain & 
Southern Rd. 

ARKANSAW DISPATCH : Thurs 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1S77; Jno. A. Ansley, edi- 
tor ; W. L. Ross, oublisher. 

NEVADA PICAYUNE; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1878; J. W. Gardner, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

QUITMAN, Van Buren Co., d] 842 pop. , 
25 m. W. of Searcy and 50 N. of Little Rock. 
A manufacturing place. Centre of a rick 
farming country. Rapidly growing in pop- 
ulation and importance. The seat of Quit- 
man College. 

LIGHT; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x35; subscription $1.50; established 1883; 
H. L. Dodge & Son, editors : Light Publish- 
ing Co., publishers ; circulation L 2. 



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RECTOR, Clay Co., 'J 200 pop., on 

Texas and St. Louis Rd. Has stove and 

saw mills. 

ADVOCATE ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1S85 ; J. 
W. Dollisou, editor and publisher. 

REDFIELD, Jefferson Co., n on Lit- 

tie Rock, 3Iississippi River & Texas Rd. 

STAR; Wednesdays; four pages; size 
24x31 ; subscription §1.50 ; established 1885 ; 
C. T. Monroe, editor and publisher. 

RICHMOND, C. H., Little River 
Co., p 400 pop. A farming, stock and tim- 
ber country. 
PILOT ; Sundays ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; 

subscription $1.50 ; established 1883 ; N. J. 

Cook, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

RISON, Cleveland Co., p 400 pop., on 
the Texas and St. Louis Rd., 4 m. from Sa- 
line river, 10 m. from Kingsland, 12 from 
New Edinburgh and 3 m. from Toledo. 

IMMIGRANT ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages , size •22x:30 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1884; John M. Taylor, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

ROGERS, Benton Co., "□ 800 pop., on 

railroad, 80 m. N. of Ft. Smith. Freight and 

round houses are located here. 

NEW ERA ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 
^2x31 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1881 ; 
Graham & Mason, editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 1. 

RUSSELL VILL.E, Pope Co., \2 1,800 
pop., on Little Rock & Fort Smith and 
Dardanelle & Russell ville Rds., about 75 m. 
from Little Rock. Large cotton mills. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays: democratic; 
■four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1874 ; Russellville Printing Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation Jl. ^;w° Actual aver- 
age circulation for one year preceding Nov. 
19, 1885, as per statement on file at the office of 
the American Newspaper Directory, 1,106 
copies 

REVIVALIST ; monthly; undenomin- 
ational ; four pages ; size 16x22 : subscription 
€0 cents ; established 1884 ; H. B. Miluer, edi- 
tor : Miluer & Robison, publishers. 

SALEM, C. H., Fulton Co., ^^ 120 pop., 
about 50 m from boat navigation and 18 
from railroad. 

ARKANSAS TACK HAMMER; 

Fridays ; four pages ; size 22x:X) ; suljscription 
$1 ; established 1884; W. T. Barnhouse, editor 
and publisher; circulation X. 
FULTON COUNTY INFORMER; 

Saturdays; four pages ; size 22x3U; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 18T9 ; Jesse Matthews, 
editor and puVjlisher ; circulation K 1. 

SEARCY, C. H., White Co., u 2,000 
pop., on Little Red r., 4 m. from St. Louis, 
Iron Mountain & Southern Rd., about 55 
N. E. of Little Rock. Searcy and West 
Point Rd., connects with I. M. trains at 
Kensett. Four dailj' mails. Is the trade 
centre for several counties and a shipping 
point for fruit, strawberries, pork and cot- 
ton. Valuable sulphur, chalybeate and alum 
springs are located at this place. A popu- 
lar resort for Invalids. Searcy Male and 
Female College^located here and it has 175 
students. 

ARKANSAS BEACON; Fridays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 



ARKANSAS. 



scription §1.50 ; established 1878 ; John R. 
Jobe, editor and publisher ; circulation .1 1. 
STATE WHEEIi- ENTERPRISE; 

Fridays ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1884 ; Louis B. Audigier, 
editor ; Audigier Bi-os., publishers ; circula- 
tion J 1. 'i;W Actual average circulation for 
one year preceding Nov. 13, 1885. as per state- 
ment on file at the office of the American 
Newspaper Directory, 1,235 copies. 

SHERIDAN, C. H., Grant Co., n 150 

pop ; about 33 m. S. by W. of Little Rock. 

HEADLICxHT; Thursdays; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription .§1.50; established 
1881 ; J. S. Williams, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

SILOAM SPRINGS, Benton Co., ^ 
2,50D pop. It has one first-class flouring 
mill, one carding machine and a church. 

ARKANSAS HERALD; Thursdays; 
four pages; size 24x35; subscription 81-25; 
established 1883; J. B. Grammer, editor; 
Grammer & Dameron, publishers ; circ'n L 2 . 

STAR CITY, C. H., Lincoln Co., U^ 

(pop. of township 1,097), 30 m. S. S. E. of Pine 

Bluff. In the heart of the cotton belt and 

general farming. 

LINCOLN LANCE; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x35 : subsci-iption 
$1.50; established 1880 ; B. A. Ingram, editor 
and puVjlisher; circulation L2. 

SUGAR LOAF SPRINGS, (HE- 

BER P. O.), Cleburne Co., ti 10 m. S. E. of 
Kinderhook. 

CLEBURNE CO. BULLETIN ; 

Wednesdays; democratic ; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription .§1.50; established 1884; 
D. A. Brewer, editor and publisher. 

TEXARKANA, C. H., Miller Co., p 
7,000 pop., the terminus of three trunk rds. 
Does lumber business, being in the midst of 
extensive pineries. Is situated near the 
State line. Distributing point for surround- 
ing country. 

INDEPENDENT; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays ; 
independent : four pages : size 22x31 ; sub- 
scription—daily S5 ; weekly §1 ; established 
1884 ; E. A. Warren, editor and publisher ; 
circulation— dailv L 2, weekly L2. 

PUBLIC OPINION: every evening ex 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; 
four pages ; size— daily 19x26 ; weekly 22x32 ; 
subscription— dailv $10, weeklv $1.50; estab- 
lished—daily 1884, weekly 1883 ; F. M. Leather- 
man & Son, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion—daily L 2 , weekly K 1. 

VAN BUREN, C. H., Crawford Co., 
"D 2,500 i)op., on Arkansas r., 160 m. W. l)y N. 
of Little Rock. Centre of trade. On Little 
Rock and Fort Smith, and Ark. Division of 
St. Louis & San Francisco Rds. 

ARGUS ; Wednesdaj's ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1875 ; Thayer Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2 . 

GRAPHIC; Fridays; four pages; size 
24x35 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 1881 ; 
John J. Warren, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 2. 

PRESS; Saturdays; democratic; four 

f)agcs ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
ished 1859 ; J. S. Dunham, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L2. 

VANNDALE, Cross Co.. D- on St. 
Louis and San Francisco Rd., about 16 m. S. 
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C;K0SS C;0. CIlIlOMCIiE; Satur- 
days ; domocratic ; four pages ; size 24x;35 ; 
subscription $\.a{); established ISTS ; H. F. 
Koleson. editor aud publisher; circulation 

WALDRON, C. H., Scott Co.,<3 239t 
pop., 45 tu. S. E. from Fort Smith ; 60 W. 
of Arkansas r. In cotton and fine farming 
county. 

REPORTER : Fridaj's ; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x35; subscription $1.25; 
established 1S79 ; M. M. Beavers, editor and 
publisher; circulation I\; 1. 

WALNUT RIDGE, Lawrence Co., 
a' 450 pop., on St. Louis, I. M. & S. Rd., at 
crossing of Springfield «& Memphis, 120 m. 
N. of Little Rock. A local shipping point. 

L.AWRENCE CO. DEMOCRAT ; 

Fridays ; democratic ; eight pages ; size 44x30 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1884 ; H. R 
Wrenn & Phelps, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2 . 

WARREN, C. H.. Bradley Co., g 400 
pop., on Little Rock, Mississippi River and 
Texas Rd., 50 m. S. of Pine BluCC and 100 S. 
of Little Rock. A cotton-growing section 
and trading point. 

SWIFT'S FLYING NEEDL.E ; 

Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
22x32; subscription $1.50: established 1883; 
W. T. Swift & Son, publishers ; circ'n. K 1. 

WASHINGTON, C. H., Hempstead 

Co., p 730 pop., 125 m. S. W. of Little Rock, 

and 14 N. of Red r. 

PRESS ; Saturdays ; democratic ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1876 ; E. L. Givens, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

WEST FORK, Washington Co., ^j 50 

pop., on St. Louis & San Francisco Rd. 

RE PUB Lie AN ; Thursdays ; four pages : 
size 24x35 ; subscription .$1 ; establislied 1884 ; 
W. M. Simpson, editor and publisher. 

CALIFORNIA. 

ADIN, Modoc Co., tl 450 pop.; 120 m. 

N. E. of terminus Cal. & Oregon Rd., SO m. 
N. of Susanville. Farming and stock-rais- 
ing county. 

ARGUS; Tliursdaj^s ; four pages; size 
22x32 ; subscription $3 ; established 1881 ; 
S. A. Wilson, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L2, 

ALAMEDA, Alameda Co., -a 6,500 
pop., on E. sliore of San Francisco bay, on a 
peninsula comprising an area of 2,200 
acres, distant eight m. from San Fran- 
cisco ; ornamented with a profusion of 
majestic oaks ; lias three railroad lines 
connecting with Oakland and San Fran- 
cisco. 

ARGUS; semi-weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription p ; established 1877 ; T. 
G. Daniells, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

ALA3IEDAN; Simdays ; Republican; 
eight pages ; size oi page 11x16 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1885 ; Lincoln V. Cory and 
Frank H. Robison, editors and publishers. 

ENCINAL; Wednesdays; four pages; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $3 ; established 1869 ; 
F. K. Krauth, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1. - 



ALTURAS, C. H., Modoc Co., [^ 400 

pop., on Pitt r., 170 m. from Redding. 

Agricultural and stock raising section. 

MODOC INDEPENDENT ; Thurs 
da3' s ; four pages ; size 24x28 ; sul)Scrii)tHm 
$4 ; established 1874 ; D. C. Slater, editor and 
publislier: circulation L2. 

ANAHEIM, Los Angeles Co., g 1,100 

pop., 28 m. S. of Los Angeles and in the 

Valley of Santa Ana, 12 m. from Pacific 

Ocean. Wine making and orange growing 

the principal branches of industry. 

GAZETTE ; Saturdays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 24x38 ; sul>scription $2 ; 
establislied 1870 ; Ricliard Melrose, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

ANDERSON, Shasta Co., tj] 850 pop., 
on California & Oregon Rd., 23 m. from 
Red Bluff. Agricultural and lumbering 
section. 

ECHO ; Thursdays ; four pages : size 24x36 ; 
subscription $3 ; estaljlislied 1835 ; McCracken 
& Tildeu, editors and publishers. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturday; four pages; 
size 24x36 ; subscription .§3 ; established 1882 ; 
Peters & Drake, editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

ANGEL'S CAMP, Calaveras Co., a 

600 pop. Mining town. 

MOUNTAIN ECHO; Wednesdays; in- 
dependent ; four pages ; size 24x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $3 ; established 1879 ; M. Reed, editor ; 
Reed & Torrey, publishers ; circulation K 1. 

ANTIOCH, Contra Costa Co., -a 626t 
pop., on San Joaquin r., 60 m. from San 
Francisco ; surrounded by a fine agricul- 
tural district, and a shipping point for coal. 
Some manufacturing is done here. 

LEDGER; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; established 
1870 ; Chas. F. Montgomery, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

AUBURN, C. H., Placer Co., a 1,300 
pop., in a mining district, near Central Pa- 
cific Rd., 36 m. N. E. of Sacramento. Engaged 
in mining aud fruit-growing. 

PLACER ARGUS; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$3 ; established 1872 ; H. W. Fenton, editor and 
publislier ; circulation K 1. 

PLACER CO. REPUBLICAN ; 
Wednesdays ; republican ; four pages i size 
26x40 ; subscription $2.50 ; established 1884 ; 
Francis M. Millikan, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

PLACER HERALD; Saturdays ; dem- 
ocratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$3 ; established 1852 ; J. A. Filcher, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

BAKERSFIELD, C. H., Kern Co., g 
925 pop., on Kern r., 85 m. from Visalia, and 
150 m. from Los Angeles. An agricultural, 
mining and stock-grazing country. 

KERN CO. CALIFORNIAN; Satur 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$3; established 1866; A. C. Maude, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

KERN CO. GAZETTE; Saturdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $3 ; established 1874 ; Geo. W. Wear, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

BENICIA, Solano Co., a 1,950 pop., 
33i m. from San Francisco, on north side of 
Sacramento r. ; railroad and steamboat 
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manufacturing district. Site of Govern- 
ment Arsenal and Barracks and Benicia 
Agricultural Works and Benicia Ship 
Yards. 

NEW ERA ; Saturdays ; non-partisan ; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription S3. 50 ; es- 
tablished 1877 ; Alfred Dalton, Jr., editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

BERKELEY, Alameda Co., -n 3,500 
pop., 5 m. from Oakland, on C. P. Rd. Seat 
of the Univei-sity of California. 

ADVOCATE; Saturdays ; indepen- 
dent ; four pages: size 24.x36 ; subscription 
S2.51I ; established 1877 ; H. N. Marquand, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

OCCIDENT; Thursdays ; fourteen pages ; 
size of page 8x11; subscription $1-50; estab- 
lished 1881; Students of the University of 
California, editoi-.s and publishers ; circula- 
tion L 2 ; a college paper ; issued during the 
collegiate jear. 

BERKELEYAX ; bi-weekly; twelve 
pages; size of page 9x12; subscription 81.50; 
established 1874 : Stock Company of Students 
of the University of California, editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2 ; a college paper ; 
issued during- the collegiate year. 

BIEBER, Lassen Co. t\ 200 pop., ou 
Pit r. Its principal industries are cattle- 
raising and farming. 

3IOUNTAIN TRIBUNE; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion S3 ; established 1881 ; Thomas Parks Ford, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 1 . 

BIGGS, liuite Co., ^ 900 pop., on the 
Central Pacific Rd., 14 m.from Oroville and 
20 m. from Chico; a large grain-shipping 
centre. 

INDEPENDENT ; Fridays: four pages ; 
size 24x36 ; suliseription, S3 ; established 1885 ; 
La Shells & Beall, editors and publishers ; is- 
sue also Moore's Station Mitre. 

BISHOP CREEK, Inyo Co., D- 250 

pop., on the Carson & Colorado Rd. 

INYO REGISTER; Thursdays: four 
pages: size 21x28; subscription .§3; estab- 
lished 1885; P. A. Chalfant & Son. 

BODIE, ^lono Co., n- 1,500 pop., 100 rn. 
from Carson and Virginia City, Xev., 33 m. 
from Carson & Colorado Rd. Gold and sil- 
ver mining and milling. Location of several 
famous mines. 

EVENING MINER; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday ; four pages ; size 20x26 ; sub- 
scription §8 ; established 1881 ; Orlando E. 
Jones, editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

FREE PRES>^ ; triweekly, Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size '2(Jx28 ; subscription S8 ; estab- 
lished 1879 ; Jas. E. Pai'ker, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 

BRIDGEPORT, C. H., Mono Co., n- 

tl'i pop., about 200 m. E. by N. from San 

Francisco, and 12 m. N. of Castle Peak, a 

peak of the Sierra Nevada. It has a church. 

CHRONICLE-UNION ; Saturdays ; re 
publican; four pages; size 2:5x32; subscrip- 
tion $5 ; established 1864 ; R. M. and A. C. Fol- 
ger, editors and publLshers ; circulation L2. 

CALICO, ^an Bernardino Co. Q, 
PRINT ; (see Daggett.) 

CALISTOGA, y^fipa Co., -a 6;0pop., 
67 m. N. from San Franci-sco on railroad 
terminus. At head of Napa Valley. Medi- 



cinal springs ; a summer resort. Grape- 
growing and wine making largely carried 
on. Silver mining in vicinity. 

INDEPENDENT CAL.IJ?TOGIAN ; 

Wednesdays ; independent ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription S3 ; established 1877 ; J. L. 
Multer, editor and publisher ; cii-culation L 2 . 

CHICO, Butte Co., [^ 5,000 pop., on Chi- 
co Creek and Oregon Division of Central 
Pacific Rd., 96 m. N. of Sacramento ; centre 
of a farming community, and trade centre 
for the mining districts. There are two 
flour mills, roller process, fruit cannery 
and a large lumber trade, over 15,000.000 feet 
l)eing handled each year, besides planing 
mills, sash and furniture factories. 

BUTTE RECORD; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; 
independent ; four pages ; size— dally 23x32, 
weekly 26x40; subscription— daily S5, weekly 
S3 ; established— daily 1873, weekly 1853 ; Geo. 
H. Crosette, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion—daily L 2 , weekly K 1. 

ENTERPRISE; every evening except 
Sunday, and "WEEKLY, Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size— daily 21x28, weekly 
26x40 ; subscription— daily $6, weekly S^3 ; es- 
tablished 1869; Watson Chalmers, editor and 
publisher : circulation— daily L 2 , weekly K 2. 

3IORNING CHRONICLE; every 
morning except Sunday, and CHRON- 
ICLE, Thursdays; four pages; size— daily 
20x26, weekly 26x40 ; subscription— daily S4, 
weekly S2.50; established- daily 1880, week- 
ly 1883 ; Brown & Walker, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation— daily L 2 . weekly L 2 . 

CHRONICLE ; i^ee Morning Chronicle.) 

CLOVERDALE, Sonoma Co.,-n 1,100 
pop., at terminus of the S. F. & N. P. Rd., 
at the head of Russian River Valley. Situ- 
ated in an agricultural, wine, fruit, hops, 
and wood region, close to quicksilver 
mines. 

REVEILLE; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages : size 24x36 ; subscription S2 ; es- 
tablished 1879 : Baer & Huse, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation, K 1. 

COLLEGE CITY, Colusa Co., Q 350 

pop., 3 m. from rd. An exceptionally fine 

farming district. 

NEWS ; Wednesdays ; twelve pages ; size 
of page 9x12; subscription S2.50; established 
18^5 ; W. H. Jacobs, editor and publisher. 

COLTON, San Bernardino Co.,a, cen- 
tral transportation depot of the county, and 
chief county depot of South Pacific Rd.; en- 
joj's considerable Arizona trade. Engaged 
in fruit cultui-e, grain-raising and mining. 

SEMI-TROPIC ; Saturdays; independ- 
ent ; four pat;es : size 24x.36 ; subscription 
$3: established 1876; James C. Peacock, Jr., 
editor and publisher ; , circulation L 2 . 

COLUSA, C. H., Colusa Co., n 2,000 
pop., on Sacramento r. 60 m. N. by W. of 
Sacramento. Engaged in agriculture mer- 
chandising and stock-raising. The river 
navigation is quite Important. 

SUN; Satm-days; democratic; four pages; 
size 26x40; subscription $3; establisshea 1862; 
Will S. Green, editor; Addington & Green, 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

CONCORD, Contra Costa Co., -D 500 
pop., 7 m. from Martinez. Surrounded by 
a fruit-growing, agi-icultural and stock-rais- 
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SUN ; Saturdays ; four pa^es ; size •24xo« ; 
subscription $o ; established 1882 ; S. Farjeon, 
editor and publislier : circulation Li. 

COVINA (CITRUS P. b.), Los Ange- 
les Co., p 

INDEPENDENT: Saturdays ; four 
pages; 22x30; subst-ription $2; establislied 
1885; H. N. Short, editor and publisher. 

CRESCENT CITY, C. H., Z>cZ Xorte 

Co., V] l.yOO pop., about 280 ni. from San 
Francisco by steamer. Raises lumber, en- 
gages in dairying and mining, and gives 
attention to stock raising. 

DEL. NORTE RECORD : Saturdays ; 
four pages; size 24x3(5; subscription S2 ; es- 
tablished 1879; J. E. Eldredge, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

DAGGETT, Sa" Bernardino Co., U^ 

an important and growing mining town on 

Mohave r. and Mojave Div. of Atlantic and 

Pacific Rd. ; pop. of Calico mining district 

about 1,200. 

CALICO PRINT: Sundays; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1882 ; John G. Overshiner, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

DIXON, Solano Co., a 1,200 pop., on C. 
P. Rd., 20 m. from Sacramento. Farming 
region, adapted to the pursuit of profltable 
agriculture. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays; independent- 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $2.50; established 1874; Ed. E. Leake, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

DOWNEY, Los Angeles Co., g 800 
pop., on S. P. Rd., 12 m. E. of Los Angeles. 
Shipping point for barley, corn, fruits, etc. 

REVIEW ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 
36x24 ; subscription $2 ; establislved 1884 ; .Tas. 
C. Rives, editor and ))ublisher. 

DOWNIEVILLE, C. H., Sierra Co., 

th 600 pop., on North Yuba r., 121 m. X. E. of 

Sacramento ; connected by stage to Nevada 

City, with Narrow Gauge Rd. at Colfax, 

thence by rd. wnth Sacramento. Quartz 

and gravel mining the chief industries. The 

town has the various local industries usual 

to trade centres in mining districts. 

MOUNTAIN MESSENGER; Satur 
days ; independent ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; 
subscription $3 ; established 1854 ; Vaughn & 
Downer, editors and publishers ; circ'n K 1. 

ELSINORE, San Diego Co., 0,250 pop., 

on Southern California Rd., 90 m. from Los 

Angeles, and 70 m. from San Diego. Clay 

section, which is now being worked. 

NEWS; "Wednesdays; four pages: size 
^3x32; subscription $2; established 18S5; F. 
H. Heald, editor and publisher. 

EUREKA, C. H., Humholdt Co., ^ 
6,000 pop., engaged principally in lumber- 
ing ; situated on Humboldt bay, 7 m. from 
the sea, and 223 N. of San Francisco. Tim- 
ber shipping point for San Francisco. 

HUMBOIiDT STANDARD; every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEK-LiY, 
Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size — 
■daily 24x36, weeklv 26x40 ; suVjscription— dailv 
$5. weekly .12.50; established— daily 1884. 
-weekly 1873 ; Frank P. Thompson, editor and 
publisher ; circvilarion— dailv L 2 , weekly K 1. 

TIMES-TELEPHONE ; e^ery morn 
ing except Monday, and WEEKLY, Sat- 



CALIFORNIA. 



urdays ; republican ; four pages ; size— daily 
24x34, weekly 28x42; subscription— daily $6, 
weeklv $2; established- daily 1871, weekly 
1854 ; Wiley & Heney, editors and publishers ; 
circulation— dailv K 1, weekly K 2. 

WESTERN WATCH3IAN; Satur 
days; four pages: size 22x30; sul)scription 
S1.50; established 1884; Watchman Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishei's ; circ'n. L2. 

FERNDALE, Humboldt Co., ^ 178 
pop., 18 m. S. of Eureka ; farming and dairy- 
ing ; in centre of the fertile Eel River Valley, 
bordering on great forests of redwood. 
Head of navigation for Southern Hum- 
boldt ; trade centre for large section ; fine 
climate. 
ENTERPRISE; Saturdays ; eight pages ; 

size 30x44 ; subscription $2.50 ; established 

1877 ; Edward B. Carr, editor and publisher ; 

circulation K 1. 

FOLSOM, Sacramento Co., U 2,500 pop., 
on Sacramento Valley Rd., 23 m. from Sac- 
ramento ; in an agricultural and mining dis- 
trict, on American r. Location of branch 
State Prison. 

TELEGRA PH ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 22.x28 ; subscription $3 ; es- 
tablished 1856; W. P. Ti-uesdell, editor; Tele- 
graph Publishing Co., publishers ; circ'n L 2. 

FORT JONES, Siskiyou Co., ^2 400 

pop., IS m. from Yreka ; in a farming, 

stock-raising and mining country ; 1"20 from 

Rd. 

SCOTT VALLEY NEWS; Saturdays ; 
independent ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1878 ; S. P. Curtis, 
editor; Curtis & Markey, publishers; circu- 
lation L 2. 

FRESNO, C. H., Fresno Co., u 2,600 
pop., on Visalia division of the Southern 
Pacific Rd., 206 m. from San Francisco. 
Farming, sheep raising, fruit-growing, wine 
and raisin-making and canning are en- 
gaged in. 

EVENING EXPOSITOR; every even 
ing except Sunday, and EXPOSITOR, 

Wednesdays ; democratic ; daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 24x36, weekly 
30x44; subscription— daily $5, weekly $2.00; 
established— daily 1882, weekly 1870; J. W. 
Ferguson, editor and publisher ; circulation- 
daily L 1, weeklv K 2. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1883 ; W. S. Moore, editor ; Fresno Pub- 
lishing Co^. publishers; circulation L 2. 
EXPOSITOR ; (see Evening Expositor ) 
REPUBLICAN; Saturdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 20x26 ; subscrintion 
$2.50 ; established 1885 ; J. W. Short, editor ; 
R. F. Brewiugton & J. W. Shanklin, pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 2. 

GALT, Sacramento Co., u 750 pop., on 

C. P. Rd., 27 m. from Sacramento and 22 m. 

from Stockton ; farming country. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays ; independent ; 
four pages : size 23x32 ; subscription $3 : es- 
tablished 1881 : Meacham & Campbell, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

GEORGETOWN, El Dorado Co.,n 

415 pop. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; four pages; size 
18x24 ; subscription $2 : established 1880 ; H.W. 
Hulbert, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2. 

GIIiROY, Santa C/amCo. ,-0 1,621 fpop., 
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Francisco, in an agriciiltiu-al valley ; stock- 
grazing and cattle-raising region. 

ADVOCATE; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 30x44 ; subscription S3 ; established 1868 ; 
F. W. Blake, editor and publisher ; cii'C'n L 2. 

VALLEY RECORD; Saturdaj-s ; four 

{)ages; size 24x37; subscription $3; estab- 
ished 1881 ; B. A. Wardell, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2. 

GRASS VALLEY, ^"evada Co., a 
pop. of town 5,0iX), connected by nar- 
row gauge Rd., at Colfax, 17 m. distant, 
with Central Pacific Rd.; a rich and im- 
portant quartz-mining district, 60 m. N. E. 
of Sacramento. 

TIDINGS ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and FOOT HIIiL. TIDINGS, Sat 
urdays ; independent ; four pages: size— daily 
22x30, weekly 26x40; subscription— daily S6, 
weekly S2.50 ; established— daily 1880, weekly 
1874 ; Rufus Shoemaker, editor ; H. S. Spal- 
ding, publisher ; circulation — daily L 2, 
weekly K 1. 

UNION; every morning except Monday ; 
independent; four pages; size 21x28; sub- 
scription $6 ; established 1858 ; Mitchell & 
Compton, editors and publLshers; circula- 
tion L 2. 
FOOT-HILiL, TIDINGS; (see Tidings). 
METHODIST : monthly ; methodist ; 
four pages ; size 15x22 ; subscription 25 cents ; 
established 1884; M. D. Buck and C. F. Mc- 
Neill, editors and publishers. 

GREENVILLE, Phimas Co., ^ .')25 
pop., quartz mining and agricultural dis- 
trict. 

BULLETIN; Wednesdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 23x36 ; subscription .$3 ; es- 
tablished 1880 ; F. G. Hail, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2. 

GRIDLEY,^«^^e Co., [i 1,000 pop., on 
California and Oregon division of the Cen- 
tral Pacific Rd.. 66 m. N. of Sacramento. 
An agricultural district; the town has 
foundry, planing and flour mill, broom 
factory, bank, opera house and four 
churches. 

HERALD ; Thursdays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 24x.36 : subscription $3 ; es- 
tablished 1880 ; C. N. Reed, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circixlation K 1. 

HAYWARDS, Alameda Co., ^D l,231t 

pop., half mile from Central Pac. Rd. and 13 

m. from Oakland. Supply point for farming 

and fruit-raising neighborhood. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription .S2.50; established 1877: 
George A. Oakes, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 2. 

HEALDSBURG, Sonoma Co., -o-2,lOO 
pop., on Russian r. and San Francisco & 
North Pacific Rd.,72 m. from San Frailcisco. 
Surrounded by an agricultural, mining, 
stock-raising, fruit and wine-producing dis- 
trict. 
ENTERPRISE; Thur.sdays; democratic; 

four pages: size 24x36; subscription !j(2.5il; 

established 1876; W. D. Crow and F. B. Mul- 

grew, editors and puV)llshers ; circ'n K 1. 
RUSSIAN RIVER FLAG; Wednes 

da\s; repuV)lican ; four pages; size 2.ix:38; 

subscription S'i ; established 1863 ; R. F. Eagle, 

editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

HOLLISTER, C. H., Saii Benito Co.,-C\ 
1,760 pop., about 15 ni. from Gilroy and 46 
N. E. of Monterey, on a branch of the 



Southern Pacific Rd. A place of trade, and 
centre of an agricultural and stock-raising^ 
district. 

FREE LANCE; Fridays; eight pages ;^ 
size 28x44 ; subscription $2.50 ; established 
1883 ; W. B. Winn, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

SAN BENITO ADVANCE; Fridays; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2.50 ; es- 
tablished 1871 ; George E. Shaw, editor and 
publisher: circulation K 1. 

INDEPENDENCE, C. H., Mijo Co.^ 

a- 300 pop. At terminus of Carson & Colo- 
rado Rd., 500 m. E. by S. from San Fran- 
cisco, the principal point in an important 
mining region. 

INYO INDEPENDENT j Saturdays j 

four pages; size 21x28; sub.scription $4; es- 
tablished 1870 ; C. Mulholland, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2. 

lONE, Amador Co., D 1,100 pop., on 
Amador Branch of Central Pacific Rd., IBS' 
m. from San Francisco. 

lONE VALLEY ECHO; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription .S2; established 1883; Clovis T. La 
Grave, editor and publisher; clrculaiion L2. 

IRVING, Alameda Co., -O 300 pop., 33- 
m. from San Francisco, on the South Pacific 
Rd. and near the South Pacific Coast Rd. 
Has a college, also machine and other 
shops ; the finest wine cellar in the States 
and is the centre of a good farming district. 
ALA3IEDA CO. REPORTER; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$3; established 1875; A. Meghan, editor ; Re- 
porter Publishing Co., publishers ; circ'nL2. 

JACKSON, C. H., Amador Co., D 1,300 
pop., in a mining and agricultural district, 
about 40 m. S. E. of Sacramento. 
AMADOR DISPATCH; Saturdays;^ 
democratic; four pages; size •2^^x32; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1859; Wm. M. Peury, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L2. 

AMADOR LEDGER; Saturdays; re 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $3; establishexl 1854: Richard Webb, 
editor and nublislier; circulation K 1. 

AMADOR SENTINEL; Wednesdays ^ 
republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 



tion $2; establish«d 1879; A. B. Sanborn, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

LAKEPORT, C. H., Lake Co., -a 925. 
pop., on Clear Lake, 120 m. N. of San Fran- 
cisco. In an agricultural district. The lake 
is about 30 m. long and from 2 to 10 ni. in 
width, and is navigable. Lake county pos- 
sesses several mineral springs of medicinal 
value. Is fast developing as a fruit coun- 
try, and has valuable quicksilver mines. 
DEMOCRAT; Fridays: democratic; 
fovir paf;e-;; size 24x36; subscription S3; es- 
tablished 1872; Jno. R. Cook, editor and 
publisher: circulation K 1. 

LAKE COUNTY JOURNAL: Fri- 
davs; four pages;. size 22x:?0; subscription. 
.$2.50: estaldished 18S6 ; Bailey Kay Lt-ach, 
editor : Leach & Read, publlsher.s. 

LANCASTER. Los Angeles Co., ^ 

100 pop., on the Southern Pacific Rd., 75 m.. 

N. of Los Angeles. A fine grain -growing' 

section. 

NEWS; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 21x28;. 
subscription .S2.50 ; established 1884 ; T. S. Har- 
ris, editor and publisher. 



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LIVERMORE, Alameda Co., -a 1,540 
pop., on West Div. of C. P. Rd., 40 m. from 
Oakland. A stock-raising and farming dis- 
trict ; Mount Diablo coal mines in vicinity. 
VALTiEY REVIEW; semi-weekly; 
Wednesdays and Saturdays; independent; 
eiKht pages ; size of page llxlU ; subscription 
$3; established 1882; G. H. McCallum, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L2. 

H E R A Li D ; Thursdays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; es- 
tablished 18T7; Wm. P. Bartlett, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

IiODI, San Joaquin Co., D 1,000 pop., on 
West. Div. of Central Pac. Rd. At crossing 
of S. J. & S. N. Rd., 1 m. from Mokelumne r., 
and 12 from Stockton, the county seat. Has 
flour and saw mills, etc. 

CYCLONE; Thursdays; eight pages; 
size 26x38; subscription .$2.50; established 
1885 ; Gertie De Force Cluff, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SENTTNEIj ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription $2.50; established 
1881; W. R. Ellis, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

liOMPOC, Santa Barbara Co., p pop. 

of township 2,500. in a farming, wool and 

stock-raising district. 

RECORD : Saturdays ; four pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription $3 ; established 1875 ; 
Alexander McLean, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2 . 

liOS ANGELES, C. H., Los Angeles 

Co., p 19,000 pop., on Los Angeles r. and 
Southern Paciflc Rd., 480 m. S. E. of San 
Francisco. An agricultural covmty, pro- 
ducing the principal grains, wines, citrons 
and deciduous fruit, brandy, wool and 
hides; also having gold, silver and lead 
mines, and petroleum territory producing 
oil in large quantities ; commercial centre 
of Southern California, doing also a large 
trade with Arizona, New Mexico, Sonoma 
and Lower California, exporting and im- 
porting by sea fi-oni the port of San Pedro. 
A favorite and highly prized health resort. 

EVENING EXFREf^S ; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKliY, Saturdays ; 
four pages ; size 28x42 : subscription— daily 
$7, weekly $2; established 1872; Osborne & 
Cleveland, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion—daily J 2, weekly .T 1. 

EVENING VS ION ; every evening 
except Sunday ; four pages ; size 20x28 ; sub- 
scription .$6 ; established 1884 ; Miles L. Far- 
land, editor ; Union Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. 

HERAED ; every morning except Mon- 
day, and VVEEKLiY, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size— daily 28x42, weekly 
30x46 ; subscription— daily $7, weekly $2 ; es- 
tablished 1873 ; J. D. Lynch, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation— daily .T 1 , weekly K 2. 

TI3IES ; every morning except Monday ; 
and MIRROR, Saturdays; independent; 
daily six pages, weekly twelve pages ; size of 
page 21x28; subscription— daily ,$7.50 ; weekly 
$2; established — daily 1881, weekly 1873; 
Times-Mirror Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation— daily I 1 , weekly H 1. 

ADVOCATE; Saturdays; methodist 
episcopal south ; four pages ; size 21x28 ; sub- 
scription $1 : established 18S5 ; W. B. Strad- 
ley, editor ; Ulrich Knoch, publisher. 

CENSOR ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
24x35 ; subscription .$1 ; established 1883 ; A. 
D. Wood, editor ; Censor Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

ECHO ; Saturdays ; thirty-six pages ; size 
of page 13x10; subscription .$1; A.H.Hutch- 



inson, editor ; Hutchinson, Taylor & Gerald- 
son, publishers. 

L.A CRONICA; Saturdays; Spanish; 
four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription $4 ; es- 
tablislu^d 1871 ; La Cronica Publishing Co., ed- 
itors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

E'lJNION NOIJVEIiEE; Saturdays; 
French ; fovir pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
.$5; established 1879; P. Ganee, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

MIRROR; (.see Times.) 

PORCUPINE; Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1882; Horace Bell, editor ; circula- 
tion K 2. 

SUED-CAT.IFORNIA POST; Satur- 
days ; German ; eight pages ; size of page 
18x24 ; subscription $5 ; established 1874 ; Con- 
rad Jacobv, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 2. 

TRADE JOURNAL; semi-monthly; 
commercial ; twenty pages ; size of page 
10x13 ; subscription .$1.50; established 1885; A. 
W. Palmer, editor ; Trade Journal Publishing 
Co., puljlishers. 

RURAL. CALIFORNIAN; monthly; 
agricultural ; twenty-four pages ; size of page 
10x14; subscription $1.50; established 1877; 
Fred. L. Alles, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion G 1. <3;W° Actual average circulation 
for one year preceding Jan. 1, 1886, as per 
statement on fie at the office of the American 
Newspaper Directory, 7,300 copies. 

liOS GATOS, Santa Clara Co., -D 555 
pop., on Narrow Gauge Rd., between San 
Francisco and Santa Cruz, 10 m. from Sau 
Jose. A rich agricultural and grape and 
olive-growing country. 

MAIL : Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1884; Wm. P. 
Hughes, editor; Mail Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. 

NEWS; Fridays ; independent ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1881 ; W. H. B. Trantham and G. Web- 
ster, editors; Trantham, Webster & Suydam, 
publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

LOWER LAKE, Lake Co., -n 371 
pop., on Lower Lake. Is 94 m. N. of San Fran- 
cisco and 32 from Calistoga. Engaged in 
quicksilver, sulphur and borax mining and 
lumbering. A popular health resort. 

BULLETIN; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; es- 
tablished 1877; A. E. Noel, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

MADERA, Fremo Co., U 350 pop., 
on the Southern Pacific Rd , 22 m. from 
Fresno and 35 m. from Mercer. Lumbering, 
farming and stock-raising extensively car- 
ried on. 

MERC UR Y ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription $2.50; established 
1885 ; E. E. Vincent, editor and publisher. 

MARIPOSA, C. H., Mariposa Co., u 
342+ pop., on Mariposa r. Engaged in 
ranching, mining and agriculture ; situated 
91 m. S. E. of Stockton, 41 from Merced, the 
nearest railroad point. The great Yose- 
mite Valley and Big Tree Grove are in this 
county. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1854 ; Angevine Reynolds, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

HERALD; Fridays; four pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription $3 ; established 1881 ; Ben. 
M. Maddox, editor and publisher ; circ'n J^ 2 . 

MARKLEEVILLE, C. H., Alpine 
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AliPIXE ARGUS: Saturdays; four; 
pages ; size 20x30 ; subscription Si-")0 ; estab- 
lished 1879; T. P. Larkin, editor and pub- i 
lislier ; circulation LI. i 

MARTINEZ, C. II., Contra Costa Co., \ 
--J 1,000 pop., 30 ni. N. E. of San Francisco, on 
Sacramento r.; steam and rail communica- , 
tion daily ; in agricultural district ; also has 
extensive coal, copper and quicksilver 
mines. 

ITEll : every morning except Monday ; 
and COXTKA COSTA ARGUS ; Satur 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size— daily 
13x24, weekly 24x36; subscription— dailj' $5, 
Aveeklv S3; established— daily 188"). weekly 
18S5 ; fi. S. Twiner, editor and )iianager ; Ar- 
gus Publishing Co., publishers ; circulation— 
Aveeklj' K 1. 

CONTRA COSTA ARGUS; (see 
Ite^n.) 

CONTRA COSTA (GAZETTE; Sat 
urdavs ; four patres ; size 26x38 ; subscription 
$3 ; established 1858 ; Bunker & Foster, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K J. 

MARYSVILLE, C. H., Yuba Co., s 
5,012 pop., on Yuba r., at head of naviga- 
tion, and on Marysville branch of the Cali- 
fornia Pacific, at the intersection of the 
Oregon division of the Central Pacific Rd., 
57 m. X. of Sacramento and 116 from San 
Francisco. Surrounded by a large, fertile 
agricultural district on the west and a rich 
mining section on the east. 
APPEAL ; everv morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; indepen- 
dent; daily four pages, weekly six pages; 
size— daily 24x36, weekly (size of page) 20x27 ; 
subscription— daily $6, weekly .$2.50; estab- 
lished—daily 1859, weekly 1862 ; C. D. Dawson, 
editor and publisher; circulation— daily K 2, 
weekly .1 2 . 

MAXWELL) Colnsa Co. G 550 pop., 
on the X. branch of the Central Pacific Rd., 
12 m. from county seat and 135 m. from San 
I'rancisco. An excellent agricultural coun- 
try. 
STAR: Saturdays; four pages ; size 24x36; 

subscription S2; established 1883; W. W. 

Felts, editor ; Ma.xwell Publishing Co., pub 

lishers ; circulation L 2 . 

MENDOCINO, Mendocino Co., -a 900 
pop., a shipping point for large vessels, at 
mouth of Big r., l:» m. N. of San Francisco. 
Centre of considerable trade. 
BEACOX; Saturdays: foui- pages; size 
24X.36 : subscription $3; established 1877; Wil- 
liam Heeser, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L2. 

MERCED, C. H., Merced Co., U 2,000 
pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 159 m. from 
San Francisco. Agriculture is the chief in- 
tlustry. 

EXPRESS ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription ,§4 ; established 
1875 ; J. A. Norvell, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 1 

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY ARGUS; 
Saturdays; independent: four i>ages; size 
24x36; subscription $3; established 1869; R.J. 
Steele, editor; Mrs. Rowena Granice Steele, 
puV)lishpr; circulation L 2. 

STAR ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 24x36; 
subscription .S4; establislied 1880; Harris Bros, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

MILLVILLE, Shasta Co., b 450 
pup. Farming and live stock raising are 



the principal industries. A trade and mer- 
chandizing centre. 

EAST SIDE TI3IES; Saturdays ; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 24x:36; subscription 
S2.50; established 1883; Leonard W. Kidd, edi- 
tor and publisher ; cii'culation L 2 . 

MODESTO, C. H., Stanislaus Co., a 
2,200 pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 20 n). 
from Lathrop, and 29 from Stockton. En- 
gaged in agriculture, wool-growing and 
fruit-raising. 

EVENING NEWS : every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and STANISLAUS CO. 

NEVA^S. Fridays; democratic: four pages; 
size— daily 20x26, Aveekly 24x36 ; subscription 
daily §5; 'weekly .$4; established -daily 1SS4, 
weekly 1863; J. D. Spencer, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation— weekly K 1. 

REPUBIilCAN J every morning except 
Monday, and AVEEK.LY ; four pages ; size 
20x26 ; subscription— daily .$6, weeklj^ $2.50 ; 
established 1881; H. L. Bradford, editor; 
Bradford & Buser, publishers; circulation- 
daily K 1, weekly K 1. 

Bf E R A L D ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
eight pages; size 36x48; subscription $4; es- 
tablished 1875; A. E. Wagstaff, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

STANISLAUS CO. NEWS; (see 
Evening Ncicfi.) 

MOKELUMNE HILL, Calaveras 
Co., a 60<) pop., 50 m. from Stockton, 
60 from Sacramento. Industries are min- 
ing, agi-iculture, and stock-i-aising. 
CALAVERAS CHRONICLE; Satur 

days ; four pages ; size 23x32 : suljscription .$3 ; 

established 1851 ; Burce & Day, editors and 

publishers: circulation K 1. 

MONTEREY, Monterey Co., -a 1,400 
pop., on Monterey bay, 125 m. S. E. of San 
Francisco, with Avhich it is connected by 
rail. A fashionable seaside resort, border- 
ing oil one side on a stock-raising region. 

ARGUS; Saturdays ; f<jur pages ; size 
24x;36 ; subscription .$2.30 ; established 1869 ; 
freoi-ge F. Clevenger, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2. 

MOORE'S STATION, fmtte Co., b 

5(X) pop., on the Calfornia Northern Rd., 13 

m. from Maryville, 13 m. from Oroville. A 

gi-eat pine lumber shij>ping point, over 200 

cars per month. 

M I T K E : Saturdays; four pages ; size 
24x36: established 1S85; Las. Shells & Beall, 
editors and publishers; issues also Bigg's 
Itulepfudoif. 
MURRIETTA, »'" />/Vr/o Co., 0,200 

pop. 

ERA ; Thursdays: four pages; size 26x40: 
subscription S1.5ii; established 1S84 ; Frank 
r. Sheppard, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

NAPA, C. H., 2i'apa Co., -a 4,200 
pop., on Napa r. and Nai)a Valley Rd., 46 m. 
N. E. of San Francisco, aiul 65 from Sacra- 
mento City by rail. Surrounded by an agri- 
cultural and wine-producing district; a 
trade centre. Branch State Insane Asylum 
is located here. 

REGISTEIt ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKIiY, Fridays: republi- 
can; four pages; size-daily •20x28, weekly 
26x:38; subscription— ilaily $6. weekly $3; es- 
tablished—daily 1872, weekly 1863; G. M. 
Francis, editor and publisher; circulation— 
I daily I. 2 , weekly K 1. 

I REPOKTEIt : every morning exce]>t 
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Fridays ; democratic ; four pages ; size— dally 
■24x3(!, weekly 26x40; subscription— daily $6. 
weekly $3; "established— daily 1880, weekly 
1856; Dwigiit L. Hackett, editor and publish 
er ; circulation- dally L 2, weekly K 1. 

J <) II II N A 1j : Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size '^x;i() ; subscription $2 ; established 18«4 ; 
J. E. Waldeu. editor and i)uhlisher. 

NAPA CO. REPOltTER ; (see Re- 
porter.) 

C'IjASSIC; monthly; eight pages; size 
19x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 1874 ; stu- 
<lents of Napa College, publishers: circulation 
K 1 ; a college paper ; issued during the col- 
legiate year. 

NATIONAL CITY, San Diego Co.,^ 
SOO pop., at terminus of the California 
Southern Rd., on Bay of San Diego. Rail- 
road shops. Fruit section. 

RECORD; Thursdays; neutral; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2.50 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; Burgess & Burgess, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

NEVADA CITY, C. H., Nevada Co., 
C 4,022+ pop., on Deer Creek, 65 m. N. by E. of 
Sacramento. Is surrounded by the richest 
mining region in California, and engaged 
in cultivating fruit and vines. 

TRANSCRIPT; every morning except 
Monday ; independent ; four pages ; size 
22x33; subscription $7; established 1860; 
L. S. Calkins, editor ; Brown & Calkins, pub- 
lishers ; circulation .T 1 . 

NEVADA HERALD; triweekly, Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays ; four page<s ; 
size 22x33 ; subscription .§4.50 ; established 
1875 ; Gray & Davis, editors and publishers : 
circulation K 2. 

NORTH SAN JUAN,-VemcZa Co., n 

sou pop. a thriving town, with considerable 

local business, on the Middle Yuba river, 

13 m. from Nevada City by wagon road. 

TIMES; Saturdays : republican ; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription .$3.50 ; estab- 
lished 1880; O. P. Stidger, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

OAKDALiE, Stanislaus Co., u 1,450 
pop., on Stockton & Oakdale Rd., 34 m. 
from Stockton. 

STANISLAUS WHEAT GROWER; 

Saturdays ; non-partisan : four pages ; size 
24x36 ; sub.scription $3 ; established 1881 ; H. E. 
Boothbj% editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

OAKLAND, C. H., Alameda Co., -n 
45,000 pop., on San Francisco bay, opposite to 
and 7 ni. from San Francisco, in an agricul- 
tural district ; residence of a large number 
of persons doing business in San Francisco. 
Termintis of Pacific Rd.; State University 
and Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylums are 
near by. The city ranks first among the 
leading ones on the Pacific Coast in regard 
to the culture and standing of its com- 
munity, and is freqtiently called the Athens 
of the Pacific. 

EVENING TRIBUNE; every evening 
except Sunday, and TRIBUNE, Saturdays; 
republican ; eight pages ; size, daily 26x36 ; 
weekly .32x46 ; subscription— dailv $6, weekly 
.S2.50; established— daily 1873, weekly 1879; 
Tribune Publishing Co., editors and puJilish- 
ers ; Wni. E. Dargie, manager ; circulation- 
daily H 1, weekly J 2. 

TIMES; every morning: WEEKLY, 
Thm-sdays; and SUNDAY TIMES, Sim- 
<lays ; independent ; daily and Sunday four 
pages, weekly eight pages; size— daily and 



CALIFORNIA. 



Sunday 26x40; weekly size 26x40; subscription 
—daily $6, weekly $2.50, Sunday .$2.50; estab- 
lished—daily and Sunday 1868, weeklj' 1855: 
J. B. Wyman, editor ; Times Publishing Co., 
publishers ; circulation— daily H2; weeklv 
H 1 ; Sunday H 2. 

ENQUIRER; semi-weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; 
size 20x28; subscription $3; established 1879; 
Frank J. Moffit, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

BROOKLYN EAGLE; Saturdays; 
four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $2.50 ; 
established 1884; W. T. Bailey, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

J O U RNAL ; Saturdays ; German ; four 
pages ; size 24x36 : subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished 1875 ; Albert Kayser, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K '..'. 

SIGNS OF THE TIMES; Thursdays; 
seventh-day advent ist ; sixteen pages ; size 
of page 10x14; subscription $2; established 
1875; J. H. Waggoner, editor; International 
Tract and Missionarj' Society, publishers ; 
does not insert advertisements. 

SUNDAY^ TIMES.i; (see Times.) 

TRIBUNE; (see Evening Tribune.^ 

WEST OAKLAND H03IE JOUR- 
NAL: Wednesdays; four pages; size 20x26; 
subscription $2 ; established 1885 ; M. L. Hans- 
com & (Jo., editors and publishers. 

WEST OAKLAND SENTINEL : 
Wednesdays ; independent ; eight pages ; size 
30x44; subscription $2.50; established 1882; 
Fonda & Co.. editors and publishers; circ'n 
K2. 

HERALD OF TRUTH; semi month 
ly; baptist ; eight pages ; size of page 11x16 ; 
subscription $1.25; established 1880; Granville 
S. Abbott, editor and publisher ; circ'n J 1. 

AMERICAN SENTINEL; monthly; 
reform; eight pages size of page 10x14; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; established 1886 ; Pacific 
Press Publishing Co., editors and publishers ; 
does not insert advertisements. 

CALIFORNIA MEDICAL 
JOURNAL 5 monthly; medical; sixty-six 
pages : octavo ; suliscription ."Rl ; established 
1880 ; H. T.Webster, M.D., editor and publisher; 
circulation H 1. 

CARRIER DOVE; monthly; spiritual- 
ist ; twenty-four pages ; size of page 10x12 ; 
subscription $2.50 ; established 1883 ; Mrs. J. 
Schlesinger, editor and publisher; circ'n J 1 . 

EXPOSITOR; monthly; Latter Day 
Saints ; eight pages ; size 20x2'^ ; subscription 
$1 ; established IS'^S ; H. P. Brown, editor : 
published by the Expositor Board of Publica- 
tion. 

MESSIAH'S ADVOCATE AND 
HERALD OF HIS ADVENT; 
monthly; second advent ; eight pages ; size 
28x41 : established 18^0 : H. T. Carpenter, edi- 
tor ; Pacific Advent Christian Publication 
Society, ouV>lishers. 

SCIENTIFIC CALIFORNIAN ; (see 
San Francisco.) 

OCEANSIDE, San Diego Co., ^ on 
the California Southern Rd. Enjoys the 
reputation of being one of the most attrac- 
tive pleasure resorts In Southern California. 

SAN DIEGO COUNTY STAR; Sat 

urdaj-s ; iiidejiendent : four pages; size 20x28; 
subscription ,$2.r)0 ; established 1881; Francis 
H. Whalley, editor and publisher; circ'n L S.- 
ONTARIO, San Bernardino Co., 0,250 
pop., on San Antonio r. and Southern Paci- 
fic Rd., 38 m. E. of Los Angeles. Fruit-grow- 
ing and stock-raising district. 

RECORD; Wednesdays; four pages; 
subscription $2 ; established 1885; E.P.Clarke, 
editor; Clarke Brothers, ptibli.shers. 

ORANGE, Los Angeles Co.. g sur- 
rounded by vineyards and orange groves. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x36; sidjscription $10; established 1885; Wm. 
E. Ward, editor and publisher. 



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ORLAND, Colusa Co., D 500 pop., on 
the California Northern Rd. Red Bluff 40 
m. N., Sacramento 100 ni. S.; grain and fruit 
of every variety. 

TI3IES ; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription S3 ; established 1881 ; The 
Times Publishing Company, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L 2. 

OROVIIiliE, C. H., Bxitte Co., b 1,743 j 
pop., on Feather r. and California Northern \ 
Rd., 26 m. from Marysville and 152 from San | 
Francisco. j 

MERCURY; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; republican; 
fovir pages; size— daily 20x26; weekly 24x36; 
subscription — daii v §6, weekly S3 ; established 
—daily 1S82; weekly 1873; Ed. B. Price, editor 
and publisher ; circulation— daily L 2 , weekly 
Kl. 

REGISTER; Thursdays; four pages:' 
size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; established 1877 ; 
S. S. Boynton, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

PASADENA, Los Angeles Co., g 2,200 
pop., 9 m. from Los Angeles. The cultiva- 
tion of fruit, especially oranges and lemons 
is the principal industry. 

VALL.EY IJNrON; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 26x4(> ; subscription §2 ; established 
1884 ; Chas. A. Gardner, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

PETALUMA, Sonoma Co., ^ 3,800 
pop., on Petaluma Creek, 10 m. from San 
Pablo bay, and on San Francisco and North 
Pacific Rd., 42 m. from San Francisco. Two 
daily lines of steamers also ply between 
this point and San Francisco. Engaged in 
manufacturing, agi-iculture and stock-rais- 
ing. The cultivation of fruits, grapes and 
the making of wine carried on. 
ARGUS; Saturdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 28x42; subscription .$2.50; estab- 
lished 1855 ; McNabb, Cassidy & Smith, editors 
and publishers; circulation .1 1. 

COURIER; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription .$2.50 ; es- 
tablished 1876; W. F. Shattuck, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1. 

PLACERVILLE, C. H., FA Dorado 

Co., n 1,962 pop., 12 m. from Shingle Springs, 
48 E. by N. E. of Sacramento, with which it 
is connected by railroad. Centre of a gold 
mining and agricultural region. 

EL. DORADO CO. REPUBLICAN; 

Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription $2.50 ; established 1871 ; 
Richardson Bros., editors and publishers ; 
circulation I, 2. 

MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four images ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $4; established 1854; Selkirk & 
Selkirk, editors and pul)lishers ; circ'n L2. 
. OBSERVER; Tuesdays; four pages; 
size 24x36; sul)scription 2.51); established 1884 ; 
Galusha Carpenter, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

PLEASANTON, Alameda Co., -n 800 

pop., on Central Pacific Rd., 41 m. from San 

Francisco. A farming district. 

ST A R : Saturdays ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $2.50; established 18S3; D. .J. 
Foley, editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

POINT ARENA, Mendocino Co., -D 
.300 pop., on the Pacific Ocean, 2.50 m. N. of 
San Francisco. A light-house station. 



ARENA REGISTER; Fridays; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1884; William Heeser, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 1 . 

POMONA, Los Angeles Co., g 1,300 
pop., on Southern Pacific and Atlantic & 
Pacific Rds., 30 m. E. of Los Angeles ; be- 
tween Los Angeles and San Bernardino, 
Engaged in farming and fruit-growing. 

PROGRESS ; Thursdays ; four pa^es : 
size 24x36 ; suV)Scription .$2 ; established 1885 ; 
Ed. E. Stowell, editor; Firey & Lorbeer, pub- 
lishers. 

TIMES-COURIER; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription .$2 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; Charles E. Sumner, editor ; Lee & 
Sumner, publishers ; circulation K 1. 

QUINCY, C. H., Plumas Co., t\ *3i 
pop., on Spanish Creek; engaged in agri- 
culture, mining and lumbering ; situated 
250 m. N. E. of San Francisco, and 80 N. W. 
of Virginia City, Nev. 

PLU3IAS NATIONAL; Saturdays; 
independent ; four ])aKes ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $4 ; established 1866 ; P. L. Hallsted, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

RED BLUFF, C. H., Tehama Co., ^ 
3,000 pop ; of township, 4,048, on Oregon 
division of Central Pacific Rd. and Sacra- 
mento r. at head of navigation; 145 rd.. from 
Sacramento. Centre of trade. Lumbering, 
farming, and stock, wool and fruit-raising 
largely carried on ; a glove manufactory i.s^ 
also located here. 

PEOPLE'S CAUSE; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size— daily 
21x28, weeklv 28x42 ; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly .$3; 'established 1860; Pendleton & 
' Pryor, editors antl publishers ; circulation— 
dailj' L2, weekly .J 1. 

SENTINEIi ; everv evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKliY, Saturdays; four- 
pages; size dailv 21.X28; weekly 28x42; sub- 
scription, daily $5 ; weekly .$2; established- 
daily 1879; weekly 1867; W. B. H. Dodson, 
editor and publisher; circulation— daily K 1,. 
weekly K 2. 

NEWS ; Wednesdays ; four pages ; size 
22x3() ; subscription $2 ; established 18^5 ; 
Ryan & Lewis, editors and publishers. 

NORD-CAlilFORMA HEROLD : 
(see Sacramento.) 

REDDING, Shasta Co., ^ 1,200 pop., 

on Oregon Div. of Central Pacific Rd. 

Mining and agricultural section. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays ; republican : 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; estab 
lished 1877; J. H. Cooper & Co., editors and 
publishers: circulation L2. 

REPUBLICAN FREE PRESS ; Sat 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 24x3. ; 
subscription S2.50; established 1883 ; Frank M. 
Swasev, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 

SHASTA CO. DE.>IOCRAT ; Wed 
nesdays ; four pag^s ; size 26x40; subscription 
S3; established 1881 ; L. S. Barnes, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

RED\irOOD CITY, C. H., San Ma- 
teo Co., -D 1,383+ pop., on the Southern Pacific 
Rd., 28 m. from San Francisco, and on Red- 
wood Creek, which is navigable to this 
point by vessels of light draught. Engaged 
in afrriculture and lumbering. 

TIMES AND GAZETTE; Saturdays; 
republican; four panes : size 28x40: subscrip- 
tion S:^ ; established 1859 ; Ralph Sydney 
Smith, editor; San Mateo Publishing C>y.. 
publishers; circulation L2. 



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RIVERSIDE, San Bernardino Co.,n^ 
3,200 pop., on Santa Ana r., on California 
Southern Rd., 12 ni. from San Bernardino. 
A colony was located here In 1870 for the 
culture of grapes, raisins, nuts and semi- 
tropical fruits, which has been very suc- 
cessfully cariied on. 

PRESS AND HORTICIIL.TURIST; 
Saturdays ; four pages ; size aSx4> ; subscrip 
tion S2r established 1878; L. M, Holt, editor 
and publisher; circulation J 1. 

VALLEY ECHO ; Thursdays ; independ- 
ent ; six pages ; size of page S6x20 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1884; James H. Roe, 
editor and publisher; circulation J 1. 

ROHNERVILLE, Humboldt Co.,\2 
(>50 pop., 22 m. from Eureka, on Eel r. and on 
the Eureka and Eel River Valley Rd. Fine 
agricultural district, and a well-established 
town. 

HERALD; Wednesdays; four pages; 
size 22x30 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1881; Charles E. Gordon, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

SACRAMENTO, C. H., Sacramento 
Co., D 28,000 pop.. State Capital, on Sacra- 
mento r., 120 m. N. E. of San Francisco, on 
Central Pacific Rd., and at junction of five 
other railroads. Accessible to steamers 
and sailing vessels, and a centre for the 
trade and commerce of Northern Cali 
fornia. Largely engaged in various manu- 
factures ; Pacific Rd. machine shops are 
located here. 

BEE ; every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY. Fridays; independent-repub- 
lican; daily four pages, weekly and Satur- 
days eight pages ; size— daily 26x36, Aveekly 
37x32; Saturdays (size of page) 16x24 ; sub- 
scription— dailv (including Saturdays) .$6, 
weekly .§2, Saturdnvs $1.50; established- 
daily 18.57, weekly 1877 ; James McClatchy & 
Co.. editors and publishers; circulation— daily 
G 1, weekly H 1. 

RECORD-UNION; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and UNION, Saturdays; re- 
publican ; daily four pages, weekly and Sat 
urday eight pages ; size— daily 26x3S, weekly 
and Saturday 3Sx52; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $2 ; established 1851 ; Sacramento 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation—daily H 2, weekly G 1. 

JOURNAL; semi- weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays ; German ; neutral ; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $5 ; estab- 
lished 1868 ; K. F. Wiemever, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEWS; Fri 
days; christian, eight pages: size of page, 
12x18; subscription ,$2: established 1881 ; E. 
B. Wai-e, editor ; News Publisain^ Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation J 1 . 

NORD - CAIilFORNIA HEROLD ; 

Saturdays; German: eight pages; size of 
page 18x24 ; subscription JjSS : established 1885 ; 
Charles Schmitt, editor ; Herold Publishing 
Co., publishers. An edition is also dated at 
Red Bluff for circulation in Northern Cali- 
fornia. 

SUNDAY LEADER ; Saturdays ; eight 
pages ; size of page 19x24 ; subscription .$2.50 ; 
established 1879 : John N. Larkin, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

UNION: (see Record- Union.) 

PACIFIC POULTRY GAZETTE; 
monthly; poultry-raising; sixteen pages; 
size of page 8x12; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished 1885 ; Ed. L. Stephens, editor and 
publisher. 

RESCUE; monthly; temperance; eight 
pages ; size of page 10x14 ; subscription 50 



cents; established 18»4; Geo. B. Katzenstein, 
editor; Grand Lodge I. O. G. T. of Cal., pub- 
lishers; circulation H 1. gS?^ Actual average 
circulation for one year preceding Jan. 1, 1H86, 
as per statement on file at tiie ojfice of the 
American Xeirspajicr Director u, 3,565 coiiies. 

ST. HELENA, ^"'apa Co., -a 2,(J00 pop., 
60 m. N. of San Francisco, on Cal. Pacific 
Rd. Chief wine-producing region of 
the United States ; place of residence for 
San Francisco business men. Centre of 
great wine interests of Napa Valley. It has 
three banking houses, six hotels, water and 
gas works, about twenty mei-cantile estab- 
lishments, several churches, Masonic and 
other societies, good schools and all the 
belongings of an intelligent community. 
STAR; Fridays; four pages; size 26x40;. 
subscription S3 ; established 1874 ; W. A. Mac- 
kinder, editor and publisher; cii'culation K 1. 
TimES ; Wednesdays; four pages; size- 
22x30; subscription $3; established 1882; J. 
S. Hay, editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SALINAS, C. H., Afonteretj Co., -a sit- 
uated in the midst of a rich agricultural 
region surrounded by a district engaged in 
sheep and stock-raising ; 94 m. S. by E. of 
San Francisco. 

INDEX; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; size 26x4<_t : subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1872 ; W. J. Hill, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

MONTEREY DE3IOCRAT; Satur 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
S2.b(t ; established 1867 ; Thomas Harris and 
B. W. Leigh, editors and publishers; circu- 
lation L 2. 

SAN ANDREAS, C. H., Calaveras 

Co., a 700 pop., 42 m. N. E. of Stockton. En- 
gaged extensively in agriculture, horticul- 
ture and to some extent in gold mining. 

CALAVERAS CITIZEN; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion ,§3 ; established 1871 ; C. R. Beal, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

CALAVERAS PROSPECT; Fridays; 
four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription §3 ; es- 
tablished 1881 ; C. W. Getchell and M. G. 
Salcido, editors and publishers ; circulation 
L2. 

SAN BERNARDINO, C. H., San 

Bernardino Co., O, 2,500 pop., on California 
Southern Rd.; 5 m. N. of Santa Ana r., 
about 60 E. of Los Angeles, and 480 S. hy 
E. of San Francisco. Agriculture, mining 
and horticulture are the chief industries. 

EVENING INDEX: every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; 
daily four pages, w^eekly eight pages ; size- 
daily 24x36, weekly 26x38 ; subscription- 
daily $10, weekly S3 ; established— daily 1881,. 
weekly 1878; S.'P. Merritt, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation— daily L 1, weekly K 1. 

MORNING HOUR ; every morning ex- 
cept 3Ionday ; four pages: size 2Ux29 ; sub- 
scription $1(1 ; established 1885 ; J. M. Scan- 
land, editor and publisher. 

TIMES; every evening except Sunday, 
and AVEEKLY, Saturdays; neutral; four 
pages ; size— dailv 24x36, weekly 30x44 ; sub- 
scription-daily $10, weekly $3 ; established 
1875 ; John Isaac, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation—daily L 1, weekly K 2. 

SAN BUENAVENTURA, C.H., 

Ventura Co., p 2,000 pop., on the coast, about 
30 m. S. E. of Santa Barbara. Trade witla 



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the Interior centres here ; centre of petro- 
leum belt. "Oil Git J- " of Pacific Coast. 

VEXTLRA FREE PRESSi ; Fri 

days ; republican ; four pages : size 24x36 ; 
subscription 8^.5' • ; established 1875 ; Dr. 
Stephen Bowers, editor; Stephen Bowers & 
Son, publishers ; circulation K 1. 

VENTURA SIGNAL; Saturdays ; 
democratic ; foar pages : size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion S3; established 1871; H. G. McLean, 
editor and publisher ; cii'culation L 2. 

SAN DIEGO, C. H., San Diego Co., R 

6,500 pop., on San Diego baj", about 450 m. 
from San Francisco. The seaport town of 
Southern California, having a good harbor. 
The centre of trade for a large country, 
and continually growing in commerce, 
wealth and business importance. Pacific 
coast terminus of the Atcheson, Topeka & 
Santa Fe Rd. 

SAN DIEGAN : every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY; Fridays; daily 
four pages ; weeklv eiuht pages : size — daily 
•>>x30, weekly 30x44 ; established— daily 1884, 
weekly 18S5 : Bacon, Julian & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

SUN : every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEK. Li Y," Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription— daily .SIO, weekly S2.50 ; 
established 1881 ; Warren Wilson, editor and 
publisher : circulation— daily L 2, weekly L 2. 

UNION; every morning except Monda.v, 
and VVEEKliY, Thursdays; independent; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; size- 
daily 22x34, weeklv :Mx44 ; subscription— daily 
•SIO, weekly §3; established 1868; Douglas 
Gunn, editor and publisher ; circulation- 
daily J 1 , weekly I 1 . 

SAN FRANCISCO, C. H., San 

Francisco Co., -a 250,000 pop., the great me- 
tropolis of Pacific Coast, situated on San 
Francisco bay, at entrance through Golden 
Gate. It has one of the finest harbors in 
the world, and is extensively engaged in 
foreign and domestic commerce. Depot for 
all imports and exports ; the railroads from 
different parts of the State centre here ; 
largest city west of Rocky Mountains, and 
the centre of art and culture on the Pacific 
Coast. 

ABEND POST: every evening except 
Sunday, WEEKLY, Thursdays; German; 
repuVjlican : four pages ; size— daily 26x41, 
weekly 29x46 : subscription— daily SIO, weekly 
S2.50 ; established 1860 ; Hugo Herzer, man- 
ager; Abend Post Co., publishers; circula- 
tion — daily I 2 , weekly H 2. 

ALT A CALIFORNIA; every morn- 
ing, and W'EEKIiY, Saturdays; indepen- 
lent-rlemocratic ; eight pages ; size of page 
—daily 16x23, weekly 20x26 ; subscription- 
daily (including Sundav) S6, weekly §1.50, 
Sunday edition $2; established 1S48 ; Alta 
California Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; W. F. Walveman, manager; circula- 
Tion — daily F2. weekly a 1. ■ 

CALIFORNIA DEMOK RAT ; every 
morning except Sunday. CALIFORNIA 
ISTAATS ZEITIJNG, Thursdays, and 
SONXTA<;si{I.ATT. Sundays; Ger- 
man ; independent ; dailj' and Sunday four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily and 
Sunday 26x40, weekly 32x46; subscription- 
daily with Sunday $10, weekly .S2.50, Sun- 
day S2.50, weeklv and Sundav togetlier $4; 
established— daily 1853. weekly 18.54; Fred- 
erick Hess & Co., editors and publishers; 
circ'n — daily H I, weekly H 2, Sunday H 2. 

CHRONICLE: every morning except 
Svmday, SE>1 1- \V K K K Tj V. Wednesdays 
and Saturdays. WEEKIiY, Thursdays, 
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days ; independent ; daily and semi-weekly 
four pages, weekly and Sunday eight pages ; 
size— daily 28x39. semi-weekly 26x4U, weekly 
(size of page) 20x26, Sunday (size of page) 
20x28 ; subscription — daily with Sunday 
Chronicle S6.70, weekly S1.50, Sundaj' $2; es- 
tablished—daily and Sunday 1865, semi-week- 
ly 18S], weeklj' 1874; M. H de Young, editor 
and publisher ; circulation— daily C 2, week- 
lv F 1, Sundav C 2. 

C03IMERCIAL NEWS AND SHIP- 
PING LIST; every moruine, and weekly 
Fridaj'S ; commercial ; four pages ; size 24x32 ; 
subscription— weeklv $.2 ; established— daily 
1865, weekly 1883; Commercial Publishing Co., 
editors and nublishers ; circulation— weekly 
K 1. ' 

COURRIER DE SAN FRANCIS- 
CO; every morning except Mondaj', and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays; French; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 28x40 : subscription 
—daily .§24, weekly §10; established 1852; E. 
Derhec, editor ; Courrier de San Francisco 
Publishing Co., publishers ; an edition is pub- 
lished semi-monthly for the Atlantic States 
and Em-ope at S6 ; circulation — daily I 2 , 
weeklv J 2, European edition K 2. 

EVENING BULLETIN; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and BULLETIN, 
Wednesdays ; independent ; dailj" four pages, 
weekly twelve pages: size—daily 30x45, 
weekly (size of page) 18x25 ; subscription- 
daily S12, weekly .S2.50 ; established 18,55 ; San 
Francisco Bulletin Co., editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation— daily G 2, weekly F 1. 

EVENING POSTj every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and POST, Thursdays; daily 
four pages, Saturday and weekly eight pages; 
size— daily 26x38, Saturday and weekly 38x51 ; 
subscription— daily S6, weekly §2 ; estab- 
lished—daily 1871, weekly 1875; Post Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers ; circulation — 
dailv F 2, weeklv G 2. 

EXAMINER; every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays ; democratic; daily 
four pages, weekly and Sunday eight pages ; 
size— daily 26x40, weekly and Sunday (size 
of paget 20x26 ; subscription — daily $6, 
weekly SI 50; established 1865; Examiner 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation—daily F I , weekly F 2. 

HOTEL GAZETTE; every afternoon 
except Sunday ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription S5; established 1876; Wm. P. Harri- 
1 son, editor and publislier ; circulation I 1 . 

JOURNAL OF C031MERCE; eveij 
I afternoon except Sunday, and WEEKL\ , 
I Thursdays ; commercial ; four ]>ages ; size- 
daily 26x38, weekly 28x42 ; subscription— dailj' 
S6, weekly S4 ; established— daily 1880, weekly 
18T2; J. O. Learv, editor ; San Francisco Jour- 
nal of Commerce Publishing Co., publishers ; 
circulation— daily K 2, weekly I 2 : issue also 
Comniereial Hfrnld nud Market Revicn-. 

I>I O R N I N G (1 A L L ; every morning, 
and CAliL, Thursdays; independent ; daily 
four pages, Sunday ten pages, weekly eight 
pages ; size— daily 26x40, weekly 40x52, Sunday 
(size of page) 2ux26; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $1.25, Sundav §1.50; established— daily 
1856, weekly 1873 : Snn Francisco Call Co., edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation — daily C 1, 
weeklv 'J 2. 

REPORT ;everv evening except Sun- 
dav. and WEEKIiY, Thursdays; indepen- 
dent ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages, 
size— dailv 28x40, weekly 28x42; subscription 
—dailv edition .«;<>, weeklv edition ."152; estab- 
lished— daily 1863, weekly. 1862; Daily Report 
Pul)lishing Co., (William M. Bunker and Amos 
C. Hiester) editors and publishers; circulation 
-d.-jilv X 'voeu-iv H 1. 

LA REPUBLICA; semi-weekly, Wed- 
nesdavs and Saturdays ; Spanish ; four pages ; 
size 22xv>; subscription $3.50; established 
1881 ; I'ackanl A Co , editors and publishers ; 
circnlat'on .r ■} 

LA VOCE DEL POPOLO ; semi-week- 
ly, Wednes.lays and Saturdays; Italian; in- 
dependent; four pages; size2Sx42; subscrip- 
tion S6 ; established 1859 ; G. B. Cevasco and 
Paride Canessa, editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation H 1. 



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A-IIERICAX AND CHINESE COM- 
MERCIAL. NEWSPAPER; Fridays; 
Chinese ; four pa^es; size 2tix38 ; subscription 
$5; established 1883; Suey Kee L*t Co., editors 
and publishei's ; circulation J 1. 

ANTI-COOLIE DYNAMITE ; Sun 
days ; four pases ; size 22x30 ; established, 
1885 : Dr. C. C. O'Donnell. editor and publisher. 

ARGONAUT; Saturdays; literary: so- 
ciety; sixteen pages ; size of page 12x16; sub 
scription $4; established 1877; Frank M. 
Pixley, editor ; Argonaut Publishing Co.. 
publishers ; circulation F 1. 

A VOZ PORTUGJIJEZA; Wednesdays ; 
Portuguese ; four pages ; size 3()x48 ; subscrip- 
tion S2 ; established 1880 ; Manoel Stone, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

BIEN; Wednesdays; Scandinavian; six- 
teen pages; size of page 11x15; subscription 
S2..50; established 1SS2; I. Dietrichson, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN; 
Saturdays ; snorting ; sixteen pages ; size of 
page 11x16 ; subscription $5 ; established 
1882 ; Joseph Cairn Simpson, editor ; Breeder 
and Sportsman Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation I 1 . 

BFLLETIN ; (see Evening Bulletin.) 

CALIFORNIA CHRISTIAN AD- 
VOCATE ; Wednesdays; methodist epis- 
copal ; eight pages ; size 82x46 ; subscription 
$2.50 ; established 1851; B. F. Crary, D. D., 
editor; John B. Hill, publisher; circulation 
12. 

CALIFORNIA FARMER ; Thurs- 
day's ; agricultural ; eight pages ; size 29x43 ; 
subscription $4; established 1854; Warren & 
Co., editors and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

CALIFORNIA GROCER AND 
CANNER; Fi-idays ; commei'Cial ; twenty- 
four pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subscription .$2 ; 
established 1879; California Grocer and Can- 
ner Publishing Co., publisliers ; B. N. Rowlej', 
manager; circulation II. 

CALIFORNIA JOURNAL UND 
SONNTAGS<tAST; Sundays; German; 
four pages ; size 27x40 : subscription .$2 ; es- 
tablished 1870 ; California Jouj-nal Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers; circtilation 12. 

CALIFORNIA MAVERICK; Satur 
days ; humorous ; four pages ; size, 24x36 ; 
subscription .S2.50; established 1383; Wm. H. 
Marshall, editor ; Maverick Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation F2. 

CALIFORNIA PATRON AND 
AGRICULTURIST ; Saturdays; sixteen 
pages ; size 12x16 ; subscription §2 ; estab- 
lished 1876 ; J. Chester, editor ; State Grange 
of California, publisliers ; circulation H 1. 

CALIFORNIA SPIRIT OF THE 
TIMES AND UNDERWRITER'S 
JOURNAL; Saturdays; insurance; eight 
pages ; size 32x45 ; subsci'iption $5 ; established 
1854 ; Marcus D. Boruck, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

CALIFORNIA STAATS ZEI- 
TUNG; (see California Demokrat.) 

CALIFORNIA VOICE: Thursdays; 
prohibition ; sixteen pages ; size of page 
11x15; subscription .$1; established 1886; 
George Moi'ris, editor and publisher. 

CALL ; (see Morning Call.) 

CITY ARGUS; Saturdays; twenty-four 
pages ; size of page 11x14 ; subscription §4 ; 
established 1878 ; Robert E. Culbreth, editor 
and publislier ; circulation H 2. 

COMMERCIAL HERALD AND 
MARKET REVIEW^; Thursdays; com- 
mercial ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription 
$9 ; established 1867 ; J. O'Leary, editor ; San 
Francisco Journal of Commerce Publishing 
Co., publishers ; circulation K 2 ; the San 
Francisco 3Iarket Revieio is is.sued on letter 
sheet simultaneously with above, especially 
for transmission abroad ; issues also the 
Journal of Commerce. 

DER CALIFORNISCHE VOLKS- 
FREUND ; Saturdays; German; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription .$2.50 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; Melch. Diepenbrock, editor ; Carl 
August Doeing and Franz Jos. Diepenbrock, 
publishers. 

ELEVATOR; Saturdays; republican; 



Saturdays; spiritual- 
28x42; subsci'iption 
J. J. Owen, t'ditor ; 
and Publishing Co., 



four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $4 ; e.s- 
tablished 1865 ; Philip A. Bell, editor; Elevator 
Publishing Co., publishers ; circulation K 1. 
F O O T li 1 G H T ; Mondays ; dramatic ; 
four pages; (hotel edition eight i)ages); size 

1 of page 12x17 ; subscription $2 ; established 

I 1877; J. D. Robertson, editor and publisher; 

I circulation K 1. 

GOLDEN (iATE 
ist ; eight pages; size 

I .$2.51): established 1885; 
Golden Gate Printing 
publishers. 

GROCER AND COUNTRY MER- 
CHANT; Fridays; commercial; four pages,- 
size 29x42; subscription §2.50; established 
1875; Briggs & Harrington, editors and pul)- 
lishers ; circulation 1 1 . 

HAY^ES VALLEY ADVERTISER J 
Saturdays ; independent ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription §1 ; established 1878 ; Wm . 
Clack & Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion J 1. 

HEBREW; Fridays; English and Ger- 
man; Jewish; eight pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription ■S5 ; established 1863 ; Philo Jacob.y, 
editor and publisher ; Ernest Jacoby, busi- 
ness manager ; circulation .1 1 . 

HEBREW OBSERVER ; Fridays ; 
English and German ; Jewish; eight pages; 
size 28x42 ; subscription §5 ; established 1856 ;. 
Wm. Saalburg. editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation 1 1. 

HERALD OF TRADE; Thursdays; 
commercial; four pages; size 28x42; sulj- 
seription .§3; B. F. Jacobs, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation I l . 

JEWISH PROGRESS; Fridays; Jew- 
ish ; eight pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription $3 ; 
established 1875; Ab. Seeligsohn, editor; Prog- 
ress Publishing Co. , publishers circulation 
K 2. 

JEWISH TI3IES ; Fridays ; Jewish ; 
four pages ; size 23x31 ; subscription §3 ; es- 
tablished 1880 ; Emanuel Katz, manager ; 
Times Publishing Co., editors and pub- 

■ Ushers ; circulation J 2. 

L'ELVEZIA ; Saturdays ; Swiss-Italian ; 
four pages ; size 28x40 ; subscription $5 ; es- 
tablished 1S79 ; Geo. F. Cavalli, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 

' LA SOCIEDAD; Saturdays; Spanish; 

: republican ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscrip- 

; tion $5 ; established 1870 ; F. Epson, editor 
and publisher; circulation J 1. 

; LE PETIT JOURNAL; Mondays; 
French ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; 
subscription $5 ; established 1871 ; Edward 
L. Labadie & Co., editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation J 1 . 

MARKET REVIEW; (see Commercial 
Herald and Market Review.) 
MINING AND SCIENTIFIC 

I PRESS; Saturdays; mining ; twenty fotir 
pages ; size of page 11x16 ; subscription $3 ; 

I established 1860 ; Dewey & ~ 

I publishers ; circulation I 2 

j Pacific Rural Press. 

MIRROR ; Saturdays; 

' pages ; size 24x36 : subscription S2.50 ; estab- 

[ lished ISSl: William 31. Melntyre, editor; 

j Mirror Publishing Co., publishers. 

' MISSION JOURNAL ; Saturdays; in- 

j dependent-republican; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $2; established 188ii; Hollis & 

I Havs, editors and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

MONITOR; Wednesdays; catholic; 

eight pages ; size 38x52 ; subscription $3 ; 

established 1857 ; S. J. McCormick, editor ;. 

Monitor Publishing Co., publishers ; circula- 

; tion G 1. 

>IUSIC AND DRAMA; Saturdays: 
dramatic ; eight pages ; size 20x28 ; subscrip- 
tion S2.50 ; established 1882 ; John F. Thrum, 
editor and publisher ; circtilation I 1 . 

NEW AGE ; Saturdays ; odd-fellowship ; 
sixteen pages; size of page 11x16; subscrip- 
tion $3.50 ; established 1865 ; W. F. Xorcross, 
editor and publishf r ; circulation I 1 . 

NEWS LETTER AND CALIFOR- 
NIA ADVERTISER; Saturdays; twen- 
ty-four pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subscrip- 
tion $5 ; established 1856 ; circulation F 1. 



Co., editors and 
issue also the 

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OCCIDENT; Wednesdays; presbyterian; 
sixteen pages; size of page 11x15; subscrip- 
tion S2.50 ; establislied 1860 ; Rev. Frederic E. 
Sheai-er, editor and nublisher : circ'n H 1. 

O PROGRESSO CAL.IFORMENSE; 
Tliursdays ; Portuguese ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2.50 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; Antonio M. Vicente, editor and 
publishers; circulation J 1. . 

PACIFIC ; "Wednesdays ; congregational; 
eight pages; size 32x46; subscription $2.50; 
•established 1852 ; Publishing Company of the 
Pacific, editors and publishers; circ'n J 2. 

PACIFIC CATHOLIC; Satmdays ; 
■catholic ; eight pages; size of page 11x15; 
subscription SI. 50 ; established 1884 ; J. T. 
R.yan, editor ; Pacific Catholic Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

PACIFIC METHODIST; Thursdays ; 
methodist episcopal south ; sixteen pages ; 
size 11x16; subscription $2.50; established 
1860; "Wiclc B. Parsons, editor; the Pacific 
Methodist Publishing Co., publishers; circu- 
lation J 1. 

PACIFIC PIIiOTE; Saturdays; Ger- 
man ; independent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription §2.50; established 1880; F. G. 
•Gerhard, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion 1 1 . 

PACIFIC RURAL. PRESS; Satur 
days ; agricultural ; twenty-four pages ; size of 
page 11x16; subscription §3 ; established 1870 ; 
Dewey & Co., editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation G 1 ; issue also the Mining and Scien- 
ttiic I^i'pss 

PACIFIC VETERAN ; Fridays; army 
and navj' ; eight pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion SI ; established 1885 ; J. J. Lyon, editor ; 
J. C. Hall, publisher. 

POLITICAL RECORD; Saturdays; 
non-partisan ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; sub- 
scription $2.50 ; California Political Record 
Publishing Co., publishers; Donald Bruce, 
manager ; circulation 1 1 . 

POST ; (see Evening Post.) 

PUBLIC OPINION; Saturda.ys ; four 
pages ; size 21x28 : subscription $2.50 ; estab- 
lished 1878 ; I. N. Choynski, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation I 2 . 

SAN FRANCISCAN; Saturdays; lit- 
erary : sixteen pages ; size 11x16 ; subscrip- 
tion $2.50 ; established 1884 ; "Wm. P. Harrison, 
editor and publisher : circulation I 2 . 

SATURDAY MERCURY; Saturdays; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1885; Harry N. Morse, editor and 
publisher. 

SONNTAGSBLATT ; (see California 
Demokrat.) 

STAR; Saturdays; independent; eight 
pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; James H. Barry, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation G 1. 

SUN ; Saturdays; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2.50; established 1885 ; Sun Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers. 

SUNDAY CHRONICLE; (see airon- 
icle.) 

UNIVERSE; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription §3; established 1882; 
Wm. Boedefeld & Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

VALKYRIEN ; Fi-idays; Skandinavian; 
four pages ; size 25x.S8 ; subscription $2.25 ; 
established 1878 ; W. S. Kreutzmann, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L2. 

VINDICATOR; Saturdays; independ- 
ent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $4 ; 
G. W. Dennis, Jr., & Co., editors and pub 
li.shers ; circulation 1 1 . 

WASP; Saturdays; illustrated; humor- 
ous ; twenty pages ; size of page 11x14 ; sub- 
scription $5 ; established 1876 ; Wasp Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers; circ'n Fl. 

WEST COAST REPORTER; Thurs 
days ; legal ; octavo ; subscription $5 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; Carter P. Pomeroy, editor ; A. L. 
Bancroft & Co., publishers ; circulation K 2. 

WEST END j Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x35 ; subscription $2 ; established 1885 ; 
S. B Carleton, publisher and proprietor. 

MERCHANT; bi-weekly; viticultural ; 
sixteen pages ; size of page 10x14 ; subscrip- 



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tion.$3 ; established 1876 ; Charles R. Buckland, 
editor and publisher ; circulation I 2 . 

PACIFIC CHURCHMAN ; semi 
monthly ; protestant episcopal ; fourteen 
pages ; size of page 10x14 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1866 ; Standing Committee of the 
Diocese of California, publishers ; H, F. 
Graves, manager ; circulation J 1 . 

PACIFIC STATES WATCHMAN ; 
semi-monthly ; ancient order of united work- 
men; sixteen pages; size of page 11x16; 
subscription .$2 ; established 1878 ; Watchman 
Publishing Co., publishers; A. T. Dewey, 
manager , circulation H 2. 

BISHOP'S A. B. C. GUIDE; 
monthly ; sixty-eight pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1885; Bishop & Cucuel, 
editors and publishers. 

CALIFORNIA ARCHITECT AND 
BUILDING NEWS; monthly; mechani- 
cal ; thirty-two pages ; size of page 9x12 ; 
subscription $2; established 1879; James E. 
Wolfe, editor; California Architect and 
Building News Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation I 2 . 

CALIFORNIA CACKLER ; month- 
ly ; poultry j-aising ; twenty pages ; size of 
page 8x11 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885; 
The Cackler Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

CALIFORNIA HERALD ; monthly; 
sixteen pages ; size of page 12x16 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25; established 1883; California 
Herald Co., editors and publishers. 

CALIFORNIA TEACHER AND 
HOME JOURNAL; monthly; educa- 
tional ; seventy-six pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1883 ; Thos. E. Flynn & 
Co., editors and publishers. 

COAST REVIEW; monthly; insur- 
ance ; eighty-four pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1871; J. G. Edwards, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

COS MOPOLITAN - PLAINDEAL- 
ER ; monthly; twenty pages ; size of page 
9x12 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; Cos- 
mopolitan-Plaindealer Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers. 

DENTAL JAIRUS; monthly; dental; 
fifty-eight pages ; octavo ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1880; William Oscar Thrailkill, 
M.S., M.D., D.D.S., editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2 ; issues also the Scientific 
Californian. 

FARMER AND DEALER; monthly; 
eight pages ; size of page 16x23 ; subscription 
50 cts. ; established 1876: M. Ayers, editor; 
Farmer and Dealer Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation Gl. 

FATHER'S LOVE; monthly; eight 
pages ; size 11x16 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1885 ; W. A. Spurlock and Franklin Rhoda, 
editors and publishers. 

FRATERNAL RECORD; monthly; 
fraternity ; sixteen pages ; size of page 11x16 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1881 ; Fraternal 
Publishing Co.. editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation 1 1 . The Masonic Record is printed 
at this office. 

GOLDEN ERA; monthly; eighty -six 
pages ; size of page 7x10 ; subscription $2.50 ; 
established 1852 ; Harr Wagner and Walter E. 
Adams, editors ; Golden Era Co., publishers; 
circulation H 2 ; issues also the Ranch, Field 
and Fireside. 

HEALD'S COLLEGE JOURNAL ; 

monthly; eight pages ; size of page 11x15; 
subscription 50 cents ; established 1858 ; 
Heald's Business College, publishers ; an ad- 
vertising sheet. 

LADIES' HOME JOURNAL; month 

ly ; sixteen pages: size 11x16; subscription 
$1 ; established 1878 ; H. S. Spalding, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

31 A S O N I C RECORD ; monthly ; 
masonic ; sixteen pages ; size of page 11x16 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1880 ; Masonic 
Pul^lishing Co.. editors and publishers ; 
printed at the office of the Fraternal Record. 

MEDICO-LITERARY JOURNAL; 
monthly; medical ; fort.v pages octavo ; 
subscription $3 ; established 1878 ; Mrs. M. P. 



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Sawtelle, M. D., editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1. 
MILI.MAN AND 3IECHANfC'; 

monthly ; mechanical ; sixteen pages ; size of 
pageUxKi; subscription $1 ; established 1884; 
Dewey & Co., editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion Iv 1. 

OVERLAND MONTHLY; literary; 
one hundred and thirty-two pages octavo ; 
subscription $4 ; established 1868 ; Overland 
Monthly Co., publishers; circulation II. 

PACIFIC COAST POSTAL. IN- 
DEX ; monthly ; eight pages ; size of page 
11x16 ; subscription $1.10 ; established 1880 ; L. 
P. McCarty, editor and publisher ; circulation 
H 1. IIC^" Actual average circulation for one 
year preceding Dee. 1, 18^5, as per statement 
on file at the office of the American Newa- 
paper Director^/, 3.632 copies. 

PACIFIC MEDICAL AND SUR- 
GICAL JOURNAL AND WESTERN 
LANCET; monthly; medical; sixty-four 
pages octavo; subscription $3; established 
1S58 ; Wm. S. Whitwell, M. D., editor ; Wm. S. 
Buncombe, publisher ; circulation K 2. 

PACIFIC TRADE JOURNAL; 
monthly; eighteen pages; size of page 8x11; 
subscription $1.50; established 1883; J. D. 
Robertson, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

RAILROAD GAZETTEER; month 
ly ; one hundred and sixty-four pages ; size of 
page 6x8 ; subscription $1 ; established 1869 ; 
H. S. Crocker & Co., publishers ; circ'n G 1. 

RANCH, FIELD AND FIRESIDE ; 
monthly ; sixteen pages ; size of page 11x15 ; 
subscription 50 cents ; established 1884 ; Golden 
Era Co., editors and publishers ; circulation 
H 1 ; issues also the Golden Era. 

SCIENTIFIC CALIFORNIA N; 
monthly ; sixteen pages ; size of page 9x12 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; William 
Oscar Thrailkill, M.S., M.D., D.D.S., editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2 ; dated at San 
Francisco and Oakland ; issues also the Den- 
tcLL TaxviL^ 

WOOD AND IRON ; monthly; twenty 
pages ; size of page 14x10 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1883; S. L. Everett, editor and 
publisher ; circulation H 2. 

CALIFORNIA HOMCEOPATH ; bi 
monthly ; medical ; thirty-eight pages octavo ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; "Wm. Boer- 
icke, M.D., editor; Boericke & Sclireck, pub- 
lishers ; circulation J 2 . 

CHILD AND STATE ; quarterly ; eight 
pages; size of page 9x11; subscription 50 
cents ; established 1885 ; Charles A. Murdock 
and Edmond T. Dooley, editors ; Boys and 
Girls' Aid Society, publishers. 

SAN JOSE, C. H., Santa Clara Co.,^ 
15,030 pop., situated in Santa Clara Valley, 
3 m. from head of San Francisco bay, and on 
Southern Pacific, Central Pacific and S. P. 
C Rd., 51 m. S. by E. of San Francisco. En- 
gaged in fruit, grain growing and wine- 
making and manufacturing. State Normal 
School and Academy of Notre Dame, Uni- 
versity of the Pacific and State Asylum for 
the chronic insane are located here ; has 
first electric tower built in Ameriea, con- 
structed of wrought iron, 200 feet high. 

HERALD; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays ; independ- 
ent-democratic ; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages ; size— daily 24x36, weekly 30x44 ; 
subscription— daily $6, weekly $2 ; establish- 
ed—daily 1865, weekly 1876 ; Herald Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers ; circ'n— daily 1 1 . 
weekly J 2 . 

MERCURY ; every morning except 
Monday, SUNDAY MERCURY, Sun- 
days, and WEEKLY, Saturdays ; indepen- 
dent-republican ; daily— four pages, Sunday 
eight pages, weekly six pages ; size— daily 
26x40, Sunday (size of page) 18x24, weekly (size 
of page) 21x28 ; subscription — daily with 
Sunday $6, weekly $2; established 1852; 



CALIFORNIA. 



Chas. M. Shortridge, editor and publisher ; 
circulation daily H 1, weekly I 2 . 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
four pages; size 22x30; subscription $.).0D ; 
established 18S3 ; H. A. De Lacy, editor ; De 
Lacy & Williams, publishers. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays ; German ; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; establish- 
ed 1882 ; Wm. Lenz, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

SUNDAY MERCURY ; (see Mercury.) 

SANTA CLARA VALLEY; month 
ly ; vine culture ; tw entv pages ; size of page 
10x14 : subscription $1 50 ; established 1884 ; 
Foote, Brainard & Beckett, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

SAN LEANDRO, Alameda Co., -u 
1,627 pop., on C. P. Rd., 9 m. from Oakland, 
15 from San Francisco. Manufactures agri- 
cultural implements. 

REPORTER; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; established 1879 ; 
R. A. Marshall, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

SAN LUIS OBISPO, C. H., San 

Luis Obispo Co., ^ 3,0u0 pop., on line of Pa- 
cific Coast Rd. Engaged in farming, dairy- 
ing, and stock raising ; situated 9 m. from 
San Luis Obispo bay, and 250 S. E. of San 
Francisco, and on the stage route from 
Gilroy to Los Angeles. 

REPUBLIC ; every morning except 
Sunday ; independent ; four pages, size 18x26 ; 
subscription ,$5 ; established 1883 ; Chas. Max- 
well, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

MIRROR ; Thursdays; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $3 ; established 1880 ; 
J. M. South, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2. 

REGISTER ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; established 1885 ; 
Martin & Doyle, editors and publishers. 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription, $3 ; establish- 
ed 1869; Tribune Printing Co., editors and 
publishers ; circulation .J 1 . 

SAN RAFAEL, C. H., Marin Co., -a 
2,276 pop., in a dairying, agricultural and 
stock-raising district, on W. side of San 
Pablo Straits, 15 m. N. of San Francisco, at 
the base of Mount Tamalpais; charming 
climate and an invalid resort. 

MARIN CO. JOURNAL; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $4 ; established 1861 : S. F. Barstow, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L2. 

MARIN TOCSIN ; Saturdays ; demo 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$3 ; established 1879 ; James H. Wilkins, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

SANTA ANA, Los Angeles Co., g 2,100 
pop., the terminus of Los Angeles & San Di- 
ego Rd., 33 m. S. E. of Los Angeles, and 8 
from Newport Harbor on the Pacific Ocean. 
Is in the semi-tropical fruit belt and wine- 
growing district of Southern California, a 
few miles from the "Black Star" coal mine. 

HERALD; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription .$2 ; estab- 
lished 1878 ; A. Waite, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

STANDARD ; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; D. M. Baker, editor; M. A. Yarnell 
and C. D. Overshiner, publishers ; circ'n K 1. 

SANTA BARBARA, C. H., Santa 

Barbara Co., Q 4,200 pop., engaged in agri- 
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ing ; situated near the coast, on the Santa 
Barbara Channel, on a safe and commodi- 
ous harbor, and between San Luis Obispo 
and Los Angeles, 362 m. S. E. of San Fran- 
cisco ; celebrated as a health and pleasure 
resort ; has a climate probably unexcelled. 

INDEPENDENT ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Sunday morning, and WEEK.- 
LiY, Saturdays ; four pages ; size— daily 
;2'2x3(), weekly 23x32; subscription— daily $8, 
weekly S3; established— daily 1883, weekly 
1878 ; Independent Publishing Co., publish- 
ers ; Geo. P. Tebbetts, manager ; circulation 
—daily K 1, weeklj' K 1. 

PKESSj every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays; independent 
republican; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages ; size— daily 22x30, weekly 30x44 ; sub- 
scription—daily S8, weekly $3; established- 
daily 1872, weekly 1863; Kinsell and Nixon, 
editors and publishers; circulation — daily 
K 1, weekly K 2. 

H E R A li D ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 24x.36 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1885; Lane & Candy, editors and 
IHiblishcrs. 

SANTA CLARA, Santa Clara Co., 

-a 2,416t pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 3 m. 

from San Jose and 47 from San Francisco. 

Surrounded by an agricultural district. 

Santa Clara College is located hei-e. 

JOURNAL; Wednesdays; four pages: 
size 24x36 ; subscription $2.5U ; established 
1879 : H. G. Wright, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L2. 

SANTA CRUZ, C. H., Santa Cruz 
Co., -D 5,.575 pop., on N. side of Monterey 
Bay, 86 m. S. by E. of San Francisco. En- 
gaged in agriculture, stock-raising, fruit- 
growing, and manufacturing of lumber, 
leather, powder and lime, as well as in 
dairying. The fashionable summer resort 
of the Pacific Coast ; 20,(X)0 visitors yearly ; 
sea-bathing, fishing and hunting. Has 
communication with all points by South- 
ern Pacific and South Pacific Coast Rds. ; 
also by steamers of Pacific Coast S. S. Co. 

SENTINEL ; every morningexcept Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; inde- 
pendent-republican ; daily eight images ; 
weekly four pages ; size of page -daily 
14x21, weeklv 28x42; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $3; established— daily 1884, weekly 
1855; Duncan McPherson, editor; Sentinel 
Printing Co., publishers ; circ'n— daily K 1, 
w^eeklv K 2. 

COURIER-ITE3I ; Thursdays; eight 
pages ; size of page 18x24 ; subscription §2.50 ; 
established 1875; A. A. Taylor, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

SANTA ROSA, C. H., Sonoma Co.,^ 
4,750 pop., on Santa Rosa Creek and North 
Pacific Rd., 50 m. N. of San Francisco'; act- 
ively engaged in wine making, agriculture, 
and stock-raising. 

DAY BOOK ; every morning except 
Monday ; inch^pendent; four pages ; size 14x21; 
established 1884 ; D. Sheward & Son, editors 
and publishers ; circulation L 2. 

DEMOCRAT; every morning except 
Monday, an.l S0N03IA DEMOCRAT, 
Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size— 
23x32, weekly 28x42 ; subscription— daily §5, 
weekly $2; established— daily 1875, weekly 
1857; Sonoma Democrat Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation— daily L 2, 
w^eeklv .T 2. 

REPUBLICAN; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 



CALIFORNIA. 



publican; daily four pages; weekly eight 
pages ; size— daily 20x26, weeklj'(size of page) 
14x20; subscription — daily S5, weekly $2; 
established 1879; Ragsdale& Whiting, editors 
and publishers; circulation— dailj- K 1 , weekly 
J 2. 

S0X03IA CO. JOURNAL ; Satur- 
days; German; fovir pages; size •24x36: sub- 
scription .92.50 ; established 1882 : D. Klint- 
woith. editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

S0N03IA DEMOCRAT ; (see Demo- 
crat. ) 

SAUSALITO, ^fcrin Co., -n 700 pop., 

on the North Pacific Coast Rd. 

NEWS: Thursdays ; four pages ; size 24x:j6 : 
subscription ."$3; estal)lished 1885; Frank J. 
Burns, editor and publisher. 

SHASTA, C. H., Shasta Co., C 448t 
pop., engaged in mauufacturiug ; supply 
point for a mining district ; 180 m. from 
Sacramento and 45 N. of Red Bluff. 
COURIER; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x;36 ; subscription S5 ; established 1852 ; 
W. L. Carter, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion L 2. 

SIERRA CITY, Sierra Co., ^ 5.50 

pop., about 100 m. N. E of Sacramento. It 

has a Masonic hall and is supported by 

mining gold. 

SIERRA CO. TRIBUNE ; Fridays; 
republican ; four pages ; 24x;W ; subscription 
$3.50; established 1881; Calkins & McCarthy,, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

SIERRA VALLEY, Sierra Co., q 

400 pop., 28 m. from Truckee. A farming 

section. 

LEADER; Fridays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription §3; established 1882; H. 
A. Mason, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2. 

SONOMA, Sonoma Co., -D 1,492 pop., 
in a valley on San Francisco bay, about 40 
m. northward of San Francisco, with which 
it is connected by boat and rail ; lies in a 
farming section. 

INDEX-TRIBUNE; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription S'-^-50 ; estab- 
lished 1879 ; H. H. Grauice, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

SONORA,C. H., Tuolumne Co., u l,492t 
pop., on Woods Creek, 60 m. E. of Stockton. 
35 from both the Stockton & Visalia and 
Stockton & Copperopolis Rds. Centre of a 
mining and lumber trade, A fruit grow- 
ing district. Marble, slate and soapstone 
quarries located here ; 159 m. E. of San 
Francisco. 

TUOLUMNE INDEPENDENT; Sat- 
urdays ; independent ; elglit pages; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $3.50; established 1872; J. C. 
Duchow, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2. 

UNION DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x.S6 ; subscrip- 
tion $3 ; established 1854; Chas. H. Randall, 
editor ; Randall & Roberts, publishers ; circu- 
lation L 2. 

STOCKTON, C. H., San Joaquin Co.,':i 
14,000 pop., on Central Pacific Rd.. 87 m. 
from San Francisco, and 48 from Sacramen- 
to, and at the junction of Stockton & Cop- 
peropolis Rd., in an agricultural district ; 
situated 3 m. from San Joaquin r., with 
which it is connected by a navigable chan- 
nel. State Insane Asylum is located here. 
DEMOCRAT ; every evening except 

Sunday ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 



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subscription $5 ; established 1885 ; D. H. Ber- 
(line & Co, editors and publishers. 

INDEPENDENT; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, WEKKIjY, Saturdays, and 
SUNDAY INDEPENDENT, Sundays ; 
republican; four pages; size -daily 24x36, 
and Sunday 25x38 ; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $2.50: established— daily 1861, weekly 
1882; J. L. Phelps & Co.. editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation— daily J 2, weekly J 2, 
Sunday I 1 . 

MA IE ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays; daily four 
pages, weekly twelve pages; size— daily 26x40, 
weekly (size of page) 15x22 ; subscription- 
daily $5, weekly $2.50; established 1880; Mail 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation—daily J 2 , weekly J 2 . 

BANNER ; Saturdays ; German ; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1877; A. Glaser, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

COMMERCIAL RECORD ; Satur 
days ; independent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $1; established 1876; Denig & 
Hummel, editors and publishers ; circ'n J 2. 

ONCE A WEEK; Sundays ; eight pages ; 
size 26x3S ; subscription $2 ; established 1883 ; 
Berdine & Co., publishers: circ'n K 2. 



INDEPENDENT; (see In- 



D. H. Ber 
SUNDAY 

dependent). 

SUISUN, Solano Co., U 600 pop., 

on Suisun bay and California Pacific Rd., 

49 m. N. E. of San Francisco ; a shipping 

point, and a place of considerable trade. 

SOLANO REPUBLICAN ; Fridays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $3 ; established 1855 ; W. A. Newcum & 
Co., editors and publishers ;circulation K 1. 

SUSANVILLE, C. H., Lassen Co., ^ 
750 pop., on Susan r., 90 m. from Central Pa- 
cific Rd., at Reno, Nev., and 200 from Sacra- 
mento. Farming and grazing are the prin- 
cipal branches of industry. 

LASSEN ADVOCATE ; Thursdays; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $4 ; es- 
tablished 1865; McKinsey & Hayden, editors 
and publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

TRAVER, Tulare Co., n on Central 

Pacific Rd. 

TIDINGS ; Saturdays; four pages; .size 
24x36; subscription $2; established 1885; C. 
S. Hayes, editor; Hayes & Co., publishers. 

TRUCKEE, jSfevada Co., u 1,147 pop., 

on Truckee r. and Central Pacific Rd., 120 

m. from Sacramento. Engaged in cutting 

and manufacturing lumber. Surrounded 

by some of the finest scenery in the Sierra 

Nevada Mountains. 

REPUBLICAN; semi-weekly, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays ; independent ; four 
pages ; size 22x30 : subscription $6 ; estab- 
lished 1871 ; C. F. McGlashan, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

TULARE CITY, Tulare Co., u 2,000 
pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 250 m. S. 
of San Francisco. Round-houses and ma- 
chine shops of the S. P. Rd. are located 
here. Artesian wells are abundant. A 
farming and grape country. 

TULARE REGISTER; Fridays; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Pillsbury & Ellsworth, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1 . 

tJKIAH, C. H., Mendocino Co., -D 1,200 
pop., on Russian r., 121 m. N. by W. of San 
Francisco. About :30 m. from Rd. ait Clover- 

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dale. Engaged in farming, stock-raising, 
and lumbering. 

DISPATCH AND DEMOCRAT : 

Fridays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $2.50 ; established 1869 ; H. A. 
Peabody, editor and publisher; circ'n K 2. 

PRESS ; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished 1877; John L. Pope, editor and pub- 
Usher; circulation K 2. ^^,^7^4^ dc 

UNIVERSITY, Los^^Lmf^ihe»-^^., g 

5(X) pop. ; a college town, the University of 

the Pacific being located here. 

COLLEGE REVIEW ; monthly ; six- 
teen pages ; size of page 7x9 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1884 ; Aristotelian and Athenia 
Literary Societies of the University of the 
Pacific, editors and publishers ; eirculatiou 
L 2 ; a,scollege paper ; issued during the col- 
legiate year. 

VACAVIELE, Solano Co., n 950 pop., 

on the Vaca Valley & Clear Lake Rd. A 

fruit and vegetable growing section. 

JUDICION ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 31x42 , subscription $2 ; established 1883 ; 
Raleigh Barcar, editor ; A. B. Leach, publish- 
er ; circulation K 1. |^~ Actual average cir- 
culation, for one year preceding Dec. 12, 1885, 
as per statement on file at the, office of the 
American Neirsjjaper Directory, (i6i3 copies. 

VALLEJO, Solano Co., n 6,741 pop., 
on San Pablo bay, at terminus of California 
Pacific Rd., 24 m. N. E. of San Francisco. 
It has a fine harbor, accessible for the 
largest ships. Engaged in agriculture and 
manvif actvtring. U. S. Navy Yard is located 
on Mare Island, directly opposite. 

EVENING CHRONICLE; every even 

ing except Sunday, and CHRONICLE, Sat- 
urdays ; republican ; four pages ; size— daily 
22x30, weekly 36x40; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $2.50; established 1867; Leach & Pen- 
nycook, editors and publishers ; circulation — 
daily K 1, weekly L 2 . 

SOLANO TIMES; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays: 
democratic ; four pages ; size — daily 18x24, 
weekly 23x33 ; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
$2 ; established 1875 ; George Roe, editor and 
publisher ; circulation — daily L 2 , weekly L 2 . 

CHRONICLE; (see Evening Chronicle). 

VISALiIA, C. H., Tulare Co., a 2,100 
pop., on Kaweah r., in a rich agricultural and 
stock-raising district, 18 m. N. E. of Tulare 
Lake and about 200 S. by E. of Sacramento ; 
fruit raising is becoming an important in- 
dustry ; one of the largest and oldest towns 
in the southern district of the State ; con- 
siderable mining interests centre In this 
vicinity. 

DELTA ; Thursdays ; independent ; tour 

pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1858 ; J. O. Blakely, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J l . 

TULARE CO. TIMES ; Thursdays -, 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1865 ; Girwin & Patrick, 
editors and publishers; circulation J 1. 

WATSON VILLE, Santa Cruz Co., 
-a 2,000 pop., on Pajaro r., 5 m. from Monte- 
rey bay, 20 S. E. of Santa Cruz, and 18 from 
Gilroy. In an agricultural and fruit-grow- 
ing district, and a place of considerable 
trade ; centre of a large redwood lumber 
business. 



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PAJARONIAN; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 23x34 ; subscription §2.50; 
established 1868 ; W. R. Radcliff, editor and 
publisher ; circulation Ij 2 . 

TRANSCRIPT; Saturdays; indepen- 
dent ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
S2.50 ; established 1876 ; Geoi-ge W. Peckham, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

WEAVERVIL.L.E, C. H., Trinity 
Co., b 1,358 pop., on Weaver Creek, In a min- 
ing district, 180 m. N. by "W. of Sacramento, 
50 m. W. of Redding on Cal. & Oregon Rd., 
and about 60 E. of Eureka. Centre of a 
large traffic ^vith various mining camps. 
The gravel and quartz mines in this section 
are rich. 

TRINITY JOURNAIi ; Saturdays 
republican ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $3 ; established 1856 ; C. W. Craig, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

WEST FALIiBROOK, (HOWE 

p. O.) San Diego Co. ^ 

FAIiLBROOK REVIEW ; Thurs- 
days ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1885 ; Ben A. NefE, editor and 
publisher. 

WEST OAKLAND, Alameda Co., -a 
8,535 pop., on San Francisco bay ; terminus 
of C. P., N. P. & S. P. Rds. Has large R. R. 
shops and mills. 

H03IE JOURNAL, (see Oakland). 
4)AKL.AND PRESS (see Oakland). 
SENTINEL, (see Oakland). 

'WESTPORT, Mendocino Co. -D 

NEWS-ARGUS; Saturdays ; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; estab 
lished 1884; W. H. Heeser, editor and publish- 
er ; circulation L 2 . 

WHEATLAND, Yuha Co., u 600 
pop., on Oregon div. of C. P. Rd., 40 m. N. of 
Sacramento. The raising of hops and fruit 
is a leading industry. Shipping point for 
the Spenceville copper mines. 

GRAPHIC; Saturdays; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription S3 ; established 1882 ; 
Thad. J. McFarland, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

WILLIAMS, Colusa Co., u 400 pop., 
on Northern Rd., 10 m. from Colusa. The 
principal industry is wheat growing. 

REVIEW: Saturdays; four pages; size 
56x40 ; subscription ,$4 ; established 1882 ; Ben. 
Ooodkind, editor and publisher ; circul'n L 2 . 

WILLOWS, Colusa Co., u 866pop.,on 
line of Nortliern Pac. Rd., 28 m. from Colu- 
sa, and 30 from Chico. Neighborhood agri- 
cultural. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; es- 
tablished 18n ; Kelley & Kelley, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 1. 

WINTERS, Yolo Co., D 700 pop., 22 

m. from Woodland, and 28 fi-om the State 

capital, on the Vaca Valley Rd. Engaged 

in fruit growing. 

EXPRESS; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 22x30; subscription §2.50; estab- 
lished 1884; Edwin C. Rust, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

WOODLAND, C. H., Yolo Co., a 3,500 
pop., on the- Cal!for:da Pacific Rd., 20 m. 



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from Sacramento and 86 from San Fran- 
cisco, in an agi-icultural district, and on 
direct line of Cal. & Oregon Rd. Chief pro- 
ductions, wheat, barley, fruit, raisins, 
wine, wool and live stock. Engaged in 
grape culture and manufacturing. 

DEMOCRAT ; every evening except 
Saturday, and Y O E O DEMOCRAT, 
Thursdays ; democratic ; daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 24x86, weekly 
36x48; subscription —daily $5, weekly $2.50; 
established— daily 1877, weekly 1867 ; William 
Saunders, editor and publisher ; circulation — 
daily L 2 , weekly K 2. 

MORNING MAIL; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and YOLO MAIL, Satur 
days ; four pages ; size— daily 24x36, weekly 
29x44; subscription— daily §4.50, weekly $2; 
established— daily 1879, weekly 1868; Mail 
Publishing Co., publishers; circulation- 
daily L 2 , weeklv K 1. 

YOLO DE3IOCRAT; (see Democrat). 

YOLO 3IAIE; (see Morning Mail). 

YREKA, C. H., Siskiyou Co., ^ 1,059 
pop. , on Yreka Creek. Engaged in agricul- 
ture and mining ; situated about 300 m. N. 
of Sacramento, and about 25 S. of Oregon 
State line. A trade centre for the northern 
part of the State. 

JOURNAL ; semi-weekly. Wednesdays 
and Saturdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription $4 ; establislied 1856 ; Rob- 
ert Nixon, editor and publisher ; circulation 
Kl. 

UNION; Thursdays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $2.50; established 1852 ; 
R. B. Loos, editor and publisher ; circulation 
K 2. 

YUBA CITY, C. H., Sutter Co., u 1,200 
pop., in an agricultural district on Feather 
r., nearly opposite Marysville, and 57 m. N. 
of Sacramento. 

SUTTER CO. FARMER; Fridays; 
Independent ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $3 ; established 1881 ; Sutter Co. 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation K. 1. 



COLORADO. 

AKRON, Weld Co., nf 300 pop., on the 

Biu-lingtou & Missouri Rd., 112 m. W. of 

Denver. Agricultural section. 

PIONEER PRESS ; Fridays ; four 
pages; size 22xroO ; subscription §2; estab- 
lished 18S5 ; D. W. Irwin, editor and publisher. 

ALAMOSA, Conejos Co., gi,200pop., 
on Rio Grande r., and the terminus of two 
divisions of the Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 
130 m. from Pueblo. Agi-icultural and stock- 
raising district; gold and silver mines in 
vicinity ; it is the principal town in the cele- 
brated San Luis Valley. 

CHICO ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 
22x30; subscription $2; established 1886; Rev. 
J. J. Gilchrist, editor and publisher ; issues 
also El Anciano and the Earnest Presby- 

tf^T'iCtllr 

INDEPENDENT JOURNAL; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 26x40; 
subscription §2.50 ; established 1875 ; Mix & 
Blain, editors and publi-shers ; circulation K 1. 

EE ANCIANO; semi-monthly; Spanish; 
Presbyterian ; eight pages ; size, 18x24 ; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; established 1882 ; Rev. 
J. J. Gilchrist, editor and publisher ; issues 
also Chico and the Earnest Presbyterian. 



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EARNEST PRESBYTERIAN; 

monthly ; presbyteriau ; elgJit pages ; size I8x 
24 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 1882 ; 
Rev. J. J. Gilchrist, editor and publisher; 
circ'n K 1 ; issues also Chico and El Anciano. 

ALMA, P(irk Co., D 500 pop., a mining 

town. 

PARK CO. BUIiLiETIN; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages ; size 22x32; subscrlp 
tion $2.50 ; established 1881 ; Hawliins & Cleg- 
horn, editors and publishers ; circulation L 2. 

ANIMAS FORKS, San Juan Co., p 

500 pop., at the head of Las Animas r., 12 m. 

from Silverton ; a mining town. 

PIONEER; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription $3 ; established 
1882 ; Geo. P. Raymond, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 



COLORADO. 



-n 5,000 pop., on 
from Leadville. 



ASPEN, J'itkin Co., 

Roaring Fork r., 60 m 

Rich mining country. 

PRESS; every evening except Sunday 
and WEEKIjY. Thursdays; four pages; 
size 20x26; subscription— daily $10; estab- 
lished—daily 1884, weekly 1885 ; Press Printing 
Co., editors and publishers. 

TII>IES ; every mornmg except Monday 
and WEEKIiY, Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x35 ; subscription— daily $10, weekly $2 ; 
established— daily 1885, weekly 1882 ; B. Clark 
Wheeler, editor ; Times Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation— weekly K 1. 

DEIYIOCRAT; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $ < ; es- 
tablished 1885 ; M. W. Cooley, editor ; Aspen 
Democrat Publishing Co., publishers. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SUN; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$3 ; established 1881 ; Sun and Herald Print- 
ing Co., editors and publishers ; circ'n K 1. 

BOULDER, C. H., Boulder Co., b 3,300 
pop., on Boulder Creek and Denver & Boul- 
der Valley, Denver, Marshall & Boulder, 
Colorado Central and Denver, Western & 
Pacific Rds., 28 m. N. W. of Denver. En- 
gaged in gold, silver and coal mining, agri- 
culture, and stock-raising ; State Univer- 
sity located here. 

BOULiDER CO. HERAL.D ; every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKIiY, 

Wednesdays ; republican ; daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 24x35, week- 
ly 34x48 ; subscription— daily $7, weekly $2 ; 
established 1880; Herald Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation- daily L 2 , 
weekly K 2. 

NEWS AND BANNER; Fridays ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; establish- 
ed 1869; R. H. Tilney, manager ; circ'n K 2. 

SENTINEL ; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1884; L. C. Paddock, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2 . 

BRECKENRIDGE, C. H., Summit 

Co., n 1,657 pop,, on Denver & South Park 

division of the Union Pacific Rd., 30 m. 

from Leadville, 105 from Denver. Mining 

section. 

JOURNAL. ; every day except Sunday, 
and SUMMIT CO. JOURNAL., Sat 
urdays ; democratic ; daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 17x22, weekly 
26x40; subscription— daily $5, weekly $2.50; 
established— daily 1880, weekly 1883; J. C. 
Fincher, editor and publisher; circulation- 
daily L 1 ; weekly L 2 . 

SUMMIT CO. JOURNAL; {see Jour- 
nal). 

SUMMIT CO. LEADER; Thursdays; 
independent ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; sub- 



scription .$2.50; established 1880; Charles E. 
Hardy, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

BUENA VISTA, C.H., Chaffee Co., o 
1,5a) pop., on Denver & R G. and Denver & 
S. P. Rd., 36 m. from Leadville. Mining 
town, at an elevation of 7,500 feet. 

CHAFFEE CO. TIMES ; Thurs 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x;>6: sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1880; P. A. Leon- 
ard, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

DEMOCRAT; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription .$2.50 ; es- 
tablished 1880 ; W. R. Logan, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

HERALD; Thursdays ; four pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription $2.50 ; established 1881 ; A. 
R. Kennedy, editor and publisher ; cii-c'n K 1. 

CANON CITY, C. H., Fremont Co., a 
2,700 pop., on Arkansas r., 45 m. from 
Pueblo and 90 from Denver. Has excellent 
hot and cold soda springs. Coal, oil, sand- 
stone and lime abound. 

MERCURY; Fridays; four pages; size 
22x31 ; subscription $2 ; established 1884 ; A. 
R.Fiisbie, editor, D. D. Lewis, publisher. 

RECORD; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1875; W. B. Felton, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

REPORTER; Thursdays; eight pages; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 1880 ; 
G. N. Udell, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

CASTLE ROCK, C. H., Douglas Co., 
n 300 pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 33 
m. S. of Denver ; engaged in stock-raising 
and mining. 

JOURNAL; Wednesdays; four pages; 
size 24x34; subscription $2; established 1880; 
Waller Bros., editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

CENTRAL CITY, C. H., Gilpin Co., 

n 2,626 pop., in the Rocky Mountains, 40 m. 

W. by N. of Denver. Supply point for the 

surrounding mining district. Engaged in 

gold mining, milling and smelting. 

REGISTER-CALL; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; 
republican ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages ; size— daily 22x30, weekly 30x44 ; sub- 
scription—daily $9, weekly $3; established 
1862; Laird & Marlow, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation— daily K 1, weekly K 1. 

COLORADO SPRINGS, C. H.. 

El Paso Co., a 5,000 pop., on Denver & Rio 
Grande and Denver & Rio Grande Rds., 76 
m. from Denver ; wool growing. A popular 
invalid resort. 

GAZETTE; even' morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; daily 
four pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 
22x82, weekly 32x44; subsci'iption— daily $10, 
weekly $2; established— daily 1878, weekly 
1873 ; Gazette Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers ; B. W. Steele, manager ; circula- 
tion—daily L 2, weekly K 1. 

REPUBLIC; tri- weekly ; Monday, Wed- 
nesday and Friday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days ;' triweekly four pages, weekly eight 
pages ; size— tri-weekly 22x32, weekly (size of 
page) 15x22; subscription— triweekly $3.50, 
weekly $2; established— tri-weekly 1881, week- 
ly, 1873 ; H. C. and M. S. Crawford, editors, H. 
C. Crawford & Co., publishers; circulation— 
triweekly L 2 . weekly K 1. 

DEAF MUTE INDEX; Wednesdays; 
four pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription 75 cents ; 
established 1874 ; published at the Colorado 
Deaf Mute Institute ; circulation L 2. 



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HOUR ; Saturdays; eight pages; size of 
page llxlH; subscription $2 ; established 1885; 
A. H. Gorman, editor and publisher. 

PIKE'S PEAK ECHO; semimonthly; 
sixteen pages ; size of pages 8x11 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1885 ; S. H Stone, editor, 
Colorado College Literary Board, publishers"; 
a college paper ; issued during the collegiate 
year . 

COMO, Park Co., D 650 pop., located 

in the Great South Park region. 

HEA D LIGHT ; Wednesdays; four pages; 
size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; established la83 ; 
Richard Linthicum, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

CRESTED BUTTE, Gunnison Co., 
-n 1,000 pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 
25 m. from Gunnison. Engaged in gold and 
silver mining and coal and coke production. 

ELK MOUNTAIN PILOT ; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription .S3 ; established 1880 ; J. E. Phil- 
lips, editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; democratic: four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1883 ; J. Wallace Ohl, editor ; Temple & 
Ohl, publishers ; circulation K 1. 

DEL NORTE, C. H., Rio Grande Co., 
p 1,600 pop., on Rd. A business, mining and 
agricultural point. 

SAN JUAN PROSPECTOR; Satur 
days ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$3; established 1874; Geo. A. Scibird, man- 
ager; Prospector Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

DELTA, C. H. Delta Co., -n 250 pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 85 m. W. of 
Gunnison. A farming and stock-raising dis- 
trict. 
CHIEF; Wednesdavs; four pages; size 

20x26; subscription $2.00; established 1883; 

Frank E. Howard, publisher ; circulation L 2. 
DELTA CO. ADVERTISER ; Tues 

days ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 

§2.50; established 1885; Chas. W. Haskell, 

editor ; Chas. W. Haskell and Louie Crotser, 

publishers. 

DENVER, C. H., Arapahoe Co.,D State 
capital, 60,000 pop., at confluence of Cherry 
Creek and S. Platte r., terminus of Kansas 
Pacific, Denver Pacific, Colorado Central, 
Denver & Boulder Valley, Denver & New 
Orleans, Denver & San Juan, and Denver & 
Rio Grande Rds., 620 m. west of Omaha, 
Neb. An important and growing business 
point. Leading city in the State, and com- 
mercial centre for the mining and agricul- 
tural interests of Colorado and New Mexico. 
Altitude 5,300 feet. 

COliORADO JOURNAL; every morn- 
ing, WEEKLY,Saturdays, and FIGARO, 
Sundays ; German ; four pages ; size— daily 
27x40, weekly 28x44 ; Sunday 27x40 ; subscrip- 
tion—daily $s, weekly $2.00; established- 
daily and weekly 1872, Sunday 1884 ; Geo. R. 
Roesch & Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation—daily K 1. weekly .1 2. 

REPORTER; every evening except 
Sunday ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; subscrip- 
tion $5 ; established 1879 ; McDill & Kennedy, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS; every 
morning, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size of page— daily 
18x22. weekly 36x46; subscription— daily $10, 
weeklv 82; established 18.59; Rocky Mountain 
News Printing Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation— daily H 2, weekly G 1. 



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TIMES; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; independ- 
ent-republican ; four pages : size— daily 26x40. 
weekly 24x35 ; subscription — dally $6, weekly 
$1.25 ; established 1871 ; Thos. F. Dawson, edi- 
tor ; Times Co., publishers ; circ'n— daily J 2, 
weeklv K 2. 

TRIBUNE -REPUBLICAN; every 
morning, and WEEKLY", Thursdays; re- 
publican ; eight pages ; size of page 17x24 -. 
subscription— daily $12. weekly $2 ; estab- 
lished 1866 ; Republican Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers : circ'n— daily G 1, weekly 
HI. 

CHALLENGE; Thursdays ; prohibition ; 
four pages; size 11x15; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1884 ; Mary Jewett Telford and Jacob 
Telford, editors and publishers ; circ'n J 1. 

COLORADO CATHOLIC ; Satur 
days ; catholic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; sub- 
scription §2 ; established 1884 ; Rev. P. F. Carr, 
editor ; J. F. Atkinson, manager : circ'n L 2 . 

COLORADO FARMER AND LIVE 
STOCK JOURNAL; Thur.sdays; agri- 
culture and live stock ; ten pages ; size 28x42 : 
subscription $2; established 1869; J. S. Stan- 
ger, editor ; Colorado Farmer Publishing Co., 
puljlishers : circulation H 2. 

COI>ORADO LIVE STOCK RE- 
CORD; Fridays; stock raising; sixteen 
pages ; size of page 11x14 ; subscription $2 r 
established 188^1 ; L. W. Cutler, editor ; Live 
Stock Record Co., publishers ; circulation K 1. 

ELITE; Saturdays; sixteen pages; size 
of page 10x14 : subscription Si ; established 
1881; Geo. D. Betts, editor; Geo. D. Belts & 
Co., pviblishers. 

FIELD AND FARM ; Saturdays; agri- 
cultural : sixteen pages ; size of page 11x15 ; 
subscription S2 ; established 1886 ; L. W. Cut- 
ler and Lute Wikox, editors ; Field and Farm 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

FIGARO ; iHee Colorado Journal.) 

HERA LD ; Saturdays ; German ; eight 
pages; size 31x46; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished lb84; W. Witteborg, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation I 1 . 

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE; Thurs 
days; commercial; sixteen pages; size of page 
11x14 ; subscription $3 ; established 1881 ; 
Journal of Commerce Printing Co., editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1 . 

LABOR ENQUIRER ; Saturdays ; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1882; J. R. Buchanan, editor and pub 
lisher; circulation .7 1. 

OPINION ; Saturdays ; independent : 
eight pages ; size 30x48 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 18S4 ; Arthur F. Francis, editor 
and publisher; circulation J 2. 

QUEEN BEE; Wednesdays; woman suf- 
frage; tour pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1S82; 3Irs. C. M. Churchill, 
editor and publisher; circulation J 2. 

RETAIL GROCER; Wednesdays j 
commercial ; sixteen pages ; " size of page 
9x12; subscription $1.50; established 1885; S. 
W. Shepard, editor; Denver Retail Grocers' 
Association, publishers. 

ROCKY 310UNTAIN CELT; Satur 
days ; eight pages ; size dOxAi ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1882 ; C. E. M'Sheehy, editor 
and publisher; circulation J 2. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HERALD; 
Saturdavs ; independent ; eight pages ; size 
2(;x40 ; subscription .$2; established 1860 ; H. M. 
Rlioads, editor and publisher ; circulation I 1 . 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN MINING RE- 
VIEW; Thursdays ; mining ; sixteen pages ; 
size of page 10x14; subscription $4; estab 
lished 1879; the Mining Review Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers : circulation H 1. 

SUBURBAN HOME JOURNAL 
(North Denver); Saturdays; four jtages; size 
22x31; sul)scription .$2; established 1884; 
Chas. F. Wilson, editor and publisher; circu- 
latiiin L 1 . 

SUN ; Saturdays ; eight pages; size 26x40; 
subscrijition .$2.Ui ; established 1884; N. Bray- 
ton, editor and publisher: circulation K 2. 

WESTERN CHURCHMAN ; semi 
monthly ; protestant episcopal ; eight pages ; 
size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; established 1884 ; 



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Rev. H. Forrester, editor and publisher; cir- 
•culatiou J 1. S^W~ Actual a'vcr(((fe cirfiulatiun 
for one year preceding Nov. 18, 1885, as per 
statement on pie at the office of the American 
Newstiapcr Director}/. 1,018 copies. 

COLORADO SCHOOL .JOURNAL.; 
moutlily ; educational; eight pact's; size of 
page 8x11; subscription $1 ; established 1885; 
Aaron Grove, editor; J. D. Dillenback, pub- 
lisher. 

MEDICAL TIMES; niontlily ; medi- 
•cal ; tit'tv two pages; size of page 6x9; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1883 ; Thomas H. 
Hawkins, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

WESTERN TRADE REVIEW ; 
monthly; sixteen pages; size of page 9x12; 
subscription $10 ; established 1883 ; Western 
Mercantile Association, editors and publish- 
ers : an advertising sheet. 

YOUNG PATRIOT; monthly; Order 
of Sons of Veterans ; sixteen pages octavo ; 
subscription $1; established 1885; W. W. 
McDill, editor and publisher. 

DEWER JUNCTION, Wetd Co.,cf 
GAZETTE; Saturdays; four pages: size 
22x30; subscription $i; established 1885; Chas. 
Callahan, editor and publisher. 

DIIiEON, liummit Co., U 450 pop., on D. 

& S. P. Rd., at junction of the Denver & Rio 

Grande Rd. An agricultural, stock-raising 

and mining district. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; four pages; 
size 22x32; subscription $2.50; established 
1882 ; O. K. Gaymou, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

DURANGO,C.H., La Plata Co., P on 
D. R., G. Rd., on the Las Animas r., 451 m. S. 
W, from Denver. Outfitting camp for 
miners; good coking coals; surrounded by 
an agricultural, mining, stock-raising and 
mineral-producing disti-ict. 

HERALD ; Saturdays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size of page 16x22 ; subscription $3 ; 
■established 1881; J. L. and Geo. Marsh, editors 
and publishers ; cii-culation K 1. 

IDEA ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 24x35; 
subscription $3; established 1884; Frank 
Hartman, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

ELBERT, Elbert Co., d- 200 pop., on 

the Denver & New Orleans Rd. A live stock 

and agricultural section. 

ELBERT CO. TRIBUNE ; Thius 
•days ; independent ; f( ^ur pages ; size 24x36 ; 
-established 1884 ; J. B. King, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 1 . 

ERIE, Weld Co., d 28 m. N. of Denver, 

1,200 pop., on the Boulder Valley and Denver, 

Utah & Pacific Rds. In the midst of the 

coalfields of Colorado. 

ERIE-CANFIELD INDEPEND- 
ENT; Fridays; independent; four pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription $2; Theo. W. Gratz 
and Philip R. Tiffany, editors and publishers ; 
<-irculation L 2 . 

EVANS, Weld Co., cf 800 pop., on 
South Platte r. and Denver Pacific and Den- 
ver & Omaha Short Line Rd., 48 m. from 
Denver ; cattle-shipping point ; in stock-rais- 
ing and farming district. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; independent; 
•eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1871 ; Todd & Cheelv, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 1. 

PAIRPLAY, C. H., Park Co., u 450 
pop. 

FLUME ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
<24x34; subscription $2.50; established 1879; 



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Hawkins & Cleghorn, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2 . 

FORT COLLINS, C. H., Larimer 

Co., i 2,500 pop., on C.C. and G.S.L. & P. Rds., 
45 m. S. of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and about 
70 N. of Denver. Is in a stock and wheat 
country, with a superior climate. 

COURIER; Thursdays; independent- 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip 
tion $2 ; established 1878; Ansel Watrous, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

EXPRESS; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription .$2.00 ; 
established 1873; H. P. Crafts & Co.. editors 
aud publishers ; circulation K 1. 

LARI3IERBEE; Saturdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; stibscription $2 ; 
established 1885 ; S. W. Teagarden, editor and 
publisher. 

FORT MORGAN, Weld Co., cT 800 
pop., including township, 76 m. from Den- 
ver on the Julesburg branch of the Union 
Pacific Rd. 

TIMES; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $2 ; establish- 
ed 1884; H. Johnson, editor aud manager; 
circulation L 2. 

GEORGETOWN, C. H., Clear Creek 
Co., D 3,356 pop., in the Rock Mountains, 50 
m. W. of Denver. Mining extensively car- 
ried on. Western terminus Colorado Cent. 
Rd. 

COLORADO MINER; Saturdays; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2.50 ; es- 
tablished 1867; C. W. Steele, editor; S. J. 
Bellamy, publisher ; circulation J 1. 

COURIER; Thursdays; four pages ; size 
26x40; subscription $2.50; established 1877; 
Randall & Teachenor, editors and publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, C. H.. 

Garfleld Co., \i 700 pop., 45 m. from Aspen. 
Hot springs here. Excellent resort for in- 
valids. Large cattle-raising section. 

UTE CHIEF ; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 20x36 ; subscription ,$3 ; established 1885 ; 
Swan & Reid, editors and publishers. 

GOLDEN, C. H., Jefferson Co., u 2,916 
pop., 15 m. W. of Denver, on a fork of South 
Platte r., which affords water power. On 
Rd. connecting with the Union Pacific at 
Cheyenne, Kansas Pacific, and Denver & 
Rio Grande Rds. Has numerous coal shafts, 
smelting works and copper reduction 
pottery and drain pipe works, fire-brick and 
pressed brick are extensively manufac- 
tured here ; also a number of first-class 
flouring mills ; extensive gulch-mining 
operations have been inatigurated here 
during the fall of 1885. Altitude 5,600 feet ; 
State School of Mines and State Reform 
School are located here. 

COLORADO TRANSCRIPT; Wed 

nesdaj s ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $2.50 ; established 1866 ; George 
West, editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

GLOBE; Satiu-days ; republican; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 : established 
1873 ; W. G. Smith, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2. 

GOTHIC, Gunnison Co., u 600 pop., on 
East r., 7 m. from Crested Butte ; terminus 
of Denver & Rio Grande Rd. Mining dis- 
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S1L.VER RECORD; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 22x31; suVjscription $3; estab- 
lished 1881 ; Lewis A. Wait, editor; George 
A. Jones, publisher; circulation K 1. 

GRAND JUNCTION, C. H., Mesa 
Co., -a 1,2U0 pop., on Denver & Rio Grande 
Rd. and Grand r. Surrounded by an 
agricultural and stock-raising district. 

MESA CO. DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscrip- 
tion S2.50 ; established 1883 ; Chas. W. Haskell, 
editor, and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

NEWS ; Saturdays ; republican ; four 

Sages; size 24x36; subscription §3; estab- 
shed 1882; Price & Kingsley, editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2. 

GRAND liAKE, C. H., Grand Co,, 

t\ 500 pop., a mining town with a climate 

rendering it attractive as a summer resort. 

PROSPECTOR; Saturdays ; four 
pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription S2.50 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; John Smart, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2. 

GREELEY, C. H., Weld Co., ^ 2,400 
pop., on Union Pacific and Greeley, Salt 
Lake and Pacific Rds., and on Cache La 
Poudre r., 5 m. from its junction with 
Platte r., 52 from Denver. The town lies in 
the most desirable agricultural and stock- 
raising portion of the State, in the neigh- 
borhood of rich coal fields, and is rapidly 
being settled by a superior class of set- 
tlers. The people are now chiefly engaged 
In agricultm-e. Greeley is a strict prohibi- 
tion town, the sale of intoxicating liquor 
being forbidden by law. Has fine schools. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOWIT- 

ZE It ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 22x:^ ; sub- 
scription .§1.50; established 1882; F. C. Mes- 
singer. editor and publisher ; circulation L 2. 
SUN ; Saturdays ; republican ; eight pages ; 
size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 18?2 ; 
T. Graham, editor ; J. J. Wilson, publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

TRIBUNE; Wednesdays; independent; 
eight pages; size -30x44; subscription .$2 ; estab- 
lished 1870; E. J. Carver, editor; Carver & 
Dunning, publishers ; circulation K 2. 

GUNNISON, C. H., Gunnison Co., -n 
4,000 pop. ; mining town on D. & R. G. and D. 
& S. P. Rds. The county is not only very rich 
in minerals (iii eluding gold, silver and iron) 
and the centre cf very important mining 
interests and operations, but contains also 
coal and considerable land adapted to 
agriculture and grazing purposes. 

REVIEW-PRE.SS ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKIiY, Saturdays; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; siz-^— 
daily 20x26, weekly 26x40; subscription— daily 
$10, weekly §3; established — daily 1^82, 
weekly 1881; A. B. Jolinson, editor ; Review- 
Press Publishing Co., publishers; circulation 
— dailv K 1, weekly J l. 

NEWS-DE.m6cR.AT ; Tuesdays: size 
22x3(1 ; subscription $3 ; established 1880 ; News- 
Democrat Pub. Co., publishers ; circ'ii K 2. 

HENRY, Rio Granule Co., g 127 pop., 
on Rio Grande r. 15 m. from C. H. and on 
the Denver and Kio Grande Rd. 

SAN liUIS VALLEY GRAPHIC; 

Saturdays; four pages; size 24x35; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1881 ; C. S. Aldrich, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2. I 



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IDAHO SPRINGS, Clear Creek Co.^ 
a l,506pop., 14 m. from Georgetown, on Col. 
C. Rd. Mineral springs and minim.'. 

^COLORADO MINING GAZETTE; 

Saturdays; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2.50 ; established 1882 ; Charles P. Bryan, 
editor ; Gazette Printing and Publishing Co., 
publishers ; circulation K 1. 

NEWvS ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription .$2.50: established 1883 ; P. Mix- 
sell, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

LA JUNTA, Jient Co., O, 900 pop., on 
Arkansas r., at junction of Atchison, To- 
peka & Santa Fe Rd. Cattle-raising and 
agricultural countrj'. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription .§2 ; established 1881 ; N. H. 
Bowman, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

LAKE CITY, C. H., Hinsdale Co., g 
900 pop., 200 m. from Pueblo, and 36 from 
Denver & R. G. Rd. A silver mining point, 
on Lake fork of Gunnison r. 

SILVER WORLD; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 22x31 : subscription 
S3 ; established 1875 ; A. R. Peltou, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

liEADVILLE, C. H., LaJce Co., n 
15,000 pop. Leading city and trade centre^ 
of a mining district, which contains up- 
wards of 25,000 pop., and produces one- 
third of all the lead consumed in the U. S. ;. 
silver product of 1883, §20,000,000. 

CHRONICLE : every evening except 
Sunday, and CARBONATE CHRON- 
ICLE, Saturdays; republican; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 25x38,. 
weekly 28x42 ;;subscription— dailv $10, weeklj' 
S3; established 1879; Carlyle C. Davis & Co.. 
editors and publishers; circulation— daily 
H 1, weekly G 1 ; issue also the Herald- 
Democrat. 

HERALD- DE3IOCRAT ; every 
morning except, Monday ; republican ; four 
pages; size 26x42; subscription .$12; estab- 
lished 1879; Carlyle C.Davis & Co., editors 
and publishers ; circulation I 2 ; issue also 
the Chronicle. 

CARBONATE CHRONICLE ; (see 
Chronicle). 

LONGMONT, Boulder Co., ^ 1,500 
pop., on line of Colorado Central and Den- 
ver, Utah and Pacific Rds., 32 m. from Den 
ver and 75 from Cheyenne. Centre of the 
" Garden of Colorado," a superior agricul- 
tural region. 

LEDGER; Fridays; independent repub- 
lican; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
81.50; established 1879; Henry L. Hay ward, 
editor ; Ledger Publishing Co., publishers ; 
circulation K 1. 

PRESS; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
26X-10 ; suljscriptiun §1.50 ; established 1871 ;. 
A. M. Hul)ert, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

luOM'ELiA.'SJi, Larimer Co., 6700 pop.,. 

on Colorado Central Rd., 60 m. from Denver. 

REPORTER: Wednesdays ; four pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription $2; established 1879; 
Seibert & Litle, editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation L2. 

MANITOU SPRINGS, El Paso 

C(K, 3 ."AK) pop., on branch of Denver and Rio 

Grande Rd. A summer and health resort. 

JOI'RNAL ; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 22x31 ; subscription §2 ; established 1885 ; 
Clias. P. Brown, editor and publisher. 



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MEEKER, Garfield Co. t] 

HERAlil) ; Saturdays; four pages; size 
22x80 ; subscription $3 ; established 1885 ; Jas. 
Lyttle, editor; Houston & Lyttle, publisliers. 

MONTEZUMA, Summit Co., u 500 
pop., 8 ni. from Denver & South Park Rd. 
A mining district. 

MILLiRUN ; Saturdays; four pages; 
22x32; subscription $2.50; established 1882; 
James R. Oliver, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

MONTROSE, C. H., Montrose Co., -a 
1,000 pop. A new town on line of D. & R. G. 
Rd., in a mining, farming and stock-raising 
district. 

REGISTER; Fridays ; democratic ; 
six pages ; size 22x31 ; subscription, $2 ; es- 
tablished 1884 ; J. F. Downey, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

MONUMENT, El Paso Co., n 150 
pop., on Monument Creek and Denver & Rio 
Grande Rd., 56 m. S. of Denver. Celebrated 
for its picturesque scenery. Has saw 
mill. 

REGISTER ; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 

22x32 ; established 1886. 

OURAY, C. H., Ouray Co., p 1,700 
pop., in southwestern part of the State, on 
Uncompahgre r., 400 m. from Denver. This 
town is the centre of a rich gold and silver- 
mining quarter. 

SOIilD MUL.DOON; Fridays; demo 
cratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$2.50 ; established 1879 ; Day & Atkins, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

TIMES ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1877 ; Chas. A. Ward, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

PITKIN, Gunnison Co., -n 2,200 pop., 
on Denver & S. P. Rd., 25 m. E. of Gunnison. 
Gold, silver and coal mining, and sampling 
works. Three stamp mills and one silver 
mill now running. 

MINING NEWS: Saturdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription S3 ; 
established 1881 ; Frank P. Sheafor, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

PI.ATTEVILLE, Weld Co., d 125 
pop., on Soutli Platte r., and Denver branch 
of Union Pacific Rd., 35 m. N. of Denver. 
Hay, grain and stock-raising. 

RECORD ; Saturdays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription .$2 ; es- 
tablished 1S85; Temple & Coykendall, editors 
and publishers. 

PUEBLO, C. H,, Piieblo Co., g 12,900 
pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Narrow 
Gauge Rd., and Arkansas r., 118 m. S. of 
Denver. Terminus of Atchison, Topeka & 
Santa Fe Rd., and Denver & New Orleans 
Rds. Is the supply point for the San Juan 
mining countrj' and commercial centre for 
the agricultural, stock and mining interests 
of Southern Colorado and New Mexico. 
The metropolis of Southern Colorado, and 
surrounded by an agricultural and stock- 
raising district. Iron ore is found in great 
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ai*e located here ; also three smelters, one 
of which is the largest in the world, with a 
cash capital of .$1,000,(XX). South Pueblo, on 
opposite bank of Arkansas r. has a pop- 
ulation of 12,000. 

CHIEFTAIN; every morning except 
Monday, and COIiOKADO CHIEF- 
TAIN, Thursdays ; republican ; eight pages ; 
size of page— daily 13x20. weekly 13x20 ; sub- 
scription— dailv $12,weekly $2 ; established- 
daily 1871, weekly 1868 ; Chieftain Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers ; circ'n— daily J 1, 
weekly J 2. 

COLORADO CHIEFTAIN; (see 
Chieftain.) 

COLORADO LIVE STOCK RE- 
VIE AV AND COMMERCIAL 
STANDARD; Thursdays ; eiglit pages; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 1882 ; 
Charles W. Bowman, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

COLORADO METHODIST; (see 
South Pueblo). 

RED CLIFF, C. H., Eagle Co., d a 

mining locality, inhabited principally by 

miners and ranchmen, 

EAGLE RIVER SHAFT; Saturdays; 
independent ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1881; Phipps & 
Adams, editors and publishers ; circ'n L 2. 

RICO, Dolores Co., p 1,100 pop., a 
mining camp on Dolores r., 30 m. W. of 
Rockwood, a station on San Juan bi'anch of 
D. & R. G. Rd. The centre of an important 
mineral region. Mines of gold, silver, cop- 
per, iron, coal, etc. Reduction of ores by 
smelting and milling is carried on. 

DOLORES NEWS ; Saturdays ; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished 1879 ; Charles A. Jones, editor and pub- 
lisher : circulation K 2. 

RECORD; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $3 ; established 
1883 ; Charles K. Holmburg, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

ROSIT A, C . Tl.,Cust€r Co.,^ 1,500 pop. , 

50 m. from Pueblo and 30 from Canon City. 

Gold and silver mining. 

INDEX ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $2.50 ; estab- 
lished 1874 ; Frank Earle, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 . 

SAGUACHE, C. H., Saguache Co., 9 
840 pop., 60 m. W. of Canon City, 35 N. of 
Del Norte. In centre of the San Luis Valley, 
a large and rich agricultural section, and 
surrounded by a celebrated mining coun- 
try. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays; eight pages; 
size 30x44 ; subscription ,$3 ; established 1874; 
Heimberger & Miles, editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 1. 

DEMOCRAT ; Thursdays ; four pages; 
size 22x31 ; subscription $2.50 ; established 
1832 ; Henry M. Mingay, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2. 

SALID A, Chaffee Co., n 3,500 pop., on 
Denver & Rio Grande Rd. Iron mines ; 
copper and silver mines ; railroad shops ; 
300 men employed. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subsciip- 
tlon $10 ; W. B. McKinney, editor ; H. J. 
Hakins, publisher ; circulation L 2. 

MAIL ; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days ; eight pages ; size 26x38 ; established 



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lsS4; Fuesdell & Erdlen, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation K 1. 

SILVER CLIFF, Custer Co., g 1,200 
pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 35 m. 
S. of Canon City. Mining, stock-raising and 
agricultural district. 

WET MOUNTAIN TRIBUNE ; Sat 

urdays ; four pages ; size 22xo2 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1883 ; S. P. Lacy, editor and 
publisher ; clrculatiou K 1. ' 

SILVER PLUME, Clear Creek Co , ■. 
a 700 pop., about 9 m. S. of Greorgetown. 
Silver mines in the vicinity. 

SIIiVER STANDARD ; Satmdays ; 

eight pages ; size 26x40 : established 1885 ; i 
Blanton & Browne, editors and publishers. i 

SILVERTON, C. H., Sayi Juan Co., p 
2,500 pop., in a district engaged in the min- 
ing and reduction of gold and silver ores. 
A business centre for the surrounding 
country, and terminus of the Denver & Rio j 
Grande Rd. i 

DE3IOCRAT : Thursdays; four pages;! 
size 26x40 ; subscription $3 ; established 1881 ; ' 
John R. Currj', editor and publisher; cu-- 
culation K 1. 

liA PLATA MINER; Satm-days ; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1875; Will C. Smyth, editor; Alfred 
lies, publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SOUTH PUEBLO, Pueblo Co., g 
12,000 pop., 1 m. from Pueblo, on Arlsansas 
r. and Denver & Rio Grande Rd., and ter 
minus of Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 
Rd. Stock, agi-icultural and manufactur- 
ing industries. Extensive Bessemer steel 
works are located here ; also extensive 
smelting works. These industries, with 
the railroads, employ several thousand 
laborers. 

EVENINCi STAR; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday and SATURDAY EVEN- 
ING STAR, Saturday; dailv four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 20x26, weekly 
26x40; subscription— dailv with weeklv .87, 
weekly S2 : established— daily 1883, weeklv 
1885 ; Star Co-operative Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation— dailv K 1. 

DOUBLE HEADER ; semi weekly. 
"Wednesdays and Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 22x32 ; subscription $3 : established 1886 ; 
John A. Hill, editor and publisher. 

SATURDAY EVENING STAR; (see 
Evening Stuv). 

SUNDAY OPINION; Sundays; four 
pages; size 24.x36: subscripti<m .$2 ; established 
1882; E. H. Osgood & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

COLORADO METHODIST ; semi 
monthly ; methodist episcopal ; four pages; 
size 20x26 : subscription .$1 ; establislied 1882 ; 
Rev. W. J. Jackson, editor and pul)lisher; 
circulation K l; dated at Pueblo. 

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, J^outt 

Co.. □ 75 pop., uu the Yanipali r., 120 m. N. 

W. of Georgetown. It has hot and cold 

sulphur springs. A noted summer resort. 

PILOT; Wednesdays; four pages; .size 
•20x25; subscrij)tion .$2; established 1S85 ; Jas. 
Hoyle, editor and proprietor. 

STERLING, Weld Co., cf 450 pop., 
on Denver Short Line branch of Union Pa. 
Rd. Farming and stock-raising district. 
Location of rotmd houses, etc. 
NEWS ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; 



subscription $2 ; established 1882 ; W. C. Pack- 
ard, editor and publisher. 

TELLURIDE, C. H., San Miguel Co., 
p 800 pop., at head San Miguel r., IS m. 
from Ouray, and 60 m. from Montrose, 
Mining and stock-raising district. 

3IINING NEWS; Wednesdays; eight 
pages; size of patre 11x14; stibscription §3 ; es 
tablished 1884 ; Gid. R. Propper, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2. 

SAN MIGUEL JOURNAL ; Satur 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription S3 : estaVjlished 1881 ; F.E.Curry, 
editor ; Journal Publishing Co., publishers ; 
circulation K 1. 

TRINIDAD, C. H., Las Animas Co., Zl. 
3,229 pop., on Las Animas r., 210 m. S. of 
Denver, via. D. & R. G. Rd., and 650 
from Kansas City via Southern Extension 
of A., T. & Santa Fe Rd.; at junction of lat- 
ter with Denver & Rio Grande Rd. Centre 
of a grazing and farming country. Sur- 
rounded by fields of superior coking coal. 

ADVERTI.SER ; every evening except 
Sunday; and CATTLEMEN'S ADVER- 
TISER: Thursdays; English and Spanish : 
daily four pages; weekly ten pages; size- 
daily 22x32 : weeklj' 24x17 ; subscription— daily 
$10 ; weekly $2 ; established 1882 ; M. Beshoar, 
editor ; Advertiser Printing Co., publishers ; 
circulation— daily L 2 ; weekly K 1 ; the third 
page of the weekly is entitlecl El Annuucia- 
dor de Trinidad. 

CATTLEMEN'S ADVERTISER; 
(see Advertiser.) 

NEWS; Fridays; republican; four 
pages : size 26x40 ; subscription §2.50 ; estab- 
lished 1879 ; News Co., editors and publishers. 

REVIEW; Sattirdays; fotir pages; size 
24x34 ; subscription .$2 ; established 1883 ; Mrs. 
John Roosa, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

WALSENBURG, C. H., Huerfano 
Co., p 620 pop., on Denver& RioGrande Rd., 
56 m. S. of Pueblo. Ltimber, live stock and 
agricultural district. Coal mines employ- 
ing ;300 men in vicinity. 

HUERFANO CACTUS; Saturdays; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $2 ; T. F. 
Martin, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

WEST LAS ANIMAS, C. H., Bent 

Co., Q, 7'.t5 pop., about 80 m. E. of Pueblo, on 

A., T. & Santa Fe and Arkansas Valley Rds. 

In cattle and sheep raising district. Has a 

fine climate and is a resort for invalids 

afflicted ^^^th lung diseases. 

LAS ANIMAS LEADER; Fridays; 
eight pages; size 34x48; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1873 ; Jno. A. Murphy, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

"WHITE PINE, Gunnison Co., -a 500 

pop., on Touiichi Creek, 12 m. N. of Sar- 

gents, a station on the Denver & Rio Grande 

Rd.,and 40 m. N. E. of Gunnison City. A 

mining settlement. 

CONE; Fridays; four pages; size 22x30; 
subscription §3; e.stal)lislied 1883; Geo. S. 
Irwin, editor and publisher ; circulation I. 2 . 

CONNECTICUT. 

ANSONIA, New Haven Co., g 5,500 
pop., on Naugattick Rd. and r., 16 m. N. of 
Bridgeport, terminus of New Haven & 
Derbj' Rd. Engaged in manufactures. 
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ing except Sundaj^s and Wednesdays ; and 
NAIJGATICR VAL.L.EY HENTT- 

?ifElj; Wednesdays; four pages; size— daily 
20x3(): weekly 29x44; subscription— daily $4; 
^weekly $1.50; establislied— daily 1S84; weekly 
1871 ; J. M. Emerson, editor and publisher ; 
circulation— dailv K ' weekly .1 ".'. 

NAUGATUCK VAL.L.EY SENTI- 
NEL ; (see Kveninu Sentinel.) 

BIRMINGHAM, iV^ew Haven Co., g 
■J.lOo pop., iu Derby township, at junction of 
Naugatuckand Housatonic rs., 10 ni. W. of 
New Haven. 

DERBY TRANSCRIPT; Wednes 
days; republican; four pages; size 28x44; 
subscription $1.50; established 1867; D. H. 
Bacon, editor ; Derby Printing Co., publishers ; 
■circulation K '2. 

BRIDGEPORT, C. H., Fairfield Co- 
-^oG,UOO.pop., on Long Island Sound and New 
York & New Haven Rd., 56 ni. from New 
York City, and at the junction of Housa- 
tonic and Naugatuck Rds. Engaged in sew- 
ing machine, carriage, furniture, fire-arms, 
corsets, and other manufa(^ures and the 
coast trade. 

EVENING FARMER; every evening 
except Sunday, and REPUBLICAN 

FARMER, Fridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size— daily 28x43, weekly 30x48 ; sub- 
scription— dailj' $7, weeklv $1-50 ; established 
—daily 1863, weekly 1790; Gould & Stiles, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation — daily J 1 , 
weekly 1 1 . 

EVENING POST : every evening, ex- 
cept Sunday ; four pages ; size 23x36 ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Thomas W. Wood, editor ; G. W. 
«& H. M. Hills, publishers ; circulation H 1. 

MORNING NEWS; every morning 
except Sunday ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription $5 ; established 1877 : Louis E. Prin- 
dle, editor and publisher; circulation J 1 . 

STANDARD s every evening except 
Sunday, and REPUBLICAN STAND- 
ARD, Fridays; republican; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages : size— daily 28x46, 
weekly (size of page) 18x23 ; subscripjoion— 
"daily $7, weekly $2 ; established — daily 1854, 
weekly 1842 ; John D. Candee and George C. 
Waldo, editors ; Standard Association, pub- 
lishers ; circulation— daily I 2 ; weekly I 1 . 

BRIDGEPORTER A N Z E I G E R ; 
Saturdays ; German ; four pages ; size 2ux26 ; 
subscription .$1.20 ; established 1883; William 
Oreisinger, editor and publisher ; printed at 
the oflfice of the New Haven Connecticut 
Tolksblatt. 

KENNEL. ; Thursdays ; sporting ; eight 
pages ; size 19x24 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; Luke W. White, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

REPUBLICAN FARMER; (see £uen- 
ing Farmer). 

REPUBLICAN STANDARD; (see 
Standard). 

SUN; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1877 ; Wm. H. May, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

NEW ENGLAND MEDICAL 
MONTHLY'; medical; eighty-six pages; 
size of page 7x10 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1881 ; W. C. Wile. M. D.. editor ; J. L. 
Gould, publisher ; circulation I 2 . 

BRISTOL, ^ar«/or(Z Co., i 5,900 pop., 
17 m. W. of Hartford, on N. Y. & N. E. Rd. 
Clocks, hardware and knit goods principal 
manufactm-es. 

PRESS; Thursdays ; neutral; eight pages ; 
«ize 36x48 ; subscription $2 ; established 1871 ; 
■C. H. Riggs, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2. An edition entitled the News is is- 
sued for Plainville. 

TIMES; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 



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26x40; subscription .$1..50; established 1881; 
C. Lougherj', editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

BROOKLYN, C. H., Windham Co., cf 
2,400 pop., 3 m. from Rd. Manufactures 
silk, cotton goods, gold pens and spectacles. 

31 I R R O R ; Thursdays ; independent ; 
four pages; size 26x3:^; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1884; Chas. F. Burgess, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1 ; issued from the 
ofQce of the Plainficld Messenger. 

CANAAN, Litchfield Co., Y;] 1,537 pop., 
at junction of Housatonic and Conn. West- 
ern Rds.; business centre; tobacco wai-e- 
house ; 73 m. from Bridgeport, and 56 from 
Hartford. 

CONNECTICUT WESTERN 

NEWS ; Wednesdays ; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription §2 ; established 1871 ; S. 
C. Beckley, editor and publisher ; circ'n J 1. 

COLLINSVILLE, Hartford Co., t 

3,000 pop., on Hartford & Conn., Western & 
New Haven & Northampton Rds. Engaged 
in manufactures. Is said to have the 
largest manufactory of edge tools in the 
country. 

TUNXIS VALLEY' HERALD; 

(see Unionville). 

DANBURY, C. H., Fairfield Co., p 
ll,667t pop., at t'erminus of Danbury & 
Norwalk Rd., 68 m. from New York and 
on New York and New England Rd. ; a 
branch railroad also connects with Housa- 
tonic at Brookfield. Engaged in manufac- 
tures, the principal of which are hats. 

EVENING NEWS ; every evening ex- 
cept Wednesday and Sunday, and NE\^^S. 
Wednesdays ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages ; size— daily 25x38, weekly 34x46 ; sub- 
scription—daily $4, weekly $2 ; established- 
daily 1883, weekly 1870 ; J. M. Bailey, editor 
and publisher : circ'n— daily .J 1 , weekly H l. 

DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x35; subsci-iption $1.50; established 1877; 
F. R. Swift, editor ; Danbury Democrat Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; circulation K 2. 

NEWS ; (see Evening News). 

DANIELSONVILLE, WlndhamCo., 

cf 4,000 pop., in Killinglj^ and Brooklyn 
townships, on Quinnebaug r. and Norwich 
& Worcester Rd., 25 m. from Norwich. En- 
gaged in cotton, woolen, belt, stocking, 
shuttle and shoe manufacture. 

WINDHAM CO. TRANSCRIPT; 

Wednesdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
28x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1854 ; J. Q. 
A. Stone, editor and publisher ; circ'n J 1. 

'D'ET.'P^IVJL'K, Middlesex Co., g 1,200 
pop., on Conn. Valley Rd., 30 m. from Hart- 
ford, and 30 froiii New Haven. Manufac- 
turing town. 

NEW ERA ; Fridays; independent ; four 
pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1874; Fred. I. Hammond, editor; Chas, 
A. Kirtlaud, publLsher ; circulation J 1. 

'DJL'R'BY , ^€.w Haven Co., ^ 4,000 pop., 

on the Naugatuck and New Haven and 

Derby Rds., 9 m. W. of New Haven and 18 

m. N. E. of Bridgeport. Has manufactories 

of various kinds. 

EXAMINER; Saturdays; four pages ; 
size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; 



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Examiner Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; issued from the office of the Harford 
Exam iner. 
EAST HARTFORD, Hartford 

Co., [^ 4,000 pop., on New York & New Eng- 
land Rd. Various manufactures here. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; four pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1885 ; 
Henry B. Hale, editor and publisher ; dated 
East "Hartford. South Windsor ami Glastan- 
bury. 

ESSEX, Middlesex Co., g ],800 pop., 

on Connecticut r. and on Hartford & Con' 

necticut Valley R 1. Manufacturing town. 

PEOPLES' JOURNAL.; monthly; 
eight pages; size 2(ix4u; subscription 50 
cents; established 1885; H. 0. Newton Com- 
pany, editors and publishers. 

GLASTONBURY, Hartford Co., b 
1,350 pop., on the E. bank of the Connecticut 
r., 7 m. below Hartford. Manufacturing 
principal industry. 
GAZETTE; (see East Hartford.) 

GREENWICH, Fairfield Co., p 9,350 
pop., on Long Island Sound. On N. Y. & N. 
H, Rd., 27 m. N. E. of New York City. A 
place of residence for New York City busi- 
ness men ; in an agricultui'al community. 

GRAPHIC; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 26x40; subscription §1.50; established 
1881 ; Edwards Bros., editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 2. 

HARTFORD, C. H., Hartford Co., i 
State Capital, 42,553 pop., on Connecticut 
r. and on New Haven and Hartford Rd. En- 
gaged in commerce and manufactures. 

COURANT; every morning except Sun- 
day, and CONNECTICUT COURANT, 

Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
30x46; subscription— daily §8, weekly §2; es- 
tablished— ilaily 1836, weekly 1764; Hawley, 
Goodrich & Co., editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation — tlaily G 1, weekly G 1. 

EVENING POST; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and CONNECTICUT 
POST, Saturdays; republican; dailj- four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size — daily 80x46, 
size of page weekly 16x2i ; subscription— daily 
$8, weekly §1.50 ; established 1856 ; Evening 
Post Association, editors and publishers; cir- 
culation—daily G ], weekly G 1. 

TELEGRAM ; every morning except 
Sunday; democratic; four pages ; size 23x35 ; 
subscription $5; established 18S3; Hartford 
Telegram Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation H 1. 

TIIHESj every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays; democratic; 
daily eiglit jjages, weekly twelve pages ; size 
of page 16x23 ; suliscription- daily §8, weekly 
$1.00; established— daily 1841, weekly 1817; 
Burr Bros., editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion — dailv G 1, weeklv H 2. 

AMERICAN POULTRY YARD; 

Saturdays; ]joultry raising; four pages; size 
16x22; subscription ,$150; established 1878; H. 
H. Stoddard, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion H 1 ; i.ssues also the Poultry World and 
Co-operative Poultry Post. 

CENSOR; Saturdays ; eight pages ; size 
80x44; subscription $1; established I8-<5 ; 
Lucien P. Smith, editor; The Cen.sor Pulj 
lishintr Co., ijublisliers. 

CHRISTIAN SECRETARY; Wed 
nesdays; baptist; four pages; size 28x42; 
subscription $2 ; established 1822 ; S. D. Phelps, 
D. D., editor and jjuhlisher ; eirculation 12. 

CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC; Satur- 
days; catholic; eight pages; size of page 



CONNECTICUT. 



16x22 ; subscription $2 ; established 1876 ; M. 
F. Scanlan, editor and publisher ; circ'n H 2. 

CONNECTICUT COURANT; (see 
Courant''. 

CONNECTICUT FARMER; Satur- 
days ; agricultural ; eight pages ; size 30x42 ^ 
subscription §2 ; established 1879 ; A. R. Par- 
sons, editor and manager; circulation G 1. 

CONNECTICUT POST; (see Evening 
Post). 

DER HARTFORDER HEROLD? 
Saturdays ; German ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; M. Galody. 
editor and publisher : circulation K 2. 

EXAMINER; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x36 ; subscription §1 ; established 1881 ; 
Examiner Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation H 1 ; editions are also 
Issuetl at Derby, Meriden and Waterbury. 

GLOBE; Sundays ; eight pages ; size 
30x44; subscription .S2.00 ; established 1876; 
Allen Willev, editor and publisher ; circ'n G 1. 

RELIGIOUS HERALD; Thursdays; 
congregational; four pages; size 28x42; sub- 
scription §2.110; established 1843; David B. 
Moselej- & Sons, editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation .1 1. 

SUNDAY JOURNAL; Sundays ; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription 
§2.50; establiiihed 1867; Joseph H. Bai-num, 
editor and publisher; circulation G 1. 

TELEPHONE; Sundays; eight pages; 
size 30x44 ; subscription §2 ; established 1884 ; 
A. E. Lazzaro, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation H 1. 

TRINITY TABLET; every three 
weeks ; twenty-four pages ; size of page 8x11 • 
subscription §2 ; established 1868 ; Students 
of Trinity College, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2 ; a college paper ; issued du- 
ring the collegiate year. 

CO-OPERATIVE POULTRY 
POST; monthly; poultry raising; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 50 cents ; es- 
tablished 1884 ; H. H. Stoddard, editor and 
publisher; circulation Jl; issues also the 
American Poultry Yard and Poultry World, 

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD; 
monthly ; thirty-two pages ; size of page 
11x8; subscription §1; established 1883; J, 
Alexander Patten, editor; Farm and House- 
hold Publishing Co.. publishers ; circulation. 
X ; dSted at Wallingford and Hartford. 

POULTRY WORLD; monthly; poul- 
try raising; forty-two pages; size of page 
9x11; sub.scription §1.25; established 1872; H. 
H. Stoddard, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion G 1 ; issues al.so the American Poultry 
Yard and the Co-operative Poultry Post. 

RURAL NEW ENGLAN DER ; 

monthly ; eight pages : size 30x44 ; subsci'ip- 
tion 35 cents ; established 1S85 ; Willey Bros., 
editors and publishers. 

SOUTHWESTERN PIONEER; 

monthly; sixteen pages; size of page 11x15; sub- 
scription §1; established 18S4; J. H. Langley, 
editor; Pioneer Publishing Co., publisliers: 
an advertising sheet ; dated at Hartford and 
San Antonio, Texas. 

JOURNAL OF INEBRIETY; quar- 
terly; medical; eighty pages octavo; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1876 ; T. D. Crothers,. 
M. D., editor; published under the auspices 
of the American Association for the Cure of 
Inebriates ; circulation K 2. 

JEWETT CITY,^^ew London Co., a 
l,"!.')'! pop., on Norwich & Worcester Rd.,9 ra. 
from Norwich, and 7 from Plalnfield. En- 
gaged in the manufacturing of cotton. 

PRESS ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription §1 ; established 1882 ; F. O. Bur- 
gess & Son, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion L 2 : printed at the office of the Plain- 
field Mi'ssen(ier. 

LITCHFIELD, C. H., Litchfield Co., V] 
3,410+ pop., on tlie Shepaug branch of Dan- 
bury & Nor walk Rd., and about 4 m. W. of 
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manufactures and centre of considerable 
trade. 

ENQUIRER; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages : size 27x42 ; subscription $2.50 ; es- 
tablished ls2t) ; George A. Hickox, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

MERIDEN, ^ew Haven Co., g 22,000 
pop., on Boston & New York Trunk Rd., and 
terminus of the Meriden & Cromwell Rd., 18 
m. from New Haven and same distance 
from Hartford. Engaged in manufacture 
of silver-plated and Britannia goods, brass 
hardware, cutlery, steel pens, guns, glass- 
ware, cabinet organs and hardware in all 
its branches. Several manufacturing es- 
tablishments are located here. 

REPUBLiIC'AN; everj' evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size— daily 24x40, week- 
ly 26x40 ; subscription— daily $8, weekly $2 ; 
established 1863 ; Wm. F. Graham, editor and 
publisher ; circulation— daily J 2 , weekly J 1. 

EXAMINER; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x36 ; subscription §1 ; established 1881 ; 
Examiner Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation J 1 ; issued from the office 
of the Hartford Exaininer. 

MIDDLETOWN, C. H., Middlesex 
Co., cp 14,fl0u pop., on Connecticut r., and New 
Haven, Middletown & Willimantic Rd., at 
an equal distance from New York and Bos- 
ton, and 35 m. from Long Island Sound. 
Engaged in various manufactures. Centre 
of a large trade. 

HERALD ; every evening except Sun- 
day ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1883 ; Middletown Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation J 2. 

PENNY PRESS; every evening except 
Sunday, and SENTINEL AND WIT- 
NESS; Saturdays; independent democratic; 
four pages ; size— daily 17x26, weeklv 28x42 ; 
subscription— dailv $3, weeklv .Sl.oU; estab- 
lished—daily 1884, weekly 1823; Ernest King 
& Son, editors and publishers ; circulation- 
daily .J 1. weeklv .J 1. 

CONSTITUTION; Tuesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x40; subscription 
$1.50; established 1837; C. W. Church, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SENTINEL AND AVITNESS; (see 
Pennu Press.) 

COLLEGE ARGUS; every ten days; 
twenty-four pages; size of page 8x11; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1868 ; Students of the 
Senior and Junior Classes of the Weslevan 
University, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion K 1 ; a college paper ; issued during the 
collegiate year. 

MILFORD, ^'''iw Haven Co., g 3,400 
pop., on Long Island Sound, and on the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Rd. 
Engaged in agricultm-al and manufactur- 
ing pui'suits. 

ARGUS; Saturdays; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $1; established 1885; F. 
W. Shilliton, editor and publisher; issues 
also the West Haven Biu\get. 

MOODUS, Middlesex Co., g in East 
Haddam township, 3,000 pop., on Moodus r., 
near its entrance into the Connecticut, and 
about 12 m. S. E. of Middletown. 

CONNECTICUT VALLEY AD- 
VERTISER; Saturdays; four pages; .size 
28x44; subscription $1.50; established 1869; 
Joseph E. Selden, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation J 2. 



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MYSTIC RIVER, A^ew London Co., 
Q, village on Mystic r.; ship-building, fishing 
and manufacture of printers', bookbinders' 
and other hardware; Menhaden oil woi'ks- 
hei'e. 

MYSTIC JOURNAL; Saturdays ; 
independent ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; Anderson & Fairbrother, editors 
and publishers; circulation L2 ; printed at 
the offlce of the Sronington Mirror. 

MYSTIC PRESS ; Thursdays ; inde- 
pendent ; tour pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription 
$2; established 1873; L. M. Guernsey, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

NAUGATUCK, Neio Haven Co., g 
5,043 pop., on Naugatuck Rd., 5 m. from 
Waterbury. Manufactures rubber clothings 
boots, shoes, woolen underwear, cutlery^ 
buttons, wagon wheels and farming imple- 
ments. 

AGITATOR; Saturdaj-s; four pages; 
size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; 
D. W. White, editor ; Agitator Publishing, 
Book and Job Printing Co., publishers. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; four pages; 
size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1877 ; B. A. Peck, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation L 2 . 

REVIEW; Fridays ; four pages ; size- 
22x36; subscription $1.25; established 1880; S. 
M. Stone, editor, Naugatuck Printing and 
Publishing Co., publishers ; circ'n K 1. 

NEW BRITAIN, Hartford Co., r^ 
19,800 pop., 10 m. from Hartford, on Hart- 
ford, Providence & Fishkill and New York 
& New England Rds. Engaged in manu- 
facturing hardware, jewelry, knit goods 
and other articles ' 

EVENING HERALD; every evening^ 
excepr Sunday, and HERALD, Fridays; 
republican ; daily eight pages, weekly four 
pages ; size— daily 26x40, weekly 27x38 ; sub- 
scription— dailv $5, weekly $1 ; established- 
daily 1882, weekly 1880 ; Chas. E. Woodruff,, 
editor and publisher ; circulation— daily K 2,. 
w^eeklj' J 2. 

HEIiALI>; (see Evening Herald). 

OBSERVER; Saturdays; eight pages;, 
size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1876 ; 
R. J. Vance & Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 2. 

RECORD; Fridays; republican; four 

ages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
ished 1865 ; Francis W. Baker, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 



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NEW CA'N A. A'N,FairJield Co., jD 2,673- 
pop., 8 m. from Stamford and 5 from Nor- 
walk ; terminus of New Canaan Rd. Prin- 
cipal manufactures, boots, shoes and cloth- 
ing; 1}4 hours from New York. Western^ 
Union Telegraph communication. 

MESSENGER; Saturdays; independent;: 
four pages; size 24x35; subscription $1.50; 
established 1877 ; William W. Kirk, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

NEW HAnTTOmi, LitcJiJield Co.,. 

"1118,000 pop., on New Haven & Northamptoit- 

Rd., and Hartford & Connecticut Western 

Rd., 29 m. from Hartford. 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1881? 
Henry R. Jones, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 2. 

NEW HAVEN, C. H., ^ew Haven 

Co., Q 70,000 pop., at head of New Haven 
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New York. Six railroads centre here. Seat 

of Yale College. Engaged in commerce, 

and in cai'riage and other manufactures. 

CONNECTICUT REPUBI.IKAN- 
ER : everv morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays; German; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size— daily 22x29, weekly 
24x38; subscription— daily $6.50, weekly $2; 
established— daily 1879, weekly 1867; Weigand 
Schlein, editor and publisher; circulation — 
daily L 2 , weekly K 1 . 

EVENING REGISTER; every evening 
except Sunday, COL.U3IBIAN REGIS- 
TER, Thursdays, and SUNDAY REGIS- | 
TER, Sundays ; democratic ; four pages ; size ' 
28x44; subscription— daily §6. weekly $1, Sun- 
day $2; established— daily 1840. weekly 1812, 
Sunday 1879 ; Register Publishing Co., publish- 
ers; circulation— daily H 2, weekly H 2, Sun- 
day G 1. 

MORNING JOURNAL. AND COU- 
RIER ; everv morning except Sunday, and 
CONNECTICUT HERALD AND 
JOURNAL, Saturdays; republican; four 
pages ; size 30x46 ; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $2; established— daily 1832, weekly 
1803; Carrington Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers ; circ'n— daily H 2. weekly J 2. 

MORNING NEWS; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday ; independent ; four pages ; Sat- 
lu-days eieht pages ; size 23x35 : subscription 
$5 ; established 1882 ; Morning Xews Co.. edi- 
tors and publisliers ; circulation G 1. 

PALLADIUM; every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size— daily 28x42, week- 
ly 30x46; subscription— daily $5, weekly $2; 
established— daily 1840. weekly 1829; Palladi- 
um Co., editors and publishers ; circulation- 
daily H 1, weekly .1 2. 

UNION; everv evening except Sunday, 
WEEKLY, Thui-sdays. and SUNDAY 
UNION, Sundays; eight pages; size 32x44; 
size of dailv page 16x22; subscription— daily 
$8, weekly $1, Sunday .$2; established— daily 
1870, weekly 1873, Sunday 1865 ; Union Print- 
ing Company, editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation— dailv H 1. weekly J ] , Sunday G 1. 

YALE NEWS; every day except Satur- 
day and Sundaj' ; four pages ; size 15x22 ; sub- 
scription $4 ; established 1878 ; Students of 
Yale College, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion K 1 ; a college paper ; issued during the 
collegiate year. 

COLUMBIAN REGISTER; (see 
Eveninti Register). 

CONNECTICUT BOTSCHAFTER ; 
Saturdays ; German ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscrip'tion S1.60 ; established 1876; H. Buss- 
mann. editor and publislier ; circulation L 2 . 

CONNECTICUT HERALD AND 
JOURNAL; (see Morning Journal and 
Courier). 

CONNECTICUT \ OLKSBLATT ; 
Saturdays; German; four pages; size 20x26; 
subscription ,$1.20; established 1885; Paul 
Gebhard, editor and publisher; the Bridge- 
port Bridgeporter Anzeiger is printed at this 
office. 

SHORE LINE TI3IES ; Fridays; in- 
dependent; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1877 ; E. M. Jerome, editor 
and i)ublisher ; circulation .1 1. 

SUNDAY REGISTER; (see Evening 
Reg lifter.) 

S^dNDAY UNION : (see Union.) 

WORKMEN'S ADVOCATE; Sun 
days; four pages; siz ■ 19x;3(i; subscription 
$1 ; established J8S4 ; Trades C»)uncil Publish- 
ing Ccunmiftee, ^^ditors and pul)lishers. « 

YALE COURANT: bi-weekly; twenty- 
«ight pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription 
$1.60; established 1865; Students of Yale 
College, editors and publishers ; circulation 
K 1 ; a coUege paper ; issued during the col- 
legiate year. 

YALE RECORD; bi-weekly; twenty- 
four i)ages; size of page 8x11; subscription 
;$1.60; established 1872; Students of Yale Col- 
lege, editors and publishers ; circulation K 1 ; 
a college paper ; issued during the collegiate 
.year. 



AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SCI- 
ENCE ; monthly ; science ; eighty pages 
octavo ; subscription %% ; established 1818 ; 
James D. and E. S. Dana, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 2. 

CRESCENT; monthly; sixteen pages; 
size of page 8x11 ; subscription 50 cts. ; estab- 
lished 1882; Students of the Hillhouse High 
School, editors and publishers ; circ'n L 2 ; 
a school paper ; issued during the school yeai*. 

CRITIC; monthly; independent; six- 
teen pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription 
75 cents ; established 1872 ; Students of Hop- 
kins Grammar School, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation L 1 ; a school paper ; issued 
during the school year. 

EL31 CITY PILOT; monthly; eight 
pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription 50 cents ; es- 
tablished 1879; Pilot Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers ; an advei-tising sheet. 

HIBERNIAN RECORD; monthly; 
ancient order of hibernians ; four pages • 
size 22x32 ; subsci-iption 60 cents ; established 
1878; JohnD. Cunningham & Co., editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 2. 

HOUSEHOLD PILOT; monthly; 
eight pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription 50 cents : 
established 1879; J. F. Bliven, editor; Pilot 
Publishing Co., publisliers. 

LOOMIS' MUSICAL AND MA- 
SONIC JOURNAL; monthly; music; 
masonry ; twenty-four pages ; size of page 
10x13 ; subscription $1 ; established 1865 ; C. M. 
Loomis, publisher ; circulation I 2 . 

NEW ENGLANDER AND YALE 
REVIEW; monthly; literary; one hun- 
dred pages octavo ; subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished 1843 ; "Wm. L. Kingsley, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 . 

NEW ENGLAND RAILWAY 
GUIDE; monthly; three hundred and fom- 
pages ; size of page 4x6 ; sub.scription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1880; Price, Lee & Co., editors and 
publishers ; ciix-ulation H 2. 

REVEILLE ; monthly ; eight pages ; size 
of page 10x12 ; subscription 75 cents ; estab- 
lished 1872 ; H. P. Anderson, editor ; Students 
of New Haven Collegiate and Commercial 
Institute, publishers; circulation L2; a 
school paper ; issued during the school year. 

YALE LITERARY MAGAZINE; 
monthly ; sixty pages octavo ; subscription 
I $3; established 1836; Students of Yale Col- 
lege, editors and publishers ; a college paper; 
circulation . L 2 . 

NEW LONDON, C. H., New London 

Co., Q. 11,000 pop., on Thames r., having a 
good harbor. Engaged in commerce and 
manufacturing. A summer resort. 
D A Y ; every evening except Sundaj', and 
WEEK, Thursdays; four pages; size— daily 
20x32, weekly 28x42; subscription-daily $5, 
weekly §1 ; established 1881 ; John A. Tibbits, 
editor; Day Co., publishers; circulation- 
daily H 2, weekly 12. _ 

MORNING TELEGRAPH ; every 
morning except Sunday; democratic; four 
pages; size 21x30; subscription .S6.24 ; estab- 
lished 18S5; the Telegraph Co., editors and 
publishers. 
WEEK : (see Day). 

NEW MILFORD, Litchfield Co., tl 

3,907 pop. of entire town, on Housatonic r. 

and Rd., 35 m. from Bridgeport, and 16 

from Danbury. Largely engaged in tobacco 

i trade and button manufacturing. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; independent; four 

pages ; size 26.x4(i ; subscription $2 ; established 

1872; Joshua A. Bolles, editor and publisher; 

circulation .T 1. 
ITE:>I ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 

.subscription .§1.50; established 1883; L. E. 

Baker, editor and publislier ; circulation K 1. 

NEWTOWN, Fairfield Co., p 4,013t 
pop., on Housatonic r., 66 m. from New 
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satonic and N. Y. & New England Rds. The 

New York Belting and Packing Co. have a 

large manufactory hex'e. Manufactures 

hats, buttons, and has woolen mills. Is also 

a summer resort. 

BEE ; Fridays ; independent ; four pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 
1677; Reuben H. Smith, publisher; circula- 
tion K 1. 

NORTH MANCHESTER, Hart- 
ford Co., ^ 7,000 pop., on New York & New 
E. Rd. Manufactures silk, gingham and 
paper. 

MANCHESTER SATURDAY 
HERALD; Saturdays; four pages; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1881 ; 
El wood S. Ela & Co., publishers; circ'n J 1. 

NORWALK, Fairfield Co., p 13,956t 
pop., on Norwalk r. and New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Rd., 42 m. from New 
York, and at junction of Norwalk & Dan- 
bury Rd. Engaged in manufactures. 

GAZETTE; Tuesdays; republican; four 
pages ; size 30x44 : subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1800 ; H. S. Byington, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 2 , 

HOUR AND VVESTPORT AD- 
VERTISER; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1871 ; B. W. Maples, editor ; John H. 
Wade, publisher; circulation H 1. ^^" Actual 
average circulation for one year preceding 
Nov. 1, 1885, as per statement on file at the 
office of the American Newspaper Directory, 
3,606 copies. 

REAL. ESTATE JOURNAL; month- 
ly; real estate; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; established 1881 ; B. J. 
Sturges, editor and publisher ; a real estate 
advertising sheet. 

1iO'R'WICIi,C.B.., New London Co.yUl 
21,141 pop., at head of navigation on Thames 
r., 13 m. from New London, and midway 
between New York and Boston on Norwich 
& Worcester division of N. Y. & N. E. Rd., 
also on New London Northern Rd. A line 
of steamers make daily trips between here 
and New York. Engaged in commerce and 
manufactm-es. 

MORNING BULLETIN; every morn 
ing except Sunday, and COURIER, Wed- 
nesdays; republican; daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 24x36, week- 
ly 32x46 ; subscription— daily $6, weekly $1 ; 
established— daUy 1858, weekly 1796 ; The Bul- 
letin Co., publishers; cu'culation— daily H 1, 
weeklv H 2. 

COOLEY'S WEEKLY; Saturdays; 
four pages ; size 27x40 ; subscription 50 cents ; 
J. Gr. Cooley, publisher ; circulation G 1. 

COURIER; {see Morning Bulletin.) 

PEOPLE'S GAZETTE; Saturdays; 
four pages; size 26x40 ; subsci'iption 50 cents; 
established 1882 : Gordon Wilcox, editor and 
publisher ; circulation 1 1 . 

PliAINFIELiD, Windham Co., :^4,021t 
pop., on Rd., 14 m. from Norwich. Iron 
foundry. 

MESSENGER ; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 1881 ; 
0. F. Burgess, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1. An edition entitled the Press is is- 
sued at Jewett City ; another entitled the 
Mirror, at Brooklyn. 

HOME FRIEND; monthly ; eight 
pages; size 22x30; subscription 25 cents: 
established 1885 ; Chas. F. Burgess, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 



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PLAINVILLE,^aW/ord Co., ^1,9301 

pop., 14 m. W. of Hartford, junction of H. 

P. & F., and N. H. & Northampton Rds. 

Woolen goods, clocks and caiTiages are 

manufactured here. 

NEWS ; Thursdays : neutral ; eight pages 
size 35x48 ; subscription $2 ; established 1874 ; 
C. H. Riggs, editor and publisher : circ'n L 2 ; 
printed at the office of the Bristol Press. 

PORTLAND, Middlesex Co., g 4,15& 

pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Rd., 14 m. S. of Hartford. Quarries of red 

stone here, employing about 1,200 men. 

MIDDLESEX CO. RECORD; Satur 
days ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription- 
$1.50; established 1885; W. A. Chapman, 
editor and publisher. 

PUTNAM, Windham Co., :/ 5,827t 
pop., on Quinuebaug r., at junction of N. 
Y. & N. E. and the Norwich & Worcester 
Rd., 26 m. from Worcester, 34 from Norwich 
and 61 m. from Boston. Engaged in the 
manufacture of cotton, woolen, silk, boots 
and shoes, clothing, trunk and carriage 
manufactories, lumber yards and wood- 
working establishments. 

PATRIOT; Fridays; independent; four 

pages ; size 28x43 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1873; Macdonald & Williams, editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1. 
WINDHAM CO. STANDARD ; 

Wednesdays ; eight pages ; size 30x43 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1882 ; Nathan W. 
Kennedy, editor and publisher ; circ'n 1 2 . 

RIDGEFIEIiD, Fairfield Co., p 2,028t 

pop., on Danbiuy & Norwalk Rd., 10 m. 

from Danbury and 14 from Norwalk. Is a 

summer resort of New York city residents 

and lies in a farming quarter. 

PRESS; Fridays; four pages; size 26x40; 
subscription $1.50; established 1875; W. W. 
Whiting, publisher ; circulation K 1. 

ROGKVILLE, Tolland Co., ^ 6,800 
pop., in Vernon towTiship, 16 m. from Hart- 
ford, on Rockville branch of Springfield 
division of New York & New England Rd. 
Principally engaged in manufacture of 
woolen and silk goods. The largest en- 
velope works in the world is situated here. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; independent; 

four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1866 ; Thomas S. Pratt, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

TOLLAND CO. LEADER ; Thurs 
days ; independent ; eight pages ; size 30x42 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1879; B. L. 
Burr, editor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

SEYMOUR, N-ew Haven Co., g 3,000 
pop., on Naugatuck Vy. Rd., at junction of 
Naugatuck, Bladen and Little rs., supply- 
ing ample water power for many large fac- 
tories. 

RtECORD; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1871 ; W. C. Sharpe, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

TIMES ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 26x.S8 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1885 ; J. H. 
Whiting, editor and publisher. 

SOUTH COVENTRY, Tolland Co., 

t^ 1,400 pop., on Willinaantic r. and New Lon- 
don Northern Rd., 35 m. from New London. 
Engaged in manufactiu'es. 



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COVENTRY liOCAL. REGISTER; 

Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1868; 
-J. McLaughlin & Son, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2 ; printed at the office of the 
Stafford Springs Press. 

SOUTHINGTON, Hartford Co., 6 

5,411+ pop., 20 m. N. of New Haven, on New 

Haven & Northampton Rd. Engaged in the 

manuf actui*e of general hardware, carriage 

hardware, pocket cutlery, silver-plated 

ware, tacks and wood screws. 

P H CE N I X ; Fi-idays ; independent ; 
-eight pages ; size 26x42 ; subscription 82 ; es- 
tablished 1873 ; C. S. Haviland, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2 ; issue also the 
Unionville Tunxis Valley Herald. 

SOUTH NORWALK, Fairjield 
Co., p 5,000 pop., on Norwalk r. and N. Y. & 
N. H. and Danbury & Norwalk Rds., 42 m. 
from New York and 83 from New Haven. 
Hat manufacturing and extensive oyster 
business carried on. Connected with Nor- 
walk by horse cars. 

CONNECTICUT REPUBL.ICAN; 

Saturdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
24x34 ; subscription $1-50 ; established 1880 ; F. 
S. Lvon, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 
SENTINELi ; Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages ; size :35x48 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablisned 1870; Golden Bros., editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 1. 

SOTJTHPORT, Fairfield Co., p J,200 
pop., on Mill r., on New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Rd. Onion raising and ship- 
ping is the principal industry. 

FAIRFIEL.D ADVERTISER; Thurs- 
days ; f otu" pages ; size 30x44 ; established 
1884 ; John Johnson, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

CHRUCH RECORD; monthly; pro- 
testant-episcopal ; eight pages ; size 24x38 ; 
subscription 50 cents ; established 1885 ; chas. 
G. Adams, editor ; The Church Record Asso- 
ciation, publishers. 

SOUTH WINDSOR, Hartford Co., 
ti 2,000 pop., on New York & New England 
Rd. Large paper mill and various other 
manufactories here. 
GAZETTE; (see East Hartford.) 

STAFFORD SPRINGS, Tolland 

Co., ti 4,455 pop., in Stafford township, on 

Willimantic r. and New London Northern 

Rd., 50 m. from New London. Engaged in 

woolen, cotton and iron manufactures. 

Mineral springs located here. 

PRESS; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription §1.50; estab- 
lished 1858 ; J. McLaughlin & Son, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1. An edition en- 
titled the Coventry Local Register Is Issued 
at South Coventry. 

STAMFORD, Fairfield Co., p 13,800 
pop., on Long Island Sound and New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Rd., 34 m. from 
New York. Engaged in manufactures and 
coast trade, and is a summer resort. Pos- 
sesses among its industries the " Yale & 
Towne Manufacturing Co.," with a capital 
of a million dollars, the St. John, Hoyt & 
Co. Imnber works, the second great indus- 
try of Stamford ; also an extensive straw 
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liquorice concern in the country, large 
woolen mills, Lincrusta-Walton Manufac- 
turing Co., and numerous minor manuf ac 
tm-ing concerns. Is the residence of a large 
number of persons who do business in 
New York City. Has good schools and fine 
churches. 

ADVOCATE; Fridaj's ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 29x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1829 ; Gillespie Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation J 1. 

C03IET; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 21x30; subscription $1; established 
1883 ; William A. Royce, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

HERALD; Wednesdays ; Independent ; 
four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription S2 ; es- 
tablished 1875 ; Geo. Baker, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

SATURDAY NEWS; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $2.00 ; estab- 
lished 1886; Chas. Raymond and Geo. Sawter, 
editors ; Stamford News Co., publishers. 

STONINGTON, ^^ London Co., O, 
7,353 pop., and port of entry on the sea 
coast at eastern extremity of Long Island 
Sound, 12 m. E. of New liOndon, with which 
it is connected by the Stonington and Pi-ovi- 
dence Rd. New York & Stonington Steam- 
boat line connects with New York city 
daily. Has a good harbor, and is engaged 
in coast trade and manufactures. 

MIRROR ; Saturdays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1869; Anderson & Fairbrother, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation K 1. An edi- 
tion entitled the Mystic Journal is issued at 
Mystic River. 

TAFTVILLE, New London Co., O, 

3,200 pop., on Norwich and Worcester Rd., 

3 m. from Norwich. Engaged principally in 

manufacturing cotton goods. 

NEWS; Saturdays; independent; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1 ; establish- 
ed 1884 ; F. W. Fenner, editor and publisher ; 
circulation. K 2. 

TERRYSVILLE, Litchfield Co., ^ 
1,500 pop., on New York & New England 
Rd., 10 m. from water works. Eagle Lock 
Co. factory here. 
EAGLiE; Saturdays; four pages; size 

26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1884; 

Thos. E. Niman, editor and publisher. 

THOMASTON, Litchfield Co., ^3,500 
pop., on Naugatuck Rd., 10 m. from Water- 
btrry. Has clockworks and rolling mills. 
The extensive and celebrated works of the 
Seth Thomas Clock Co. are located here. 
EXPRESS ; Fridays ; four nages ; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1880; 
C. James, A. M., editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 2. 

THOMPSONVILL.E, Hartford Co., 
i 4,:50O pop., on Connecticut r., and N. Y., N. 
H. & S. rds., 8 m. from Springfield and 18 
from Hartford. Engaged in carpet, and 
other manufactures. 

PRESS ; Thursdays; four pages; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1880; 
Frederick P. Parsons, editor; Parsons Print- 
ing Co., publishers; circulation J 1. 

TORRINGTON, Litchfield Co., tl 
4,214 pop., on Naugatuck r and Rd. Ex- 



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tensive manufactories ; noted brass works 

are located here. 

REGISTER; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1874; H. M. White, editor; Register 
Printing Co., publishers ; circulation K 1. 

UNIONVILLE, Hartford Co., tl 
1,700 pop, on New Haven & Northampton 
Rd., 14 m. from N. Hartford and 34 from 
New Haven. Engaged in manufacture of 
paper, iron bolts, cutlery and general hard- 
ware. 

TUNXIS VALLEY HERALD : Fri 
days; four pages; size 3-x44 ; subscription 
$2.' ; established 1881 ; C. S. Haviland, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1; an edition, 
same title, is dated at Collinsville : issued 
Irom the oflBce of the Southington Phoenix. 

WALLINGFORD, -iVei<? Haven Co , 

g 3,500 pop., on New York, New Haven & 

Hartford Rd. A manufacturing town. 

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD; (see 
Hartford.) 

WATERBURY, ^^ew Haven Co., g 
27,000 pop., on Naugatuck Rd., 30 m. from 
New Haven and 33 from Hartford, at inter- 
section of New ^ ork & New England and ; 
Naugatuck Rds. Engaged largely in manu- 
facturing brass, brass goods, German silver, 
buttons, clocks, and various other articles. 1 
Said to be the largest brass manufacturing 
city in the world. 

AMERICAN; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays ; inde- 
pendent-republican ; daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 27x4?, 
weekly 32x46 ; subscription — daily $6, 
weekly $2 ; established— daily 1866, weekly 
1844 ; American Printing Co., editors and pub- | 
Ushers ; circulation— daily H 1, weekly HI. , 

REPUBLICAN; every evening except' 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays ; republi- 
can; daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size 
—daily 22x36, weekly 22^x36 ; subscription 
—daily $5, weekly $2 ; established— daily 1883, 
weekly 1881 ; J. H. Morrow, editor and pub- 
lisher ; cii'culation— daily K 1, weekly K 1. 

EXAMINER; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 34x36; subscription $1 ; established 1881 ; 
Examiner Publishing Co.. editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 2 ; issued from the office 
of the Hartford Examiner. 

NEW ENGLAND WOCHEN- 
BL ATT ; Saturdays ; German ; four pages ; 
size 22x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1885 ; F. Dietmeier, editor ; New England 
Wochenblatt Co., publishers. 

SUNDAY DEi^IOCRAT; Sundays; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1..50 ; es- 
tablished 1881; C. & M. T. Maloney, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

WEST HAVEN, J^ew Haven Co., g 
2,500 pop., on the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Rd., 2 m. from New Haven. 
It has numerous manufactories, and the 
population is rapidly increasing. 

BUDGET : Saturdays; four pages; size 
22x132 : subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; F. 
W. Shillito, editor and publisher; issues also 
the Milford Argus. 

WESTPORT, Fairfield Co., p 3,600t 
pop., on Saugatuck r., Long Island Sound, 
and New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Rd., 45 m. from N. Y. City. 

HOUR AND ADVERTISER ; (see 

-Nor walk). 

WESTPORTER ; Saturdays ; four 



pages ; size 22x31 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lisheil 1876; John S. Jones, editor; Westport 
Publishing Co., publisliers; circulation K 1. 

WEST WINSTED, Litclifield Co., \^ 
3,000 pop., at junction of Naugatuck and 
Hartford & Connecticut Western Rds. Ex- 
tensively engaged in various manufactures. 
A trade centre. 

WINSTED HERALD; Fridays; re 
publican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1853; J. H. Vaill, editor; 
Winsted Printing Co., publishers ; circ'n J 2. 

WILL.IMANTIC, Windham Co., cf 
6,612 pop., in Windham township, on Willi- 
mantic r., and New London Northern Rd. ; 
Air Line division of the N. Y., N. H. & H. 
Rd., and on the Providence division of the 
N. Y. and New Eng. Rds., 30 m. from Hart- 
ford and 59 from Providence. Engaged in 
silk, cotton and other manufactures. 

CHRONICLE; Wednesdays; eight 
pages ; size 30x43 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1877 ; McDonald & SafEord, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1847; H. L. Hall, editor; Hall & Bill 
Printing Co., publishers ; circulation J 2. 

WIL.LINGTON, Tolland Co , i 1,200 

pop., about 14 m. N. of Willimantic, and 2 

m. E of the New London Northern Rd. It 

has a manufactory of shoddy. 

HOME MESSENGER; Wednesdays; 
foiu- pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tabllslied 1880 ; J. D. Taylor, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WINDSOR LOCKS, Hartford Co., 

i 3,000 pop., on N. Y., N. H. & H. Rd., 6 m. 
N. of Hartford. Manufacturing of paper, 
hosiery, steel, silk, rubber rolls and school 
furniture ; also has iron foundry, large ma- 
chine shops and cotton warp mills, 

JOURNAL; Fridays; four pages; size 

26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1880; 

' S. T. Addis, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

! WINSTED, Litchfield Co.,^^ 2,744 pop., 
at terminus of Naugatuck Rd., 26 m. from 
Hartford and 62 from Bridgeport. Exten- 
sively engaged in manufacturing. Centre 
of trade. 

PRESS ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
26x40: subscription $2; established 1873; Lu- 
cien V. Pinney, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

WOODBURY, Litchfield Co., ^2,149t 

pop., 12 m. from Waterbury. Cutleiy. 

flasks, shot pouches and woolen goods 

manufactured. 

REPORTER; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.5 ; 
established 1877; W. W. Wisegarver, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 

DELAWARE. 

DOVER, C. H., Kent Co., n State capi 
tal, 4,000 pop., on Jones creek, 5 m. from 
Delaware bay, and on Delaware Rd., 48 
from Wilmington and 77 from Philadelphia. 
Sm-rounded by a peach-growing and agri- 
cultural district ; has a large glass factory. 
DELAWAREAN ; Saturdays; demo- 



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cratic ; f oui- pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1859 ; E. Sattlsbuiy, publisher ; 
circulation J 1. 
DELAWARE FAR3I AND HOME; 

Thursdays : agi-icultural ; eight pages ; size 
28x42; subscription $1.50; established 1885; 
Weslev Webb, M. S., editor and publisher 

STATE SENTINEL,; Saturdays; re- 
publican : foiu- pages : size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion §2 ; established 1874 : H. W. Cannon, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

GEORGETOWN, C. H., Sussex Co., 
g 2,273+ pop., on Delaware, Md. & Va. Rd., 40 
m. from Dover and 89 from Wilmington. 
Treat & Go's, placque factory and wood 
novelty works are located here. 

DELAWARE DE310CRAT ; Satur- 
davs ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription §1; established 1882; Delawai-e 
Democrat Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers : circulation K 2. 

SUSSEX JOURNAL.; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x40: subscription 
$1 ; established 1SG7 ; J. B. Clark, editor ; 
Clark & Downham, publishers ; circ'n J 1. 

HARRINGTON, Kent Co., u 1,400 
pop., on Philadelphia, Wilmington & Balti- 
more Rd. An agricultural district. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays ; fom- pages ; 
size 26xlU; subscription §1; established 1883; 
J. E. Horney, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

LiAUREL, Sussex Co,, g 1,200 pop- 
on Broad Creek, and on the Delaware Rd., 
90 m, S. of Wilmington and 6 m. S. of Sea- 
ford. An academy, flour mills and various 
manufactories are situated here. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x34 ; subscription .$1 ; established 18S5 ; Gor- 
don & Keuney. editors and publishers. 

LEWES, Sussex Co., g 3,103t pop., on 
Delaware bay, opposite the Breakwater, and 
at terminus of Delaware, Maryland & Vir- 
ginia Rd., 104 m. from Wilmington and 56 
from Dover. Has fish factories and can- 
neries. 

BREAKWATER LIGHT ; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1871 ; J. H. D. Knowles, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

MIDDLETOWN, N^ew Castle Co., b 
2,000 pop., on Delaware Rd., 25 m. from 
Wilmington. Centre of large agricultural 
and fruit-growing district. Engaged in the 
manufacture of carriages and agricultural 
implements, and the curing and canning of 
fruits. 

NEW ERA ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription %\ ; established 1885 ; G. 
W. Reeve, editor; Freeman & Reeve, editors 
and publishers. 

TRANSCRIPT; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription §2 ; es- 
tablished 1868; Alex. L. Moreau. editor; 
Moreau Bros., publishers ; circulation K 2. 

MILFORD, Kent Co., □ 3,429t pop., on 

Mispillion r. and Delaware, Md. & Va. Rd., 

68 m. from Wilmington, 98 from Phila- 

deluhia. Centre of an agricultural and 

fruit-growing and fruit-curing section. Ship 

building is also largely engaged in. 

CHRONICLE: Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription §1.50; established 
1878 ; Gilman & Townsend, editors and pub 
lishers ; circulation K 2. 



DELA WARE. 



PENINSULAR NEWS AND AD- 
VERTISER ; Saturdays ; independent- 
republican ; four pages ; size 28x^ ; sub- 
scription §1.50; re-established 1857; H. L. Hyn- 
son, editor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

NEWARK, ^''ew Castle Co., i 1,75a 
pop., 12 m. from Wilmington and 40 from 
Philadelphia, on Baltimore & Ohio Rd. Ter- 
minus of Newark & Pomeroy and Newark 
& Delaware City Rds. ; B. & O. goes througli 
centre of town. Farming carried on ; also 
paper and cioth manufacture. Delaware 
State College is located here. 

DELAWARE LEDGER; Saturdays; 
independent ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription .$1.50 ; established 1S77 ; Bowen & 
Bro., editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

DELAWARE COLLEGE RE- 
VIEW: monthly; twenty pages ; size of 
page 8x11 ; subscription .$1 ; established 1883 ; 
Students of Delaware College, editors and 
publishers : circulation K 2 ; a college paper ; 
issued during the collegiate year. 

NEW CASTIiE, C. H., New Castle 
Co., □ 4,0(.>'J pop., on Delaware r., 36 m. from 
Philadelphia, at head of Delaware bay, on 
Del. div. of Phil., Wilmington & Baltimore 
Rd., 5 from Wilmington. Has iron and 
pipe Avorks, cotton factories, woolen, car- 
pet and rolling mills. The surrounding 
country is agricultural; navigation open 
all seasons ; has a good harbor. 

STAR : Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages, size 24x36; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1877; Jos. C. White, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 2 . 

SMYRNA, Kent Co., U 2,800 pop., on 
Smyrna branch of Delaware Rd., 36 m. from 
Wilmington and 60 from Philadelphia. En- 
gaged in the peach trade, and has several 
manufactories. 

RECORD: Saturdays; four pages ; size 
29x44; subscription $1.50; established 1883; 
F. S. Phelps, editor and publisher ; circula 
tion K 2. 

TIMES ; Wednesdays ; four pages ; size 
28x40 ; subscription $2 : established 1854 • 
Robert D. Hoffecker, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

WILMINGTON, ^^ew Castle Co., ti 
50,000 pop., on Delaware r. at junction of 
Christiana. The Philadelphia, Wilming- 
ton & Baltimore Rd. connects with all the 
important cities North and South; termi- 
nus of Delaware Rd., which is the main 
line of the Delaware and Eastern Shore 
system, with branches to every county. 
The Wilmington & Reading, also the Dela- 
ware Western Rds. have their terminus 
here. Engaged in the building of wooden 
and iron steamboats and cars, and manu- 
facturing machinery, cotton and woolen 
goods, morocco, powder and various other 
articles. 

EVERY EVENING AND COM- 
MERCIAL; every evening excejrt Sun- 
da^^ ami |)ELA WARE GA2iETTE 
AND STATE JOURNAL, Thursdays;^; 
independent; four pages; size— daily 24x38, 
weekly 28x42 ; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
$1 ; established— daily 1«66, weekly 1784 ; 
Every Evening Publishing Co.. editors and 
publishers ; circulation— daily G 1, weekly 1 1. 



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FREIE PRESSE; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and I) E T^ A W A R E 
PIONIER, Saturdays; German ; independ 
ent ; four pages ; size— daily 21x30, weekly 
22x.U ; subscription— daily .$5, weekly $3 ; es- 
tablished—daily 1880, weekly 18C.it; Franz 
Scheu, editor and publisher ; circulation — 
dallj' K 2, weekly K 1 . 

MORNING NEWS; every morning ex- 
cept. Sunday, and DELAWARE MORN- 
ING NEAVS, Fridays; republican; four 
pages ; size— daily 24x38, weekly 26x38 ; sub- 
scription—daily $5, weekly 75 cents ; estab- 
lished—daily 1880, weekly 1883; Watson R. 
Sperry, editor ; News Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation— daily G 1, weekly J 2. 

REPUBIjICAN; every evening except 
Sunday, and DELAWARE REPUBLI- 
CAN} Thursdays; republican; four pages; 
size— daily 22x31, weeklj' 29x44 ; subscription 
—daily $3, weekly $2 ; established— daily 18T4, 
weekly 1832 ; Geo. W. Vernon & Sons, editors 
and publishers ; circulation — dailj' G 1, week- 
ly J 2. 

CHRISTIAN COMPANION; Mon 
days ; unsectarian ; four pages ; size 14x21 ; 
subscription 50 cents ; established 1873 ; Rev. 
A. T. Scott, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion J 1 . 

DELA W ARE GAZETTE AND 
STATE JOURNAL: {see Every Even- 
ing and Commercial.) 

DELAWARE MORNING NEWS; 
(see Morninq Neirs.) 

DELAWARE PIONIER; (see Freie 

DELAWARE REPUBLICAN; (see 
Republican.) 

HOME WEEKLA' ; Saturdays ; eight 
pages ; size 21 x28 ; subscription 75 cents ; es- 
tablished 1885 ; Ferris Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

PENINSULA METHODIST; Satur 
days ; methodist episcopal ; eight pages ; size 
27x38 ; subscription $1 ; established 1875 ; Rev. 
T. Snowden Thomas. A. M., editor ; J. Miller 
Thomas, publisher ; circulation I 2 . 

SUNDAY iMORNING STAR; Sun 
days ; four pages ; size 25x40 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1881 ; Star Publishing Co., 
editors and pub ishers ; circulation H 1. 

WILMINGTONIAN; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1882 ; Wilmingtonian Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and Dublishers ; circula- 
tion J 1. 

PLOUGHSHARE ; semi-monthly; ag 
ricultural ; eight pages ; size 22x32 : subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 1885 ; F. E. Bach, 
editor ; Rossiter & Lyndall, publishers. 

RUGBY MONTHLY; eight pages; 
size 17x21 ; subscription 25 cents ; established 
1876; John B. Burnham and John S. Lit- 
tell, editors ; Samuel W. Murphy, publisher ; 
circulation K 1 ; a college paper. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

GEORGETOWN, District of Colum- 
bia, a suburb of Washington. 

COURANT; (see Washington.) 
COLLEGE JOURNAL; (see Washing- 
ton). 

WASHINGTON, C. H. Capital of 
the United States, 195,500 pop., on Potomac 
r. Political centre of United States, contain- 
ing the Capitol and department buildings. 

CRITIC; every evening except Sunday; 
independent ; four pages ; size 24x38 ; sub- 
scription $4.50; established 1868; R. H. Syl- 
vester, editor, Evening Critic Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation G 2. 

EVENING STAR; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and STAR, Fridays; inde- 
pendent ; daily four pages, weekly and Satur- 
day eight pages; size— daily 24x4", weekly, 
size of page 18x24, and Saturday, size of page 
20x24 ; subscription— daily $6, weekly f 1 ; es- 
tablished 1852 ; Crosby S. Noyes, editor ; Even- 

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



ing Star Newspaper Co., publishers; circu- 
lation—daily D 1, weeklyH 2. 

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN; every 
morning except Sunday, and WELKL"i> 

Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size — 
daily 24x38; weekly 24x.">8; subscription — daily 
$6, weekly $1 ; established 18(iO ; National Re- 
publican Co., publishers; circulation— daily 
G 2, weekly G 1. 

POST; every morning, and WEEKLY,. 
Fridays ; democratic ; daily four pages, week- 
ly eight pages ; size— daily 24x38, weekly 
38x46 ; subscription— daily $8, weekly $1 ; es- 
tablished—daily 1877, weekly 1878 : Stilson. 
Hutchins, editor and publisher ; circulation- 
daily G 2. weekly C 1. 

REPORTER ; every morning except 
Sundays : four pages ; size 19x28 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 18S5; F. G. Cowie, pub- 
lisher and manager. 

WASHINGTONER JOURNAL: 
every morning except Sunday ; German ; four 
pages ; size 23x36 ; subscription $6 ; estab- 
lished 1873; Werner Koch, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

AMERICAN; Tuesdays: prohibition i 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; E. D. Bailey, editor ; American 
Publishing Co.. publishers ; circulation I 1 . 

AMERICAN PROTESTANT ; Satur 
days; four pages: size 23x34; subscription 
$2 ; established 1871 ; American Protestant 
Co., editors and publishers. 

ARMY AND NAVY REGISTER; 
Satm-days ; military ; naval ; sixteen pages ; 
size of page 11x14; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1878 ; Edmund Hudson, editor ; Army 
and Navy Register Publishing Co., publish- 
ers ; circulation H 1 ; issue also Hudson's 
Ai-m II and Navy List. 

BEE; Saturdays; four pages ; size 24x35: 
subscription $2; established 1882; W. C. 
Chase, editor ; Bee Publishing Co., publishers ; 
circulation H 1. 

C A PITA L ; Svmdays ; independent ; eight 
pages ; size of page 14x21 ; subscription $2.50; 
established 1871 ; Edmund Hudson, publisher: 
circulation G 1. 

COURANT; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 36x40 : subscription $1 ; established 1885 : 
Excelsior Printing Co., editors and publish- 
ers ; dated at Georgetown. 

CRA FTSM AN ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 22x30; subscription $1; established 1883; 
H. V. Bisbee. editor ; Ramsey & Bisbee, pub- 
lishers ; circulation I 2 . 

DER VOLKS-TRIBUN; Saturdays. 
German ; republican ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1873 ; Carl Roeser, 
editor ; E. Waldecker, publisher ; circ'n J 1. 

FIGARO; isee Baltimore, Md.) 

HATt;HET ; Sundays; humorous; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1883; O. H. Rothacker, editor; Roth- 
acker & Helen, publishers: circulation G 2. 

LAW REPORTER; Saturdays; legal ; 
twenty pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription 
$3; established 1874; George B. Corkhill. 
editor ; John L. Ginck, publisher ; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

MORNING SUN; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 20x26; subscription $1.,50; established 
1883; Sun Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

NATIONAIi FREE PRESS; Sundays; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.30; es 
tablished 1879 ; William J. Armstrong, editor 
and publisher ; circulation G 1. 

NATIONAL TRIBUNE; Thursdays; 
eight pages ; size of page 18x24 ; subscription 
$1; established 1877; National Tribune, editors 
and publishers ; circulation A 1. 

NATIONAL VIEW; Saturdays ; green- 
back ; four pages ; size 25x36 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1879 ; View Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation E 1. 

PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE; Saturdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25; established 1876; J. W. Cromwell 
and George H. Richardson, editors, C. A. Le- 
mar, publisher; circulation K 1. 

REPUBLIC; Sundays; twentj^ pages 
size of page 9x13; subscription $2.50; estab- 



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lished 18T7 ; Thomas H. Heath, manager; cir- 
- dilation H 2. 

SENTlNEIi ; Saturdays ; four pages : size 
27x41 • subscription's; established 1873 ; Louis 
Schade, editor and publisher; circulation 1 1. 

STAR; (see Evening Star.) 

SUNDAY CHRONICLE; Sundays; 

Independent-republican ; four pages ; size 

'27x41 ; subscription $2 ; established 1861 ; J. 

■Q. Thompson, editor ; J. Q. Thompson & Co., 

publishers ; circulation G 1. 

SUNDAY tJAZETTE ; Sundays; in- 
dependent republican ; eight pages ; size 
29x40; subscription $2 ; established 1863 : T. G. 
Morrow, publisher : circulation G 1. 

SUNDAY HERALiD; Sundays; dem- 
■ ocratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription 
§2.50 ; established 1866 ; I. N. Burritt, editor ; T. 
B. Kalbfus, publisher ; circulation G 1. 

SUNDAY NEWS; Sundays ; eight 
•pages ; size 26x40 : subscription .§1 ; established 
188.5; J. W. Sarle, editor, A. Volk, publisher. 

TRAVEL.L.ER; Saturdaj-s; eight pages; 

size 30x44 ; subscription .S2 ; established 1880 ; 

W. H. Hale. M.D.. editor; Traveller Publishing 

Co., publishers ; circulation H 1. Issues also 

Jlealth and Home. 

U. S. GOVERNMENT ADVER- 
'TISER ; Thursdays ; eight pages ; size of 
page 10x14 ; subscription $5 ; established 1882 ; 
Hudson & Co., publishers ; circulation J 1 ; 
government contracts. 

TARIFF RECORD; bi-weekly; four 
npages; size 12xis ; subscription .$1; estab- 
lished 1885; B. Randolph Keim, editor; pub- 
lished under the auspices of the Hamilton 
Protective Tariff League; issued weekly 

• during the session of congress. 

COPP'S L.AND OAVNER ; semi- 
^nonthly ; legal ; public lands ; twenty pages ; 
size of page 9x12; subscription .§3; estab- 
lished 1874 ; Henry N. Copp, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation .J 1 . 

A 31 E R I C A N 3IICROSCOPICAL, 
JOURNALi; monthly; scientific; twenty- 
eight pages octavo ; subscription §1.00 ; estab- 
lished 1880; Romyn Hitchcock, F. R. M. S., 

• editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

BANNER OF UOVE ; monthly; evan- 
: gelical ; eight pages ; size 19x24 ; subscription 
30 cents ; established 1883 ; Isaac Keeler, edi- 
tor and publisher ; does not insert adv'ertise- 
ments. 

COIiLiEGE JOURNAL,; (Georgetown; 
monthly ; twelve pages ; size of page 9x12 ; 
subscription .SI ; established 1872 ; Students of 
Georgetown College, editors and publishers ; 
' circulation K 2 ; a college paper ; issued dur- 
ing the collegiate vear. 

COUNCIL FIRE AND ARBITRA- 
TOR; monthly; reform ; twenty-four pages ; 
size of page 9x12 ; subscription $1 ; established 
,1878; T. A. and M. C. Bland, editors and 
(Oublishers ; circulation K 1. 

COURIER; monthly; four pages; .size 
•;26x40 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 1879 ; 
<.C W. Bennett, editor and publisher ; circula- 
^tion H 1; devoted to information as to sol- 
<diers' pensions, etc. 

HEALTH AND HOME: monthly; 

•eiglit pages ; size of page 14x21 : subscription 

-oO cents ; established 1874 ; W. H. Hale, M. D., 

editor and publisher ; circulation X: issues 

.also The Traveller. 

HUDSON'S ARMY AND - NAVY 
LIST ; monthly; thirty-two pages; .size of 
page 7x10 ; subscription .$2 ; established 1884 ; 
.Army anil Navy Register Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation I ] ; Issue also 
the Army and Navy Register. 

NATIONAL ILLUSTRATED 31 AG- 
AZI \E; monthly ; thirty-two pages octavo ; 
subsciiptioii §1 : established 1884 ; E. J. Gray, 
editor and jiublislier ; circulation G 2. 

PILGRI.M PRESS; monthly; congre- 
gational; twenty pages; size of page 9x12; 
subscriptiDU $1; established 1880; S. M. New- 
man, editor: O. F. Presbrey, manager. 

REAL ESTATE REVIEW; monthly; 
-eight pages ; size of page 13x19; established 
18/8 ; B. H. Warner, editor and publisher ; an 
.advertising sheet. 

REPORTER ; monthly ; legal ; thirty- 



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two pages octavo; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1881 ; A. A. Thomas, editor ; National 
News Bureau, publishers ; circulation G 1. 

UNITED STATES GAZETTE; 
monthly ; eight pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion 75 cents ; established 1873 ; J. H. Soule, 
editor and publisher ; circulation F 2. 

UNITED STATES' GOVERN3IENT 
PUBLICATIONS CATALOGUE; 
monthlj' ; tweuty-two pages ; size of page 
6x10; subscription .$2; established 1885 ; J. H. 
Hickcox, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

VEDETTE: monthly; sixteen pages; size 
24x3S ; subscription $1; established 1880; A. 
M. Kenaday, editor and publisher; devoted to 
interests of Veterans of Mexican War ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

WORKER AND THINKER; month 
ly ; four pages ; size 17x22 ; subscription 50 
cents ; established 1880 ; J. S. Duffle, editor 
and publisher; an adverti.sing sheet. 

AFRICAN REPOSITORY ; quar- 
terly ; thirty six pages octavo ; subscription 
SI ; American Colonization Society, editors 
and publishers ; does not insert advertise- 
ments. 

A3IERICAN ANNALS OF THE 
DEAF AND DU3IB; quarterly; one hun- 
dred and twenty pages octavo ; sub.scription 
$2 ; established 18.56 ; Edxvard Allen Fay, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

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FLORIDA. 

ALTOONA, Orange Co., a on St. 

Johns & Lake Eustis Rd. 

FLORIDA INDEX; Fridays; eight 
pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription $1-50 ; estab- 
lished 1885; Gill & Maund, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

APALACHICOLA, C. H., Franklin 

Co., V] 2,500 pop., on Apalachicola r., with 

four weekly boats to Columbus and waj- 

landings. Engaged in fish and oyster trade; 

also sponge fishing. Lumber and timber 

district. 

TI3IES ; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription S1.50 ; established 1886 ; 
E. H. Cason, editor and publisher. 

APOPKA, Orange Co., U 500 pop., 

on the Tavares, Orlando and Atlantic Rd., 

12 m. from Longwood on South Florida Rd. 

The chief industries are fruit-growing, 

market-gardening and lumbering. A winter 

resort. 

CITIZEN : Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription .$1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1879 ; Brysou & Barker, editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

BARTOW, C. H., Polk Co.,^ 600 pop., 
on Peace r., about 45 m. E. of Tampa, and 
on South Florida Rd. Engaged in farming, 
orange-growing and stcjck-raising. 

INFOR3IANT ; semi-weekly, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription .$1.50; estal)lished 
1881; G. A. Hanson, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

BRONSON, C. H., Levij Co., n 837 
pop.; station on the F. Rd. & N. Co. Has a 
saw mill, cotton ginnery and barrel factory; 
centre of one of the finest fruit and agricul- 
tural sections of the State. 

LEVY COUNTY TI3IES : Tlmrsdays ; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription §2 ; es- 
tablished 1883; J. V. Burke, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation .T l . 

BROOKS VILL.E, C. H., Hernando 

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beet county in Florida for orange growing 

and truck farming. 

REGISTER; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; .subscription $1.50 ; 
^-stablished 1884 ; Cash Tliomas, editor and 
publislier; circulation J 1. 

CALLAHAN, Nassau Co., ^ 200 
pop., on the Atlantic Gulf and West India 
Transit Rd., 27 m. W.S.W. of Fernandina, 
and 20 m. N.W. of Jaclcsonville ; surrounded 
by large pine forests. 

FLORIDA RECORD; Saturdays ; four 
pages; size 24xoti; subscription $2; established 
1884; Wm. MacWilliams, editor and publishei'. 

CEDAR KEYS, I^evy Co., u 2,500 
pop., on sea coast, at the terminus of the 
Florida Rd. and Navigation Co.'s line from 
Fernandina. The shipping point for the 
Gulf coast products. The wood mills of the 
E. Faber and Eagle Pencil Go's are located 
here. 

FLiORIDA STATE JOURNAL ; 

Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
22x32 ; subscription $2 ; established 1875 ; R. H. 
Mcllvaine and J. Ira Gore, editors ; Journal 
Publishing Co., publishers ; circulation K 1. 

CHIPLEY, Washington Co., t] on the 

the Pensacola & Atlantic Rd. 

INTELLIGENCER; Saturdaj's ; four 
pages ; size 22x31 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1885: J. C. Langley, editor and Pub- 
lisher. 

CLEAR "WATER HARBOR, 

Hillsborough Co. P 300 pop. A growing vil- 
lage, situated on the bay of the same name, 
affording a beautiful view of the Gulf of 
Mexico, connected with Cedar Keys by 
steamboat twice a week. Fruit growing, 
fishing and truck farming to a considerable 
extent. 

WEST HILLSBOROUGH TIMES; 

Thursdays ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1884 : C. S. Reynolds, 
editor; A. C. Turner, publisher; circ'n L2. 

COCOA, Brevard Co., g 200 pop.,2 m. 

N. of Rockledge. 

INDIAN RIVER SUN ; Thursdays ; 
independent ; four pages : size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1884; Wm. Barton 
Smith, editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

CRESCENT CITY, Putnam Co., b 
900 pop., on Crescent City Lake, 25 m. from 
Palatka. Orange growing. 
GAZETTE; Thursdays; four pages; size 

20x25; subscription $1.25; established 1885: 

Wm. Simpson, editor ; A. B. Maidl and F. H. 

Brown, publishers. 

DAYTON A, Voliisia Co., a 1,000 pop., 
on Halifax r., 65 m. S. of St. Augustine. En- 
gaged in growing oranges and strawber- 
ries, and in the manufacture of lumber. 

EAST COAST MESSENGER; Thurs- 
days; four pages ; size 24x36; subscripticm $2; 
established 1885; Messenger Printing Co., 
editors and piiblishers. 

HALIFAX JOURNAL; Thursdays; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; F. A. Mann, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, Walton 
Co., "tl 500 pop., 80 m. E. of Pensacola. Seat 
of Florida Chautauqua Assembly. 



WALTON SIGNAL; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages ; size 18x24 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1883 ; W. B. Saunders, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L2. 

DE LAND, Volusia Co., □ 1,250 pop., 

on St. Johns r., 75 m. S. of Palatka, and 162 
m. from Jacksonville. Agricultural, garden- 
ing and fruit neighborhood. 

FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST; 

Wednesdays ; eight pages ; size of page 13x20 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1874 ; C. Codring- 
ton, editor : Codrington & Painter, publish- 
ers ; circulation J 2. 

FLORIDA BAPTIST WITNESS; 
Thursdays ; baptist , four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1884 ; A. P. Ash- 
urst, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

ORANGE RIDGE ECHO; Saturdays; 
four pages ; size "2^1x35 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1883 ; S. Weller Johnson, editor ; 
Echo Publishing Ct)., publishers ; circ'n K 1. 

DE LEON SPRINGS, Volusia Co., 

n 300 pop., on the Jacksonville, Tampa &' 

Key West Rd., 7 m. from De Land. Truck 

farming and oi'ange-growing. 

COURIER; Fridays; eight pages; size 
30x44; subscription $1.50; establiskied 1885; 
Chas. H. Webb, editor and publisher. 

ENTERPRISE, C.H., Volusia Co., D 
800 pop., on Lake Monroe, the head of navi- 
gation on St. Johns r., 198 m. from Jackson- 
ville. Has stores of all kinds and is one of 
the most prosperous towns in this section 
of the State. 

HERALD; Saturdays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1882 ; John W. Count, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

ETJSTIS, Orange Co. a 1,200 pop., on 
Florida Southern Rd., 150 m. from Jack- 
sonville. 

EIISTIS LAKE REGION ; Thursdays; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1884; Charles B. and A. Hewett Hill, 
editors: Hill Printing Co., publishers; circu- 
lation J 1. 

SEMI-TROPICAL; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 20x27 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; George F. Miner, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

FERNANDINA, C. H., Nassau Co., 
ti 3,500 pop., on Amelia Island and Amelia r., 
33 m. from Jacksonville, having a fine har- 
bor and considerable trade. Eastern termi- 
nus of the Florida Transit & Peninsular Rd. 

FLORIDA MIRROR ; Saturdays ; 
eight pages; size 26x38; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1878 ; George R Fairbanks, editor ; 
Florida Mirror Co., publishers; circ'n K 1. 

FORT MEADE, Polk Co., g 650 

pop., 45 m. E. S. E. of Tampa. 

PIONEER ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 
1885 ; F. Q. Crawford, editor and publisher. 

FORT MYERS, Monroe Co., g 350 

pop., situated on the south bank of the 

Caloosahatchee r., 18 m. E. of the Gulf of 

Mexico. Engaged in cultivation of fruit 

cocoanuts, oranges, pineapples, mangoes, 

etc. Centre for cattle men. 

PRESS ; Saturdays, non-partisan ; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; . ubscriptiou $2 ; estab- 
lished 1884; Sherman Adams, editor; Mrs S. 
E. Cleveland, publ?s1: er ; circulation K 1. 



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GAINESVILLE, C. H., Alachua Co., 

^ 4,000 pop., on Florida Transit & Peninsula 
Rd., Savannah, Florida & Western Rd., 100 
m. from Fernandina by rail,60 from Jackson- 
ville, and 40 from Palatka bj' Fla. So. Rd. 
Engaged in agriculture and orange gTOwing. 

NEWS : every morning except Monday, 
and ALACHUA ADVOCATE ; Fridays; 
four pages ; size— dailj' 23x32, weekly _'6x40 ; 
subscription— daily !$5, weekly $1; established 
—daily 1884. weekly 1881 ; McCeary & White, 
editors and publishers; circ'n— vveeklj' J 1. 

ALACHUA ADVOCATE ; (see Neivs.) 

GREEN COVE SPRINGS, C. H., 

Clay Co., ^ S20 pop., on St. Johns r.,30 m. 

from Jacksonville and 45 N. of Palatka. It is 

quite a fruit and vegetable centi'e; the town 

contains a copious sulphur spring. 

SPRING; Saturdays; four pages: size 
22x32 ; subscription §2; established 1880; Lewis 
W. Zim, manager; circulation L2. 

JACKSONVILLE, C. H., Duval Co., 

^ 18,740 pop. (including suburbs), on St. 
Johns r., at terminus of Florida Central & 
Western, Fernandina & Jacksonville and 
Waycross Short Line Rds. A popular win- 
ter resort ; also engaged in commerce and 
centre of trade. Lumbering can-led on, ex- 
porting annually from 60,000,000 to 100,000,- 
000 feet. 

FLORIDA HERALD ; every evening 
except Sundaj' ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription S6 ; established 1883 ; 
John T. Graves editor; Clark and Graves, 
publishers ; circulation J 1. 

FLORIDA TI^IES-UNION ; every 
morning, and FLORIDA TI3IES, Thurs- 
days ; independent-democratic ; four pages ; 
size 29x44 ; subscription- dailv $10, weekly $1; 
established— daily 1881, weekly 1882; Chas. 
H. Jones, editor; Charles H. Jones & Bro., 
publishers ; circ'n— daily H 1, weekly H 1. 

FLORIDA DISPATCH; Mondays; 
twenty pages ; size of page 11x14 ; subscrip- 
tion S2 ; established 1876 ; D. Redmond, editor; 
Chas. W. Da Costa, publisher ; circulation H 1. 

FLORIDA TIMES; (see Florida Times- 
Union,) 

ILLUSTRATED HOTEL NEWS 
AND TRAVELERS' JOURNAL; Sat 
urdays; twelve pages ; size of page 11x16; 
subscription $2 ; established 18S5 ; Charles L. 
Pleasant, editor; Hotel News Co., publishers. 

INDUSTRIAL RECORDER ; Fri 
days; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
.SI ; established 1885; B. T. Allen, editor and 
publisher. 

PEOPLE'S JOURNAL; Saturdays; 
eight pages ; size :^Jx44 ; subscription Sl-50 ; es- 
tablished 1879; People's Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and puljlishers ; circulation J 1. 

SOUTHERN LEADER; Wednesdays; 
independent ; four pages; size 20x26; sub- 
scription S2 ; established 1881 ; J. Willis 
Menard, editor; Willis T. Menard, publisher; 
circulation L 2 

SUNDAY DEMOCRAT ; Sundays ; 
illustrated ; sixteen pages ; size 33x46 ; sub- 
scription .$4; established 18>^5; Sunday Demo- 
crat Publishing Co., editors and publishers. 

TROPICAL PARADISE; Saturdays; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription §2; estab- 
lished 1883 ; John Frank, editor and publish- 
er ; circulation K 1. 

CHURCH AND HOME; semimonth- 
ly ; protestant episcopal ; sixteen pages ; size 
of page 10x14; subscription §1 ; established 
1882; Rev. R. H. Weller, D. D., and J. J. 
Daniel, editors and publishers ; circulation 
K 1. 

COUNTING ROOM MAGAZINE ; 
monthly ; financial ; sixty-six pages ; size 



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7x10 ; subscription $2 ; established 18S5 ; Chas. 
W. Da Costa, editor and publisher. 

FLORIDA MEDICAL AND SUR- 
GICAL JOURNAL ; monthly; medical; 
sixty four pages, octavo ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1885 ; T. O. Summers, M. D., Chas. 
H. Mallett, M. D., and Neal 3Iitchell, M. D., 
editors and publishers. 

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE EX- 
CHAN (iE; monthly; four, pages; size 
22x31 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 1884 ; 
W. T. Forbes & Co., editors and publishers ; 
an advertising sheet. 

JASPER, C. H., Hamilton Co., ± 311+ 
pop., on Florida Branch of Savannah, Fla. & 
Western Rd., about 163 m. S. of Savannah. 
Ga. Produces cotton, sugar, rice, melons, 
oranges and turpentine. In agricultural 
district. Cotton gins and lumber are manu- 
factured. 

COURIER; Saturdays ; democratic r 
four pages; size 2-4x36; subscription $1.25 ; es 
tablished 1879; Allison & De GrafCenried. 
editors and publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

KEUKA, Putnam Co., [^ 500 pop.^ 

19 m. W. of Palatka, on Florida Southern 

Rd. Noted for its charming lakes and 

healthy climate. 

FAMILY COMPANION ; monthly : 
sixteen pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subscription 
75 cents ; established 1882 ; J. H. Moore, editor 
and publisher ; circulation II. 

KEY WEST, C. H., Monroe Co., g 
9,890+ pop., on the Gulf of Mexico. Interested 
in shipping and the production of cigars, 
sponge, turtle and shell-work, fish and 
coral. The Galveston, New^ York, New 
Orleans,Havana and Tampa steamers touch 
at this port three times a week. 

DEMOCRAT ; Saturdays ; democratic ? 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription S2 ; es- 
tablished 1880 ; Knight and Moreno, editors; A. 
B. Campli.i'»lin. publisher; circulation K 1. 

EL JORNALERO : Saturdays; Span- 
ish ; four pages ; size 19x24 ; established 1884 ; 
J. C. Ca.stillo, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

EQUATOR; Wednesdays; English and 
Spanish ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
§2; established 1885; C. B. Pendleton, editor 
and publisher. 

KEY OF THE GULF; Saturdays; in- 
dependent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1874; H. A. Crane, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

KISSIMMEE CITY, Orange Co., n 

on South Florida Rd. 

KISSIMMEE LEADER; Fridays; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1885 ; S. R. Bassett, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

LAKE BUTLER, C. H., Bradford 

Co., ti 250 pop., 60 m. from Jacksonville. 
Makes an especial industry of orange cul- 
ture. Farming and merchandizing en- 
gaged in. 

BRADFORD CO. TIMES ; Satur 
davs ; democratic four pages ; size 20x26 ;: 
subscription SI ; established 1884 ; Levy & Ed- 
wards, editors and publishers ; circ'n L 2 . 

LAKE CITY, C. H., Columbia Co., b 
1,800 pop., on Jacksonville, Pensacola & Mo- 
bile Rd., 106 m. from Tallahassee and 60 
from Jacksonville. Centre of a large mer- 
cantile trade. State Agricultural College is 
located here. 
REPORTER; Fridays; four pages ; size 



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28x44; subscription $2; established 1875; 
Clias. A. Finley, editor and publisiier ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

liAKELAND, Polk Co., g 800 pop., 
at the junction of the South Florida and 
the Florida Southern Rds. Engaged in 
orange culture. A very desirable location. 

NEWS; Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages; size 22x30; subscription ,$l..nO; estab- 
lished 1884 ; G. A. Crichet & D. M. Keys, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation L 2. 

liAKE MAITLAND, Orange Co., n 
100 pop., on a small lake, (i m. from Orlando. 
Orange groves and pine forests here. 
MAlTIiAND COURIER ; (see Mait 

land.) 

XEESBURGH, Sumter Co., u 1,200 
pop., at the headwaters of the Oklawaha, 
and on St. John r., 143 m. from Jacksonville. 
Orange-raising region. 

NEWS; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription .$1.50; estab- 
lished 1882 ; Geo. H. McKie, editor ; J. C. Lan- 
sing & Co., publishers ; circulation K 2. 

XIVE OAK, C. H., Suwanee Co., ^ 
1,000 pop., on Florida Rd. & Navigation 
Co.,, 83 m. E. of Tallahassee. A railroad 
connects with Jesup, on Savannah, Fla. & 
Western Rd. Engaged in the production 
of sugar cane, cotton, sweet potatoes and 
early vegetables. 

FLORIDA BUL.IiETI2j; Saturdays; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1879; D. M. McAlpin, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

FLORIDA INTELLIGENCER ; 
Thursdays ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip 
tion $1 ; established 1832 ; W. L. Whitfield, 
-editor and publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

FLORIDA BAPTIST; monthly; col 
■ored baptist ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1882 ; J. L. A. Fish, 
editor and Dublisher ; circulation L 2 . 

LIVERPOOL, Manatee Co., g 50 
pop., on Place River 6 m. above Charlotte 
Harbor. The head of deep water naviga- 
tion. Has a large warehouse and orange- 
packing establisliment. 

ORANGE GROVE ; monthly; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; John Cross, editor and publisher ; 
circulation I 1 . 

XONGWOOD, Oranf/e Co., D 500 

pop., situated on Southern Florida Rd., 8 m. 

S. of Sanford, the head of navigation of the 

St. Johns River. Truck farming and orange 

groves. 

NEWS ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size20x2fi; 
subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; C. V. S. 
Wilson, editor and publisher. 

MACCLENNY (DARBYVILLE p. 

O.), Baker Co., b 500 pop., on Florida Rail- 
way & Navigation Co., 30 m. W. of Jackson 
ville. 

BAKER f;0. STAR; Fridays; four 
pages; size 24x34; subscription .$2; estab- 
lished 1884 ; R. D. Davis, editor and publisher. 

MADISON, C. H., Madison Co., b 
1,200 pop. Fine farming country, Tallahas 
see being the nearest important town. Has 



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saw and cotton-seed oil mills and cotton 

factories. 

RECORDER; Fridays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $1.50 ; established 1881; J. 
E. Pound, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

MAITLAND (LAKE MAITLAND 

P. O.), Orange Co., D 500 pop., on the South- 
ern Florida Rd. One ice factory, surround- 
ed by tropical fruii groves. 
COURIER; Thursdays ; democratic ; 

eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1885; C. F. Townsend, editor and 
inil)lisher. 

MARIANNA, C. H., Jackson Co., b 
800 pop., 72 m. W. by N. of Tallahassee. Sur- 
rounded by one of the best agricultural re- 
gions in Florida. Trade and railroad centre. 

JACKSON CO. TIMES; Wednesdays ; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 16x22 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1883 ; J. S. Gardner, 
editor and publisher; circulation 1.2. 

WEST FLORIDA COURIER; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $2; established 1865; E. 
D. Oslin, editor ; L. C. Vaughan, publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

MIC A.'NO'PY, Alachua Co., [^ 600 pop., 
on Florida Southern Rd. Orange, vegetable 
and cotton-raising section. 
GAZETTE; Thursdays; independent; 

eight pages ; size 22x31; subscription $1.50; 

established 1882; L. C. Martin, editor and 

publisher ; circulation L 1 . 

MILTON, C. H., Santa Rosa Co., ti 1,430 
pop., connected by steamer and Pensacola 
and Atlantic Rd. with Pensacola and Mo- 
bile, 30 m. distant. Has saw mills, shoe 
and cotton factories. 

SANTA ROSA NEWS ^ Saturdays; 
four pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1881 ; S. T. Walker, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

MONTICELLO,C.H., Jejerson Co.,)^ 
1,300 pop., on a branch of Jacksonville, Pen- 
sacola & Mobile Rd., 31 m. from Tallahassee. 
In an agricultural and cotton-producing 
section. 

CONSTITUTION; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2 ; established 1874 ; F. R. Fildes, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

OCAIjA,C.Ji., Marion Co., n 2,000 pop., 
on Florida Railway and Navigation Co., 
and Florida Southern Rds., in the centre of 
the Peninsula. An agricultural section. 
Sugarcane, oi-anges, lemons. Sea Island cot- 
ton and sweet potatoes are the chief pro- 
ducts ; 5^/i m. from the famous Silver Spring. 
Steamboats landing at the Spring give 
water communication to the town. 
ITEM ; everv morning except Monday, 
and FREE PRESS* Thursdays; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription — daily $6, 
weekly $1 ; established 1885 ; T. W. Harris, 
editor and publisher. 

BANNER; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1866 ; F. E. Harris, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 
FREE PRESS ; (see Item.) 

OCOEE, Orange Co., a 100 pop., 10 m 
W. of Orlando. The centre of the finest 
vegetable-growing district'in the State. 
SOUTH APOKA TIMES ; monthly ; 



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eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription (iO cents ; 
establislied 1885; Oeoee Publisliing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers. 

ORANGE CITY, Volusia Co., u 500 

pop. ; an inland town, 2 ni. fi*om St. Johns 

River, 75 north of Palatka, and TO 

from St. Augustine. It carries on orange 

culture, and also raises Sea Island cotton 

and tropical fruits. The famous Sulphur 

Blue Springs are near by. 

SOUTH FLORIDA TIMES; Satur 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription S1.50; established 1880; B. E. 
Prevatt, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2. 

ORLANDO, C. H., Orange Co., U 2,106 
pop., on South Florida and Tavares, Or- 
lando and Atlantic Rds.,21 m. from Sanford 
and 215 from Jacksonville. Important 
place for orange growing and vegetables. 

GRAPHIC; every evening except Sun- 
day ; four pages ; size 16x22 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1886 ; J. A. Matthews, editor and 
publisher. 

ORANGE CO. REPORTER; Thurs 
days ; democratic ; four pa^es ; size 29x45 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1878 ; Mahlon 
Gore, editor and publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

SOUTH FLORIDA SENTINEL. ; 

Wednesdays ; four pages ; size 29x44 ; sub- 
scription S2 ; established 1S85 ; Latimer C. 
Vaughan, editor and publisher. 

PALATKA, C. H., Putnam Co., b 
3,500 pop., on St. Johns r., 75 m. from Jack- 
sonville, 200 from Tallahassee, and 30 S. W. 
of St. Augustine. Surrounded by an agricul- 
tural section, and interested in the orange, 
cotton and sugar trade. 

NEWS ; everv morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays: daily — four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size daily— 22x.35, 
weekly (size of page) 15x22 ; subscription dailj' 
$5, weekly $1 ; established 1884 ; Benj. Har- 
rison, editor and publisher. 

HERALD ; Tuesdays; four pages; size 
26x40; subscription §2; established 1869; G. 
W. Pratt, editor ; Chas. H. Pratt, publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

SOUTHERN SUN; monthly ; agi-icul- 
tural ; sixteen pages ; size 29x44 ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 1884 ; Ed. Rumley, 
editor; Charles E. Wairen, publisher; circu- 
lation L 2 . 

PENSACOLA, C. II., Escambia Co., 
□ 9,027 pop., on Pensacola bay, and at the 
southern terminus of the Pensacola division 
of the Louisville & Nashville Rd. Western 
terminus of the Pensacola and Atlantic Rd., 
8 m.from the Gulf of Mexico, 64 E. of Mo- 
bile. Has a fine harbor, and is engaged in 
commerce and lumber trade. 

ADVANCE-GAZETTE ; semi-weekly, 
Tviesdays and Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 26x40 ; subscription §2.50; estab- 
lished 1822 ; Frank Phillips, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 1. 

COMMERCIAL; semi-weekly, Wednes 
days and Saturdays ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription .$2; established 1882; Commer- 
cial PuDlishiug Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 2. i^~ Actual averarie circula- 
tion for one year prccedinq Jan 2, 1886, as per 
statement on file at the office of the American 
Newspaper Directory, 928 copies. 

PENSACOLIAN ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages: size 35x48; subscription 
$2.50; established 1883; John O'Conner, editor 
and publisher; cii'culation K 1. 



PINE LEVEL, C. H., Manatee Co., g 

300 pop., 325 m. from Tallahassee. Orange 

culture and cattle raising are the principal 

industries. 

TIMES ; Tuesdays ; eight pages , size 
26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1883 ; 
Oscar T. Stanford, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

PLANT CITY, Hillshoro Co., g 400 
pop., 22 m. E. of Tampa on So. Florida Rd. 
An important shipping point for oranges 
and vegetables. 

SOUTH FLORIDA COURIER ; 

Saturdays ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1884 ; F. W. Merrin & 
Sons, editors and publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

QUINC Y, C. H., Gadsden Co., \d 639t 

pop., on Florida Central & Western Rd., 

24 m. from Tallahassee. In one of the 

best agricultural sections of the State, 

which is rapidly filling up with settlers 

from the North ; a promising town. 

HERALD; Saturdays; four pages; size 
23x32; subscription $2; established 1876; W. 
W. Keep, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 2. 

ST. AUGUSTINE, C. H., St. John^it 
Co., ^ 3,400 pop., on Bay of St. Augu.stine, 
one of the largest cities in the State, having 
considerable trade, and a favorite resort 
for travelers in winter ; 36 m. S. of Jackson- 
ville and 15 E. of St. Johns r., on St. Johns 
Rd. and the Jacksonville, St. Augustine & 
Halifax River Rds. 

PRESS; Mondays; independent; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1870; John P. Whitney, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

ST. JOHN'S WEEKLY; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1881 ; M. R. Cooper, 
editor : C. M. Cooper, publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

NATURALIST IN FLORIDA; bi 

monthly; four pages; size 17x23; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 1884 ; C. J. Maynard, 
editor and publisher ; an advertising sheet. 

SANrORD, OrangeCo., D 2,000pop., 
on St. Johns r., 193 m. S. of Jacksonville, from 
which citj' steamers ascend daily. Northern 
terminus and official headquarters of South 
Florida Rd. Sanford is a shipping point 
for oranges, and for the supply to Northern 
markets of early vegetables. 
SOUTH FLORIDA ARGUS; tri 
weekly, Wednesdays. Fridays and Sundays; 
four pages; size 2Sx44 ; subscription $2.00: 
established 1884 ; S. A. Adams, editor ; Sanford 
Publishing Co.. publishers; circulation K 2. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; independent 
democrat ; four pages; size 28.x44; subscrip- 
tion §2; established 1874; J.J Harris, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SEVILLE, Volusia Co., n 150 pop.^ 

10 m. N.W. of Volusia. 

FLOItlDA GAZETTE; Saturdays; 
democratic; fourpat,'es; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1884; B. M. Miller, ed- 
itor and publisher ; circulation L 1 . 

STARKE, Bradford Co., [j 984 pop.,, 
on Florida Rd. & Navigation Cc, 45 m. S. W. 
from Jacksonville. An agricultural sec- 
tion, producing cotton, corn, sugar, oranges 
and lemons. 
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days ; conservative ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $2 : estal)lished 1879 ; S. D. Moore, 
editor and Dublislier ; circulation K 1. 

SUMTERVILLE, C. H., Sumter 
Co., D 500 pop. , 37 m. from Ocala. Orange 
and stock raising the chief industries. 

T I 31 E S ; Fridays ; democratic ; four 

f>ages ; size 24x35; subscription $1; estab- 
ished 1882 ; John F. Shecut, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

TALLAHASSEE, C. H., Leon Co., "n 

State capital, 2,891 pop., on the Florida 

Railway & Navigation Co. 

TALLiAHASS-iEAN ; semi-weekly, Wed- 
nesdays and Saturdays ; four pages ; size 
22x31 ; subscription $2 ; established 1881 ; R. 
Don McLeod, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation J 2. 

FL.ORIDIAN; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 27x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1828 ; Dorr & Bo wen, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation 1 1 . 

TAMPA, C.H., Hillsborough Co.,g2,800 
pop., on Tampa bay. It has a good harbor. 
Terminus of the South Florida Rd. One of 
the most important places in Southern 
Florida. It has three large cigar factories 
in successful operation. 

GUARDIAN; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1873 ; James T. Magbee, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x40 : subscription $2 ; established 
1876 ; T. K. Spencer and E. D. Seales, editors ; 
T. K. Spencer, publisher; circulation J 2. 

COURIER: monthly; four pages; size 
21x32 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 1885; 
Hillsborough County Real Estate Agency, 
editors and publishers ; an advertising sheet. 

TA^7'A'R'ES,0range Co., a 500 pop., 200 

m. from Jacksonville, on Florida Southern, 

Florida Railway & Navigation Co., and 

Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic Rd. Steamboat 

shipping point for Ocklawaha Lakes. Saw, 

planing mills and machine shops. 

H E R A L. D ; Thursdays ; independent- 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1882; T. W. Greenslitt, 
editor; Sweet & Greenslitt, publishers; circu- 
lation L 2 . 

TITUSVILLE, C. H., Brevard Co., g 
200 pop., at head of Indian River on Florida 
coast. Southern terminus of the A. C, St. 
Johns & I. R. Rds. Orange, vegetable, and 
merchandise shipping point. Stock raising 
and cultivation of tropical and semi trop- 
ical fruits extensively engaged in. 
FLORIDA STAR; Wednesdays; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1880; Ellis B. Wager, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

"WALDO, ^Zac/iwa Co., [^ 900 pop., on 

Florida Rd. & Navigation Co. at junction of 

Peninsula Rd., leading from Fernandina to 

Orlando, and Transit Rd., to Cedar Keys, 

Santa Fe Canal, 15 m. from Gainesville— 

the county seat. In the midst of Orange 

Belt and truck farms. A thriving and I'ap- 

idly growing place of trade. 

ADVERTISER : Wednesdays ; four 
pages: size 24x36; subscription $2; established 
1883: Jno. B. Johnston, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 



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"WILD WOOD, Sumter Co., n 550' 

pop., at junction of Florida Railway & 

Navigation Co. and Leesburg& Indian River 

Rds. A place of trade, fruit and vegetable 

raising and lumber manufacturing. 

OR ANGE-LiEA F ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1883 ; Adrian P. Jordan, editor ; 
Isaac A. Barwick, publisher ; circulation L 2 . 



GEORGIA. 



AC WORTH, Cobb Co. i 800 pop., on 

Western & Atlantic Rd.,35m, N.W. of At- 
lanta. 

NEWS AND FARMER; Saturdays; 
four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1883 ; E. Christian, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

ALBANY, C. H., Dougherty Co., p 
3,216+ pop., on Flint r., and Albany branch 
of Savannah, Fla.& Western Rd. Southwest- 
ern and Brunswick & Western Rds. termi- 
nate here : 260 m.W. of Savannah. An agri- 
cultural county, which produces cotton,, 
sugar cane, rice and corn. 

MEDIUM ; every evening except Satur- 
day and Sunday morning, and WEEKIilT 

Saturdays ; four pages ; size— daily 18x26^ 
weekly 24x:W ; subscription— dally $3, weekly 
.$1; established— daily 1883, weekly 1883; 
James W. Hanlon, editor: Hanlon & Stephens, . 
publishers ; circulation— weekly K 1. 

NEWS AND ADVERTISER ; every 
morning except Monday, and WEEK-LiY, 
Saturdays; four pages; size— daily 19x25,. 
weekly 30x48 ; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
$2; established— daily 1880, weekly 1845; H. M. 
Mcintosh & Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation-daily L 2 , weekly I 2 . 

ALPHARETTA, C. H., Afilton Co.^ 

C^ 230 pop., 28 m. N. from Atlanta. Engaged 

in the manufactui-e of wagons, boots and 

shoes. 

MILTON DEMOCRAT; Tuesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 20x26 ; subscrip- 
tion 75 cents , established 1882 ; William A. 
Porter, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

AMERIGUS, C. H., Sumter Co., p 
5,000 pop., on Muckalee Creek and the South- 
western Rd., 73 m. S. W. from Macon, at 
junction of Southwestern and Americus, 
Preston & Lumpkin Rds. In an extensive 
cotton and sugar cane producing region ^ 
and the centre of a large trade. Several 
institutions of learning located here. 

RECORDER ; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays ; daily 
four pages, weekly eight pages ; size— tlaily 
22x30, weekly 30x44 ; subscription $6, weekly 
$2; established 1879; W. L. Glessner, editor 
and publisher; cii'C'n— daily L2, weekly J 1. 

SUMTER REPUBLICAN; semi- 
weekly, Wednesdays and Saturdays, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays; independent; four- 
pages ; size— semi-weekly 24x36, weekly 26x40 ;. 
subscription — semi-weekly $4, weekly $2;. 
established — semi-weekly 1865, weekly 1854 ^ 
Republican Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circ'n— semi-weekly L 2, weekly K 2. 

ATHENS, C. H., Clarke Co., b 7,750* 
pop., on Oconee r., and Athens branch of 
Georgia Rd. and terminus of Northeastern 
Rd., about 100 m. W. by N. of Augusta, 
Centre of a cotton-growing district. Con- 



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siderable manufacturing carried on. Seat 

of Georgia University. 

B A X \ E K - W A T C II :>I A N ; every 

morning except Sunday, SUNDAY BAN- 
NER-WATCHMAN, Sundays, and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size — daily 22x30, weekly 3Ux44; Sun- 
day 24x:i() : subscription— daily §5, Sunday $1, 
weekly $1 ; established— daily and Sunday 
1880, weekly 1824; T. L. Gantt, editor and 
publisher ; cii'culation— daily K 1, Sunday K 1, 
weekly I 1 . 

CHRONICLE ; Saturdaj's ; four pages; 
size2(ix40; subscription Si ; established 18TS; 
H. H. Phiuizy, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion J 1. 

SUNDAY BANNER-AVATCHMAN ; 

(see Banner Watchman.) 

UNIVERSITY REPORTER; Satur 
days ; four pages ; size of page 9x12 ; suliscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 18S0 ; Students of Georgia 
University, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion L 1 ; a college paper ; issued during the 
collegiate j-ear. 

PROGRESS; monthly; eight pages; 
size 22x31 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 
1885 ; Progress Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

ATLANTA, C. H.. FuUon Co., ^ 
State capital, 55,000 pop., at junction of six 
important railroads. Cotton is brought 
here from the surrounding counties for 
manufacture and shipment. A trade and 
manufacturing centre, one of the most 
important and enterprising cities in the 
South. 

CONSTITUTION; every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays; democi-atic ; daily 
—eight pages ; weekly twelve pages ; size of 
page 16x22; subscription— dailj- $10, weekly 
$1.25; established 18(58; Constitution Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers ; circulation — 
daily G 2, weekly C 2. 

EVENING CAPITOL ; every evening 
except Sunday ; four ]jages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription .S4; established 18S5; I. "W. Avery, 
editor, Capitol Co., publishers. 

JOURN'AL ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKL Y% Thursdays ; daily four 
pages ; weekly eight paws ; size— daily 24x35; 
weekly, size of page 15x21 ; subscription- 
daily $5, weekly 50 cents ; established— dailj' 
1883, weekly 1885; Atlanta Journal, editors 
and publishers; circulation— daily H 1. 

CHRISTIAN HERALD; Saturdays; 
methodist episcopal ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1884 ; Christian 
Herald Publishing Co., editors antl publishers; 
circulation K 2. 

CHRISTIAN INDEX; Thursdays; 
baptist ; sixteen pages ; size of page 11x15 ; 
subscription $2.50 ; established 1821 ; Henry 
H. Tucker, editor, Harrison, Lawton & Co., 
publishers ; cii'culation G 2. 

DEFIANCE: Saturdays; indepentlent ; 
four iiages ; size 22x32 : subscription $1-50 ; es- 
tablished 1881 ; W. A. Pledger, editor, Burnett 
& Pledger. ])ublishers ; circulation H I. 

LIGHT FOR THINKEIIS; Satur 
eight pages ; size 22x.32 ; 
establishe<l 1883: G. W. 
Ladd, publisher ; circula- 



days; spiritualist ; 
subscription $1.5U; 
Kates, editor; A. C. 
tion .1 1 . 

MAIL; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size of page 20x26 : subscription $1.25 ; 
established 1882; E. Y. Clarke, publisher; cir- 
culation H 1. 

N AT I O N A Ij ; Thursdays ; repuljlican ; 
eight pages ; size 32x44 ; subscription .$2 ; es- 
tablished 1882 ; John L. Conley, editor and 
publishei- ; circulation 12. 

NEW WO It KING WORLD; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 20x26; subscription 
.«;4; established 1885; New World Publishing 
Co., editors niid publishers 

SUNDAY TEI>EGRA>I; Sunda.vs; 
eight pagc.*^ ; size of page 15x22 ; subscrii)tion 
."5S1.25 ; established 1885. 



GEORGIA. 



SUNNY SOUTH; Saturdays; eight 
pages ; size 32x46 ; subsci-iption $2 ; estab- 
lished 1875 ; John H. and W. B. Seals, edi- 
tors and publisliers ; circulation F 2. 

TEMPERANCE ADVOCATE ; Satur 
days ; proliibition ; eight pages : size 22x32 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; Smith & 
Strong, editors and publishers; circulation 
K2. 

CHRISTIAN TELESCOPE; semi 
mouthiy ; primitive christian : four pages ; 
size 19x26 ; subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; 
Alex. C. Smith, editor and publisher : circida- 
tion J 1. Z^ir" Actual average circulation for 
one j/earjjreceding Dec. 15, 1885, as per state- 
ment on file at the office of tJte American 
Xeivspajyer Directory, 1,002 copies. 

DIXIE; monthly: fifty pages; size of 
page 9x12; subscription Si; established 1885; 
Chas. H. WeUs, editor ; The Dixie Co., pub- 
lishers. 

ECLECTIC STAR ; monthly ; eight 
pages ; size 18x24 ; subscription 50 cents ; M. T. 
Salter, editor and publisher ; circ'n J 1 . 

GEORGIA ECLECTIC MEDICAL 
JOURNAL; monthly ; medical : fort.v 
pages octavo ; subscription $2 ; established 
1879; Joseph Adolphus, M. D., editor; S. T. 
Biggers, M. D., and W. M. Durham, M. D., pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 2. 

I>IEDICAL AND SURGICAL 
JOURNAL : monthly; medical; 114 pages 
octavo : subscription $2.50 ; established 1855 ; 
W. F. Westmoreland, M. D.. H. V. M. Miller, 
M.D., and James A. Gray, M. D., editors ; 
James P. Harrison & Co., publishers ; circula- 
tion H 1 : issue also Soutfiern Cultivator and 
Dixie Farmer. 

PRESBYTERIAN; monthly; presby- 
terian ; thirty two pages : size of page 11x15; 
subscription $2; established 1884: Atlanta 
Book and Paper Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

SOI THERN CULTIVATOR AND 
DIXIE FARMER; monthly; agricul- 
tural; sixty-four pages; size of page 9x12; 
subscription $1.50; established 1839; J. P. 
Harrison & Co., editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation D 1 ; issue also Medical and Suryical 
Journal. 

SOUTHERN DENTAL JOURNAL; 
monthly ; dental ; sixty-eight pages octavo ; 
subscription .$2 ; established 1882 ; B. H. Cat- 
ching, editor ; R. A. Holliday, publisher ; cir- 
culation K 2. 

SOUTHERN EVANGELIST: month 
l.y ; undenominational; sixteen pages; size 
of page 10x13 ; subscription 5(i cents; estab- 
lished 1835 ; W. A. Hemphill, editor and pub- 
lisher; in.serts advertisements on last page 
onlv. 

SOITHERN IN DUSTRIA L RAl L- 
ROAD RECORD; monthly ; railroad ; 
commercial ; twenty-four pages ; size of page 
11x15 : subscription $1 ; established 1831 ; Rec - 
ord Publishing Co., editors and publishers ; 
A. L. Harris, manager ; circ'n (i 2. t^~ Actual 
average circulation for one year preceding 
Jan 1, 18S6, as per statement on Jile at the 
office of the American Neicspaper Directory. 
9,94(> copies. 

SOUTHERN INDUSTRIES; month- 

Iv ; commercial: fifty ])anes ; size of page 
9x12: subscription .si ; established 1883; C. M. 
Gardner, editor; C. M. Gardner & Co., pub- 
lishers. 

SOUTHERN MEDICAL RECORD; 

monthly; meflical ; seventy-ft)ur i)ages octa- 
vo; subscription $2; established 1870; T. S. 
Pcnvell, M. D., and R. C. Word, M. D., editors ; 
Bergstrom & Co., publishers ; circulation K 2. 

SPELMAN MESSENCiER; monthly; 
eiKht pages; size of page 9x12; subscrij^lion 
25 cents; established 18X4; C. M. Grover, e<l- 
itor. Students of .Si)elman Seminary. i)ub- 
lishers; a school paper; issued during the 
school vear. 

STATE, TOWN AND COUNTRY; 

monthly: thirty two i)ages; size of page 
8x11 ; sub-cri])tion 50 cents; established 1884 
Atlanta Book and Pa|)er Publishing Co., ed- 
itors and publishers. 



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AUGUSTA, C. H., liichmond Co., o 
31,500 pop., on Savannah r., at the head of 
navigation, and at terminus of Georgia Rd. 
Nine important railroads connect at this 
point. Engaged in manufacturing and cot- 
ton trade. Numerous flour mills and other 
commercial industries are located here. The 
city is handsomely built ; is situated 231 m. 
from the mouth of the Savannah r. It is 
VM m. N. N. W. of Savannah and 136 N. W. 
of Charleston. It is one of the first cities 
in the South in manufacturing importance. 

CHRONICIjE; every moi-ning except 
Monday, and every evening except Sunday, , 
and WEERLi Y, Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
twelve pages ; daily and evening eight pages; 
«ize — daily (size of page) i2x\5, Sunday and 
wieekly 34x44 ; subscription — morning $10, 
evening $6, weekly $1.25 ; established— daily 
1785, weekly 1786 ; Chronicle Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers ; circulation— morning 
I 1 , evening K 2. weekly H 1. 

EVENING NEWS: every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and NEWS, Thursdays; inde- 
pendent; daily four pages, weekly eight pages; 
size— daily and weekly 24x36 ; subscription — 
daily $5, weekly $1.50; established 1877; Wm. 
H. Moore, editor; James L. Gow, John M. 
Weigle and W. H. Moore, publishers ; circu- 
lation — daily .1 2, weekly L2. 

GEOR G I A B A PT T S T ; Thursdays ; 
baptist ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
S1.50 ; established 1881 ; Williani J. White, edi- 
tor; Georgia Baptist Printing Co., publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

NEWS ; (see Evening Neu-!>.) 

SENTINEIi ; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 
1S,S5; R. R. Wright. E. K. Love and S. A. Mc- 
N^eal, editors ; Sentinel Pub. Co., publishei's. 

BAINBRIDGE, C. H., Decatur Co., p 

1,925 pop., on Flint r., near S. W. corner of 
the State. Terminus of Savannah, Fla. & 
Western Rd., 236 m. from Savannah. Im- 
portant as a shipping point. 

DEMOCRAT: Thursdays; democratic: 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1871 ; Ben. E. Russell and J. M. 
Brown, editors and publishers; clrc'n L 2. ', 

BARNESVILL.E, Pike Co., -a l,962t i 
pop., on Macon & Western Rd., 40 m. from 
Macon, and 18 from Griffin, and at junction ' 
of Upson Co. Rd. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; 
i'stablished 1868 : J. C. McMichael, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

MAIIj : Fridays; eight pages; size 30x44; 
subscription $1.50; established 1880; A. Y. 
Harris, editor and puVjlisher: circulation K 1. 

ORTHODOX DEMOC RAT ; Thurs 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x.S6 ; 
subscription $1..50 ; established 1885 ; Wm. S. 
AVhitaker, editor and publisher. 

BAXL.EY, C. H., ApjJliag Co., 0, 200 

pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & Geoi-gia 

Rd,, 120 m. from Macon. Naval stores are 

here and farming is extensively carried on. 

BANNER; Thursdays; four pages; size 
^2x32; .subscription $1.50; established 1885; 
^y. p. Ward, editor and publisher ; clrc'n L 2. 

BL.ACKSHEAR,C. H., Pierce Co., a, 
778 pop., on Savannah, Fla. & Western ' 
Iilne, 87 m. from Savannah. Lumbering 
and turpentine production are carried on. 
Raises also cotton, corn, sweet potatoes, 
fruit and I'ice. 
4E5EORGIAN ; Wednesdays; four pages; 



size 20x32 ; subscription $1 50; established 1885 ; 
Beardwell & Hughes, editors andpublishers. 

BLAKELY, C. II., Early Co., p JOO 
pop., about 9 m. from Chattahoochee r., 80 
m. S. of Columbus, and 40 N. W. of Bain- 
bridge. Terminus of Southwestern Rd. 
from Macon. Surrounded by an agricul- 
tural district. Chief products— sugar cane, 
I sweet potatoes, cotton and corn. 

EA RI. Y CO. NEWS ; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$1.50; establi-shed 1859; A. J. & W. W. Flem- 
ing, Jr., editors and publishers ; cir'n L 2. 

, BLUFFTON, Clay Co., J3 250 pop., 

50 ni. N. W. of Albany, and 50 S. E. of Eu- 

faula, Ala., and 10 m. from nearest Rd. point. 

SPRINGS; Thursdaj's; four pages; size 
24x:35 ; subscription $1.25 : established 1884 ; 
Joshua Jones, editor and publisher ; cir'n L 2 . 

BRUNSWICK, C. H., Glynn Co., O^ 

5,725 pop., terminus of E. T., Va. & Ga. and 

Erlenger system of Rds., 186 m. S. E. of 

Macon. Headqarters of the B. & W. Rd, It 

has a spacious harbor, and is the centre of 

considerable trade and commerce. Large 

yellow pine lumber market. Has two 

weekly lines of steamers to New York. 

BREEZE ; exery evening except Sunday 
and Sunilay morning; four pages; size 16x26; 
subscription $3; established 1884; Illidge & 
Nelson, editors and publishers ; circ'n K 1. 

ADVERTISER AND APPEAL.; 

serni-weekly ; Wednesdays and Saturdays; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1875 ; T. G. Stacy & Son, editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

HERAIjD : semi-weekly; Wednesdays 
and Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
22x30 ; subscription $2 ; established 1883 ; J. B. 
Bingham, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

BUCHANAN, C. H., Haralson Co., ^ 

350 pop., 50 m. W. of Atlanta. 

HARALSON CO. BANNER ; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub.scriptiozi 
$1 ; established 1884 ; A. B. Fitts, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 2^^ Actual aver- 
age circulation for one year lyreceding Nov. 
14, 1885, as per statement on file at the office of 
the American NeivsjJaper Directory, 852 
copies. 

BUENA VISTA, C. H., Afarion Co., -a 

529+ pop. Centre of a fine cotton-growing 

counti-j'- 

MARION CO. CLIPPER: Thurs 
days ; four pages; size 26x40: subscription $1 ; 
established 1SS5; Thomas B. Lumpkin, editor 
and publisher. 

MARION CO. SENTINEL ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription $1.25; established 1875; B. J. 
Daniel, editor ; F. L. Wisdom, publisher; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

BUTLER, C. H., Taylor Co., -a 1,500 
pop., on Southwestern Rd. 

HERALD ; Tuesdays; four pages; size 
26x40: sub.scription $1.50; established 1876 ; W. 
N. Bemis. editor and publisher : circ'n L 2. 

GOSPEL MESSENGER; monthly; 
pri)nitive baptist ; sixty pages octavo ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1878 ; Elder J. R. Res- 
pess, editor and publisher ; circulation H 1. 

CALHOUN, C. H., Gordon Co.,\2 700 
pop., on Western & Atlantic Rd., 80 m. from 
Atlanta and 60 from Chattanooga. Sur- 
rounded by an agricultural district and 



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centre of trade. Chief products tobacco, 
wheat, potatoes, cotton and corn. Stock 
raising is largely engaged in. 

TI31ES ; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1..50: estab- 
lished 1870 ; H. A. Chapman, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

CAMILLA, C. H., Mitchell Co., p 700 
pop., on Savannah, Florida & Western Rd., 
26 m. from Albany. A rich farming section, 
producing cotton, corn, oats, sugar cane 
and sweet potatoes. 

SOUTH GEORGIA CLARION; Fri 

days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $2; established 1882; John L. 
Underwood, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 2. 

CANTON, C. H., Cherokee Co., b 600 
pop., on M. & N. G. Rd. A trade centre. 
Mining, farming and milling. 

CHEROKEE ADVANCE; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.00; established 1880; Ben F. Perry, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

CARNESVILLE, C. Yi., Franklin Co., 
cf 400 pop., on the line of the Carnesville 
Rd., now in course of completion. 

FRANKLIN CO. REGISTER ;Thurs 
days ; democratic ; four pages; size 22x30; sub- 
scription .$1.23 ; established 1873 , Kllen J. 
Dortch, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

CARROLLTON, C. H., Carroll Co., 
■a 1,200 pop., at terininus of Savannah, 
Griffin & North Ala. Rd., about 25 m. N. W. 
of Newnan, in an agricultural and stock- 
raising section. 

CARROLL. CO. TIMES; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 18?2 ; J. B. Beall, editor 
and publisher : circulation K 2. 

CARROLL FREE PRESS; Fridays; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1883 : Edwin R. Sharpe, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

CARTERS VILLE, C. H., Bartow 

Co., Yd 2,037+ pop., on Western & Atlantic Rd., 
48 m. from Atlanta, and at junction of 
Cherokee Rd. 

AMERICAN; Tuesdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1882 ; American Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

COIJRANT ; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 24x36: subscription S1..50; established 
1885: Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Felton, editors and 
publishers. 

WAY OF LIFE; semi-monthly; pro- 
motion of holiness ; four pages ; size 22x:3(J ; 
subscription §1; established 1883; Kev. W. A. 
Dodge, editor and puljlislier ; circulation I 1 . 

CAVE SPRING, Floyd Co.i\2 835 
pop., 16 m. from Rome. On Rd. Location 
of State Deaf and Dumb School. A good 
agricultural region. 

CONGREGATIONAL METHO- 
DIST; semi-monthly; congregational meth- 
odist; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1877 ; L. J. Jones, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

CEDARTOWN, C. H., Polk Co., >j 
843+ pop., 2<1 m. fi'om Rome, on East & West 
Rd. of Alabama, projected from Gaines- 
ville to Birmingham, Ala., and terminus of 
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GEORGIA. 



manufactures. Trade centre for wide dis- 
trict. 

ADVERTISER ; Thursdays ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1878 ; D. B. Freeman, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

CLARKESVILLE, C. H., Haber- 
sham Co., rf- 500 pop., on Xorth Eastera 
branch of Richmond & Danville Rd., 85 m. 
N. E. of Atlanta and 60 N. of Athens. Cotton 
and woolen milling, stock and fruit raising, 
are the principal industries. 

ADVERTISER: Tuesdays; four pages; 
size 18x26 ; subscription $1 ; established 1880 ; 
Alex. Church, editor and publisher; cii-cula- 
tion L 2. 

COCH.H AN , Pukiski Co., a 2,000 pop. 

Engaged in farming and vegetable raising. 

MESSENGER ; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 24x35 ; subscription, $1.50 ; established 
1884 ; Chas. R. Mitchell, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

COLUMBUS, C. H., Muscogee Co., -a 
14,000 poiJ. ; suburban pop. 9,000 ; head of 
navigation on Chattahoochee r.; terminus 
Southwestern Rd., Columbus & Rome Rd. 
in Ga., and Columbus & Western and Mo- 
bile & Girard Rds. of Ala. Largest cotton 
manufacturing place in the South. 

ENQUIRER-SUN ; every morning ex- 
cept Monday and Sundav, ENQUIRER, 
Tuesdays, and SUNDAY ENQUIRER, 

Sundays ; democratic ; four pages ; daily eight 
pages ; size— daily S0x42, Sunday and weekly 
28x43; subscription — daily $7, weekly $1.10^ 
Sunday $1 ; established— daily 1858, weekly 
1828, Sunday 1871 ; John King, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation— daily 1 1 , weekly H 1, 
Sunday I 1 . 
ENQUIRER ; (see Enquirer-Sun.) 
SUNDAY E N <i U I RE R ; (see Enquii-er- 
Snn.) 

CONYERS, C.U., Rockdale Co., n 1,800+ 
pop., on Georgia Rd.. 141 m. W. of Augusta. 

and 31 m. E. of Atlanta. Principal indus- 
tries are cotton-raising and milling. 

FARMER ; Saturdays ; independent ; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.25 ; 
establislied 1878; J. I. Coleman and R. J. 
Gunn, editors and publishers ; circ'n L 2 . 

SOLID SOUTH; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 22x30; sub.scription $1.25; established 
1883; John R. Maddox and M. D. Irwin, edi- 
tors ; Solid South Publishing Co., publishers ; 
circulation K 1. 

COVINGTON, C. H., Newton Co., n 
1,800 pop., on Georgia Rd., 1:30 m. from Au- 
gusta, 41 from Atlanta; in an agricultural 
district. Two colleges, male and female - 
also two factories, cotton and agricultural 
machinery, are located here. 

GEORGIA ENTERPRISE; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages : size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1865: S. W. Hawkins, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

STAR; Wednesdays; democratic ; four 
pages: size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1874 ; J. W. Anderson, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

CRAWFORDVILLE, C. H., Talia- 

ferro Co., G 600 pop., on Georgia Rd., 64 m. 

from Augusta. Has carriage and other 

shops. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages; size :30x44; sub.scription $1.3'); 



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established 1876; Clem. G. Moore, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

GUMMING, C.H., Forsyth Co., i 250t 
pop., 40 ni. N. of Atlanta, near line of Char- 
lotte & Atlanta Rd. On high ground, in 
a cotton, grain and fruit section. 

CLiARION; Fridays; four pages; size 
22x31 ; subscription $1 ; established 1875 ; Isaac 
S. Clement, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

CUTHBERT, C. H., Randolph Co., p 
2,l2yt- pop., on Southwestern Rd., 118 ni. 
from Macon, and 26 from Euf aula. A cotton 
factory and several institutions of learning 
are located here. 

ENTERPRISE AND APPEAL. ; 

Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
27x42 ; subscription .$1.50 ; established 1881 ; 
J. W. Stanford, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation J 1 . 

DAHLONEGA, C. H., Lumpkin Co., 

^ 1,012 pop., on Yahoda r., between Ches- 
taee and Etowah rs., 70 m. N. by E. of At- 
lanta ; seat of North Georgia State Agri- 
cultural College; surrounded by Apalachian 
gold belt ; a good agricultural district. 

S I G N A Tj ; Fridays ; democratic, four 
pages ; size 22x31 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1840 ; D. C. Sutton, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1 ; issued daily during 
commencement week of the N. G. A. Col- 
lege. 

SIG3IA NU DELTA; quarterly; college 
secret society ; thirty-two pages octavo ; 
subscription $1; established lS8o ; Alexander 
Howard, editor; Sigma Nu Fraternity, pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2 ; a college paper ; 
Issued during the collegiate year. 

DALLAS, C. H., Paulding Co., ^ 700 

pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia 

Rd. 

NEW ERA; Fridaj's; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $1.50; Wm. A. Bracken- 
ridge, editor and publisher ; circulation L2. 

DALTON, C. H., Whitfield Co., ^2,800 

pop., on Western & Atlantic Rd., and East 

Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Rds., 100 ni. 

from Atlanta and 36 from Chattanooga, 

Tenn. Engaged in agriculture and stock 

raising. Grain, cotton, grass, potatoes, etc., 

are the chief products. 

ARGUS; Saturdays ; independent; eight 
pages; size 22x31; subscription $1 ; established 
1878; H. A. Wrench, editor and publisher; 
cii-culation K 1. 

NORTH GEORGIA CITIZEN; 

Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
26x38; subscription $2; established 1850; J. 
T. Whitman, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 
MUSIC TEACHER; monthly; music; 
sixteen pages; size of page 7x11; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 1884 ; A. J. Sho- 
walter, editor ; A. J. Showalter & Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 2. 

DANIELSVILLE, C. H., Madison 
Co., cf 250 pop. Trading point in cotton 
country. Athens is nearest important 
town. 

MONITOR; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; E. J. Christy, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

DARIEN, C. H., Mcintosh Co., c; 1,544 
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of Altamaha r. A timber and lumber- 
producing section. 

TIMBER GAZETTE; Saturdays : four 

f)ages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2.50 ; estab- 
ished 1874 ; Richard W. Grubb, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

DAWSON, C. H., Terrell Co., p 1,950 
pop., on the Southwestern Rd., 98 m. from 
Macon. The centre of trade for a large cot- 
ton and sugar-cane producing section. 

APPEAL ; Fridays; neutral; four pages; 
size 24x38 ; subscription $1 50 ; established 
1884 ; B. C. Adams, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 2. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1866; E. L. Rainey, editor; S. T. 
Jordan, business manager ; circulation K 2. 

DAWSONVILLE, C. H., Daioson 

Co., b 300 pop., 20 m. W. N. W. of Gainsville. 

Gold mining caiTied on. 

NEWS; Wednesdays; four pages; size 
22x30 • subscription $1 ; established 1884 ; Rev. 
R. L Campbell, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation L 2 . 

DECATUR, C. H., De Kalh Co., i 1,150 
pop., 6 m. E. of Atlanta on Georgia Rd. 
Flourishing suburban town. 

DE KALB CHRONICLE; Thursdays ; 

eight pages; size 3<ix44; subscription $1.25;. 
established 1876; E. L. Haines, Jr., editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

DOUGLASVILLE, C. U., Douglas 

Co., -a 800 pop., on Ga. Pacific Rd., 27 m. W. of 
Atlanta ; a good cotton market ; place of ac- 
tive trade ; in fertile and good farming 
countrj'. 

STA R ; Tuesdays ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $1.15; established 1878; Chas. O. 
Peavy, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

DUBLIN, C. H., Laurens Co., D 574t 
pop., on Oconee r., 55 m. E. of Macon and 
120 W. of Savannah. Turpentine is a product 
of this locality and farming is engaged in. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1876 ; H. V. Johnson and L. Q. 
Stubbs, editors and publishers ; circulation. 
L2. 

POST; Wednesdays ; four pages ; size 
22x32 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1878 ; 
Hicks, Peacock & Hicks, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2 . 

EASTMAN, C. H., Dodge Co., D 90O 
pop., 56 m. from Macon, on East Tenn.» 
Virg. & Georgia Rd. Engaged principally 
in agriculture, turpentine, lumber and sheep 
farming. 

DODGE CO. JOURNAL ; Wednes- 
days ; independent ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1883 ; R. S. Bur- 
ton, editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

TIMES ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size- 
24x36 ; subscription $2 ; established 1873 ; M.. 
L. Burch. editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

EAST POINT, Fulton Co., [^ 350 

pop., 6 m. from Atlanta at the junction of" 

the Atlanta & West Point and Central of 

Georgia Rds. Has a large fertilizer factory. 

PLOWBOY; Saturdays; eight pages? 
size 30x44 ; subscription $1 ; established 1884 ; 
Plowboy Company, editors and publishers j 
circulation L 1 . 



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EATONTON, C. H., Putnam Co., n 

1,500 pop., at terminus of branch of Central 
Rd., 60 m. from Macon and 23 from Mill- 
edgeville. In a cotton-growing district. 

GEORGIA ("HRONICLE; Tuesdays; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; established 1882 ; J. B. 
Reesf, editor and publisher. 

3IESSEXGER; Saturda.vs ; democratic; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription .$1..tO ; 
established 1867 ; Adams & Dennis, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K i. 

ELBERTON, C. H., Elbert Co., zf 1,500 
pop., about 10 m. from Savannah r. and 75 
from Augusta. Engaged in the cultivation 
of cotton, corn and other grain. 

GAZETTE ; "Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription .$1.50 ; 
■established l&Sl ; S. N. Carpenter, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

LEADER ; Saturdays ; democratic : four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; W. M. Harris, editor ; W. O. Butler, 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

ELLAVILLE, C. H., ScJiley Co., -a 
400 pop., on Buena Vista Rd., about 43 m. E. 
S. E. of Columbus. It has three churches 
and a grist mill. Seat of Ellaville Institute. 

SCHLEY CO. ENTERPRISE; 

Fridays ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription 
§1.50 ; established 1885 ; A. J. Harp, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

ELLIJAY, C. H., Gilmer Co., [^ 200 
pop., 85 m. N. of Atlanta on Marietta & 
North Georgia Rd. Has a Methodist sem- 
inary. 

COURIER; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1875 ; Coleman & Kirby, editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2. 

EXCELSIOR, Bulloch Co., a- 225 
pop., 57 ni. W. of Savannah and 20 from 
nearest rd. Milling and turpentine manu- 
facturing are engaged in. An agricultural 
section and educational centre. 

PIONEER AND EAGLE; Thurs- 
days : democratic ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; 
subscription Si ; established 1884 ; J. A. Scar- 
boro, editor and publisher; circulation L 2. 

FAIRBURN, C.H., Campbell Co., -a 
875 pop., on Atlanta & West Point Rd. ; cot- 
ton, grain and fruit-growing !»ection. 

CAMPBELL NEWS; Tuesdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$1; established 1881; McCurry & Haralson, 
•editors and publishers ; circulation L 2. 

FORSYTH, C. H., 3fonroe Co., n 2,400 

pop., on Atlanta Division Central Rd., 26 m. 

from Macon ; in an extensive cotton, wheat, 

corn and fruit-growing section. 

MONROE ADVERTISER;; Tues- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription S1.50; established 1856; McGinty 
■& Calianiss, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

rORT GAINES, C. H., Clay Co., p 

1,250 pop., on Chattahoochee r. and the 

Southwestern Rd., 140 m. from Macon and 

near Eufaula, Ala. 

ADVERTISER; Wednesdays; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1885; Keese & Graham, editors and 
jjublLsher.s. 



TRIBUNE; Fridays; democratic; six 
pages; size of page 22x15 ; subscription §150; 
established 1879; J. B. L. Allen, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

FORT VALLEY, Houston Co., a 
1,527 pop., on Southwestern Rd., 29 m. from 
Macon. A centre of business in all agricul- 
tural products. Various manufactiu-es car- 
ried on. 

MIRROR; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription §2 ; estab- 
lished 1871 ; Seneca B Btu-r, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

FRANKLIN, C. H.. Heard Co., ci400 
pop., 20 m. from Newnan, on Chattahoo- 
chee r. 

NEWS ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1876 ; P. T. Mc- 
, Cutchen, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

GAINESVILLE, C. H., Hall Co., b 

1,9191' pop., in the crescent formed by the 
! Cunahie and Blue Ridge Mountains, on the 
Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line Rd., 53 m. 
from Atlanta, surrounded by an agricultu- 
ral and mining district. Fine climate ; 
popular resort in summer. 

EAGLE AND PRESS; Thursdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1867 ; J. H. Butt and John Blatts, 
editors and publishers : circulation J 2. 

GEORGETOWN, C. H., Quitman 
Co., p 350 pop., on the Central Rd. of 
Georgia, 24 m. W. N. W. of Cuthbert. About 
5,000 bales of cotton are annually shipped 
from here. 
ECHO : Fridays; four pages; size 18x24; 

subscription SI; established 1884; John E. 

McLendon, editor and publisher. 

GIBSON, C. H., Glascock Co., D- 180 

pop., on A. G. & R. Rd.; a cotton-growing 

; section. 

ENTERPRISE ; Tuesdays ; neutral ; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription SI ; established 
' 1883; Percy V. Howell, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 1. 

GREENSBORO, C. H., Greene Co., a 
i l,621t pop., on Georgia Rd., 84 m. from Au- 
I gusta. Engaged in the cultivation of cot- 
ton and corn. 

GEORGIA HOxME JOURNAL; Frl 

days ; eight pages ; size 35x48 ; subscription 
S2; established 1873; W. Addison Knowles, 
editor and puljlisher ; circulation K 2. 

HERALD; Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight pages ; size 35x4S ; subscription 82 ; es- 
tablished 1866; Young & Reynolds, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

GREENVILLE, C. H., MeHwether 

Co., -a 700 pop., at the terminus of Columbus 
i & Rome Rd., 16 m. from HogansvIUe and 72 
m. S. of Atlanta. 

MERIWETHER VINDICATOR ; 

Fridays ; democratic ; four pages : size 26x3^ : 

subscription $1; established 1872; Wm. T. 

' Revill, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

GRIFFIN, C. H., Spalding Co.,-a4,fi00 
pup., on Georgia Central Rd., at junction 
of Savannah, Griflfln & Nortti Alabama Rd., 
43 m. S. from Atlanta. A place of active 
trade, surrounded by a cotton-growing 
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new cotton factoi'y, iron foundry and large 
fruit evaporators, &c. 

NEWS; every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays; democratic; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; size — 
daily 22x30. weekly 30x44 ; subscription— daily 
$5, weekly $1 ; established 1871 ; Douglas 
Glessner, editor and publisher ; circulation- 
daily K 1, weekly J 1. 

SUN; Fridays; democratic; eight pages; 
size 36x48 ; subscription $1 ; established 187() ; 
J. T. Waterman, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

GUYTON, Effingham Co., D- 300 pop., 
on Central Rd. of Georgia, 30 m. from Sa- 
vannah. Engaged in manufacture of tur- 
pentine and rosin. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays; eight pages; 
size 26x40; subscription SI. 50; established 
1885; T. H. Martin, editor; Shearouse & Bro., 
publishers. 

HAMILTON, C. H., Harris Co., C]493t 

pop. ; 25 m. from Columbus, on line of N. 

& S. Rd. A mountain summer resort and 

trading point. 

JOURNAL ; semi-weekly ; Tuesdays 
and Fridays ; democratic ; eight pages ; size 
22x32 ; subscription $1 ; established 1872 ; J. 
L. Dennis, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

HARLiEM, Columbia Co., d- 540 pop., 

on Georgia Rd., 25 m. from Augusta. High 

school, two churches and several stores are 

situated in this prosperous and growing 

town. 

COLU3IBIA SENTINEL; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1882 : Ballard & Atkinson, 
editors and publishers ; circulation L2. 

HARMONY GROVE, JacJcson Co., 
i 600 pop., on North East Rd., 18 m. from 
Athens. Furniture and wagon manufac- 
tories here. 

SIGNAL ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; 
C. E. Atkinson, editor; Atkinson & "Wagnon, 
publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

HARTWEL.L, C. H., Hart Co., ^ 600 
pop., 22 m. from Anderson, S. C, .30 from At- 
lanta; terminus of Hartwell Rd. Agricul- 
ture chief pursuit. 

SUN; Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; 
size 22x32 ; subscription $1 ; established 1876 ; 
J. H. McGill, editor ; W. R. Stephenson, pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

HAWKINSVILLE, C. H., PulasU 

Co., u 1,800 pop., on Ocmulgee r., at head of 
navigation, and on Hawkinsville branch of 
Macon & Brunswick Rd., about 48 m. from 
Macon. Surrounded by a cotton-raising 
district. 

DISPATCH; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 1867 ; 
Greo. P. Woods, editor and publisher ; cii-cu- 
lation J 1. 

NEWS ; Wednesdays ; eight pages ; size 
30x43 ; subscription $2 ; established 1881 ; J. R. 
Beverly, editor and publisher; circ'n J 1. 

HINESVILLE, C. H., Liberty Co.,a, 
162 pop., near Savannah, Fla. & Western 
Rd., midway between Altamaha and Ogee- 
chee rs. Located vsathin the gi-eat timber, 
cotton, and rice regions of East Georgia. 
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22x32; sub.scription $1.10; established 1871; 
S. D. Bradwell, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion I. 2 . 

HOGANSVILIiE, Troup Co., hd 600 

pop., on the Atlanta &West Point Rd., 59 

m. S. S. W. of Atlanta. High school and six 

churches are located here. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; four pages; 
size 22x30; subscription $1; established 1886; 
Mrs. E. Greer & Son, editors and publishers. 

IRWINTON, C. H., Wilkinson Co., n 
264} pop., 3 m. from Mclntyre's station on 
Ga. Central Rd. 

SOUTHERNER AND APPEAL ; 

Wednesdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
26x38; subscription $1.50; established 1875; 
Thomas H. Morris, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

JACKSON, C. H., Butts Co., D ],200 
pop., 43 m. X. of Macon, and 45 211. S. of 
Atlanta, on E. Tenn., Virginia & Georgia 
Rd. A rich agricultural country. 

NEWS ; every morning and WEEKLY 
Wednesdays; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages; size— daily 16x22, weekly 30x43; sub- 
scription—daily .S5, weekly $1.50 ; established 
—daily 1^!85, weekly 1881 ; W. E. Harp, editor 
and publisher; circulation — weeklv K 1. 

MIDDLE GEORGIA ARGUS ; 
Tuesdays ; four pages ; size 44x30 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25; established 1873; D. J. Thaxton, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

JEFFERSON, C. H., Jackson Co., ^ 
750 pop., in an agricultural district. Has 
some of the best water power In North- 
east Georgia. 

JACKSON HERALD ; Fridays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1875 ; the Herald Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

JESUP, C. H.> Wayne Co., U^ 1,.500 pop., 
at junction of S. F. & W., and East Tenn., 
Va. & Ga. Rds. Good school facilities. 
Farming, timber and naval stores con- 
stitute the chief industries. 

SENTINEL ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1876; T. P. Littlefleld, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

JONESBORO, C. H., Clayton Co., -n 
1,249 pop., on Central Rd. of Ga., 80 m. 
from Macon, 20 from Atlanta. An agricul- 
tural section. Good cotton market, 

NE WS ; Tuesdays ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1872 ; J. B. Hutch- 
eson, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

LA FAYETTE, C. H., Walker Co.,\^ 
350 pop., 40 m. S. from Rome, 25 m. E. of 
Dalton and 25 m. from Chattanooga, Tenn. 

WALKER CO. MESSENGER; 

Thursdays ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1877; N. C. Napier, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

LAGRANGE, C. H., Troup Co., ^ 
2,296 pop., on Atlanta & West Point Rd., 71 m. 
from Atlanta and 16 from West Point. Cot- 
ton, grain and other agricultural products 
are largely cultivated. The town has two 
colleges, one male high school ; the com- 
munity is moral and cultured, and the site 
is elevated and healthy. 
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four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription §2 ; es- 
tablished 1845 ; S. P. Callaway, editor ; Calla- 
Avay & Johnson, publishers ; circulation K 2. 

XAWRENCEVILLE, C. H., Gwin- 
nett Co., b 463+ pop., 20 m. X. of the line of 
Georgia Rd., and about 40 W. of Athens. In 
an agricultiu-al section. Cotton, corn and 
wheat are the chief products. Site eleva- 
ted and healthy. 

GWINNETT HERALD; Tuesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscrip- 
tion S1.50 ; established 1871 ; Tyler M. Peeples, 
-editor ; J. T. Wilson, Jr., publisher ; circ'nK 1. 

LiEARY, Calhoun Co., j3 700 pop., on 

Blakely extension of South Western Rd., 

21 m. W. from Albany. A fine agricultural 

district. 

CALHOUN CO. COURIER; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; sub- 
scription SI. 50; established 1882: Sid J. 
Cook, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

liEXINGTON, C. H., Oglethorpe Co., 

cf 441 pop., 16 m. from Athens, and on line of 

Georgia Rd. General mercantile centre, 

being the countj' town. 

OGLETHORPE ECHO ; Fridays ; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 3.5x48 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1874 ; W. A. Shackelford, 
editor; W. A. & L. Shackelford, publishers; 
circulatioji K 2. 

X.INCOLNTON, C. H., Lincoln Co., 

cf 300 pop., 40 m. from Augusta. Fiu-uiture 

manufacturing. 

NEWS; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; 
•subscription $1.25 ; established 1882 ; J. D. Col- 
ley, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 1 . 

iLOUISVIIiLE, C. H., Jefferson Co., d- 

850 pop., on Rocky Comfort Creek, lOi m. 

from the line of Central Rd. of Georgia, 

and 54 E. of Milledgeville. In an agi-icultural 

section. Cotton, corn and sweet potatoes 

the chief products. 

NEWS AND FARMER; Thursdays; 
four pages ; size 24x36; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
taVilished 1871 ; J. W. White, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

liUMPKIN, C. H., Stewart Co., p 1,000 
pop., about 15 m. E. of Chattahoochee r., 36 
W. of Americus and terminus of Americus, 
Preston & Lumpkin Rd. ; in a mineral re- 
gion. 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays ; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription .$1.50; estab- 
lished 1872; A. W. Latimer and R. B. Harri- 
son, editors and publishers ; circulation J 1 . 

MoDONOUGH, C. H., Henry Co., -a 

700 pop., on East Tenn., Va. & Georgia Rd., 

28 m. from Atlanta and 59 from Macon. A 

good trade centre. Excellent health resort. 

Cotton shipping point. 

HENRY CO. WEEKLY; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription SI. 50; established 1876; James E. 
Brown, editor ; Brown & Fouche, publishers ; 
circulation J 1. 

MACON, C. H., Bibb Co., n 22,000 pop., 
on Ocmulgee r., at junction of seven impor- 
tant railroads ; 103 m. from Atlanta, 100 
from Columbus, 124 from Augusta and 198 
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ket, and centre of a large and flourishing 
trade. 

EVENING NEWS; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; four pages; size 22x31; sub- 
scription 5u cents; established 1884; E. T. 
Byington, editor ; Evening News Publishing 
Co., i>ublishers. 

TEIiEGRAPH; everj^ morning, and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays; daily eight pages, 
weekly twelve pages ; size of page 15x22 ; sub- 
scription—daily $10, weekly $1.25 ; established 
1826 ; Telegraph and Messenger Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers; H. C. Hanson, 
manager ; circulation— daily H 1, weekly H 2. 

CENTRAL CITY CLIPPER ; Sun 
days; eight pages; size 30x44; subscription 
$1.50; established 1885 ; J. L. HoUifleld, editor 
and publisher. 

KIND WORDS; Saturdays, and 
SEMI-MONTHLY and MONTHLY; 
baptist ; four pages ; size 14x22 ; subscription 
—weekly $1, semi-monthly 50 cents, monthly 
25 cents ; established 1871 ; S. Boykin, editor ; 
Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist 
Convention, publishers ; does not insert ad- 
vertisements ; a Sundav-school paper. 

WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN ADVO- 
CATE; Wednesdays; methodist episcopal, 
south; eight pages; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1837 ; Weyman H. Potter, editor ; 
J. W. Burke & Co., publishers; circ'n G2. 

GEORGIA STOCK AND AGRI- 
CULTURAL JOURNAL; monthly; 
live stock ; twenty -four panes ; size of page 
8x11; subscription SI ; established 1885; T. C. 
Holt, editor ; issued under the auspices of the 
State Agricultural Society. 

DENTAL LUMINARY; quarterly; 
dental ; twenty four pages ; size of page 
10x14; subscription 50 cents; established 1884; 
Holmes & Mason, editor.^ and publishers. 

MADISON, C. H., Morgan Co., n l,974t 
pop., on Georgia Rd., 104 m. from Augusta 
and 68 from Atlanta. A place of active 
trade, and shipping point for cotton. 

MADISONIAN; every morning except 
Sunday; SUNDAY MADISONIAN, Sun- 
days, and WEEKLY, Fridays; four pages; 
size — daily 20x26, weekly 26x38, Sundays 
22x30; subscription- daily with Sunday $8, 
weekly S2; established— daily and Sunday 
1885, weekly 1871 ; B. M. Blackburne, editor 
and puljlislier ; circulation— weekly K 1. 

SUNDAY MADISONIAN ; (see Madi 
sonian). 

MARIETTA, C. H., Cobb Co., ^ 2,327 
pop., on Western & Atlantic Rd. at terminus 
of Marietta &. North Ga. Rd., 20 m. from 
Atlanta, in an agricultural and stock-rais- 
ing region, and is a noted summer and 
winter resort. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription S1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1866; Neal & Massey, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 2. 

P H (E N I X AGRICULTURIST ; 
monthly ; agricultural ; eighteen pages ; size 
of page 9x12 ; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
li.shedl884; Goodman & Starnes, editors; W. 
M. Goodman, publisher; circulation Kl; 
dated at Union Chapel. 

MILLEDGEVILLE, C. H., Baldwin 

Co., a 4,791 pop., on Oconee r., and at junc- 
tion of the Macon & Augusta and Macon & 
Eatonton Rds., 30 m. from Macon. In an 
agricultural district. Cotton is the chief 
product. The river furnishes water power 
for milling and manufacturing. 

CHRONICLE; Saturdays; democratic; 

eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1882 ; J. H. Nisbit, editor; Vaughan 
& Fairfield, publishers ; circulation K 2. 
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days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x40 ; sub- 
scription $1.50; establislied 1829; Barnes & 
Moore, editors and publishers ; circ'n K 2. 

ItflLLEN, Screven Co., n- 750 pop., on 

the Ogeecliee r., and on the Central Rd. of 

Georgia, at the junction of the Augusta 

branch, 79 ni. N. W. of Savannah. 

CENTRAL. BEACON; Wednesdays; 
«ight pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; 
established 1885 ; Sullivan Bros., editors and 
publishei's. 

MONROE, C. H., Wcilton Co., b 530t 
pop., on Weldon Rd. Cotton-growing sec- 
tion and principal shipping point for cotton. 

WALTON NEWS; Tuesdays; demo- 
■cratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
,S1.50 ; established 1881 ; George M. Napier, 
'editor and publisher ; cii'culation J 1. 

MONTEZUMA, Macon Co., ^ 1,200 

pop., on the Southwestern Rd., 49 m. from 

Macon and 153 from Atlanta. 

RECORD; Fridays; eight pages; size 
o0x42 ; subscription $2 ; established 1883 ; W. T. 
and S. H. Christopher, editors and publishers; 
(Circulation K 1. 

MONTICELLO, C. H., Jasper Co., u 

600 pop., 62 m. S. E. of Atlanta and 34 m. N. 

of Macon. There are two schools, five 

churches and a saw mill here. 

JASPER COUNTY NEWS; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 21x30 ; subscription 
$1.25; established 1883; John C. Key, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 

NEWNAN,C. H., Coweta Co., ^2,006t 
pop., at junction Atlanta & West Point and 
Savannah, Griffin & North Alabama Rds. 
Possesses water power, which is employed 
in manufactures of various kinds. Has two 
banks, one guano factory, cotton seed oil 
mill. Extra inducements for the invest- 
ment of capital. 

COWETA ADVERTISER; Fridays; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1883 ; Alva C. Lowrey, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

HERALD; Tuesdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1865 ; A. B. Cates, editor and publisher ; 
circulation J 1. 

OXFORD, Newton Co., u 554t pop., 2 

m. from Covington. Location of the Emory 

College. 

EMORY MIRROR; monthly; four 
pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription 75 cents ; es- 
tablished 1879 ; Students of Emory College, 
editors and publishers ; cii'culation L 2 ; a 
college paper; issued during the collegiate 
year 

GEORGIA COLLEGE JOURNAL; 

monthly ; ten pages ; size of page 11x16 ; 
subscription 75 cents ; established 1883 ; stu- 
dents of Emory College, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation L 2 ; a college paper ; issued 
during the collegiate year. 

PEARSON, Coffee Co., g 150 pop., on 

Brunswick & Albany Rd. Manufactures 
principally fine lumber and turpentine. 

SOUTH GEORGIA LAND AGENT; 

Saturdays ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1884 ; Wm. Parker, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 1 . 

PERRY, C. H., Houston Co., □ 990 
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part of the county, 28 m. from Macon. It is 

surrounded by cotton country. 

HOME JOURNAL; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1870 ; John H. Hodges, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

QUITMAN,C. II., Brooks Co., gi,400t 
pop., on Savannah, Fla. & Western Rd., 176 
m. S. W. of Savannah. Centre of a fertile 
agricultural district. 

FREE PRESS; Saturdays; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1876; 
A.P.Perham, editor and publisher; circ'n L 2. 

REIDSVILLE, C. H., Tainall Co., O^ 

1061- pop., 60 m. from Savannah. Farming 

section. 

ENTERPRISE; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic : four pages; size 16x22; subscription $1; 
established 1881 ; Padgett & Jasper, editors 
and publishers ; circulation L 1 . 

RINGGOIiD, C. H., Catoosa Co., ^ 700 
pop., on the Western & Atlantic Rd., 115 m. 
from Atlanta and 23 from Chattanooga, 
Tenn. Engaged in agriculture and manu- 
facturing, and a place of active business. 

CATOOSA COURIER; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscrip- 
tion $1J25 ; established 1872 ; R. M. Morris, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

ROME, C. H., Floyd Co., t] 8,000 pop. 
(suburban pop. 2,000), on Coosa r. and two 
divisions : Atlantic and Alabama, of the E. 
Tenn., Va. & Ga. Rd., also on Rome Rd., 
running from Rome to Kingston. Sur- 
rounded by an agricultural community, 
and the centre of trade for this part of the 
State. Important cotton depot with two 
compressors. Rome is one of the most im- 
portant and promising towns in the 
Southern States, and its large business 
in cotton alone renders it one of the 
great trade points in that staple. The city 
has every advantage that is requisite to giv 
it a commercial eminence. 

BULLETIN ; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; four 
pages ; size — daily 24x35 ; weekly 26x40 • sub- 
scription — daily $6, weekly $2 ; established — 
daily 1876, weekly 1871 ; W. G. Cooper, editoi ; 
Bulletin Publishing Co., publishers ; circula- 
tion—daily L 2 , weekly K 2. 

COURIER; every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; daily four pages, weekly six pages ; 
size— daily 24x36, weekly (size of page) 20x28 ; 
subscription— daily $6, weekly $2 : established 
1843 ; W. H. Hidell, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation— dailj- K 1, weeklv I 2 . 

CHIMES OF SHORTER COL- 
LEGE; monthly; eight pages; size 18x24; 
subscription $1 ; established 1881 ; Polymnian 
and Eunomian Societies, editors and pub- 
lishers: circulation L 1 ; a school paper; issued 
during the school j^ear. 

SANDERS VIELE, C. H., Washing- 
ton Co., a 1,479 pop., about 3 m. from line of 
Central Rd., and 64 from Macon ; terminus 
of Augusta, Gibson & Sandersville Rd. The 
centre of trade for a cotton-growing 
country. 

HERALD ; Thursdays ; democratic ; four 
pages : size 24x.S6 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1841 ; William Park, editor and publish- 
er ; circulation K 2. 

]>IERCURY ; Tuesdays ; democratic ; 



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four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; 
established 1880 ; A. J. Jernigan, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

SAVANNAH, C. H., Chatham Co., ^ 
42,083 pop., on Savannah r., 18 m. from its 
mouth ; eastern terminus of Georgia Cen- 
tral, southern terminus of Charleston & 
Savannah, and northei'n terminus of Sa- 
vannah, Fla. & Western Rds., and is engaged 
in foreign and domestic commerce. Sa- 
vannah is the second largest American cot- 
ton and rice port, and the first naval stores 
(ro.sin and turpentine) port in the world. 
In addition to this Savannah does a 
large lumber exporting trade. The city 
is built on • a sandy plain about forty feet 
above tide-water. It has a large number of 
fine and substantial edifices, including some 
handsome churches and otlier public struc- 
tures. The public squares are numerous, 
and these and the streets genei-ally are 
closely shaded with trees. The city pos- 
sesses excellent educational facilities, and 
is noted for its numerous private charities. 
MORNING NEWS; every morning 

except Sunday, 
X E AV S , Satur- 
days, and SUN- 
DAY MORNING 
NEWS, Sundays; 
democratic ; daily 
i ik ^"*eight pages, weekly 
JjL"r"^tAvelve pages, Sunday 
ii'iil j I twelve pages ; size of 
page 16x21 ; subscrip- 
tion—daily and Sunday §10, weekly $1.25, Sun- 
day .$2 ; established 1850 ; J. H. Estill, proprie- 
tor ; cire'n— daily (r l, weekly (i 2, Sunday G 1. 
TIMES ; everv evening except Saturday 
and Sunday, and' SUNDAY TI3IES Sun- 
days ; independent ; eight pages ; size of page 
15x21 ; subscription— daily with Sunday S6 ; 
established 1881 : B. H. Richardson, editor 
and manager ; Savannala Times Publishing 
Co., publishers ; cire'n— daily J 2, Sundaj' .1 2. 
ABEND ZEITUNG; Wednesdays; Ger- 
man ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$3.50; established 1870; J. Stern, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

GEORGIA FAMIIilEN-JOURNAL.; 
Saturdays ; German ; eight pages ; size 34x44 ; 
subscription $4 ; established 1882 ; Kuckuck & 
Seemann, editors and publishers ; cire'n J 1 . 
LOC A Li ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; size 22x 
32 ; subscription §1 ; established 1877 ; Ely Otto, 
editor and publisher; circulation L 2. 
NEWS ; (see Morning Neivs.) 
1*H(ENIX; Saturdays; independent-re- 
publican ; eiKht pages ; size 2Gx40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1879; J. A. Sykes, editor; 
A. McHardv, publisher ; circulation H 2. 

SUNDAY MORNING NEWS; (see 
Morninq Sews.) 
SUNDAY TIMES ; (see Times.) 
MYSTIC BROTHERHOOD; semi 
monthly ; fraternity ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription §1; established 1882; W. Orr & 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation K 1. 

S. A. E. RECORD; quarterly ; college 
secret society ; one luindrcd pages octavo ; 
subscription !$1 ; established 1881 ; Davis Free- 
man, editor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

SENORA, Coiveta Co., ^ 1,000 pop., 

on the Savannah, Griffin & North Alabama 

Rd. Has large mills, gins and schools. - 

SENTINEU: Thursdays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription .§1.50; established 1885; 




GEORGIA. 



L. E. Floyd and M. H. Couch, editors and pub- 
lisiiers. 
WORLD'S NEVYS-CARRIER : 

monthly ; four pages : size 20x26 ; suljscrlp- 
tion 50 cents; established 1884; A. U. Free- 
man, editor ; News Company, publishers. 

SMITHVIIiliE, Lee Co., p 450 pop., 

83 m. from Macon, at junction of All)any 

branch of Southwestern Rd. and the main 

line. Cotton growing and farming are the 

principal industries. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1884 ; A. J. Tisou, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

SPARTA, C. H., Hancock Co., a S4St 
pop., on Macon branch of the Georgia Rd., 
about midway between Macon and Augus- 
ta. Centre of an agricultural region. 

ISHMAEL.ITE ; Fridays ; independent- 
democratic ; four pages; size 26x40 ; sub.scrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1879 ; Sidney Lewis, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

SPRING PLACE, C. H., Murraif 

Co.,Xj 31)0 pop., 12 m. f rom Dalton. Engaged 
in manufacturing. 

NORTH GEORGIA TIMES; 

Thursdays ; four pages ; size 22x.S0 ; subscrip- 
tion SI ; establislied 1831 ; W. C. Martin, edi- 
tor and pul)lisher : circulation L 2 . 

SUMMER VILLE, C. H., Chattooga 

Co., "d 340+ pop., on Chattooga r., 93 m. N. W. 

of Atlanta. An agricultural district and 

centre of trade. 

GAZETTE; Wednesdays; democratic; 
foiu' pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription §1.75 ; es- 
tablished 1874; J. C. Loomis, editor and pub 
Usher ; circulation K 1. 

SUMNER, Worth Co., g 250 pop., on 

the Brunswick & Albany Rd., 26 m. E. of 

Albany. Yellow pine timber abounds iiere. 

FREE- TRADER ; Thursdays ; four 
pages; size 22x30; subscription $1.50; estab 
lished 1885; W. A. Allen, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SWAINSBORO,C. H., Emanuel Co., 

U- 1S6|- pop., 17 m. from C. Rd., 75 from Au 

gusta. Agricultural. Corn, cotton and 

sugar. 

PINE FOREST ; Thursdays ; eight 
pages ; size 22x41 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1885 ; Coleman & Durden, editors and 
publishers. 

SYLVANIA,C. H., Screven Co., a- 374 

pop., 60 m. from Savannah. Location of a 

seminary. 

TEL.EPHONE ; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 2Jx30; subscription $1.10; 
established 1879 ; W. L. Mathews, Jr., editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

TALBOTTON, C. H., Talbot Co.,-u 
1,150 pop., 33 m. X. E. of Columbus, Ga., 
at terminus of Talbotton Rd. and 7 from 
Southwestern Rd. Steam grist mill and 
cotton .i,dn here. 
NEW ERA ; Tuesdays; eight pages ; size 



26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 1883 ; W. 
E. Mumford, editor and publisher ; cire'n K 2. 

THOMASTON, C. H., Upson Co., ^ 

1,700 pop., terminus of Thomaston & Barnes- 
ville Rd., a branch of Macon & Western 
Rd., about 80 m. S. of Atlanta and 55 from 



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GEORGIA. 



Macon. Furniture and carriage manufac- 
turing extensively carried on. 

MIDDLE GEORGIA TIMES; Satur 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$1 ; establislied 1869 ; J. D. Alexander, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

THOMASVII.LE,C. H., Thomas Co., 
p 4,100 pop., on Savannah, Fla. & Western 
Rd., 200 m. from Savannah. The Albany 
branch connects with the main line at this 
point. In one of the largest cotton, wool 
and sugar-cane producing sections of the 
State. Celebrated as a winter resort. 

ENTERPRISE; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 27x40 ; subscription 
$2; established 1856; Albert Winter, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 

TIMES; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 27x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1873 ; Triplett & Chastain, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1. 

THOMSON, C. H., McDuffle Co., n- 
700+ pop., on Georgia Rd., 37 m. from Au- 
gusta. Cotton, corn, wheat and sweet 
potatoes are the chief products. 

McDUFFIE JOURNAL.; Wednes 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1871 ; Jordan E. 
White, editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

TOCCOA, Habersham Co., □'960 pop., 

93 m. from Atlanta, on Atlanta & Charlotte 

Rd. General agricultural centre. [ 

N E W S ; Fridays ; (iemocratic ; four j 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- ' 
lished 1873 ; J. W. Harris, editor ; Harris & 
Barfield, publishers ; circulation K 1. 

TRENTON, C;. H., Dade Co., \^ 250 
pop., on Alabama Great Southern Rd., 18 
m. from Chattanooga, Tenn. Has iron fur- 
naces . 

DADE CO. TIMES; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; sub.scription 
$1 ; established 1884 ; T. A. Havron, editor 
and publisher ; cii'culation L 2 . 

UNION CHAPEL. 

PHCENIX AGRICULTURIST; 

(see Marietta.) 

VAL.DOSTA, C. H., Lowndes Co., g 
2,350 pop., on Savannah, Fla. & Western Rd., 
157 m. from Savannah. Cotton, sweet pota- 
toes, sugar cane, rice and corn are the chief 
products. Numerous truck and Naval 
stores. 

TIMES; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 27x10; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1867 ; C. R. Pendleton, editor ; Pendle- 
ton & Peeples, publishers ; circulation K 2. 

VIENNA, C. H., Doohj Co., g 600 pop., 
23 m. from Montezuma and 28 from Hawk- 
insville. Seat of Vienna Institute. 

DOOLY VINDICATOR; Tuesdays; 

democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1882; P. G. McDonald, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

WARRENTON,C. H., Warren Co., a- 

1,322 pop., on Macon & Augusta Rd., 52 m. 
from Augusta. Agriculture is the chief oc- 
cupation. 

CLIPPER; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1859; L. H. Pattillo, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 



WASHINGTON, C. H., Wilkes Co.,d' 
2,400 pop., terminus of a branch of Georgia 
Rd., about 70 m. from Augusta. Centre of 
a cotton and grain country. 

CHRONIC IE: Tuesdays; eight payes: 
size 30x44; subscription $1.25; established 
1886 ; C. F. Smith, editor and publisher. 

GAZETTE ; Fridays ; democratic ; eight 
pages; si'/e :Wx4l; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1866; J. W. Chapman, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

WAY CROSS, C.U., Ware Co., c; 1,500 
pop., on Way Cross Short Line to Jackson- 
ville, Fla. Naval stores and lumber manu- 
facturing place. The town has some im- 
portance as a local ti-ade centre, and is the 
principal point in the county. 

HEADLIGHT; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1884; T. E. Lanier, editor; 
Lanier & Yon mans, publishers ; circ'n K 1. 

REPORTER ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1880; Joseph Tillman, editor; D. 
B. Sweat, publisher; circulationL 2. 

WAYNESBORO, C.H.,^Mr^•e Co.,U}- 

2.500 pop., on Augusta branch of Georgia 

Central Rd., 32 m. S. of Augusta and 100 N. 

W. of Savannah. Haven Normal School 

located here. 

TRUE CITIZEN; Fridays; independ- 
ent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$2; established 1882; Sullivan Bi'os., editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1 . 

W^EST BOW^ERSVILLE, Frank- 

lin. Co., cj 200 pop., on the Elberton Air Line 
Rd., 22 m. S. S. E. of Toccoa. Cotton-grow- 
ing section ; also an important shipping 
point. 

AMERICAN UNION; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 22x31 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; E. Bowers, editor and publisher. 

WEST POINT, Trozip Co., -a 1,800 
pop., on Chattahoochee r., at junction of 
Atlanta & West Point with West Point and 
Montgomery Rd., 87 m. from Atlanta and an 
equal distance from Montgomery, Ala. 
Does a fine agricultural trade. Has two 
cotton factories and one iron foundry in 
operation, and is well adapted by its situa- 
tion to a considerable local trade. 

PRESS ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 
24x35; subscription $1.50; established 1874; 
W. B. Callahan, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation L 2. 

WRIGHTSVILLE, C. H., Johnson 
Co., a 600 pop., 130 m. W. of Savannah and 
on the Wrightsville and Tennille branch of 
the Central Georgia Rd. In an agricultural 
section. 

RECORDER; Saturdays; democratic; 

four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1880 ; W. C. Tompkins, editor ; Ma- 
son & Son, publishers; circulation K 1. 

ILLINOIS. 

ABINGDON, J<^nox Co., -n 1,500 pop., 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 10 m. 
from Galesburg. The seat of Abingdon and 
Hedding Colleges. 
ARGUS; Thursdaj'S ; independent; four 



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pages; size 24x35; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1882; W. H. Clark, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circubition K 1. 

ENTERPRISE: Fridays; eight pages ; 
size 26x4(J; subscription $1.50; established 
1880 ; Reed & Peudai'vis, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

ALBION, C. JL., Edwards Co., 0,1,000 
pop., on Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis 
Rd., 170 m. S. £. of Springfield and 15 E. of 
Fairfield. Wagon and carriage manufac- 
turing, nulling and general merchandizing 
carried on. 

EDWARDS CO. NEWS; Thursdays,; 
democratic ; i our pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25; established 1880; E. J. Conyngton, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

JOURNAL : Thursdays ; four pages size 
26x40; subscription $1.25; established 1869; 
Colyer & Harris, editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation K 2. 

ALEDO, C. H., Mercer C7o.,b 1.600 pop. 
(with suburbs 2,0.50), on Galva, New Boston 
& Keithsburg branch of Chicago, Burling- 
ton & Quincy Rd., 14 m. from Mississippi r. 
and 25 from Rock Island. Located in a rich 
farming district. Stock and grain the prin- 
cipal shipments. Coal found in the vicinity. 

DE3IOCRAT ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages : size 26x40 ; subscription .$2 ; es- 
tablished 1880 ; Henderson & Eames, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

RECORD; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1857; Porter & Bigelow, editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

ALT A, Peoria Co.,u 300 pop., on Rock 
Island & Pacific Rd., 9 m. N. W. of Peoria. 
Farming and cheese manufacturing dis- 
trict. 

BARNU3I'S TELEPHONE; (see 
Princevllle.) 

ALTAMONT, Effingham Co., p 1,450 
pop., at junction of O. & M. and Vandalia 
Line rds., and Southern terminus of Chica- 
go & Paducah Rd. A grain shipping point. 
Large file and furniture factorj- situated 
here. 

NEWS ; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1882; L. J. Wallich, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

ALTON, Madison Co., P 12,000 pop., on 
Mississippi r., 25 m. from St. Louis and 4 
above the mouth of the Slissouri r., and on 
Chicago & Alton, Indianapolis & St. Louis, 
and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rds. 
Extensively engaged in river trade and 
manufactures, and the great depot for 
shipment of the produce of a large section 
of count r J'. 

DEMOCRAT; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; demo- 
cratic : dailv four pages, weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 24x36, weekly 30x44 ; subscription- 
daily $6, vveekly $1.50 ; established — daily 1876, 
weekly 1874 ; Perrin & Smith, editors and 
publishers ; circ'n — daily K 1, weekly J 1. 

SENTINEL; everv morning except Mon- 
day, and i>I\DISON CO I NT Y SENTI- 
NEL, Wednesdays ; indejK'ndent ; four 
pages; size— daily 24x;34, weekly 26x40; sub- 
scription-weekly .$2; established— daily 1885, 
weeKly 1879 ; .T. J. Mclnerney, editor and pub- 
lisher circulation— weekly K 1. 



ILLINOIS. 



TELEGRAPH; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages ; size— daily 24x36, weekiv 31x44 ; sub- 
scription—daily $5.20, weekly $1.50; establish- 
ed—daily 1861, weekly 18-36; W. T. Norton, 
editor and oublisher ; circulation— daily K 1, 
weekly J 1. 

BANNER; Thursdays; German; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$2; established 1867; William A. Ball & Co., 
editors and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

MADISON CO. SENTINEL; (see 
Sentinel.) 

ALTONA, Knox Co., -a 835 pop., on 

Chicagcj, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 16 m. 
from county seat. Broom and other fac- 
tories are located here. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; four pages; size 
22x:30; subscription $1 ; established 1877; S. P. 
Whiting, editor and publisher ; circulation 
LI. 

AMBOY, Lee Co., tl 2,148 pop., on Illi- 
nois Central and Branch of Chicago, Bur- 
lington & Quincy Rds., 82 m. fnmi Chicago. 
Large quantities of produce are shipped 
from this point; the 111. Cent, shops are here, 
and the finest station house on the road 
was built at this place in 1876. 

JOURNAL; Wednesdays; republican; 
eiglit pages : size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1856 ; C. E. Loomis, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 2 . 

NE^VS; Saturdays; eight pages; .size 
26x40; subscription .$1.50; establi-shed 1878; 
James H. Preston, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

YOUNG'S MUSICAL JOURNAL; 

monthly ; music ; eight pages ; size of page 
11x14: subscriition .$1; established 1883; 
Frank Young, editor and publisher ; an ad- 
vertising sheet. 

ANCONA, Livingston Co., n 500 pop., 
on Prairie Creek, IGO m. S. W. of Chicago, 
on Chicago, St. Louis & Western Rd. Farm- 
ing and stock-raising section ; rich coal 
mines in vicinity and shipping point for 
coal and grain. 

4DVOCATE; Fridays; eight pages ; size 
22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; A. 
H. Marlow, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion 12. 

ANNA, Union Co., g 2,053 pop., on Illi- 
nois Central Rd., 37 m. from Cairo, and 
about 1 E. of Jonesboro. Centre of an im- 
portant fruit region. 

TALK; Fridays ; non-partisan ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1883; W. W. Fari.s. editor; W. W. 
Faris & Co., publishers ; circ'n K 2. 

ARCOLA, Douglas Co., 3- 1,515 pop., 
at junction of Illinois Central and 111. Mid- 
land Rds., 158 m. from Chicago. Shipping 
point for stock and grain and broom 
corn. 



HERALD; Saturdaj-s ; democratic ; 
eight pages; size .3(1x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1870 ; H. H. Moore, editor and 
publisher: circulation L2. 

R E (! O R D ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
eight pages ; size .30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1866 ; J. H. it W. H. Ba.ssett, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

REPORTER ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
16.X22 ; subscription 50 cents; established 1884; 
J. Speed, Jr., editor; Speed Bros., publishers; 
circulation L 2. 



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ARENZVILLE, Cass Co., o 500 pop., 
10 m. from Bearilstowii on the Chic-ayo 
Burliiifiton & Quincy Rd. 

ADVOCATE ; Fridays; four pages; size 
22x80; siiljscriptiou $1.50; established 1886; 
HalelBros., editors and juiblishers. 

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Cook 
Co., cf 1,200 pop., 22 m. from Chicago. Manu- 
factory of sewing machines. 

COOK CO. HERALD; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four passes : size 26x40 : subscription 
$1; established 1873;' W. C. Williams, editor 
and publisher ; cii'culation K 1. 

ARROWSMITH, McLean Co., n 
450 pop. on Lake Erie & Western Rd., 20 m. 
E. of Bloomington. A trading point for 
grain and live stock, 

N E VV S ; Wednesdays ; independent ; 
four pages; size 22x30; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1884 ; G. M. Adams, editor and pub- 
lisher : circulation L 1 . 

ASHLAND, Cass Co., -n 900 pop., on 

Chicago & Alton and Ohio & Mississippi 
Rds. A shipping point for grain. 

SE iS T I N E Ij ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; 
size 30x44; subscription .$1.5ii; established 
1882; S. D. McCaulley & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

ASHLEY, Washington Co., g OSOfpop., 
at intersection of Illinois Central and St. 
Louis and Soutliwestern Rds. Surrounded 
by an agricultural and fruit-growing dis- 
trict. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; four pages; size 
24x35; subscription $1.50; established 1876 ; A. 
W. O'Bryant, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

ASHTON, Lee Co., ^ 720 pop., on 
Iowa Div. of Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 
8i m. W. of Chicago. In stock and farming 
district. 

SENTINEL; Fridays; four pages; size 
20x26 ; subsci-iption $1 ; established 1877; P. O. 
Sproul, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

ASTORIA, FuUon Co., ^ 1,800 pop., 
115 m. from Rock Island, on St. Louis Div. 
of Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd. A 
thriving, pleasantly situated and enterpris- 
ing town. Has some manufactures and an 
abundance of coal. 

ARGUS; Wednesdays ; democratic ; 

■eight pages; size 26x40; subscription $125; 
established 1880; Albert K. Tate, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

FAIR PLAY ; Tluirsdays ; independent : 
four pages ; size 26x40 : subscription $1.25 ; 
•established 1S84 ; J. L. Gilbert, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L2. 

ATHENS, Menard Co., u 480 pop., on 

the Sangamon r., and on the Springfield & 
Northwestern Rd., 13 m. N. by W. from 
Springfield. Agriculture is the principal 
pursuit. 

C YCLOXE ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; size 
26x4U; subscription $.50; establislied 1886; 
T. S. Knoles, editor and publisher. 

ATLANTA, Logan Co., U l,368t pop., 
on Chicago & Alton Rd., 11 m. N. E. of Lin- 
coln ; crossing of the Illinois Midland R.d. 



ILLINOIS. 



Supported by the agriculture of adjacent 
countrj'. 

ARGUS; Fridaj's; neutral; four pages: 
size 24x36; subscription $150; established 
1868; Crihtleld Bros., editors and publishers; 
circuhUion K 1. An edition entitled the Gaz- 
ette is issued at Kennev. 

AUBURN, Sangamon Co., u 1,100 pop., 
16 m. from Springfield, on Chicago & Alton 
Rd. Surrounded by an excellent farming 
countrj'. 

C ITIZEN ; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1874 ; M. G. Wadsworth, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L 1. 

AUGUSTA, Hancoclc Co., ^ 2,225 pop., 
on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 
37 m. N. E. of Quincy. Coal mining. The 
finest potter's clay is found here. Stock- 
raising and agriculture are extensively car- 
ried on. 

EAGLE ; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; F. A. Warden, editor and pub- 
lisher ; cii'culation K 1. 

AURORA, Kane Co., ^ 18,000 pop., on 
Fox r. and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
and Chicago & Iowa Rds., also the Ottawa, 
Oswego & Fox River Valley and Turner Junc- 
tion Bi-., Geneva Br., and North Western Br, 
Rds., 38 m. from Chicago. Engaged in impor- 
tant and various manufacturing. Centre 
of a large trade. The railroad repair shops 
of the C. & I. Rd. and main locomotive and 
car shops of the C. B. & Q. Rd are located 
here. Has also large cotton and woolen 
mills, corset, road-carts, curtain shade, car- 
pet sweeper and watch factories, smelting 
and stove and malleable iron works and 
many other industries. 

EVENING POST; every evening except 
Sunday ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription 
$3 ; ■ established 1877 ; J. F. Dewey, editor ; 
Constantine & Dewey, publishers; circ'n K 2. 

EXPRESS; every morning except Sun- 
day ; independent ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription $4; established 1882; Express 
Publishing Co., editors and publisliers ; cir- 
culation J 1 ; issued from the oflice of the 
Herald. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday, 
and Sunday morning and WEEKLY, Fri- 
days ; daily and weekly four pages ; Suudavs 
eight pages; size— daily 24x36, weekly and 
Sunday 26x40 ; subscription— daily and Sun- 
day $4.80. weekly $2, Sundav $1.50 ;"establlshed 
—daily 1873. weekly 1877, Sunday 1885 ; Nor- 
tham & Beaupre. editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation—daily K 2, weekly L2. 

BEACON; semi-weeklv, Wednesdavs 
and Saturdays, and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days ; republican ; semi-weekly eight pages, 
weekly sixteen pages ; size— semi-weekly 
30x44, weekly (size of page) 1.5x22; subscrip- 
tion—semi-weekly $2, weekly $2 ; established 
1846; J. H. Hodder & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation— semi-weeklj' I 2 , week- 
ly L2. 

BLADE; Thursdays; four pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription $1; established 1881; C. 
W. Putnam, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2. 

HERALD? Fridays; eight pages; size 
30x44; subscription $2; established 1866; 
Pierce Burton & Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation J 1 ; issue also the Express. 

VO LKSFREUN D ; Saturdays ; Ger- 
man ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription 
$2; established 1868; P. Klein, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 



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AVON, Fulton Co., -n 900 pop., on the 

C, B. & Q. Rd., 20 m. from Galesburg and 

80 ni. from Quiiicj'. Has drain pipe factories. 

SENTINEL; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription SI. 50 ; 
established 1879 ; Stevens & Vose, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 1. 

BANDO'W, Cook Co., [if in the village 
of Jefferson ; pop. (of village) 18,000. Agri- 
culture extensively carried on. 

REPORTER; Satiu-days ; republican; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription SI. 50; 
established 1S79 ; E. J. Bronson, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1. 

HARRINGTON, Cooh Co., d 1,410 
pop., on the Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 
32 m. from Chicago. One of the largest 
milk-shipping stations in the Northwest. 

HERALD J Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x35 ; subscription $2 ; established 1877 ; 
W. G. Alden, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation L 2 ; printed at the office of the Palatine 
Enterprise. 

BARRY, Pif^e, Co., ^ l,.S92t pop , on 
Hannibal and Naples division of Wabash 
Rd., 18 m. from Mississippi r. A flouring 
mill and pork-packing establishment are 
located here. 

ADAGE; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 
30x44 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 1871 ; 
W. W. Watson, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

UNICORN GREENBACK; Thurs- 
days ; greenback ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription §1.50 ; established 1876 ; Simeon 
Fitch, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

BATAVIA, Kane Co., tl 2,950pop., on 

Batavia branch of Chicago, Burlington & 

Quincy Rd., and Batavia branch of Chicago 

& Northwestern Rd., and on Fox r., 7 m N. 

of Aui-ora, 33 from Chicago. Extensively 

engaged in various manufactures. Several 

large stone quarries are located here. 

NEWS; semi-weekly; Wednesdays and 
Saturdays; eight pages; size 22x32; subscrip 
tion Sl-50; established 1869; Clark A. Lewis, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

BATCHTOWN, Calhoun Co. -a - 

CALHOUN PILOT ; Thursdays; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; suliscription $l.oO ; estab- 
lished 1883; John .J. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

BEARDSTOWN, Cass Co., ^ 4,000 
pop., on Illinois r., and St. Louis division of 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., Ill m. 
from St. Louis, 139 from Rock Island and 45 
from Springfield. The Springfield branch 
of the Ohio & Miss. Rd. has its northern ter- 
minus here. Surrounded by an agricultural 
district. 

CASH CO. DE3IOCRAT; (very inorn 
ing except Sunday ; CASS CO. SUN DA V 
D EMOC K-AT, Sundays, and WEEK LY, 
Thursdays; daily— four pages, Sunday and 
weekly eight piiges; size— daily 22x:W, Sunday 
and weeklv .S0x44 ; subscription with Sunday 
§7.80, weekly S^; established 1879; J.S.Fulks, 
editor and publisher 

ILLINOIAN ; semi-weekly, Tuesdays 
antl Fridays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
22x32 ; subscription ,§2 ; establislied 1845 : J. 
S. Nicholson, editor and puV>lisher ; circ'n K 1. 
CASS CO. SUNDAY DE>IOCRAT ; 
(see Cass Co. Democrat.) 



ILLINOIS. 



ENTERPRISE ; Thursdays ; neutral -,- 
eight pages ; size s0x44 ; subscription §2 ; es- 
tablished 1876 ; F. W. Schierbaum, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

B££CH£R, Will Co., cif 325 pop., on. 
C. & R. I. Rd. Stock and grain raising and 
farming are chief features. 

VOLKSBLATT ; Thursdays; German; 
four pages; size 23x36; subscription ,§1.50; 
established 1882 ; L. Metterhausen, editor and 
publlslier; circulation 1,2. 

BREEDERS' JOURNAL ; monthly ; 
live stock ; sixty-eight pages ; size of page 
7x10 ; subscription §1 ; established 1879 ; 
Breeders' Live Stock Association, editors 
and publishers : circulation G 2. 

BELLEVILLE, C. H., St. Clair Co., p 

15,000 pop., 14 m. from St. Louis, with which 
it is connected by the Cairo Short Line, the 
Illinois & St. Louis, and St. Louis & South- 
eastern Rds. A rich and highly productive 
district, extensively engaged in various 
manufactures ; nail works, employing 800 
men, and oil mill and glass works ; a large 
trade is also carried on in flour, coal and 
beer. Extensive beds of coal are found in 
the vicinity. 

BELLEVILLER ZEITUNG UNI> 
STERN ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays ; German ; in- 
dependent ; daily four pages, weeklj* eight 
pages ; size — daily 28x44, weekly :i4xJS ; sub- 
scription — daily $7, weekly §2; established — 
daily 1876, weekly 1849 ; Curt Heinfelden, edi- 
tor; Semmelroth, Heinfelden & Metschan,. 
publishers ; circulation— daily J 1, weekly H 2. 

NEWS DE3IOCRAT; every morning 
except Monday, and WEEKLY, Fridays ; 
daily four pages, weekly eiglit pages ; size- 
daily 24x35, weekly 35x48 ; subscription— daily 
$5.50, weekly $1.50 ; established— daily 1883, 
weekly 1857; W. J. Underwood, editor ; News 
Publishing Co., publishers ; circulation — 
daily L 2 , weekly J 1. 

ADVOCATE: Fridays ; republican ; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1839 ; Thomas & Willoughby, editors 
and publishers; circulation .J 2. 

BEL LEVI LLER POST; Fridays ; 
German ; eight pages ; size 30x44; subscription 
$2 ; established 1884 ; Belleville Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation J 2. 

BELLEVILLER SONNTAGS- 
GA ST ; Sundays ; German ; four pages ; 
size 18x24; subscription $1-80; established 
1884 ; Hans Schwarz, editor and publisher. 

BELVIDERE, C. H., Boone Co., 6 
3,56? pop., on Galena division of Chicago & 
Northwestern Rd., 78 m. from Chicago. 
Crossing of C. & N. W. and Mo. 111. Rds. Has 
flouring mills, plough factory, and manu- 
factories of cheese, reapers, and boots and 
shoes. 

NORTH-WESTERN; Saturdays; re- 
publican; eight pages; size 31x41; subscrip- 
tion SI. 50; established 1867; John J. Coon, 
editor and publisher; circulation J 1. 

STANDARD; Tuesdays; republican; 
eight pages; size 31x44; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1852; Ralph Roberts, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

BEMENT, Piatt Co., u 969 pop., on 

Waba.>li, St. Louis & Pacific Rd. Two of the 

largest broom-corn farms in the State 

located near here. 

GAZETTE; Wednesdays ; independent; 
eight pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; 
established 18S1 ; Root & Dever, editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2 . 



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BENSON, Woodford Co., u 303 pop., 

35 in. X. E. from Peoria and 37 from Pckiu, 

on the Chicago, St. Paul & Western Rd. 

The centre of an agricultural district. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; four pages; size 
24x35; subscription $1.50; established 1875; 
F. D Loarued, editor ; J. M. Fort, publisher ; 
circulation L 1 ; issued from the office of the 
Minonk Blade. 

BENTON, C. H., Franlclin Co., g 1,200 

pop., near Big Muddy r., on St. Louis, Alton 

& Terre Haute Rd., about 90 m. from St. 

Louis. Surrounded by an agricultural 

district. Wheat, corn, tobacco and castor 

beans are the chief products. 

BAPTIST BANNER; Wednesdays; 
"baptist ; four pages ; size 23x31 ; subscription 
:$1 ; established 1874 ; W. P. Throgmorton. edi- 
tor ; Baptist Banner Co., publishers ; circula- 
tion .J 1. 

FRANKIilN CO. CHRONICLE; 

Fridays ; republican ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1879 ; J. S. Barr, 
Jr., editor and pub isher ; circulation K 1. 

STANDARD; Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight pages ; size of page 13x20 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1849 ; S. C. Reed, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

BIGGS VILLE, Henderson Co., -n 400 
pop., 12 m. E. from Burlington, Iowa, on 
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd. 
Noted as a shipping point for cattle, hogs 
and grain. 

CLIPPER; Saturdays; four pages; size 
22x31; subscription $1.50; established 1875; 
M. M. Rowley, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

BLANDINS VILLE, McDonoitgh 

Co., -u l,2i;»0 pop., 12 m. N. W. of Macomb, on 

Keokuk & Peoria branch Toledo, Peoria & 

Western Rd. Location of steam flour and 

saw mills. 

REVIEW; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1877 ; Lucien S. Reid, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

BLOOMINGTON, C. H., McLean 

Co., n 17,184 pop. The Chicago & Alton, Illi- 
nois Central, Indiana, Bloomington & West- 
ern and Lake Erie & Western Rds. all in- 
tersect here ; 126 m. from Chicago and 165 
from St. Louis. Extensively engaged in 
manufacturing. Centre of a large whole- 
sale and retail trade. Seat of several insti- 
tutions of learning. Farming and stock 
raising are the leading industries ; the 
nursery business is extensively carried on. 

BULiLiETIN ; every evening except Sat- 
urday, and Sunday morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Fridays; daily four pages, Sunday and 
weekly eight pages ; size of page— daily 1.5x22, 
weekly and Sunday 30x44; subscription — daily 
$5, weekly $1.50 ; established 1881 ; Owen Scott, 
editor and publisher ; circulation— daily 1 1 , 
weekly H 1. 

LEA DER ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size— daily 26x39, weekly 30x48 ; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished 1868; Leader Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers ; circ'n— daily I 2 , weekly H 2. 

PA NTAGRA PH ; everv morningexcept 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; republi- 
can ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 23x39, weekly 28x45 ; subscription 
—daily $5.20, weekly $1.50 ; established— daily 



ILLINOIS. 



1855, Aveekly 1846; W. O. Davis, editor and 
publisher ; circulation— daily H 1, weekly Gr 1; 

EYE; Sundays; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $2; established 1876; Geo. L. 
Hutchin, editor and publisher ; circulation 
H2. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; German; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 27x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1878; H. Meyer, editor 
and publisher ; circulation X. 

McLEAN CO. I>EUTSCHE 
PRESSE ; Saturdays; German ; eight pages ; 
size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1871 ; 
J. Koester, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 
A four page literary supplement entitled Der 
Sonntagsgast is regularly issued with the 
paper. 

ODD FELLOWS' HERALD ; Thurs- 
days ; odd-fellowship ; eiglit pages ; size 
28x40; subscription $1.50; established 1878; 
F. E. Huddle, editor; M. T. Scott, publisher; 
circulation G 1. 

SONS OF VETERANS ADVOCATE; 

monthly ; twenty-eight pages octavo ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1885 ; R. V. Mallory, 
editor ; Board of Officers of the Sons of Vet- 
erans Advocate, publishers. 

WESLEYAN BEE; monthly; twenty 
pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1883 ; J. H. Shaw, editor ; Wesleyan 
Bee Publishing Co., publishers; circulation 
L 1 ; a college paper ; issued during the col- 
legiate year. 

BLUE ISLAND, Cook Co., ^f 2,000 
pop., 16 m. from Chicago, at crossing of 
the C, R. L & P. and G. T. Rds ; good 
farming district. Brick yards and large 
smelting works exist here. 

STAN DARD ; Fridays ; independent ; 

eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.25 ; 
estab ished 1879 ; S. C. Reed, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

BLUE MOUND, Macon Co., a 900 

pop., on the Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific 

Rd., 14 m. S. W. of Decatur the county seat. 

Shipping point for grain and live stock. 

Surrounded by a fine agricultural district. 

CYCLONE; Fridays; eight pages; size 
26x40; subscription $1.25; established 1882; 
•John P. Fred, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

BRADFORD, Stark Co., a 850 pop., 
on B. & R. branch of Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Rd., 40 m. from Peoria and 128 from 
Chicago. Fine agricultural and stock-rais- 
ing district. 

INDEPENDENT; Thursdays ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 subscription .$1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; Hamilton J. Blaisdell, editof and 
publisher. 

BRIGHTON, Macoupin Co., n 1,000 
pop., on Chicago & Alton Rd., at the inter- 
section of St. Louis division of Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Rd., 12 m. from Alton. 
Manufactory of farming implements. Coal 
abounds in vicinity. 

NEWS ; Wednesdays ; independent ; eight 
pages: size 26x40; subscription $1..50; estab- 
lished 1881 ; L. H. & E. N. Chapin, editors and 
publishei'8 ; circulation L2. 

BRIMFIELD, Peoria Co., n 900 pop., 

on a branch of the Chicago, B. & Q. Rd., 6 

m. N. E. of Elmwood, 20 N. W. of Peoria. 

Engaged in coal mining and farming. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; independent ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1879 ; R. P. Chaddock, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L2. 



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ILLINOIS. 



BUCKLEY, Iroquois Co., D- 324 pop., 

on Illinois C. Rfl. Principal pursuits are 

grain and stock raising ; has many artesian 

wells ; in great " corn belt." 

INQUIRER; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription $1-50; established 
1875 ; H. H. Harless, editor and E. W. Warren, 
publisher; circulation L2; dated at Onarga ; 
printed at the office of the Onarga Central 
Illinois Review. 

BIJDA, Bureau Co., [^ 900 pop., 118 m. 
from Chicago. JIanufacturing shops and 
junction of two railroads. 

BUREAU CO. TI3IKS : Thursdays; 
four pages; size 24x34; subscription $1.25 ; es- 
tablished 1882 ; Charles A. Pratt, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

SCHOOL. ADVOCATE; monthly ;edu- 
cational ; twenty pages ; size of page 8x11 ; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1S85; Jos. 
F. Lyon, editor and publisher. 

BUNKER HILL, Macoupin Co., a 
1,020 pop., on Indianapolis & St. Louis Rd., 
36 m. from St. Louis. Centre of large fruit, 
cider, sorghum and stock-raising section. 

DEMOCRAT; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic ; light pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1885; Chas. J. Shutt, editor 
and publisher. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 25x:38; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablislied 1866 ; F. Y. Hedley, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

BUSHNELL, McDonough Co., d 2,325 
pop., at the crossing of Toledo, Peoria & 
Western Rd. and St. Louis division and 
Quincy branch of Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Rd., 192 m. S. W. of Chicago. En- 
gaged in manufacturing and an active 
trade centre. Located on a rich prairie. 

McDOXOUGH DEMOCRAT; Thurs 
davs ; democratic ; eiKht pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1884 ; Chas. C. 
Chain, editor ; Chain & Kay, publishers ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

RECORD; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1868 ; Tom H. B. Camp, editor ; Camp 
Bros., publishers ; circulation J 1. 

BYRON, Ogle Co., [^ 900 pop., on 
Rock r., 89 m. W. of Chicago, on Chicago, 
Milwaukee & St. Paul Rd. In the midst of 
a fine agricultural section, a splendid dairy 
country, and large water works awaiting 
capital to use it. 
EXPRESS; Fridays; four pages ; size 

26x40; suVjscription $1..50; established 1882; 

Shiley & Humbert, editors and publishers ; 

circulation L 2. 

CABER Y, Ford Co., D- 400 pop , on 111. 

Central Rd., 84 m. from Chicago and 20 S. E. 

of Kankakee. Has brick and tile factories 

and is a short distance from coal beds. 

Surrounded by good farming lands. 

ENQUIRER ; Fridays; four pages; size 
24x35; established 1883; Burt E. Burroughs, 
editor and publisher; circulatiim L2. 

CAIRO, C. H., Alexander Co., g 12,000 
pop., at junction of Ohio and Mississippi 
rs., 175 m. below St. Louis. Terminus of 
Illinois Central, Iron Mountain & Southern, 
St. Louis & Cairo, Cairo & Vincennes, Texas 
& St. Louis, Miss. Central and Mobile & Ohio 



Rds. Has considerable trade and some 
manufacturing. Source of supply for 
Southern Illinois, Southeast Missouri and 
Western Kentuckj'. 

ARGUS ; eveiy evening except Sunday, 
and A RGUS-JOURNAL, Saturdays: in- 
dependent ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages; size — daily 22x30, weekly (size of page) 
15x22; subscription— daily $7, weekly $1.50; 
established— daily 1878, weekly 1864; H. F. 
Potter, editor and publisher; circulation- 
daily K 1, weekly J 1 ; the weekly is dated 
at Cairo and Mound City. 

KULiLiETIN; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; 
democratic; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages ; size— daily 23x36, weekly (size of page) 
16x22; subscription— daily $10, weekly $2; 
established 1869; E. A. Burnett, editor and 
publisher ; circulation — dailv K 1, weekly K 2. 

ARGUS-JOURNAL; (see Argus.) 

C-'ITIZEN: Thursdays; eight pages; size 
22x31; subscription $1.50; established 1885; 
George Fisher, editor and publisher. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; four pages; size 
2.3x35; sub.scripf ion $2: established 1882; W. 
T. Scott, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

CAMBRIDGE, C. H., Henry Co., ^ 
1,201 pop., on Rock Island & Peoria Rd. 
Centre of agricultural region. Depot for 
the shipment of produce from the sur- 
rounding country. Coal is found in this 
vicinity. 

CHRONICLE: Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 28x44; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1857; Chapman Bros., editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

LOCAL REPORTER; Fridays ; eight 
pages; size 26x40; subscription .S2; estab- 
lished 1881 ; Mrs. H. M. Bryan, editor and 
publisher: circulation L2. 

PRAIRIE CHIEF; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent-democrat ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1867; B. W. 
Seaton, editor and publisher : circ'n K 1. 

CAMP POINT, Adams Co., <2 1,42.5 
pop., at junction of Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Rd. with Toledo, Wabash & West- 
ern Rd., 22 ni. from Quincy. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages; size 31x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1873 : George W. Cyrus, editor and 
publisher; circulation .11. Z^W^Actiud aver- 
age circulation for one year preceding Oct. 
29, 1885. as iH'r statement on, file at the office of 
the American Newspaper Directory, 1,379 
copies. 

CANTON, Fulton Co., -a 5,500 pop., on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and Wabash, 
St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 14 m. from Lewis- 
town, 210 from Chicago, and 28 from Peoria. 
Engaged in manufacturing and coal min- 
ing. Extensive plow manufacturing, car 
wheel works and nine large cigar manu- 
factories are located here ; it is the largest 
cigar manufacturing town in Illinois. 

FULTON CO. LEDGER; Tlmrsdays ; 
denu>cratic ; eight pages ; size ;i(ix44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; estal)lished 1849; S. Y. Thornton, edi- 
tor and publisher: circulation K 1. 



REPUBLICAN 



Fri- 



;; republican; eight pages: size :30.x44; 
cription $2; established 1877; Welch & 
er, editors and publishers; circ'n J 1. 



F U L T O N 

days ; 

subsci 

Betzei 

REGISTER; Thursdays; republican; 
ten pages; size of page 15x22; subscription 
$2; established 1849; C. E. Snively, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1. 



CAPRON, 

on ^ladison 



Boone Co., tl ^0 pop.. 
Division of the Chicago & 



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Northwestern Rd. Engaged in the manu- 
facture of butter and cheese. Has a good 
school. 

HERAIjI); Fridays; republican; eight 

f)ages ; size 2(ix4(); subscription $1.25; estab- 
ished 1881 ; A. H. S. Perkins, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulati(Mi K 0. 

CARBONDALE, Jaclcson Co., g 
2,213+ pop., on Illinois Central R(l.,50m.from 
Cairo. A branch railroad extends from 
this point to Grand Tower on the Missis- 
sippi r. Centre of a fruit-growing and coal 
region. State Normal University located 
here. 

BARTON'S FREE PRESS; Satur- 
days ; republican ; tour pages ; size 28x-t4 ; 
subscription $2 ; estaljlished 1877; J. H. Barton, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

CARIilNVIIiLE, C. H., Macoupin 

Co., D 3,5U0 pop., on Chicago & Alton Rd., 39 
m. from Springfield, 33 from Alton, and 57 
from St. Louis. The centre of a thriving 
trade. 

DEMOCRAT; semi-weeklv, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays, and WEEKLiY, 

Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription— semi-weeklv $2.50, week- 
ly $2.00; established— semi-weekly 1868, week- 
ly 1856 ; A. G. David, editor ; Macoupin Print- 
ing Co., publishers; circulation— semi-week 
ly L2, weekly J 1. 

MACOUPIN CO. ENQUIRER; Wed 
nesdays ; democratic ; four paucs ; size 24x35 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1871 ; E. B. Buck, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

BL.ACRBURNIAN; monthly; twenty 
pages ; size of page 8x10 ; subscription .$1 ; es- 
tablislied 1881 ; W. J. Sewell, editor ; Black- 
burnian Publishing Co., publishers ; circula 
tlon L 2 ; a college paper ; issued during the 
collegiate year. 

CARI.YLiE,C. H., Clinton Co., g 2,218 
pop., on Kaskaskia r., and Ohio & Missis- 
sippi Rd., 47 m. from St. Louis. Centre of 
an agricultural region. Shipping point for 
lumber. 

CONSTITUTION AND UNION; 

Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1868; 
Norfolk & Shoupe, editors and publishers; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

SUED ILLINOIS ZEITUNCi; Satur 
days ; German ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1876; J. Ruf, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

UNION BANNER; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1862; Ruf & Peterson, editors and 
publishers; circulation L 2 ; an edition entitled 
the Register is Issued at Huey. 

CARMI, C. H., White Co., D, 3,046 pop., 
at head of navigation on Little Wabash r., 
at junction of Louisville & Nashville and 
Cairo, Vincennes& Chicago Rds., 37 m. from 
Evansville, Ind. It is situated in the cen 
tre of the county and southern poi'tion of 
Illinois, called Egypt, because of the abund- 
ance of corn raised in it everj- year. There 
are several manufactories at this place. 

COURIER; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1858; A. S. Harsha, editor and pub- 
lisher : circulation .1 1 

TIMES; Tuesdays; republican; four 
pages ; size 24x.34 ; subscription $1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1872 ; Andrew P. Joy, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 



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CARROLIiTON, C. H., Greene Co., -a 
2,700 pop., on Chicago & Alton and Litchfield, 
Carrollton & Western Rds., 57 m. from 
St. Louis, Mo., and 34 from Jacksonville, in 
an agricultural, grain and stock district. 
Engaged in extensive tile, machinery and 
flour manufactures. Coal found in abund- 
ance in the vicinity. 

GAZETTE; Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight pages ; size 31x44 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1846; Price & Farrellj', editors and 
publishers; circulation J 1. 

PATRIOT; Fridays ; republican ; ten 
pages; size of page 13x20; subscription $2; 
established 1863 ; Clement L. Clapp, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

CARTHAGE, C. H,, Hancock Co., -a 
2,000 pop., on Wabash & Carthage branch 
of Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 38 m. 
from Quincy, 180 from Chicago, 200 from St. 
Lotiis and 12 from Mississippi r. Surround- 
ed by a farming country. Seat of Carthage 
College. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1 75 ; estab- 
lished 1865 ; Thomas C. Sharp, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1. 

REPUBLICAN; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages ; size 31x44 ; subscription 
$2; established 1854; J. M. Davidson, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

CARTHAGINIAN; monthly ; twenty- 
eight pages octavo ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1S78 ; Stiulents of Carthage College, 
editors and publishers ; a college paper ; is- 
sued during the collegiate year. 

CASEY, Clarlc Co., n- 1.600 pop., on St. 
Louis, Vaudalia, Terre Haute & Indianapo- 
lis, and Danville & Olney Rds., 35 m. W. of 
Terre Haute, Ind. Good shipping point. 

ACORN ; Tuesdays ; four pages ; size 
20x26 ; subscription ,50 cents ; established 1881; 
Dr. J. J. Sewell, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L 2. 

BANNER ; Fridays ; independent ; eight 

f)ages ; size 30x42; subscription $1.50; estab- 
ished 1872 ; Morris & Gordon, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 1 ; issues also the 
Martinsville Enterprise. 

CENTRALIA, Marion Co., g 6,000 
pop., on Illinois Central Rd., at the junction 
of the Chicago branch with the main line, 
also at terminus of Jacksonville and South- 
eastern Rd., 112 m. from Cairo and 136 from 
Bloomington, 253 from Chicago. The rail- 
road repair shops, nail mill, coal mine and 
other manufacturing industries are located 
here, giving.employment to a large number 
of men. 

SENTINEL ; every evening except 
Sunday : and W E E K L Y, Thursdays ; 
republican ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages : size— daily 22x30, weekly 30x44 ; sub- 
scription—daily $6. weekly $1.50; established 
— daily 1884, weekly 1863; J. N. Kerr, editor 
and publisher ; circulation— daily L 2. weekly 
K 1 ; issues also the Patoka Enterprise. 

DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1867 ; S. P. Tufts, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

UNION; Fridays; German; four pages; 
size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1880 ; 
Geo. Breuning, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

VAN DA LI A DISTRICT ADVO- 
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pages; size 19x25; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished 1S85 ; Eev. John Peeper, editor and 
publisher. 

CERRO GORDO, Piatt Co., u 600 

pop.. 12 ni. E. of Decatur, on Wabash, St. 

Louis & Pacific K.d. A floiu-ishing agri- 

cultiu-al section. 

NEW ERA; Tuesdaj's ; republican; 
eight pages ; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; 
established 1879 ; M. T. Hyer, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 1 . 

CHAMPAIGN, Champaign Co., [> 
5,106 pop., on Illinois Central Rd., at intersec- 
tion of Indianapolis.Bloomington & Western 
Rd., 128 m. from Chicago and 48 from 
Bloomingtou. The Champaign, Havana & 
Western and a division of the Wabash, St. , 
Louis and Pacific Rd. furnish direct con- 1 
nections East and West. Champaign county 
lies in the eastern part of Illinois, and is 
drained by the head streams of the Kas- ' 
kaskia, Embarras and Vermilion rivers, and 
traversed in part by the north fork of the 
Sangamon i-iver. The soil is fertile and 
the county is devoted to agriculture. State 
Universit}' is located here. 

GAZETTE ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and CHAM- 
PAIGN COUNTY 
GAZETTE, Wed- 
^nesdays; republican; 
daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages; 
s i z e— d a i 1 y 22x30, 
weekly 30x44 ; sub- 
scription— d ally $5, 
^N- e e k 1 y §2 ; estab- 
lished — d ally 1883, 
^,.-. . ^.^.-- „,5/;r*^weekly 1851; H. J. 
gt^g^itj^j^^^A^^i-WDunlap, editor and 
^- ^^ •^z^^gsfeaa-^teF publisher; circulation 
— daily L 2 , weeklj' I 2 . 

CHA3IPAIGN CO. GAZETTE ; (see 
Gazette.) 

SIGNALi ; Thursdays ; independent ; eight 
pages ; size 2(5x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1880; Ernest Eaton, editor; Eaton Brothers, 
publishers; circulation K 2. 

TIMES; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x40 ; subscription .§1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1872; Smyser, Powers & Fielding, edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation J 2. 

ILTjINI; semi-monthly; twenty pages; 
size of page 8x11 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1871 ; Students of the University of Illi- 
nois, editors and publishers ; circulation L 2 ; 
a college paper ; issued during the collegiate 
year. 

CHANDLER VILLE, Cass Co., ^ 
811 pop., on Sangamon r. and Peoria & Jack- 
sonville branch of W., St. L. & P. Rd., 58 m. 
from Peoria ; active commercial point ; in 
fine farming country. A large number of 
fine live stock bred and sold. 

SANGAMON VALLEY TIMES; Fri 

days ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription 
§1.50 ; established 1875 ; E. Spink, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

CHARLESTON, C. H., Coles Co., u- 
3,250 pop., at crossing of St. Louis & India- 
napolis and Toledo, Cincinnati & St. Louis 
Rds., 48 m. from Terre Haute. Centre of an 
agricultural county. Does a thriving trade. 
The machine shops of Toledo, Cin. & St. 
Louis Rd., large broom factory, foundry 
and woolen mills are located here. 
COURIER; Thursdays ; democratic ; 




eight pages ; size 30x44; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1840 ; Brown & Dunbar, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

PliAINDEALiER; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; estabUshed 1863 ; M. A. McConnell & Co., 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

SATURDAY EVENING HERAED; 
Saturdays ; independent ; eight pages ; size 
30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1872 ; 
Herald Printing Co. , publishers ; circ'n K J 1 . 

CHATHAM, Sangamon Co., u 375 
pop., on tlie Cliicago & Alton Rd.. 9 m. S. S. 
W. of Springfield. A traded school, eleva- 
tor, floming mill, &c., are situated here. 

ADVOCATE; Thursdays: four pages; 
size 24x34 ; subscription $1,50 ; established 1885; 
R. T. Spencer, editor and publisher. 

CHATS WORTH, Livingston Co., u 
1,055 pop., 96 m. from Chicago, 70 E. of 
Peoria. On Toledo, Peoria & Western Rd. 
and Chatsworth branch of Illinois Central 
Rd. The surrounding section is agricul- 
tural, with corn and hog raising. 

HERALD; Fridays; foui- pages; size 
23X.34 ; subscription $1 ; estal)lished 1885 ; Alf. 
Doolittle, editor and publisher. 

PEAINDEA EER ; Fridays ; eight pages; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1873 ; 
Jas. A. Smith, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 2. ZS^ -Actual average circulation for 
one year preceding Nov. 27, 1885, as per state- 
ment on file at the office of the American 
Neivspapcr Directory, S16 copies. 

CHEBANSE, Iroquois Co., D- 1,000 

pop., on Central Rd., 64 m. S. by W. of 

Chicago and 9 m. from Kankakee. 

HERALD ; Saturdays ; republican ; eight 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1869 ; Sawyer & Eyerley, editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

CHENOA, McLean Co., n 2,000 pop., 

on Chicago & Alton Rd., at intersection of 

the Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw Rd., 24 m. 

from Bloomingtou. Surrounded by an 

agricultural section. 

i GAZETTE; Thursdays; eight pages; 
size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1866 ; 
Horace O. Hedge, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

CHESTER, C. H., Randolph Co., p 
3,000 pop., on Mississippi r., just below the 
mouth of the Kaskaskia r., and at terminus 
of Wabash, Chester & Western Rd., about 

i 80 m. below St. Louis. It has a large river 
commerce, and is a place of active business 
in coal, iron, lead and agricultural pro- 

i ducts ; situated in a prosperous region. Lo- 
cation of Southern Illinois Penitentiary. 

CLARION; Wednesdays; four pages; 
size 28x44; subscription $1.50; established 1867; 
Frank R. McAfee, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation Iv 1. 
TRI BUNE ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
ages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
ished 1872; Matlack & Wassell, editors and 
pul)lishers ; circulation K 2. 

CHICAGO, C. H., CooTc Co.,^ 625,000 
pop., on Lake I^Iichigan and Chicago r. Me- 
tropolis of the Northwestern States. Rail- 
roads centre liere from all points. Central 
depot for the shipment of the various prod- 
ucts of the West to the Eastern mai-kets, 
' by way of the Lakes and through lines of 
i railroad. Largest grai n, provision, live stock 



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and lumber market in the world. Lake 

commerce is extensive. Largest city in the 

West. 

BlJiSINESiif? ; every evening except Sun- 
day; financial; f\)ur pai^es ; size 14x21 ; sul)- 
sci'iption $5 : established 1835 ; W. G. Nicholas, 
editor; Business Piil)llshing- Co., publisliors. 

CniCACiOER AllBElTER - ZEI- 
TlIX (t ; every evening except Sundav, DIE 
FACKEL, Sundays, and VOK i$OTE, 
Wednesdays ; German ; independent ; daily 
four pages, Sunday and weeklj- eight pages ; 
size— daily 26x40, Sunday and weekly ;34x47 ; 
subscription— daily $7.50, Sunday $2, weeklj' 
$3; established— daily 1877, Sunday 1879,weekly 
1874; Socialistic Publishing Society, editors 
and publisliers ; circulation— daily H 2, Sun- 
dav G 2. weeklv (t 1. 

CHIC A GOER FREIE PRESSE; 
every morning except Sunday, WEEKIiY, 
Tuesdays, and DAHEIM, Sundays; Ger- 
man ; independent ; Sunday, literary ; daily 
four pages, weekly eight and Sunday twelve 
pages ; size— daily 27x40 ; weekly and' Sunday 
35x48; subscription- daily $S, weekly $1.50, 
Daheim .$2.60; established 1871; R. Michaelis, 
editor- German American Publishing Co., 
publishers ; circulation— daily G 1, weekly 
G 1, Sunday G 2. The Sonntags Bote is also 
issued Sundays for country circixlation ; sub- 
scription .$1.50; weekly and Sonntags Bote 
together .$3. 

DROVERS' JOURNAL. (Union Stock 
Yards, town of Lnke); every afternoon ex- 
cept Sunday, SsE.Ur-WEEKI.Y, Tuesdays 
and Fridays, and VVEEKLiY, Thursdays; 
live stock ; daily and semi-weekly four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily and semi- 
weekly 22x30, weekly size of page 15x22 ; sub- 
scription—daily .$4, semi-weekly $2, weekly 
^1.50; established 1873; H. L. Goodall & Co.. 
editors and publishers ; circ'n X ; issue also 
the Sun. 

EVENING JOURNAIi; every evening 
except Sunday, TRI-WEEKLiY, Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Sattirdays, and JOUR- 
NALi, Wednesdays; republican; daily and 
tri-weekly four pages, weekly six pages, 
Saturdays six to eight pages ; size — daily and 
tri-weekly 30x45, weekly (size of page) 22x30 ; 
subscription— daily $10, tri-weekly $4, weekly 
$1.00 ; established 1844 ; _Andrew Shiiman, edi- 
tor ; John R. Wilson, publisher ; circulation- 
daily F 2, triweekly I 1 , weekly D 1. 

EVENING MAIL.; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday ; republican ; four pages ; size 
22x36 ; subscription $4 ; established 1882 ; Hat- 
tou-Snowden Co., editors and publishers ; cir- 
<jtilat!on D 2. 

HERALiD; every morning except Sun- 
day. SUNDAY HERALD, Sundays, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays ; independent ; 
daily four pages, Sunday twelve pages and 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 24x36, Sun- 
day and weekly (size of page) 18x24 ; subscrip- 
tion—daily with Sunda.y $8, without Sunday 
$6, Sunday $2, weekly $1 ; established 1881 ; 
James W. Scott, publisher ; circulation— daily 
C 1, Sunday C 1. weeklv E 2. 

ILLINOIS STAATS-ZEITUNG; 
every morning except Sundav, WEEKLY, 
Mondays, and DER WESTEN, Sundays; 
German ; independent ; dall.y four pages, 
weekly eight pages, Sunday twelve pages; 
size— daily 29x44, weekly and Sunday 34x46; 
subscription— daily $10, weekly $2..50, Sunday 
$2; established— daily and weekly 1847, Sun- 
day 1855: Illinois Staats-Zeitung Co., editors 
and publishers ; circulation— daily G 2, week- 
ly F2, Sunday F 1. 

INTER O C E A N ; every morning except 
Sunday, SEMI- WEEKLY, Mondays and 
Thursdays, WEEKLY, Thursdays, and 
SUNDAY INTER OCEAN, Sundays; 
republican ; daily and semi-weekly eight 
pages ; weekly twelve pages, Sunday sixteen 
pages ; size of page 18x23 ; subscription— daily 
with Sunday $12, without Sunday $10, semi- 
weekly $2.50, weekly $1, Sunday .$2 ; estab- 
lished—daily 1872, semi-weekly 1874, weekly 
1872; William Penn Nixon, general manager ; 
Inter Ocean Publishing Co., publishers ; cir- 



ILLINOIS. 



culation— daily D 2, semi- weekly H 1, weekly 
A 1, Sundav C 1. 

LIVE STOCK AND DAIRY RE- 
VIEW ; every evening exceitt Sunday ; live 
stock; four pages; size 22x30; sul)scription 
$4; established 18S5 ; W. O. Hoffman, editor; 
Cowles & Ferren, i)ublisliers. 

LIVE STOCK COMMERCIAL.; 
every evening except Sunday ; live stuck ; 
four pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription .$3 ; es- 
tablished 1885; Gould & Co., editors and pub- 

NATIONAL. HOTEL REPORTER; 

every morning except Sunday ; four pages ; 
size 26x34 ; subscription $8 ; established 1871 ; 
F. W. Rice, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion J 2 . 

NEWS; every morning and evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; 
independent ; eight pages ; size of pag.-, daily 
18x25 ; weekly 20x25 ; subscription— morning 
.$6. evening $6, weekly $1 ; established— daily 
1875, weekly 1878; Melville E. Stone, editor; 
Victor F. Lawson, publisher; circulation- 
daily A 1, weekly B 1. ^;W Actual average 
circulation for one year preceding Jan. 1, 
1886, as per statement on file at the office of 
the American Newspaper Directory— daily 
131,992, tveekly 60,109 copies. 

RAILWAY NEWS; every morning; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1884 ; Chas. D. Stone & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

SKANDINAVEN; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLiY, Wednes- 
days ; Norwegian-Danish ; four pages ; size — 
daily 25x38, weekly 84x44 ; subscription— daily 
$5, weekly $2 ; established 1865 ; John Ander- 
son & Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion—daily 1 1, weekly D. An edition, same 
size as the weekly, is issued semi-monthly for 
Eiiropean circulation. 

S L N ; (Union Stock Yai-ds, town of Lake) 
every evening except Sunday, four pages ; 
size 22x30 ; established 1868 ; H. L. Goodall & 
Co., editors and publishers ; circulation X ; 
issue also the Drovers^ Journal. 

SUN ; every morning ; four pages ; Sunday 
eight ; size — daily 24x35 ; Sundays .35x48 ; sub- 
scription .$5; established 1885; C. R. Dennett, 
editor ; W D. St. Clair, publisher. 

S VORNOST ; every morning except Sun- 
day, and AMERIKAN, Wednesdays; Bo- 
hemian ; dailj" four pages, weekly thirty-two 
pages ; size — daily 27x41, weekly (size of page) 
10x13; subscription— daily $7.50, weekly .$2.50; 
established 1875 ; F. B. Zdrubek, editor ; Aug. 
Geringer, publisher; circulation— daily J 2, 
weekly H 1 : issues also Duch Ca.stt. 
TELEGRAM; every evening, including 
Sundaj^ ; independent ; four pages : size 
24x34: subscription $3.50; established 1880; 
Chicago Telegram Co., editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation X. 

TIMES ; every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays ; independent : daily and 
weekly eight pages, Sunday eighteen pages ; 
size of page 18x25 ; subscription— daily $13, 
daily with Sunday $15, weekly $1.25, Sunday 
$2.75 ; established— daily and weekly 1854, 
Sunday 1865 ; W. F. Storey, editor and pub- 
lisher; cii'culation- daily C 1, weeklv E 2. 

TRIBUNE: every morning, and DOL- 
LA R TRIBUNE; Thursdays ; republican; 
daily sixteen pages, weekly eight pages, Sun- 
day twenty pages; size of page 18x24; sub- 
scription—daily $10; with Sunday $12, Sunday 
$2, weekly $1 ; established 1846; Tribune Co., 
publishers; circulation — daily C 1, weekly E 1. 

CHICAGSKE LISTY ; triweekly; 
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; Bo- 
hemian; four pages; size 22x30; subscription 
.$3 : established 1883. 

ADVANCE; Thursdaj^s; congregational ; 
sixteen pages ; size of page 12x17 ; subscription 
$2.50 ; established 1867 ; Robert *\ est, editor ; 
Advance Publishing Co., publishers ; circula- 
tion F 2. 

ALARM; Saturdays; socialistic; four 
pages ; size 13x20 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; A. R. Parsons, editor ; Working 
People's International Association, publish- 
ers ; circulation J 1 . 



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AMERICAN ARTISAN AND TIN- 
NER AND HDL>E FURNISHER; 

weekl.y ; commercial; forty to eighty pages; 
size of page 11x16; subscription Si; estab- 
lishiecl 1880 ; Daniel Stern, publisher ; cii'cula- 
tion H -1. 

AMERICAN BEE JOl RNAL.; Wed 
nesdays ; bee culture ; sixteen pages ; size of 
page 8x11 ; subscription Si ; established 1861 ; 
Thos. G. Newman, editor; Thos. G. Newman 
& Son. publishers ; circulation H 2. 

AMERICAN CABINET MAKER; 
(see Boston, Mass). 

AMERICAN ENGINEER; Thursdays ; 
engineering; twenty-two pages; size of page 
11x16; subscription $4 ; established 1880 ; John 
W Weston, >-ditor ; Cowles & Weston, pub- 
lishers ; circulation H 1. 

AMERICAN FIELD; Saturdays; 
sporting; thirty-two pages; size of page 
11x16 ; subscription S3 ; established 1874 ; N. 
Rowe, editor ; American Field Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation E 2. 

AMERICAN ISRAELITE : Satur- 
days : Jewish ; eight pages ; size of page 16x2:5 ; 
subscription $4: established 1834; Isaac M. 
Wise, editor ; Block Publishing & Printing 
Co., publishers; issue also the Cincinnati. 
Ohio, Die Deborah, Sabbath Visitor, Ameri- 
can Line Record, and American Israelite. 

AMERICAN LITHOGRAPHER 
AND PRINTER; Saturdays; mechanical; 
eight pages ; size 22x28 ; subscription $S ; es- 
tablished 1SS;3: Lithographer Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers ; circulation I 2 ; New 
York City Office, 15 Centre St. 

AMERIIvA ; Wednesdays; Norwegian; 
eight pages ; size of page 17x24 ; subscription 
S2 ; established 1S84 ; Norwegian Publisliing 
Co., editors and publishers ; circulation G 1. 

AMERIKAN; {see Svornost.) 

BANNER; Saturdays; eight pages; size 
30x44; subscription $1; established 1869; Frank 
E. Stanley, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion H 1. 

B L A D E T ; Tuesdays ; Swedish ; eight 
pages; size 30x42; subscription $1.30; estab- 
lished 1877 ; John Martenson, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation G 2. 

BREEDERS' GAZETTE; Thursdays; 
live stock ; thirty -six pages ; size of page 9x12; 
subscription .$3 ; established 1831 ; J. H. San- 
ders & Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion F 2. 

BUDSTIKKEN; (see Minneapolis, 
Minn.) 

CANADIAN AMERICAN ; Thursdays; 
sixteen pages; size of page 11x15; subcrip- 
tion .S2; established 1SS3; Jaffray Bros., edi- 
tors anrl jtuhlishers ; circulation F 1. 

CIIA^IPION OF FREEDOM AND 
RIGHT; Tluirsdays; anti - prohibition ; 
eiglit pages ; size ;30x44 ; subscription .$2.50 ; 
established 1878 ; Paul Schuster, editor and 
publisher; circulation G 1. 

CHICAGOER REVUE; Sundays; 
German ; eight pages ; size 36x46 ; subscription 
S2; established 1883; De Clerque & Wiggen- 
horn. eflitors and puV)lishers. 

CHRISTIAN CYNOSURE; Thurs- 
days ; unsectarian ; sixteen pages ; size of 
page 11x15; .subscription $2; established 1868; 
National Christian Association, editors and 
publishers; circulation H 2. 

CHRISTIAN WORKER; Thursdays; 
friends ; sixteen pages ; size of page 10x14 ; 
subscripticm S1.30; established 1871 ; Calvin 
W. Pritchard, editor; Publishing Association 
of Friends, publishers ; circulation G 2 ; issue 
also Friends'' Missionari/ Advocate and 
Friends' Bible School Quarterly. 

CHRONICLE; Thursdays ; repuljli- 
can ; four pages; size 24x.35; subscription 
$1; esta))lishe(l 1880; D. L. Davis and L. L. 
Davis, editors and publishers; circulation 
L2. 

C H U R C II AND HO .M E ILLUS- 
TRATED; Thursdays; evangelical; eight 
pages; size of page 10x14; sub.scripiion Sl.'-i">; 
established 1880; David C. Cook, editor and 
publisher ; circulation C 1 ; a seini-monthly 
edition is also issued ; subscription 63 cents. 
The paper is printed at Elgin. 



ILLINOIS. 



CHURCH PROGRESS; Saturdays;^ 
catholic; eight pages : size 30x44; subscrip- 
tion .$2 ; established 1&S5 ; Michael J. Stalbus 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

CITIZEN; Saturdays; eight pages; size 
.30x44; subscription S2.50 ; established 1882; 
John F. Finertj-, editor ; Citizen Newspaper 
Publishing Co., publishers ; circulation (r 2. 

COMMERCIAL BULLETIN; Tues 
days; commercial; thirty-two pages; size 
of page 11x14; subscription .§2: established 
1872 ; E. R. Pritchard, editor ; Chicago Com- 
mercial Bulletin Co., publishers ; circ'nH 2. 

C03IMERCIAL NEWS; (see New 
York City.) 

COMRADE; Saturdajs ; eight pages; 
size 26x38; subscription $1; established 1882; 
Comrade Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation H 1 ; an organ of Grand 
Army of the Republic. 

C O N S E R VA T O R ; Saturdays ; four 
pages ; size 24x35; subscription ,S2 ; established 
1878 ; Alexander Clark, editor and puVjlisher ; 
circulation J 1 ; an organ of colored people. 

CONTRACTOR; Thursdays ; eight 
pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1885; Contractor Publishing Co.,. 
editors and publishers. 

COURRIER DE L'lLLINOIS: Fri 
days; French; independent : four pages ; size 
26x38; subscripticiu $2 ; established 1868; A» 
Grandpre, editor and publisher; circ'n .1 1. 

CURRENT ; Saturdays; literary; twen- 
ty pages; size of page 9x13; subscription. 
S4; established 1883 : Current Publishing Co., 
publishers ; circulation C 1. 

DAHEII>I ; (see Chicagoer Freie Presse.} 

DEN CHRISTELIGE TALS- 
M A N D ; Wednesdays ; Norwegian-Danish ; 
methodist episcopal ; eight pages ; size of 
page 20x14; subscription SI. 60; established 
1 869 ; Chr. Treider, editor and manager ; cir- 
culation G 2. 

DE NEDERLANDER: Fridays; Hol- 
landish : four pages ; size 26x.36 ; sub.scription 
SI. 50; established 1883; Henry U. Ma.sman, 
editor ; published by an association ; circu- 
lation J 1. ^^" Actual average circulation 
for one year preceding Dec. 31, 1885, as per 
statement on file at the o^ce oft'ie American 
Newspaper Directory 1,.500 copies. 

DER BEOBACHTER; Saturdays; Ger- 
man ; independent ; eight pages ; size 34x45 ; 
subscription S2 ; established 1878 ; Henry Wil- 
helmy, editor and publisher ; circulation (t2. 

DER POSTILLION; Thursda.vs; Ger- 
man; foiir pages; size 28x44; subscription 
S1.50; established 1885; Edward Rummel, 
editor antl publisher ; dated at Lake View. 

DER WELTBURGER; Thursdays;. 
German ; catholic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription S;^.; established 1881; W. Kuhl- 
mann and Otto Lsing, editors and publishers ^ 
circulation H 1. 

DER WESTEN; (see Illinois Staats- 
Zeitung.) 

DEUTSCHE POST ; Wednesdays ; 
German; eight paices ; size 36x46; sub.scrip- 
tion .S2..50; established 18S3: De Clerque & 
Wiggenhorn, editors and publisliers. 

DEI TSCIIE WARTE: Mondays, and 
ERIIOLUN<iS-STi;ND EN, Thursdays; 
German; independent; Thur.sday issue liter- 
ary ; eight pages ; size of page — Deutsche 
Warte 18x24, Erholungs-stunden (size of page) 
10x14; subscrij)tion — Deutsche Warte S2» 
Erholungs-stunden $1 ; established— Deutsche 
Warte 1878, Erholungs-stunden 1879; Germania 
Publishing Co. (Geo. Brumder), of Milwau- 
kee, Wis., editors and pul)lishers; circulation 
-Deutsche Warte E 2, Erholungs-stunden 
F. 2 ; issue also the Germania iiuil Hans und 
Bauernfreiind, Milwaukee, Wis., and the 
Hiittalo, N. Y., Deutscher Volksblatt. 

DIE FACKEL; (see Chicagoer Arbeiter 
Zeit'intj). 

DOULAIt TRIBUNE; (see Tribune.) 

DRV (aM>I)S REPORTER; Satur 
days; commercial; twelve pages; size of 
l)age 13xl.S; subscription S'2 ; established 1882; 
Chicaijo Dry Gi>ods Reporter Co., editors and 
publishers ;" circulation I 1 . 

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twelve pages; size of page 10x12; subscrip- 
tion $2; estal)lishe(i 1877; circulation 12 ; 
issued from tlie office of the Svornost. 

DUNTON'S SPIRIT OF THE 
TUlt F ; Saturdays ; sporting ; sixteen pages ; 
size of page 11x16; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1876 ; Frank H. Danton, editor; Frank 
H. & E. M. Diinton, publishers ; circ'n H 2. 

DZlENiSWIETV; weekly; Polish; six- 
teen pages : size 20x24 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1882; W. Smulski, editor; Polish 
Literarj' Society, publishers ; does not insert 
advertisements. 

ELITE NEWS; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 2Jx32 ; subscription Si; established 18S3; 
H. A. Pierce, editor ; The Elite Publishing 
Co., publishers 

EillERAliD; Saturdays; catholic ; eight 
pages ; size 32x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1879; James E. Dunn, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation ii 1. 

E R H () 1. II N G S-S T U N D E N ; (see 
Deut.cJie Warfe). 

EUL.ENSPIEGEI. ; Sundays; German; 
humorous ; sixtet'U pages ; size of page 10x14 ; 
subscription $3.(1) ; established 1872 ; Julian 
Van de Berge, editor ; Eulenspiegel Publish- 
ing Co.. publishers : circ'n G 1. 

EXPRESS; Saturdays ; independent; 
eight pages : size 33x44 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1823 ; B. S. Heath, editor ; Chicago 
Express Co., publishers ; circulation C 1. 

FARMERS' REVIEW; Thursdays ; 
agricultural ; sixteen pages ; size of page 
11x16 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 1877 ; 
Oscar C. Gibbs, editor ; Hannibal H. Chand- 
ler, publisher: circulation D 2. 

FAR31, FIELD AND STOCKMAN; 
Saturdays ; agricultural ; sixteen pages ; size 
of page 11x1.5 ; subscription .$1.50 ; establislied 
1878 ; C. H. Howard, editor; Howard & Wilson 
Publishing Co. , publishers : circulation B 1. 

FIFTH WARD VINDICATOR ; (see 
Lake Vindicator and Cook Co. Suburban 

FOLKE-VENNEN; Thursdays; Skan- 
dinavian ; eight pages ; size 26x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1878 ; Wold, Mortensen 
& Co., editors and ptiblishers; circ'n H 2. 
S^° Actual average circulation, for one year 
preceding November 20, 18S5, as per statement 
on file at the office of the American News- 
paper Directory, 4.320 copies. 

FREE METHODIST; Wednesdays; 
free-methodist ; sixteen pages; size of page 
11x16 : subscription $2 ; established 1868 ; Rev. 
J. Travis, editor ; T. B. Arnold, publisher ; 
circulation H 2. 

GA3ILA OCH NYA HEMLAN- 
DET; Wednesdaj^s ; Swedish; republican; 
eight pages ; size of page 17x24 ; subscription 
$2; established 1855; Enander & Bohman, 
editors and publishers ; circulation F 2. 

GAZETA KATOLICKA; Thursdays; 
Polish ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1871 ; Wladislaw Smulski, edi- 
tor ; Polish Literary Society, publishers ; cii'- 
culation I 2 . 

GAZETA POLSKA; Thursdays; Po- 
lish ; independent ; four pages ; size 29x48 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1873 ; W. Dynie- 
wicz, editor and publisher ; circulation G 2. 

GRAIN AND PROVISION RE- 
VIE W ; Saturdays; commercial; tour pages; 
size 16x21; subscription .$1; established 1875; 
Grain and Provision Review Publishing Co., 
editor.s and publishers. 

GROCER; Mondays ; commercial ; 
forty -two pages; size of page 10x14; subscrip- 
tion .$2; established 1879; Chicago Groc r 
Publishing Co., publishers; circulation H 2. 

GROCER AND MARRETMAN ; 
Tuesdays ; commercial; sixteen pages; size of 
page 9x12 ; subscription .$1 ; established 1884 ; 
J. W. Lynch & Deming, editors and publishers; 
circulation H 1. 

GROCERS' CRITERION; Mondays; 
commercial ; forty-two pages ; size of page 
11x14 ; subscription $2 ; established 1874 ; 
Eugene J. Hall, editor ; D. O. Lantz & Co.. 
publishers ; an advertising sheet. 

H03IE LIGHT; Saturdavs; eight pages; 
size 31x44; subscription $1.75; established 



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1885; Chicago Home Light Publishing Co., 
editors andpublishers. 

HORSE M A N ; Thursdays ; sporting ; 
sixteen to twenty-eight pages ; size of page 
11x16 ; subscription $4 ; established 1881 ; H. V. 
Bemis, editor ; Chicago Horseman Newspaper 
Co.. publishers ; circulation (4 1. 

HOTEL WORLD; Saturdays; sixteen 
pages ; size of page lLxl6; sub.scription $5; 
established 1875; H. J. Bohn & Bro., editors 
and publishers; circulation H 1. 

ILLINOISER VOLKSZEITLNG j 
Saturdays ; German ; four pages ; size 23x37 ; 
established 1884 ; H. Walther, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 

ILLUSTRERET UGEBLAD ; Fri 
days; Skandinavian; eight pages; size of page 
10x15; subscription $1..50 ; established 1881 ; C. 
Rasmussen, editor and publisher : circ'n H 2. 

INDICATOR; Saturdays ; music ; 
twenty pages; size of page 10x14; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1882; O. L. Fox, man- 
ager; circulation 12. 

INDUSTRIAL WORLD AND 
IRON WORKER; Thursdays; com- 
mercial ; mechanical ; forty to forty-eight 
pages; size of page 11x16; subscription $3; 
established 1867 ; J. S. Salisbury, editor ; In- 
dustrial World Co., ptiblishers; circ'n F 1. 

INTERIOR; Thursdays; presbyterian ; 
eight pages ; size of page 18x24 ; suljscription 
$2.50 ; establislied 1869: Wm. C. Gray, editor; 
Frank S. Gray, publisher ; circulation D 1. 

INVESTIGATOR; Saturdays; insur- 
ance ; sixteen pages ; size of page 9x12 ; sub- 
scription $3 ; established 1874 ; J. S. Bloom- 
ingston, editor and publisher ; circulation 
H 1 ; issues also the Western Fireman. 

JEWISH OCCIDENT ; Fridays; Jew- 
ish; eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $3; 
established; 1874; Julius Silversmith, M. A., 
editor ; Occident Publishing Co., publishers ^ 
circulation C 1. 

JOURNAL (see Ereninrf Journal.) 

JOURNAL OF COM3IERCE; Wed- 
nesdays ; commercial; mechanical; forty-four 
pages ; size of page 13x18 ; subscription .$4 ; 
established 1862 ; Journal of Commerce Co., 
publishers ; circulation G 2. 

JOURNAL OF EDUCATION; (see 
Boston, Mass.) 

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN 
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ; Satur- 
days ; medical ; twenty -eight pages ; size of 
page 8x11 ; subscription $5 ; established 1883 ; 
N. S. Davis, editor ; American Medical Asso- 
ciation, publishers; circulation H 1. 

KATHOLISCHES WOCHEN- 
BLATT ; Wednesdays ; German ; catholic ; 
eight pages ; size ;30x44 ; subscription $2.50 ; 
established 1859 ; Franz Xaver Brandecker 
editor and publisher ; circulation G 1. 

KNAPSACK ; Saturdays; Grand Army 
of Republic ; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 18S5 ; Frank Seaman, 
editor and publisher. 

LAKE VIEW INDEPENDENT; 
Saturdavs ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1884; Geo. W. Blair, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

LAKE VIEW TELEPHONE; Satur- 
davs ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.50: established 1882; R. S. Andrews, edi- 
tor and publisher: circulation K 2. 

LAKE VINDICATOR AND COOK 
CO. SUBURBAN NEWS; (Town 
of Lake) : Saturdays ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1883 ; William 
Halley, editor and publisher ; circ'n I 1 ; an 
edition entitled the Fifth Ward Vindicator is 
also i>;sued and another entitled the Cicero 
Vindicator, ii^ dated at Cicero. 

LEDGER; Wednesdays ; literary ; 
eight pages ; size of page 16x23 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1872 ; Ledger Co., editors and 
publishers; circulation E 1. 

LEGAL ADVISER ; Tuesdays, and 
MONTHLY ; legal; eight pages; size of 
page 11x15 ; subscription— weekly $3, month- 
ly $1 ; established— weekly 1880, monthly 1861 ; 
E. M. Haines, editor ; Law Publishing Co., 
publishers; circ'n — weeklv J 2, monthly H 2. 

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sixteen pages ; size 22x33 ; subscription §2.20 ; 
established 1868 ; Myra Bradwell, editor ; Chi- 
cago Legal News Co., publishers : circulation 
H2. 

Li E V E R ; Wednesdays : prohibition ; 
eight pages; size 24x36 ; subscription §1.00; 
established 187S ; J. A. Van Fleet, M. A., 
editor and pul^lisher ; circulation E 2. 

LIVING CHURCH ; Saturdays ; prot- 
estant episcopal ; sixteen pages ; size of page 
10x14 ; subscription SI ; establishedJSTS ; C. W. 
Leffingwell, D. D.. editor ; Living Church Co., 
publisliers ; circulation E 1. 

MEDIC L. REVIEW; Saturdays; 
medical ; fortv-two pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion S3; established 187T; E. C. Dudley, M.D., 
and D. O. Gamble, M.D., editors ; J. H. Cham- 
bers & Co., publishers ; circulation H 1 ; 
dated and issued simultaneously at Chicago 
and St. Louis, Mo.; issue also the St. Louis 
Courier of Medicine, American Journal 
of Ophthalmology, Archives of Dentistry 
and Annals of Surgeri). 

MERCHANT TRAVELER : Satur 
days : eight pages; size 31x44; subscription 
$2: established 1882; W. J. Lampton, editor; 
Drimimer Publishing Co., publishers ; circu- 
lation E 2 ; organ of Travelers' Protective As- 
sociation of the U. S. 

MINING RE VIE^V ; Thursdays; mining; 
sixteen pages ; size of page 10x14 ; subscrip- 
tion S3 ; established 1878 ; Duff Porter, editor ; 
Mining Review Co., publishers ; circ'n H 2. 

31 1 R R « R OF AMERICAN 
SPORTS ; Saturdays ; sporting ; sixteen 
pages ; size of page 11x16 ; subscription S3 ; 
established 1857; T. Z. Cowles, editor ; Mirror 
Publishing Co., publishers ; circ'n G 1. 

3IISS10NS-WANNEN ; Wednesdays; 
evangelical ; Swedish ; eight pages ; size of 
page 18x23; subscription Sl-50; established 
1883 ; Mission Fi-iends Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulatifm J 1. 

NATIONAL. L.IVE-STOC K JOTR- 
NAL. ; Tuesdays and MONTH LY ; live- 
stock ; weeklj-, twenty pages ; monthly, forty 
to tifty-six pages ; size of page 10x13; subscrip- 
tion— weeklj' .§1 ; weekly and monthly com- 
bined S2.1.5; established— weeklj' 1884, monthly 
1870; Stock Journal Co., editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation— Aveeklv K 1 ; monthlj- G 1. 

NATIONAL WEEKLY; Saturdays; 
humorous ; eight pages ; size .32x.34 ; subscrip- 
tion S2 ; established 1874 , C. H. Harris, editor 
and i)ubli<»her : circulation H 2. 

NEWS LETTER; Saturdays; dramatic; 
twelve pages ; size of page 14x20 ; subscription 
.§4; established 1880; D. Dalziel, editor and 
publisher ; circulation G 1. 

NORDEN; Tuesdays; Norwegian; four 
pages ; size of page 18x24 ; subscription S2 ; es- 
tablished 1874 ; H. Haude. editor J. T. Rel- 
ling & Co., pultlishers ; circvilation (t 2. 

NORTH-WESTERN CHRISTIAN 
ADVOCATE; Wednesdays; methodist 
episcopal; sixteen pages; size of page 13x18; 
suV)Scription S2.20; established 1853; Arthur 
Edwards, D.D., editor; Cranston & Stowe, pub- 
lishers ; circulation D 1 ; issue also Sandebu- 
det. 

NORTH-AVESTERN LUM DER- 
MA N ; Saturdajs ; commercial ; mechanical; 
forty-eight pages ; size of page 11x15; sub- 
scription S4; established 1873; W. B. Judson, 
editor and publisher; circulation G 1'. New 
York office 10 East 14th street 

NYA WECKO POSTEN; Wednes 
days; Swedish; eight i)ages ; size of page 
14x20 ; subscription .$1.50 ; established 1878 ; 
Rev. E. Wingren, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation <; 1. 

OBSERVER; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 27.Y11 ; subscription S2; established 1884 ; 
A. F. Biaillev, editor and publisher. 

PIH>TOGRAPHIC EYE AND THE 
EYE ; Saturdays ; mechanical ; sixteen 
pages ; size of page 11x15 ; subscription S2.50; 
established 1884 ; Chas. Gentile, editor and 
publisher; circulation G 1. 

PILOT; Saturdays; eitrht pages; size 
of page 1().\22; subscription §1.75; established 
1873 ; M. J. Cahill, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation G 1. 



PLATTDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG; 

Saturdaj's ; German ; four pages : size 24x36 ; 
subscription S2 ; established 1878 ; Edward 
Cook, editor and publisher ; circulation H 1. 

PRAIRIE FARMER; Saturdays; 
agricultural ; sixteen pages ; size of page 
11x16 ; subscription $1.50; established 1841; 
Orange Judd, editor; Prairie Farmer Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; circulation C 1. 

P R Z J A C I E L LI DI ; Wednesdays ; 
Polish ; four pages ; size 25x3S ; subscription 
S1.75 ; established 1883. 

RAILWAY AGE; Thursdays; com- 
mercial ; fortj- pages ; size of page 11x15 ; 
subscription S'^ ; established 1876 ; E. H. Tal- 
bott and H. R. Hobart, editors ; Railvvaj' Age 
Publishing Co., publishers; circulation H 1. 

RAILWAY REVIEW : Saturdays ; 
technical ; twenty -eight pages ; size of page 
11x16 ; subscription S4 ; established 1868 ; Wil- 
lard A. Smith, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation H 1. 

RAMBLER; Wednesdays; humorous; 
sixteen pages; size of page 9x11 ; subscription 
$8; established 1883; Harry B. Smith and 
Elliott Flower, editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation .1 1 . 

REAL ESTATE AND BUILDING 
JOURNAL ; Saturdajs ; commercial ; 
twentj' pages ; size of page 10x14; subscription 
S4 ; established 1866 ; R. C. Smyers, editor and 
publisher ; circulation I 2 . 

RELIGIO -PHILOSOPHICAL 
JOURNAL; Saturdajs; spiritualist; eight 
pages ; size of page 14x21 ; subscription $2.50 ; 
e.stablished 1865 ; John C. Bundy, editor and 
publisher: circulation F2. 

S A N D E B U D ET ; Mondays ; Swedish ; 
methodist episcopal ; eight pages ; size 27x38 ; 
subscription S2; established 1862; Rev. V. 
Witting, editor; Cranston & Stowe, publish- 
ers ; circulation H 1 ; issued from office of 
Northwest em Christian Advocate. 

SANITARY NEWS; Saturdays ; 
hj'glenic ; commercial ; tweutj'-four pages ; 
size of page 9x12 ; subscription S2 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; G. P. Brown, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1. 

SATURDAY EVENING HERALD; 
Satui'dajs ; eight pages ; size of page 16x22 ; 
subscription S2 ; established 1874; Lyman B. 
Glover, editor; Saturdaj' Evening Herald Co., 
publishers ; circulation 1 1. 

SATURDAY EVENING POST AND 
REPORTER; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 3(1x44; subscriotion .$2; established 1879; 
F. W. Brenckle, editor ; F. W. Breuckle & Co., 
publishers. 

SENTINEL; Thursdays; gi-eenback ; 
four pages ; size of page 17x23 ; subscription 
§1 ; established 1878 ; S. F. Norton, editor and 
publisher; circulstion 1)2. 

SHOE AND liEATHER REVIEW; 
Thursdays ; commercial ; forty-four pages ; 
size of page 9x12; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1876 ; Review Printing Co., publishers ; 
circulation H 1. 

SITTINGS ; Saturdavs; four pages; size 
24X.35; established 1883; Higgins Bros., editors 
and i)ublishers. 

SONNTAGSBOTE;(seeC7itcafiroer JVete 

SOUTH CHICAGO TRIBUNE; 

(see South Chicago.) 

SPIRIT AND SOUTHWEST AD- 
VERTISER : Tliursdays ; four pages ; size 
36x4U : subsciijjtion 50 cents ; established 
1879 : W. W. Bloss, editor and publisher. 

SPORTING AND THEATRICAL 
JOURNAL; Saturdaj's; dramatic ; twenty 
pages; size of page 13x18; subscription §4; 
established IS80; Yank Adams editor and pub- 
lisher : circulation J 2 ; dated at Chicago and 
New York Cilv. 

ST AND A RD ; Thursdays ; baptist ; eight 
pages; size of page 17x24; subscription S2.50; 
established 1853; .L A. Smith. D.D.. editor; 
Goodman & Dickerson, publishers; circ'n F 1. 

Sl'NDAY HERALD; {sea Herald.) 

SUNDAY INTER OCEAN; (see Inter 
Ocean.) 

SVENSKA AMERIKANAREN; 
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of page 17x24 ; subst-ripticm $2.25 ; established 
1876; Magnus Elniblad, editor: Svenska Amerl- 
kanaren Co., publishers; circulation F 1. 

SVEXSKA TRIBUNEN; Satur 
days ; Swedish ; ten pages ; size of page I7.x24 ; 
subscription $2.25 ; established 1869 ; Swedish 
Publisliing Co., editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation 1) 1. 

UNION SIGNAL.; Thursdays; temper- 
ance; sixteen pages; size of page 10x14; 
sxibscription $1.75; established 1874; Mrs. 
Mary B. Wlllard, editor ; Woman's Temper- 
ance Publication Association, publishers ; cir- 
culation F 2. 

UNITY; Saturdays; unitarian; sixteen 
pages; size of page 8x10; subscription $1.50; 
established 1ST8 ; Chas H. Kerr & Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation J 2. 

UNIVERSAL.IST; Saturdays; univer- 
salist ; eight pages ; size of page 17x24 ; sub- 
cription $2.50 ; established 1828 : J. S. Cant- 
well. D. D., editor; Universalist Publishing 
House, publishers ; circulation G 2 ; dated at 
Chicago and Cincinnati, O. 

UNIVERSITY; Saturdays ; twelve 
pages ; size of page 9x12; subscription $2.50; 
established 1877; Charles Douglass and Chas. 
H. Kerr, editors ; University Co., publishers ; 
circulation I 1 . 

VERDENS GANG; Thursdays; Skan- 
dinavian ; eiglit pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1878 : Verdens Gang Pub- 
lishing Co., editoi's and publishers ; circida- 
tion H 1. 

VORBOTE; (see Chicagoer Arbeiter 
Zeitnng.) 

WEST END ADVOCATE; Saturdays ; 
four pages ; size of page 15x22 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1870 ; C. E. Crandall. editor and 
publisher : circulation U 1. 

WESTERN CATHOLIC; Saturdays; 
catholic; eight pages; size of page 15x22; 
subscription $2.50; established 1868; J. R. 
Coffey, editor and publisher; circulation X. 

WESTERN FIREMAN; Wednesdays; 
sixteen pages; size of page 9x12; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1880; J. S. Blooming- 
ston, editor and publisher ; circulation H 1 ; 
a fireman's paper; issues also the Investigato7\ 

WESTERN RURAL. AND AMERI- 
CAN STOCKMAN; Saturdays; agricul- 
tural ; sixteen pages ; size of page 13x19 ; sub- 
scription $1.65; established 1863; Milton 
George, editor and publisher; circulation 
D 2 ; New York office, 21 Park row. 

\VHOEESALE DRY GOODS 
PRICE LIST; Saturdays; commercial; 
one hundred and eighty pages; size 4x6; 
subscription $3 ; established 1870 ; W. R. 
Dunn & Co., editors and publishers. 

WOOL JOURNAL; Tuesdays; com- 
mercial ; eight pages ; size 19x25 ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 1884 ; Wool Journal 
Co., editors and publishers ; circulation G 1. 

WORLD ; Satiirdays ; society ; six- 
teen pages ; size of page 13x17 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1871 ; Chicago World 
Publishing Co., editoi-s and publishers ; circu- 
lation C 1 ; issue a Friday edition for coun- 
try circulation. 

YENOWINE'S SUNDAY NEWS ; 
Sundays ; eight pages ; size 17x24 ; subscrip- 
tion $.' ; established 1883; Isaac H. Yenowine, 
editor and publisher; dated at Chicago, 111., 
and Milwaukee, Wis. 

WOMAN'S WORLD; bi-weekly; wo- 
man suffrage ; eight pages ; size 22x28 ; sub- 
scription $1; established 1884; Helen Wil- 
mans, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

AMERICAN FLORIST; semi 
monthly ; floriculture ; sixteen pages ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1885 ; The American 
Florist Co., editors and publishers ; dated at 
Chicago and New York city ; inserts adver- 
tisements relating to floriculture only. 

AMERICAN RAILROADER ; semi 
monthly; twelve pages ; size of page 11x15; 
subscription $1 ; establislied 1885 : M. G. Peck, 
editor and publisher. 

HOG ; semi monthlv ; live stock; sixteen 
pages ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; D. 
L. Thomas and H. Waterson, editors ; W. P. 
Dunn & Co., publishers. 



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INTELLIGENCE; semi-monthly; 
educational ; sixteen pages ; size of page 
11x15; subscription $1.50; established 1881; 
E O. Vaile, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion II 1. 

LU3IBER TRADE JOURNAL ; 
semi-monthly ; commercial ; mechanical ; 
sixteen to twenty pages ; size of pagelO.xU; 
subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; S. D Mor- 
.gan. editor and publisher; circulation G 1. 

NATIONAL HARNESS REVIEW; 
semimonthly ; commercial ; mechanical ; 
twenty-eight pages; size of page 11x16; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1879 ; Jefferson 
Jackson, editor and publisher ; circulation 
12; issues also the Industrial and Commer- 
cial Gazette and the American Liveryman 
and Horse Owner. 

NATIONAL LAUNDRY JOUR- 
NAL; semi-monthly ; commercial ; mechan- 
ical ; twenty-eight pages ; size of page 11x16 ^ 
subscription $1 ; established 1879 ; Charles 
Dowst, editor and publisher ; circulation H 1. 

OPBYGGELSES-BLADETS; semi- 
monthly ; Skandinavian ; lutheran ; sixteen 
pages ; size of page 5x9 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1877 ; Rev. Rasmusson, editor and 
publisher ; does not insert advertisements ; 
address all communications to the publisher 
at Lisbon. 

SCHOOL HERALD; semi-monthly; 
educational ; twenty-four pages ; size of page 
8x11 ; subscription 60 cents ; established 1881 ; 
W. I. Chase, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion G 2. 

STATIONER AND PRINTER; 
semi-monthlj^ ; commercial ; mechanical ; 
twenty -four pages; size of page 9x12; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 18S0 ; J. Sawtelle 
Ford, editor and publisher ; circulation H 1 j 
issues also the Picture and Art Trade. 

TRADE; semi-monthly; commercial; 
thirty-two pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1883; Jas. E. Defebaugh, 
editor; W. P. Dunn & Co., publishers. 

WATCHMAN; semi-monthly; evangel- 
ical; sixteen pages; size of page 11x16; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1874 ; W. W. Van 
Arsdale, editor and publisher; circulation F 2. 
Young Men's Christian Association organ. 

WESTERN BROKER AND PRICE 
LIST; semi-monthly; commercial: thirty- 
eight pages ; size of page 1(1x14 ; subscription 
$2..50; established 1880; Alfred Sanderson, 
editor and publisher. 

ADVANCE COURIER monthly ; 
eight pages; size 22x32; svibscription .50 cents: 
established 1885 ; W. M. Gassaway, editor and 
publisher. 

AI»IERICAN BUILDING ASSOCIA- 
TION NEWS; monthly; eight pages: 
size of page 11x15; subscription .SI ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; T. J. Sutor. editor and publisher ;. 
circulation H 2. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL RE- 
VIEW; monthly; mechanical; forty-eight 
pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1882; Chemical Review Co., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation H 2. 

AMERICAN ELEVATOR AND 
GRAIN TRADE; montlily ; commer- 
cial ; twentj'^-eight pages ; size of page 11x15 j 
subscription $1; established 1882; Harley B. 
Mitchell, editor; Mitchell Brothers Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation G 2 : is.sues also the 
American Milder. 

AMERICAN FURNITURE GA- 
ZETTE; monthly; commercial; seventy- 
two pages ; size of page 10x14 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1878; Frederick B. de 
Berard editor; De Berard Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation H 1. New York office, 
102 Chambers street. 

AMERICAN JEWELER; monthly; 
commercial; mechanical; sixty-two pages; 
size of page 7x10 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1882 : E. R. P. Shurly, editor; Geo. K. Hazlitt 
& Co., publishers ; circulation I 2 . 

AI>IERICAN LIVERYMAN AND 
HORSE-OWNER; monthly; commer- 
cial ; twenty-eight pages ; size of page 8x11 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1884 ; Jefferson 
Jackson, editor and publisher; circulation 



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1 2 ; issues also the Industrial and Commer- 
cial Gazette aucl the National Harness Be- 

AilERICAN rVlERCHANT; (see New 
York c'it.\ .) 

AMERICAN MILLER ; monthly ; 
commercial ; mechanical ; fifty-eight pages ; 
size of page 11x16; subscription $1; established 
1873; H. B. Mitchell, editor ; Mitchell Brothers 
Co.. publishers ; circulation V 1 ; issue also the 
American Flevntor and Grain Trade. 

AMERICAN POULTRY JOUR- 
NAL ; monthly; poultry raising ; thii'ty-two 
pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription $1.25 ; 
established 18T2 : C. J. Ward, editor and pub 
lisher ; circulation H 1. 

AMERICAN SHEEP -BREEDER 
AND WOOL-CJR4)WER ; monthly; 
live stock ; twenty pages ; size of page 9x12 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1880 ; C. S. Burch 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation G 1. 

A 31 E R I C A N STOREKEEPER ; 
monthly ; commercial ; forty -four pages ; size 
of page 11x15 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1883; Holley Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation (t 2. 

ARGUS ; monthly; insurance; twenty- 
two pages ; size of page 9x12 : subscription 
$3 ; established 1871 ; Charles E. Rollins, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation H 1. 

BARN VANNEX; monthly; Swedish; 
lutheran ; four pages; size 16x22; subscription 
40 cents ; established 1874 ; Rev. C. A. Evald 
and Rev. C. O Lindell, editors ; Engberg- 
Holmberg Publishing Co., publishers ; circu- 
lation E 1 : a Sundav school paper. 

BLACK DIAMOND; monthly; min- 
ing ; twentv-eight pages ; size of page 10x13 ; 
subscription SI ; established 1885 ; H. A. Bis- 
choff, editor; National Coal Exchange, pub- 
lishers. 

BROWN AND HOLLAND SHORT- 
HAND NEWS; monthly; phonography; 
twenty -six pages octavo: subscription .$2; 
established 1882; Brown & Holland Shorthand 
News Co., editors and publishers; circula 
tion .11. 

B I' I L D I N CJ BUDGET; monthly ; 
commercial; tweiitv-six pages: size of page 
10x14: subscription 82; established 1885; 
Henrv Lord Gay, editor ; The Permanent Ex- 
hibit "of Building Materials and Improve- 
ments, iiuhlisliers. 

CARRIAGE JOURNAL; monthly; 
commercial : forty-eight pages ; .size of page 
9x12; subscription ,S1 ; established 1879: C. S. 
Burch Publishing Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation H 2. 

CATHOLIC HOME: monthly; Catho 
lie Order of Foresters: twenty pages ; size 
of page 10x14; established 1885; John F. 
Scania", editor and publisher. 

CATHOLIC RECORD; monthly ; 
Catholic; sixteen pages; size of page 8x11; 
subscription 75 cents; estal)lished 1885; The 
Cathol'C Rer-orrl Co.. editors and publishers. 

CLINIQUE? nu)nthly; medical ; seventy 
pages octavo; subscription .$1; established 
1880; R LudUun.M.D., editor; Dr. E. S. Bailey, 
manager; circulation II. 

C(»L LECTOR'S COMPANION; 
nu)nthlv; sixteen pages; size <>f page 7x10; 
subscriptio'i 50 cents: established 1885; 
Jerome H.Rayinond, editor ; ColIectoi'sCom- 
panio'i C ).. i)iil_)'istiers. 

CONFECTIONER AND BAKER; 
monthly: commercial: mechanical: sixteen 
pages: size of page 11x16; subscription .$2 ; 
established 1S79; J. Thompson Gill, manager; 
Confectioner aiul Baker Publishing Co., pub- 
lisher< : eircnl'ition I 1. 

CORRESPONDENCE UNIVERSI- 
TY JOCRNAL; monthly; educational; 
sixteen pages ; size of i)age 10x14; subscription 
§1 ; established 1SS4 ; Correspondence Univer- 
sity, editors and i)ublishers: circulation J 1. 

CYCLONE; monthly; comic; sixteen 
pages; .size of page 9x12; subscription .$1 ; 
established 1885; The Cyclone Co., editors 
and publishers. 

D.XIRY WORLD; monthly ; dairying ; 
.sixteen pages : size of page 9x12; sub.scription 



$1 ; established 1885 ; C. S. Burch Publishing 
Co.. editors and publishers; circulation G 1. 

DEERING'S FAR.3I JOURNAL; 
monthly ; twenty pages ; size of page 10x12 ; 
established 1880; Wm. Deering & Co., editors 
and publishers ; an advertising sheet. 

DENTAL COSMOS; (see Philadelphia, 
Pa.) 

DER BOTE BETHESD V'S; monthly; 
German ; eight pages ; size of page 9x12 ; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; established 18i>4 ; F. F. Hen- 
ning, editor and publisher ; circulation J 1 ; 
address all communications to Wright's 
Grove P. O. 

DER BRAUER UND MALZER % 
monthly ; German ; commercial ; mechanical ; 
ninety-six pages; size of page 9x13; sub- 
scription ,S5 ; established 1883 ; Eugene A. 
Sittig. editor and publisher : circulation H 2 ; 
dated at Chicago and New York ; issues also 
Der Deutsch-Amerikanische Mueller. 

DER DEUTSCH-AMERIKAN- 
ISCHE HOLZARBEITER; monthly; 
English and German; mechanical; twelve 
pages ; size of page 10x12 ; German-American 
Wood Worker, editor and publisi er. 

DER DEUTSCH-AMERIKAN- 
ISCHE 3IUELLER; monthly ; German ; 
commercial ; mechanical ; fifty-six pages ; 
size of page 9.xl3 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1877 ; Eugene A. Sittig, editor and publisher ; 
circulation H 2 ; issues also Der Brauer und 
Malzer. 

D I A li ; monthly ; literary ; twenty-four 
pages; size of page 8x11; subscription 81.50; 
established 1880 ; Francis F. Browue, editor; 
Jansen, McClurg & Co.. publishers ; circ'n H 1. 
ELECTRO-CLINICAL RECORD; 
monthly ; electricity ; thirty pages ; size of 
page 7x10 ; subscription §1 ; established 1883 ; 
Henry Sherry, M. D., editor; W. A. Chatter- 
ton, publisher: circulation II. 

F A M I L I E JOURNAL; monthly; 
Skaudinavian ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1882 ; Fritz 
Fi-antzen, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion I 1 . 

FARM IMPLEMENT NEWS; 
monthly; thirty-eight pages; size of page 
11x16 ; subscription 81 ; established 1882 ; C. 
W. Marsh, editor; E. J. Baker, publisher; 
circulation G 1. 

FARM JOURNWL; monthly; agricul- 
tural ; eight pages ; size of page 13x18 ; sub- 
scription .nO cents; established 1884; Chicago 
Farm Journal Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

FIRE AND HAMMER; monthly; 
methodist episcopal ; four jiages; size 20x26; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1883- W. T. 
Ellis, editor and i)ublisher. 

FORESTER; monthly; eight pages; 
size 26x40; .sub.scription $1; estalilished 1881 ; 
A. B. Case & Son, editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation J 2. 

FRIENDS' MISSIONARY ADVO- 
CATE; monthly; friends; sixteen pages; 
size of page 8x11; subscriution 50 cents: es- 
tablished 1885 : Esther B. Tuttle. editor : Pub- 
lishing Association of Friends, publishers; 
does Tiot insert advertisements; issue also 
the Christian Worker and Friends' Bible 
School Q'larterh/. 

FRIIIEDS-VENNEN; monthly; Skau- 
dinavian; twelve pages; size of page 10x14; 
sub.scription 81.50; established 18'^5; L. Larsen 
& Co., editors and i)ublishers. 

HARUCJARI ORDENS-IILATT; 
monthly ; German ; official organ of tue order 
of Harugari; four i)ages; size 22x.30; sub- 
scription :}()c.; established 1882; C. F. Lichtner 
& Bro., editors and publi-;hers ; circ"n 1 1 . 

HEART A N D HAND; monthly ; 
matrimonial ; eight pages ; si'.eof page l:;x20 ; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1881; W. 
T. Thomson, editor and i)ublisher; circ'n G 2. 
HOME VISITOR; monthly; twelve 
pages; size of page 1ii.k13 ; sub.scripticm 60 
cents ; established 1859 ; D. D MiK)dy, editor ; 
Home for the Friendless, publishers; organ 
of Home of the Friendless; does not insert 
advertisements. 
HORSES.HOER'S JOURNAL; 



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nionthly ; commercial ; twenty pages ; size 
of pa«^e 13x16; subscription $1; establislied 
1875 ; J. A. Fleming, editor and publisher ; 
circulation H 2. 

HOUSE AND LOT; monthly; sixteen 
pages; size of page 10x14; subscription $1; 
established 1882; T. P. Elliott, editor and 
publisher; a real estate ailvertising sheet. 

HIJ3IANE JOURNAL : monthly; six- 
teen pages ; size of page !»xl'2; subscription 
$1 ; established 1873 ; Albert W. Landon, edi 
tor and publisher ; does not insert advertise- 
ments. 

INDUSTRIAL AND COMMER- 
CE I A L. Cr A Z E T T E : monthly ; com- 
mercial ; sixteen pages; size 22x3-^; suo- 
scription $1 ; established 1883 ; Jefferson 
Jackson, editor and publisher; circulation 
Jl; issues also the National Harness Re- 
vieiv, and the American Liveryman and 
Horse Oumer. 

INLAND ARCHITECT AND 
BUILDER; monthly ; arcliitectural ; 
twenty-eight pages : size of page 10x14 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1883 ; Inland 
Publi.shing Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation .] 1. 

INLAND PRINTER; monthly ; com- 
mercial ; mechanical ; sixty-four pages ; size 
of page 9x12 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1883 ; A. C. Cameron, editor ; Inland Printer 
Co., publishers : circulation G 1. 

INSURANCE CRITIC; (see New York 
City. ) 

IRONMONGER; monthly; commercial; 
forty-six pages ; size of page 10x13 subscrip- 
tion SI ; established 1885 ; F. B. de Berard and 
Barbour Lathrop, editors ; Ironmonger Pub- 
ILshing Co., publishers ; circulation 1 1 : 
dated at Chicago and New York. N. Y.; New 
York City office, 102 Chambers st. 

JEWELERS' JOURNAL ; monthly; 
commercial ; mechanical ; eighty to one 
hundred and twelve pages ; size of page 
10x14; subscription $1.50; established 1879 ; 
W. W. Wilcox, editor: S. M. Wilcox, pub- 
lisher ; circulation H 1. 

KATHOLISCHER JUGEND- 
FREUND ; nionthly; English and Ger- 
man ; catholic ; juvenile ; sixteen pages 
octavo ; subscription $1 ; established 1877 ; 
Rev. A. J. Thiele, editor; C. M. Stalger, 
publisher ; circulation G 2. 

LAW JOURNAL; monthly; legal; 
thirty-two pages; size of page 7x10; sub- 
scription $3 ; established 1882 ; Chicago Law 
Publishing Co., publishers: circulation II. 
S^" Actual average circulation for one year 
j/recedina Jan 1, i886, as per statement <>n file 
at the office of the American Newspaper Di- 
rectory, 2,036 copies. 

LITERARY LIFE; monthly; liter- 
ary ; thirtv-six pages ; size of page 8x11 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1884 ; Will M. Clem- 
ens, editor; Elder Publishing Co., publishers ; 
■circulation G 1. 

LOVER'S GAZETTE ; monthly; eight 
pages ; size of page 22x32 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1884; Lew. H. Anderson, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

MANFORD'S MAGAZINE; month 
ly; universalist ; subscripti<m ,$1.50; estab- 
lished 1856 ; Mrs. H. B. Manford, editor and 
publisher ; circulation H 1 ; branch office at 
St. Louis, Mo. 

MEDICAL ERA; monthly ; medical; 
sixty-eight pages ; size of pjige SxlO ; subscrip- 
tion"^ $2; established 1883; Janies E. Gross, 
M. D., and Robert N. Tooker, M. D., editors: 
•Gross & Deliiridge, publishers ; circ'n I 2 . 

MEDICAL JOURNAL AND EX- 
AMINER; monthly ; medic;'!; ninety-^x 
pages octavo ; subscription $:; ; established 
1844 ; Clark and Longley, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation J 1 

MEDICAL TIMES; monthly; medi- 
cal ; sixty-eight pages octavo ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1809 ; A. L. Clark, A. M., M. D., 
and A. S. Tucker, M. D., editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation H 1. 

MENTAL SCIENCE MAGAZINE 
AND 3iIND CURE JOURNAL ; 
monthly ; scientific ; twenty - four pages ; 



size of page 7x10; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1884 ; A. J. Swarts, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 2. f]^" Aetna I a re rage 
circulation for one year preceding J((n. 1, 
1886, as per statement on file at the ojfice of the 
American Neirsvaper Directory, l,.54l copies. 
lYlETA L I/U IKilsT AND NA- 
TIONAL JEWELLER; monthly; sci- 
entific; sixty -four pages; size of page 9x12; 
subscription .$1.50; established 1883; Metal- 
lurgist Publishing Co., editors and publish- 
ers; circulation G 1 ; New York City Office 
2 College place. 

MILLER; monthly; milling; twenty- 
eight pages ; subscription $1 ; established 
1884 ; J. D. Nolan, editor ; Miller Publishing 
Co., publishers. 

i>llND IN NATITRE; nionthly; scien- 
tific; twenty-six pages; size of page 7x11; 
subscription" $1 ; established 1885 ; Cosmic 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers. 

NATIONAL BOOK BINDER; 
monthly ; commercial ; fourteen pages ; size 
of pa-ie 9x12; subscription $1.50; established 
1886: W. L. Tidd & Sons, editors and publishers. 
NATIONAL STEAMSHIP AND 
RAILWAY GAZETTE; monthly; six- 
teen pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subsci'iption 
$1 ; established 1880; E. S. S. Kemp, editor and 
publisher ; circulation (t i ; dated at Chicago, 
New York and London, Eng. 

NATIONAL TOBACCO REVIEW; 
monthly ; commercial ; twenty-six pages ; 
size of page 10x12; sub.scription $1; estab- 
lished 18S5 ; Franklin S. Anderson, editor and 
publisher. 

NEW CHURCH INDEPENDENT 
AND REVIEW; monthly; Swedenbor- 
gian; forty-eight pages; size of page 6x10; sub- 
scription $2.10; established 1852; Weller& Son, 
editors and publishers; circulation K 1. 

NEWSPAPER UNION ; monthly ; 
eight pages ; size 32x46 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1871; Chicago Newspaper Union Co., 
editors and publishers ; a paper for news- 
paper publishers. 

NORTHWESTERN COMMERCIAL 
TRAVELER; monthly; sixteen pages; 
size of page 11x16; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1877 ; T. S. Quincy, editor ; Northwest- 
ern Commercial Traveler Association, pub- 
lishers ; circulation H 1. 

OUR REST AND SIGNS OF THE 
TIMES; monthly; second advent ; sixteen 
pages; size of page 9x12; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1874 ; C. H. Jones, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

PAINT, OIL AND DRUG RE- 
VIEW; monthly ; commercial ; forty 
pages ; size of page 10x14 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1883; D. Van Ness Penson, editor 
and publisher ; circulation I 1 . 

PATRIAR( HAL CIRCLE; month 
ly ; Order of Patriarclial Circle ; eight pages ; 
size of page 22x32; established 1885; Harvey 
Sheldon, Ji-., eiliior and ijiiblisher. 

PEOPLE'S HEALTH JOURNAL; 
monthly ; hygiene ; forty-four pages ; size of 
page 7x10; subscription .$1 ; established 1 85; 
L. D. Rogers, A. M., M. D., and S. Ida Wright 
Rogers, M. D., editors ; People's Health Jour- 
nal Co., puljlisher.s. 

PEOPLES' PILOT ; monthly ; eight 
pages; size of page 31x44; subscription 50 
cents ; established 1885 ; The Pilot Publishing 
House, publishers. 

PHOTOGRAPHIC BEACON; 
monthly ; commercial ; twenty pages ; size 
of page 8x11; subscription .$2 ; esttiblished 
1S85; Dr. John Nieol, editor and publisher. 

PICTORIAL ^VEST; niontldx ; six 
teen pages; size of page 9x12 ; subscrip ion $1; 
established 1881 ; Will Y. Barnet, eaiior and 
publisher; circulation F I. 

PICTURE AND ART TRADE; 
monthly ; commercial ; twenty pages ; size 
of page 9x12; subscription $i.50; established 
1880 ; J. Sawtelle Ford, editor and publisher ; 
circulation I 1 ; issues also the Stationer and 
Printer. 

PICTURE GALLERY FOR 
YOUNG FOLKS; nionthly; juvenile; 
tw^enty-four pages octavo; subscription 75 



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cents ; established 1878 ; Chicago Engraving i 
Co., publishers ; circulation F 1. 

POPULAR EDUCATOR; (see Boston, 
Mass.) 

POULTRY RAISER; monthly; 
poultry raising; sixteen pages; size of page 
8x11 ; subscription 25 cents ; established 1884 ; 
R. B. Mitchell, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion G I. 

PURCHASER; monthly; eight pages ; 
size of page 15x>2 ; subscription §1 ; estab- 
lished 1S84 ; C. D. Stone, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation 12. 

RAILWAY ADVANCE; monthly; 
eight pages ; size 2.5x38 ; subscription .$1 ; es- 
tablished 1881 ; John R. Robinson, editor and 
publisher; dated at Chicago and Galveston, 
Tex.; an advertising sheet. 

RAILWAY CONDUCTORS' 
MONTHLY; sixty pages; size of page 
6x10; subscription $1.25; established 1884; 
W, P. Daniels, editor and manager ; Order of 
Railway Conductors, publishers; circ'n H2 

RAiVD, McNALLY & CO.'S 
BANKERS' MOISTHLY ; financial; 
sixty pages ; size of page 10x14 ; subscrip- 
tion $5 ; established 1884 ; Rand, McNaUy & 
Co., editors and pul)lishers ; circulation II. 

RAND->IcN ALL Y OFFICIAL 
RAILAVAY (JUIDE AND HAND 
BOOK ; monthly ; five hundred and twenty- 
eight pages ; size of page 5x7 ; subscription 
$3 ; established 1870 ; T. Penfleld, editor ; Na- 
tional Railway Publication Co., publishers ; 
circulation F 1. 

RECORD OF CHRISTIAN 
W O R K ; monthK ; undenominational ; 
eiglit pages; size 22x32; subscription 50 
cents ; estalilished 1881 ; E. H. Revell, editor 
and ijublisher. 

REPORTER; monthly; mechanical; 
twenty pages ; size of page 11x16 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1868 ; Frank M. Nichols, 
editor ; Nichols & Co., publishers ; cii'cula- 
tion K 2. 

SADDLERY JOURNAL; monthly; 
commercial; sixteen pages; subscription 50 
cents : estaijlished 1884 ; Geo. W. Spencer, edi- 
tor ; Saddlerv Journal Co., publishers. 

SCANDINAVIA; monthly; literary; 
twenty -eight pages ; size of page 9x12 : sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1884 ; F. H. B. Mc- 
Dowell, manager; circulation J 2. 

SEW ING MACHINE ADVANCE ; 
monthly ; commercial ; mechanical ; twentj^- 
four pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subscription 

tl ; established 1879 ; Walter Scates, editor ; 
ewing Machine Advance Co., publishers ; 
circulation H 1. 

SHORT-HAND WRITER; monthly; 
phonography; twenty pages; size octavo; 
subscription .$2; established 1881; D. Kim- 
ball, publisher ; circulation K 2. 

SHROUD; monthly ; commercial ; 
twenty pages; size of page 10x14; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1881; Richard J. McGovvan, 
editor and publisher ; circulation 1 2 ; dated 
at Chicago and New York City. 

SIGNAL LIGHT; monthly; ten pages; 
size of page 11x16; subscription 50 cents ; es- 
tablished 1885; Signal Li^ht Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers. 

SKANDINAVISK FARMER 
JOURNAL; monthly; Skandinavian ; agri- 
cultural ; twelve pages ; size of page 10x14 ; 
subscription -SI ; established 1882; Joh. Hansen, 
editor ; circulation I 1 . 

SONG FRIEND; monthly; musical; 
thirty-two pages: size of page 10x12; sub- 
scription .$1 ; established 1879 ; S. W. Straub. 
editor and publisher ; circulation 12. 

STATIONARY EXCilNEER; month 
ly; engineering; twenty-four pages; size of 
page 10x12; subscription §1; Geo. G. Minor, 
editor; the Engineers' Co., pul)lishers; New 
York City Office. 40 Cortlandt street. 

SUNSET CHIMES; monthly; eight 
pages; size .32x44; subscription §1; estab- 
lished 1876; Landworker Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation F 1 . 

U. S. DAIRYMAN; monthly; dairy- 
ing ; sixteen pages ; size of page 9x12 ; sub- 
scription SI: established 1882; Dairyman's 



Publishing Co., editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation I 1 . 

UNITED STATES MAIL; monthly; 
sixteen pages ; size of page 10x12 ; sul)scrip- 
tion $2; established 1884; devoted to tlie in- 
terests of the postal service; does not insert 
advertisemeats. 

TNITED STATES MEDICAL IN- 
VESTIGATOR ; monthly; medical ; sev- 
enty-six pages ; subscription $2 ; established 
1861; Dr. T. C. Duncan, editor; Duncan Bros., 
puV)lishers ; circulation H 1. 

I NITED STATES OFFICIAL 
POSTAL GUIDE; monthly; thirty-two 
pages octavo, subscription SI. 50; e.stablished 
1874; Callahan & Co., publishers; cLrculation 
B 1. The number for January of each year 
consists of eight hundred and eighty pages 
or more, and is sent separately (bound in pa- 
per) for .SI ; bound in cloth, SI. 50. 

VOICE OF MASONRY AND FAM- 
ILY MAGAZINE; monthly ; masonic ; 
one hundred pages ; size of page 7x10 ; sub- 
scription $3 ; established 1862 ; Jno. W. Brown, 
editor and puV)lisher ; circulation G 2. 

WANDEK ER ; (see Milwaukee. Wis.) 

WASHINCiTONIAN ; monthly; tem- 
perance ; eight pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 1875 ; Daniel Wil- 
kins, editor; Washingtonian Home Associa- 
tion, publishers ; circulation K 2 ; organ of 
Washingtonian Home. 

WATCHMAKER AND METAL 
WORKER; monthly; commercial; me- 
chanical; twenty four pages; size of page 
10x14 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1874 ; H. 
A. Pierce, editor ; Watchmaker and Metal- 
worker Co., publishers; circulation H 2. 

WATCHMAN; monthly; spiritualist; 
eight pages ; size of page 11x16 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1880 ; Boston Star and Cres- 
cent Co., editors and publishers ; circ'n K 2. 

WELC03IE GUEST; monthly; four 
pages ; size 16x22; subscription 50 cents ; es- 
tablished 1886 ; Lew H. Anderson, publisher. 

WESTERN BOOKSELLER; 
monthly ; commercial ; thirty-two pages ; size 
of page^ 7x10 ; established 1879 ; J. Fred. Wag- 
goner, editor and publisher; circulation J 1 ; 
issues also Went em Stationer a.i\(X the Western 
Paper Trade. 

WESTERN BOTTLER ; monthly ; 
commercial ; sixteen pages ; size of page 9x12 ; 
subscription SI ; established 1886 ; J. D. Nolan, 
editor; the Miller Publishing Co., publishers. 

WESTERN BREWER, AND 
JOURNAL OF THE BARLEY, 
MALT AND HOP TRADES; monthly ; 
commercial ; mechanical ; two hundred and 
twenty-four pages ; size of page 9x13; sub- 
scription $5 ; established 1876 ; J. M. Wing 
& Co., editors and publish' rs : circ'n 12. 

WESTERN DRUGGIST: monthly; 
commercial : pharmaceutical ; sixty pages ; 
size of page 8x11; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1879; G. P. Englehart & Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation G2 

WESTERN MANUFACTURER ; 
monthly ; commercial ; mechanical ; twenty 
pages ; size of page 12x17; subscription §2 ; 
established 1873; Coyne & Co., editors and 
publishers; circulation G 1. 

WESTERN 31 E D I C A L RE- 
PORTER; monthly; medical; eighty-six 
pages octavo ; subscription $1 : estal)lished 
1880 ; J. E. Harper, A. M., M. D., editor and pub- 
lisher : circulation 12. _ 

WESTERN PA PER TRADE; 
monthly; commercial; mechanical; twenty 
pages ; size of page 10x14 ; subscription SI ; 
established 1875 ; J. Fred Waggoner, editor 
and publisher ; circulation I 1; issues also the 
Western. Bookseller and Western Stafio7ier. 

WESTERN PEN.MAN; monthly ; edu- 
cational ; sixteen pages ; size of page 8x11 ; 
subscription 60 cents ; established 1884; A. N. 
Palmer, editor ; Palmer & Co., publishers ; 
circulation If 1. 

WESTERN POSTAL RECORD ; 
montlilv ; eight pages ; size of page 10x16 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1868 ; P. C. Rus- 
sell, editor and i)ublisher ; circulation G 1. 

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commercial ; mechanical ; thirty-six pages ; 
size of page 9x12 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab 
lished 1879 : J. Fred Waggoner, editor and 
publisher : circulation J 2 ; issues also tiie 
Western Bookseller and Western Paper Trade. 

WESTERN WORLD; monthly ; eight 
pages ; size of page 13x18; subscription $1 ; 
established 1885; Western World (incor- 
porated), editors and publishers; circ'n X. 

WINSLOW'SJ MONTHLY; eighteen 
pages; size of page 10x14; subscription 75 
cents ; established 1883 ; Herbert H. Winslow, 
editor and publisher ; circulation X. 

WORLD MAGAZINE ; monthly; six- 
teen pages : size of page 13x16 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1871 ; World Magazine Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishei's ; circ'n C 1. 

YOUTH ; monthly ; juvenile ; sixteen 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 50 cents ; es- 
tablished 1885; Youth Pub. Co., publishers. 

ZLATE RLASY ; monthly ; Bohemian ; 
agricultm-al ; eighteen pages ; size of page 
10x13 ; established l!S85 ; J. A. Oliverius, editor 
and publisher. 

ZUM FEIERABEND; monthly ; Ger- 
man ; eight pages ; size of page 9x12 ; sub- 
scription 35 cents ; established 1881 ; Severing- 
hani & Co.. editors and publishers ; circ'n K 2. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN; bi- 
monthly ; eighty pages octavo ; subscription 
$4 ; established 1878 ; Rev. Stephen D. Peet, 
editor ; F. H. Revell, publisher; circ'n K 1. 

FARMERS' ADVANCE; bi-monthly; 
agricultural ; eight pages ; size 30x40 ; estab- 
lished 1885; McCormick Harvesting Machine 
Co., editors and publishers ; an advertise- 
ing sheet; issued for free distribution. 

ELECTROTYPE JOURNAL ; quar- 
terly ; twenty pages ; size of page 11x14: sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1874; A. Zeese & Co., 
editoi's and publishers; an advertisina- sheet. 

FRIENDS' BIBLE SCHOOL 
QUARTERLY; friends: thirty-four pages 
octavo ; subscription 20 cents ; established 
1883 ; Publishing Association of Friends, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation E 2. B^^.-lc- 
tual average circulation for one year preced- 
ing Nov. 1, 1885, as per statement on tile at the 
office of the American Newspaper Directory, 
19,750. Issue also Christian Worker and 
Friends' Missionarri Advocate. 

LITERARY ECONOMIST ; quarter- 
ly ; twenty pages octavo ; subscription 50 
cents ; established 1886 ; John K. Allen, editor 
and publisher. 

PRESS AND TYPE; quarterly; six- 
teen pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription 25 
cents ; established 1880 ; C. E. Walker, editor ; 
published by the Union Type Foundry; a 
printers' advertising sheet. 

ROUNDS' PRINTERS' CABINET; 
quarterly ; twenty-six pages ; size of page 
12x18; subscription $2; established 1856; 
S. P. Rounds, Jr., editor and publisher; an 
advertising sheet. 

GHILLICOTHE, Peoria Co., n 1,085 
pop., on Illinois r., at the head of Peoria 
Lake, and on Peoria branch of Chicago & 
Rock Island Rd., 18 m. from Peoria. 

BULLETIN; Fridays; four pages; size 
of page 15x21 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1883; F. W. Bailey, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays ; democrat- 
ic ; eight pages ; size 34x48 ; subsci'iption $1.50 ; 
established 1867 ; William B. Whiffen, editor 
and publisher ; circ'n L 1 ; printed at the 
office of the Lacon Marshall Co. Democrat. 

REPORTER ; Thursdays ; eight pages ; 
size 26x44; subscription $2; established 1874; 
J. L. Kenner, editor; Reporter Co., publishers ; 
circulation L 1 ; printed at the olTice of the 
Lacon Home Journal. 

CHRISMAN, Edgar Co., n- 540t pop., 
at junction of Danville & Southwestern and 
Indianapolis, Decatur & Springfield Rds.. 
12 m. N. of Paris. An agricultural section. 
ADVANCE; Saturdays; independent; 

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four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1879; E. C. Standiford, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

CICERO, Coolc Co,, nf 1,800 pop., on 

the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 4 m. 

W. of Chicago. A suburb of Chicago. 

VINDICATOR ; (see Lake Vindicator 
and Cooke Co. Suburban Neivs, Chicago.) 

CLAYTON, Adams Co., -a 1,050 pop., 

on Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 28 m. N. 

E. of Quincy. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; indepen- 
dent ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.25 : established 1879 ; J. L. Staker, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

CLINTON, C. H., De Witt Co., a 2,709t 
pop., on Illinois Central main line and its 
Springfield Division |and Champaign & 
Havana Rds., 43 m. from Springfield and 
22 from Bloomington. A farming district. 
Has a good general trade. The railroad ma- 
chine shops of 111. Central are located here. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays; eight pages; 
size 22x32; subscription $1.5(i; established 
1883 ; S. A. Edwards, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

PUBLIC ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size of page 28x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1856; Richard Butler, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1. 

REGISTER ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 24x40; subscription $1.50; 
established 1868 ; Hughes Bros, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 1. 

COBDEN, Union Co., g 900 pop., on 

Illinois Central Rd., 42 m. N. of Cairo. The 
fruit centre of an extensive territorJ^ 

FRUIT GROWERS' JOURNAL; 

Thursdays; fruit culture; eight pages ; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1883 j 
A. M. DuBois, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

COLCHESTER, McDonougJi Co., -n 
1,800 pop., on C, B. & Q. Rd., 7 m. from Ma- 
comb. A coal minin g town. 

INDEPENDENT; Thursdays ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1873 ; Van L. Hampton, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 1. 

NEWS ; Fridays; eight pages; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1885 ; H. H. Stev- 
ens, editor and publisher. 

COLLINS VILLE, Madison Co., p 
4,126 pop., on the St. Louis, Vandalia, Terre 
Haute & Indianapolis Rd., 11 m. from St. 
Louis, in the midst of a large mining dis- 
trict ; twelve mines now in operation ; va- 
rious manufacturing industries. 

HERALD; Wednesdays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.25 ; 
established 1879 : James N. Peers, editor and 
publisher : circulation K 1. 

PROGRESS; Thursdays; four pages ; 
size 26x40; subsci-iption $1.50; established 
1883 : Jung Bros., editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

COMPTON, Lee Co., ^ 400 pop., on 

the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 40 m. 

W. of Aurora. Steam flouring and planing- 

mill. 

RECORD; Fridays; eight pages; size 
30x44; subscription $1.50; established 1878; 
Ezra G. Cass, editor and publisher ; circiUa- 
tion L 1 ; printed at the office of the Paw- 
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COWDEN, Shelby Co., D 1,050 pop., on 
the Toledo, Cincinnati & St. Louis Rd., 19 m. 
S. E. of Paua. 

ENTERPRISE; Wednesdays ; eight 
pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1885; Louis H. Negrail, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CRESTON, Ogle Co., b 500 pop., on 

Chicago & North-western Rd., 79 m. from 
Chicago and 5 from Rochelle. Has cream- 
ery ; also tile and broom factories. 

TIMES ; Thursdays ; eight pages : size 
24x36; subscription $2; established 1872; G. 
W. Morris & Son, editors and publishers; 
circulation L 1 . 

CUBA, Fulton Co., -n 1,000 pop., at 

junction of Toledo. Peoria & Western and 

Fulton Co. narrow guage Rds., 40 m. S. of 

Galesburg. Extensive coal mines in vicinity. 

Principal manufacturing industries are 

drain tile, building and paving brick. 

JOURNALi; Thursdays; eight pages; 
size 26x4U; subscription Si. 50; established 
1884 ; J. C. Thomas, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

DAKOTA, Stephenson Co, \2 375 pop., 

on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul 

Rd., 8 m. N. E. of Freeport. Has grain 

warehouses. 

COIiliEGE HERALD ; monthly; four 
pages ; size 16x21 : -subscription 25 cents ; es- 
tabli.shed 1S85 ; F. Wetzel, editor and publish- 
er; a college paper; issued during the col- 
legiate year. 

DALLAS CITY, Hancock Co., -a 714t 
pop., on Mississippi r., 16 m. below Bui-ling- 
ton, Iowa, and 16 N. of Carthage. Lumber, 
woolen goods and starch manufactories 
here. 
NEWS: Saturdays ; four pages ; size 

20x26 ; subscription §1 ; established 1883 ; C. 

L,. Cain, editor and publisher ; circ.n L 2. 

DANA, La Salle Co., <^ 325 pop., on 

Chicago, St. Louis & Western Rd., and 7 m. 
from Minonk. A trade centre. 

HERALiD ; Thursdays; four pages ; size 
24x34 : subscription .$1.50 ; established 1874 ; R. 
M. Pritchett, editor ; circulation L 1 ; issued 
from tne office of the Minonk Blade. 

DANVERS, McLean Co., a 500 pop., 

on the Indiana, Bloomington & Western 

Rd., 10 m. W. of Bloomington. Situated in 

centre of a magnificent farming country. 

DISPATCH; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 20x26; subscription .§1.20; established 
1880 ; John S. Popple, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L2. 

DANVILLE, C. H., Vermilion Co., a- 
i:],6tX) pop., on Vermilion r. and Toledo 
and Quincy division of Wabash, St. 
Louis & Pacific Rds., at intersection of 
Chicago & Eastern Illinois and Indiana, 
Bloomington & Western Rds., 112 m. from 
Springfield, 125 from Chicago. Terminus of 
Chicago & East 111., Evansville, T. H. & Chi- 
cago, Danville, Olney & Ohio River and 
Cairo, Vincennes & Chicago Rds. Actively 
engaged in coalmining, manufacturing and 
agriculture. 
COMMERCIAL; every evening except 



Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdaj's ; re- 
publican ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages ; size— daily 24x36, weekly 30x44 ; sub- 
scription — daily S5.20, weekly $1.50 ; estab- 
lished—daily 1878, weekly 1862; Albert Harper, 
editor ; Commercial Co., publishers ; circula- 
tion— dailj' .J 1 , weekly K 2. 

NEWS ; every morning except Sunday, 
and Weekly, Fridays; daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size daily — 26x40, weekly 
30x45; "subscription— daily $5.20, weekly ,$1.50 ; 
established— daily 1876, weekly 1872; W. R. 
Jewell, editor; Illinois Printing Co., publish- 
ers ; cii'culatiou — dailv J 1, weekly 1 1. 

DANVILLER DEUTSCHE ZEI- 

TUNG; Saturdaj's ; German; eight pages; 

size 34x46: subscription 81.50; established 

1877 ; Carl C. Winter, editor and publisher ; 

circulation J 1. 

LEADER; Fridays; democratic; eight 

f)ages ; size 30x44; .subscription §1.50; estab- 
ished 1877; T. B. Shoaff, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

SUNDAY" LEDGER; Sundays; inde- 
pendent ; eight pages: size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1883 : Bradbury, Monroe 
& Partk)w, editors and publishers ; circ'n K 2. 

DECATUR, C. H., Macon Co., a 16,000 
pop., on Sangamon r. and on the Illinois 
Central Rd., 38 m. fi-om Springfield 
108 from St. Louis and 160 from Chi- 
cago. Surrounded by an agricultural dis- 
trict. Engaged in manufacturing, and a 
place of active trade. Has seven railroads. 

LABOR BULLETIN: every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
davs ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription- 
dally .S5.20, weekly $1: established 1885; 
Stewart Bert, editor; John Lindsay, pub- 
lisher. 

MORNING HERALD; every morning, 
and SATURDAY HERALD, Satur 
days ; independent ; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages ; size— daily 23x.39, weekly 30x44 ; 
subscription — daily §5, weekly .$1; estab- 
lished—daily 1880, weekly 1879; Hall & Hos- 
teller, editors and publishers ; circulation- 
daily J 2 , weekly I 2 . 

MORNING REVIEW; every morn 
ing, and REVIEW, Thursdays ; demo 
cratic ; dailv four pages, weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 23x35, weekly 30x44; subscription 
—daily $5, weekly $1 ; established 1870 ; W. J. 
Mize & Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion— dailv K 2, weekly J 2. 

REPUBLICAN; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican ; dail.v four pages, weekly eight 
pages; size— daily 26x40, weekly :30x44; sub- 
scription— dailv .$5, weekly $1-50 ; established 
—daily 1872, weekly 1867 ; Hamsher & Mosser, 
editors and publishers; circulation — daily 
K2, weeklv J 2. 

REVIEW ; (see 3Iorning Review.) 

SATURDAY HERALD; (see Morning 
Herald.) 

STATE SENTINEL ; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 23x30 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1876 ; Albert F. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 2. 

OUR COUNTRY AND VILLAGE 
SCHOOliS ; monthly; educational: thirty- 
six pages; size of page 7x11 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1880 ; John Trainer ami G. A. 
Burgess, editors ; Burgess, Trainer & Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulatiozi H 2. 

DE KALB, De Kalh Co., b 2,500 pop., 
on Chicago «fe Northwestern Rd., 58 m. W. 
from Chicago. Barbed fence wire manu- 
facturing is largely carried on. 

CHRONICLE; semi-weekly; Wednes- 
days and Saturdays; democratic ; eight pages; 
size 30x44; subscription §2 ; established 1379; 
Clinton Rosette. e<litor ; J. F. Glidden Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; circulation J 1 ; is- 
' sue also the Tax-Gatherer. 



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REVIEW; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 2<!x40 ; subscription $1.50; 
established 1883 ; Tyrrell & Toniblin, editors 
and publishers ; circulation L 2 ; issue also 
the Malta Mail. 

TAX-GATHERER ; Saturdays: demo- 
cratic ; sixteen pages ; size 28x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1885 ; Clinton Rosette, 
editor; J. F. Glidden Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; issue also the Chronicle. 

DEIiAVAN, Tazewell Co., D 1,342 pop., 

on main line of Chicago & Kansas City 
through route, Jacksonville division of 
Chicago & Alton and Peoria, Decatur & 
Evansville Rds., 30 m. S. W. of Blooming- 
ton, and 17 S. of Pekin. The best grain- 
growing and stock-producing district in the 
county. 

ADVERTISER; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic ■; foiu- pages ; size 2()x40 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1868 ; John Culbertson, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

TIMES; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages ; size of page 15x22 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1874 ; Guy Beatty, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

DIXON, C. H., Lee Co., ^ 3,658t pop., 
on Rock r. and Illinois Central R71., at inter- 
section of Chicago & North-western Rd., 86 
m. from Galena, 98 from Chicago. The river 
furnishes power, which is employed in a 
number of mills. 

TEIiEGRAPH ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLiY, Thursdays ; daily 
— four pages, weekly eight pages ; size — tlaily 
20x26, weekly 30x44 ; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $2; established— daily 1884, weekly 
1851 ; Benj. F. Shaw, editor ; Telegraph and 
Herald Co., publishers ; circulation — daily 
L2, weekly J 2. 

SUN; Wednesda.vs ; democratic ; ten 
pages ; size of page 13x20 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1868 ; W. M. Kennedy, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

DOLTON'S STATION, Cook Co., 

cf 800 pop., on the Chicago, Danville & 

Vlncennes, and on the Columbus, Chicago 

& Indiana Central Rds. Carriage factory, 

graded schools and several churches here. 

SUBURBAN ENTERPRISE ; (see 
Kensington.) 

DOWNERS GROVE, Du Page Co., 
cf 1,200 pop., 20 m. W. of Chicago and 8 m. 
to Naperville on the Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Rd. Has good educational facili- 
ties. 

REPORTER; Fridays ; republican ; 

eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1861 ; H. C. Paddock, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 ; printed at the 
office of the Wheaton Illinoian 

DUNLiAP, Peoria Co., n 175 pop., on 

Rock Island & Peoria Rd., 15 m. from 

Peoria. A rich farming country. 

BARNUM'S TELEPHONE; (see 
Prince ville.) 

DU QUOIN, Perrij Co., g 4,000 pop , 
on Illinois Central, at junction of St. Louis, 
Belleville Sc Southern Illinois Rds., 70 m. 
from St. Louis and 290 from Chicago. Sur- 
rounded by rich coal fields, and produces 
and ships large quantities of wool, castor 
beans, corn, oats and wheat, apples, peaches 
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and machine shops, a wagon factory, salt 
works, and eight or ten coal mines. 

PRESS A N l> MINING NEAVS ; 

Tuesdays ; independent ; four pages ; size 
24x35; subscription $1 ; established 1879: M. 
B Lawrence, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 
TRIBUNE; Thursdays ;republican; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; establish- 
ed 1863 ; Beem & Richards, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 2. 

DURAND, WinneJ^ago Co., ^ 800 

pop., on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul 

and Rockford & Freeport Rds. Engaged 

in farming and stock-raising. 

ARGUS ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 26x40; 
subscription !a;2 ; established 1883 ; E. E. Pet- 
tengill, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

DWIGHT, Livingston Co., n 1,987 
pop., on Chicago & Alton Rd., at the junc- 
tion of the Dwight & Washington branch 
of Chicago & Alton, and crossing of iln- 
diana, Illinois & Iowa Rds., 72 m. from Chi- 
cago. Farming and stock-raising the prin- 
cipal branches of industi-y. 

STAR; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 . 50 ; estab- 
lished 1868 ; C. L. Palmer, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

EARLVILIiE, La Salle Co., ^2 1.500 
pop., at junction of Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy and Joliet, Rockford & Northern 
and Illinois & Northern Rds.. 35 m. W. S. W. 
of Aurora. An active business and manu- 
facturing point, and the centre of a large 
grain-producing and stock-raising district. 

Li E A D E R ; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1..50 ; established 1880 ; 
J. W. Turner, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion .J 1 . 

EAST ST. LOUIS, St. Clair Co., p 
11,250 pop., on Mississippi r., directly oppo- 
site St. Louis, Mo.; terminus of thirteen 
railroads; an enterprising and Important 
city; very extensive stock-yards and pack- 
ing-houses are located here. East St. Louis 
is connected by bridge with St. Louis. Mo. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays ; independent- 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1866; James W. Kirk, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

HERA Li D; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1879; Maurice F. Tissier, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

SIGNAL; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; H. D. O'Brien, editor ; Signal 
Printing Co., publishers ; circulation K 2. 

EDINBURGH, Christian Co., n 800 

pop., on Ohio & Mississippi Rd., 9 m. from 

Taylorville and 20 from Springfield. 

HERALiD; Wednesdays; independent; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1882 ; Frank T. Kauerauf , editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

EDWARDSVILLE, C. H., Madison 

Co., P 3,325 pop., on Toledo, Cin., & St. Louis 
and Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rds., at the 
junction of the Madison Co. Rd., 12 m. from 
Alton and 18 from St. Louis. In a rich and 
populous agricultural district, and centre 
of an active trade. 
INTELLIGENCER; Wednesdays ; 



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democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1862 ; C. Boeschenstein, 
editor andpublisher ; circulation J 1. 

REPUBLICAN; Wednesdays; republi- 
can four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription 81.25 ; 
established 1869 ; Grossman Bros., editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

EFFINGHAM, C. H., Effingham Co., 
p 3,070 pop., on Illinois Central, Indiana & 
111. Southern, St. Louis, W. & P., and Terre 
Haute & Indianapolis Rds., 98 m. from St. 
Louis. Engaged in manufacturing ; the 
centre of considerable trade. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridaj^s ; eight pages; 
size 30x44; subscription SI. 50; established 1856 ; 
George M. Le Crone, editor and publisher ; 
cii-culation J 1. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages; size 26x40; subscription §1.50; 
established 1872 ; E. B. Gorrall, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

VOLRSBLiATT ; Thursdays; German; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion S2 ; established 1878 ; Albert Gravenhorst, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

EDUCATOR; monthly; educational; 
twenty pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription 
75 cents ; established 1883 ; J. A. Arnold, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1. 

ELDORADO, Saline Co., g 800 pop., 

on W. & St. L. and Cairo Short Line Rds. A 

manufacturing town. 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; four pages; size 
20x26; established 1885; Thomas Sheridan, 
editor and publisher. 

ELGIN, Kane Co., [^ 14,000 pop., on Fox 
r., and Fox River, Chicago & North-western 
and M. & St. P. Rds., 38 m. from Chicago. 
The river furnishes power, which is em- 
ployed in various manufactures. The El- 
gin National Watch Company located here. 
Centre of a fine agricultural district ; has a 
milk-condensing factory and other indus- 
trial features, and contains the Northern 
Insane Asylum ; business in butter and 
cheese. Headquarters of the dairy interest 
of the Northwest. 

COURIER: every evening except Sun 
day, and WEERLiY, Saturdays ; independ- 
ent ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 24x36, weekly 29x42 ; subscription 
— daily .§5, weekly §1.50; established— daily 
1878, weekly 1871 ; Doherty &, Hemmens, 
editors and publlshei-s ; circulation— daily 
J 1; weekly J 2. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday, 
and ADVOCATE, Saturdays; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 24x39, 
weekly 35x48 ; subscription— tlaily §5, weekly 
$150; established— daily 1872, weekly 1855; 
A. H. Lowrie, publisher; circulation— daily 
J 2, weekly HI. 

ADVOCATE; (see .Veics. ) 

C H I l{ C H A N D H O J>I E II.L.US- 
TRATKI) ; (see Chicago.) 

DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG; Thursdays; 
German; democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44; 
subscription .$2 ; established 1880 ; Frank 
Kramer, editor and publisher; circ'n .1 1. 

EVERY SATURDAY; Saturdays; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1884; J. K. Le Baron, editor; Le 
Baron & Lane, publishers; cii'culation J 1. 

TE>IPERANCE REFOR.^IER; Sat 
urdays ; independent ; eight pages ; size 
22x31; subscription .§2 ; established 1882; Hill 
& Haight, editors and pulilishers ; circ'n J 2. 

ELIZABETHTOWN, C. H., Ear- 

din Co., C, 4811- pop., on Ohio r., midway 



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between Evansville and Cairo. Industi-les : 
mining iron, coal, lead and copper, and 
agriculture. 

INDEPENDENT; Thursdays; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion S1.50 ; established 1882 ; John S. Abbott, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

ELMHURST, Du Page Co., d l.OOO 
pop., 16 m. W. of Chicago, on the Chicago & 
Northwestern Rd. Lutheran college lo- 
cated here. 

E A GLiE ; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription §2 ; estab- 
lished 1861 ; H. C. Paddock, editor and pub- 
lisher ; printed at the office of the Wheatou 
Illinoian ; circulation L 1 . 

ELMWOOD, Peoria Co.,n l.oOlf pop., 
at junction of Galesburg & Peoria and Buda 
& Rushville branches of Chicago, Burling- 
ton & Quincy Rd., 26 m. from Peoria. Cen- 
tre of a thriving trade, having various 
manufactures. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription .§1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1875 ; Milton H. Spence, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

MESSENGER; Fridays; four pages; 
size 24x35 ; subscription .$2 ; established 1874 ; 
John Regan, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 1. 

EL PASO, Woodford Co., a l,390t pop.^ 
on Illinois Central Rd., at ci'ossing of Wa- 
bash Rd., and terminus of Middle Division 
of niinois Central Rd., 33 m. from Peoria 
and 17 from Bloomington. Engaged in local 
trade, agi'iculture and stock raising. 

JOURNAL ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; size 
31x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1865 ; W. 
D. Meek, editor and publisher ; circ'n J 1 . 

ELWOOD, Will Co., [:/420 pop., on 
the Chicago & Alton Rd., 46 m. S. W. of 
Chicago, and 9 m. S. by W. of Joliet. A 
thriving town. 

C0 3IMERCIAL ADVERTISER; 

(see Lockport.) 

EMINGTON, Livingston Co., a 200 
pop., on the Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd. 

CONGREGATIONAL REVIEW; 

semi-monthly ; congregational ; four pages : 
size 19x22 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 
1884 ; Rev. W. E. Smith and Rev. M. M. Lang- 
ley, editors and pubhshers ; circulation K 2. 

ENFIELD, White Co., O^ 800 pop., 48 
m. from Evansville, Ind., at junction of 
Ohio & Mississippi and Louisville and Nash- 
ville Rds. Has high schools and other edu- 
cational institutions. 

DISTRICT ADVOCATE; monthly ; 
methodist episcopal; four pages; size 19x25 1 
subscription 50 cents ; established 1881 ; Revs. 
W. Van Cleve and J. I. Pender, editors ; Dis- 
trict Conference, publishers ; does not insert 
advertisements. 

ENGLEWOOD, Cook Co., cf 9,500 
pop.; has nine i-ailroads ; is 7 m. south from 
and connected by horse-car line with Chi- 
cago. A residence town for Chicago busi- 
ness men. The great Union stock yards 
are located here. 

TOWN OF LAKE EYE; Saturdays ; 
four pages ; size 23x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 



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established 1878; W. H. Tousley and F. M. 
Smith, editor ; Mrs. F. E. Tousley and W. H. 
Tousley, publishers ; circulation I 1. 

XQUALITY, lO, Gallatin Co., O, 500 

pop., on the Saline r., and on the St. Louis 

& Southeastern Rd., 12 ni "W.N.W. of Shaw- 

neetown. Coal mines and salt works in 

the vicinity. 

HERALD s "Wednesdays; four pages; 
«ize 24x35 : established 1885 ; C. W. Hendricks, 
editor and publisher. 

£RI£, Whiteside Co., tD 950 pop., on 
Rock r. and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rds. Principal pursuits are grain and live 
stock raising and the inanufacture of sor- 
ghuiu, barrels, wagons and steam ditching 
machines. Celebrated game and hunting 
locality. 

INDEPENDENT; Thursdays; independ- 
■ent ; four pages ; size 24x35 : subscription 
$1.25 ; established 1879 ; William M. Patrick, 
■editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

EUREKA, Woodford Co., a 1,300 pop., 
at intersection of Wabash, St. Louis & 
Pacific and Chicago, Pekin & Southwestern 
Rds., 20 m. front Peoria. Grain and stock 
trade caiTied on. 

JOURNALi? Thursdays; independent; 
■eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1868; Radford & Davidson, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

EVANSTON, Cook Co., d 7,856 pop., 
11 m. N. from Chicago, on the Chicago & 
Northwestern and Chicago & Evanston Rds. 
The Northwestern University and Garrett 
Biblical Institute are located here. 

INDEX; Saturdays; independent ; four 

pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1872 ; John A. Childs, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 . 

NORTHWESTERN; bi weekly ; 
twenty-four pages ; size of page 8x11 ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; established 1871 ; Students of 
the Northwestern University, editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2 ; a college paper ; 
issued during the collegiate year. 

EWING COLLEGE, Franldin Co., 
^ 200 pop., 9 m. from Benton and 16 from 
Mt. Vernon. Extensive woolen mill here. 

EWING STUDEiST; monthly; sixteen 
pages octavo ; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Students of Ewing College, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation L 2 ; a col- 
lege paper ; issued during the collegiate year. 
^^M^Actual average circulation for one year 
preceding Nov. 18, 1885, asper statement onflle 
at the office of the American Newspaper Di- 
rectory, 291 copies. 

EAIRBURY, Livingston Co., a 2,700 

pop., on Iowa division of Wabash Rd., 59 

m. from Peoria ; a prominent point for 

manufactures ; the principal market for a 

large agricultural communitj- ; two coal 

shafts are in constant operation in the 

vicinity furnishing the county with an 

abundance of fuel. 

BEADE : Fridays ; four pages ; size 
24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1871; 
<C. E. Carter, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 2. 

FAIRFIELD, C. H., Wayne Co.,^ 2,500 
pop., on Ohio & Mississippi and Louisville, 



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Evansville & St. Louis Rds., 129 m. from 
Springfield and 108 from St. Louis. Sur- 
rounded by an excellent grain and fruit- 
growing district, and a shipping point for 
valuable lumber. Manufactures mainly 
woolen goods, wagons, bai'rels and flour ; 
seat of Hayward Collegiate Institute. 

WAYNE CO. PRESS; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; eight, pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrio- 
tion $1.5(j ; D. W. Barkley, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 . 

WAYNE CO. RECORD; Thursdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; Edward McClung, editor and pub- 
lisiier ; circulation K 2. 

FAIR VIEW, Fulton Co., -a 500 pop., 
on Fulton Co. Narrow Gauge Rd., 20 m. 
from Lewistowu. Farming, manufacture 
of tile, and coal mining are the principal 
industries. 

BEE ; Thursdays ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1883 ; E. E. 
Whitehead, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

FARINA, Fayette Co., g 623 pop., on 

Illinois Central Rd., 65 m. E. of St. Louis, 

and 223 S. of Chicago. Farming district; 

small fruit and vegetables a specialty. 

NEWS; Thursdays ; independent-republi- 
can ; eight pages ; size 32x44 ; subscription 
$1.25 ; established 1882 ; C. R. Davis, editor 
and publislier; circulation K 1. 

FARMER CITY, De Witt Co., n 
1,500 pop., on Indiana, Bloomington & West- 
ern Rd., at intersection of Springfield br. 
of Illinois Central Rd., 25 m. from Bloom- 
ington and 18 from Clinton. A place of 
active trade. 

EAGLE; Saturdays ; i-epublican ; 
four pages ; size 23x33 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1870 ; John S. Harper, editor and 
publisher ; circulation 1,2. 

JOURNAL ; Fridays ; independent ; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1872 ; W. C. Devore, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

FARMINGTON, Fulton Co., -a 1,500 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and 
Central Iowa Rds., 25 m. from Peoria. 
Surrounded by an excellent grain and 
stock-raising district. 

B U G E E ; Fridays ; independent ; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1881; S. P. Wood, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

H03IE VISITOR; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 
1882 ; A. W. & W. R. Brown, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

FLORA, Clay Co., g 2,000 pop., on 
Ohio & Mississippi Rd. Engaged in agri- 
culture and manufactures. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; four pages ; size 
28x44 ; subsci'iption $1.50 ; established 1870 ; 
A. H. Reed, editor; Smith & Co., publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

FORREST, Livingston Co., a 1,200 

pop., on the Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific 

and Toledo, Peoria & Wai-saw Rds., 93 m. S. 

of Chicago. Important railroad centre. 

Farming district. Grain and live stock are 

the principal products. 

RAMBLER; Wednesdays; eight pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 



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1883; C. W. Stiekney, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

rORRESTON, Ogle Co., ^ 1.108 pop., 
on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and 
Northern division of Illinois Central Rd., 
at intersection of Chicago & Iowa Rd., 13 ni. 
from Freeport. Surrounded by an agri- 
cultural and stock-raising district. 

H E R A Li D ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2.25 ; 
established 1875; L. G. Burrows, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1; an edition en- 
titled the Enterprise is issued at Leaf River; 
issues also the Lanark Gazette. 

FRANKFORT STATION, Will 

Co., cf aJO pop., about 35 m. from Chicago. 
Engaged principally in the manufacture of 
farm implements. 

COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER ; 

(see Lockport. ) 

FRANKLIN GROVE, Lee Co., r^ 

730+ pop., on Chicago & North-western Rd. 
Centre of a rich agricultural region. A con- 
siderable grain-shipping point. 

FRANKLIN REPORTER; Satur 
days; independent; twelve pages; size of 
page llxlH; subscription ,$1.50; established 
1869 ; D. B. Senger, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

LIGHT ; Saturdays ; four pages : size 
22x30; subscription SI; established 1881; A. 
D. Webb, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2. 

FREEPORT, C. H.. Stephenson Co.,\: 
10,000 pop., on Illinois Central, Chicago & 
North-western and Chicago, Mil., & St. Paul 
Rds., 121 ra. W. of Chicago. An active busi- 
ness place, with considerable manufactur- 
ing ; located in a farming district. 

BULiLiETIN ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 22x35, weekly 30x44 ; subscription 
— <laily S5.20, weekly $2; established— daily 
1877, weekly 1847; O. F. Potter, editor and 
publisher ; circulation— tlaily K 1, weekly .1 2. 

JOURNAL : everj^ evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLiY, Wednesdays; daily 
four pages, weekly eight pages; size— daily 
22x:30, weekly 30x44; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $1.50; established— daily 1879, weekly 
1848 ; Journal Printing Co., publishers ; circu- 
lation — daily K 1 , weekly .1 2. 

BANNEIt ; Saturdays; German; eight 
pages; size 35x46; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1879 ; H. W. Frick, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. Sonntagsblatt, four pages, 
size 19x25, subscription .$1, is also issued ; 
circulalion of Sonntaqshlntt K 1. 

DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; democratic 
eight pages; size 31x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 18S3: W. T.Giles, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 1. 

DEUTSCHER ANZEIGER;. Wed 
nesdays; German; deimtcratic ; ten pages; 
size :30x43; subscription $2; established 1853; 
W. H. Wagner, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation .1 2. 

SONNTAGSBLATT ; (see Banner.) 

NEWS; monthly; eight pages ; siz*^ 30x44 ; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1864; Tay- 
lor & Pommer, editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

TRUE MISSION: monthly; sixteen 
pages; size 11x14; subscriiition 50 cents: es- 
tablished 188S; True Mission Co., editors and 
proprietors. 

FULTON, Wiiteside Co., ^2,186 pop., 
on Mississippi r., about 40 m. above Daven- 
port and 136 W. of Chicago. Terminus of 



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Mendota & Clinton branch of C, B. &; 
Q. Rd. terminus of Chicago, Burlington & 
Northern, and at junction of C, M. & St. 
Paul with Chicago & North-western Rds. 
Located in a fine farming district. One of 
the best shipping points in the West. 

JOURNAL ; semi-weeklj% Tuesdays and 
Fridays ; four pages ; size 26x35 ; subscription 
$2; established 1854; Bastian Bros., editors 
and publishers : circulation J 1. 

STAR ; Fridays ; prohibition ; four pages; 
size of page 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1883: Perry & Ervin, editors and pub- 
lishers : circulation K 1. 

GALENA, C. H., Jo Daviess Co., ^ 8,000 
pop., on Galena r., 4 m. from its entrance 
into the Jlississippi and 16 fi-om Dubuque, 
Iowa. Manufactures furniture, carriages, 
lumber, sashes, doors, blinds, fai-m imple- 
ments, has marble and stone works, iron 
foundries, etc. Very extensive lead and 
zinc mines aa"e found in this vicinity. Con- 
nected with Chicago by Illinois Central 
and C. & N. W. Rds. Chicago, Burlington 
& Northern Rd. nearly completed. The 
chief products of this section are corn, 
oats, potatoes, wheat, flax, butter, wool, 
hay, pork and live stock. 

GAZETTE; every evening except Sun- 
day, TRl-WEEKLY, Mondays, Wednes- 
days and Fridays, and WEEKLY, Fridays ^ 
republican ; four pages ; size — daily and tri- 
weekly 24x35, weekly 30x46; subscription — 
daily $8, tri-weekly $4, weekly $1..50 ; estab- 
lished 1834 ; J. B. Brown, editor and publisher; 
circ'n— daily L 2 , tri-weekly L 1 , weekly G 1. 

PRESS; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1874; Cumings & Scott, editors and 
publishers; circulation J 1. 

VOLiKSFREUND ; Thursdays; (Jernian; 
four pages ; size 28x40 ; subscription .$2 ; es- 
tablished 1868; John Voss, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

GALESBURG, C. H., Knox Co., ^ 

13,000. pop., on Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Rd., at junction of Peoria Rd., and 
terminus of Fulton Co. Narrow Gauge Rd., 
165 m. from Chicago and 53 from Peoria. 
Engaged in manufacturing and centre of an 
active trade. Knox and Lombard Colleges 
and St. .Joseph's Academy are located here. 

REPUBLICAN-REGISTER; every 
evening except Sunday, and W^EEKLY, 

Saturdays ; republican ; daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 22x:?0, weekly 
30x44; subscriptiim-dailv $6, weeklv$2; es- 
tablished— <laily 1870. weekly 1866 ; Z. Beatty, 
editor; Galesblirg Printing and Publishing 
Co.. publishers ; circ'n — dailv K 1, weekly J 2. 

PLAINDEALER; Fridays; repub- 
lican; eight pages; size 31x44; subscription 
S2; established 1873; Plaiudealer Printing 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation J 1. 

PRESS AND PEOPLE; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 : sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1875; Gersh Mar- 
tin, editoi- and publisher : circulation J 2. 

COUP D'ETAT; Juonthly ; twenty-four 
pages ; stee of page 8x11 ; subscripti<m .$1 ; es- 
tablished 1881 ; Coup d'Etat .Joint Stock Co., 
editors and publishers ; circulation L 2 ; a col- 
lege paper : issued during the collegiate year. 

LOMBARD REVIEW; monthly; 
twenty-pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription 
$1 : established 1884 : John R. Carpenter, 
editor ; Lombard Review Joint Stock Co., 
publishers; circulation 1^2; a college paper ; 
issued during the collegiate year. 



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GALVA, ffenry Co., ^ 2,468 pop., at 
junction of Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
and Peoria it Rock Island Rds., also on 
Galva & Keithsburg branch of the C. B. & 
Q. Rd., 23 jn. from Galesburg. Extensive 
coal mines. 

NEWS; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 35x48; subscription $2 ; established 
1878; E. E. Fitch, editor and publisher ; circu 
lation K 2. 

STANDARD; Fridays; greenback; eight 
pages; size 2tix40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1881 ; F. M. Riggen, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

GARDNER, Grundy Co., ^ 1,500 pop., 
on C. & A. and Kankakee & Seneca Rds., 
64 ni. S. of Chicago. Coal and mining dis- 
trict. 

ENTERPRISE ; Fridays ; eight pages ; 
size 26x40 : subscription $1.50 : established 
1876 ; E. B. Young, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

GENESEO, ^enr?/ Co.,)oi 3,800 pop., on 
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 23 m. 
from Rock Island. Centre of an agricul- 
tural district. A Presbyterian Academy 
and the Northwestern Normal School are 
located here. 

HENRY CO. NEWS; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 28x44; subscription $1,50; estab- 
lished 1874 ; Henry L. Kiner, publisher ; circu- 
lation J 1. 

REPUBLIC; Fridays; republican; four 
pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1856 ; A. Lieberknecht, editor and publisher ; 
circulation 1 1. 

NORMAL. WORKER ; monthly; eight 
pages; size of page 11x15; subscription 50 
cents ; established 1880 ; Cook & Stevens, 
editors and publishers ; circulation J 2 ; a 
school paper. 

POULTRY^ CHU3I ; monthly ; poultrv 
raising ; eight pages : size of page 8x11 ; sub- 
scription 25 cents; established 1885; F. A. 
Kidder, editor and publisher. 

GENEVA, C.H.,iira?ieCo.,[i 1,200 pop., 
on Fox r., Chicago & Northwestern and 
Burlington, Quincy & Northwestern Rds., 
35 m. from Chicago. Various large manu- 
factories are located here. Dairying centre. 

PATROL; Fridays; prohibition; eight 
pages; size of page 11x15; subscription $1 ; 
established 1884 ; Joel Niles Wheeler, editor 
and publisher ; circulation I l . (J^ Actual 
average circulation for one year preceding 
Dec. 2.% 1885, as per statement on file at the 
office of the American Newspaper Directory, 
2,004 co^jies. 

REPUBLICAN; Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages; size ;30x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1851; A. D. Haynes, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

GENOA, BeKalh Co., ^ 650 pop., 59m. 

W. of Chicago, on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. 

Paul Rd. Dairying is the principal industry. 

ISSUE : Thursdays ; eight pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1884 ; 
D. W. Hartman & Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2 . 

GIBSON CITY, Ford Co., [> 1,300 
pop., at the crossing of three railroads, viz.: 
the Lake Erie & Western, the Springfield 

. Branch of 111. Central, and the Chicago 
Division of Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific, 35 
m. E. of Bloomlngton. Surrounded by a rich 
farming country. 
ENTERPRISE; Thursdays ; eight 



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pages ; size of page 31x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
establislied 1883 ; P. A. Coal, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L2. 

CilBSON COURIER; Wednesdays ; In- 
dependent; eight pages; size 30x44; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1873; E. Lowry, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1. 

GILLESPIE, Macoupin Co., D 1,000 

pop., on Indianapolis & St. Louis Rd., 40 

m. from St. Louis. Extensive coal mining 

is carried on ; good farming country. 

BANNER; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription ,$1; estab- 
lished 1882; T. M. Pentzer, editor; Borland 
McKee & Co., publishers ; circulation K 1. 

GILMAN, Iroquois Co., a- l,299t pop., 

on Illinois Central, Toledo & Peoria, and 

Gilman & Springfield Rds. Surrounded by 

a fruit-growing district ; 81 m. S. by W. of 

Chicago. Cheese and broom factory. 

STAR; Saturdays; eight pages; size 
80x44; subscription $1.50; established 1870; 
R. C. Allen, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

GIRARD, Macoupin Co., a 1,500 pop., 
on two rds.. Including the St. Louis & Chi- 
cago. Devoted principally to agriculture 
and coal mining for railroad use. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
24x34 ; subscription $1..50 ; established 1879 ; 
Geo. L. Tipton, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2. 

GOLCONDA, C. H., Pope Co., g l.OOOf 
pop., on Ohio r., at mouth of Lusk Creek, 
and 20 m. above the mouth of Cumberland 
r., 80 from Cairo, 120 from ETansville, Ind. 
Principal shipping point for a large agri- 
cultural and mineral country. Has some 
manufactures. 

HERALD; Fridays; republican four 

pages; size 28x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1857 ; Josiah P. Hodge, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2 ; issues also Livingston 
Sentinel, Smithland, Ky. 

INDEPENDENT; Thursdays ; eight 
pages, size 26x40; subscription .$1.50; estab- 
lished 1886; E. H. Thielecke, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

GOOD HOPE, McDonough Co., -a 

4CHJ pop., on the Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw 

Rd., 8 m. W. of Bushnell. Large tile works 

and mill here. Grain shipped in large 

quantities. 

INDEX ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
established 1885 ; H. J. Herbertz, editor and 
publisher. 

GRAFTON, Jersey Co., -D 950 pop., 

on the Mississippi r., about 2 m. below the 

mouth of the Illinois and 15 m. above Alton. 

An excellent lime region. 

NEWS ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription $1; established 1882 ; C. P. Edsall, 
editor and publisher. 

GRAND CROSSING, Cook Co., cT 
1,400 pop., on the Illinois Central Rd. where 
it crosses the Lake Shore & Michigan and 
the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago Rds., 
9 m. S. of Chicago. It is a part of the vil- 
lage of Hyde Park. 

SUBURBAN ENTERPRISE ; (see 

Kensington.) 

GRAYVILLE, White Co., C^ 1,5-33 
pop., on Wabash r. and Cairo & Vincennes 



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Rd., 35 ni. from Evansville, Ind. ; also on 

Grajville & Mattoon Rd. It lias au active 

trade and is rapidly increasing in popiila 

tiou. Engaged in manufacturing, and an 

important shipping point. 

INDEPENDENT^ Thursdays; four 
pages; size 22x30; subscription ,$1.25; estab- 
lished 1859 ; Clarke Brothers, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

GREENFIELD, Greene Co., u 1,200 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and 
Litchfleld, Carrollton & West^'rn Rds., 12 m. 
S. of Whitehall. Agricultui-al and stock- 
raising county. 

ARGUS; Saturdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 24x34; .subscription §1.50; estab- 
lished 1878 ; V. H. Haven, editor ; Greenfield 
Printing Co., publishers ; circulation L2. 

GREENUP, Cumberland Co., n- 1,100 
pop., 44 m, from Terre Haute, Ind., and 25 
from Mattoon. An agricultural and min- 
eral country. Has grist and saw mills. 

CUMBERLAND TI3IES ; Fridays; 
republican; eight pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription §1.25; established 1881; Will S. 
Tobey, editor ; Times Printing Co., publish- 
ers ; circulation .J 1. 

GREEN VIEW, Menard Co., u 800 
pop., on the Chicago & Altcjn Rd., 53 m. S. 
W. of Bloomington. Coal mining. An ex- 
cellent farming localitj'. 

MAIL ; Fridays; eight pages; size 26x40; 
established 1885 ; Geo. W. Wetzell. editor and 
publisher. 

GREENVILLE, C. H., Bond Co., g 
1,890 pop., on Vaudalia Rd., 5U m. from St. 
Louis. In an agricultural district. Corn 
and wheat are the chief products. 

ADVOCATE; Thursdays; republican; 
twelve pages; size of page 13x20; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1857; Geo. M. Tatham, 
editor and publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

SUN ; Fridays ; independent ; eight pages ; 
size 31x44; subscription §1.50; established 
1876; V. Harold, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation J 1. 

GRIGGSVILLE, Pi^ce Co., -u 1.515t 
pop., on Hannibal and Naples Division of 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 50 m. from 
Quincy, 4 W. of Illinois r., 30 E. of Missis- 
sippi r. A thriving agricultural district. 
Extensively engaged in various manufac- 
tures. 

INDEPENDENT PRESS; Thursdays; 
independent ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; sub- 
scription S1..50; established 1879; Arnold 
Hughes, editor and publislier ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

HAMPSHIRE. Kane Co., b 600 

pop., on the Chicago & Pacific Rd., 50 m. W. 

N. W. of Chicago. Tile factory and several 

brick yards. 

REGISTER; Tliursdays; independent; 
four pages; size24x:35; suljscription §1.50; es- 
tablished 1SS5; G. E. Sisley, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

HARDIN, C. H., Calhoun Co., -a SOOf 
pop., on Illiuois r., opposite the mouth of 
Macoupin Creek, about 28 m. above Alton. 
Farming carried on. 

CALHOUN HERALD ; Thursdays; 
foiu- pages; size 24x35; subscription §1.50; 



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established 1873 ; James McNabb, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L l . 

HARRISBURG, C. H., Saline Co., g 
1,700 pop., on Cairo, Vincennes & Chicago 
Rd., 100 m. from St. Louis, about 68 from 
Cairo and 30 from Ohio r. Surrounding 
country prolific in coal, iron and salt. 
Has a fine trade. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 26x40; sub.scription §1.50; 
established 1859 ; J. F. M. Pickett, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

MER C UR Y ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.25; 
established 1880 ; W. K. Burnett, editor and 
publisher : circulation K 1. 

HARVARD, McHenry Co., ^ 2,000 
pop., on Chicago & North-western Rd., at 
the intersection of the Rockf ord & Kenosha 
and Madison & St. Paul Rds., 63 m. from 
Chicago. Agriculture and manufacturing 
the principal branches of industry. 

INDEPENDENT ; Fridays; independ- 
ent; eight pages; size 31x44; subscription 
§1.50; established 1865 ; Otis S. Eastman, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

HAVANA, C. H., Mason Co., u 2,118t 
pop., on Illiuois r., and Peox-ia, Pekin & 
Jacksonville Rd., at intersection of Spring- 
field & North-western Rd., and L, B. &W. 
branch ; a great shipping point for osage 
plants and white flint corn ; 31 m. from 
Pekin. 

MASON CO. DEMOCRAT; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion §1.50; established 1&49; S. A. Murdock & 
Co., editors and publishei's ; circulation J 1. 

MASON CO. REPUBLICAN ; Fri 

days ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription §1.50 ; established 1873 ; P. F. War- 
ner, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

HEGEAVISCH, Cook Co., cf 800 

pop., on New York, Chicago & St. Louis Rd., 

20 m.-N. Chicago. Car works are located 

here. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 24x35 ; established 1885. 

HENNEPIN, C. H., Putnam Co., i 

62.31- pop., on Illinois r., 50 m. above Peoria. 

River navigable for large tow boats and 

propellers. Considerable produce shipped 

here. 

PUTNAM RECORD; Thursdays; eight 
ages ; size 26x40 ; subscription §1.50 ; estab- 
ished 1868 ; I. H. Cook, editor ; I. H. Cook & 
Son, publishers ; circulation K 1. 

HENRY, Marshall Co., a l,728t pop., 

on Illinois r., and Peoria branch of Chicago, 
Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 33 m. from Peo- 
ria. Extensively engaged in the shipping 
of grain and in manufactures. 

REPUBLICAN; Thursdays; republi- 
can; eight pages; size ;^x44 ; subscription 
§2; established 1852 ; George Burt, Jr., editor 
and publisher; circulation J 1. 

HEYWORTH, McLean Co., n 800 

pop., on Illinois Central Rd., 12 m. from 

Bloomington. Has grain elevator, flour and 

planing mills, and machine shop. 

STANDARD; Fridays; eight pages; 
size 26x40; subscription §1; established 1881 ; 



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Hugh Robb, editor ; D. A. Creed, publisher ; 
■iroulation K 1. 

HIGHLAND, Madison Co., p l,969t 
pop., on Vandalia Rd., 30 m. from St. Louis. 
An active business centre. Engaged in 
agi-iculture and manufactures. The "Hel- 
vetia Milk Condensing Factory " is a new, 
prominent and very promising enterprise 
in this place. 

UNION ; Fridays; German; republican; 
four pages ; size 28x45 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1863 ; J. S. Hoerner, editor and publish- 
er : circulation J 1. 

HIGHLAND PARK, Lake Co., ^ 

1,100 pop., on Lake Michigan and Chicago 

& Northwestern Rd., 20 m. from Chicago. 

FLORAL. WORLD; monthly; flori- 
culture ; twenty pages ; size of page 8x11; sub 
ficription 60 cents; established 1883; H. Gil- 
lette, editor and publisher; circulation E 1. 

HILLSBORO, C. H., Montgomery Co., 

D l,80ot pop., on Indianapolis & St. Louis 
Rd., 66 m. from St. Louis. Engaged in agi-i- 
cultiu-e and manufactures. 

JOURNAL ; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 30x42 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1869 ; Truitt & Boyd, editoi's and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 2. 

MONTGOMERY NEWS; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; sub 
«cription $1.50; established 1870; Ben. E. 
Johnson, editor and publisher ; circulation 
J 1 ; a four-page edition, subscription $1, is 
also issued on the same day. 

HINCKLEY, DeKalb Co., ^ 475 pop., 
on Chicago & Iowa Rd., 26 m. W. of Aurora. 
Lies in a fine farming and stock-raising dis- 
trict. Has harrow manufactory. 

REVIEW ; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 
31x44 ; subscription $1.23 ; established 1878 ; 
Herbert W. Faj', editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

WATERMAN LEADER; Fridays; 
eight pages; size 30x44; .subscription $1.25 ; 
established 1879 ; Herbert W. Fay, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

HINSDALE, Dii Page Co., r^ 1,000 

pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd. 

A classic academy here. 

RECORD : Fridays ; eight pages ; size 
30x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1861 ; 
H. C. Paddock, editor and publisher ; printed 
at the office of the Wheaton Illinoian. 

HOMER., Champaign Co., a- 1,100 pop., 

on the "Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 110 

m. from Springfield. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1877; Irvin A. Baker, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

HOOPESTON, Vermilion Co., a- 1,900 
pop., on Chicago & Eastern 111. and Lake 
Erie & Western Rds., 104 m. from Chicago, 
45 from La Fayette, and 80 from Blooming- 
ton. An agricultural and manufacturing 
district ; corn-canning, flax tow-milling. 
Tile-making, etc. 

CHRONICLE ; every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 20x26, weeklv 30x44 ; subscription 
—daily $3, weekly $1.50 ; established— daily 
1881, weekly 1872 ; Chas. W. Warner, editor 
and publisher ; cu-c'n— daily L 2 , weekly K 2. 



ILLINOIS. 



INDEPENDENT; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x.S5 ; subscription 
.$1 ; A. M. Fleming, editor and publisher. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages ; size :i0x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1881 ; H. M. Hatt, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

H U E Y , Clinton Co., p 345t pop., 
on the O. & M. Rd., 52 m. W. of St. Louis, 
Mo. An active trading town. 

REGISTER; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; established 1863 ; J. 
W. Peterson, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion L 1 ; issued from the office of the Car- 
lyle Union Banner. 

HUTSONVILLE, Crawford Co., Q, 
875 pop., on the Wabash r., 30 miles below 
Terre Haute, Ind.. and on the Paris & Dan- 
ville Rd. Has grist and lumber mills. 

LABORERS' TRIBUNE ; Thmsdays; 
four pages ; size 24x.36 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1882; E. V. Barlow, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

HYDE PARK, Cook Co., ^ 3,000 
pop., on Lake Michigan and on Michigan 
Central and Illinois Central Rds., 7 m. S. of 
Court House of Chicago. A place of resi- 
dence for business men of Chicago. 

HERALD ; everj' evening except Sun- 
daj" ; independent ; four pages (Saturday edi- 
tion eight pages); size— daily 22x30. Saturday 
30x44 ; subscription— Saturdays without daily 
$2; Hyde Park Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

SUBURBAN ENTERPRISE; (see 
Kensington.) 

ILLIOPOLIS, Sangamon Co., n 700 
pop., 23 m. from Springfield, on Wabash 
St. Louis and Pacific Rd. Agricultural 
country. 

ILLINOIS STATE CENTER; Thurs 
days ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription 
$1.25 ; established 1884 ; R. T. Spencer, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

GOLDEN AGE; monthly; christian; 
eight pages ; size of page 11x16 ; subscription 
50 cents ; established 1885 ; U. M. Browder and 
J. V. Updike, editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation L 2 . 

IROQUOIS, Iroquois Co., U- 500 pop., 

on Iroquois r. and Cincinnati, Indianapolis, 

St. Louis & Chicago Rd., 12 m. from Wat- 

seka, the county seat. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 2Jxo0 ; subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; 
E. Simpson, editor : J. R. Fox, publisher; cir- 
culation L 2. 

JACKSONVILLE, C. H., Morgan 
Co., -n 13,4.37 pop., on Wabash, St. Louis & Pa- 
cific Rd., 34 m. from Springfield, connected 
directly bj" railroads with St. Louis, Chi- 
cago, Peoria, Pekin, Litchfield, Centralia 
and Virden. Pleasantly situated and sur- 
rounded by a rich and populous agricul- 
tural district. Large amount of produce 
shipped fi'om here. Has several manufac- 
tories of importance. The seat of most of 
the State institutions and half a dozen 
colleges and seminaries. 

ILLINOIS COURIER ; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; daily four pages, weekly 
twelve pages ; size — daily 22x30, weekly (size 
of page) 15x22; subscription— daily $7.50; 



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weekly $1.50 ; established— daily 1876, weekly 
1855 ; Doying & Hinrichsen, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation— daily K 1, weekly II. 

JOURNAL; every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; repub- 
lican ; daily four pages, weekly six pages ; 
size — daily 26x40, weeklj' (size of sheet) 30x44 ; 
subscription — daily $10, weekly $1.50 ; estab- 
lished—daily 1866,' weekly 1831 ; Charles M. 
Eanies, editor and publisher ; circulation— 
daily K 1, weekly J 2. 

BANNER OF HOLINESS; Satur- 
days ; holiness ; eight pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; established 1873 ; L. B. Kent, 
editor ; Western Holiness Association, pub- 
lishers ; does not insert advertisenieuts. 

DEAF-3IUTE ADVANCE; Saturdays; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1870 ; Frank Read, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation .1 1 . 

COLLEGE RAMBLER; semimonth- 
ly; fourteen pages; size of page 8x11; sub- 
scription §1 ; established 1878 ; Illinois Col- 
lege Rambler Joint Stock Co., editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2 ; a college paper ; 
issued during the collegiate year. 

A C A D E 31 Y REVIEW; monthly ; 
twenty pages; size of page 8x11; subscription 
$1 ; established 1885 ; Students of Jacksonville 
Female Academy, editors and publishers ; a 
college paper; issued during the collegiate 
year. 

JEFFERSON, Cook Co., zf 900 pop., 
on Green Bay & Lake Superior division of 
Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 6 m. from Chi- 
cago. Engaged in market gardening. 

HERALD ; Satuidays; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 1882 ; W. 
C. Williams, editor an(l publisher ; circ'n J 1. 

JERSEYVILLE,C. K., Jersey Co., -a 

3,400 pop., on St. Louis, Jacksonville & Chi- 
cago Rd. and Jersey ville branch of Wabash, 
St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 19 m. from Alton, 
and midway between Jacksonville and St. 
Louis. Centre of good farming region. 
Engaged in various manufactures. 

TIMES ; every evening except Sunday ; 
four pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription .$5 ; es- 
tablislied 1885 ; J. A. Walker, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

FREE PRESS ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x35 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; 
Luton & Smith, editors and publishers. 

JERSEY CO. DEMOCRAT ; Thurs 
days ; denioci'atic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription §2 ; established 1865; J. M. Page, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

REPUBLICAN - EXA3IINER : Fri- 
days ; republican ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1865 ; \v illiam 
H. and Frank M. Roberts and Hedley, edi- 
tors and puVjlishers ; circulation J 1 . 

JOLIET, C. H., Will Co., cf 20,000 pop., 
on Des Plaines r., and on Chicago & Rock 
Island Rd., at the intei'section of Chicago & 
Alton Rd., 40 m. from Chicago and on Chi. 
cago and St. Louis, Joliet and Aurora, 
and Michigan Central Rds. The Joliet, Au- 
rora & Northern Rd. is being built. The 
Illinois & 3Iichigan Canal passes through 
here, and furnishes extensive water 
power. Centre of a rich and popu- 
lous agi'icultural district, and depot for the 
shipment of large quantities of grain and 
produce. Considerable manufacturing done 
here. Contains the Illinois Penitentiary. 
Has the largest stone quarries in the West, 
also Bessemer steel works, barb fence fac- 
tories, etc. 
NEWS ; every evening except Sunday, 



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and WEEKLY, Fridays; independent; four 
pages ; size 22x34 ; subscription— daily $4.50, 
weekly $1 ; established — daily 1875, weekly 
1877; James H. Ferris, editor; News Printing 
Co., publishers ; circulation— daily J 2, week- 
ly K 1. 

PRESS; every evening except Sunday, 
and WILL CO. PRESS, Wednesdays; 
daily four pages ; weekly eight pages ; size 
—daily 22x34, weekly 30x44; subscription — 
daily $4.80, weekly $1.50; estabUshed 1883; 
The Press Co., editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation—daily J 2, weekly K 2. 

REPUBLIC AND SUN; every morn- 
ing except Monday, and WEEKLY, Fri- 
days ; republican ; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages; size— daily 24x35, weekly 30x44' j 
subscription— daily .$4.80, weekly $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1847; Robert Mann Woods, editor and 
publisher; circulation— daily J 1, weekly I 1. 

RECORD; Fridays; eight pages; size 
30x44; subscription $1.75; established 1871; 
W. W. Stevens, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation J 1. ^;W° Actual average circulation 
for one year preceding Dec. 4, 1885, as per 
statement on file at the ofiice of the American 
Newspaper Directory, 1,395 copies. 

SIGNAL; Tuesdays; eight pages; size 
31x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1843 ; Zar- 
ley & Brown, editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation J 1 . 

WILL CO. PRESS; (see Press.) 
WOCHENBLATT FUER NORD 
ILLINOIS; Thursdays; German; eight 
pages ; size .35x46 : subscription S2 ; estab- 
lished 1877 ; J. F. Dorr, editor ; Dr. Francis 
Woerndle, publisher ; circulation K 1. 

WILL CO., SCHOOL JOURNAL: 
monthly ; educational ; ten pages ; size of 
page 11x16; subscription 30 cents; established 
188.5 ; Minard •& Roberts, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

JONESBORO, C. H , Union Co., U 
1,650 pop., on St. Louis & Cairo and Illinois 
Central Rds., 35 m. from Caii'O. Fruit- 
growing section. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1849 ; T. F. Bouton, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 

KANKAKEE, C. H., Kankakee Co., D- 
7,500 pop., on Kankakee r. and Chicago & 
New Orleans and Bloomington and Pon- 
tiac branches of Illinois Central Rd.^ 
also on Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis 
& Chicago, Kankakee & Seneca and Indiana,^ 
Illinois & Iowa Rds., 56 m. from Chicago.^ 
A general trading and manufacturing town. 
One of the finest water powers in the St.ite. 
Location of the State Hospital for the In- 
sane. 

CHIEF ; Tuesdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 26x40; established 1834 ; R. H. Bal- 
linger, editor; R. H. Ballinger & Co., pub- 
lishers 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages : size 36x48 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1853; Charles Holt, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 

TI3IES ; Wednesdays ; republican ; eight 
pages; size 40x52; sub.scription .$2; estab- 
lished 1868; S. P. McLean, editor ; Livingston 
& Shaw, publishers ; circulation J 1 . 

TRUTH JOURNAL; Fridays; non- 
partisan ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1884 ; C. A. Lake, editor and 
publisher: circulation K 1. 

KANSAS, Edgar Co., n- 1,000 pop., 
104 m. W. of Indianapolis, at the junction of 
the Indianapolis & St. Louis and Danville, 
Olnej- & Ohio i-. Rds., the shops of the latter 
being situated here. A growing town sur- 



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rounded b.v a flue agricultural country; 
manufacturing interests considerable. 

JOURNAL)! Thursdays; republican; 

four pages ; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 18T6 ; N. W. Beauchanip, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

KEITHSBURG, fiercer Co., b 2,1(0 
pop., on Mississippi r., and midway between 
Burlington and Rock Island on Keithsburg 
branch of Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rd., at point where Central Iowa Rd. 
crosses the Mississippi r., and on line of I., 
I. & I. Rd., 18 m. from Gladstone, 150 from 
Springfield. 

NEWS; Thursdays ; greenback ; four 
pages; size 26.x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1874 ; W. H. & M. E. Heaton, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

TIMES ; Wednesdays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1884; Mitchell & Whitney, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

KENNEY, De Witt Co., n 600 pop., on 

Springfield div. of Illinois Central Rd., 60 
m. S. of Peoria and 33 m. N. E. of Springfield. 
A rich farming country. 

GAZETTE ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
24x35; subscription $1.50; established 1881; 
Crthfield Bro.s., editors and publishers ; circu 
lation L 2 ; an edition entitled the Aigus is 
issued at Atlanta. 

KENSINGTON, Cook Co., [^ 2,500 
pop., on Chicago & Eastern Illinois and 
Michigan Central and Illinois Central Rds., 
15 m. from Chicago. The Pullman Car 
Works and the transfer houses and shops of 
the Michigan Central Rd. are located here. 

SUBURBAN ENTERPRISE; Satur 
days ; eight pages ; size of page 16x22 ; sub- 
scription gl ; established 1882; W. H. Mans- 
field & Hill, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion K 2 ; editions are issued for Dolton's 
Station, Grand Crossing, Hyde Park, Pullman, 
Riverdale,Roseland and Washington Heights. 

KEWANEE, ffenry Co., ^ 4,500 pop., 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 32 m. 
from Galesburg, 132 from Chicago. Coal 
mining and manufacturing are its indus- 
tries. 

COURIER; Wednesdays ; republican ; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription .$2 ; es- 
tablished 1876; Chesley Bros., editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

INDEPENDENT; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$2; established 1870; C. Bassett, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

KINMUNDY, Marion Co., g 1,200 
pop., on Illinois Central Rd., 24 m. N. E. of 
Centralia. A farming, stock-raising and 
fruit-growing country. Coal mining a new 
industry. 

EXPRESS; Thursdays ; eight pages ; size 
26x4U ; independent ; subscription $1 .25 ; es- 
tablished 1883 : Richard F. Lawson, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

KIRKLAND, DeKalb Co., ^ 225 pop., 
on the Chicago & Pacific Rd., 81 m. W. of 
Elgin. Large quantities of live stock ship- 
ped here. 

NE^VS ; Thursdays ; eight pages ; size 
26x40; subscription .$1.25; established 1885; 
D. T. Sherman, editor and publisher. 



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KIRK WOOD, Warren Co., -a 1,080- 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 
7 m. from Monmouth. Situated in a farm- 
ing community. 

LEADER; Wednesdays; independent; 
four pages; size 24x34; subscription $1.50; 
established 1881 ; Charles Bradshaw, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

KNOXVILLE, Knox Co., <3 l,600t 
pop., on Peoria Rd., 48 m. from Peoria; is- 
engaged in carriage manufacture, and alsa 
woolen goods. Has three educational insti- 
tutions. 

KNOX CO. REPUBLICAN; Wed- 
nesdays ; republican ; eight pages ; size 
80x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1856 ; O. 
L. Campbell, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

LACON, C. H., Marshall Co., n 2,000 
pop., on Illinois r., and Lacon branch of 
Western division of Chicago & Alton Rd., 
26 m. from Peoria. Steamboats run up the 
Illinois river to this point, excepting in. 
winter. Considerable quantities of grain 
and produce are shipped from this point. 
Has woolen and yarn mills. 

H03IE JOURNAL; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; eight pages ; size 26x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1837 ; Spencer Ells- 
worth & Co., editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion J 2 ; an edition entitled the Reporter 
is issued at Chillicothe, and another, entitled 
the Vidette, is issued at La Rose. 

MARSHALL CO. DEMOCRAT? 
Fridays ; democratic ; eight pages ; size 36x48 ; 
subscription $1.5li ; established 1876 ; William 
B. Whilteu, editor and publisher ; circ'n 1 1 ; 
an edition entitled the Independent is issued 
at Chillicothe. 

LA GRANGE, Cook Co., ^ 2,000 
pop., 14 m. from Chicago, on Chicago, Bur- 
lington & Quincy Rd. 

SUBURBAN NEWS; Saturdays; in- 
dependent ; twelve pages ; size of page 9x12 ; 
subscription -SI : established 1884 ; C. A. Whit- 
ney and Earl B. Smith, editors and publish- 
er.s ; circtilation L 2 . 

LA HARPE, ^«wcoci' Co., -n 960 pop., 
on Burlington branch of Wabash, St. Louis 
and Pacific Rd., 28 m. from Keokuk, and 
20 m. from Burlington, Iowa, Engaged in 
manufacturing agricultural implements. 

LA HARPER; Fridays ; independent ; 

eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1875; J. C. Coulson, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

liAKE ; Cook Co., rf a suburb of Chi- 
cago. 

VINDICATOR and COOK COUNTY 

SUBURBAN NEWS; (see Chicago.) 

LAKE VIEW, Cook Co., c^ a suburb 

of Chicago. 

DER POSTILLION; (see Chicago.) 
INDEPENDENT ? (see Chicaa-o.) 
LAKE VIEW TELEPHONE ; (see- 

Chicago.) 
DER BOTE BETHESDA'S; (see 

Chicago.) 

LANARK, Carroll Co., t] 1,400 pop.^ 
on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rd., 20 m. 
from Preeport, 120 from Chicago, and about 
the same from Milwaukee. A shipping^ 
point for gi'ain and live stock. 
GAZETTE; Wednesdays; republican;. 



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«ight pages ; size 26x40; subscription §1.50; 
established 1863; L. G. Burrows, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1 ; printed at the 
office of the Forrestou Herald. 

NEWS; Fridays; eight pages; size 26x40; 
subscription $1.50; established 1883; G. M. 
Mayers and H. F. Tallman, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

MIL,L,ENARIAN AND TE31PER- 
ANC'E BANNER; monthly; eight pages; 
size 26x40; subscription §1 ; established 1882 ; 
G. M. Myers, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

LiA ROSE, MarshaUCo., D 125 pop., 12 
m. from Lacon, on C. & A. R. Rd. In a farm- 
ing district. 

V I D E T T E ; Timrsdays ; eight pages ; 
size 26x44; subscription Sl-oO; established 
1872 ; Vidette Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 1 ; printed at the 
office of the Lacon Home Journal. 

XA SALLE, La Salle Co., ^ 12,500 
pop., on Illinois r., at intersection of Illinois 
Central Rd., with Chicago and Rock Island 
Rd., and at the terminus of Illinois & Michi- 
gan Canal, 99 m. from Chicago. Centre of 
a very large trade. Coal is found in abund- 
ance in the vicinity. 

DE3IOCRAT-PRESS; Thursdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; sub- 
scription S2 ; established 1876 ; A. J. Reddick, 
-editor and publisher : circulation J 2. 

EXPRESS ; Fridays ; German ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription 82; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Carl Strack, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 ; dated at La Salle and 
Peru. 

TIMES ; Saturdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 24x35; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1883 ; M. A. O'Conor, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

LAWRENCEVILLE, C. H., Law- 

rence Co.. □, 585 pop., on Embarras r., at junc- 
tion of Ohio & Mississippi and Caii'O, Vin- 
cennes & Chicago Rds., 10 m. from Vin- 
cennes. Agriculture ana manufacturing 
carried on. 

DEMOCRATIC HERALD; Thurs- 
■days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1871 ; Frank 
C Meserve, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

RURAL REPUBLICAN; Fridays; 
eight pages; size 26x4(1; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1873 ; Sam. B. Day, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L2. 

LEAF RIVER, Ogle Co., [^ 800 pop., 
on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rd. 
A new and thriving town. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays ; eight pages ; 
size ;%x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1881 ; 
J. H. Lambe, editor ; L. G. Burrows, pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 ; printed at the office 
of the Forreston Herald. 

LEBANON, Saint Clair Co., -p 2,117 

pop., on Ohio & Mississippi Rd., 22 m. from 

St. Louis. Engaged in farming and coal 

mining. A place of active trade and seat of 

McKendree College. 

JOURNAL; Fridays: eight pages ; size 
30x44; subscription $1.50; established 1881: 
O. V. Jones, editor ; W. L. Jones, publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

.LELAND, La Salle Co., [^ 900 pop., on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 67 m. 
from Chicago. Has graded school and 
windmill manufactory. 
EXPRESS; Saturdays; four pages ; size 



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22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; H. 
W. Johnson, editor and publisher. 

LEMONT, Cook Co., cf 4,800 pop., on 
Illinois & Michigan Canal and Chicago & 
Alton Rd., 25 m. S. W. of Chicago. Has ex- 
tensive limestone quarries, said to be the 
largest in the country. 

COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER; 

(see Lockport.) 

COOK CO. DEMOCRAT; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; John Cur- 
ren, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

LENA, Stephenson Co.,\2 l,520t pop., on 
Galena division of Illinois Central Rd., 12 
m. f roni Freeport. The centre of an exten- 
sive gram and stock trade. 

STAR; Fridays ; independent ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription SI. 50 ; estab- 
lished 1866 ; W. W. Lowis, editor and publish- 
er ; circulation K 2. 

LE ROY, McLean Co., n 1,000 pop., 
on the Indianapolis, Bloomington & West- 
ern Rd,, 15 m. S. E. of Bloomington. Plow 
factory ; engaged in general trade. 

FREE PRESS; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 21x31 : subscription $1.50 ; established 
1885; A. G. Smith, editor and publisher. 

LEWISTOWN, C. H., ^ Fulton Co., 

1,771+ pop., on Buda and Lewisto^vn branch 
C, B. & Q. and Fulton Co. Narrow Gauge 
Rds., 50 m. from Peoria, 60 from Springfield, 
and midway between St. Louis and Chicago. 
Largely engaged in manufacturing and a. 
good trade centre. 

FULTON DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; 
independent ; eight pages; size 30x44; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1855 ; W. T. David- 
son, editor and publisher ; circulation J 2. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1875 ; Lute C. Breden, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

FULTON CO. SCHOOL JOUR- 
NAL ; monthly; educational; eight pages; 
size 22x32 ; subscription 60 cents ; established 
1884; E. R. Boyer, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation J 1 . 

LEXINGTON, McLean Co., u 1,400 

pop., on Chicago, Alton & St. Louis Rd,, 17 

m. from Bloomington. Engaged in tile 

manufacturing, horse and stock raising, 

farming and general trade. 

REVIEW; Fridays; independent; four 
pages; size 24x36; subsci'iption $1.25; estab- 
lished 1883; W. H. Sliepherd, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

LIBERTYVILLE, Lake Co., ^ 812 
pop., on branch of Chicago, Milwaukee & St. 
Paul Rd., 10 m. from Waukegan. A well- 
timbered agricultural district. 

LAKE CO. TIMES ; Thursdays; eight 

ftages; size 3Ux44 : subscription .$1.50; estab- 
ished 1881 ; L. B. Hilles. editor: J. K. Hilles, 
publisher : circulation J 1 . j:^" Actual aver- 
age circulation for one year preceding Jan. 
1, 1886, as per statement on file at the office of 
the American Newspaper Directory, 1,070 
copies. 

LINCOLN, C. H., Logan Co., D 6,000 
pop., on Salt Creek, Chicago & Alton and 
Peoria, Decatur & Evansville Rds., and 
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field and 157 from Chicago. Very superior 
agricultural and coal mining region. Larg- 
est grain-shipping point between Cliicago 
and St. Louis. Manufacturing carried on. 
JOURNAIj; every morning except Mon- 
day ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1881 ; John Edmonds, editor and 
publislier ; circ'n K 1 ; Issues also the Logan 
Co. Tribune. 

HERA Li D ; Thursdays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1856 ; F. B. Mills, editor and publisher ; 
circulation J 2. 

LOGAN CO. TRIBUNE; Fridays; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1882; John Edmonds, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2 ; issues also the 
Journal. 

L.OGAN CO. VOIiKSBIiATT; Fri- 
days ; German ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription .$1.50 ; established 1874 ; C. E. Knorr, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

TIMES; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription .Sl.oO; estab- 
lished 1873 ; T. H. Stokes, editor and publish- 
er; circulation J 1. 

UNIVERSITY REGISTER ; month 
ly ; twenty pages : size of page 7x10 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; establislied 1885 ; Lincoln University 
Register Joint Stoclc Co., publishers; a col- 
lege paper ; issued during the collegiate year. 

LITCHFIELD, Montgomery Co., D 
5,000 pop., on Wabash, St. L. «& Pacific, 
"Jacksonville Southeastern," and Indian- 
apolis & St. Louis Rds., 43 m. from St. Louis. 
Manufactures railway cars, machinery, 
flour, etc. Coal and lubricating oil is 
found in the vicinity. 

ADVOCATE; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size :30x44 ; subscription f 1.50 ; 
established 1874 ; Judson & Roberts, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

MONITOR; Saturdays ; republican ; 
eight pages : size 31x44 ; subscription ,$1.50 ; 
established 1863; B. S. Hood, editor; Blonitor 
Printing Co. , publishers ; circulation K 2. 

LITTLE YORK, Warren Co.,<^ 100 

pop., on the Central Iowa Rd., and on the 

Henderson r. 12 m. N. N. W. of Monmouth. 

ENSIGN; Thursdays; four pages; size 
22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; 
McCormick & Hook, editoi'S and publishers. 

LOCKPORT, Will Co., d l,679t pop., 
on Chicago, Alton & St. Louis Rd. and 111. & 
Mich. Canal, 5 m. from Joliet. Particular 
branches of industry are flour mills, paper 
mills and the grain business. 

PHCENIX; Tlmrsdays; eight pages; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 1876 ; Phoe- 
nix Printing Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 1. 

WILL. CO. COMMERCIAL, AD- 
VERTISER; Thursdays; four pages; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 1878 ; A. 
G. Hawley, editor and publisher; circ'n J 1 ; 
editions of the Cornmercia} Advertiser are 
also issued at Frankfort Station, Lemont, 
Minooka, Mokena, El wood and Plainfield. 

LODA, Iroquois Co., D- 631 pop., on 

Chicago division of Illinois Central Rd., 100 
m. from Chicago. A grain and produce 
market for a large tract of country. 

REGISTER ; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription $1,50; established 
1874 ; E. McBurney, editor ; J. C. Dunham, 
publisher ; circulation L 2 ; printed at the 
office of the Paxton Eastern Illinois Register. 

TIMES; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1879; Volney Weaver, editor; N. E. 



Stevens & Son, publishers; circulation L2 ; 
printed at the oflfice of the Paxton Record. 

LOSTANT, La Salle Co., i 378 pop., 

15 m. S. of La Salle City. Location of flour- 
ing mills and grain warehouses. 

LiOCAL; Saturdays; four pages; size 
20x26 ; subscription $1 ; established 1873 ; J. W. 
Richardson, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2 ; printed at the office of the Tonica 

News. 

LOUISVILLE, C.H., Clay Co., g 1,514- 

pop., on Little Wabash r., and Springfield 

division of O. & M. Rd., 96 m. from St. Louis, 

and 244 from Cincinnati. Surrounded by a 

rich farming district. 

LEDGER ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1868 ; O. C. Gaston, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

MoHENRY,^^/c^e7ir?/ Co., b 875 pop., 

52 m. from Chicago, on Fox River Valley 

Rd. General mercantile and agricultural 

pursuits. 

PLiAINDEAIiER ; Wednesdays; eight 
pages ; .size 35x48 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1875; J. Van Slyke, editor and pub- 
lisher; cii'culation J 1. 

MoLEAN, McLean Co., n 550 pop., 

on Chicago & Alton Rd.. 15 m. from Bloom- 

ington. Chief shipping point for fine grain, 

farming and stock country. 

LiENS ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1880; A. R. 
Dillman, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

MoLEANSBORO, C. H., Hamilton 

Co., p l,:341t- pop., on Louisville & Nashville 
Rd., at junction of St. Louis, Evansville 
and Sliawneetown division, 101 m. from St. 
Louis, 61 from Evansville, 40 from Shawnee- 
town. A well-timbered agi-icultural dis- 
trict. 

LEADER; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; Lyon & Irvin, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

TIMES; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1869 ; J. R. Campbell, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

MACOMB, C. H., McDonough Co., -c 
3,600 pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rd., 58 m. from Quincy and 206 W. of Chi- 
cago, in an agricultural district ; largest 
business point in tlie county. Located In 
the midst of the famous fire-clay region, 
and is noted for its extensive pottery, 
sewer pipe and tile works. 

EA GLiE ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1856; Chas. H. Whitaker, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1. 

ILLINOIS BY-STANDER; Wednes- 
days ; independent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscriptions! ; established 1881 ; B. R. Hamp- 
ton & Son, editors and publishers ; circ'n J 1 . 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $2; 
established 1855; Macomb Journal Printing 
Co., publishers; circulation J 2. 

MACON, Macon Co., u 900 pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., 10 m. from Decatur. 
Agricultural and stock-raising district. 
NEWS ; Saturdays ; eight pages : size 



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-22x32 ; subscription §1 ; established 1885 ; G. 
"W. Shaffer, editor and publisher. 

MAHOMET, Champaign Co., d- 500 
pop., on Indiana, Bloomington & West- 
ern Rd., 10 m. W. of Champaign. Flour 
and saw mills, also two tile factories and 
grain elevator. 

SUCKER STATE; Saturdays: six 
pages ; size of page 15x22 ; subscription -SI ; 
established 1879 ; A. St. Clair Brown, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 



MALTA, DeKalh Co., t\ 504 pop., on 
C. & N. W. Rd., 6 m. from DeKalb and 12 
from Sycamore. "Well located for a good 
general business. 

MAILi ; Thursdays; four pages; size 
26x4<); subscription $1.50; established 1877; 
Tyrrell & Tombliu, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2 ; printed at the office of the 
De Kalb Reviev:. 

MANCHESTER, Scott Co., -a 400 

pop., on C. & A. Rd., 63 m. N. of St. Louis; 

engaged in manufactures. 

SCOTT CO. ARROW; Saturdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 26x4() • subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1878 ; E. J. Pearce, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2 ; printed at 
the office of the White Hall Republican. 

MANSFIELD, Piatt Co., n 600 pop., 
at the crossing of the I., B. & W. and 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 32 m. 
E. of Bloomington. A stock-growing and 
shipping point. 

EXPRESS; Fridays; eight pages; size 
22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; J. 
W. Hilligoss, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

MANTENOj-STa/i^-a/jee Co.,a- 750 pop., 
on the IllinoLs Central Rd., 47 m. S. by W 
of Chicago, and 9 m. N. by E. of Kankakee. 
Various manufactories are located here. 

T I IVI E S ; Fridays ; independent ; four 
pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription §1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; Chas. S. De Graff, editor and 
publisher. 

MARENGO, McHenry Co., ^ 1.265 
pop., on Galena division of the Chicago & 
North-western Rd., 66 m. from Chicago 
and 27 from Rockford. Foundries, flouring 
mills and nurseries. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x35; subscription $1.50; 
established 1868; J. B. Babcock, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

MARION, C. H., Williamson Co., g 
1,200 pop., at terminus of St. Louis Coal 
Rd., 18 m. from Carbondale and 172 from 
Springfield. Has woolen and cotton mills. 

EGYPTIAN P R E S S ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x35; sub- 
scription $I..50; established 1875; Jas. F. 
Connell, editor and publisher ; circ'n L2. 

MONITOR; Thursdays; four pages; size 
24x35; subscription SI ; established 1874 ; B. F. 
Oopeland, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

MAROA, Macon Co., n 956 pop., at 

Junction of the Illinois Central and Illinois 
Midland Rd., 13 m. N. of Decatur. A 
shipping town, and in the midst of a rich 
agricultural region. 

NEWS ; Fridays ; independent ; eight 



ILLINOIS. 



pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1871 ; W. A. Steidley, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

MARSEILLES, La Salle Co., li 2,000 

pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 
8 m. from Ottawa. A manuf acttiring place ; 
has fine water-power. 

NEWS; Thursdays ; four paeres ; size 
24x35 ; established 1885 ; Lindsay & Montgom- 
ery, editors and publishers. 

PLAIN DEALER; Fridavs ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1876 ; Terry Simmons, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

i REGISTER ; Saturdays ; republican ; 

I eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1879; Stone Bros., editors and 

I publishers; circulation K 1. 

MARSHALL, C. H., Clark Co., n- 
1,900 pop., on Terre Haute & Indianapolis 
(Vandalia line), and Cairo, Vincennes & 
Chicago Rds., 147 m. from St. Louis and 18 
from Terre Haute. 

EASTERN ILLINOISAN; semi- 
weekly ; Wednesdays and Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x.35 ; subscription 
$2; established 1853; 6. W. Whitehead editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

; CHURCH PROGRESS; Saturdays; 
■ catholic ; eight pages : size 30x44 ; subscription 
[ $2 ; established 1878 ; Rev. Charles Kuhlmann, 
: editor and publisher ; circulation H 2. 

CLARK CO. HERALD; Tuesdays; 

republican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 

'• tion $2 ; established 1868 ; L. S Kilborn & Son, 

j editors and publishers ; circulation K 2 ; an 

edition entitled the Express is Issued at 

Martinsville. 

MESSENGER; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic; eight pages; size 31x43; subscription 
$1.50; established 1865; John Littlefield & 
Son, editors and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

MARTINSVILLE, ClarJ: Co., i:>l,200 

pop., on Terre Haute & Indianapolis and 
"Vandalia Rds., 29 m. from Terre Haute. Has 
the finest grist mill in this section of the 
State. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; independ- 
ent ; four pages ; size 22x:^ ; subscription 
1.50 ; established 1881 ; Morris & Gorden, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation L 2 ; issue 
also the Casey Banner. 

EXPRESS ; Tuesdays ; republican ; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1871 ; Orrie L. Kilborn, editor and 
publisher; circulation L 2 ; printed at the 
office of the Marshall Clark Co. Herald. 

PLANET ; Thursdaj-s: democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1884 ; E. H. Porter, editor and publish- 
er ; circulation K 1. 

MASCOUTAH, St. Clair Co., j: 3,200 
pop., on St. Louis & Southeastern Rd., 25 m. 
from St. Louis, Mo.; has large flour mills, 
and lies in a superior farming district. 

DER ANZEIGER: Wednesdays; Ger- 
man ; four pages ; size 26x40; subscription $2 ; 
established 1876 ; Frederick Dilg, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

HERALD; Fridays; eight pages; size 
26x40: subscription $1.50; established 1882; 
Carl Moiitag, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1. 2^° Actual average circulation 
for one year preceding Dec. 25, 1885, as per 
statement on file at the office of the American 
Newspaper Directory, 605 copies. 

MASON CITY, Mason Co., a l,714t 

pop., about 2U in. from Havana, on Jackson- 
ville branch of Chicago & Alton Rd., 40 m. 



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N. of Springfield. Extenslvelj' engaged in 

agricultural pursuits. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays; independ- 
lent; eight pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$1.50; established 1867; J. M. Haughey and 
H. E Hathaway, editors and publishers; cir- 
culation K 1. 

J O URN A Ii ; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1871 ; Wells Corey, editor ; Wells Corey 
and Frank Corey, publishers ; circulation K 1. 

MATTOON, Coles Co.,a- 7,300 pop., on 
Indianapolis & St. Louis Rd., at intersection 
of Illinois Central and Peoria, Decatur & 
Evansville Rds., 173 m. from Chicago and 66 
from Terra Haute. A corn-growing and 
shipping point. A coal mine is in opera- 
tion at this point at a depth of 900 feet. 

J O URN A Li ; every morning except Satur- 
day and Sunday, and WEEKLY, Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size— daily 
24x36, weekly 26x44; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $1.50 : established— daily 1873, weekly 
1865 ; T. E. Woods, editor ; T. E. Woods and 
W. F. Purtill, publishers ; circulation— daily 
L 2 , \veeklv K 1. 

COMMERCIALi; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1872 ; Adolf Sumerlin, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

GAZETTE; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1870; C. B. Bostwick & Co., editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

MAY WOOD, Coolc Co., d 1.000 

pop., on the Chicago & Northw-estern Rd. 
and on the Des Plaines r., 10 m. W. of Chi- 
cago. Tw^o manufactories of Chicago 
scrapers and ditchers. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; eight pages; size 
30x44 ; subscripton $2 ; established 1861 ; H. C. 
Paddock, editor and publisher ; printed at the 
office of the Wheaton Illinoian. 

MENDON, Adams Co., -n 652t pop. 
(pop. of township 1,700), on C, B. & Quincy 
Rd., 16 m. from Quincy and 8 from Missis- 
sippi r. Is in an agricultural district, and 
is a lai-ge shipping point for hogs, cattle 
and gi'ain. 

DISPATCH; Wednesdays; indepen- 
dent ; eight pages ; size of page 13x20 ; sub- 
scription $1.25 ; established 1878 ; Jacob R. 
TJrech and W. H. Mclntyre, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

MENDOTA, La Salle Co., ^ 4,056 pop., 
on Illinois Central Rd., at intersection of 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 85 m. 
from Chicago. Has public library, organ 
factory, foundry, flouring mills, gas works, 
carriage and ojher manufactories. 

B U Ij Li E T I N ; Fridays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1852; R. H. Ruggles, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

POST ; Saturdays ; German ; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription $1.50; established 
1879 ; Otto F. Kieselbach, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

REPORTER; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1878 ; Seaman & Kieselbach, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

MEREDOSIA, Morgan Co., -n 900 
pop., on the east bank of the Illinois r. and 
on the Wabash Rd.. 58 m. W. of Springfield. 
Flour and lumber shipped here. 
COMMERCIALi ; Wednesdays; eight 



ILLINOIS. 



pages; size 31x44; subscription .$1.50; estab- 
lished 1S85 ; F. J. Pasteur, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

METAMORA,C. H., Woodford Co., u 
S2SI pop., on western division of Chicago 
& Alton Rd., 30 m. from Bloomington. En- 
gaged in manufactures. 

WOODFORD SENTINEL,; Thurs- 
days ; dem(jcratic ; eiglit pages ; size 35x48 ; 
suijscription .§1.50 ; established 1854 ; G. L 
Harl, editor and publisher ; circulation K 1; 
an edition entitled the Sentinel is issued at 
Washburn. 

METROPOLIS, C.H., Massac Co., g 
4,500 pop., on Ohio r., 40 m. from Cairo. 
One of the largest manufacturing places in 
Southern Illinois. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1878 ; F. A. Trousdale, editor ; 
Jas. D. Stewart & Co.. publishers; clrc'n K 1. 

MASSAC JOURNAL.; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1865 ; H. C. Laughlin, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

MILAN, Bock Island Co,, \2 950 pop., 
on the Rock r. and on the Peoria & Rock 
Island and Rock Island and Mercer Co. Rds. 
Has several large manufacturing establish- 
ments. 

RECORD : Saturdays; four pages; size 
22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; Will 
Gray, editor and publisher. 

MILFORD, Iroquois Co., n- 1,000 pop., 

on C. & E. I. Rd., 87 m. S. of Chicago and 

36 N. of Danville. Manufactories consist of 

wagon factory, tile and brick works, and 

flouring mill. 

HERALD; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1876; Ed. L'Hote & Son, editors and 
publishei's ; circulation L 2 . 

MILLEDGEVILLE, Carroll Co., ^ 

oiX) pop., 15 m. N. by W. of Sterling. Lrarge 

school and flouring mill. 

FREE PRESS ; Thm-sdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x36 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 
1885 ; W. L. and J. P. Hunter, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

MILLINGTON» Kendall Co., tl 300 
pop., on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rd. Flour and woolen mills. It has water 
power and beds of white flint sand, and 
manufactures of poi'celain, crockery and 
glass. The sand found here is an excellent 
material for plate glass. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays ;four pages ; 
size 2Sx44 ; established 1871 ; F. E. Marley, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation L 1 ; printed at 
the office of the Piano News. 

MILTON, Pifce Co., -a 600 pop., 4 m. 

from river. Makes cigars, pottery and tiles. 

BEACON; Fridays; greenback; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1875; F. M. Grimes, editor and publish- 
er ; circulation K 2. 

MINIER. Tazewell Co., n 600 pop., on 

Chicago & Alton Rd., at crossing of Illinois 
Central Rd., 17 m. from Bloomington. Three 
grain elevators, two carriage shops and a 
tile factory. 
NEWS ; Fridays; four pages; size 24x36; 



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subscription §1.50 ; established 1875 ; Crihfield 
Bros., editors and publishers. 

MINONK, Woodford Co., □ 2,200 pop. 
at crossing of Illinois Central with Chicago 
and St. Louis, also Kankakee & Western 
Rds., 30 m. from Bloomington. Flouring 
mills. Coal mines here. 

BLiADE ; Thursdays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $1-50; establislied 1874; J. 
M. Fort, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 ; 
an edition entitled the Argus is issued at 
Benson ; another entitled the Post, at Rut- 
land; another entitled the Herald, at Dana. 

NEWS; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1878; A. R. Warren, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1 ; au edition dated at 
Washburn is also issued. 

MINOOKA, Grundy Co., i 600 pop., 
on the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 
10 m. W. S. W. of Joliet. General merchan- 
dising carried on. 

COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER ; 

(see Lockport.) 

MOKENA, wm Co., cf 850 pop., on 
the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 
10 m. E. of Joliet. Has stores and manufac 
tories. 



ILLINOIS. 



ADVERTISER ; 



COMMERCIAL. 

(see Lockport.) 

M.O'LlN'EyRocJcIsland Co ,V] 12,000 pop., 
on Mississippi r., and Chicago, Rock Island 
& Pacific, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul 
and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rds., 180 
m. from Chicago. Moline is an important 
manufactvu-ing centre, is growing rapidly, 
and has abundant water power, which is 
maintained and used by the Federal Gov- 
ernment. 

EVENING DISPATCH; every 
evening except Sunday, and REVIEW- 
DISPATCH, Fridaj's; republican; daily 
four pages, weeklj' eight pages; size— daily 
24x36, weekly 32x44; subscription— daily .S5, 
w^eekly $2 ; established— daily 1878, weekly 
1868 ; McGlynn & Groom, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation— daily K 2 ; weeklj' J 1. 

REPUBLiICAN ; every evening except 
Saturday, and Sunday morning and WEEK.- 
Lj Y, Fridays ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages ; size— daily 24x36, weekly (size of page) 
17x24; subscription — daily $5.2U, weekly §1.50 ; 
established— daily 1883, weekly 1879 ; Kennedy 
& Co., editors and publishei's ; circulation — 
dailj' K 1, weeklv .J l. 

REVIEW-DISPATCH; (see Evening 
Dispatch.) 

COVENANT; monthly; odd fellowship ; 
thirty-six pages ; subscription $1 ; established 
1886; Anderson & Meese, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

MODERN MILiIjER; monthly; com- 
mercial ; milling trade ; twenty-eight pages ; 
size of. page 11x15 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1878 ; Clifford F. Hall, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation H 2. 

WESTERN PLOWMAN : monthly ; 
agricultural ; twenty pages ; size of page 
10x14; subscription 50c.; established 1882; J. 
W. Warr, editor and publisher ; circ'n E 1. 

MOMENCE, Kankakee Co., d- 1,037 
pop., at intersection of Chicago & Eastern 
Illinois and Indiana, Illinois & Iowa Rds., 50 
m. S. of Chicago. Situated in a rich agri- 
cultural district. Extensively engaged in 
stock-raising and dairying. 
REPORTER? Thursdays; republican; 



j four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1870 ; S. H. Dennis, editor and pub'- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

MONICA, Peoria Co., n 175 pop., on 

the Buda & Rushville Rd.. 31 m. S. by W. of 

Buda, and about 20 m. N. W. of Peoria. 

Large quantities of coal found here. 

BARNUM'S TELEPHONE; (see 
Princeville.) 

MONMOUTH. C. H., Warren Co., <2 
5,012 pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
and Central Iowa Rds., 26 m. from Missis- 
sippi r. Surrounded by a rich agricultural 
district. Engaged in manufacturing agri- 
cultural implements and various other ar- 
ticles. The seat of Monmouth College. 

EVENING GAZETTE ; every evening 

except Sunday, and GAZETTE, Wednes- 
days ; four pages ; size— daily 26x.36, weekly 
28x44 ; subscription— daily .$5 ; weekly S1..50 ; 
estHblished— daily 188:3, weekly 1877; G. G. Mc- 
Cosh, editor and publisher ; circulation— 
j daily .J l, weekly L2. 

i ATLAS ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
; pages ; size 28x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1846; John S. Clark & Son, editors; Mon- 
mouth Printing Co., publishers ; cii-cula- 
tion J 1. 

GAZETTE, (see ^i-cnwig Gazette.) 

REVIEW; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1855 ; A. H. Swain, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

<;OLLEGIAN; semi-monthly ; eight 
pages ; size 22x32 : subscription §1 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; Collegian Joint Stock Co., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation L 2 ; a college 
paper : issued during the collegiate year. 

COLLEGE COURIER; monthly; 
twenty pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1867 ; Courier Joint Stock 
Co., editors and publishers ; circulation L 2 ; 
a college paper ; issued during the collegiate 
year. 

SCHOOL CHRONICLE; monthly; 
educational ; eight pages ; size 11x16 ; sub- 
scription ')() cents ; established 1885 ; M. L. 
Wiley, editor; L. H. Bristol, publisher. 

MONTICELLO, C. H., Piatt Co., u 
1,800 pop., on Sangamon r, and main line of 
Wabash, St. Louis «fe Pacific Rd. and Cham- 
paign & Havana line, about midway be- 
tween Champaign and Decatur. Noted for 
stock-raising and corn -gi'o wing. Has patent 
fence works, machine shops and flour mills. 

BULLETIN; Fridays ; democratic; eight 
pages ; size :30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estal)- 
lished 1876 ; C. N. Walls, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

PIATT CO. HERALD; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages ; size 24x40; subscrip- * 
tion $2 ; established 1874 ; H. D. Peters, editor 
and publisher; cireulatiou J 1. 

PIATT CO. SCHOOL JOURNAL; 

monthly; eiglit pages; size 22x32; subscription 
50cents; established 1SS3; Wm. R. Humphrey, 
editor and pul)lisher. 

MORGAN PARK, Cook Co., cf 250 
pop., on tlio Cliicago, Rock Island & Pacific 
Rd. A military academj' situated here. 

OLD TESTAMENT STl DENT ; 

montlily ; forty pages; size of page 7x10; 
subscription $1.50; established 1882; W. R. 
Harper, Ph. D., editor ; Student Publishing 
Co., publishers: circulation H 1. 

IIEBR-\ICA ; quarterly; educational; 
eightv pages ; size of page 7x11 ; subscription 
$2; established 1884; Wm. R. Harper, Ph. D.. 
editor; American Publication Society of 
Hebrews, publishers ; cii'culation K 2. 



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MORRIS, C. H., Grundy Co., i 4,272 
pop., on Illinois & Michigan Canal and Chi- 
cago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 62 m. from 
Chicago. Depot foi- the shipment of grain, 
cattle, pork, coal, etc. Several factories are 
located here. 

NEWS ; every evening except Sunday, 
and INDEPENDENT, Wednesdays; daily 
four pages, weekly four pages ; size— daily 
22x81, weekly 24x3G; subscription— daily $4, 
weekly $1.25 ; established— daily 1883, weekly 
18T8 ; P. E. Low, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation— <laily K 1, weekly K 2. 

HER A LiD ; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages ; size :35x4S ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1855; Hayes & Fletcher, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1. 
INDEPENDENT; (see A^ws.) 

MORRISON, C. H., Whiteside Co., t] 
1,981+ pop., on Chicago & North-western Rd., 
124 m. from Chicago. Derives its impor- 
tance mainly from the rich agricultural 
and stock-raising country surrounding it. 

WHITESIDE HERALD; Fridays; 
four pages ; size26x4U; established 1S7S; Geo. 
B. Adams, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 2. 

WHITESIDE SENTINEL. ; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1857 ; Charles 
Bent, editor and publisher; circulation J 2. 

MORRISONVILLE, Christian Co., 
n l.ulXt pop., 12 m. from Taylorville, on Wa- 
bash Rd. Considerable general manufac- 
tures. 

TIMES ; Thursdays; eight pages; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1875; 
G. H. Sallee, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

MOUND CITY,C. H., Pulaski Co., g 
2,000 pop., on Ohio r., 7 m. above Cairo, on 
Mound City Rd. Does extensive business 
in lumber and ship-building and various 
manufactures. 

ARGUS- JOURNAL.; (see Cairo.) 
CAIRO UND MOUND CITY AN- 
ZEIGER; (see Cairo.) 

PULASKI PATRIOT ; Saturdays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1871 ; L. M. Bradley, 
editor ; Bradley & Co., publishei-s ; circ'n K 1. 

MOUNT CARMEL, C. H., Wabash 
Co., □. 3,211 pop., on Wabash r., about 24 m. 
below Vincennes, at intersection of 
Cairo, Vincennes & Chicago and Louisville, 
New Albany & St. Louis Air Line Rds. Is 
extensively employed in manufactui'es. 

REGISTER; Thursdays; democratic; 
foiu" pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1839 ; Frank W. Havill, editor and 
publisher ; circulation .J 1 . 

REPUBLICAN ; Fridays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.25 ; established 1878 ; Thomas L. Joy, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

MOUNT CARROLL, C. H., Car- 
roll Co., \2 2,000 pop., 10 m. from Mississippi 
r., on Chicago, Milwaukee <& St. Paul Rd., 
27 m. from Freeport, 130 from Chicago. Sev- 
eral institutions of learning are located 
here. 

CARROLL. CO. HERALD; Fridays; 
eight pages : size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1876; Frazer & Feezer, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 1 . 

CARROLL CO. MIRROR; Fridays ; 



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republican ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1861 ; Wm. D. Hughes, 
editor and publisher: circulation K 2. 

OREAD : quarterly ; twenty-eight pages ; 
size of page 9x12 ; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
lishedl871 ; F. A. W. Shimer and Adelia C. Joy, 
editors and publishers ; circulation I 1 ; a 
school paper ; issued during the school year. 

MOUNT MORRIS, Ogle Co., 6 1,100 
pop., 100 m. W. of Cliicago, on Chicago & 
Iowa Rd. In rich farming country and 
community. 

GOSPEL MESSENGER; Tuesdays; 
German ; baptist ; sixteen pages ; size 28x42 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1864 ; James 
Quinter. editor ; Brethren's Publishing Co., 
publishers ; circulation F 1 ; issues also a 
monthlj- supplement ; dated at Mount Morris 
and Huntingdon, Pa. 

OGLE CO. DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1877 ; John Sharer, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

SCHOOL AND HOME; monthly ; four 
pages ; size 13x21 ; subscription 25 cents ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; J. G. Roj-er. editor ; J. G. Royer 
& Son, publishers; a school paper; circu- 
lation L 2 . 

OGLE CO. MEDICAL QUARTER- 
LY; naedical: thirty pages; octavo; sub- 
scription 50 cents : established 1883 ; W. T. 
Speaker, M.D., editor; Ogle County Med- 
ical Association, publishers. 

MOUNT OLIVE, Macoupin Co., c 

l,r300 pop., on the Wabash, St. Louis & 

Pacific Rd. A coal mining town. 

HERALD; Saturdays; eight pages ; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1880; 
M. S. Clyde, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

MOUNT PULASKI, Logan Co., n 
1,800 pop., onthe Springfield branch of the 
Illinois Central Rd., and Peoria, Decatur 
& Evansville Rd. Lincoln is the nearest 
town of importance. Engaged principally 
in produce and stock raising. 

REPUBLICAN; Saturdays : republican; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; established 1884 ; 
Thos. H. Smedlej-, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

TIMES-CITIZEN ; Thursdays ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1875 ; Otto G. Bekemeyer, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

MOUNT STERLING, C. H., Brown 
Co., -o 1,515 pop., on Wabash, St. Louis & Pa- 
cific Rd., 75 ra. from Springfield and 39 from 
Quincy. Flouring mills and bank here. 
Agriculture extensively carried on in vi- 
cinity. 

BROW^N CO. DEMOCRAT; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1848 ; H. K. 
Davis, editor and publisher ; cumulation J 1. 

BROWN CO. GAZETTE; Fridays; 
republican : eight pages ; size 30x44 ; sub- 
scription $1.50: established 1880; West- 
brook & Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion K 1. 

ILLINOIS MESSAGE; Satur 
daj's ; democratic ; eight pages ; size of page 
30x44; subscription $1.50; established 1872; 
Mart Brooks, editor ; S. T. Ranney, publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

MOUNT VERNON, C.H., Jefferson 
Co., f? 2,700 pop., on St. Louis & Southeast- 
ern Rd., 76 m. from St. Louis. Has steam 
flour mills, woolen and saw mills and rail- 
road machine shops. 
NEWS; Thui-sdays ; democratic ; four 



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pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1865 ; H. H. Simmons, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

REGISTER; Wednesdays; four pages; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1884 ; Morris Emmerson, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

MOWEAQUA, Shelby Co., u 1,200 

pop., on Illinois Central Rd., 16 m. S. of 

Decatur. Farming and stoclc-raising are the 

principal industries. 

MAIL; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription S1.50; estab- 
lislied 1882 ; J. W. Crane, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

MURPHYSBORO, C. H., Jackson 

Co., □ 2,196+ pop., on Big Muddy r., 15 m. E. of 
Mississippi r., on Cairo & St. Louis & St. 
Louis Coal Tower & Carbondale Rds.; ex- 
tensive coal mines; fruit-growing and farm- 
ing section ; about 8 m. from Carbondale. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays ; democratic; 
four pages : size 24x36 ; subscription $1.00 ; es- 
tablished 1873 ; John W. Grear, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

JACKSON CO. ERA; Fridays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
.$1.50 ; established 1873 ; W. H. Hull, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

NAPERVILLE, Du Page Co., ^ 2,500 
pop., on Du Page r. and Chicago, Burlington 
& Quincy Rd., 30 m. from Chicago. A first- 
class agricultural country ; an excellent lo- 
calitj' for manufactories. 

CliARION; Wednesdays; eight pages; 
size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1863 ; 
D. B. Givler, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L2. 

NASHVILLE, C. H., Washington Co., 

9 2,987 pop., on Louisville & Nashville 

Rd., 120 m. from Springfield, 10 from Illinois 

Central Rd., 50 from St. Louis. SuiTounded 

by a fertile prairie. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages ; size of page 26x40 ; subscription 
^1.50 ; established 1849 ; Jas. J. Anderson, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

IlililNOIS VOL.KSBL.ATT ; Fri- 
days ; German ; republican ; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription .§1.50 ; established 1876 ; 
Emil Schmidt, editor and publisher ; cii'cula- 
tion K 1 ; issues also the Journal. 

JOURNAL ; Fridays; republican; eight 

F)ages; size ;^x44 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
ished 1862; Emll Schmidt, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1 ; Issues also the Illinois 
Volhshlatf. 

NAUVOO, Hancock Co., -a 1,500 pop., 

on Jlississippi r., at head of lower rapids, 

and about 12 m. above Keokuk and 8 m. 

below Fort Madison. Engaged in grape 

culture and general agriculture. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays; four pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription .$2 ; established 1873; 
Baumert & Argast, editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 1. 

NEOGA, Cumberland Co., n- 647 pop., 
12 m. from Mattoon, at the crossing of the 
Illinois Central and Toledo, Cincinnati and 
St. Louis Rds., half way between Cairo and 
Chicago. Principal business hay pressing 
and shipping of live stock, furnishing em 
jiluyment to over one hundred men. 
NEW* : Saturdays ; republican ; eight 



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pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1876; T. R. Hancock, editor and pub- 
lisher ; cii'culation L 2 . 

NEW BOSTON, Mercer Co., v, 875 
pop., on the Mississippi r., at the terminus 
of the Galva branch of the Chicago, Burling- 
ton & Quincy Rd., 20 m. S. of Muscatine, 
Iowa. A commercial centre. 

VEDETTE; Thursdays; foiu* pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription $1..50 ; established 1885 ; 
Will B. Farver, editor and publisher. 

NEWMAN, Douglas Co., a- 1,200 pop. 
Centre of agricultural and stock-raising 
region. On the line of Indiana, Blooming- 
ton & Western Rds. Considerable wheat 
raised in vicinity. 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays; republi- 
can; eight pages ; size :30x44 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1874 ; C. V. Walls, editor ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

NEWTON, C. H., Jasper Co., O^ 2,200 
pop., on the Embarras r., and Peoria, Deca- 
tur & Evansville, and Indiana & Illinois 
Southern Rds., about 20 m. N. of Ohio and 
Mississippi Rd., at Olney, and 20 S. of St. 
Louis, Vandalia & Terre Haute Rd. Has 
large roller mills, tile and woolen factories. 

MENTOR; Wednesdaj's; republican; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subsci'iption $1 ; es- 
tablished 1883 : Davis & Brewer, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1. ^;W" Actual aver- 
age circulation for one year preceding Dec. 
16, 1885, as per statement on file at the office of 
the American Newspaper Directory, 1,087 
copies. 

PRESS ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1864 ; Frank L. Shup, editor ; Shup & 
Stuart, publishers ; circulation K 1. 

NEW WINDSOR, Mercer Co.,\^ 

650 pop., on the Chicago, Burlington & 

Quincy Rd. Large numbers of cattle raised 

in this section. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; prohibition; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 18S5 ; Wm. M. Repine, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

NOKOMIS, Montgomery Co., n l,062t 
pop., on Indianapolis & St. Louis Rd., 16 m. 
N. E. of Hillsboro and 81 from St. Louis. 
An agricultural region. The centre of a 
large trade. 

DER CENTRAL ILLINOIS 
DELTSCII-Ai>lERIKANER; Wednes 
davs ; German ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1880; J. W. Wilde, 
editor; E. M. Hulbert, publisher; circula- 
tion K 2 ; issues also the Free Prfss-Gazette. 

FREE PRESS-GAZETTE; Fridays; 
eight pages ; size 26x10 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1863; Hulbert & Wilde, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 1 ; issue also 
Der Central Illinois Deutsch-Anierikaner. 

NORMAL, McLean Co., o 2,900 pop., 
at junction of Chicago & Alton and Illinois 
Central Rds., 2 m. from Bloomington. Small 
fruit-growing extensively carried on. Lo- 
cation of Illinois State Normal University 
and Soldiers' Orphans Home. 

ILLINOIS SCHOOL JOURNAL; 

monthly; educational; thirty-eight pages; size 
of page 7x11 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1881 ; John W. Cook and R. R. Reeder, editors 
and publishers ; circulation I 2 . 



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NUNDA, McHenry Co., b 600 pop., 
4:! m. from Chicago. Engaged in merchau- 
dizing. 

HERALiD ; Fridays; twelve pages; size 
of page lox;.;^; subscription 75 cents; estab- 
lished 1880; I. M. Mallory. editor and pub- 
Jisliei' ; circuhitlou K i. 

OAKLAND, Coles Co., o 1,600 pop., 

on Illinois Midland and Toledo, Cincinnati 

and St. Louis Rds.,40 m. W. of Terre Haute, 

Ind. Farming and stock-raising region. 

LEDGER; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1879 ; J. S. Yeargin & Son, editors and 
publishers; circulation J 2. 

ODIN, Marion Co., ^ 900 pop., 65 m. 
from St. Louis, in a fruit district. 

JOURNAL 5 Thursdays; four pages; 
size 22x30 ; established 1884 ; R. P. Cole, editor 
and publislier ; circulation L 2 . 

CUPID'S MESSENGER; monthly; 
eight pages ; size 22xo2 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1885 ; Donaldson & Co., editors and 
publishers; circulation K 1. 

OliNEY, C. H., Richland Co., □, 4,100 
pop., on Ohio& jVIississippi, Peoria, Decatur 
& Evansville and Danville, Olney & Ohio 
River Rds., 31 m. from Vincennes, Ind., 117 
from St. Louis. An important shipping 
point and trade centre. Extensively en- 
gaged in various manufactures. 

ADVOCATE; Wednesdays; republican; 
<3ight pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; 
established 1884; Wharf & Allison, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 1. 

REPUBLICAN : Wednesdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1847; T. A. Fritchey & Co., 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

TIMES ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1865 ; W. F. Beck, editor and publisher ; 
circulation J 1. 

H'SA.'EiG A., Iroquois Co.,L> l,061t pop., 
on Illinois Central Rd., 85 m. from Chicago, 
in an agricultural district. 

CENTRAL ILLINOIS REVIEW ; 

Saturdays ; independent ; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1873 ; 
E. W. Warren, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1 ; an edition entitled the Inquirer is 
issued at Buckley. 

LEADER; Thursdays; four pages; size 
17x24; subscription $1.50; established 1885; 
E. S. Gilbert, editor and publisher. 

ONEIDA, Knox Co., -n919t pop., 55 m. 
E. of Burlington, on C, B. & Quincy Rd. 

' Surrounded by an agricultural and stock- 
raising country. 
NEWS; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 

22x32 ; subscription $ 1 ; established 1882 ; 

Thomas B. Phillips, editor and publisher; 

■circulation L 2 . 

OQUAWKA, C. H., Henderson Co.,^ 
891t pop., on Mississippi r. and Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Rd.. 132 m. N. W. of 
Springfield. Surrounded by an agricultural 
country. 

HENDERSON CO. JOURNAL; 

Thursdavs; republican; four pages; size 
24x35 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1878 ; 
E. A. Hail, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

SPECTATOR; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1848 ; Harry N. Patterson, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 



ORANGEVILIiE, Stephenson Co., \^ 
450 pop., on Richland Creek; butter manu- 
facturing and merchandizing is carried on. 

ALERT; Wednesdays; eight pages ; size 
of page 11x16; subscription $1; established 
1883 ; W. H. McCall, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

OREGON, C.H., Ogle Co., ^ 2,000 pop., 
oh Rock r. and Chicago & Iowa Rd., 18 m. 
from Dixon, 85 from Chicago,on the Chicago, 
Burlington & Northern Rd., running from 
Oregon to St. Paul, Minn. Engaged in man- 
ufacturing, farming and grain raising. A 
summer resort, on the Chicago, Burlington 
& Quincy Rd. 

INDEPENDENT ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1866 ; Wagoner & Johnston, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

OGLE CO. REPORTER; Wednes 
days ; republican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1851 ; T. O. John- 
ston, editor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

ORION, Henrtj Co., tl 750 pop., on 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, and Rock 

Island & Peoria Rds., 20 m. S. E. of Rock 

Island. Centre of a fine farming district. 

TIMES ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription $2 ; established 1877 ; W. A. 
Bolles, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

OTTAWA, C. H., La Salle Co., t\ 10,000 
pop., on Illinois r., at mouth of Foxr., on 
Illinois & Michigan Canal, and Chicago, 
Rock Island & Pacific Rd., and on Fox r. 
branch of Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rd., 84 m. from Chicago. The fall in the 
river at this point furnishes abundance of 
water power, which is employed in various 
manufactores. Glass bottles, lamp chim- 
neys, flint, fire bricks, drain tile, pottery, 
tile roofing and window glass are produced 
in large quantities. Large quantities of 
grain are shipped from this point. Located 
in the centre of an extensive coal region. 

JOURNAL ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; daily 
four pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 
22x30, weekly 30x44 ; subscription— daily $5 ; 
weekly $1.50 ; established— daily 1880, weekly 
1883 ; J. Frank Kendig, editor and publisher ; 
circulation— daily L2, weekly Jl. 

TIMES ; everv evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays; four pages; size 
—daily 22x30, weekly 24x36; subscription- 
daily $5, weekly $1 ; established— daily 1877, 
w-eekly 1879 ; E. A. Nattinger, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation— daily L 2 , weekly J 1. 

LA SALLE CO. HEROLD ; semi 
weekly ; Tuesdays and Fridays ; German ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1880; C. Zwanzig, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

CENTRAL ILLINOIS WOCHEN- 
BLATT; Fridays; German; eight pages ; 
size 31x44; subscription $2; established 1868; 
J. J. Witte, editor and publisher ; circ'n J 1. 

FREE TRADER; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages; size 30x44; subscription' 
$2; established 1840; Wm. Osman, editor; 
William Osman & Sons, publishers ; circ'n J 1. 

GLOBE; Thursdays; eight pages; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1883; 
R. C. Stevens, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 2. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1852 : Cullen & Sapp, editors and 
publishers ; circ'n J 1. 



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C Li A Y ; monthly ; commercial ; twenty- 
eight pages ; size of page lUxU; subscription 
$1 ; established 1884 ; Osman Bros., editors 
and publishers : circulation H 1. 

PALATINE, Cook Co., cf 731t pop., 

(population of township 2,000), 26 m. from 
Chicago, on Chicago & Northwestern Rd. 
(Wis. Div.) Surrounded bj' a very fine agri- 
cultural district. Flour, feed, planing and 
flax mills are located here. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; independ- 
ent ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription 
$1.25; established 1870; W. G. Alden, editor 
and publisher; circulation Kl; an edition 
entitled the Herald is issued at Barrington. 

PALESTINE, Crawford Co., [^ 1,000 
pop., 7 m. E. of Robinson, about 2 m. W. of 
the Wabash r., and 35 m. S. by W. of Terre 
Haute, Ind. School, woolen mills, plow 
factories, &c., here. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 20x26; subscription SI; established 1885; 
John Newton Griffin, editor; J. N. Griffin and 
E. R. Alexander, publishers. 

PANA, Christian Co., □ 4,000 pop., on 
Illinois Central, at intersection of Indian- 
apolis, St. Louis and Springfield branch of 
the O. & M. Rds., giving it three prominent 
roads reaching across the State in various 
directions ; 95 m. from St. Louis and 42 from 
Springfield. The coal mines ship a daily 
average of 500 tons of coal, besides coaling 
engines on the Indianapolis & St. Louis Rd. 

E V E N 1 N G ENTERPR ISE : every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEK.LjY, 
Fridays ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages ; size— daily 20x26. weekly 26x40 ; .sub- 
scription— daily $5, weekly SI. 50; established 
— daily 1885, weekly 1883 ; John T. Leonard & 
Co., editors and publishers ; circulation — 
weekly K 1. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays ; republican; eight 
pages; size 26x40; subscription SI. 50; estab- 
lished 1865 ; R. M. Carr, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

PALiLiADIUM; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription Sl-50 ; es- 
tablished 1869; Jacob Swallow, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

PARIS, C. H., Edgar Co., O 5,000 pop., 
on Indianapolis & St. Louis, Illinois Mid- 
land, and the Cairo, Vincennes & Chicago 
Rds., 19 m. from Terre Haute. Engaged in 
manufacturing ; railroad and trade centre. 

BEACON; Fridays j republican ; eight 
pages : size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1848 ; Geo. F. Howard, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 2; issues also the An- 
chor and Shield. 

GAZETTE; Wednesdays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription §1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1873; L. A. G. Shoaff & Co., editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

REPUBLICAN: Fridays; republican; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1864; J. M. Sheets, editor and 
pulilisher ; circulation Iv 2. 

TI3IES ; weekly; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages ; size 3(1x44 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1874; Wittick Bros., editors 
and publisliers ; circulation J 1. 

ANCHOR AND SHIELD ; monthly; 
ancient order of united workmen ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1880 ; George F. Howard, editor and 
publisher; circulation 4 2; Issues also the 
Beacon. 

PATOKA, Marion Co., tp 750 pop., 
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Centralia and Vandalia. A thriving, well- 
settled farming countrj'. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays ; eight pages; 
size :^tx44 ; subscription SI. 50 ; established 
1881 ; J. N. Kerr, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation L 2 ; issues also the Centralia Sentinel. 

PAW PAW, Lee Co., b 1,400 pop., on 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and Joliet, 

Rockford & Northern Rds. General country 

mercantile business in lumber, gi-ain and 

coal. 

LiEE CO. TIMES ; Fridays ; eight pages ; 
size 30x44; subscription $1.50; established 
1878 ; Ezra G. Cass, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 2 ; an edition entitled the Record 
is issued at Compton. 

PAXTON, C. H., Ford Co., a- 2,000 
pop., on Chicago division of Illinois Central 
and Lake Erie & Western Rds., 103 m. from 
Chicago and 25 from Champaign. In an 
agricultural county. 

EASTERN ILLINOIS REGIS- 
TER; Wednesdays ; independent ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
Hshed 1875 ; J. C. Dunham, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation Kl; an edition entitled 
the Register is issued at Loda. 

RECORD; Thursdays; eight pages; size 
30x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1865 ; N. E. 
Stevens, editor; N. E. Stevens & Son, pub- 
lishers ; circulation J 1 ; an edition entitled 
the Times is issued at Loda. 

PAYSON, Adams Co., -n 550 pop., l.> 

m. S. E. of Quincy. Manufacturing of farm 

implements carried on extensively. 

ADAMS CO. NEWS AND CEN- 
TRAL RECORDER : Wednesdays ; four 

pages ; size 24x06 : sul)scriptiou 75 cents ; es- 
tablished 1875 ; W. D. Perry & Co.. editors and 
publishers. 

PECATONICA, Winnebago Co., i 
1,400 pop., on C. & N. W. Rd., 14 in. from 
Rockford, 107 from Chicago. A fine agricul- 
tural district and stock market. 

NEWS; Saturdaj's; republican; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1872; Nate L. Colby, editor and pub- 
lisher ; cii'culation K 1. 

P E Kl N , C. H., Tazewell Co., a 7,500 
pop., on Illinois r., 10 m. below Peoi'ia, on 
the Wabash, I., B. & W., Chicago, St. Louis 
& Western, P., D. & E. and Peoria & Pekin. 
Union Rds. Steamboats connect ^vith vari- 
ous points on Illinois and Mississippi rs. 
New wagon bridge just completed and city 
lighted by electric light. Has a large manu- 
facturing, grain and pork-packing busi 
ness, and adjoins very considerable coa! 
beds. 

EVENING POST ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and REPUBLICAN Thurs- 
days; republican; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages ; size— daily 24x34, weekly 30x44 ; 
subscription— weekly .$2; established— daily 
1885, weekly 1830; G. R. Wagenseller & Co., 
editors and publishers; eirc'n— weekly J 2. 

TIMES ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays; democratic; 
four page-s ; size— daily 24x36, weeklj- 32x49 ; 
subscription— daily $6, weekly $2; establishe<i 
—dally 1881, weekly 1840; B. C. Allen.sworth, 
editor ; Times Publisliing Co., publishers ; cir- 
culation— dailv K 2, weekly 1 1. 

PERINER FREIEPRESSE; Thurs 
days ; German ; independent ; eight pages ; 
size 21x44; subscription $2; established 1876; 



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Fieie Presse Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circnlation J 1. 
REPl'BIilCAN ; {aee Evening Post). 

PEORIA, C. H., Peoria Co., a 49,000 
pop., on Illinois r., at the outlet of Peoria 
Lake. The river is navigable for steam- 
boats for sixty miles above this point. 
Thirteen railroads connect with the 
principal sections in all directions. Sur- 
rounded bj' coal mines, and one of the most 
extensive grain-growing sections of the 
State. It connects with Chicago by means 
of the Michigan Canal, and with St. Louis 
by the Illinois River. Its central position 
makes it one of the most important manu- 
factm-ing and commercial points in the 
State. 

DEMOKRAT ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; Ger- 
man; democratic; four pages; size— daily 
26x40, weekly 28x44; subscription— daily $6.50, 
weekly $2 ; established 1859 ; B. Cremer, edi- 
tor; B. Cremer Sc Bros., publishers; circula- 
tion— tlailv .J 1, weekly H 1. 

EVENING REVIEW; every evening 
except Sundav ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $:5 ; established 1869 ; W. T. Dow- 
<lall, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2 ; is- 
sues also the National Democrat. 

FREEMAN; every evening except Sun- 
day, and AVEEKLiY, Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 22x40, weekl> 26x40 ; subscription 
—daily $6, weekly $5; established— daily 1879, 
weekly 1879; J. A. Monger, editor; Fi-eemau 
Company, publishers ; circulation— daily K 2, 
weeklv L2. 

JOURNAL ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and SUNDAY JOURNAL, Sun- 
days ; four pages ; size 26x44 ; subscription- 
daily $6.50, Sunday $1 ; established 1877 ; E. F. 
Baldwin, editor ; Journal Co., publishers ; cir- 
culation—daily G 1, Sunday HI. , 

NATIONAL DEMOCRAT ; every 
morning except Monday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size- 
daily 26x40, weeklv 30x44 ; subscription— daily 
^5.20, weekly $1 ; established 1865 ; W. T. Dow- 
dall. editor and publisher ; circulation— daily 
H 1, weekly H 2 ; issues also the Evening Re- 
view. 

SONNE; everv evening except Sunday, 
SONNTAGS-GLOCKE, Sundays, and 
DIE SONNE, Thursdays; German; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size— daily and weekly 
26x40, Sunday 26x40; subscription— daily $7, 
weekly $1.75, Sunday $1.50; established— daily 
and weekly 1879, Sunday 1880 ; L. Ph. Wolf, 
editor and publisher; circulation— daily J 1, 
Sundav K 2, weekly J 2. 

TRANSCRIPT; every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; eight pages ; size of page— daily 
16x21, weekly 18x24 ; subscription— daily $5.20, 
weekly $1.50; established 1855: Transcript 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation— dailv H 2, weekly H 2. 

DIE SONNE; {>^ee Sonne. ^ 

FARM AND WORKSHOP; weekly; 
agricultural ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1S75 ; Farm and 
Workshop Association, editors and publish- 
ers; circulation X. 

SATURDAYEVENINGCALL; Sat 
urdays ; eight pages ; size of page 18x28 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1877; Henderson & 
Smith, editors and publishers; circulation 
G 1. 

SONNTAGS-GLOCKE; (see Sonne.) 

SONNTAGS - POST : Sundays; eight 
pages ; size 17x24 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lislied 1885 ; Brus & Mesterschmidt, editors and 
publishers. 
SUNDAY JOURNAL; (see Journal.) 

MEDICAL MONTHLY; medical; 
one hundred and four pages octavo ; subscrip- 



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tion $2; established 1880; Thos. M. Mcllvaine, 
M. D.. editor and publisher; circulation I 1 . 
REAL ESTATE INDEX; monthly; 
four pages ; size 18x24; subscription 25 cents ; 
established 1885 ; I. N. Kirkpatrick, editor and 
publisher; a real estate advertising sheet. 

PEOTONE, mil Co., cf 1,000 pop., 41 
m. S. of Chicago, on Illinois Central Rd. A 
shipping point for grain. Fine farming 
country ; considerable manufacturing car- 
ried on. 

EAGLE; Saturdays; four pages: size 
1.3x26: subscription $1; established 1879; E. 
Kerrell, editor ; Jas. Barnhart. publisher, 

PERRY, J^iV.-e Co., -a 810 pop., on 

Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 6 m. from 

Griggsville. Has caiTiage factories. 

TRANSCRIPT; Fridays ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1880 ; Shaw & Wilkius, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2 . 

PERU, -?^« Salle Co., ti 5,057 pop., on 
Illinois r., at mouth of Illinois & Michigan 
Canal and Chicago & Rock Island Rd., 100 
m. fi-om Chicago. Coal is found in abun- 
dance here and mining is carried on ex- 
tensively. The county is populated by an 
enterprising and progressive people, among 
whom considerable trade is cai'ried on. 

EXPRESS; (see La Salle.) 

TWIN - CITY NEWS - HERALD | 

Wednesdays ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1859 ; H. S. Corwin, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

PETERSBURG, C. H., Menard Co., 

a 2,333 pop., on Sangamon r., and Chicago 
& Alton and Springfield, branch of Wabash, 
St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 20 m. N. W. of 
Springfield ; location of springs of medi- 
cinal value. The trading point for 30 square 
miles. 

DEMOCRAT; Saturdaj^s ; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1860 ; Wilkinson & Onstott. editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

HERALD; Fridays; four pages; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 1881 ; T. S. 
Knoles, editor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 
OBSERVER; Saturday^; republican; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1876 ; W. R. Parks, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

VOICE OF LABOR; Mondays ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; E. R. Wiley, editor and publisher. 

PINCKNEYVILIiE, C. H., Perry 

Co., g 1,060 pop., on. Beaucoup Creek, and St. 
Louis, Belleville & Southern Illinois Rd., 10 
m. from DuQuoin, 61 from St. Louis and 
at the intersection of the Chester & Tama- 
roa Rd. ; terminus of St. Louis Coal Rd. 
Carriage, plougli and lumber manufac- 
tories. Coal mines have been opened near 
this place. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1878 ; J. J. Penny, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

PfiRRY CO. MONITOR AND SUN; 
Fridavs ; eight pages ; size 26x4U ; subscription 
$1.50 ;'established 1880; John W. Wells, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1. 

PIPER CITY, Ford Co., O 500 pop., 
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from Chicago, 76 E. of Peoria. A shipping 
point for grain. 

PAN.HA\DL.E ADVOCATE; Fri 

days ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; established 
1883; H. P, Beach, editor and publisher ; cii'- 
culation K 1. 

PITTSFIELD, C. H., Pike Co., ^ 2,500 
pop., on bi'anch of Hannibal division of 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., about 11 
m. from Illinois r. and 30 from Jackson- 
ville. Centre of trade of a wealthj', pros- 
perous and enterprising county, and en- 
gaged in manufactures. 

DE3IOCRATIC HERALD; Wednes 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1881; H. E. 
Hanna, editor and publisher; circ'n .J 1. 

OLiD FLiAG ; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages; size ;30x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1863; Turner Bros., editors and 
publishers: circulation K 1. 

PIKE CO. DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size:30x42 : subscrip- 
tion §2 ; established 1858 ; J. M. Bush, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 2. 

PLAINFIELD, Will Co., r^ 900 pop., 
on Dupage r., 8 m. from Joliet and 30 from 
Chicago. Has milling and dairy interests. 

COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISER; 

(see Lockport. ) 

PLANO, Kendall Co., \^ 2,000 pop., on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincj' Rd., 52 m. W. 
of Chicago. Large steel works are located 
here. 

KENDALL CO. NEWS ; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 2sx44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1872 ; Frank E. Marley, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1 ; an edi- 
tion entitled the Enterprise is issued at 
Millington. 

MIRROR; Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription §150; 
established 1864 ; I. E. Bennett, editor ; J. R. 
Marshall, publisher ; circulation L 2 ; an edi- 
tion of the Yorkville Kendall Co. Record. 

PIVOT; Saturdays; eight pages; size 
31x44; subscription $1.50; established 1885; 
C. W. Bailey, editor; City Publishing Co. 
publishers. 

PliYMOUTH, Hancock Co., -n 593t 
pop., on C, B*& Q. Rd., 40 m. from Qulncy 
and 221 from Chicago ; in centre of a rich 
agricultural county ; has an active trade. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription .$1.50; established 
1883; John M. Dunsworth, Jr., editor and 
publisher • circulation K 1. 

POLO, Offle Co., f^ 2.000pop., on Illinois 
Central Rd.. 23 m. S. of Freeport and 12 N. of 
Dixon, at the junction of the Illinois Cen- 
tral and the Chicago Burlington & North- 
ern Rds. The manufacture of machineiy 
for harvesting and buggies is a prominent 
industry. 

CLIPPER : semi-weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays; independent; four pages ; 
size 22x;^; subscription $1.50; establislied 
1880 ; G. W. Hawks, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

OGLE CO. PRESS; Saturdays ; eight 
pages; size 3(1x44 ; subscription $2; establish- 
ed 1857 ; John W. Clinton, editor and publish- 
er; circulation K 2. 

PONTIAC, C. II., Livingston Co., n 
2,242t pop,, on Little Vermillion r., and cross- 



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ing of Chicago & Alton, Kankakee, Pontiac- 
& Western and Paducah division of Wa- 
bash, St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 91 m.S. W. of 
Chicago. Centre of one of the largest corn 
and hog districts iu the West. Coal is mined 
in this vicinity in abundance. Location of 
Illinois State Reform School. 

FREE TRADER AND OBSERVER; 

Fritlays ; democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 : 
subscription $2 ; established 1870 ; Johnson 
& Renoe. editors and publishers ; circ'n J 2. 

GAZETTE ; Thursdays ; independent -^ 
eight pages ; size 30x44 : subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1883 ; C. M. Cyrus, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

SENTINEL; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 estab- 
lished 1857 ; Lowry & Clark, editors and pub- 
lishers : circulation J 2. 

PORT 'BY'RO'S , P^och Island Co., ti 
1,030 pop, at junction of Mississippi r. and 
CWcago, Mil. & St. Paul Rd., IS m. from Rock 
Island City. Produces lime, lumb.er and 
live stock. 

GLOBE; Fridays ; four pages ; size^ 
26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1880 ; 
DeWitt Owen, editor and publisher ; circula- 
lation K 2 

PRAIRIE CITY, McBonough Co.^ 
-a 944H pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quln- 
cy Rd., 23 m. S. by K of Galesburg, 70 from 
Quincy, in the midst of a ricii tract of agri- 
cultural country. Some manufacturing 
carried on. 

HERALD ; Saturdays; four pages; size 

22x30; subscription $1.50; established 1883;. 

Charles Keith, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

PRINCETON, C. H., Bureau Co., ^ 

4,000 pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rd., 105 m. from Chicago, iu a fertile dis- 
trict, having an active trade. Some manu- 
facturing done here. Superior coal found 
iu abundance. 
BUREAU CO. NEWS ; Tuesdays 



four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription 



.75; es- 



tablished 1881 ; Radcliff & Smith, editors and 
publishers ; cii'culation K 1. 
BUREAU CO. REPUBLICAN; 

Thursdays ; republican ; eight pages ; size 
30x44 ; subscription $2.10 ; established 1858 ;. 
Bailey & Bascom, editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation H 1. 

BUREAU CO. TRIBUNE; Fridays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1872 ; E. K. Mercer, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

PRINCEVIIiEE, Peorm Co., n 509t 
pop., on Rock Island & Peoi'ia Rd., 20 lu. 
from Peoria. Country trade centre, with 
good schools and churches. 

BARNUM'S TELEPHONE; Thurs 

days; four pages; size 26x40; sui)scription 
$1.50; established 1877; Joseph S. Barnum, 
editor and publisher; circulation L 2 ; editions 
are issued at Alta, Dunlap and Monica. 

PROPHETSTOWN, Whiteside 

Co., D 1,709 pop., on Rock r., about midway 

between Dixon and Rock Island. Various 

manufactories and a national bank at this 

place. 

SPIKE; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1871 ; A. D. Hill, editor and publisher 
circulation L 2. 



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PULLMAN, Cook Co.,^z( 7,000 pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., 13 m. from Chicago. 
The Pullman car shops are located here. 

SUBURBAN ENTERPllISE; (see 
Kensington.) 

QUINCY, C. H., Adams Co., -a 35,000 
pop., on Mississippi r., 150 m. above St. 
Louis, at terminus of eight important rail- 
roads and two steamboat lines. The cen- 
tering point of a thickly populated agri- 
cultural district and on a direct line to the 
great "West. E)igaged in river trade. Con- 
siderable manufacturing carried on. 

GERMANIA; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays ; Ger- 
man ; independent ; four pages ; size — daily 
24x36, weekly 28x44 ; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $2 ; established 1874 ; John J. Pin- 
gel, editor ; Germanla Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation — daily 
J 1. weekly 1 1. 

HERAIjD; every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEK. Li Y, Fridays ; democratic; 
daily— four pages, weekly eight pages ; size- 
daily 26x40, weekly 30x44 ; subscription— daily 
$6, weekly $1.00; established— daily 1849, 
weekly 1835; Weaver & Halstead, editors and 
publishers; circulation— daily J 2, weekly H 1. 

JOURNAL; every evening except Sun- 
day ; four pages ; size 23x44 ; subscription 
$5.20; established 1883; Journal Publishing 
Co., editoi's and publishers ; circulation 1 1. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
four pages ; size 26x44 ; subscription $6 ; estab- 
lished 18T6 ; Quiiicy News Co., editors and pub- 
lishers : circulation J 1 . 

QUINCYER TEUTONIA ; every 
morning except Mondav ; German ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1885; Teutonia Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers. 

WHIO; every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages; size 29x42; subscription — dailv 
$8, weekly $1 ; established— daily 1850, weekly 
1838 ; Daniel Wilcox & Sons, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circ'n— dailv I 1 , weeklv H 1. 

COMMERCIAL REVIEW; (see Saf 
urday Rcvleiv.) 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x36 : subscription $1 ; established 1878 ; 
H. H. Rickmeyer, editor ; H. H. Rickmeyer 
& Co., publishers; circulation J 1. 
, FAR3IERS' CALL; Thursdays ; agri- 
cultural ; eight pages; size of page 11x17; 
subscription 50 cents ; established 1883 ; J. M. 
Stahl & Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion F 2. 

SATURDAY REVIEW; Saturdays; 
four pages; size 30x44; subscription $110; 
established 1872 ; Addison L. Langdon, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 1 ; a railroad edi- 
tion entitled the Commercial Review, size 
22X.32, is issued on Fridavs. 

SUNDAY OPTIC; Sundays; eight 
pages ; size 31x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1885; O. G. Waggoner & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

WESTERN CATHOLIC PRESS ; 
Saturdays : catholic ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1884 ; H. P. 
Hutton, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

MANUFACTURERS' EXCHANGE; 
monthly ; commercial ; four pages ; size 22x30; 
subsci-iption $1 ; established 1880; A. E. Rotert, 
editor and jmblisher ; circulation J i . 

WESTERN AGRICULTURIST; 
monthly; live stock; fortv pages; size of 
page 9x12 ; subscription $1.00 ; established 1869 ; 
T. Butterworth, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation G 2. 

MEDICAL CALIj ; bi-monthly ; med- 
ical ; twenty-two pages ; octavo ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; estalilished 1882 ; O. H. Cran- 
dall, editor and publisher. 

RAMSEY, Fayette Co., g SOO pop., at 
junction of Illinois Central and Toledo, 



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Cincinnati & St. Louis Rds., 70 m. from St. 

Louis, Mo. A good farming country. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription .$1.50 ; 
established 1881 ; F. M. Bolt, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

RANKIN, Vermillion Co., -d 300 pop., 
on the Lake Erie & Western Rd., 10 m. from 
Paxlon and 56 m. from Lafayette. Cream- 
ery and tile works. 

NEWS ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; Millard F. 
CuUey, editor and publisher ; circulation L 1 . 

RANTOUL, Champaign Co., D- 967 

pop., 114 m. S. of Chicago, at crossing of I. C. 

and Havana, Rantoul & Eastei'u Rds. Has 

machine shop, round house, flax mills, 

tile manufactory, elevator, creamery, etc. 

PRESS; Saturdays; eight pages; size 
of page 15x22 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1874 ; O. L. Downey, editor and. publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

RARITAN, Henderson Co., -a 224 
pop., 11 m. from Roseville. In an agricul- 
tural section. 

REPORTER; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 22x30 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1884 ; 
Edward O. Barnes, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2. 

RAYMOND, Montgomery Co., D 1,000 
pop., on Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd. 
Surrounded by good soil, containing coal 
deposits; adapted to grain and fruit rais- 
ing and garden produce. A flourishing 
trade centre. 

INDEPENDENT; Thursdays ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1881 ; Joseph W. Potts, editor ; M. G. 
Sisson, publisher ; circulation K 1. 

RED BUD, Randolph Co., p l,338t 
pop., on St. Louis & Cairo Rd., 36 m. from St. 
Louis. Agricultural and stock-raising dis- 
trict. 
TORPEDO; Wednesdays; democratic; 

four pages; size 24x.35 ; subscx'iption $1.50; 

established 1877; C. D. Wassell, editor and 

publisher ; circulation K 1. 

RICHMOND, McHenry Co., ^ 464t 

pop., on the Rd. from Elgin to Geneva, Wis., 

10 m. S. of Geneva and 16 from Woodstock ; 

grain shipping, poultry and stock. 

GAZETTE ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1876 ; John E. Nethercut, editor and publisher 
circulation K 1. 

RIVERDALE, Cook Co., cf 500 pop., 

on the Chicago & Alton Rd., 4 m. S. of Car- 

rolton. 

SUBURBAN ENTERPRISE ; (see 
Kensington.) 

RIVER FOREST, Cook Co., cf 500 

pop., near Desplaius r., on Northwestern 

and Wisconsin Central Rds., 9 m. from 

Chicago. 

STATE GRANGE NEWS ; semi- 
monthly ; patrons of husbandry ; eight pages ; 
size 26x40 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 
1877 ; J M. Chambers, editor ; State Grange, 
publishers ; circulation J 1 . 

ROBINSON, C. H., Crawford Co., ^. 
1,867 pop., about 12 m. from Wabash r., and 



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40 from Terre Haute, Ind., on Cairo, Vin- 
ceunes & Chicago, and Indiana & Illinois 
Southern Rds. A corn and wheat-growing 
and wool-producing countj'. 

ARGUS; Wednesdays; republican; eight 
pages; size 26x40; subscription §1.50; estab- 
lished 1863; George W. Harper, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2. "i^^ Actunl aver- 
age circulation for one year preceding Nov. 
25, 1885, as per .'statement on file at the office of 
the American Newspaper Directory, 975 
copies. 

CONSTITUTION; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
SI. 50: established 1864; J. H. Fulton, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

ROCHELLE, Ogle Co., b 2,000 pop., 
at junction of Chicago & Iowa and Galena 
division of Chicago & Northwestern Rds. 
Centre of a thriving trade. A number of 
important manufacturing enterprises are 
carried on. 

REGISTER; semi-weekly; Wednesdays 
and Saturdaj's ; republican ; eight pages ; size 
30x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 186:3 ; El- 
bridge L. Otis, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation .J 1. 

HERALD ; Thursdays ; eight pages ; size 
.3.5x48; subscription $1.50; established 1881; G. 
W. Morris & Son, editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

ROCK FALLS, Whiteside Co., Yd 1,800 
pop., on Rock r., and on Chicago, Burling- 
ton and Quincy Rd. The principal industry 
is the manufacturing of wagons and agri- 
cultural implements. 

N E W S ; Saturdays : republican ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription S1.50 : estab- 
lished 1883; Wm. Parker & Co., editoi's and 
publishers ; circulation K 1. 

ROCKFORD,C. H., Winnebago Co., ^ 
l'J,5tX) pop., on Rock r., on the Galena divi- 
sion of the Chicago & Northwestern, Chi- 
cago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and branch of C, 
B. & Q. Rd., 92 m. from Chicago. It has 
abundant water power, and is extensively 
engaged in manufacturing agricultural im- 
plements and various articles. 

GAZETTE ; every evening except Sun- 
day, SEMI-WEEK UY, Wednesdays and 

Saturdays, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; 
republican ; daily and semi-weekly four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 26x40, 
semi-weekly 24x36, weekly 4(Jx52 ; subscrip- 
tion — daily §6, semi-weekly $1.50, weekly 
SI. 50; established— daily 1879, semi-weeklv 
1878, weekly 1866; Abraham E. Smith, editor 
and publisher; circulation— daily J 1, semi- 
weekly .1 2, weekly J 2. 

REiRT.**TElt : every evening except Sun- 
day, SK31 l-WEKKLY, Tuesdays and Fri- 
<lays, and WEEK L Y, Fridays ; repuVjlican ; 
dally and semi-weekly four pages, "weekly 
eight pages; size— daily 26x40, semi-weekly 
and weekly (size of page) 2(J.x26 ; subscrip- 
tion— flaily. $6, semi-weekly and weekly ,$1.50 ; 
established — daily 1873, semi-weekly 1884, 
weekly 1840; Miller. Botsford & Co., editors 
and publishers ; circulation— daily J 2, semi- 
weeklv 1.2, weekly .1 2. 

ALLEIIANDA ; Saturdays; Swedish; 
four pages; size "24x36; subscription .$1.50; 
established 1884 : C. Ebbesen, editor ami pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 

GERMAN! A; Sundays; German; four 
l)ages; size 24,xo6; subscription $l.r)0; estab- 
lished 1885: John J. Pingcl, editor and i)ul) 

GOLDEN CENSER ; Saturdays; un- 
i=ectarian ; eight pages ; size 29.x42 ; subscrip- 



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tion SI. 25 ; established 1868 ; O. R. Brouse, edi- 
tor ; Golden Censer Co., publishers ; does not 
insert advertisements. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1866; D. Miller & Co., editors and 
publishers : circulation .T 1 . 

MONITOR; Thursdays ; prohibition ; 
eight pages; size 26x40; established 1885; 
Prohibition Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

CHRISTIAN GLEANER; monthly! 
undenominational; eight pages; siz^' 29x41; 
subscription 25 cents ; established 1884 ; Rev. 
E. E. Fowler, editor and publisher : circula- 
tion G 2 ; dated at Rockford, 111., and Clar- 
inda, Iowa. 

ROCK ISLAND, C. H., Rock Island 
Co., zi 11,660 pop., on Mississippi r., opposite 
Davenport, la., with which it is connected 
by a bridge. The Chicago, Rock Island & 
Pacific, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Patil, 
Rock Island & St. Louis, Rock Island & 
Peoria, Chicago, Burlington & Quinc.y (St. 
Louis division) and Rock Island & Mercer 
County Rds. all terminate here, except the 
first two named. Adjoining the city is 
Rock Island proper, on which is situated 
the United States Armory and Arsenal. 
Extensively engaged in manufactures, coal 
mining and river trade. 

ARGUS; ever.v evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays ; democratic ; 
daily four, weekly eight pages; size— dail.v 
25x4<), weekly 34x48; subscription— daily S6, 
weekly $2; established 1851; J. W. Potter, 
editor and publisher ; circulation — daily K 2, 
weekly .7 1 ; issuesalso the Freeport Bu/7etin. 

UNION; every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays; republican; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages , size- 
daily 26x40, weekly :34x48; subscription- 
daily $7, weekly $2 ; established 1862 ; Union 
Printing Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation — daily J 1, weekly J 2. 

VOLKS-ZEITUNG; semi-weekly,Wed- 
nesdays and Saturdays ; German ; indepen- 
dent-democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; sul>- 
scription SS ; established 1875 ; F. Protar, edi- 
tor and publisher : circulation J !. 

AIGIJSTANA OCH 3IISSION- 
AREN; Wedue.sdays; Swedish; lutheran ; 
sixteen pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription 
$1.50; establLshed 1855; I. N. Hasselguist, edi- 
tor; Augustana'Book Concern, publishers; 
circ'n G 1 ; issues also the Ungdoms Vannen. 

ROCK ISLANDER; Saturda.ys ; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 28x45 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1854 ; J. B. Danforth, editor 
and pulilisher; circulation I 1 . 

WESTERN RAILKOADER ; Fri 
da.ys ; eight pages; size 22x32: subscription 
$1.'25; established 1885; J. B. Bledsoe, editor 
and pul)lisher; devoted to the interests of 
railwa.y emplo.vees ; issues also the Railroad 
Brakemen's Journal. 

KAILKOAD BRAKEMEN'S 
.lOl'RNAIi: monthly: si.xt.vfour pages 
octavo : suliscription SI ; established 1884; J. 
P. Bledsoe and Eil. F. O'Shea, editors and pub- 
lishers ; ciiculation H 1 ; devoted to the in- 
terests of railway employees ; issue also the 
Wcufern Rn il render. 

VrSii I) O .U S - V A N N E N ; monthly ; 
Skaiidinavian ; lort.y j)agfs ; sizeof page 8x11 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1879; Rev. C. A. 
Svensson. editor; Auiiustana Book Concern, 
l)ublishers ; circulation H 1 ; issues also the 
Angxsttina Och Mis'fionaren. 

'ROC'KTO'S .Winnebago Co.,^ 950 pop., 
on S. W. div. C, M. & St. P. Rd., 4 m. S. of 
Beloit, Wis.,and 12 N. of Rockford, 111. Has 
three new paper mills, two flour mills, a 
reaper manufactorj' and machine shops. 



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ILLINOIS. 



HERALD; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 2(5x40 : sul>scriptiou $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 18T5 ; E. I. Carr, editor and publisher ; 
■circulation K 1. 

ROODHOUSE, Greeyie Co., -a 2,300 
pop., terminus of passenger and freight 
traffic, on Jacksonville division of Chicago 
& Alton Rd., 21 ni. from Jacksonville. 

EVENING EYE; every evening except 
Sunday, and EYE, Thursdays; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 20x26, 
iveeklv 30x44 ; subscription— daily $7, weekly 
Sl.W ; established 18S2 ; W. T. Mclver and J. P, 
Drennan, Jr., editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion—daily L2, weeklj- K i. 

EYE; {see Erening Et/i'.) 

GREENE CO. UNION : Thursdays ; 
four pages; size 26x40: subscription .81.50; 
established 1883 ; J. H. & J. W. Faith, editors 
and publishers; circulation L2. 

JOURNAL; (see White Hall.) 

ROSELAND, Cook Co., a' 772 pop., on 

tile Illinois Central Rd., aljout 14 ni. S. of 
Chicago. 

SUBURBAN ENTERPRISE ; (see 
Kensington.) 

ROSEVILL.E, mirren Co., a 700 
pop., on the Rockford. Rock Island & St. 
Louis Rd., about 15 m. S. of 3Ionmouth. 
Coal is mined here. 

TI3IES ; Fridays : eight pages; size 31x44; 
sul)seription S1.50; established 1876; C. A. 
HebV)ard, editor and publisher. 

ROSSVILLE, Vermilion Co., d- 1,160 
pop., on C. & E. I. Rd., 20 m. from Danville. 
Fanning and grain centre ; also stock mar- 
ket. 

PRESS; Thursdays ; non-partisan ; 
-eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1879 ; C. A. Stuck, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

RUSHVILLE,C. H., Schuyler Co., -u 
2.000 pop., terminus of Rushville branch of 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 226 m. 
from Chicago and 9 from Illinois r. En- 
gaged in manufacturing to some extent. 
Centre of a large grain and fruit-growing 
region. 

SCHUYLER CITIZEN; Thursdays; 
republican ; eight pages ; size 25x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.75; established 1856; W. I. Larash, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

TIMES ; Thursdays ; democratic ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1855 ; Edwin Dyson, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 

RUTLAND, La Salle Co., b 900 pop., 
on Illinois Central Rd. Has a coal mine. 
An agricultural region. 

POST ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1874 ; C. W. 
Blandin, editor ; circulation L 2 ; issued from 
The office of the Miuonk Blade. 

ST. ANNE, Kankakee Co., o 700 pop. 
population of township 1,500), on the cross- 
ing of the Chicago & Eastern Illinois and 
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chica- 
go Rds. Chief industry is agriculture and 
stock-raising. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays ; eight pages; 
.size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1884 ; Edw. C. Delliboe, editor and publisher ; 
■circulation L 2 . 



ST. CHARLES, Kane Co., i 2,200 
pop., on Fox r., and on Northwestern Rd. 
Has file works, grist mills, paper mill, 
cheese and numerous other factories. 

VALLEY CHRONICLE; Fridays; 
republican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; established 1881 ; Samuel W. 
Durant, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

ST. ELMO, Fayette Co., g 300 pop., on 
the St. Louis, Vandalia & Terre Haute 
Rd., 14 m. E. by W. of Vandalia. Coal is 
found in the vicinity. 

TIMES; Fridays; eight pages; size 26x40; 
established 1S85; C. F. Coleman, editor and 
publisher. 

SALEM, C. H., Marion Co., g l,327t 
pop., on Ohio & Mississippi Rd., 16 m. N. E. 
of Centralia and 69 from St. Louis. Mill- 
ing, coal mining, fruit shipping and evap- 
orating are the principal industries. 

HERALD- ADVOCATE; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 18.52; Merritt & Pyles, 
editors and publishers ; cii-culation K 1. 

MARION CO. REPUB LICAN; 
Thursdays ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1879 ; Miller & Wibel, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

SANDOVAL, Marion Co., g 1,000 
pop., at junction of Ohio & Mississippi 
and Illinois Central Rds., 60 m. from 
St. Louis. Coal mining is the principal 
indtistry; some manufacturing carried on. 

ERA ; semi-weekly : Tuesdays and Fri- 
days; four pages; size 22x30; subscription 
$1.25 ; established 1884 ; H. M. Sargent, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

SANDWICH, De Kalh Co., b 2,800 

pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 

57 m. S. W. of Chicago. 

ARGUS ; Saturdays ; independent ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1878 ; M. B. Castle & Son, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1. 

FREE PRESS; Wednesdays ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1873; Barnes & Douglas, editors and 
publishers; circulation K 2. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; republican; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1864 ; G. H. Robertson, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

SAVANNA, Carroll Co., V] 2,300 pop., 
on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and pro 
posed extension of Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Rds., 10 m. from Mt. Carroll. Lies 
on the Mississippi r., and is an excellent 
shipping point. 

CARROLL CO. JOURNAL: Fridays; 

size of page 1.5x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1S85 ; S. Greenleaf & Son, editors aud 
publishers. 

TIMES ; Fridays ; republican; eight pages ; 
size 35x48 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1875 ; 
J. B. Parkinson, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 2. 

SAYBROOK, McLean Co.,U 900 pop., 
on the L. E. & W. Rd., 26 m. E. of Bloom- 
ington. General mercantile business ; grist 
and sawmills, etc. 
GAZETTE; Saturdays; eight pages; 

size 30x44 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 

1875 ; John A. Mace, editor and publisher ; 

circulation L 2 . 



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SENECA, La Salle Co., \^ 950 pop., on 
111. & Michigan Canal, and on C.,R. I. & P. and 
Seneca Rds. Its large grain trade, coal 
mines and tile factories are the chief fea- 
tures. 

RECORD; Fridays; independent; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription §1 ; estab- 
lished 1878; T. J. Harsley, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

SHABBONA, De Kalb Co., t] 1,399 
pop., 68 ni. from Chicago, at junction 
Rock Falls Branch of Chicago, Bui-lington 
Sc Quincy and Illinois, Chicago & Iowa 
Rds. An agricultural region. 

EXPRES!^ ; Fridays; republican; four 

f)ages ; size 24x35 ; subscription §1 ; estab- 
ished 1876 ; W. H. Ray, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

SHANNON, Carroll Co., ^ 713t pop., 

14 m. from Freeport. On Chicago & Pacific 

and Racine & Southwestern divisions of 

the C, M. & St. Paul Rds., and 116 m. W. of 

Chicago. A general merchandizing town. 

EXPRE8J^ ; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages; size 26x4(V, subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1864 ; Roy E. Patton, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

SHAWNEETOWN, C. H., Gallatin 

Co., m, 1,851+ pop., on Ohio r., 9 m. from 

mouth of Wabash. Terminus of Louisville 

& Nashville and Springfield branch Ohio 

& Mississippi Rds. It has a steamboat 

landing, and is a shipping point for a 

farming and mining region. Engaged in 

manufacturing, milling and pork packing. 

SHAWNEE NEWS; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion Sl."25 ; established 1873 ; L. F. Tromly, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SHELBY VILLE, C. H., Shelby Co., n 
3,23S pop., on Kaskaskia r. and the Indian- 
apolis & St. Louis Rd., 79 m. from Terre 
Haute, 109 fi-om St. Louis. Surrounded by 
an agricultural district. Also extensively 
engaged in manufacturing. 

DE3IOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size :30x44 ; subscription Sl-50 ; 
established 1874 ; Waggoner & Cusaac, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

SHELBY CO. LEADER; Thursdays 
democratic ; four pages ; size 2Sx44 ; subscrip- 
tion .SI. .50; established 1861; W. A. Trower, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

UNION; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages; size .30x44; subscription $1-50; estab- 
lished 1863 ; H. L. Martin, editor and publish- 
er ; circulation K 1. 

Ol R BEST WORDS; biweekly; 
unitarian; ten pages; size of page 9x12; 
subscription 75 cents; established 1880; J. L. 
Douthit, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 2. 

SHELDON, Iroquois Co., n- 947t pop., 

on Toledo, Peoria & Western Rd., and 

Kankakee Short Line Rd.. 87 m. S. of 

Chicago, and 109 W. of Peoria. Engaged 

in farming and stock raising. A flat 

county. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; neutral; eight 
pages; size .30x44; sub.scription .$1.50; estab- 
lished 1879; J. R. Fox, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

SHERIDAN, La Salle Co., b 442 pop., 
on Fox r. branch of Chicago, Burlington & 



ILLINOIS. 



Quincy Rd., 16 m. from Ottawa. Farming- 
implements manufactured. 

INDEPENDENT: Fridays; independ- 
ent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription §1 ; 
established 1871 ; R. F. Addis, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SIDNEY, Champaign Co.,n- 500 pop.,. 

on Wabash Rd., and situated in one of the 

most fertile sections of the State. 

DERRICK; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 11x16; suljscription $1-25; T. D. Jerauld^ 
editor an(l publisher. 

SOMONAUK, Be Kalb Co., t\ 900 pop. ,, 
on the C, B. & Q. Rd., 2:3 m. E. of Men- 
dota, 24 W. of Am-ora and 60 W. of Chicago. 
Cheese making and construction of wind- 
mills the chief industries. 

REVEILLE: Fridavs; eight pages; size 
26x40; subscription S1.50 ; established 1875; 
S. D. Newton, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion L2. 

SOUTH CHICAGO, Cook Co., cT 
15,000 pop., on Calumet r. and twelve differ- 
ent lines of railroad. Has a fine harbor and 
extensive rolling and nail mills, forge and' 
pipe manufactories and machine shops. 

CALI'lIET; every evening except Sun- 
day ; independent ; four pages ; size 22x:30 ; 
subscription $5 ; established 1882 ; A. W. 
Fierstine, editor; Calumet Publishing Co., 
publishers : circulation K 2. 

ADVOCATE; Saturdays; four paeres ; 
size 22x31 ; subscription $1-50 ; established 
1884 ; Fleischer & Son, editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 2. 

LA B O r R E R ; Sundays ; four pages ; 
size 22x3(J; subscription .$2; established 1885 ; 
T. Laramie, editor and publisher. 

SPARLAND, Marshall Co., U 375 
pop., on Peoria branch of Chicago, Rock 
Island & Pacific Rd., 26 m. N. of Peoria, 
134 m. from Chicago. Business— Coal min- 
ing and distilling. 

CHRONICLE; Thursdays; republican:, 
eight pages ; size 26x44 ; subscription §2 ; 
established 1868: S. M. Tesmer, editor; Chron- 
icle Publishing Co., publishers; circulation 
K 1 ; printed at the office of the Lacon Home 
Journal. 

SPARTA, Randolph Co., pi,754tpop., 
about 20 m. from Chester, and 50 from St. 
Louis, on the line of Cairo & St. Louis Nar- 
row Gauge Rd. Ranks as the fl.nest winter 
wheat district in America, 

P L A I N D E ALER; Fridays ; republi- 
can ; four pages : size 26x40 ; sub.scription 
S1.50 ; esramished 1865; Campbell & Bro., 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

SPRINGFIELD, C.H., S'anfiTfmon Co.,. 
D State capital, 35,000 pop., near Sangamon 
r. The Chicago & Alton Rd. intersects the 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific at this point. 
Nine railroads centre here, including the 
Springfield & Northwestern, Oilman & 
Clinton branch of Illinois Central, Spring- 
field, Jerseyville & St. Louis and Ohio & 
Misssislppi Rds. A rich and populous 
agricultural and grain-raising district- 
Coal is found in abundance In the vicin- 
ity. Engaged in manufactures and in land 
commerce. 
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every morning except Monday, and WEER- 
L Yi^ Thursdays ; republican ; eight pages ; 
size of page 15x21 ; subscription— daily $8, 
weekly $1.25 ; established— daily 1848, weekly 
1831 ; J. C. Buchanan and A. F. Phillips, edi- 
tors ; Springfield Journal Company, pub- 
lishers ; circulation— daily I 1 , weekly I 1. 

IL.LINOTS STATE REGISTER; 
every morning except Monday, and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays ; democratic ; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 26x40, 
weeklj- (size of page) 20x26; subscription- 
daily $7.80, weekly $1.50; established— daily 
1848, weekly 1835 ; Smith, Clendenin & Rees, 
editors and publishers ; circulation— daily 
1 1 , weekly H 2. 

MORNING MONITOR; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and S A N G A ]>I O N 
MONITOR, Thursdays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size— daily 24x39, weekly 26x40 ; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $2 ; estab- 
lished—daily 1877, weekly 1873 ; T. W. S. Kidd, 
editor and publisher: circulation— daily J 2 , 
weekly 1 1. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $5 ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; A. Gurney editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

II.L.INOIS FREIE PRESSE; 
Saturdays ; German ; democratic ; four pages; 
size 28x44; subscription $2; established 1872; 
Fred. Gehring, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation J 1. 

ODD FELLOWS' REVIEW ; Tues 
days ; odd - fellowship ; eight pages : size 
22x30 ; subscription $2 ; established 1884 ; A. D. 
Sanders, editor and publisher ; does not in- 
sert advertisements. 

SANGA3ION MONITOR : (see Moni- 
tor.) 

SATURDAY MIRROR; Saturdays; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1883; J. Bergen Jf)nes, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

STAATS WOCHENBLATT; Wed 
nesdays ; German ; eight pages ; size 34x46 ; 
subscription .§2; established 1878; H Schlauge, 
editor and publisher: circulation J 2. 

OLD SETTLERS' TELEPHONE; 

monthly ; eight pages ; size 26x38 ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 18s2 ; W. F. Aitken, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1 ; a por- 
tion of the paper is devoted to educational 
matters and is entitled the Teachers' Tele- 
phone. 

SPRING VALLEY, Kane Co. ^ 

on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rd. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; eight pages ; size 
of patre 20x26; subscription $2; established 
1885 ; Henry Parkinson, editor and publisher. 

STAUNTON, Macoupin Co., a 3,000 
pop., on St. Louis & Chicago branch of 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 36 m. 
from St. Louis, Mo. Large coal mines in 
vicinitj', 

TIMES; Fridays; four pages : size 26x40; 
subscription $1.50; established 1879 ; Fred. L. 
Blome, editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

STERLING, Whiteside Co., ^ 8,000 
pop., on Rock r., Chicago, Burlington & 
Qulncy, and Chicago & Northwestern Rds., 
110 m. from Chicago. Has good water 
power, running machinery employing 1,000 
hands. Surrounded by a fine agricultural 
district. 

EVENING GAZETTE ; every evening 
except Sunday, and GAZETTE, Satur- 
days ; republican ; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages ; size— daily 24x36, weekly (size of 
page) 18x25 ; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
$2 ; established— daily 18S2, weekly 1854 ; Ster- 
ling Gazette Co., editors and publishers : cir- 
culation—daily J 1 . weekly I 2 . lJ2g~ Actual 
average circulation for one year preceding 



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Dec. 31, 1885, as per statement on file at the 
office of the American Netrspaper Directory — 
daily 1,209, weekly 2,701 copies. Issue also th© 
Undertakers' Oazette. 

BEOBACHTER; Fridays ; German ; 
four pages ; size 28x40 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablisJied 1878; L. Oltmanns, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 . 

BLADE; Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1881 ; A. J. Booth, eaitor and publish- 
er ; circulation L2. 

GAZETTE: (see Evening Gazette.) 

STANDARD; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages; size 30x44; suViscription $1.50; 
established 1868 ; Alfred Bayliss, editor ; New- 
comer & Bayliss, publishers ; circulation K 2. 

UNDERTAKERS' GAZETTE: 
monthly ; commercial ; eight pages ; size of 
page 14x20; subscription 50 cents; established 
1883; Sterling Gazette Co., publishers; circu- 
tlon J 2; issue also the Evening Gazette. 

STREATOR, La Salle Co., b 13,00a 
pop., on Vermillion r. at junction of Chi- 
cago branch of Chicago & St. Louis, the 
Western division of the Chicago & Alton» 
and the Fox river branch of the Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy and the Ind., 111. & 
Iowa Rds. ; business centre ; large glass 
and bottle works ; 16 m. S. of Ottawa. Sur- 
rounded by the Vermilion coal fields. 

FREE PRESS ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays ; repub- 
lican ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages ;. 
size— daily 22x30, weekly 30x44 ; subscription 
—daily $4, weeklv $1.50; established— daily 
1880, weekly 1873 ; Van Skiver & Fornof , edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation — daily K 2, 
weeklv K 1. 

MONITOR; every evening except Sun- 
day, SUN DAY MONITOR, Sundays, and; 
WEEKLY, Fridays; republican; daily 
four pages, weekly and Simday eight pages ; 
size— daily 22x30, weekly and Sunday 30x44;. 
subscription— daily $4, weekly $1.50, Sunday 
75 cents ; established— daily 1882, weekly 1869, 
Sunday 1«85 ; W. W. Bean, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation— daily K 1, weekly K 2. 

TIMES; every evening except Sundajv 
SUNDAY 3IORNING TIMES, Sun- 
days, and WEEKLY, Fridays: democrat- 
ic ; daily and Sunday foiu- pages, weekly 
eight pages ; size— daily 22x30, Sunday 22x35, 
weekly, size of page 18x24; subscription- 
daily $5, Sunday and weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished—daily and Sunday 1685, weekly 1&82; 
W. J. Hvnes, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion— weeklv K 2. 

INDEPENDENT; Stmdays: four pages; 
size 26x34; subscription $1.50; established 1885 ; 
Dr. David Le Roy, editor, Fred Le Roy, pvib- 
lisber. 

SUNDAY MONITOR; (see 31onitor.) 

SUNDAY MORNING TIMES; (see 
Times.) 

VOLKSBLATT UND BEOBACH- 
TER ; Thursdays ; German ; four pages ; 
size 28x42 ; subscription $2 ; established 1884 ; 
Wm. Ackerman, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

SULLIVAN, C. H., Moultrie Co. D 
1,500 pop., 24 m. from Decatui-, on Peoria, 
Decatur & Evansville, and Altamont divi- 
sion of Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 15> 
m. from Mattoon. Rich agricultural region. 
Grain and stock raising the principal 
branches of industry. 



NEW 



Thursdays ; republican ; eight 



pages; size 31x45; sub.scription $1.50;estab- 
lislied 1884 ; J. H. Dunscomb, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circidation K 2. 

PROGRESS; Thursdays; democratic ;- 
six pages ; size of page 18x24 ; subscription. 
$2; established 1857; W. J. Mize & Co., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation J 1. 



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SUMNER, Lawi-ence Co., 0, 1,350 pop., 

on O. & M. Rd., 20 m. W. of Vincennes, Ind. 

Grain and stock-raising are the principal 

brandies of industrj'. Extensive flour mills 

are located here. 

PRESS ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription SI. 25 ; estab- 
lished 1875 ; Will R. Carlton, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

SYCAMORE, C. H., DeKalb Co., ^ 
3,200 pop., surrounded by an agricultural 
district ; on Chicago & Northwestern and 
Northern Illinois Rds. Engaged in manu- 
factures. 

TRUE REPUBLICAN; semi weekly, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription §2 ; 
established 1857; H.L.Boise & Co., editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

CITY WEEKIiY; Tuesdays; republi- 
can ; eight pages : size :30x44 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1872 ; Hix & Van Galder, 
editors and publishers ; circulation J 1. 
C^" Actual average circulation for one year 
preceding Nov. 26, 1885, as per statement on 
file at the office of the American Newspaper 
Directory, 1,306 copies. 

TAMPICO, TFhiteside Co., b 464 

pop., on the Prophetsto«Ti Branch of C, B. 

& Q. Rd. The centre of a fine agricultural 

■ country and a shipping point for grain and 

live stock. 

TORNADO; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 24x.36 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1876; Charles F. Gifford, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

TAYLORVIIiLE, C. H., Christian 
Co., a 3,000 pop., at crossing of Wabash, St. 
liouis & Pacific and Ohio & Mississippi 
Hds., 25 m. from Springfleld and 83 from St. 
iLouis. In an agricultural disti'ict. Coal 
found in the vicinity. Engaged in manu- 
factures. 

DEMOCRAT; Thur.sdays; democratic; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1868 ; J. F. Harner & Son, editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

ILLINOIS REPUBLICAN; Wednes 
■days ; republican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $2; established 1864; John J. 
Squier, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2 ; 
the Saturday Republican; four pages; size 
22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1876; cir- 
culation L 1 : is issued on Saturdays. 

JOURNAL} Thursdays ; reoublican ; 
eight pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; 
established 1875; W. H. Kelly, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2. 

SATURDAY REPUBLICAN; (see 
Illinois Republican.) 

TOLEDO, C. H., Cumberland Co., □- 
422 pop., in centre of county, on Peoria, De- 
catur & Evansville Rd., 134 m. S. E. of 
Springfield, and near the line of Illinois 
Central Rd. Principal products are wheat, 
corn and lumber, live stock, etc. 

CU3IBERLAND DEMOCRAT; 

Wednesdays; democratic; lour pages ; size 
26x4^1; sub.scription $1.50; established 1859; 
R. & L. Sumerlin. _pditors and publishers ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

EXPRESS: Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
24x36; subscription $1.25; established 1884; 
Purtill & Martin, editors and publishers; cir- 
culation L 2. 

TOLONO, Champaign Co.,D- 954 pop., 
on Illinois Central & Wabash, St. Louis & 



ILLINOIS. 



Paciflc Rds., said to be the largest grain- 
shipping point in Central Illinois ; drain- 
tile manufacturing extensively carried on. 
Centre of the greatest natural gas region in 
the West. 

HERALD; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages; size 34x48; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1875; E. B. Chapin, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

TONICA, Lfi Salle Co., [^ 600 pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., 9 m. S. of La Salle. 
Various manufactories and one of the best 
graded schools are situated here. 

NEWS; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1873 ; J. W. Richardson, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 ; an edition entitled 
the Localis issued at Lostant. 

TOUIiON, C. H., Staric Co., D 967t 
pop., on Rock Island Sc Peoria Rd., 37 m. 
from Peoria. In an enterprising and 
thrifty farming district. 

STARK CO. NEWS; Thursdays; re- 
ptiblican; eight pages; .size 35x48; subscrip- 
tion $1..50; established 1860; Edwin Butler, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

STARK CO. SENTINEL; Thursdays; 
independent ; eight pages ; size 30x.34 ; sub- 
scription S2 ; established 1830 ; Gus. Hulsizer, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

TRENTON, Clinton Co., g 1,200 pop., 

on Ohio & Mississippi Rd., 30 m. from St. 

Louis. Surrounded by an agricultural and 

coal counti\v. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays ; eight pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1882 ; 
Henry Manverse & Co., editors and publish- 
ers; circulation K 2. 

TROY, Madison Co., jH 1,000 pop., 8 m. 
from Edwards ville, on St. L., Van. & T. H. 
Rd. Surrounded by an agricultural coun- 
try. 

RECORD; Fridays; four pages; size 
20x26 ; established 1885; James N. Jarvis, editor 
and publisher. 

TURNER, Dti Page Co., d 1,900 pop., 
on Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 30 m. from 
Chicago. Rolling mills and railroad shops. 

DU PAGE CO. fXDEPENDENT ; 

Thursdays ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscrip- 
tion $1..5l) ; established 1884 ; A. L. Hamilton, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

NEWS; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $2; established 1870; H. C. Pad- 
dock, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 ; 
printed at the office of the Wheaton Illinoian. 

TUSCOLA, C. H., Douglas Co., u- 1,600 
pop., on Illinois Central and Indianapolis, 
Decatur and Springfleld Rds., 150 m. from 
Chicago. In a farming district. 

DOUGLAS CO. REVIEW; Fri 

davs ; tlemocratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1,511; established 1875; Asa Miller, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

REPTBMCAN; Saturdays; four 
pai;es : size 2(i.v4(): subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1S85: Harry Johnson, editor; Chapman 
Bros., ))ublisliers. 

SATURDAY JOURNAL; Saturdays; 
republican; eight pages; size :i0x44; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1865; G. M. Glassco, edi- 
tor and publisiicr ; circulation K 2. 

DOUGLAS CO. TEACHER; monthly; 
educational : four imges; size 16x"2ii; subscrip- 
tion .50 cents: established 1885; T. C. Clen- 
denen & Bro., editors and publishers. 



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UPPER ALTON, Madison Co., p 
1,535 pop., 1 in. from C. & A. and C, B. & Q. 
Rd., and 2\ m. from Alton. Has a roof tile 
factory. Has also a college and institute. 

COLLEGE REVIEW; monthly; 
eighteen pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 1879 ; Students of 
Shurtleff College, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 1 ; a college paper; issued during 
the collegiate j'ear. 

URBANA, C. H., Champaign Co., O 
2,943 pop., on Indiana, Bloomington & West- 
ern and Havana extension of the Wa- 
bash, -^t. Louis & Pacific Rd., 92 m. from 
Springfield and IJ from Champaign. A 
place of active trade. Surrounded by an 
agricultural and mineral district. 

CHAMPAIGN CO. HERALD; Wed- 
nesdays ; republican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1877 ; M. W. 
Mathews and L. A. McLean, editors ; M. W. 
Mathews, publisher ; circulation 1 1 . 

JSTICA,^ La Salle Co., ^ 780 pop., on Rd. 

94 m. S. W. from Chicago. Manufacturing 

town. 

BLADE; Saturdays; independent; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; C. M. Hale, editor and publisher. 

VANDALIA, C. H., Fayette Co., g 
2,500 pop., on Kaskaskia r. and Illinois Cen- 
tral Rd., at intersection of St. Louis, Van- 
dalia, Terre Haute & Indianapolis Rd., 106 
m. from Bloomington, and 77 from St. Louis. 
A shipping point and trade centre for a 
large agricultural section; has paper and 
brick m.achine manufactories. 

FAYETTE CO. DEMOCRAT; Wed- 
nesdays ; democratic ; four pages; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1859 ; Chas. 
G. Smith & Son, publishers ; circulation K 1. 

UNION; Wednesdays republican ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1864 ; Humphrey & Richards, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

VERMONT, Fulton Co.,^ l,133t pop., 

on St. Louis & Rock Island division of the 
Chicago, Bui-lington &, Quincy Rd., 16 m. S. 
W. of Lewistown. Engaged largely in agri- 
culture. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays; fom- pages; 
size 30x44; subscription $1.50; established 1881 ; 
E. P. and George L. Durell, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 2. 

VERSAILLES, Brown Co., ^ 600 
pop., on Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 50 
m. E. of Quincy. A grain and stock-ship- 
ping point. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays ; eight pages; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1883 ; George I. Fields, editor ; Versailles Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; circulation L 2. 

VIENNA, C. H., Johnson Co., g 900 
pop., 190 m. from Springfield, about 34 from 
Cairo, on Cairo, Vincennes & Chicago Rd 
Has an extensive trade in live stock, grain, 
hay, fruit and lumber. 

JOHNSON CO. JOURNAL: Fridays ; 
independent ; f oiu* pages ; size 24x35 ; sub- 
scription $1.50 : established 1874 ; Milton A. 
Smith, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

TIMES ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 



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lished 1879 ; Morton & Ballance, editors and 
publishers; circulation L2. 

VIRDEN, Macoupin Co., n 2,000 pop.,. 
on Cliicago & Alton and Jacksonville South- 
eastern Rds., 17 m. from Carlinville and 22 
from Springfield. Centre of a thriving trade. 
Extensively engaged in coal mining, tile 
manufacturing and the shipping of grain. 

RECORD; Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; 
established 1866 ; W. F. Thompson, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

REPORTER; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1879; Geo. 
H. Sewall, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

VIRGINIA, C. H., Cass Co., -a 1,700- 
pop., at intersection of Pekin branch of 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd. with Ohio 
& Mississippi Rd. In centre of county, and 
in a fine agricultural district. 

ENQUIRER; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size 34x48 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1875 ; J. M. Beatty, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

GAZETTE; Fridays: republican ; eight 
pages ; size :30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1872 ; Charles M. Tinney, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

WALNUT, -S?irm?t Co.,'^ 515tpop., on 

M. & C. br. of C, B. & Q. Rd. A thriving 

place ; in a grain and stock section, 

MOTOR: Fridays: independent; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.00 ; estab- 
lished 1876 ; William Wilson, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 1 . 

WARREN, Jo. Daviess Co., ^ 1,400 
pop., at junction of Mineral Point division of 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and North- 
ern division of Illinois Central Rds., 26 m. 
from Galena, 25 W. of Freeport and 151 W. 
of Chicago. Manufactui-ing, lead mining, 
stock-raising and agriculture are carried 
on. Tobacco growing is becoming a lead- 
ing industry. 

SENTINEL; Thursdays; republican;. 

four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; es 
tablished 1857 ; Herst C. Gann, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

WARSAW, Hancock Co., -n 3,111 pop., 

on Mississippi r., 200 m. N. of St. Louis at 
terminus of Toledo, Peoria, & Western 
Rd. Large river steamboats run to this 
point. Engaged in shipping haj- and other 
produce ; the cooperage industry gives em- 
ployment to several hundred men. Large 
woolen mills and two fli-st-class merchant 
flour mills, the Grace and Eagle mills. 

BULLETIN ; Fridays; republican; four 

pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1865 ; Phil. Dallam, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

WASHBURN, Woodford Co., a 500 
pop., on western division of Chicago & Alton 
Rd., 125 m. from Chicago. Banks, churches 
and various factories. 

NEWS ; (see Minonk.) 

REVEILLE ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
eight pages ; size 26x44 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1872 ; N. V. Maloney, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

SENTINEL; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 26x36; subscription $2; es- 



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-tablished 1876; G. L. Harl, editor and 
/publisher ; circulation L 1 ; printed at the 
office of the Metamora Woodford Sentinel. 

WASHINGTON, Tazeioell Co., u 
1,397-!- pop., at terminus of Dwight branch ot 
Chicago & Alton and on the Chicago, Pekin 
& Southwestern and Wabash, St. Louis & 
Pacific Rds., 13 m. E. of Peoria. It is an 
extensive shipping point for grain and 
hogs. Actively engaged in manufactures. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; independent ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1868 ; A. H. Heiple, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

liVASHINGTON HEIGHTS, 

Cook Co., ^ 1,800 pop., 12 m. N. W. of Chi- 
cago. A residence for Chicago business men. 

SUBURBAN ENTERPRISE ; (see 
Kensington.) 

WATERLOO, C. H., Monroe Co., p 
2,128 pop., on St. Louis & Cairo Rd., 12 m. 
from Mississippi r., and 22 S. of St. Louis. 
Surrounded by a wheat and corn country. 

DER MONROE VOL.KSFREUND; 

Saturdays ; Grerman ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
established 1884; G. F. Hecker, editor ; Mon- 
roe County Printing Co., publishers ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

DOLLAR ADVOCATE; Thursdays; 
independent ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; sub- 
scription .$1 ; established 1858 ; J. F. Gotshall, 
editor and publisher : circulation K 1. 

TIIVIES ; Thm-sdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1-25 ; estab- 
lished 1872 ; J. A. Krepps, editor and manager ; 
'Circulation L 2. 

WATERMAN, De Kalh Co., ti 390 
pop., on Chicago & Iowa Rd., 20 m. W. of 
Aurora. 
LEADER; (see Hinckley.) 

WATSEKA, C. H., Iroquois Co., n- 
2,0<X) pop., on Iroquois r., at intersection of 
Toledo, Peoria & Western with Chicago & 
Eastern Illinois Rd., 75 m. from Chicago, in 
a farming district. The centre of a vast re- 
gion of fertile country ; 100 artesian wells 
within the corporate limits ; known as the 
"Artesian City." 

IROQUOIS CO. TIMES; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1871 ; M. H. Peters, 
editor and puV)lisher; circulation K 2. 

REPUBLICAN; Wednesdays; republi- 
can ; eight pages ; size 36x48 ; subscription $2 ; 
■established 1856 ; B. F. Shankland, editor and 
publisher : circulation K 2. 

WAUKEGAN, C. H., Lake Co., d 
6,500 pop., on Lake Michigan and Chicago & 
Northwestern Rd., 36 m. from Chicago and 
50 from Milwaukee. A place of active trade, 
having considerable manufacturing and 
lake commerce and a large country trade. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays ; republican ; four 

f)ages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
ished 1850 ; Reuben W. Coon, editor and pub- 
lishers ; circulation H 1. 

LAKE CO. PATRIOT; Saturdays; 
independent ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; sub- 
scription §1.50 ; established 1845 ; S. H. Brad- 
bury, editor ; Bradbury & Bros., publishers ; 
circulation J 1. 

WAVERL.Y, Morgan Co., -n 1,800 
pop., on Jacksonville, Southeastern and 



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Wabash, St. L. & Pacific Rds., about 19 m. 

E. S. E. Jacksonville. Milling and butter 

manufacturing is carried on here. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; eight pages; 
size 26x40 ; subscription ,$2 ; established 1876 ; 
Fred. B. Ritchie, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

WAyNESVIELE,i:>e Witt Co., n 600 

pop., on Illinois Midland Rd., 46 m. E. of 

Peoria and 20 m. S. of Bloomington. In fine 

farming country. Has a grain elevator. 

tile and brick-yards, two saw mills, etc. Is 

a good sliipping point. Located in 1826. 

RECORD ; Saturdays ; four pages ; .size 
24x35; subscription .§1.50; established 1882: 
R. C. Crlhfleld, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation L2. 

'WE^TfO'SA.y Marshall Co., □ 1,500 pop., 
at intersection of Illinois Central with 
Dwight branch of Western division of Chi- 
cago & Alton Rd., 20 m. from Lacon, 40 
from Bloomington. Centre of a large grain 
trade. Some manufacturing and bitumi- 
nous coal mining carried on. 

GAZETTE: Thursdays; independent; 
size 26x40 ; subscription §1.50 ; established 
1885 ; Chas. E. Walker, editor and publisher. 

INDEX; Thursdays; eight pages: size 
of page 15x22 ; subscription §2 ; established 
1865 ; H. L. Taylor, editor ; Taylor Bros., 
publishers; circulation K 1. 

WESTERN SPRINGS, Cook Co., 

cf on the Chicago, Burlington & Qulncj' Rd. , 

16 m. W. by S. of Chicago. Has a female 

seminary and mineral spring. 

COCOON : monthly; silk culture; eight 
pages ; size 20x28 ; subscription 50 cents ; es- 
tablished 1885 ; Fox & Russel, editors and 
publishers. 

WESTFIELD, Clark Co., o 800 pop., 

40 m. W. of Terre Haute, Ind., on Danville, 

Olney & Ohio River Rd. ; has schools and 

a flourishing college ; engaged in stock 

raising and agriculture. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; four pages ; size 
24x35; subscription $1.25; established 1880; 
I. G. Barlow, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 2. - 

WEST SALEM, Edwards Co., R 450 

pop., cm the Peoria, Decatur & Evansville 

Rd., 16 m. S. of Olney. An agricultural 

centre. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1885; John W. Compton, editor and 
publisher. 

WEST YORK, Crawford Co., O, 250 

pop., on Cairo, Vincennes & Chicago Rd. 

ADVANCE; Fridays; four pages; size 
20x26 ; subscription 75 cents ; established 
1884; C. W. Moore, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation 1. 2. 

WHEATON, C. II., Du Page Co.,d 
l,160t pop., on Galena division of Chicago & 
Northwestern Rd., 25 m. from Chicago. An 
agricultural and stock-gi-owing country. 

ILLINOIAN ; Friday.s ; republican; 

four pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1861 ; H. C. Paddock, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2 ; issues also the 
Downer's Grove Reporter, Elmhurst Eagle, 
Hinsdale Record, Maywood Gazette and 
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PRESiS ; Thursdays ; four pa^cs ; size 
-24x36: subscription $1.50; establislicd 186(5; 
A. L. Hamilton, editor and publislier. 

WHITE HALL, Greene Co., -a 2,100 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and 
Chicago & Alton Rds., 24 ni. from Jackson- 
ville and 60 from St. Louis. Centre of an 
agricultural county. Potters' clay and coal 
are found in the vicinity. Engaged in the 
manufacture of pottery, drain tile, sewer 
pipe and chairs. 

EVENING REP [JBIilCAN: every 
-evening except Sunday, and REPUBLiI- 
CAN, Fridays; republican; four pages; 
size— daily 19x26, weekly 26x40 ; subscription 
—daily $6, weekly .$2; established— daily 1884, 
weekly 1877; E. J. Pearce, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation— daily L 1 , weekly K 1 ; 
issues also the Manchester Scott Co. Arrow. 

REGISTER? Fridays; eight pages; 
size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1869 ; 
^W. J. Roberts, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1 ; issues also a four-page edition; sub- 
scription $1.50. An edition entitled the Jour- 
nal is issued at Roodhouse. 

REPUBLICAN ; (aee Evening Republi- 
can). 

IVILLIAMS VILLE, Sangamon 
Co., D 465 pop., on Chicago & Alton Rd., 12 
m. from Springfield. Farming is exten- 
sively carried on here. 

GAZETTE ; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription §1.50; established 1884; R. 
T. Spencer, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

WILMINGTON, mil Co., cf 1.872t 
pop., on Kankakee r. and Chicago & Alton 
Rd., 53 m. from Chicago. Some manufac- 
turing done here. Has excellent water 
power and farming soil. 

ADVOCATE ; Fridays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1870 ; Edward D. Conley, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

REVIEW; Wednesdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x:M ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1877 ; J. H. Warner, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

IVINCHESTER, C. H., Scott Co., <2 
1,825 pop., on Big Sandy Creek and the 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy division of 
the Rock Island & St. Louis Rd., 10 m. from 
Illinois r., 18 from Jacksonville, 82 from St. 
Louis and 319 from Chicago. Engaged in 
various manufactures. Coal is found here. 
The centre of a fine agricultural district. 

CRITIC ; "Wednesdays ; four pages ; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1885; J. 
N. Quail & Co., editoi's and publishers. 

S* T A N D A R D ; Fridays ; eight pages ; 
size 30x43 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1880; George H. Palmer & Son, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. i3;:W^Actual aver- 
age circulation for one year preceding Nov. 6, 
1885, as per statement on file at the office of 
the A merican Newsjiaper Directory, 758 copies. 

TIMES ; Fridays : democratic ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1865 ; Tibbets & Rogers, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

WINDSOR, Shelby Co., u 768t pop., 

at intersection of Wabash, St. Louis & 

Pacific Rd. and the L & St. L. Rd., 120 m. E. 

of St. Louis. Has flouring mills. 

ADVOCATE; "Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages; size 26x40; subscription $1; es- 



tablished 1883; Chas. C. Gilpin, editor and 
puVilisher: circulation L2. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; eight pages; 
size 26x40: subscription $1 ; established 1878; 
S. L. & C. D. Warden, editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 1. ^IW" Actual average circula- 
tion for one year preceding Dec. 18, 18S5, as 
per statement nn file at the office of the Ameri- 
can Newspaper Directory, 665 copies. 

WOODSTOCK, C. H., McHenry Co., 

ti 2,01)0 pop., on Chicago & Northwestern 
Rd., 51 m. from Chicago. Todd seminary 
for boys. Large pickle manufactoiy here. 

ADVOCATE; Mondays; independent; 
eight pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 50 cents; 
established 1883; G. D. Silliman, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

Mc HENRY CO. DEMOCRAT; Sat- 
urdays ; eight pages ; size 35x48 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; established \Tt~t ; John A. Dufleld, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

SENTINEL; Thursdays; republican: 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1856 ; Southworth & Glennon, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

WYOMING, Stark Co., U 1,500 pop.. 

near Spoon r., at intersection of Rock 

Island & Peoria Rd. with Buda & Rushville 

branch of Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 

Rd., 6 m. from Toulon. Location of several 

large machine shops 

POST-HERALD ; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1872 ; Sandham & Hotchkiss, 
editors and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

YATES CITY, Knox Co., 4D 679t pop., 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 80 m. 
W of Peoria, and 25 from Galesburg. Sur- 
rounded by a rich agricultural district. 

INDUSTRIAL BANNER; Fridays; 
greenback ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1879 ; A. H. McKeighan, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

YORKVILLE, C. H., Kendall Co., b 
1,150 pop., on Fox r. and Fox River Valley 
Rd., 51 m. from Chicago. Engaged in agri- 
culture and manufactures. Centre of trade 
for the county. 

KENDALL CO. RECORD; Thurs- 
days r republican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1864 ; John R. 
Marshall, editor and publisher ; circulation 
J 2 ; an edition entitled the Mirror is issued 
at Piano. 



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AKRON, Fulton Co., t\ 500 pop., on 

the Chicago & Atlantic Rd., 10 m. from 

Rochester. Coal and limestone found in 

large quantities. 

ECHO; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages ; size 24x33 ; subscription $1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1884; F. A. Brown, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

ALBION, C H., Noble Co., rf 1,200 pop., 
on Bait. & Ohio Rd., 32 m. from Fort Wayne. 
In a fine farming countrj'. 

NEW ERA ; Thm-sdays ; eight pages ; size 
30x44; subscription $2; established 1872; J. P. 
Prickett, editor and publisher ; circulation 
Jl. 

NOBLE CO. DEMOCRAT ; Wednes 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1881 ; James 
J. Lash, editor and publisher ; circulation 
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ALEXANDRIA, 3/flrf/.so« Co., p 

300 pop., on Pipe creek, and at the junction 

of Cincinnati, Wabash & Micliigan and Lake 

Erie & Michigan Rds. Has a l)ank and two 

churches. 

TIMES; Fridays: eight pages ; size 26x40: 
subscription . SI : established 1S78; I. N. French, 
editor and puplisher. 

AMBIA, Benton Co., n 300 pop., on 

the Lake Erie & Western Rd., 34 m. W. by 

X. of Lafayette. Has several stores and 

factories. 

>' E W S : Saturdays ; eight pages : size 
22x32 : subscription .$1 : established iss.5 ; John 
H. Green, editor and publislier. 

ANDERSON, C. H., Madison Co., u 
5,3li0 pop., on White River & Pittsburgh, 
Cincinnati & St. Louis Rd., at intersection 
of C, C, C. & L Rd., also terminus of Cincin- 
nati, Wabash & Michigan and Midland Rds., 
86 m. N. E. from Indianapolis and 48 from 
Logansport. A thriving to%vn, carrying on 
manufacturing and a general trade. 

BULiLjETIX: everv evening except Sun- 
day, and {SATURDAY BULLETIN, 

Saturdays : daily, four pages ; weekly, eight 
pages: size— daily 22x30, weekly :3'»x44; .sub- 
scription— dailv So. weekly Si : established— 
dailv 1S83: weekly 1&S5; C. R. Cravens, J. W. 
Kniglit and Dora Biddle, editors and pub 
lishers. 

HERALD; Fridays ; independent re- 
publican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1868 ; Stephen Metcalf, 
mauaeer ; Herald Co., publishers ; circ'n J 1. 

REVIEW - DEMOCRAT ; Fridays ; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 28x44 ; sub- 
scription Sl-50 : established 1869 ; W. C. Flem- 
ing, editor and publisher : circulation .J 1 . 

SATURDAY BULLETIN; (see Bul- 
letin.) 

ANGOLA, C. H., Steuben Co., rf 1,700 
pop., near X. E. corner of State, 42 m. from 
Fort Wayne, on Fort Wayne div. of Lake 
Shore & Mich. Southern Rd. Engaged in 
agi'lculture and stock-raising ; active trade 
and some manufacturing. Tri-State Nor- 
mal College located liere. 

HERALD ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1ST6; W. K. Sheffer, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation .7 i. 

STEUBEN REPUBLICAN ; Wed 
nesdays ; republican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 
subscription $1.50; established 1856; A. S. 
Hale and O. F. Rakestraw, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation 1 1 . 

ARCADIA, Hamilton Co., a 700 pop., 

on the Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 30 

m. from Indianapolis. In an agricultural 

centre. 

ARCADIAN; Fridays; four pages; size 
24xa') ; subscription $1 : established 1883 ; C. 
W. Lee, edit(jr ; Lee & Lee, publishers ; circu- 
lation 1> 2 . 

ARGOS, Marshall Co., [^ 622 pop., at 
crossing of Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago 
and New York, Chicago & St. Louis Rds., 
8 m. from Court House. Princii>al indus- 
try is furnitute, flour and lumber manufac- 
turing. 

REFLECTOR ; Thursdays; independ- 
ent ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1881 ; J. H. Watson, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L2. 



ATTICA, Fountain Co., -D 3,200 pop., 
on Wabash r. and Wabash & Erie Canal, 
and the Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific, Chi- 
cago & Great Southern, and Attica, Coving- 
ton & Southern Rds., 22 m. from Lafayette. 
Engaged in general manufactures. 

FOUNTAIN AND WARREN DE3I- 
OCRAT ; Thursday^: democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1884; H. W. Thaten, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

LEDGER; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1851 ; A. S. Peacock, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation .1 1 . 

AUBURN, C. H., DeKalb Co., [Y 3,000 
pop., on Baltimore & Ohio, Chicago division, 
and Fort Wayne, Jackson & Saginaw Rds., 
at the intersection of the Detroit, Eel r. & 
Illinois Rd., 22 m. from Fort Wayne. Con- 
siderable manufactiu'ing carried on. 

DISPATCH; semi-weekly, Tuesdays 
and Fridays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1874 ; 
Ferguson & Hoisington, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation K 2. 

COURIER; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1871 ; James A. Barns, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1. 

AURORA, ^eo?-&o?-?iCo.,P,4,435t pop., 
on Ohio r. and Ohio & Mississippi Rd., 25 m. 
below Cincinnati. Steamboats run to Cin- 
cinnati and all other points on the river. 
Engaged in milling, distilling, coopering 
and exporting hay and grain. 

DEARBORN INDEPENDENT; 

Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
28x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1868 ; L. 
W. Cobb, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

SPECTATOR: Thursdays; independ- 
ent ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1881 ; Everett & Gregorj", 
editors and publishers ; circulation K l. 

BEDFORD, C. H., Lawrence Co., v 
3,500 pop., on Louisville, New Albanj' & 
I Chicago Rd.,_ 72 m. from New Albany, 255 
I from Chicago. Large stone works here. 

DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; eight pages ; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 
1871; John Johnson, Jr., editor and publisher ; 
circulation 1 1 . 

LAWRENCE MAIL; Thursdays; eight 
pages; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.10; estab- 
lished 1878 ; Osborne i<t Hitchcock, editors and 
publishers; circulation K 2. 

, BERNE, Adams Co., cf 300 pop., on 

Cincinnati, Richmond & Fort Wayne Rd. 

C; H R I S T L I C II E R B U N D E S- 
BOTE ; semi-monthly; German; mennon- 
Ite ; eight pages ; size of page 11x16; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1881 ; T. A. Sommers, 
editor; S. F. Sprunger, manager; circulation 
.1 1 ; not issueil in Christmas week, nor in 
the first wei'k in July. 

BLOOMFIELD, C. H., Greene Co.»p 

1,^011 pop., near W. fork of White r., 80 m. 

from Indianapolis, on Bedford and Bloom- 

ington and Evansville, Washington it 

Brazil Rds. A place of active trade ; in a 

rich and fertile valley. 

DEMOCRAT? Fridays; four pages ; size 

I 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1860 ; 
! William M. Moss, editor and publisher ; cir- 
i culation J 1. 



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NEWS; Fridays; republican; oipht 

f)ages; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50: estab- 
ished 1876; Millard J. Btckelt. editor and 
publisher ; circulation I\: -2. 

BLOOMINGTON, C. H., Monroe Co., 
p 3,(X)0 pop., on Louisville, New Albany 
& Chicago Rd., 97 \\\. from New Albany and 
60 from Indianapolis. Engaged in manu- 
facturing, farming and quarrying lime- 
stone. Location of the Indiana State Uni- 
versitj'. 

TELEPHONE; semi-weekly, Tuesdays 
and Fridays ; four pages ; size 30x44 ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; establislied 1876 ; S. Bradf ute, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

COURIER; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1874 ; H. J. Feltus, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

REPUBLICAN PROGRESS; 
Tuesdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 26.x40 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1835 ; William A. 
Gabe, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

INDIANA STUDENT; monthly; twen- 
ty-eight pages octavo ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1875 ; Indiana University Lecture Asso- 
ciation, editors and publishers ; circulation 
L 2 ; a college paper ; issued during the col- 
legiate year. 

BLUFFTON, C. H., Wells Co., d 3,000 
pop., on Wabash r., and Fort Waj^ne, Cin- 
cinnati & Louisville and Toledo, Cincinnati 
& St. Louis Rds., 25 m. S. of Fort Wayne. 
Engaged in lumbering and manufactvires. 

BANNER; Thursdays; democratic ; four 

f>ages; size 28x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
ished 1850 ; E. Y. Sturgis, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2 

CHRONICLE; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1869; George Arnold, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

WELLS CO. TIMES; Thursdays; 
independent; eight pages; size 30x44; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1878 ; A. S. Roberts, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

BOONVIL.LE, C. H., Warrick Co., jJ 
2,50J pop., ou Louisville, Evansville & St. 
Louis Rd., 10 m. from the Ohio r. and 17 from 
Evansville. Engaged in coal mining, rais- 
ing and manufacturing tobacco, corn,wheat 
and potatoes ; a place of active trade. 

ENQUIRER; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x38 ; subscription $1.25 ; 
established 1850 ; William Swlnt, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2. 

STANDARD; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.25 ; 
established 1875 ; James M. Wood, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

BOURBON, Marshall Co., i 2,000 

pop., on Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago 

Rd., 5.3 m. N. W. of Fort Wayne, 96 E. of 

Chicago. Surrounded by a fertile country. 

Actively engaged in manufactures. 

MIRROR; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1871; I. Mattingly, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

BOYLESTON, Clinton Co., n 200 
pop., 6 m. from county seat, on the Lake 
Erie & Western Rd. Lumbering and manu- 
facturing are the principal industries. 

AMERICAN AGENT; monthly; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1882 ; T. D. Campbell, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation G 1. 



INDIANA. 



BRAZIL, C. II., Clatj Co., -n 6,000 pop., 
on Vandalla, Terrc Haute & Indianapolis 
and Lake Michigan and Ohio River Rds., 
and terminus c>f the Chicago and Indiana 
Coal Railway; 16 m. from Terre Haute and 
55 W. of Indianapolis. In the Indiana Block 
Coal Region. Mining and iron manufactur- 
ing largely engaged in. 

CLAY CO. ENTERPRISE; Wednes- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1872; Luther 
Wolfe, editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

DEMOCRAT ; Thursdays; eight pages: 
size 30x44; subscription $1.50; established 
1879; Louis Holtman, editor; Holtman & 
Paine, publishers ; circulation K 2. 

MINER; Saturdays; democratic; eight 

ages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
ished 1867 ; Sam. B. Riley.editor and publisher; 
circulation .T 1 . 

REGISTER; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages; size 36x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1881 ; A. F. Bridges, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 



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BREMEN, Marshall Co., ^ 1,300 pop., 
on B. & O. Rd., 15 m. from Plj'mouth and 
20 from South Bend, A lumber district. 

BANNER; Thursdays; eight pages; size 
26x40; subscru)tion $1.50; established 1881; 
George A. Sunderland, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

ENQUIRER; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x34 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 
1885 ; Brook H. Bowman, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

BRISTOL, Elkhart Co., [^ 800 pop., on 
L. S. & M. S. Rd., 9 m. from Elkhart. En- 
gaged In mercantile pursuits. 

BANNER; Fridays; republican; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1377; C. F. Mosier, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

BROAD RIPPLE, Marion Co., u 
300 pop., on White r., 9 m. N. of Indianap- 
olis. A large flour mill is located here. 
AIR LINE NEWS; (see Kirklin.) 

BROOKSTON, Wliite Co.,b 700 pop., 

14 m. N. of Lafayette, on the Louisville, 
New Albany & Chicago Rd. ■ A good grain 
and fruit and stock-raising section ; good 
shipping point. Has an academy, tile fac- 
tory and brick yard. 

REPORTER; Fridays; four pages; 
size 22x30 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1872 ; C. C. French, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

BROOKVILLE, C. H., Franklin 
Co., D- l,813t pop., on White Water r. and 
White Water Rd., 43 m. from Cincinnati. 
A place of considerable trade. 
AMERICAN; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1.75 ; es- 
tablished 1851 ; W. H. Green, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

FRANKLIN DEMOCRAT; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $1..50 ; established 1839 ; Edgar R. 
Quick, editor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

VISITOR; monthlj^; four pages; size 
22x30 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 1884 ; 
James M. Miller, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation L 2 . 

BROWNSTOWN, C. H., Jackson 

Co., P 1,500 pop., ou Ohio & Mis.sissippi Rd., 1 
m. E. of Driftwood fork of the White r., 11 S 



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W. of Seymour and 98 W. of Cincinnati. It 
is surrounded by a fertile country, which 
contains valuable timber in abundance, 
and numerous extensive peach and apple 
orchards. Leading manufactories are flour 
and saw mills and spoke and heading fac- 
tories. 

BANNER ; Thursdays; Indepeudent-dem- 
oci'atic ; eiglit pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25 : established 186!) ; Wm. Frysinger, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

BUNKER HILL, Miami Co., i 1,000 
pop., 67 m. N. of Indianapolis, at junction 
of Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago Rd. and 
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis Rd. A 
fine agricultural and stock-growing coun- 
try. Manufactures and ships hardwood 
lumber. 

PRESS; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1875; J. W. O'Hara, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

BUTLER, DeKalb Co., lT 1,800 pop., at 
junction of Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific 
and Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Rds. 

RECORD; Fridays; eight pages; size 
34x46 ; subscription Sl-50 ; established 1877 ; 
Hiram F. Smith, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

REVIEW; Thursdays; eight pages ; size 
30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1882 ; 
John J. Higgins. editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation L2. 

CAMBRIDGE CITY, Wayne Co.,ry 
2,7W pop., on the Chicago, St. Louis & Pitts- 
burg, Fort Wayne, Muncie & Cincinnati, 
White Water and terminus of Cambridge 
branch of Jeffersonville, Madison & In- 
dianapolis Rds., 53 m. from Indianapolis 
and 75 from Cincinnati. Trading centre. 
Surrounded by a farming country. Exten- 
sively engaged in manufactures. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; republican; four 

Eages ; size 24x36 ; subscription §1 ; F. C Mos- 
augh, editor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 
WAYNE CITIZEN; Fridays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1878; W. P. Harding, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

CAMDEN, Carroll Co., 900 n pop., 

on Logansport Ijranch of Vaudalia Rd., 12 m. 

from Logansport. Engaged in lumbering, 

and local business ; in a good farming and 

grazing country. 

EXPOSITOR; Thursdays; four pages, 
size 24x:W; subscription .$1.25; established 
1879 ; Z. Hunt, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 2. 

CANNELTON, C. II., Perry Co., a 
1,834+ pop., on Ohio r., 70 m. above Evans- 
ville and 125 below Louisville, Ky. The coal 
mines of Cannelton are noted as the largest 
below Pittsburgh. Engaged in cotton and 
other manufactures. 

ENQUIRER AND REPORTER ; 

Saturdavs ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription .81.50 ; established 1852 ; 
W. N. Underwood, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 1 

CARMEL. Hamilton Co., D 700 pop., 
on Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Rd., 



INDIANA. 



15 m. N. of Indianapolis. Several churches, 

an academy and tile factory. 

AIR LINE NEWS ; (see Kirklin.) 

CENTREVILLE, Wayne C7o., o 1,250 

pop., on Noland's Fork of Whitewater r., 

and on the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati &St.Louis 

Rd., 5 m. W. of Richmond. Manufactories 

of various kinds are located here. 

INDIANA ECHO; Fridays ; non- 
partisan ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
SI; established 1884: J. L. Scoft, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

CHARLESTOWN, Clarlc Co., g 
1,103+ pop., 2i m. from the Ohio r., and 
the Louisville branch of the Ohio & Missis- 
sippi Rd. and 12 from Louisville, Ky. It is 
surrounded by excellent land and has an 
active business. 

CL.ARK CO. RECORD; Saturdays; 
independent ; eight pages ; size .30x44 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1869; W. S. Ferrier, 
editor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

CHESTERTON, Porter Co., \^ 1,000 
pop., 10 m. from Valparaiso, on Lake Shore 
& Michigan Southern Rd. Engaged in organ 
and brick manufacturing, 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50: 
established 1884 ; A. J. Bowser, editor and 
publisher ; circulation .1 1 . 

CHRISNEY, Spencer Co., p, on the 

Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis Rd. 

SUN ; Thursdays ; four pages : size 22x30 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; W. E. Kim- 
berlin, editor and publisher. 

CHURUBUSCO, Whitley Co., ^ 
l,0iJ0 pop. Lumbering is the principal in- 
dustry. 

SUNDAY PEOPLE; Sundays; four 
pages ; size 20x26 ; su .scriptiongl ; established 
1883; Kinsley Bros., editors and publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

CLAY CITY, Clay Co., -n 800 pop., on 

Ten-e Haute & South Eastern Rd., 26 m. 
from Teri-e Haute ; mining and timber sec- 
tion ; also a good market for grain. 

REPORTER; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 24x34; subscription §1; established 1881; 
James T. Buck, editor and publisher ; circu- 
tion li 2. 

CLINTON, rer»ii7io?i Co.,-n 1,250 pop., 
15 m. from Terre Haute, on the Evansville, 
Terre Haute & Chicago Rd. Has coal in- 
terests. 

SATURDAY ARGUS; Fridays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 24x:;6 ; subscription 
$1.25; established 1882; L. O. Bishop, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SATURDAY SIFTINCiS; Saturdays; 
independent; four pages; size 24x35 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1884 ; Mont L.Casey, editor 
and publisher ; ch-culation L2. 

CLOVERDALE, Putnam Co., -n 477 

pop., on L., N. A. & Chicago Rd., 35 m. from 

Indianapolis. Produces lumber, staves, etc. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 20.\;26 ; subset" iption 80 cents ; es- 
tablished 1881 ; Will J. Hood, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

COLFAX, Clinton Co., n 1,200 pop., at 
Junction of C. L, St. Louis & C. and T. H. 



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& L. Rds., 21 m. E. of Lafayette. A good 

shipping point. 

COIIRIEK; Saturdays; eight pages ; size 
26x40; sul)scTiption $1.50; establislied 1885 ; B. 
B. Clarke, editor and pul)llsher. 

COLUMBIA CITY, C. H., Whitley 

Co., cf 3,0(K) pop., on Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne 
& Chicago, and Detroit & Indianapolis 
division of Wabasli, St. Louis and Pacific 
Rds., 19 m. from Fort Wayne. It has a fine 
trade, and is located in the centre of a rich 
agricultural district. 

COMMERCIAL.; Thursdays ; four 

Sages ; size 26.x40 ; subscription $1.75 ; estab- 
shed 1868; J. W. Baker, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 
POST; Wednesdays; democratic; four 

J)ages; size 27x43: subscription $1.75; estab- 
ished 1864; J. W. Adams, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1. 



•COLUMBUS, C. H., Bartholomew Co., 
g 6,500 pop., on White r., 41 m. from Indian- 
apolis, on the Jeffersonville, Madison & 
Indianapolis Rd., at the junction of the 
Cambridge City & Madison branch ; also 
terminus of Columbus, Hope & Greenburg 
branch of Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. 
Louis & Chicago Rd. In an agricultural 
district. 

EVENING REPUBLICAN ; every 
•evening except Sunday, and REPUBLI- 
CAN, Thursdays; republican; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 22x30, 
weekly 30x44 ; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
$1.25 ; ' established— daily 1877, weekly 1872 ; 
•C. Ricketts, editor; Isaac T. Brown, pub- 
lisher ; circulation— daily L 2 , weekly J 1. 

HERALD; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLV, Fridays; demo- 
■cratic ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 19x26, weekly 30x44 ; subscription 
—daily $5.20, weekly $1.50; established- 
daily 1882, weekly 1881 ; G. E. Finney and C. 
H. Lacy, editors ; Herald Co., publishers ; 
circulation— daily L 2 , weekly K 2. 

REPUBLICAN; (see Evening Repub- 
lican.) 

CONNERSVILLE, C. H., Fayette 

Co., a- 4,500 pop., on White Water r. and the 
Wliite Water Rd., at the intersection of the 
■Cincinnati, Hamilton & Indianapolis Rd., 
with the Fort Wayne, Cincinnati & Louis- 
ville Rd., 42 m. from Hamilton, 65 from Cin- 
cinnati and 56 from Indianapolis. Engaged 
In manufactures and the centre of a large 
trade. 

EXA3IINER ; Wednesdays ; four pages ; 
size 30x46 ; subscription $2 ; established 1867 ; 
John M. Higgs, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion J 1. 

TIMES; "Wednesdays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1826 ; A. M. Sinks, editor and publisher ; 
circulation J 2. 

CORYDON, C. H., Harrison Co., g 
1,200 pop., on Indian Creek and at terminus 
of the Louisville, New Albany & Corydon 
Rd., 9 m. from tlie Ohio r. and 21 from 
Louisville, Ky. Noted for its great quan- 
tity of valuable building and litliographic 
stone, marble, timber, etc. Also as an agri- 
cultural region, being one of tlie finest 
wheat and grain-producing counties in the 
State. It also contains some valuable sul- 
phur springs. 



INDIANA. 



DEMOCRAT; Tuesdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 18,57; Geo. K. Gwartney, editor 
and publisher ; circulation .J 1 ; issues also 
the Monitor 

REPUBLICAN; Thursdays ; eight 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1868 ; George W. Self, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

MONITOR; monthly; four pages; size 
20x26 ; subscription 50 cents ; estaljlished 1885 ; 
G. K. Gwartney, editor and publisher ; issues 
also the Democrat. 

COVINGTON, C. H., Fountain Co., -a 
1,920 pop., on Wabash r., Wabash c& Erie 
Canal, and Indiaua.Bloomington &Western, 
and on Attica & Covington Branch of Wa- 
bash, St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 73 m. from 
Indianapolis. Large quantities of coal, live 
stock and produce are shipped from here. 

PEOPLE'SFRIEND; Thursdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; established 1842 ; C. H. Gwynn, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

SPENCE'S PEOPLE'S PAPER ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1.50; established 1874 ; W. 
F. Vost, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 2. 

CR A WFORDS VILLE, C. H, Mont 
gomery Co., -a 7,500 pop., on Sugar Creek. 
The Louisville, New Albany & Chicago, In- 
dianapolis, Bloomington & Western and Lo- 
gansport division of Vandalia Line Rds. 
all pass through here ; "30 m. from Lafayette 
and 44 from Indianapolis. A fine agricultu- 
ral and well-timbered district. Seat of Wa- 
bash College. 

ARGUS-NEWS ; every evening except 
Sunday ; four pages ; size 23x36 ; subscription 
$5 ; established 1833 ; S. M. Coif man and W. E. 
Ro.^ehro. editors and publishers; circ'n J 1. 

REVIEW; Saturdays; democratic ; eight 
pages; size 28x44; subscription $1.65; estab- 
lished 1841 ; Luse & Galey, publishers ; circu- 
lation .1 2. 

SATURDAY EVENING JOUR- 
NAL ; Saturdays; republican ; eight pages: 
size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; established. 
1838 ; T. H. B. McCain, editor and publisher ; 
circulation II. ^^^^ Actual average circula- 
tion for one year preceding Nov. 28, 1885, as 
per statement on file at the office of the Ameri- 
can Newspaper Directory, 2,^57 copies. 

STAR; Thursdays; independent; ten 
pages ; size 15x22 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1871 ; Jere. Keeney, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 2. 

TEMPEST; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription .$1 ; es- 
tablished 1885 ; John C. Hester and Mont. 
Howard, editors and publishers. 

W^A BASH ; semi-monthly; twenty pages; 
size of page 8x11 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1876; Students of Wabash College, editors 
and publishers ; circulation L 2 ; a college pa- 
per ; issued during the collegiate year. 

BOTANICAL GAZETTE; monthly; 
science ; thirty-two pages ; size of page 7x10 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1876 ; John M. 
Coulter, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

CROWN POINT, C. H., Lake Co., 

tD 2,119 pop., on Pittsburgh, Cincinnati 
& St. Louis and Chicago & Atlantic 
Rds., 41 m. from Chicago. Extensively 
engaged in agriculture and stock-raising, 
particularly hogs. Tlie most important 
and largest shipping point between Chicago 
and Logansport. Large amounts of grain 
and hay shipped. A place of active trade. 
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eight pages ; size ;50x44 ; subscription §2 ; estab- 
lislied 1875 ; Johu Lehmann, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

LiAKE CO. STAR: Fridays; repub- 
lican ; tour pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription 
$1.5(^) ; established 1873 ; J. J. Wheeler, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

REGISTER; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription §2 ; es- 
tablished 1857; John Millikan, editor and 
publisher ; cii'culation K 1. 

DALi£, Spencer Co., p 375 pop , ou the 

Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis Rd., 20 ni. 

N. of Rockport. 

REPORTER ; Fridays; four pages ; size 
22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; Lou 
Black, editor ; Black & Brown, publishers. 

SANA, Vermilion Co., -n 800 pop., on 

the Indianapolis. Decatur & Springfield Rd., 

75 m. W. of Indianapolis. An important 

grain centre. 

NEWS; Thursdays ; fom- pages ; size 
22x:30; subscription §1.50; established 1885; 
M. L. Griflfith, editor and publisher. 

DANVILLE, C. H., Hendricks Co., u 
1,6S0 pop., on the Indianapolis & St. Louis 
Rd., 20 m. from Indianapolis. The county 
seminary is located here. The town is an 
enterprising trade centre, and an impor- 
tant point in the business of the county, 
which has a thrifty and prosperous popu- 
lation. 

HENDRICKS CO. GAZETTE; 

Thurstlavs ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1880 ; Will A. King, 
editor and publisher; circulation J 1. 
HENDRICKS CO. REPLBL.ICAN; 

Thursdays ; republican ; eight pages ; size 
30x44; subscrii^tiou 81.50; established 1881; 
James O. Parker, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation J 1. 

DECATUR, C. H.. Adams Co., ^ 3,500 
pop., on St. Mary's r., 21 m. from Fort Wayne 
and on the Cincinnati, Richmond & Fort 
Wayne Rd., In the midst of an agricultural 
district. Extensively engaged in the lum- 
ber trade. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription 81-50 ; es- 
tablished 18.57 ; N. Blackburn, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; four pages; size 
26x40 ; subscription SI. 50 ; established 1879 ; 
Sholty & Moffett, editors ; E. D. Moffett, pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

DELPHI, C. H., Carroll Co., u 3,500 
pop., on Wabash r. and Wabash, St. Louis 
& Pacific and Louisville, New Albany & 
Chicago Rds., 17 m. from Lafayette, 107 m. 
from Chicago and ?2 m. from Indianapolis. 
Said to be the leading lime region in the 
West. Extensively engaged in manufacture. 

JOURNALi; Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages; size 36x48; sub.scription .$1.50; 
established 18o(J ; J. B. Scott, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation .J 1. 

NEWS-LETTER; Saturdays ; four 

f)ages; size 22x30: subscription $1.20; estab- 
ishied 1885; Berg W. Applegate, editor and 
pul)lisher. 
TIMES; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
ages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 50 ; estab- 
ished 1849 ; A. B. Crampton, eilitor and pulj- 
lisher ; circulation 1 1 . 



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DENVER, Miami Co., tl 800 pop., at 

crossing of the Indianapolis, Peru & Chl- 



INDIANA. 



cago, and Detroit and Eel Rivers division of 

the Wabash Rd. Has a roller mill and two 

saw mills. 

SUN; Saturdays ; independent ; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; O. F. 
Snook, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

DUBLIN, Wayne Co., O l,070t pop., 51 
m. E. of Indianapolis and 18 m. W. of Rich- 
mond, on the Pittsburgh & St. Louis Rd. 
High and healthy location, in a good agri- 
cultural and stock-growing country ; farm 
implements manufactured. 

WAYNE REGISTER; Fridays^ 
republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1875 ; Albert Burr, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

EDINBURGH, Johnson Co., U l,814t 

pop., onE. fork of White r., which furnishes 

good water power, and on Jeffersonville, 

Madison & Indianapolis Rd., 30 m. S. E. 

of Indianapolis. Engaged in flour, lumber 

and starch manufacturing. 

COURIER; Thursdays; four pages; size 
24x3:3; subscription .$1.50; established 1875; 
E. M. Hai'dy, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 2. 

ELKHART, Elkhart Co., ^ 11,000 
pop., on St. Joseph's r., at the junction 
of the Xorthern Indiana Air Line and 
the Lake Shore & Michigan Southei'u Rds., 
and of the Cincinnati, Wabash & Michi- 
gan Rd., 100 m. from Chicago. Has good 
water power, which is fully developed for 
manufacturing. Three rivers converge 
here — the St. Joseph's, Elkhart and Chris- 
tiana. 

INDEPENDENT J every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY; Fridays; daily 
four pages, weekly eight pages; size — flaily 
22x:30, weekly ;t0x44 ; subsci'lption— daily $5, 
weekly $1 ; established — daily 1883, weekly 
1880 ; G. C. Johnson, Geo. T. Ager and R. M. 
Johnson, editors and publishers ; circulation 
—daily K 1, weekly J 1. 

REVIEW; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size — daily 21x31, weekly 26x40; 
subscription — dailv $5, weekly $1 ; establish- 
ed— flaily 1872, weekly ia59 ; C. H. Chase and 
A. P. Kent, editors ; Review Printing Co.. pub- 
lishers ; circ'n — dailv K 2, weeklv K 2. 

;^IENNONITISCHE RUNDSCHAU; 

Wednesdays: German; mennonite : four 
pages ; size 20x26 : suV)scription 75 cents ; es- 
tablished 1880 • J. F. Harms, editor ; Mennon- 
ite Pul)llshing Co., publishers: circulation 
J 2 ; issue also the Herald of Truth and the 
Herald dc Wuhvheit. 

SENTINEL ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
eigin pages ; size 36x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1886; W. H. Norton, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1. 

HERALD OF TRUTH; semimonth- 
ly; mennonite; sixteen pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $1 ; established 1864 ; J. F. Funk, 
editor ; Mennonite Publisliing Co., publish- 
ers ; circulation HI; issue also the Meunon- 
itische Rundschau and the Herald de Wahr- 
heit. 

HEROLD DE WAHRHEIT; semi- 
monthly; German; mennonite; sixteen 
pages; size 24x36; sub.scription .$1; established 
1864; J. F. Funk, editor; Mennonite Publish- 
ing Co., publisliers; circulation 12; i.ssue 
ii\so Mennonitv^che Rundschau in\(\ the Her- 
ald of Truth. 

ELLETTSVILLE, Monroe Co., g 700 
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Rd., about 9 m. from Bloomington. Has 

several large stone quarries. 

MONROE CO. CITIZEN; Thursdays; 
four pages ; size 23x30; subscription 70 cents; 
established 1882; W. B. Harris, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

ELiWOOD, Madison Co., a 1,400 pop., 
45 m. from Indianapolis, on Pittsburgh, Cin- 
cinnati & St. Louis and Lake Erie & West- 
ern Rds. A great grain and stock-shipping 
point. Has grain elevators, flax and stave 
factories, saw mills, etc. 

FREE PRESS; eight pages; size 30x44; 
subscription §1.50; established 1883; George 
Winter, editor and publisher. 

ENGLISH, Craioford Co., g 700 pop., 
on the Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis 
Rd. Engaged in manufacturing. 

REPORTER ; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; C. N. 
Douglass, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

EVANSVILLE, C. H., Vanderburgh 
Co., p 40,000 pop., on Ohio r., 195 m. below 
Louisville, and at terminus and intersection 
of at least fifteen different railroads, 
divisions and branches. The shipments 
from Evansville rank higher in volume 
than those of anj- other city on the Ohio 
r. below Cincinnati. Has one of the larg- 
est cotton mills in the West ; has several 
large furniture factories, foundries, etc. ; 
"w^ell adapted to manufactures. Coal for 
manufacturing purposes is sold at from 65 
to 90 cents per ton. 

COURIER; every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size— daily 26x40. weekly 30x44 ; sub- 
cription— daily $8, weekly $1, Sunday $2 ; 
established 1865 ; Courier Co., editors and 
publishers; circ'n — daily J 2, weeklj" J 1. 

DE3IOKRAT; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKIiY, Tue.sdays ; Ger- 
man ; democratic ; eight pages ; size— daily 
30x44, weekly 34x48 ; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $2, Sunday $2 ; established 1864"; Lo- 
renzo Rohr. editor: F. Lauenstein, pub- 
lisher ; circulation— dailv I i , weekly H 1. 

EVENING BULLETIN; every evening 
except Sunday ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; sub- 
scription $2.50 ; established 1884 ; Chas. F. 
Gould, editor and publisher. 

JOURNAL ; every morning, and DOL- 
LAR JOURNAL, Wednesdays; republi- 
can ; eight pages ; size of iJage, 15x22; sub- 
scription—daily $10, weekly $1, Sunday $2; 
established 1831 ; Evansville Journal Co., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation— daily J 2 , 
weekly .J 2 . 

PUBLIC: every evening except Sunday; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion .$4; established 1884; circulation .J 1. 

TRIBUNE NEWS ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and AVEEKLY, Wednes- 
days ; daily four iiages, weekly eight pages ; 
size — daily 23x35, weekly 30x42 ; subscription 
—daily $7, weekly $1 ; established — daily 
1877, weekly 1878 ; Tribune NeWs Co., editoi-s 
and publishers; circ'n— daily J 2, weekly K 1. 

ARGUS ; Saturdays ; independent ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab 
lished 1879 ; F. M. Gilbert, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation I 2 . 

^DIE INDIANA POST: Saturdays; 
Crerman ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1879; E. Wilkoni, editor 
and puljlisher ; circulation J 1. 

DOLLAR JOURNAL; (see Journal.) 

INDIANA A. O. I . W. RECORD- 
ER ; monthly ; ancient order of united 
workmen; four pages; size 19x^; subscrip- 



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tion .50 cents ; established 1883 ; J. H. Ganung, 
editor and pulilislier. 
WESTERN MEDICAL REPORT- 

ER ; (.see Chicago, 111.) 

FAIRMOUNT, Grant Co., D 900 pop., 
on Cincinnati, Wabash & Michigan, Rd., 60 
m. N. of Indianapolis. A fine seminary 
here. 

N E W" S ; Thursdays ; independent ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription §1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1877 ; Edgar M. Baldwin, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

C HILD'S GOLDEN VOICE; monthly; 
juvenile ; eight pages : size of page 14x22 ; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1885; G. P. 
Riley, eilitor and publisher. 

FARMLAND, Bandolph Co., D- 900 

pop., on Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati 

& Indianapolis Rd. Grain section. Best 

stock market in county. 

TI3IES ; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; Harry E. 
Manor, editor and publisher. 

FLORA, Carroll Co., u 370 pop., on 
the Terre Haute & Indianapolis Rd., 19 m. 
S. S. W. of Logansport. A large carriage 
shop here. 

FOUNTAIN CITY ENTERPRISE; 

Saturdays ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1885; Charles £. Cook, 
editor and publisher. 

FORT BRANCH, Gibson Co., p 800 

pop., on the Evansville & Terre Haute Rd., 

20 m. N. of Evansville. A graded school. 

Tile, brick making and milling. 

TELEPHONE; Fridays; four pages; 
size 22x30; subscription $1; established 1885 
Chas. W. Wei man, editor and publisher. 

FORTVILLE, Hancock Co., D 750 
pop., on C, C, C. & I. Rd., 20 m. N. of Indian- 
apolis. Sm-rounded by a fine agricultural 
district. 

SUN; Fridays ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1886 ; A. A. & A. 
E. Stuart, editors and proprietors. 

FORT WAYNE, C. H., Allen Co., ^^ 
33,000 pop., at the confluence of St. Joseph 
and St. Mary's rs., which form the Maumee. 
The Toledo & Wabash Rd. here intersects 
the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Rd. 
Four other important railroads centre here. 
One of the most important points in the 
State. Extensively engaged in manufac- 
tures of various kinds. Surrounded by a 
fine agricultural district. 

GAZETTE; everv morning except Mon- 
dav, SUNDAY GAZETTE, Sundays, and 

WEEKLY, Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription— daily $5.20, 
Sunday .$2 ; weekly $1 ; established 1863 ; 
Gazette Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation—daily G 1, Sunday G 1, weekly G 1. 

INDIANA STA ATS-Z E I T U N G ; 
every evening except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY, Tuesdays ; German ; daily— four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 22x28, weekly 
28x42; subscription— weekly $2; established 
—daily 1876, weekly 1858 ; Staats-Zeitung Co., 
editors and publishei's ; circulation — daily 
K2, weeklv J 2. 

JOURNAL ; every morning except 
Mondav, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; 
four pages ; size— daily 24x35, weekly 26x40 ; 
subscription — daily $3, weekly $1 ; estab- 
lished—daily 1881, weekly 1869; J. B. Mc- 



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Douald, editor ; Journal Company, pub- 
lishers ; circulation— daily 1 1 , weekly H 1. 

NEWS ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLiY, Fridays; independent; 
daily four pages, weekly sixteen pages ; size 
— daily 21x30, weekly ;d0x44 ; subscription — 
daily $3 ; established— daily 1874, weekly 1881 ; 
W. D. Page, editor ; Page, Taylor & Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation — daily I i , weekly K 2. 

PEOPLE; every evening; four pages; 
size 20x26; subscription $2.60; established 
1885; The People Co., editors and publishers. 

SENTINEE; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLiY, Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size — daily 22x32, weekly 
31x46: subscription — daily $4.80, weekly $1.50; 
established— daily 1860, weekly 1833 ; E. A. K. 
Hackett, editor and publisher ; circulation- 
daily H 1, weekly H 1 ; issues also theAvieri- 
can Fanner. 

DER WEL.TBU-' GER ; Thursdays; 
German ; cath<jlic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $2 ; A, T. Bauer, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

DISPATCH; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.2i ; 
established 1878 ; J. Mitchell, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 

SUNDAY GAZETTE; (see Gazette.) 

WORLD; Saturdays; eight irages ; size 
30x44 ; subscription $1 ; established 1880 ; 
Clarence Cook, editor and iiublisher. 

A3IERICAN FAR3IER ; monthly ; 

agricultural ; six- 
teen pages ; size of 
page 10x12; sub- 
scription .$1 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; E. A. K. 
Hackett, editor and 
1 lublisher ; circula- 
tion D 1; issues also 
the Sentinel. 

JOT UNA L OF THE I^IEDICAL 
SCIENCES; quarterly; medical; ninety 
pages octavo ; subscription $1 ; established 
1881 ; C. B. Stemeu, M. D., editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

I>IETHODLST PULPIT AND PEW; 
quarterly ; methodist ; eighty -six pages oc- 
tavo ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1885 ; 
W. O. Pierce, D. D., managing editor; 
Methodist Centennial Co., publishers. 

FOWIiER, C. H., Benton Co., -n 967t 
pop., on Rd., in centre of county, mid- 
w^ay between Chicago and Indianapolis. 
Soil especiallj' adapted to agricultural and 
stock-raising pursuits. 

BENTON REVIEW; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages; size 30x44; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1875 ; D. J. Eastburn, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

ERA ; Thursdays ; republican ; eight pages ; 
size :30x46; subscription $1.50; established 
1873 ; G. W. Mellish, editor and publislier ; cir 
culation K 1. 

FRANKFORT, C. H., Clinton Co., n 

5,10U pop., on Terre Haute & Logansport 

branch of Terre Haute & Indianapolis Rd. 

and the Toledo, Cincinnati & St. Louis and 

Lake Erie & Western and the Indianapolis 

and Chicago Air Line Rds., 36 m. from 

Logansport, 43 from Indianapolis, 26 from 

Lafayette, and 79 from Terre Haute. In a 

fine farming district. 

CRESCENT ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1851 ; E. H. Staley, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 2. 
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size 31x44; subscription $1.50; established 
1885 ; B. F. Palmer, editor and ]jublisher ; 
issues also the Indianian. 

INDIANIAN ; Fridays; patrons of hus- 
bandry ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription. 
$1 ; established 1883; B. F. Palmer, editor and 
publisher; circulation K2; Issues also the 
Democrat. 

SATURDAY BANNER; Saturdays; 
and WEDNESDAY BANNER ; Wed- 
nesdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; 
subscription $1 each ; established— Saturday 
1854, Wednesday 1885; Joseph B. Cheadle, 
editor and publisher ; circulation Saturday 
Banner J 1 . 

TIMES: Saturdays; eight pages; .size 
30x44 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 1877 ; 
Hamilton & Fowler, editors and publishers ; 
circulation J ] . 

WEDNESDAY BANNER; (see Satur- 
day Banner.) 

FRANKLIN, C. H., Johnson Co., u 
3,116+ pop., on JefEersonville, Madison & In- 
dianapolis Rd., at intersection of Cincin- 
nati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago and 
Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Rds., 20- 
m. from Indianapolis. Surrounded by a 
rich agricultural district. 

HERALD ; every evening except Sun- 
day ; four pages ; size 15x20 ; established 
1881 ; F. C. Williams, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2 . 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic;, 
eight pages; .size :50x44; subscription $1.65; 
established 1859 ; Luther Short, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

JACK.SONIAN; Saturdays; democratic;, 
eight pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1883 ; M. R. Slater, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

JEFFERSONIAN ; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1845; Henry Holt, editor ; 
Henrj' Holt & Co., publishers ; circulation J 1 . 

FRANKTON, Madison Co., n 55a 
pop., on Pijje Creek, and on the Pittsburgh^ 
Cincinnati & St. Louis Rd. Various manu- 
factories. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays ; eight pages; 
.size 26x40; subscription $1; established 1885;: 
Calvin Goss, editor and publisher. 

GALVESTON, Cass Co., 6 350 pop.^ 
on the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis 
Rd., 16 m. S. S. E. of Logansport. A pump 
factory and graded school are located here. 

TI3IES; Fridays; four pages; size 26x40; 
subscription $1; established 1884; I. N.Bell, 
editor and publisher. 

GARRETT, T)e Kalb Co., cf 2,000 pop.^ 
on the B. & O. Rd. Location of the B. & O. 
Rd. shops. 

CLIPPER; Thursdays; four pages; size 
26x40 ; established 1S85 ; Hank and Jack Little,, 
editors and publishers. 

HERALD ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
eight pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; 
established 1877; Otho J. Powell, editor and 
puljlishor ; circulation L2. 

GENEVA, Adams Co., iif 700 pop., on 

Grand Rapids & Indiana Rd., 10 m. N. of 
Portland. Produces large quantities of 
timber. 

ENTERPRISE: Fridays; eight pages; 
size 22x:<2; subscription $1; established 1885; 
E. A. Phillips, editor and ])Ublisher. 

GOODLAND, ^''ewton Co., ti 628t 
pojj., on P., C. & St. Louis Rd., 40 m. N. W. of 



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Lafayette and 48 W. of Logansport. Sur- 
rounded by a rich grain-Ki"owing district. 

SATURDAY HERALD ; Saturdays; 
neutral ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1877 ; A. J. Kitt, editor 
and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

GOSHEN, C. H., Elkhart Co., [^ 6,000 
p(^., on the Elkhart r., at the Intersection 
of the Northern Indiana Air Line with the 
Cincinnati, Wabash & Michigan Rd. The 
centre of a rich agricultural district, pos- 
sessing good water power, which is exten- 
sively employed in manufacturing. 

NEWS ; every evening except Sunday ; 
and WEEKL.Y, Fridays; independent; 
daily four pages ; weekly eight pages : size — 
daily 22x:^; weekly 30x44; subscription — daily 
$5.20, weekly $1.50; established— daily 1883, 
weekly 1877 ; News Printing Co., editors and 
publishers : circulation— daily K 1, weekly I 1 . 

DEMOCRAT ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2 ; established 1837 ; William A. Beane, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

TIMES ; Thursdays ; republican ; eight 
pages; size 36x48; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 18.56; Dr. H. J. Beyerle, editor; H. J. 
Beyerle & Son, publishers; circulation J 2. 
1^^ Actual average circulation for one year 
jjreceding Nov. 16, 1885, as per statement on 
file at the office of the American Newspaper 
Directory, 1,805 copies. 

GOSPORT, Oiven Co., -a 800 pop., 44 
m. from Indianapolis, at the junction of 
Indianapolis & Vincennes and Louisville, 
New Albany & Chicago Rds. Agriculture 
and stone quarrying are the principal in- 
dustries. 

TRI-CO. REPORTER; Fridays ;inde 
pendent ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1884 ; W. W. Briton, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

GRAND VIEW, Spencer Co., JJ 1,200 
pop., on Ohio r., 6 m. above Rockport and 
145 below Louisville. Has flouring mill, 
stave, spoke and lath mill, and large to- 
bacco house. 

MONITOR; Thiu-sdays ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 1866 ; 
W. E. Knight, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion L2. 

GREENCASTLE,C.H.,PMf7i«m Co., 
-a 3,644+ pop. (.with suburbs, 5,000), on Indian- 
apolis & St. Louis and St. Louis, Vandalia, 
Tei-re Haute & Indianapolis Rds., at inter- 
section of Louisville, New Albany & Chicago 
Rd., 39 m. W. of Indianapolis and 200 S. of 
Chicago. A rich and populous agricultural 
district and centre of a large trade and 
manufacturing industries. Seat of De 
Pauw University. 

BANNER; Thursdays ; republican ; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1849 ; Geo. J. Langsdale, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1. 

PUTNAM DEMOCRAT; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; establi>hed 1884; Howard Briggs, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

STAR-PRESS; Saturdays ; eight pages ; 
size 28x42 ; subscription $1 ; established 1858 ; 
Frank A. Arnold, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation 1 1. 

TIMES ; Thui-sdays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.2.^ ; estab- 
lished 1881 ; A. A. Smith,editor and publisher ; 
circulation .J 1. 



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DE PAUW MONTHLY; thirty-eight 
pages octavo ; subscription $1 ; established 
1878 ; the Literary Societies of De Pauw Uni- 
versity, editors and publishers ; circulation 
L 2 ; a college paper ; Issued during the col- 
legiate year. 

GREENFIELD, C.H.,J3a7icocA; Co., a 
2,750 pop., on the Chicago, St. Louis & Pitts- 
burgh and proposed line of new North and 
South Rds., 20 m. E. of Indianapolis. En- 
gaged in manufacturing furniture and 
various other articles. Several saw and 
flouring mills. The centre of a good farm- 
ing district. 

HANCOCK DEMOCRAT ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x41 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1858 ; Wm. Mitch- 
ell, editor and publisher ; circulation J 2. 

HANCOCK JEFFERSONIAX; Sat- 
urdays ; four nages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1878 ; R. J. Strickland, editor 
and publisher; circulation J 2. 

REPUBLICAN; Saturdaj-s ; republi- 
can ; eight pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1880; Cyrus T. Nixon, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 2 . 

HOME AND SCHOOL VISITOR ; 

monthly ; juvenile ; thirty-two pages ; size 
of page 7x10 ; subscription 75 cents ; estab- 
lished 1881 : D. H. Goble, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation F 2. 

GREENSBURG, C. H., Decatur Co., 

Q, 4,000 pop., on Cincinnati, Indianapolis, 
St. Louis & Chicago, Vernon, Greensburg & 
Rushville and Columbia, Hope & Greens- 
burg Rds., 46 m. from Indianapolis. En- 
gaged in milling and manufactiu'ing, and 
surrounded by an extensive agricultural 
region. Extensive stone quarries are lo- 
cated here. 

NEW ERA ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1868; W. A. Donnell, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

SATURDAY REVIEW ; Saturdays; 
republican ; eight pages ; size 30x43 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1879 ; Montgomery & 
Willoughby, editoi's and publishers ; circula- 
tion J 1 . 

STANDARD ; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1835 ; J. J. Hazelrigg & Son, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1 . 

HAGERSTOWN, Wayne Co., a- 950 
pop., on the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. 
Louis and the White Water Rds. Has a num- 
ber of flouring mills and is quite a grain- 
shipping point. 

EXPONENT; Wednesdays; independ- 
ent four pages ; size 24x36: subscription $1 ; 
established 1876; H. J. Day, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2 ; issues also the Wayne 
Farmer. 

WAYNE FARMER; monthly ; agricul- 
tural ; four pages ; size 13x18 ; subscription 
25 cents ; established 1883 ; H. J. Day, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 2 ; issues also the 
Exponent. 

HAMMOND, I^alce Co., \j 3,500 pop., 
on Gi'and Calumet r., and four railroads, 
20 m. E. of Chicago, 111. Has a distillery, 
steel spring works and chemical works ; 
also lai'ge slaughter house and carriage and 
syrup factories. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $1.50 ; established 1880; A. 
A. Winslow, editor and publisher; circula- 



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tion K l : editions are also issued and dated 
at Hobart anti Lowell. 

HANOVER, Jefferson Co., O, 400 pop., 

on X. bank of Ohio r. Seat of Hanover 

College. Engaged in manufacturing shoes 

and various other articles. 

MONTHLY; thirty-two pages ; size of 
page 9x11; subscription .$1.50 ; established 1883; 
students' senior class of Hanover College, 
editors and publishers ; circulation L 2 ; a 
college paper; issued during the collegiate 
year. 

HARTFORD CITY, C. YL., Black- 
ford Co., n- 2,000 pop., at crossing of Chi 
cago, St. Louis and Pittsburgh, and Fort 
Wayne, Cincinnati & Louisville Rds., 75 m. 
from Indianapolis, 175 from Chicago, 130 
from Cincinnati, 47 from Fort Wayne. A 
large hub and spoke factory is here ; also 
several other nianu factories. 

TEIiEGRA3I; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 26x40 ; subscription S1.50 ; established 
1876 ; S. M. Briscoe, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 1. 

TT3IEf^ ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
24x;i5 ; subscription SI. 50 ; established 1885 ; 
Huffman & Geisler, editors and publishers. 

HOBART, Lake Co., [if 1,000 pop., 33 
ni. from Chicago, on the Fort Wayne & Chi- 
cago and '•Nickle Plate" Rds. Farming 
and brick-making are the principal indus- 
tries. 
TRIBUNE ; (see Hammond.) 

HOPE, Bartholomew Co., p 1,100 pop., 
on line of Columbus, Hope & Greensburg 
Ed. A thriving town. 

NEWS- J O i: RN A L, ; Thursdays ; f our 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription §1.00 ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; D. B. Baldwin, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

NORMAL, INSTRUCTOR; monthly; 
eight pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 50 cents ; 
established 1884; members of the Normal 
Pedagogical Institute, editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 1 ; a school paper. 

HUNTINGBURGH, Dubois Co., p 
2,500 pop., on the Louisville, Evansville & 
St. Louis Rd. and the Evansville branch of 
the same, 48 m. N.E. from Evansville and 75 
S. from Louisville. Engaged in manufac- 
tures, agi'iculture and coal mining. 

ARGUS; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 

26x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 1881 ; 
C. C Slireeder, editor and publlslier ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 26x4ii; subscription .SI. OO; estab- 
lished 1885; Independent Publisliiiig Co., pub- 
lishers : Rol)ert H. Scliley, editor. 

SIGNAL; Thursdays; German; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1867; E. Pickhardt, editor 
and publislier ; circulation .12. 

HUNTINGTON, C. H., Huntington 
Co., cf 6,500 pop., on Wabash r., and the Tole 
do, Wabash & Western and Chicago & At- 
lantic Rds., and the Wabash & Erie Canal, 24 
m. from Fort Wayne. Actively engaged in 
manufactures. Produces great quantities 
of me. 

EVENING HERALD s every evening 
except Sunday, and INDIANA HER- 
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pages, weekly eight pages ; size — daily 22x31, 
weeklj' 3Ux44 ; subscription — weekly $2 ; 
established— daily 1882, weekly 1848; E. O. 
Mohler, editor; Herald Printing Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation — tlally L 2 , weekly .J 1 . 

NEWS ; everi' evening except Sunday; four 
pages; size 22x30; subscription .$4; estab- 
lished 1882 ; D. B. Hoover, editor and publish- 
er; circulation LI. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 2Sx44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1858 ; 
William R. Emery, editor ; Emery & Biliter, 
publisliers ; circulation J 1 . 

INDIANA HERALD; (see Evening 
Herald. ) 

NEWS-EXPRESS; Saturdays; eight 
pages : size 30x44 ; established 1878 ; Butler & 
Lucas, editors and publishers. 

IDAVILLE, White Co., tl 375 pop., 

on the Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Rd 

Engaged in lumbering. 

INDEPENDENT : Thursdays ; eight 
pages ; size 26x4u ; established 1885 ; Mell F. 
Pilling, editor and publisher. 

INDIANAPOLIS, C. H., Marion 

Co., D Statecapital,75,056t pop., on Whiter., 

geographical centre of State, 115 m. from 

Cincinnati, 110 from LouisvUle, 240 from St. 

Louis, 194 from Chicago. The centering 

point of thirteen important railroads, and 

in a rich and fertile district, having an 

immense trade. 

EVENING MINUTE: every evening 
except Sundav ; four pages ; size 21x28 ; sub- 
scription, .§2.50; established 1884; Joseph E. 
Cobb and Enimett J. Hammer, editors ; The 
Evening Minute Co., publishers. 

INDIANA TRIBUNE; every even- 
ing except Sundav, and SUNDAY, and. 
WEEKLY. Fridays; German ; daily and 
weekly four pages, Sunday eight pages ; size— 
dailv and weekly •23x34, Sunday 36x48: sub- 
scription—daily §6.24, weekly $2 ; established 
1878; Tribune Publishing Co.. editors and 
publishers ; circulation— daily J 1, Sunday J 1, 
weekly .J 2. 

JOURNAL ; every morning except Sun- 
day, INDIANA STATE JOURNAL, 
Wednesdays ; and SUNDAY JOURNAL, 
Sundays ; republican ; eight pages ; size of 
page 15x21 ; subscription — daily, including 
Sunday .$14; without Sunday §12. Sunday $2, 
weekly .$1 ; established— daily 18"2:B, weekly 
1818 ; John C. New & Son, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation — daily G 1, weekly Fl, 
Sunday H 1. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
independent ; four pages ; size 24x38 ; sub- 
scription S6 ; established 1869 ; John H. Holli- 
day & Co., editors and publishers ; circ'n F 2. 
^;^" Actual averagi' circxdation for one year 
preceding Nov. 1. 18.S5, as per statement on file 
at the ojfice of the American Newspaper Di- 
rectory, il.sifi co/>ies. 

SENTINEL; everv morning, except Sun- 
dav. SUNDAY SENTINEL. Sundays and 
IN^DIANA STATE SENTINEL, 
Wednesdays; democratic ; daily and weekly 
eight pages ; Sunday twelve pages; size— daily 
32x44, weekly :i5x46, Sunday (size of page) 
18x2^3; subscription — daily, including Sunday 
$12, without Sunday -SlO, weekly $1, Sunday 
,$2; established 1832; Indianapolis Sentinel 
Co., edit<n-sand publishers ; circ'n— <laily G 1, 
Sunday F 1 . weekly E 1. 

TELEGRAPH: every morning, and 
I N D I A N A VOLKSBLATT UND 
TELE<;RAPI1, Saturdays; German ; in- 
dependent ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages : size— daily 26x40, weekly 34x47 ; sub- 
scnption— ilaily $10, weekly $2 ; established 
—daily 1865, weekly 1848; Gutenberg Co., edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation— dailj- II, 
weeklv H 2.; issue also the Spottvogel. 

TI.VlES; every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdavs ; daily four pages, weekly 



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eight pages, Suntlaj' twelve aud sixteen 
pages ; size— dally 24x34, weekly 35x48, Sun- 
day size 35x48 ; subscription— daily, Including 
Sundav $8, witliont Sunday $(i, weeicly $1, 
Sunday $2 ; establislied 1881 ; W. R. Hollo- 
way, editor : Indianai)olls Times Co., publish- 
ers; circ'n— dailv G 2, weekly V 1 , Sunday ¥ 2. 

BULIiETIX ; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 2lxoO; subscription $3.65; establislied 
1860; T. G. Harrison, editor and publisher. 

C R O W N OF «L.ORY ; Saturdays ; 
evangelical: four pages; size 19x26; subscrip- 
tion $1: established 1879; G. Haines, editor 
and publisher ; does not insert advertise- 
ments. 

DIE C; LOCKE; Thursdays; German; 
catholic ; eit;lit pages ; size 30x34 ; subscrip- 
tion S2; established 18-3; Feldhaus & Schro- 
nenberger. editors and publishers ; circ'n I 2 . 

FREE M A X ; Thursdays : political re- 
form ; eight pages; size of page 9x12; sub- 
scription $1; established 1884; Louis Howland- 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; establislied 1883 ; subscrip 
tiou S2.60 ; L. G. Dynes, editor ; J. A. Dynes, 
publisher ; circulation J 2 

H E R A Li D ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; 
size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1872 ; 
J. C. Ochiltree, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation I 2 . 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays ; eight 
pages; size :30x44 : subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1882 ; Sol. Hathaway, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation H 2. 

INDIANA BAPTIST; Thursdays; 
baptist ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.25 ; established 1881 ; Rev. G. H. Elgin, edi- 
tor ; G. H. Elgin & U. M. Ghaille, publishers ; 
circulation 6 1. 

INDIANA FARMER; Saturdays; agri- 
cultural ; twenty pages ; .size of page 11x15 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1866 ; Indiana 
Farmer Co., editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion C 1. 

INDIANA PHATiANX ; Thursdays; 
prohibition ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1885; J. G. L. Myers, 
editor ; Indiana Phalanx Co., publishers ; cir- 
culation K 2. 

INDIANA STATE JOURNAL; (see 
Journal.) 

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL.; (see 
Sentinel.) 

INDIANA TRADE REVIEW ; Sat 
urdays ; four pages ; size 2ux44 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1883: "Will Rose, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

INDIANA VOLiKSBLiATT UND 
TELEGRAPH; (see Telegraph.) 

JERSEY BULiLETIN ; Wednesdays ; 
breeding of Jersey cattle; sixteen pages; size 
of page 9x12; subscription $2.50; D. H. Jen- 
kins, editor and publisher; circulation J 2. 

LABOR SIGNAL; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription 50 cents ; es- 
tablished 1881 ; the Central Labor Union, edi- 
tors and publishers. 

LEA D E R : Wednesdays ; four pages ; 
size 22x:i5 ; subscription $1 ; established 1886 ; 
E. Hutchins. editor and publisher. 

MONROE'S IRON-CLAD AGE; Sat- 
urdays ; anti-religious ; eight pages ; size 
30x4;^ ; subscription $2.50 ; established 1850 ; 
J. R. Monroe, M. D., editor and publisher; 
circulation I 1 . 

NE\V RECORD; Thur.sdays : ca- 
tholic ; eight pages ; size 28x42 ; subscrip- 
tion S2; established 1883; Richard Butler, 
editor and publisher ; circulation H 2. 

PEOPLE; Saturdays ; independent ; eight 
pages ; size 32x48 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1870 ; Enos B. Reed, editor aud pub- 
lisher ; circulation H 2. 

SCISSORS ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; 
size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; established 1883 ; 
Scissors Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers : circulation I 2 . 

SPOTTVOGEL ; Sundays; German; 
comic ; eight pages ; size 30x42 ; subscription 

$2; es ~ . - 

lishers 
graph. 



*, established 1866; Gutenberg Co., pub- 
circulation Gl.; issue also the Tele- 



INDIANA^ 



(see Journal.) 
(see Sentinel.) 
Times.) 
(see Indiana 



SUNDAY JOURNAL; 
SUNDAY SENTINEL 
SUNDAY Tl >IES ; (see 
SUNDAY TRIBINE 

Tribune. ) 

VETERANS' REVIEW; Saturdays; 
four pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 60 cents ; 
established 1881 ; Hardesty, Erwiu & Co., edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation K 2. 

AVE STERN SPORTSMAN AND 
LIVE STOCK NE WS ; Saturdays ; 
sporting; horse raising; sixteen pages; size 
of page 11x15; subscription $2; established 
1878 ; N. A. Randall, editor aud publisher ; 
circulation 12. 

WORLD; Saturdays ; eight pages: size 
26x40; established 1882; subscription $1.50; 
World Publishing Co.. editors and publishers; 
circulation J 1 ; oj-Kan of colored people. 

ORGANIZER ; .semi-monthly; temper- 
ance; eight pages; size of page 11x14; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; established 1883; Miss L. 
E, Reed, editor and publisher ; circulation 
K2. 

STAR AND CROWN; semi-monthly; 
unsectarian ; sixteen pages ; size of page 
12x15; subscription $\ ; established 1882; E. .1. 
Scott and Elwood Scott, editors; Morning 
Star Publishing Co., publishers ; circulation 
H 2 ; address all communications to West 
Milton, X)hio. 

SWINE BREEDERS' JOURNAL ; 
semi-monthly ; live stock ; sixteen pages ; 
size of page 9x12 ; subscription $1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Win. H. Morris, editor ; Morris 
Printina: Co., publishers ; circulation I 2 . 

CHURCH WORKER ; monthly ; piot- 
estant episcopal ; eight pages ; size 19x25 ; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; established 1884 ; Rev. W. 
W. Ravmond, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion 12. 

CLAY WORKER; monthly ; com- 
mercial; mechanical; thirty -two pages ; size 
of page 9x12 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1884 ; T. A. Randall, editor and publisher ; cir- 
ctilation H 2. 

DRAINAGE AND FARM JOUR- 
NAL; monthly; agricultural; mechanical; 
eighty-four pages octavo ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1879 ; J. J. W. Billingsley, editor 
and ptiblisher ; circulation I 2 . 

EVANGELIST; monthly; methodist ; 
thirty-five pages octavo ; subscription $1.25 ; 
established 1880; J. H. C. McKinnly, editor 
and ptiblisher. 

FANCIERS' GAZETTE; monthly; 
poultry raising : thirty-six pages ; -size of page 
8x11 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 1883 ; 
B. N. Pierce, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion J 1. 

GOSPEL TRUTH ; monthly; advent; 
four pages ; size 18x25 ; subscription 50 cents ; 
established 1883; G. R. Sturgeon, editor; Gos- 
pel Truth Publishing Co., publishers ; does 
not insert advertisements. 

INDIANA ECLECTIC MEDICAL 
JOURNAL ; monthly; medical; forty-six 
pages octavo ; subscription $1 ; established 
1883; G. W. Pickerill, M. D., editor and pub- 
lisher. 

INDIANA MEDICAL JOURNAL; 
monthly ; medical ; forty-four pages ; size of 
page 7x10 ; subscription $1 ; established 1881 ; 
P. C. Ferguson, M. D., and A. W. Brayton, 
M. D.. editors and iniblishers ; circ'n K 2. 

INDIANA OFFICIAL RAILAVAY 
GUIDE ; monthly ; one hundred and four 
pages ; size of page 4x9 ; established 1875 ; 
Hasselman Jotu-nal Co., editors and ptiblish- 
ers ; an advertising sheet. 

INDIANA PHARMACIST; monthly; 
pharmaceutical ; thirty-six pages ; size of 
page 8x11 ; subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; 
Jos. R. Perry, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion G 1. 

INDIANA SCHOOL JOURNAL; 
monthly ; educational ; eighty pages oc- 
tavo ; subscription $1..50 ; established 1856 ; 
W. A. Bell, editor and publisher ; circ'n G 1. 

MASONIC ADVOCATE; monthly; 
masonic; sixteen pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1868 ; Martin H. Rice, P. 
G. M., editor and publisher; circulation G 1. 



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lyilDLiAND MONTHLY; sixty pages 
octavo ; established 1881 ; Aurelius Smith, 
editor ; Frank H. Smith, publisher ; circula- 
tion H •>. 

3IIL.IiSTO>fE AND CORN MILL- 
ER ; monthly; milling; seventj-two pages ; 
size of page 9x12 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1875; D. H. Ranck, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation G 1. 

MISSIONARY TIDINGS; monthly; 
unsectarian ; four pages; size 16x22; subscrip- 
tion 25 cents; < stablished 1883; Mrs. S. E. 
Shortridge, editor; Christian Woman's Board 
of Missions, publishers : does not insert ad- 
Tertisements. 

NATIONAL. PRESBYTERIAN; 
monthly ; presbyterian ; sixteen pages ; size 
31x43 ; subscription 75 cents ; established 1873 ; 
Rev. Charles F. Beach, editor ; Standard Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; circulation G 1 ; 
dated at Indianapolis and Louisville, Ky. ; 
Issue also the Scholars^ Moyithly. 

NORMAL TEACHER; monthly; 
educational ; sixteen pages ; size of page i)xl2 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1878 ; W. H. F. 
Henry, editor and publisher; circulation H 2. 

ODD FELLOWS' TALISMAN 
AND LITERARY JOURNAL; 
monthly ; odd fellowship ; sixty-eight pages 
octavo ; subscription $2 ; established 1868 ; B. 
F. Foster, editor ; .John Reynolds, publisher ; 
circulation G 1. 

PHYSIO -MEDICAL JOURNAL; 
monthly ; medical ; forty six pages octavo ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1874 ; George 
Hasty, M.D.. editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

PRINTER AND PUBLISHER ; 
monthly ; eighteen pages ; size of page 9x12 ; 
subscription SI ; established 1884 ; The Printer 
and Publisher Co., editors and publishers. 

PYTHIAN JOURNAL ; monthly; 
knights of pythias ; sixteen pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1874 ; A. M. Pres- 
ton & Co., editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion H 2. 

RATTAVAY STATION AGENTS' 
JOURNAL; monthly; thirty-five pages 
octavo; subscription SI ; established 1885; G. 
"W. Crafft. editor and publisher. 

ROUGH NOTES; monthly; insurance; 
thirty-four pages ; size of page 9x12 ; sub 
scription $1; established 1878; Rough Notes 
Co., editors and publishers ; circulation 1 1 . 

SCHOLARS' MONTHLY; presbyte 
rian ; twenty pages octavo ; subscription .50 
cents ; established 1876 ; Rev. Chas. F. Beach, 
editor; Standard Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation I 1 ; issue also the National 
Presbi/terian. 

SCHOOL NEWS; monthly; eight pages; 
size 22x32 ; subscription 60 cents ; established 
1881 ; Henry D. Stevens, editor and publisher ; 
circulation J 2. 

W O O D - W O R K E R ; monthly ; 
mechanical ; thirty-six pages ; size of page 
11x15; subscription SI; established 1882; 
Wood- Worker Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation G 2. 

JAMESTOWN, Boone Co., a 1,000 
pop., on the Indiana, Bloomington & West- 
ern Rd. A well-timbered country. Lum- 
bering is the principal industry. 

TRIBI^NE : Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscriptions!; establis lied 1873 ; G. 
W. Snyder, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2. 

JASPER, C. II., Dubois Co., p 1,500 
pop., on Patoka r., 70 m. from Louisville, 
Ky.. 50 m. from Evausville on LouLsville. 
Evansville & St. Louis Rd. Centre of 
trade. Engaged i>rincipally in agricultural 
pursuits. Flint, iron and coal found in 
vicinity. 

COURIER; Fridays; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription Sl.,50 ; estab- 
lished 1859 ; Clement Doaiie, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 



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TIMES ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription SI. 50 ; estab- 
lished 1876 ; J. M. Griffin, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

JEFFERSONVILLE, C. H., Clark 
Co., p 10,422 pop., on Ohio r., opposite 
Louisville, Ky., and at the terminus of 
Indianapolis & Jeffersonville Rd. Ex- 
tensively engaged in manufactures. 

EVENING NEWS; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and NATIONAL DEMO« 

CRAT, Fridays; democratic; four pages; 
size — daily 24x36, weekly 28x44 ; subscription — 
daily $5, weekly $1.25 ; established— daily 1872, 
weekly 1854 ; Reuben Dailey, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation— daily K 2, weekly K 2. 

TIMES; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays ; democratic; daily 
four pages ; weekly eight pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $1 ; established 
1880 ; Times Co., editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation—daily J 1, weekly J 2. 

NATIONAL DE3IOCRAT; (see 
Evening Xeu's.) 

JONESBORO, Grant Co., a 90O 

pop., on the Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh 

Rd., and on the Mississiuewa r. Planing 

mill, chair factory and seminary located 

here. 

GAZETTE ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
24x36; subscription $1-25; established 1885; 
Ramsaj' & Finney, editors and publishers. 

KENDALLVILLE, ^'oble Co., cf 
3,000 pop., on Air Line division of Lake 
Shore & Michigan Rd., at intersection of 
Grand Rapids & Indiana Rd., 26 m. from 
Fort Wayne and 91 from Toledo. Manu- 
factories of almost every kind and centre 
of county trade. 

NEWS; Wednesdays ; eight pages ; size 
30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1877 ; 
A. S. Parker, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2. 

STANDARD; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages; size 3.5x48; subscription $2: 
established 1863 ; J. H. Rerick and J. S. Con- 
logue, editors and imblishers: circulation J 1. 

BEE KEEPERS' (iUIDE; monthly; 
bee-culture ; thirty-two pages octavo ; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; established 1877 ; A. G. 
Hill, editor and publisher ; circulation I 1 . 

CHRISTIAN ECONOxMIST; month 
Ij' ; four pages ; size 22x:30 ; subscription 50 
cents ; established 1883 ; H. T. Buff, editor ; 
Christian Economist Publishing Co., publish- 
ers ; circulation J 1 . 

KENTLAND. C. H., Xeioton Co., tl 
1,100 pop., on third division of Pittsburgh, 
Cincinnati & St. Louis Rd., 57 m. W. of Log- 
ansport, 4 E. of Illinois State line, 90 from 
Chicago and 80 from Indianapolis. Sur- 
rounded by a rich agricultural district and 
extensively engaged in manufactures of 
various kinds. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; republican; eight 

f)ages ; size 26.x 40; suliscription .SL.tO; estab- 
ished 1866; S. A. Bramble," editor ; French & 
Bramble. )iiU)lishers ; circulation K 2. 

KEWANNA, Futtoii Co., ^ 500 pop., 
on Terre Haute & Indianapolis Rd., 20 m. 
from Logansport. A farming and cattle- 
raising district. 

HEKALD; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1883 ; 
Geo. T. Metzger, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation L2. 



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KIRKLIN, Clinton Co., n 600 pop., on 

Indianapolis & Monon branch of the Louis- 
ville, New Albany & Chicago Rd. Large 
quantities of timber and grain are shipped 
here. 

AIR LINE NEWS; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1882 ; J. Manlove, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2 ; issued sim- 
ultaneously at Kirklin, Sheridan, Westfleld, 
Carmel and Broad Ri|)i>lt>. 

KNIGHTSTOWN, Henry Co., d- 
2,000 pop., on Blue r. and the Pittsburgh, 
Cincinnati & St. Louis Rd. 34 m. from In- 
dianapolis and 36 from Richmond. Engaged 
in agricultvu'e and manufactures. Does a 
thriving trade. Good water power fur- 
nished by Blue river. 

BANNER ; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1867; Beuj. S. Parker, editor; Hunter 
Bradford, publisher ; circulation J 1. 

SUN ; Fridays ; eiglit pages ; size 22x30 ; 
subscription 5U cents ; established 1^85 ; Wal- 
lace K. Deem, editor and publisher. 

KNOX, C. H., Starke Co., b 1-800 pop., 
on Yellow r., about 6 m. from English 
Lake, and 6 E. of Kankakee r., at cross- 
ing of New York, Chicago & St. Louis Rd. 
Iron ore is very abundant in the county. 
It is also very well adapted to the cultiva- 
tion of corn, tobacco and the raising of 
stock. 

STARKE CO. ENTERPRISE; 

Thursdays ; independent ; four pages ; size 
24x36; subscription $1.50; established 1875; 
A. A. Garner, editor; H. & A. A. Garner pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2 . 

STARKE CO. EEDGER; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x;^ ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1868 ; O. Musselman, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation L 2. 

KOKOMO, C. H., Howard Co., u 7,000 
pop., on Wildcat r., at the intersection of 
the Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific with the 
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis and To- 
ledo, Cincinnati & St. Louis Rds., 54 m. from 
Indianapolis. Engaged in agriculture and 
stock-raising ; lumbering and manufactures 
carried on. 

EVENING GAZETTE-TRIBUNE ; 

every evening except Sunday, and GAZ- 
ETTE-TRIBUNE, Tuesdays ; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 22x.30 ; 
weekly 30x43 ; subscription — daily .$5.20 ; 
weekly $1.50 ; established— daily 1883. weekly 
1879 ; Hoss & Johnson, editors and publishers ; 
circulation— daily L 2 , weekly I 2 . 

DISPATCH; Thursdays; eight pages; 
size 30x44; subscription $2 ; established 1870; 
J. O. and H. E. Henderson, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation 1 1. 

GAZETTE-TRIBUNE; (see Evening 
Gazette-Tribune. ) 

LADOGA, Montgomery Co., -n 1,025 
pop., on Louisville, New Albany «& Chicago 
Rd., 11 m. S. E. of Crawfordsville, 40 from 
Indianapolis and Lafayette. Mercantile and 
manufacturing interests well represented. 

LiEADER ; Fridays; independent ; eight 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.25'; estab- 
lished 1880; L. Armstrong, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

NORMAL. HERALD ; monthly; edu- 
cational ; eight pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 1884 ; C. M. Lemon, 



INDIANA. 



editor and publisher; circ'n H 2. ^^"Actuat 
average circulation fur one year preceding 
Nov. 1, 1S85, as per statement on file at the 
offlce of the American Newspaper Directory, 
4,833 copiex. 

liAFAYETTE, C. H., Tippecanoe Co.y 
-a 21,481 pop., on Wabash r., and Wabash & 
Erie Canal, and Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific 
Rd.,at intersection of Louisville, New Al- 
bany & Chicago, Cincinnati, Lafayette & 
Chicago, the Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. 
Louis & Chicago, and Lake Erie & Western 
Rds. The railroad connections make it a 
centering point for the rich and populous 
agi'icultural districts surrounding it. Has 
fine steam and water power, which is exten- 
sively employed in manufactories. 

COURIER; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size— daily 26x40, weekly 
28x44 ; subscription— daily $10, weekly $2 j 
established— daily 1849, weekly 1846; T. E. 
Scantlin, editor ; Courier Co., publishers ; 
circulation — daily .1 1, weekly J 1. 

EVENING CALL ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY Saturdays ; 
eight pages ; size— daily 26x40, weekly (size 
of page) 17x2.") ; subscription — daily $5.20, 
weekly $1 ; established 1883 ; S. Vater, editor 
and publisher ; circulation — daily J 1 . 

JOURNAL; every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; republican; 
four pages ; size — daily 25x38 ; weekly 30x44 ; 
subscription— daily $6, weekly $1.20; estab- 
lished 1829; Journal Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation — daily J 1 , weekly J 1 . 

Bl^LLETIN ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 28x44; subscription $1..50; established 
1885; Bulletin Co., editors and publishers. 

COMET; Saturdays; eight pages; size 
31x44; subscription .SI. 75; established 1885 j 
Orth Harper Stein, editor and publisher. 

DER DEUTSCHE AMERIKAN- 
ER ; Fridays ; German ; four pages ; size 
27x41 ; subscription $2..50 ; established 1875 ; 
Francis Johnson, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

DISPATCH ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1869 ; Wm. B. Dobelbower, editor 
and publisher; circulation .J 1. 

HOME JOURNAL ; Thursdays; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1871 ; L. R. Thompson & Sons, editors 
and publishers ; circulaiion G 1. 

SUNDAY LEADER; Sundays; inde- 
pendent ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1874; C .T. Williams, edi- 
tor ; Gordon & Williams, publishers ; circu- 
lation I 2 . 

SUNDAY TIMES ; Sundays; indepen- 
dent : four pages ; size .30x.50 ; subscription 
$2; established 1879; John S. Williams and 
Fred'k S. Williams, editors ; circulation H 2. 

COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER? 
semi-monthly ; commercial ; sixteen pages ; 
size of page 11x13; subscription .$1; estab- 
lished 1885 ; T. N. French, editor and publisher. 

ECHO; monthly; sixteen pages ; size of 
page 11x15 ; subscription .50 cents ; established 
1884 ; J. F. Kinsey, editor ; Echo Musical Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers ; circulation I 2 . 

PURDUE; monthly; twenty-four pages ; 
size of page 9x12 ; subscription .$1 ; estab- 
lished 1882; Literary Societies of Purdue Uni- 
versity, editors and publishers ; circ'n L 2 ; a 
college paper ; issued during the collegiate 
year. 

LA GRANGE, C. H., La Grange Co., ^ 
3,000 pop., on Grand Rapids & Indiana Rd., 
46 m. N. of Fort Wayne and 100 W. of Toledo, 
94 S. of Grand Rapids and 130 E. of Chicago. 
Engaged in agriculture and manufacturing. 
DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic 



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four pages ; size 28x44 ; siibsciiption $1.50 ; 
established 1879 ; J. Frank Suj'der, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

REGISTER ; Wednesdaj's ; independ- 
ent ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
§1.50; established 1874; J. C. Hewitt, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

STANDARD; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages ; size 36x4S ; subscription §2 ; 
established 1857 ; John H. Rerick, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1. ^;^^Acti(al aver- 
age circulation for one year preceding Nov. 
26, 1885, as per statement onflle at the office of 
the American Newspaper Directory, 1,3(>4 
eojries. 

I.A PORTE, C. H., La Porte Co., \2 
9,115 pop., on Chicago & West Michigan and 
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Rds, at 
crossing of W., St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 59 
m. from Chicago. Extensively engaged in 
manufactiu'es. 

BEE ; every evening except Sundaj^; four 
pages ; size 16x22 ; subscription .$7.30 ; estab- 
lished 1885; R. W. H. Burroughs & Bro , editors 
and publishers. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 27x44 ; subscription ,§2 ; establish- 
ed 1869; H. E. Wadsworth, editor; Wads- 
worth & Kessler, publishers ; circulation J 1. 
HER ALD-CHRONICIiE; Thursdays; 
republican ; eight pages ; size 35x48 ; sub- 
scription S2 ; established 1874: La Porte Print- 
ing Co., editors and publishers ; circ'n J 2. 

J O U R N A Li ; Fridays ; Grerman ; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages ; size 34x46 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1877 ; Henry Goodmann, edi- 
tor; La Porte Journal Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation I 1 . 

SHORTHAND BUSINESS JOUR- 
NAL; quarterly ; phonography ; eight pages; 
size 18x24 ; established 1884 ; John B. Holmes, 
editor and publisher ; a school advertising 
sheet. 

LiAUREL, Franklin Co., D- 670 pop., 

on White Water r. and White Water Rd., 57 

ni. from Cincinnati. Stone shipping point. 

Does business also in lumber and staves. 

REVIEW' ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
22x32; subscription $1.50; established 1876; 
■John 0"Hair, editor and publisher. 

LAWRENCEBURGH, C.H., 

Dearborn Co., P^ 5,000 pop., on Ohio r., 22 m. 
from Cincinnati. On Ohio & Mississippi 
and the Indianapolis «& Cincinnati Rds. ; 
is largelj' engaged in manufacturing fur- 
niture, coffins, stoves and distilled liquors. 

PRESS; Thiu'sdays; republican; eight 
pages; size 30x44; sub.scription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1854 ; J. E. Larimer, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

REGISTER ; Thur.sdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size "28x44; subscription §1.. 50; es- 
tablished 1837 ; Hunter & O'Brien, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1. 

LEAVENWORTH, C. H., Craw- 
ford Co., ^ 716+ pop., on Ohlor., about 60 m. 
below Louisville, Ky. It is the shipping 
point for a considerable region. Coalmines 
are located in the vicinity. 

CRAW FORD CO. DEMOCRAT ; 

Thvirsdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 1879 ; 
Ellsworth iV Son, editors and publLshers; cir- 
culation K 2 

LEBANON, C. II., Boone Co., D 3,500 
pop., on Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis 
& Ciiicago Rd., 28 m. from Indianapolis. 
Has creamery and three large grain eleva- 
tors. 



INDIANA. 



MERCURY ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; 
C. B. 3Iock, editor and publisher, circ'n K 1. 

PATRIOT ; Thursdays ; republican ; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1856 ; S. J. Thompson, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1. 

PIONEER ; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1852 ; T. H. Harrison, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1. 

LEESVILLE, Laiorence Co., g 125 

pop., 6 m. N. of Fort Ritner. Engaged in 

milling. 

GRAPHIC ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 22x30 : subscription 85 cents ; 
established 1882 ; McHenrj' Owen, editor and 
publisher. Circulation L 1 . 

LEXINGTON, Scott Co., g 700 pop., 

on Ohio & Mississippi Rd., 9 m. S. E. of 

Scottsburgh. 

SCOTT CO. JOURNAL. ; Thursdays; 
eight pages; size 26x40; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1833 ; Foster & Storen, editors and 
publishers ; cii'culation K 1. 

LIBERTY, C. H., Union Co., D- l,096t 
pop., on Cincinnati & Indianapolis Rd,, 
50 m. from Cincinnati, 70 from Indian- 
apolis and 15 from Richmond. Manufac- 
turing, trading, agriculture and stock-rais- 
ing extensivelj' carried on. 

HERALD ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
)ages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
ished 1851; C. W. Stivers, editor and pub- 

iehpr- n1vr>iilfiHnii TC •> 



Fi 

lishqr; circulation K 

UNION CO. NEWS; Fridavs; four 
pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1882; J. P. Kennedy, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

LIGONIER, ^"oble Co., cf 2,0l0t pop., 
on Elkhart r., and Air Line division of Lake 
Shore & Ittlchigan Southern Rd., 25 m. 
from Elkhart and 108 from Toledo. En- 
gaged in agriculture and various manufac- 
tures. An excellent shipping point for 
wheat and produce. 

BANNER; Thursdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 28x14 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1866; J. B. Stoll, editor; Stoll, McDonald & 
Co., publishers; circulation J 2. 

LiEADEK ; Thursd ays ; republican eight 



pages; size of page 



15x22; subscription 

price per year $1.50 ; 

established 1880; E. G. 

iiompson, editor and 




y PM publisher ; 
" tion J 1. 



circula- 



LOGANSPORT, C.H., Cass Co., ^ 
14,(XX)pop., on Wabash r. and old Wabash & 
Erie Canal, on line of Wabash, St. Louis & 
Pacific Rd.; Chicago & Richmond and Brad- 
ford & State Line division of the Chicago, 
St. Louis & Pittsburgh, also on Eel River 
Rd. and»Logansport & Terre Haute division 
and South Bend extension of Vandalia 
Rds., making it an important railroad cen- 
tre and a place of large and active trade. 
JOURNAL.; every morning, and 

WEEKLY, Saturdays; republican; daily 



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—four pages, weekly twelve pages; size- 
daily 26x40, weekly— size of page 15x22, sub- 
scription— tlaily $(>, weekly $1.50; established 
daily 187<i, weekly 1849; W. D. Pratt, pub- 
lisher; circulation— daily J 1, weekly J 2. 

PHAROS: every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; daily four pages, weeklv eight 
pages; size— tlaily 23x35, weekly 30x43, sub- 
scription — daily $6, weekly $1.50 ; estab- 
lished — daily 18T4, weeklj; 1841 ; B. F. Lou- 
thain and J. W. Barnes, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation— daily J 1, weekly I 1. 

CHRONICLE; Saturdays; independ- 
ent ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1875; Henry J. McSheehy, 
editor and publisher ; circulation H 1. 

DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG; Saturdays; 
German ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1882 ; John Day, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 1 . 

SUNDAY CRITIC; Sundays; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1884; Mrs. Sarah S. Pratt, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 2 . 

LOWELL, LaJce Co., Yl 458 pop., 
on Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Rd., 
about 12 m. S. of Crown Point. Good farm- 
ing country. 
TRIBUNE; (see Hammond.) 

MAC Y, Miami Co., q 320 pop., on the 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd. 

MONITOR ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; 

size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; 
M. Lew Engart, editor ; David O. Hoffman, 
l)ublisher. 

MADISON, C. H., Jefferson Co., r\ 
12,000 pop. (suburban pop. 4,500 additional), 
on Ohio r., at terminus of Jeffersonville, 
Madison & Indianapolis Rd., midway be- 
tween Cincinnati and Louisville. Steam- 
boats make regular trips from here to Cin- 
cinnati, Louisville and other ports on the 
Ohio and Mississippi rs. Engaged in manu- 
facturing and a shipping point for immense 
quantities of farm produce. Centre of a 
large and increasing trade. 

COURIER; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; repub- 
lican ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 24x36, weekly 32x48; subscription- 
daily $T.50, weekly $1.25 ; established— daily 
1849, weekly 1837; Courier Co., editors and 
publishers ; circulation— daily J 1, weekly I 1 . 

HERALD ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size— daily 22x32, weekly 
26x40; subscription— daily $5. weekly $1.25 ; 
established— daily 1884, weekly 1871 ; J. R. 
Cushman, editor ; M. A. Barnett, publisher ; 
cu'culation- dailj' K 2, weekly J 1. 

HANOVER MONTHLY; (see Han- 
over. ) 

SORGHUM GROWERS' GUIDE 
AND FARM JOURNAL; monthly: 
agricultural ; sixteen pages : size of page 9x12; 
subscription 50 cents ; established 1883; Alonzo 
S. Chapman editor and publisher ; clrc'n H 2. 

MARION, C. H., Grant Co., D 4,200 
pop., on Mississinewa r. and Chicago, St. 
Louis Sc Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Wabash & 
Micliigan and Toledo, Cincinnati & St. Louis 
Rds., 41 m. from Logansport. A great agri- 
cultural and fruit-growing county. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays ; republican ; 

eight pages; size ;50x44; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1867 ; Goldthwait & Sanders, editors 
and publishers : circulation J 2. 

DEMOCRAT ; Fridays; eight pages; 
size 30x44; subscription $1..50; established 



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1871 ; L. A. Wallace, editor ; S. Sawyer, pub- 
lisher; circulation .12. 

MARTINSVILLE, C. H., Morgan 
Co., n 2,350 pop., on White r. and Indian- 
apolis & Vincennes and Cincinnati, Indian- 
apolis, St. Louis & Chicago Rds., 30 m. from 
Indianapolis. Surrounded by a fine agricul- 
tural country. Engaged in manufacturing. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages; size 32x44; subscription $1.25 ; 
established 1849; Edwin W. Callis, editor; 
Miss L. O. Callis, publisher; circulation J 1, 

REPUBLICAN: Thursdays; independ- 
ent; eight pages; size 30x44; subscription 
$1.50; established 1870; J. G. Bain, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 2. 

MORGAN CO. TEACHER; monthly ; 
educational ; twenty pages ; size of page 
7x11; subscription 75 cents; establishe.l 1885; 
James H. Henry and G. W. Pearce, editors 
and publishers. 

MICHIGAN CITY, La Porte Co., \j 
10,300 pop., on Lake Michigan (of which it 
is the only harbor in the State) and 
on Michigan Central Rd.,56 m. E. of Chi- 
cago ; also the terminus of Louisville, 
New Albany & Chicago and Ind., Peru and 
Chicago div. of Wabash Rd. Extensively- 
engaged in manufacturing, lake commerce 
and the lumber trade, ranking second to 
Chicago as a lumber market on the chain of 
lakes. 

EVENING DISPATCH; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and DISPATCH, 
Thursdays ; democratic ; daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 22x30, weekly 
34x48 ; subscription— daily $6, weeklv $2 ; es- 
tablished—daily 1880, weekly 1879 ; Harry H. 
Francis and J. B. Faulknor, editors ; H. H. 
Francis, publisher ; circulation — daily K 2, 
weekly J 2. 
DISPATCH; (see Evening Dispatch.) 
ENTERPRISE; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages ; size 32x44 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1857 ; Lew Morrill, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

MIDDLEBURY, Elkhart Co., ^ 600 

pop., 6 m. S. of M. S. & L. S. Rd. Has 

several fine schools and a number of small 

manufactories. 

RECORD; Thursdays; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $1.50; established 1878; 
Will E. Grose, editor ; Mather & Grose, pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

MIDDLETOWN, Henry Co., D- 675 
pop., on the Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsbm-gh 
Rd. Manufacturing is the principal in 

dustry. 

NEWS; Fridays; eight pages; size 22x31; 
subscription $1.25; established 1885; G. W. 
Rodecap, editor and publisher. 

MILROY, Jiush Co., n- 450 pop., on 
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chi- 
cago Rd., 12 m. from Rushville. Grain 
growing extensively carried on. 

TIMES; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
22x32 ; subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; C. 
F. Pollitt, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2. 

MISHAWAKA, St. Joseph Co., ^ 
3,300 pop., on St. Joseph r. and Lake Shore 
& Michigan Southern and Chicago & Grand 
Trunk Rds., 4 m. from South Bend and 89 
from Chicago. Engaged in manufacturing. 
ENTERPRISE; Fridays; republican; 



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four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription §1.50 ; es- 
tablislied 1855; Ed. A. Jernegan, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1. 

MITCHELiL , Lawrence Co., P l,439t 
pop., at intersection of Ohio & Mississippi 
Rd. with Louisville, New Albany & Chicago 
Rd., 61 m. from New Albany, 126 W. of Cin- 
cinnati. Has a bank, graded school and 
various manufactories. 

C03I3IERCTAL.; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x35; subscription 
SI ; established 1865 ; J. V. Smith and J. M. 
Crook, editors and publishers ; circ'n K 1. 

NEWS; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 22x31 ; subscription §1 ; estab- 
lished 18^5 ; B. A. Biggs, editor and publisher. 

NOR3IAL. QUARTERLY; educa 
tional ; eight pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
115 cents ; established 1882 ; W. E. Lugenbeel, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 1 . 

MONON, White Co., ^1,700 pop., on 

the Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Rd. 

Railroad shop and round-house are situated 

here, and afford employment to several 

hundred men. 

DISPATCH; Fridays ; independent ; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription S1.50 ; 
established 1884; Chas. S. Downing & Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation L2. 

MONROEVILLE, ^Ueii Co., cf 1,000 
pop., on Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago 
Rd., 16 m. S. E. of Fort Wayne. Agi-icul- 
tural section. 
BREEZE ; Thursdays ; four pages ; 

size 24x36; subscription $1.25; established 

1869 ; John D. Allegar, editor and publisher ; 

circulation L 2 . 

MONTICELLO, C. H., White Co., t) 
1,193+ pop., on Chicago, St. Louis & Pitts- 
burgh and Louisville. New Albany & Chi- 
cago Rds., and Tippecanoe r., 25 m. N. of La- 
fayette and 21 W. of Logansport, Has fine 
water power, which is extensively em- 
ployed in manufactures. 
HER A LD ; Thursdays ; republican; eight 
.ages; size 31x44; subscription §1.50; estab- 
ished 1862 ; Huff & Van Buskirk, editors and 
publisiiers ; circulation .1 1 . 

NATIONAL.; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 22x130; subscription $1.50; established 
1878; J. C. Smith, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 2. 

WHITE CO. DE>IOCRAT; Fridays; 
democratic : four pages ; size 28x44 ; sub- 
scription §1.50; established 1882; Clark & 
Botherock, editors and publishers; circ'n K 2. 

MOORESVILLE,M'or^a« Co.,D 1,200 

pop., on Indianapolis & Vincennes Rd., 16 

m. from Indianapolis ; an agricultural and 

horticultural conununity. 

MONITOR; Fridays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription §1-25; established 1880; 
W. A. Hunt, editor; Monitor Publishing Co., 
publishers; circuhitioii L2. 

MOUNT VERNON, C. H.. Posey 
Co., P 5,.500 pop., on Ohio r., 15 m. above the 
mouth of Wabash r. and about 18 below 
Evansville. A place of considerable trade 
and river commerce. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages : size :50x44 : subscription §1 ; es- 
tablished 1867 ; AllK'rt A. Sparks, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1. 

RIGHTS OF 3IA\ : Tuesdays; four 
pages ; size 20x28 ; subscription §1 ; estab- 



?i 



lished 1885 ; Arthur C. Everett, editor and 
publisher. 

SUN; Fridays; republican; four pages; 
size 26x40 ; established 1879 ; James M. Barter, 
editor and publisher ; circulation J 2. 

WESTERN STAR; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1877 ; Leffel & Williams, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

MUNCIE, C. H., Delaware Co., n- 7,000 
pop., on White r., at the intersection of the 
Indianapolis division of the Cleveland, 
Columbus, Cincinnati & Indianapolis Rd. 
with the Fort Wayne, Cincinnati & Louis- 
ville Rd., and on Lake Erie & Western Rd., 
&4 m. from Indianapolis, 100 from Cincinnati 
and 65 from Fort Wayne. Engaged in mill- 
ing and agricultural produce. Has the 
largest bagging factory in the 'United 
States. An excellent point for all kinds of 
manufactures. 

NEWS ; every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEK.IjY, Thursdays; four pages; size- 
daily 22x30, weekly 28x44; subscription— 
dailj' .$5, weekly §1 ; established — daily 1878, 
weekly 1872; Chas. F. W. Neely, editor and 
publisher; circulation — daily K 2, weekly J 2. 

ADVERTISER; Saturdays; four pages ; 
size 20x26; established 188U; A. C. Stouder, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

DEMOCRAT -HERALD; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1871 ; L. A. Kirkwood, 
editor ; Davis & McKillip, publishers ; circu- 
lation .] 2. 

SATURDAY PINK; Fridays; four 
pages ; size 20x26 ; established 1885 ; Garst & 
Perkins, editors and publishers. 

TIMES; Thursdays; republican: eight 

ages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
ished 1861 ; John F. Wilman, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 2. 



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NAPPANEE, Elkhart Co., q 1,200 

pop., on B. & O. Rd., 97 m. E. of Chicago. 

Lumbering and manufacturing carried on. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; independent ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription §1.50; estab- 
lished 1879; Will H. Holdeman, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

NASHVILLE, C. H., Brown Co., g 500 

pop., about 35 m. S. of Indianapolis and 20 

W. of Columbus. Healthful climate. 

BROWN CO. DEMOCRAT; Fridays; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription §1.25 ; es- 
tablished 1883 ; Alonzo Allison, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

NEW ALBANY, C. H., Floyd Co., g 
24,(XXJ pop., on Ohio r., 4 m. below Louis- 
ville, on Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis 
and Jeffersonville, Madison & Indianapolis 
Rds., at the terminus of the Louisville, New 
Albany & Chicago Rd. One of the leading 
commercial cities in the State. Extensively 
engaged in manufactures. Very extensive 
glass works ; largest iron plate glass and 
nail works and most extensive woolen and 
cotton mills in the West are located here. 

liEDCiERj every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEIvLiY, Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size— daily 23x35. weekly 28x44; 
subscription— daily §6, weekly §1 ; established 
1849; James P. Applegate, clitor ; Ledger Co., 
publishf-rs ; cii'c'n— d nilv K 2, weekly J 2. 

DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG; Saturdays; 
German ; eight pages ; size »ix45; subscrip 
tion .§2 ; established 1875 ; Otto Palmer, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 



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PEOPLE; Saturdays; eight pages; size 
20x30 ; established 1885. 

PIIBLiIC PRESS; Wednesdays; inde- 
pendent-democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.25 ; established 1881 ; Josiah 
Gwiu, editor and publisher ; circulation I 1 . 

REVIEW; (see Cincinnati, Ohio.) 

liAWS OF INDIANA; monthly; legal; 
eight pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription 50 cents ; 
established 1886 ; J G. Sweet, editor and pub- 
lisher; issues also Louisville, Ky., Laws of 
Kentucky. 

NEW CARLISLE, St. Joseph Co., ^ 
5301- pop., on L. S. & M. S. Rd. An agricul- 
tural district. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; four pages; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 1880 ; 
G. M. Fountain, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

NEW CASTLE, C. H., Henry Co., n- 

3,000 pop., on Chicago, St. Louis & Pitts- 
burg Rd., at the intersection of the Fort 
Wayne, Cincinnati & Louisville, New Castle 
& Rushville and Indiana, Bloomington & 
Western Rds., 83 m. from Fort Wayne and 42 
from Indianapolis. The surrounding coun- 
try is engaged in agriculture and manufac- 
tui'ing. 

COURIER; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1841 ; W. H. Elliott, editor ; New Castle 
Coui-ier Co., publishers ; circulation I 1 . 

DEMOCRAT ; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1878 ; M. L. Reed, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 . 

EVERY SATURDAY; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 11x16; subscription 50 cents ; es- 
tablished 1885; Fred. H. Smith, editor and 
publisher. • 

NEW HARMONY, Posey Co., p 
1,140 pop., on branch of Peoria, Decatur & 
Evansville Rd., 26 m. from Evansville and 
on Wabash r., 15 m. from Mount Vernon. 
Good farming lands and flouring mills. 

REGISTER; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1867; C. W. Slater, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

NEWPORT, C. H., Vermilion Co., -a 
800 pop., 2 m. from Wabash r., and on 
Chicago & Eastern Illinois Rd., 30 m. N. of 
Terra Haute, 75 W. of Indianapolis. Coal 
in abundance and of fine quality. Sur- 
rounded by a well-timbered district. 

HOOSIER STATE; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
:$1.50; established 1855; S. B. Davis, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 2 . 

NOBLES VILLE, C. H., Hamilton 

Co., a 2,?^00 pop., on White r.. Midland & 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 22 m. 
from Indianapolis. Surrounded by an agri- 
cultural district and the centre of consid- 
erable trade. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays ; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1874 ; W. H. Boswell, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

REPUBLICAN LEDGER; Fri- 
days ; republican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1871 ; Stout 
& Puntenney, editors and publishers ; cir- 
eulation .J 1. 



NORTH JUDSON, Starke Co., Y: 600 
pop., on Chicago & Atlantic, Chicago, St. 
L. & Pacific and Ind., 111. & Iowa Rds. En- 
gaged in hay pressing. 
BANNER: Thursdays; four pages; size 

24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1884 ; 

Henry Lightcap, editor and publisher; cir 

culation L 2 . 

NORTH MANCHESTER, Wa- 

bash Co., i^ 2,100 pop., on Eel r. and Wabash, 
St. Louis & Pacific Rd., at the intersection of 
the Cincinnati, Wabash & Michigan Rd., 15 
m. from Wabash and 19 from Columbia City. 
Engaged in manufacturing and farming. 

JOURNAL ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1875; S. V. Hopkins, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

SATURDAY HERALD; Saturdays; 
eight pages ; size 31x44 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1885 ; Seward & Frantz, editors and 
publishers. 

RAYS OF LIFE; monthly; bee cul- 
ture; twelve pages; size of page 8x11; sub- 
scription 50 cents ; established 1886 ; J. J. 
Martin & Co., editors and publishers. 

NORTH VERNON, ^e»im«^s Co., U\ 
3,000 pop., on Ohio & Mississippi Rd., at 
junction of Louisville branch ; also at in- 
tersection of Madison division of Jefferson- 
ville, Madison • & Indianapolis Rd., and 
terminus of Vernon, Greenburg and Rush- 
ville Rd., 73 m. from Cincinnati, 53 N. of 
Louisville, 61 S. of Indianapolis. Stone 
quarries of dolomite and limestone are 
located here. 

PLAIN DEALER; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$1.25; established 1864; W. G. Norris, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SUN ; Tuesdays ; democratic ; four pages ; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 
1872 ; M. B. Grubbs, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

NOTRE DAME, St. Joseph Co., ^ 
on Lake Shore & Michigan Southern and 
Michigan Central, Grand Trunk and Van- 
dalia Line Rds. The location of two noted 
educational institutions. 

AVE MARIA; Saturdays; cath- 
olic ; thirty-six pages ; size of page 7x10 ; 
subscription $2.50 ; established 1865 ; Rev. D. 
E. Hudson, C. S. C, editor and publisher ; cii*- 
culation E 1. 

SCHOLA STIC ; Saturdays; twenty-four 
pages ; size of page 8x11 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1867 ; Notre Dame University, 
publishers ; circulation K 2 ; a college paper, 
issued during the collegiate year. 

OAKLAND CITY, Gibsoyi Co. p 
2,000 pop., on Louisville, Evansville & St. 
Louis and Indianapolis & Evansville Rds. 
Has valuable timber lands and coal fields. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays ; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1880; Nicholas A. Spilman, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

ODON, Daviess Co. p 

PRAIRIE SCORCHER; Saturdays: 
four pages; size 22x32; subsci'iption .$1; es- 
tal)lished 1881 ; J. V. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ORLEANS, Orange Co., g 1,000 pop., 
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lumber trade and lies in a fine agricul- 
tural district. 

EXAMINER; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1880; Emmett Harris, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

OSGOOD, Riplerj Co., D, 1,000 pop., on 

O. & 31. Rd. Stone quarrying, furniture and 

stove factories are the principal industries. 

RIPI.EY CO. JOURNAL; Thursdays; 
denioci-atic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1867 ; Geo. R. Griffin, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

OWENSVIL.L.E, Gibson Co., JJ 685 

pop., 25 m. from Evans ville. Has flouring 

and woolen mills. In farming region. 

3IESSENGER; Saturdays ; baptist ; four 
ages ; size 22x32 ; subscription .$1.25 ; estab- 
ished 1879; X. P. Hall, editor; Jas. P. Cox, 
publisher; circulation L2. 



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OXFORD, Benton Co., -a 950 pop., 70 

m. N. W. of Indianapolis, on the Lake Erie & 
Western, Indiana & St. Louis and Chicago 
& Great Southern Rds. Centre of a fine 
agricultural and stock-raising i-egion, which 
is rapidly increasing in population and im- 
portance. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1856; J. P. Carr, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

PAOIil, C. H., Orange Co., g 696t pop., 
40 m. N. W. of New Albany and 8 from Louis- 
ville, New Albany & Chicago Rd. Lumber 
manufacturing and wool-growing point. 

NEWS; Wednesdays; democratic ; four 

f)ages ; size 24x36 ; subscription §1.25 ; estab- 
ished 1872 ; John L. Megenity, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

REPUBLICAN; Wednesdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription 
$1.25 ; established 1875 ; Joseph P. Throop and 
H. F. Clark, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

PENDLETON, Madison Co., a 615 
pop., online of C, C, C. & I. Rd. HasmUls 
and quarries. 
REPUBLICAN ; Fridays; eight pages; 

size 26x40 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 

1878 ; Charles B. Caddj', editor and publisher ; 

circulation L 2 . 

PENNVILLE, Jay Co., a- 700 pop., 

on the Salamonie r. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1882; Geo. M. Teeter, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

PERU, C. H., Miami Co., [^ 8,.500 pop., 
on Wabash r., Wabash & Erie Canal, and 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., (Detroit & 
Indianapolis division), at intersection of 
Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago division of 
the same, 75 m. from Indianapolis and 56 
from Fort Wayne. Surrounded by an 
agricultural district and a trade centre. 
Engaged extensively in manufacturing. 

EVENING JOURNAL ; every evening 
except Sunday ; neutral ; four pages ; size 
24x36 ; subscription .$4.80 ; established 1834 ; 
C. F. Crowder and E. H Roe, editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

MIAi>II CO. SENTINEL; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight iJages; size 30x44; sub- 



scription $1.50 ; established 1837 ; Fulwiler & 
Cole, editors and publishers; circulation J 2. 
REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages ; size :30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1856 ; G. I. Reed and W. W. Lock- 
wood, editors and publishers ; circulation 1 1. 

PETERSBURGH,C. H., Pike Co., p 
1,485 pop., near White r., and on Indianap- 
olis & Evansville (straight line) Rd., 40 m. 
from Evansville. Flour, pork, stock-rais- 
ing, tobacco, coal-mining and the manu- 
facture of woolen goods are the principal 
branches of industry. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; independent ; four 
pages ; size ^x35 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1884; E. H. Harrell, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

PIKE CO. DEMOCRAT ; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion .$1.50; established 1870; W. P. Knight 
and T. A. Bynum, editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 2. 

PRESS; Thursdajs ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription .$1.25 ; estab- 
lished 1869 ; J. W. Gladish, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 . 

PIERCETON, Kosciusko Co., i l,400t 
pop., on Pittsbiu-gh, Fort Wayne & Chicago 
Rd., 31 m. W. N. W. of Fort Wayne. Vari- 
ous manufactures, churches and a graded 
school are located here. 

INDEPENDENT ; Wednesdays ; repub- 
lican ; eight pages ; size .30x44 : .subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1879; L. H. Bejerle, 
editor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

'PltAI'NTI'E'Lt'Dyffendricks Co., a 1,100 

pop., 14 ni. W. of Indianapolis, on Terre 

Haute & Indianapolis division of Vandalia 

Rd. Farming locality. The State House of 

Refuge and Friends' Centi-al Academy are 

located here. 

PROGRESS ; Thursdays; independent- 
republican ; eight pages ; size 31x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25 ; established 1880 ; A. T. Harrison, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

PLYMOUTH, C. H., Marshall Co., ^ 
5,000 pop., intersection of Pittsburgh, Fort 
Wayne & Chicago, Wabash, St. Louis & 
Pacific and Terre Haute & Logansport 
branch of Terre Haute & Indianapolis Rds., 
84 m. from Chicago. Centre of rich agricul- 
tural region. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscriptiim $1 50 ; 
established 1855 ; Daniel McDonald, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

REPUBLICAN ; Thursdays ; republi- 
can ; eight pages ; size 34x48 ; subscription .$2 ; 
established 1856 ; J. W. Siders, editor ; J. W. 
Siders & Co., pul)lishers ; circulaticm J 1. 

RESTITUTION ; Wednesdays ; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1852 ; S. A. Chaplin, editor ; Christian 
Publishing Association, publishers ; does not 
insert advertisements. 

PORTLAND, C. H., Jay Co., o- 3,000 
pop., on Salamonie r. at junction of Grand 
Rapids & Indiana and Lake Erie & Western 
Rds., 49 m. from Fort Wayne. Engaged in 
manufacturing. Does a large lumber trade. 

COMMERCIAL; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1865: Marsh & Beelman, 
editors and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

SUN ; Fridays ; democratic ; eight pages ; 
size of page 30x44 ; subscription $1.25; estab- 



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lishecl 1871 ; G. H. HoUoway, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1. 

NOKMAIi PHALANX; moiitltly; edu- 
cational ; twenty pat;es ; size of paye SxU ; 
subscription 75 cents; establislied 1885; E. 
Hjiynes and J. E. Bisliop, editors and pub- 
lisliers. 

POSEYVIIiLE. Posey Co.,JJ600 pop., 

on Evansville & Terre Haute and Peoria, 

Decatur & Evansville Rds., 20 m. from 

Evansville. Brick and tile factories. 

NE WJ^ ; Saturdays ; four pases ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $1.25 ; established 1882 ; Joseph 
A. Leouai-d, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 

PRINCETON, C. H., Gibson Co., JJ 
3,000 pop., on the Evansville & Terre Haute 
and Louis-ville, Evansville & St. Louis Rds., 
27 m. from Evansville and 24 from Vln- 
cennes. In a rich and populous agricultural 
district. 

CLiARION ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription .$1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1846 ; Gil. R. Stormont, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1. 

DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; 
established 1861 ; Wm. H. Evans, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

REMINGTON, ^asj9er Co.,^ 800 pop., 
on Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Rd., 42 m. 
from Logansport and 125 from Chicago. A 
swine-breeding and agricultural district. 

NEWS ; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1880; Ed. H. 
Graham, editor; O. B. Mclntire, pubUsher ; 
circulation L2. 

RENSSELAER, C. H., Jasper Co., ^ 
1,200 pop., on Iroquois r., and Chicago and 
Indianapolis division of the Louisville, New 
Albany & Chicago Rd., 16 m. N, W. of junc- 
tion with main line and 100 m. from Indian- 
apolis and 72 S. E. from Chicago, 111. Loca- 
tion of flour and other manufactories. 

^ DEMOCRATIC SENTINEL : Fri 

days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1877; James 
W. McEwen, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2 . 
REPUBLICAN ; Thursdays ; republi- 
can; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$l.oO ; established 1868 ; George E. Marshall, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

RICHMOND, C. H., Wayne Co.,o- 
23,0(X» pop., on Chicago, St. Louis & Pitts- 
burgh Rd., at the junction of several other 
railroads, 69 m. from Indianapolis and 70 
from Cincinnati. Extensively engaged in 
various kinds of manufactures and a 
place of active trade. Has waterworks, gas 
and electric light companies. 

^ EVENINfi ITEM; every evening except 
Sunday ; four pages ; size 19x24 ; subscription 
$3.64 ; established 1877 ; Isaac Kline, editor 
and publisher ; circulation J 2. 

INDEPENDENT; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and AVEEKLY, Saturdavs ; 
independent ; four pages ; size— daily 22x30 
weekly 25x38 ; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
To cents ; established— daily 1873, weekly 1866'; 
F. Maag, editor and publisher : circulation— 
dady J l , weekly K 1. 

c PA^'-'-'^PIUM; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re 
publican; daily four pages, weekly twelve 
pages ; size— daily 25x.39, weekly (size of page) 
^f^vi- «}ibscription-daily $5 20, weeklv $1; 
estabhshed-daily 1876, weeklv 1831 ; Isaac 



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I Jenkinson, editor and publisher circulation 
—daily J l, weekly J 2. 

TELECxRAM ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size— daily 22x:i(), weekly 
i ^^^'^i, subscription— daily $5.20, weekly $1 ; 
established— <laily 1885. weeklv 1861 ; E. C. 
! Martin, editor and publisher; circulation — 
weeklv 1 1 . 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic: 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1; e.s- 
tablished 1S81 ; M. C. Burnham & Co., editors 
and publishers: circiUation J 1. 

SUNDAY RECilSTER; Sundays; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1883; M. Cullaton & Co., editors and 
publishers; circulation I 1. 

VOLKSZEITUNG; Saturdays ; Ger- 
man ; tour pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 : 
established 1872; Volkszeitung Co., editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

EARLHAMITE; monthly; thirty-six 
KM®^ ^^^^^^'^'o ; subscription $1; established 
1874; Alvm E. Wildman, editor; Ionian Society, 
publishers ; circulation L 2 ; a college paper ; 
issued during the collegiate year. 

RISING SUN,C.H.,OMoCo.,a^l,806t 

pop., on Ohio r., 36 m, below Cincinnati, 100 

above Louisville, Ky. Engaged in various 

manufactures and a place of active trade. 

Surrounded by an agricultural country. 

c^^a9^^P' Saturdays; four pages ; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1879: 

D. B. Hall, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1 
RECORDER; Fridays ; independent : 

four pages; size 22x30; subscription $1.50: 
F. J. Waldo, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 1 ; issue a local edition ; four nages • 
size 22x30. 

ROACHDAIiE, Putnam Co., -a 350 
pop., at the crossing of the Indiana, Bloom- 
ington & Western with the Louisville, New 
Albany & Chicago Rds., 15 m. from Green- 
castle and Crawfordsville. A good farm- 
ing country and shipping point. 

oi*-l9U^,'^^' Saturdays; four pages; size 
22x32 ; subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; H. 

E. Hennon, editor and publisher, 
t INDIANA STATESMAN; Saturdays; 

democratic ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1882 ; H. E. Hennon. edi- 
tor and publisher. 

ROANN, Wabash Co., [^ 1,000 pop., 10 

m. from Wabash, on Eel River Rd., near 

Eel River. Carries on planing, sawing and 

furniture manufacture. Trade centre for a 

superior agricultural district. 

CLARION; Fridays; republican; four 
^^Sesisize 22x31 ; subscription $1 ; established 
18(7; G. W. Johnson, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2 . 

ROCHESTER, C. H., Fulton Co., ^ 
2,475 pop., on the Indianapolis, Peru & Chi- 
cago, and Atlantic & Chicago Rds., 98 m. 
from Indianapolis and 100 m. from Chicago. 
Manufactories of all kinds. Immense water 
power for milling purposes. 

. REPUBLIC AN ; Thursdays; eight pages; 
size 26x41 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1867; 
Major Bitters, editor ; circulation K 2 

SENTINEL; Wednesdays; democratic; 
eight pages ; size 26x42 ; subscription $1.50 
established 1858 ; A. T. Bitters, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

TRIBUNE: Fridays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 26x40 : subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; W. I. Howard, editor ; Tribune 
Publishing Co.. publisliers ; circulation K 1. 

ROCKPORT, C. H., Spencer Co., D 
3,400 pop., on Ohio r. and Louisville, Evans- 



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ville & St. Louis Rd., 50 m. above Evans- 
vllle and 150 below Louisville. A market for 
the tobacco, pork and produce of the sur- 
rounding district. 

DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1855 ; Calvin Jones, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

EAGL.E: Thursdays; four pages; size 
24x36; .subscription SI: established 18S5; Frank 
A. Niblaek. editor and publisher. 

INDIANA POCKET; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 26x40 , subscrip- 
tion .§1 ; established 1877 ; Jolm Chewning, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

ROCKVILI.E,C. H., Parke Co., -u 
2,400 pop., on Terre Haute & Logansport 
branch of Terre Haute & Indianapolis 
Rd., 23 m. from Terre Haute and 30 from 
Crawf ordsville. A rich farming district. 

REPUBLICAN; Wednesdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1854; Brown Bros., editors 
and publishers ; cii'culation K 2. 

SATURDA Y E A G L. E ; Saturdays ; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription 81.50 ; established 1880 ; W. E. Hen- 
kel, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1870; John H. Beadle and I. R. 
Strouse, editors and publishers; circ'n J 1. 

ROME CITY, ^VoWe Co., cf 1,000 pop., 
on Sylvan Lake and on Grand Rapids & In- 
diana Rd. A well patronized summer re- 
sort, its summer visitors numbering thous- 
ands. In winter immense quantities of ice 
are gathered from Sylvan Lake and shipped 
to various points. 

CLIPPER ; Saturdays ; non-partisan ; 
eight pages ; size 22x3S ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1884 ; John E. Teal, editor and 
publisher : circulation L 2 . 

RTJSHVILLE, C. H., Rush Co., a- 
3,800 pop., on Cincinnati & Indianapolis Junc- 
tion Rd., at intersection of Cambridge City 
branch of JefEersonville, Madison & In- 
dianapolis Rd., on Fort Wayne, Madison & 
Cincinnati and Indianapolis, St. Louis and 
Chicago Rds., .39 m. from Indianapolis. 
Trade centre for a fertile district. 

GRAPHIC; Saturdays ; republican ; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1 50 ; 
established 1882; Geo. W. Campbell, editor; 
McMahan & Campbell, publishers ; circula- 
tion J 2. 

JACKSONIAN; Thursdays; democrat- 
ic ; eight pages ; size :30x44 ; subscription $1.65 ; 
established 18:59 ; Geo. H. Puntenney, editor ; 
Puntennev cS; Wallace, publishers; circ'n J 1. 

REPUBLICAN; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1840 ; John F. Moses, edi- 
tor ; Republican Co., publishers ; circ'n J 1. 

RTTSSIAVILLE, Howard Co., a 700 

pop., on Toledo, Cin. & St. Louis Rd., 10 m. 

W. of Kokonio and 50 N. W. of Indianapolis. 

Surrounded by a rich agricultural region. 

OBSERVER; Fridays; eight pages; 
size 26x4(1; sul)scription $1 ; established 1882; 
C. M. Slyter, editor; Slvter & Nicholson, pub- 
lishers ; circulation L2. 

ST. MAURICE, Decatur Co., R 75 
pop., 44 m. S. W. of Rii-hmond. Agricultural 
pursuits extensively engaged In. 
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INDIANA. 



foui- pages ; .size 22x.30 ; subscription 50 cents ; 
established 1885 ; John F. Moser, editor and 
publisher. 

SALEM, C. H., Washington Co., g 2,000 
pop., on Great Blue r., Louisville, New Al- 
bany & Chicago Rd., 35 m. from New Al- 
bany, in an agricultural district. A consid- 
erable manufacturing point, with a large 
stone quarry. Has a prosperous local trade. 

DEMOCRAT; Wednesdays; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1849 ; R. J. Wilson, editor and 
publisher; circulation .12. 

LEADER ; Saturdays; four pages; size 
22x;32 ; subscription 75 cents ; established 1885 ; 
James A. Kemp, editor and puVjlisher. 

PRESS; Thursdays : four pages ; size 
24x;36 : subscription $1 ; established 1878 ; 
L. O. Saltmarsh, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 2. 

SCOTTSBURG, C. H., Scott Co., g 
7iX) pop., 30 m. from Louisville, Ky. Exten- 
sively engaged in stock-raising, tile-making, 
grain, stave and lumber business. 

CHRONICLE; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 18x26; subscription $1.00; established 
1880 ; Will M. Foster, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 2. 

SCOTT CO. DEMOCRAT; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1867 : J. H. J. 
Sierp, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

SEYMOUR, ^«c/ison Co., g 6,000 pop., 
at intersection of Ohio & Mississippi with 
Jeffersonville, M. & Indianapolis Rd., 51 m. 
from Louisville, 87 from Cincinnati and 59 
from Indianapolis. Location of various 
manufactories and mills and of the shops 
of Ohio & Mis.sissippi Rd. 

DEMOCRAT; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size— daily 22x32, weekly 
26x40 ; subscription— daily $5, weekly $1 ; es- 
tablished 1858 ; John A. Forsythe, editor ; F. 
S. Collins, publisher ; circulation— daily K 1, 
weekly K 2. 

REPUBLICAN ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdajs; re- 
publican ; daily four pages, weekly four 
pages ; size— daily 20x26, weekly 26x40 ; sub- 
.scription— daily $5, weekly $1 ; established- 
daily 1882, weekly 1879; James E. Mooiv, edi- 
tor; Frank S. Moore, publisher; circulation 
—daily L 2, weekly J 1. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; Gei-man; four 
pages ; size 27x40 ; subscription $1.25 ; estab- 
lished 18S1 ; M. F. Everbach & Co.. editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 1 ; dated at Sey- 
mour and Columbus. 

SHELBY VILLE, C. H., Shelby Co., 
D 3,74.5+ pop., on Blue r., and Indianapolis, 
Cincinnati Sc Lafayette Rd., at intersection 
of Camliridge Citj' branch of Jeffersonville, 
Madison & Indianapolis Rd., 26 m. from In- 
dianapolis. Engaged in trade and manu- 
facturing. 

EVENING DEMOCRAT; every even 
lug except Sunday, and SHELBY 
D ExM O C RAT, Th ursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size— daily 24x:^6, weekly 30x44; 
subscription — weekly $1.50; established — 
daily 1880, weekly 1845; W. S. Ray, editor 
and publislicr ; circ'n- dailv J 1, weekly 12. 

SHELBY DE.>IOCRAT; {in^e Evening 
Democrat.) 

SHELBY REPUBLICAN: Thurs 
davs; republican; eight pages; size 30x44; 
subscription $1.50; established 1866; Cha.s. X. 
Matthews, editor ; Shelby Printing Co., pub- 
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SHEliBY TIMES; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages ; size 3-2x4,' ; subsoription 
$1.50 ; estaiilished 1885 ; the Democratic Pub- 
lisliiug Co., editors and publishers. 

SHERIDAN, Hamilton Co., a 1,150 

pop., on Louisville, New Albany & Chicago 

Rd., 23 m. from Indianapolis. Engaged in 

lumber business. 

AIR LINE NEWS ; (see Kirklin.) 
ARGUS; Thursdays; four pages; size 
24x36; established 1882; Furnas & Walker, 
editors and publishers ; circulation L2. 

.SHOALS, C. H., Martin Co., p 800 
pop., on O. & BI. Rd. Town contains lumber 
mills and an iron furnace. 

MARTIN CO. DEMOCRAT ; Fri 

days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; 
subscription $1.25; established 1868; T. C. 
Scott, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 
MARTIN CO. TRIBUNE; Fridays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1872 ; Hasten & Hacker, 
•editors and publishers; circulation L2. 

SILVER LAKE, Kosciusko Co., \^ 

QLX' pop., on C, W. & M. Rd., 4U m. from Fort 

Wayne. Has a number of minor industries. 

CHRONICLE ; Saturdays; four pages ; 
size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; 
G. W. Warley, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

.SOUTH BEND, C. H., St. Joseph Co., 
[^ 21,000 pop., on St. Joseph r., and Lake 
Shore & Michigan Southern, Chicago & 
Grand Trunk. Michigan Central, and ter- 
minus of Vandalia Rds., 85 m. from Chi- 
cago. The river furnishes water power, 
which is employed in various manufac- 
tures. Agricultural implements and wagons 
are manufactured on a large scale. 

EVENING REGISTER; every 
•evening except Sunday, SUNDAY 
MORNING REGISTER, Sundays, and 
ST. JOSEPH VALLEY REGIS- 
TER, Weduesda3's ; republican; daily and 
Sundaj' four pages, Saturday edition eight 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 21x30, 
Sunday 22x30, weekly 30x44; subscription — 
•daily $6, Sunday 50 cents, weekly $1.50; es- 
tablished—daily 1875, Sunday 1879, weekly 1845; 
Chauncy N. Fassett, editor; Register Print- 
ing Co., publishers; circulation— daily J 2, 
Sunday H 1, weekly I 2 . 

TIMES; every morning except Monday, 
and VV EE K IJ Y , Fridays ; daily — four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size—daily 21x30, 
weekly 30x43 ; subscription— dailj^ $6, weekly 
.$1..50; established— daily 1885, weekly 1865; J. 
B. StoU, editor and publisher ; circulation- 
weekly J 2. 

TRIBUNE; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEIi-LiY, Saturdays ; republi- 
can; daily four pages, weekly and Saturday 
• edition eight pages ; size — daily 22x30, weekly 
and Saturday edition 30x42; subscription 
—daily $6, weeklv $1.50; established — daily 
1873, weekly 1872;' Alfred B. Miller, editor; 
Triljune Printing Co., publishers; circulation 
— daily J 1, weekly I 1 ; a literary edition, 
entitled the Saturday Tribune, eiglit pages, 
is issued on Saturday afternoons ; circulation 
of Sattcrdaij Tribune 1 1. 

COURIER; Fridays; German; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $2 ; establish- 
ed 1873 ; G. Fikentscher, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

ST. JOSEPH VALLEY REGIS- 
TER; (see Evening Register.) 

SATURDAY TRIBUNE; (see Trib- 

SUNDAY 3IORNING REGISTER; 

.(see Evening Register.) 



INDIANA. 



FARMERS' FRIEND; semi-monthly; 
agricultural ; sixteen pages; size of page 11x15; 
subscription .50c. ; established 1870 ; Farmers' 
Friend Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation X. 

SOUTH WHITLEY, IFJdtley Co., cf 
1,.500 pop., on the New York, Chicago & St. 
Louis and Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rds. 

MAGNET; Thursdays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 24x:il ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1883 ; Mrs. M. D. H. Myers, editor ; 
W. A. Mj'ers, publisher ; cii'culation L 2 . 

SPENCER, C. H., Owen Co., -a l,655t 
pop., on west branch of White r. and In- 
dianapolis & Vincennes Rd., 53 m. S. W. of 
Indianapolis. It is surrounded by a fine 
agricultural district. Stock-raising, lum- 
ber trade and building stone are the prin- 
cipal branches of industry. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays: independent- 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription ,$1 ; established 1881 ; Mont. Howard, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

SULLIVAN, C. H., Sullivan Co., p 
2,161+ pop., on Evansville & Terre Haute and 
Indiana & Illinois Southern Rds., 26 m. from 
Terre Haute. Coal mines of considerable 
extent exist in the neighborhood. 

DEMOCRAT; semi-weekly, Tuesdays 
and Fridays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
22x31; svibscription $1.50; established 1854; 
Murray Briggs & Son, editors and publishers ; 
circulation K 2. 

T I MES ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50; established 1878; J. C. 
Bartlf tt, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 2. 

UNION; Wednesdays; republican; four 
pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1866 ; circulation K 2. 

SUMMITVILLE, Madison Co., a 
650 pop., 17 m. north of Anderson, on the 
Cincinnati, Wabash & Michigan Rd. Sur- 
rounded by a fine agricultural country, and 
centre of a large and increasing mercantile 
trade. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays; eight pages; 
size 22x30; subscription $1.35; established 
1885 ; Jas. Piukerton, editor and publisher. 

TELL CITY, Perrtj Co., g 2,112t pop., 
on Ohio r., about 3 m. below Cannelton, 125 
from Louisville and 75 from Evansville. 
Extensively engaged in various manufac- 
tures. 

ANZEIGER; Saturdays; German; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1866 ; G. F. Bott, editor 
and publisher ; (Circulation K 1. 

TERRE HAUTE, C. H., Vigo Co.,^ 
32,000 pop., on eight important railroads 
and on Wabash r., 73 m. W. of Indian- 
apolis. Seat of the State Normal School 
and a leading Polytechnic Institute. Con- 
tains also very extensive nail works, blast 
furnaces and car works, largest distillery 
and hominy mills in the United States, as 
well as flour milling interests. In some of 
its industrial features the city ranks as the 
leading one in the State ; it is also the head- 
quarters for the most important revenue 
district in Indiana. It is surrounded by a 
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trlct. Important coal mines are worked in 
this vicinity. 

EVENING GAZETTE; every evening 
except Sunday, and GAZETTE, Thurs- 
days ; daily four pages, Saturday twelve and 
weekly ten pages; size — daily 25x38, Satur- 
day and weekly :30x43; subscription— dailv 
$7.80, weekly S1.50; established— dailv 1870, 
weekly 1869 ; W. C. Ball & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation — daily I 1 , weekly 1 > . 

EXPRESS; every morning except Mon- 
day, and every evening except Sundav, and 
WEEIi-LiY, Saturdays; republican ; daily 
and weekly four pages, Sunday eight pages; 
size — morning 25x:i58, evening 21x28, weekly 
28x42, Sunday (size of page) 19x25 ; subscrip- 
tion—morning $7.50, evening $5, weekly $1.25, 
Sunday $2 ; established— morning and week- 
ly 1851 ; George M. Allen, editor and publish- 
er ; circulation — morning I 1 , weekly I 2 ; a 
two-page supplement is regularly issued 
with the weekly edition. 

BANNER; tri-weekly, Tuesdavs, Thurs- 
days and Saturdays, and VVEEKLiY, 
Thursdays ; German ; four pages ; size— tri- 
weekly 24X.34, weekly 27x40; subscription— 
tri-weekly $3.50, weekly $2 ; established 1870 ; 
P. Gfroerer, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion— tri-weekly K 1, weeklv K 1. 

J O U R N A Li ; tri- weeklv ; Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and WEEKLiY, 
Wednesdays : German ; four pages ; size— 
tri-weekly 27x39, weekly 27x43 ; subscription 
—tri-weekly $5, weekly .$1 ; established 1884 ; 
J. E. Wolff, editor and publisher ; circulation 
— triweekly L 2 , weekly L 2 . 

A R G O ; Saturday's ; democratic ; four 
passes ; size 24x3 1 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1882; Edwin D. Seldomridge, editor 
and publisher; circulation J 1. 

GAZETTE; (see Evening Gazette.) 

SATURDAY EVENING MAIL.; Sat 
urdays ; independent ; eight pages ; size 
30x44; subscription $2; established 1870; P. 
S. Westfall, editor and publisher ; cii-c'n H 1. 

COLLEGE JOURNAL.; monthly; 
eight pages; size of page 11x16; subscription 
50 cents ; established 1884 ; W. C. Isbell, edi- 
tor ; Isbell & Miller, publishers ; circulation 
G 1 ; organ of a commercial college. 

L,0C03I0TIVE FIREMEN'S MAG- 
AZINE; monthly ; sixty-four pages octavo; 
subscription $1 ; established 1876 ; Eugene V. 
Debs, editor ; Moore & Langan, publishers ; 
circulation D 1. 3^= Actual average circula- 
tion/or one year preceding Jan 1, 1886, as per 
statement on file at the office of the American 
Newspaper Directory, 20,962 copies. 

WHAT NEXT; monthly: four pages; 
size 26x40; subscription $1; established 1882 ; 
Ben. Blanchard, editor and publisher ; an im- 
migration advertising sheet devoted to South- 
central and Southwest Kansas. 

THORNTOWN, Boone Co., □ 2,000 
pop., on the Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. 
Louis & Chicago Rd., 38 m. from Indian- 
apolis. A rich agi-icultural and manufac- 
turing district. 

ARGUS; Saturdays; independent; eight 

f)ages; size 26x40; subscription $1.25; estab- 
ished 1878 ; Frank B. Rose, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

TIMES; Wednesdays; eight pages; size 
32x44; established 1S82; Walter A. Knox, 
editor and publisher. 

TIPTON, C. H., Tipton Co., a 2,300 
pop., at crossing of Wabash, St. Louis & 
Pacific and Lake Erie & Western Rds., .38 
m. from Indianapolis. Surrounded by a fine 
agricultural district. Extensivelj' engaged 
in shipping timber and staves. 

ADVOCATE ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1878 ; M. W. Pershing, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 



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DOLLAR POST; Fridays; four pages; 
size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; 
James W. Cox, editor and publisher. 
TIMES; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
ages ; size .30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
ished 1855; J. O. Behymer, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K l. 



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UNION CITY, Rnndolph Co., D- 4,600- 
pop., on Ohio and Indiana state line, at 
the Northern terminus of Dayton & Union 
Rd., 47 m. from Dayton. The Cleveland, 
Columbus, Cincinnati & Indianapolis inter- 
sects the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis 
Rd. at this point, 84 m. from Indianapolis. 
Engaged in manufacturing ; centre of trade. 

EAGLE; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1863 ; Ensign & Bell, editors and pub- 
lishers: circulation J 1. 

TIMES ; Saturdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1872 ; George W. Patchell, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1. 

VALPARAISO, C. H., Porter Co., ti 
5,300 pop., on Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & 
Chicago, Chicago & Grand Trunk and New 
York, Chicago & St. Louis Rds., 42 m. from 
Chicago. In an agi-icultural district. Wagons 
and carriages are manufactured here for 
the trade. The Northern Indiana Normal 
School is located here. 

PORTER CO. VIDETTE; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days ; republican ; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages ; size— daily 22x30, weekly 30x44 ; 
subscription — daily $6, weekly $1 ; established, 
—daily 1883, weekly 1857 ; W. C. Talcott, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation— daily L 2 » 
weekly J 1. 

3IESSENGER ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages ; size 35x48 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1871 ; E. Zimmerman, editor 
and publisher; circulation J 1. 

MUSICAL IDEAL; monthly ; musi- 
cal ; twenty pages ; size of page 8x11 ; sub- 
scription 50 cents; establishecl 1883; R. A. Heri- 
tage, editor and publisher ; circulation J 1 . 
^^^ Actual average circulation for one year 
preceding Jan. 1, 1886, as per statement on file 
at the office of the American Newspaper Di- 
rectory, 1,433 copies. 

VEEDERSBTJRG, Fountain Co., -a 
1,000 pop., on Coal Creek and Indiana, 
Bloomington & Western; Toledo, Cincin- 
nati & St. Louis and Chicago & Great 
Southern Rds. Has large flouring mill, 
two planing mills and large warehouses. 
Coal and timber are abundant. 

COURIER; Thursdays; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $1.25; established 1882; 
Freeman E. Miller, editor; M. G. Stevenson, 
publislier; circulation L2. 

REPORTER; Fridays; eight pages; 
size 26.X40; subscription $1.50; establi.shedl883; 
A. H. Clark, editor and publisher ; circ'u L 2. 

VERNON, C. H., Jennings Co., P, 1,000 

pop., 20 m. from Madison, on the Jeflferson- 

ville, Madison & Indianapolis Rd. Has 

various mauufaetories, flouring mill and 

bank. 

BANNER; Wednesdays ; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1851 ; 
C. E. Wagner, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2 

VERSAILLES, C. H., Ripley Co., O, 
455t pop., on Laughrej' creek, 5 m. from 



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Ohio & Mississippi Rd., 70 S. E. of Indian- 
apolis and 56 from Cincinnati. It is situated 
in a rich farming region and lias consider- 
able trade. 

REPUBLICAN; Thursdays ; eight 
pages; size 29x43; subscription $1; established 
1857 ; Will G. Wood, editor and publisher ; 
•cii'culatiou J 2. 

VE VAY, C. H., Sioitzerland Co., 0, 2,000 
pop., on Ohio r., 75 m. below Cincinnati. A 
place of active trade and a large hay, to- 
bacco and potato market and manufac- 
tories. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.00; 
established 1868; Philip T. Hartford, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

RIEVEILiLiE ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
eight pages ; size 36x48 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1817 ; Wm. J. Baird, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 ; a four-page edition, 
size 22x30, subscription $1.50, is issued simul- 
taneously. 

TIMES ; Wednesdays; eight pages; size 
■22x32; subscription $1.50; established 1882; 
Walter A. Knox, editor and publisher. 

VINCENNES, C. H., Knox Co., p 
12,000 pop., on Wabash r., at intersection 
of Ohio & Mississippi with Cairo, Vin- 
cennes & Chicago and Evansville & Terre 
Haute Rds., and at terminus of Indian- 
apolis & Vincennes Rd., 116 m. from Indian- 
apolis, 58 from Terre Haute and 51 from 
Evansville. Engaged in manufacturing 
lumber, staves and woodenware ; a ship- 
ping point for large quantities of grain, 
pork and cattle. Located near the Knox 
county, and within 20 m. of Daviess county 
coal mines. 

COMMERCIAL, ; every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size— dailj' 24x36, weekly 
30x44 ; subscription— daily .f-7, weekly $1.50 ; 
established— daily 1880, weekly 1878; T. H. 
Adams, editor and publisher; circulation- 
daily L 2 , weekly J 2 . 

SUN; every eA'ening except Sunday, and 
"WESTERN SUN, Fridays ; democratic ; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; size- 
daily 24x35, weekly 35x48 ; subscription— daily 
^7, weekly $2 ; established— daily 1879, weekly 
1804; Royal E. Purcell, editor and publisher ; 
■circulation— daily L 2 , weekly 1 1. 

NEWS; Thursdays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1879; W. W. Bailey, editor; W. W. 
Bailey & Co.. publishers ; circulation K 2. 

WESTERN SUN ; (see Sun.) 

"WABASH, C. H., Wabash Co., ^ 6,000 
pop., on Wabash r. and Wabash, St. Louis 
& Pacific and Cincinnati, Wabash & Michi- 
gan Rds., 42 m. from Fort Wayne. Place of 
active trade. In agricultural district. En- 
gaged in various manufactures. 

COURIER; Fridays; four pages ; size 
■28x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 1871 ; 
<:!ourier Printing Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation J 2. 

PLAIN DEALER; Fridays ; republi- 
can ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$2; established 1859; Bacon, Harris & Newell, 
editors and publishers ; circulation I 2 . 

TIMES; Fridays; eight pages ; size 30x44; 
subscription ,$2 ; established 1884 ; Times Co., 
-editors and publishers; circulation J 2. 

^WALKERTON. St. Joseph Co., i 
754+ pop., on the I., P. & C. Rd., at junction 



INDIANA. 



of B. & O. Rd., 79 m. from Chicago, 20 from 
South Bend and 16 from La Porte. A good 
farming country and shipping point. 

VISITOR ; Wednesdays ; greenback ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; 
established 1875 ; Henry S. Mintle, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

TVARREN, Huntington Co., cf 1.000 
pop., on Toledo, Cincinnati & St. Louis Rd.; 
farming. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; independent ; four 
ages; size 24x36; subscription $1.50; estab- 
ished 1878 ; J. W. Surran, editor and publish- 
er ; circulation K 1. 



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WARSAW, C. H., Kosciusko Co., [^ 
4,000 pop., on Tippecanoe r. and Pittsburgh, 
Fort Wayne & Chicago Rd. , at intersection 
of Cincinnati, Wabash & Michigan Rd., 40 
m. from Fort Wayne. Engaged in agricul- 
ture and lumber trade. Several manufac- 
tories are located here. 

TIMES ; every evening except Sunday; 
and INDIANIAN-REPUBLICAN, 

Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size— 
daily 19x26, weekly 30x44 ; subscription— daily 
$5.20, weekly $1.50 ; established— daily 1882, 
weekly 1856 ; Williams & Hossler, editors and 
publishers ; circulation— daily K 1, weekly H 1. 

HOOSIER DEMOCRAT ; Satiudays ; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 3Ux44: subscrip- 
tion $1..50 ; established 1885 ; S. S. Baker, editor 
and publisher. 

INDIANIAN - REPUBLICAN (see 
Times.) 

INTER-MOUNTAIN ; Saturdays ; eight 
pages; size 32x44; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1886; Williams & Hosier, editors and 
publishers ; does not insert advertisements. 

NATIONAL UNION ; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages ; size 31x46 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1861; F.J. Zimmerman, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

PRACTICAL POULTRYMAN 
AND FARMER; monthly ; poultry- 
raising; twenty pages; size of page 8x11; 
subscription 50 cents : established 1885 ; Tom 
W. Winder, editor; Winder Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

DENTAL STUDENT; quarterly; dent- 
al ; twenty- four pages ; size octavo ; subscrip- 
tion 25 cents ; established 1884 ; C. A. Rigdon, 
editor and publisher ; an advertising sheet. 

WASHINGTON, C. H., Daviess Co., 

p 4,323+ pop., on Ohio & Mississippi and 
Evansville, Washington & Brazil Rds., 20 
m. E. of Vincennes and 173 from St. Louis. 
Engaged in mining and manufacturing. 
Numerous coal mines in the vicinity. 

ENTERPRISE; every evening except 
Sunday; democratic; four pages; size 26x40; 
subscription $5.20 ; established 1884 : A. Cho- 
mel & Sons, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

ADVERTISER; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1884; Alex. Chomel & Sons, editors 
and pulilishers ; circulation L2. 

DAVIESS CO. DEMOCRAT ; Satur 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
suijscription $1.25; established 1867; Belding 
& Boyd, editors and publishers ; circ'n J 2. 

DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 30x44; subscription $1..50; established 
1885 ; S. S. Baker, editor and publisher. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; republican; fom- 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1866; Gazette Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation J 2. 

WATERLOO, De Kalh Co., tf 2,000 
pop., on Cedar Creek, and on the Lake Shore 
& Michigan Southern Rd., at crossing of 



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INDIANA. 



Jackson and Fort Wayne branch, 78 m. from 
Toledo. A trade centre for a large agricul- 
tural district. One of the largest towns in 
and principal shipping point for the 
counties of De Kalb and Steuben. 

PRESS; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1858; Brysland & Willis, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

WAVELAND, Montgomenj Co , -a 
592t pop., on T. H. & Logansport Rd. En- 
gaged in tanning. 

SATURDAY NEWS ; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription 80 cents ; es- 
tablished 1883 ; J. Q. Russell, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WAYNETO WN, Montgomery Co., -n 
600 pop., on Indiana, Bloomington & West- 
ern Rd., 20 ni. E. of Covington and 54 W. of 
Indianapolis. A place of trade. 

PRESS ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 
24x36 : subscription $1 ; established 1882 ; Ed. 
W. Copner, editor and publisher ; circ'n L 2. 

WESTFIELD, Hamilton Co., n 800 
pop., at junction of Monon and Midland 
Rds., 18 m. N. of Indianapolis. Mills, plough 
factories and carriage shops. 

AIR LINE NEWS; (see Kirklin.) 
INDEX; Satu.days: four pages; size 

24x36 ; subscription .$1 ; established 1885 ; 

William Travis, editor and publisher. 
NEWS ; Fridays ; republican ; eight pages ; 

size 26x40 ; subscription SI. 10 ; established 1884 ; 

W. P. Houk, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

WEST LEBANON, Warren Co., -a 

800 pop., on the Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific, 

Eastern terminus of Havana, Rantoul & 

Eastern (narrow gauge) Rds., 18 m. from 

Danville, 111. 

trAZETTE; Wednesdays; independent, 
republican ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1..50; established 1883; A. R. Cadwal- 
lader, editor and publisher circulation L2. 

WESTVILLE, Laporte Co., ^ 800 
pop., on Louisville, New Albanj^ & Chicago 
Rd., 11 m. from La Porte and 11 from Valpa 
raiso. Slanufacturing of agricultural im- 
plements ; also flouring mills. 

INDICATOR; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription .$1 ; established 1882; 
E. E. Drom, editor and publisher ; circulation 
K2. 

WILL.IAMSPORT, C. IL, Warren 
Co., -a 913+ pop., on Wabash r. and Wabash, 
St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 2i m. below La- 
fayette, 64 from Indianapolis and 120 from 
Chicago. Engaged in agriculture and stock 
raising. 

WARREN REPUBIilCAN; Thurs 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription .$1.50: establislied 1855; John 
Gregory, editor and publisher; circ'n K 2. 

WINAMAC, C. H., Pulasici Co., ^ 
1,500 pop., on Tippecanoe r. and Pittsburgh, 
Cincinnati & St. Louis Rd., 91 m. from Chi- 
cago and 25 from Logansport. Noted for 
its academic institutions. 

DEMOCRATIC JOIJRNAIi ; Satur 
days; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$I."50; established 1856; M. H. Ingrim, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1. 



REPUBIilCAN; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages; size 26x40; subscription .$1.50; 
established 1872; W. B. Jenkins & Son, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

WINCHESTER, C. H., Randolph 

Co., D- 1,962 pop., on White r., at intersection 
of Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati & In- 
dianapolis by the Cincinnati, Richmond & 
Fort Wayne Rd., 75 m. from Indianapolis 
and 68 from Fort Wayne. A rich farming 
district and place of active trade, princi- 
pally in the raising and shipment of grain. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; four pages ; size 
26x40; subscription .$1 ; established 1885 ; Win- 
chester Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

HERALiD ; Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1874 ; W. P. Needham, editor ; Win- 
chester Herald Co., publishers ; circ'n K 2. 

JOURNAIi; Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages ; size 35x48 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1842 ; A. C. Beeson, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 

WINDFALL, Tipton Co., n 800 pop.,. 

on Chicago. St. Louis & Pacific Rd. A minor 
mei-chandizing town. 

INDEPENDENT ; Fridays ; independ- 
ent ; eight pages ; size 26x40 : subscription 
$1.25; established 1884; Crawford & Legg, 
editors and publishers ; circulation L 2. 

WORTHINGTON, Greene Co., p 
1,600 pop., on the Indianapolis & Vincennes 
Rd., and terminus of Terre Haute & S. E. 
Rd., TO m. S. W. of Indianapolis, near the 
confluence of Eel r. with the W. fork of the 
White r. An Important business point, 
engaged in manufacturing. 

TIMES; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription Sl-25; estab- 
lished 18.53 ; Author Palmer, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

XENIA, Miami Co., t\ 9"5 Pop., on 

Cincinnati, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Rd. 

(Bradford division), 20 m. from Peru and 

30 from Logansport. Agricultural district. 

J O IJ R N A li ; Fridays ; independent ;, 

eight pages; size 30x-44; subscription §1.50: 

establislied 188:i ; A. L. Lawshe, editor and 

publisher; circulation K 1. 

TIMES; Fridays; independent; four 
pages; .size 26x40; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1880 ; S. F. & Chas. Winter, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 1. 

ZIONSVILLE, Boone Co., n 995 

pop., on Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis 

& Chicago Rd., 15 m. from Indianapolis. 

Surrounded by a farming district. 

TIMES; Thursdays; four pages; size- 
24x36; subscription $1 ; established 1873; Cal. 
Gault, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 



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ACKLEY, Hardin Co., a 2,230 pop.,, 
on Iowa division of Illinois Central Rd., at 
intersection of Central Rd. of Iowa, 43 m. 
from Marshalltown. Centre of a thriving 
trade, and extensively engaged in shipping 
grain and live stock. 

ENTERPRISE J Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1868 ; J. H. Scales, editor ; J. G. 
Thomas, publisher ; circulati<m K 2. 



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TRIBUNE; Tuesday; republican ; four 
pages; size2tix4(i; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1883; Woodruff & Cook, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

ADAIR, Adair Co., p 750 pop., on Chi- 
cago, Rock Island & Paeiflc Rd., 60 m. W. of 
Des Moines. Grain elevator and several 
hotels. 

NEWS ; Saturdajs ; independent ; four 

Sages ; size 24x35 ; subscription §1.25 ; estab- 
shed 1882 ; G. W. Wilkinson, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

ADEIi, C. H., Dallas Co.. D 1,200 pop., 
on Coon r., 22 m. W. of Des Moines, on Wa- 
bash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd. Surrounded 
by a wealthy farming district and centre of 
a large trade. 

DALLAS CO. DEMOCRAT; Thurs 
days ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1866; Sam E. Carrell, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1. 

DALLAS CO. NEWS; Wednesdays; 
republican ; f om- pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1872; Noel & Hotchkiss, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

NEW ERA; Thursdays; greenback; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1.25 ; 
established 1878; W. H. Rickerson, editor; 
New Era Pi-inting Co., publishers; circ'n L 2. 

AFTON, C. H., Union Co., g 1,231? pop., 

on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 50 m. 
■ S. W. of Des Moines and 180 W. of Burling- 
ton. Manufactures of various kinds are 
carried on ; centre of a good trade and prin- 
cipal shipping point for large area. 
ENTERPRISE; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 22x30 ; subscription $1 ; established 1880 ; 
Baxter & Claussen, editors and publishers; 
circulation L 2 . 

TRIBUNE-NEWS; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1877; Chapman & Thrall, 
editors and publishers ; circulation .J 1 . 

AGENCY, Wapello Co., g 600 pop., 
on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd. 
Has good schools. 
TRIBUNE; Saturday; four pages; size 

24x45 ; established 1885 ; Frank Morehous, 

editor and publisher. 

AINSWORTH, Washington Co., O^ 
4U0 pop., on the Chicago. Rock Island & 
Pacific Rd., 114 m. from Washington. An 
agricultural and stock raising county. 
CLIPPER; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
20x26 ; subscription $1 ; established 1883 ; J. H. 
Pearson, editor and publisher; circ'n L2 ; 
issue also the Western Farmer and Horti- 
culturist. 

FLORAL INSTRUCTOR; monthly; 
floricultural; sixteen pages ; size of page 9x12; 
subscription .50 cents ; established 1880; R. 
Rennie 3IcGill, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation 1 2 . 

WESTERN FARMER AND HOR- 
TICULTURIST: monthly; agricultural; 
four pages ; size 20x26 ; subscription 50 cents ; 
established 1878; J. H. Pearson, editor and 
publisher ; circulation G 1 ; iW Actual aver- 
age circulation for one year preceding Jan. 
1, 1886, as :per statement on file at the office 
of the AmeHcan Newspaper Directory, 5,616 
copies; issue also the Clipper. 

AKRON, Plymouth Co., \j 500 pop., 
on Big Sioux r. and Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 
Rd., 30 m. from Sioux City ; excellent water 
power. 
WESTERN DELTA ; Fridays ; four 



pages; size 24x85; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1882 ; Geo. W. Peck, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

AliBIA, C. H., Monroe Co., g 2,435t 
pop., at intersection of Chicago, Burlington 
& Quincy Rd. with Central Rd. of Iowa and 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 100 m. 
from Burlington. Surrounded by extensive 
coal mines. 

DEMOCRAT: Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1878 ; Weber & Howard, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1. 

OPINION; Saturdays; national; four 
pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1884 ; E. O. Davis, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2 . 
UNION; Thursdays; republican; four 

f)ages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
ished 1860 ; M. M. Walden, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1. 

ALiDEN, Hardin Co., a 600 pop., on 
Iowa r. and Iowa division of Illinois Cen- 
tral and Chicago, Iowa & Dakota Rds., 149 
m. W. of Dubuque ; di-aws a large trade 
from the Upper Iowa Valley. An extensive 
grain and cattle-shipping point. 

TIMES ; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1878 ; Furry Bros., 
editors and publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

AL.GONA, C. H., Kossuth Co., b 1,940 
pop., on Des Moines r., and Iowa and Dako- 
ta division of Chicago, Milwaukee & St. 
Paul Rd., and Toledo & N. W. branch of 
Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 126 m. from 
McGregor, 120 N. by W. of Des Moines. En- 
gaged in milling and manufacturing, the 
river furnishing abundant power for the 
former. Surrounded by an agricultural, 
manufacturing, dairying, and stock-raising 
district. 

COURIER; Fridays; four pages; size 
26x40: established 1884; H. I. Wassou, editor 
and publisher. 

REPUBLICAN; Wednesdays ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $2 ; 
establisheff 1871; Milton Starr, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

UPPER DES MOINES; Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 28x44; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1866 ; Ingham & Warren, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

ALL.ERTON, Wayne Co., g 1,022 
pop., on the C, R. L & P. Rd. Central town 
of Wayne county. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; independent-demo- 
cratic ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1872 ; D. D. Shirley, editor ; 
Allerton News Co., publishers ; circ'n K 2. 

ALLISON, C. H., Butler Co., b 500 
pop., on Dubuque & Dakota Rd., 100 m. from 
Dubuque. 

BUTLER CO. TRIBUNE; Thursdays-, 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; 
established 1881 ; E. E. Schrack, editor ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

ALT A, Buena Vista Co., )j 700 pop., on 
111. Cent. Rd., about half way between Fort 
Dodge and Sioux City. On the highest point 
of land between the Mississippi and Mis- 
souri rivers. Agricultui-al products and 
stock-raising. 
ADVERTISER; Fridays ; independent; 

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tablished 18<( ; Walpole & Smith, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 1. 

ALTON, Sioux Co., \2 800 pop., at 
junction Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & 
Omaha, and Chicago & Northwestern Rds. 
Has grist mill. A shipping point for flour, 
grain and cattle. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridaj's ; f our pages; size 
24x36 ; subscription §2 ; established 1882 ; Will 
A. Wells, editor and publisher ; circ'n J 1 . 

AMES, Sto7-y Co., a 1,400 pop., on Iowa 
division of Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 
and is the terminus of Des Moines & Min- 
nesota Rd. Seat of Iowa Agricultural Col- 
lege. The town is a local trade centre. 

INTELLIGENCER; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscrip- 
tion .SI. 50 ; established 1869 ; J. E. Duncan, 
editor and publisher ; circulation J 1. 

M O N I T O R : Thursdays ; eight pages ; 
size 40x44 ; subscription §1.50 ; established 
1885 : E. W. Clark, editor and publisher. 

AURORA; monthly; thirty two pages 
octavo ; subscription .$1 ; established 1873 ; 
Literary Societies of the Iowa State Agricul- 
tural College, editoi's and publishers ; circu- 
lation L 2 ; a college paper ; issued during the 
collegiate year. 

!STLDENT'S FARM JOURNAL; 
monthly ; agricultural ; eight pages ; size 
18x24 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 1884 ; 
Bardwell & Jones, editors ; Agricultural and 
Horticultural Association of Iowa Agricul- 
tural College, publishers ; circulation J 2 

ANAMOSA, C. U., Jones Co., n- 2,083 
pop., on Wapsipinicon r., and Dubuque Br. 
of Chicago, MU. & St. Paul Rd., at junction 
and Western terminus of Iowa Midland Rd. 
50 m. from Dubuque and 71 from Clinton. 
Centre of a large farming region, having an 
active trade, and near most extensive stone 
quarries in the west. 

EUREKA; Thursdaj's ; republican ; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription 81-75 ; es- 
tablished 1856 ; E. Booth & Son, editors and 
publisliers : ciT'Culation J 1. 

JOURNAL ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 1872 ; C. H. 
Monger, editor and publislier ; circulation J 1. 

ANDREW, Jackson Co., O- 329 pop., 

located 8 m. from Maquoketa, in a farming 

country. 

BLAETTER A US DEN \VAISEN- 
HAUSERN ; monthly ; German ; lutheran; 
eight pages ; size 9x12 ; subscription 25 cents ; 
established 1872; F. Lutz, editor; .1. G. Reen- 
bold, puljlisher; does not in.sert advertise- 
ments. 

ANGUS, Boone Co., n 3,500 pop., on 
Des Moines & Fort Dodge Rd., at terminus 
of Minneapolis & St. Louis Rd., 35 'm. from 
Des Moines. Engaged in coal mining. 

BLACK DIAMOND ; Saturdays ; eight 

Sages ; size 34x48 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
shed 1883; Kob't A. Lowry, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 1. 

ANITA, Cass Co., jn 850pop., 1.5 m.E. 
of Atlantic, on Chicago, Rock Island & Pa- 
cific Rd. An agricultural countrj ; three 
large grain elevators. A prospei-ous to^^^l. 

REPUBLICAN; Tuesdays; four pages; 
size 2(jx40; subscription .SI. 50; establisned 
1885: J. M. Brigurs, editor and publisher. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
26x40; subscription $1.50; established 1883 ; 



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Sherman F. Myers, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 2. 

ASHTON, Osceola Co., ^ 35 pop., on 

Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Rd. 

CHRONICLE; Saturdays ; four pages; 
size 24x35; subscription ,$1.50; established 
1885 ; W. H. Grau, editor and publisher. 

ATLANTIC, C. H., Cass Co., . 5,000 
pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific and 
proposed route of the Kansas Cit j% Atlantic 
& Northeastern Rds., 52 m. E. of Council 
Bluffs and 82 W. of Des Moines. Business 
point for an agricultural conrmunity. 

TELEGRAPH ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; daily— four pages, weekly six 
pages ; size— daily 22x30, weekly (size of page) 
22x28; subscription— daily .$6. weekly $1.50; 
established — daily 1879, weekly 1871 ; Lafay- 
ette Young, editor and publisher ; cu'cula- 
tion— daily K 1, weeklv J 2. 

CASS CO. DE:>I0CRAT; Tuesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscrip- 
tion S1.50; established 1880; C. F. Chase & 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation J 1. 

3IESSENGER ; Fridays; republican; 
four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1865 ; J. H. Willey, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE; Thursdays; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Sanders e>t Sovereign, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1. 

AUDUBON, C. H., Audubon Co., -o 
1,650 pop.. Northern terminus of branch of 
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., and 
Southern terminus of C. & N. W. Rd. Has 
water works and large flouring mills. Mar- 
ket town of large and populous farming 
and stock-raising countrj'. 

AUDUBON CO., ADVOCATE ; 

Wednesdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1878 ; 
R. Moore Carpenter, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

REPUBLICAN; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 26x40; subscription $1.50; established 
1886; Cousins & Foster, editors and publishers. 

TIMES; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
28x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1879 ; 
Wil.son S. Kimball, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

AURELIA, Cherokee Co.,^ 500 pop., 

on I. C. Rd., between Fort Dodge and Sioux 

City. Grain and stock-raising. 

SENTINEL; Thursdaj's; independent; 
four pages : size 20x26 ; established 1882 ; A. 
L. Belevv, editor and publisher ; circ'n L2. 

AVOCA, Pottaioattomie Co., J3 2,000 
pop., situated on Chicago, Rock Island & 
Pacific Rd., 40 m. from Council Bluffs. Sur- 
rounded by an agricultural country. Centre 
of a good trade. 

DELTA; Thursdays; eight pages; size 
34x4S; subscription ,$1.50; established 1871; 
J. H. Me Arthur, editor and publisher ; cii'cu- 
lation .1 1. 

HERALD ; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 2Sx44; subscription $1.50: 
established 1S80; A. P. Cramer, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

'BA'SC'ROTT, Kossuth Co., [^ 350 pop., 

on Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 150 m. from 

Des Moines. 

REGISTER; Thursdays; eiRlit pages: 
size 26x40; subscription $1.50; establi-shed 1883; 
David A. Ellis,editor and,publisher; circ'n L 2 . 



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BATTLE CREEK, Ma Co., -a 600 

pop., on M. R. Rd. and Maple r., 8 m. from 

Ida Grove. A farming section. 

TIMES ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
jages ; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
ished ISTi); S. W. Young, editor and pub- 



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lislier ; circulation K 1. 

BAYARD, Guthrie Co., -n 500 pop., 

on Ch., M. & St. P. Rds., surrounded by an 

excellent corn-producing district. 

NEWS ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 30x42 ; 
established 1884 ; C. A. Brown, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation L2. 

BEDFORD, C. H., Taylor Co., D 1,76. f 
pop., on Creston and Bedford branch of 
Burlington & Missouri River Rd., 6.5 m. from 
St. Joseph and about 100 from Des Moines. 
It Is situated in a fine agricultural district. 

SOUTH-WEST DEMOCRAT; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $2; established 1880; E. Houck, 
editor; J. D. Smith, publisher; circ'n J 2. 

TAYL-OR CO. REPUBLICAN ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estal)lished 1877 ; 
Pierce & Lucas, editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation .T 2. 

TAYLOR CO. TRIBUNE; Saturdays; 
eight pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription SI ; es- 
tablished 1884 ; J. E. Barugrover, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

BELLE PLAINE,^en<o?i Co., d- 2,200 
pop. , on lov^ra division of Chicago & North- 
western Rd., 34 m. W. of Cedar Rapids and 
25 S. "W. of Vinton and Northern terminus 
of Ottumwa, Cedar Falls & St. Paul Rd. 

INDEPENDENT ; Wednesdays; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1876 ; J. P. Wallace, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

UNION ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 28x44; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1867 ; Geo. R. Lee, editor and publish- 
er ; circulation K 1. 

BELLEVUE, Jackson Co., o 1,550 
pop., on Mississippi r., 25 m. below Dubuque, 
12 S. E. of Galena, 111. It has a fine steamer 
landing, and large quantities of produce 
are shipped from the surrounding agricul- 
tural districts ; also manufactures phos- 
phorus. 

LEADER; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 : es- 
tablished 1870 ; W. O. Evans, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

BELMOND, Wright Co., [^ 1,000 pop., 

on Iowa r., with good water power; rich agri- 

cultiu'al region. 

HERALD; Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; 
established 1873 ; Silas A. Keeler, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

BIRMINGHAM, Van Buren Co., r\ 
515+ pop., on Fort Madison & Northwestern 
Rd., about 12 m. N. of Keosauqua. The Des 
Moines r. runs through the county. Manu- 
factures carried on. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdaj-s ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; - subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1870 ; Sheward & Parker, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

FREE PRESS; Thursdays; six pages; 
size of page 11x16 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1885 ; Geo. Warrington, editor and 
publisher. 



BLAIRSTOWN, Benton Co.. u- 050 

pop., on tlie Chicago & Northwestern Rd. 

Sasli, blind and carriage manufactories 

here ; also Blairstown Academy. 

RISING SUN; Wednesdays; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1885; Ed. K. Henry, editor; A. L. 
Hayden, publisher. 



BLANC HARD, Pag^. Co., p 600 pop., 
on Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 66 m. 
S. of Council Bluffs, Iowa. Important 
grain-growing and shipping point, with 
two large grain elevators. 

RECORD; Thursdays ; prohibition ; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1.00; es- 
tablished 1879 ; Rufus Johnson, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

STATE-LINE LEADER; Fridays ; in- 
dependent ; four pages ; size 2iixi6; subscrip- 
tion 75 cents ; established 1882 ; Geo. J. Shep- 
ard, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

BLOOMFIELD, C. H., Davis Co., p 

1,800 pop., near Fox r., at the junction of 
the Chicago, Burlington & Kansas City and 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rds., 70 m. W. 
N. W. of Keokuk and 85 from Burlington. 
The centre of a fertile and thriving agri- 
cultural region and the trade centre for a 
large section. 

DAVIS CO. REPUBLICAN; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; 
subscription $1.60 ; established 1863 ; Fortune 
& Wright, editors and publishers ; circ'n J 1. 
DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 1869 ; Walker & Evans, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

LEGAL TENDER GREENBACK; 
Thursdays ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.50 ; established 1878 ; R. F. Davis and 
H. Palmer, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion J 2. 

BONAPARTE, Van Buren Co., O, 
1,000 pop., on Des Moines r. and Des Moines 
Valley Rd., 35 m. N. W. of Keokuk. A grain 
and stock market, and engaged in manu- 
facturing. . 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1877 ; J. F. Murphy, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

BOONE, Boone Co., n 4,800 pop., on 
Iowa division of Chicago & Northwestern 
Rd., at terminus of the St. Louis, Des 
Moines & Northern Rd., 342 m. from Chicago 
and 121 W. of Cedar Rapids. Milling and 
manufacturing of various kinds are carried 
on, as is also coal mining— the coal beds 
being about 90 feet below the surface ; fire 
and potters' clay is also found. It is sur- 
rounded by a fine farming country. 

BOONE CO. DEMOCRAT; Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $2; established 1868; J. Horn- 
stein, editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

BOONE CO. REPUBLICAN; Wed- 
nesdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1865 ; W. B. 
Means, editor ; Republican Printing Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation J 1. 

DER BOONE HEROLD ; Fridays; Ger- 
man : four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1882; H. Kaul, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

STANDARD; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 26x40 subscription $2 ; es- 



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tablished 1865 ; John M. Brainard, editor and 
publisher -, circulation K 2. 

BOONSBORO, C. H., Boone Co., D 
1,438 pop., 13^ m. from Des Moines r. and 13^ 
ra. from C. & N. W. Rd. Station. Surround- 
ed by a hilly country in which coal is 
abundant. 

NEWS; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 
24xa5; subscription SI. 50; established 1879 ; C. 
S. Evans, publisher ; Boonsboro Pi-inting and 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

SR£DA, Carroll Co., -D 150 pop., on 

Chicago & Northwestern Rd. Numerous 
small stores. 

OSTFKIESISCHE NACHRICH- 

TEN ; Saturdays ; German ; four pages : size 
21x30 ; subscription .$1 ; established 1882 ; L. 
Hundliug, editor and publisher. 

BRIGHTON, Washington Co., r^ 1,200 
pop., on Southwestern division of Chicago, 
Rock Island & Pacific Rd., at junction of 
Iowa Central and Burlington & Western 
(narrow gauge) Rds., 13 m. S. W. of Wash- 
ington. Surrounded by a fine agricultural 
country. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1882 ; C. C. Heacock, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

NEWS ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 24x^5 ; subscription $1.50; estab 
fished 1879 ; G. H. & V. E. Frasher, editors and 
publishers ; circulation L 2 . 

BRITT, Hancock Co., [^ 7.50 pop., at 
junction of Iowa & Dakota Div. of Chicago, 
Mil. & St. Paul and M. &St. Louis Rds., 21 m. 
E. of Algona, 148 W. of McGregor and 165 S. 
of Minneapolis, Minn. Prosperous town in 
centre of county, which is rapidly being set- 
tled. In a stock-raising and agricultm-al 
country. 

HANCOCK CO. TRIBUNE ; Thurs 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription S2; established 1879; E. E. Adams, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

HANCOCK DEMOCRAT; Fridays; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1885; Rob. J. W. Bloom, editor 
and publisher. 

BROOKLYN, Poiveshiek Co., n 1,900 

pop., division station of Chicago, Rock 

Island & Pacific Rd., 105 m. from Davenport 

and 75 E. of Des Moines. Situated in a rich 

prairie. Is the centre of a large gi'ain and 

stock trade. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 26x40 ; subscription §1.50 ; established 
1875; F. R. Conaway, editor; circulation K 2. 

BRUSH CREEK, Fayette Co., cf 1,000 
pop., on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. 
Paul Rd., 70 m. from Dubuque. Has a flour- 
ishing mechanical and mercantile trade. 

NEWS ; Fridays ; independent ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1874; O. H. O.sborn,, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

BUFFALO, Scott Co., a- 410 pop., 

on tlie Mississippi r., 10 m. from Davenport, 
on the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd. 
Coal mining is the jirincipal imiustry. 

SCOTT CO. IlLADE; Thursdays ; four 

f)ages ; size 26x40; subscription $2; estab- 
ished 1882 ; A. J. Allen, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 



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BURLINGTON, C. H., Des Moines^ 
Co., Q, 25,000 pop., on Mississippi r. and Chi- 
cago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., and eight 
other important railroads, 207 m. from 
Chicago, 255 from St. Louis. This city was- 
settled in 1833, and now has the most ad- 
vanced citj' improvements, including the 
Holly system of water works, a public sys- 
tem of steam supply and the Vanderpolfr 
electric light. Considerable manufactur- 
ing is carried on. The extensive machine 
shops of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rd. are located hei-e. The centre of a large 
and flourishing wholesale and retail trade,, 
and has considerable river commerce. 

GAZETTE; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLiY, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; dailv four pages, weekly six pages ;. 
size— dailv 26x40, weekly (size of page) 20x26 ^ 
subscription— dailv $8, weekly $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1837 ; A. C. Hutchinson, manager ; 
circulation— daily J 2, weekly G 1. 
HAWK-EYE; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; daily and news 
trade edition of weekly 
six pages, weekly 
eight pages ; size— daily 
and news trafie edition 
of weekly 26x40, weekly 
(size of page) 16x26 ; sub- 
scriptio n— d ally $9» 
weekly §1.25; established 
fp^^ Ifv^jM^ 1839 ; The Hawk-Eye Co., 
'?^^U'^J^^^^& editors and publishers ; 
VM:3^''^'fV:=^^P circ'n— daily 12, weekly 
H 1, news trade edition of weekly G 1. 

IOWA TRIBUNE; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays ;^ 
German ; democratic ; daily four pages, 
weekly ten pages ; size— daily 26x40, weekly 
fsize of page) 15x22 ; subscription— daily $8, 
weekly $2 ; established 1861 ; J. J. Wohlwend 
& Son, editors and publishers; circulation — 
daily K 1. weekly .J l. 

JUSTICE ; every morning except Mon- 
daj'; four pages; size 22x30; subscription $5 ; 
established 18*^5; Justice Co-opei'ative Print-' 
Ing Association, editors and publishers. 

SATURDAY EVENING POST ; 
Saturdays ; republican ; eight pages : size of 
page 13x20; subscription $1.50; established 
1882 : J. W. Murphy, editor and publisher j 
circulation J 2. 

COLLEGE SITTINGS; monthly; ten 
pages ; size of page 8x10 ; subscription 50 
cents ; established 1885 ; Students of Burling- 
ton College, editors and publishers; a college 
paper ; issued during the collegiate year. 

JOURNAL OF LITERATURE; 
monthly; eight pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1885 ; Harry Johnson,^ 
editor and publisher. 

CALLIOPE, SioiLV Co., ^ 1,000 pop.,, 
on Big Sioux r. at junction Chicago, Mil- 
waukee & St. Paul and Chicago & North- 
western Rd., midwaj- between Sioux City 
and Sioux Falls. Great water power. 

INDEPENDENT? Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages; size 26x4t); subscription 
$1.50; established 1878; D. O. Stone, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1. 

SIOUX VALLEY BliADE; Thurs- 
davs; eight pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$1.5(1; established 1885; B. Frank Knapp, edi- 
tor and j)Ublisher. 

GALMAR, Winneshiek Co., cf l/^^OO 
pop., on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rd.» 
45 m. W. of McGregor. Engaged in the 



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manufacture of wagons, ploughs and 

sleighs, and shipping live stock and grain. 

CLARION; Saturdays; eight pages; size 
26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 1875 ; A. 
E. Winrott, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 1. 

CAMBRIDGE, Story Co., a 1,000 

pop., on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rd., 

at junction of Skunk r. Manufactories of 

various kinds. 

HERALD ; Thurdays; four pages; size 
22x30; subscription $1.25; established 1885; 
Chas. D. Parkes, editor and publisher. 

CARROLii, C. H., Carroll Co., <3 
2,000 pop., on Iowa division of Chicago & 
Northwestern Rd., 92 ni. from Council 
Bluffs. Indian corn, wheat, oats and pork 
are the chief products. Large forests of 
oak, hickory, black walnut, etc. Abundant 
quantities of limestone, coal and sand- 
stone. 

DER DEMOKRAT; Fridaj^s ; German ; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1874 ; F. Florencourt, edi- 
tor ; Demokrat Printing Co., publishers ; cir- 
culation K 2 

HERALD; Wednesdays; eight pages; 
size 40X.52 ; subscription $2 ; established 1868 ; 
Hastings & Maclean, editors and publishers ; 
circulation J 1. 

SENTINEL ; Fridays; eight pages ; size 
35x48 ; subscription $2 ; established 1877 ; 
M. Miller, editor and publisher ; eirc'n J 1 . 

CARSON, Pottawattomie Co., p 500 

pop., on branch of C, R. I. & P. and C, B. & 

Quincy Rd., 25 m. E. of Council Bluffs. 

Raises corn, hogs and cattle. 

CRITIC; Thursdays; eight pages ; size 
30x44 ; established 1882 ; Roland Layton, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

CASCADE, Dubuque Co., n- 1,000 pop., 

on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rd., 10 

m. from Farley Junction and 26 m. from 

Dubuque. Has large flour mill. 

PIONEER; Fridays; eight pages; size 
26x40 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1876 ; 
I. W. Baldwin, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion .J 1. 

CASEY, GM^/trie Co., •^I] 700 pop., a 
station on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific 
Rd., 51 m. from Des Moines. General mer- 
chandizing carried on. 

VINDICATOR ; Fridays; eight pages; 
size26.x40; subscription $1.50; established 1878; 
W. P. Cowman & Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation L 2 . 

CEDAR FALLS, Blaclc Hawk Co., D- 
4,000 pop., on Cedar r., and on Iowa divi- 
sion of the Illinois Central, at the intersec- 
tion of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Min- 
nesota Rds. ; also northern terminus of 
Wisconsin, Iowa & Nebraska Rd., 162 m. 
from Burlington and 99 from Dubuque. A 
manufacturing town, possessing excellent 
water power. 

GAZETTE ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1860 ; Snyder & Hurd, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation J 1. 

JOURNAL ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
eight pages ; size 34x48 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1883; Hand & Bochenter, editors 
and publishers ; circulation K 2. 



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CEDAR RAPIDS, Linn Co., o 18,000 
pop., on Cedar r. and Burlington, Cedar 
Rapids & Northern Rd. at intersection of 
Chicago & Northwestern Rd. and junc- 
tion of Chicago, Mil. & St. P. Rd., 79 m. 
from Dubuque and 100 from Burlington. 
It has good water power ; has large manu- 
facturing interests, and does large whole- 
sale trade. 

EVENING GAZETTE; every evening 
except Sunday, and GAZETTE, Thursdays;, 
daily four to twelve pages, weekly eight 
pages ; daily (size of page) 18x24, weekly 
30x44 ; subscription— daily $6, weekly $1.25 ; 
established 1883; F. W. Faulkes, editor; Ga- 
zette Co., publishers; circulation— daily J 1,. 
weekly K 2. 

REPUBLICAN ; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size — daily 26x40, 
I weekly 30x44 ; subscription— daily $8, weekly 
$1.25 ; established— daily 1870, weekly 1872 ;. 
Republican Printing Co., editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation— dailv J 2, weekly J 1. 

DEMOKKAT; Fridays ; German ; 
democratic; eight pages; size 34x46; sub- 
scription $1..50 ; established 1883 ; J. Dietrich, 
editor : Demokrat Publishing Co., publishers ; 
circulation K 1. 

GAZETTE: (see Evening Gazette.) 

SATURDAY EVENING CHAT; 
Saturdays ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1882 ; Benzinger & Barr, 
editors and publishers ; circulation J 1 . 

SATURDAY GOSSIP; Saturdays; 
eight pages ; size of page 15x22 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1882 ; Hunt & McCormack, 
editors and publishers ; circulation J 2. 

STANDARD ; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages; size 30x44; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1867; Chas. H. Playter, editor and 
publisher; circulation .1 1. 

TIMES ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1851 ; F. McClelland, editor ; Ayei'S 
& McClelland, publishers; circulation .J 1. 

FRA ALLE LANDE ; semi-monthly;. 
Skaudinavian ; sixteen pages ; size 9x12 ; 
subscription 75 cents ; established 1885 ; N. 
Fr. Hansen, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion J 2. 

FARM JOURNAL AND LIVE 
STOCK REVIEW; monthly; agricul- 
tui-al ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1879 ; Journal Publishing Co., 
publishers ; circulation F 2. 

IOWA FARMER; monthly; agricul- 
tural ; twenty pages ; size of page 11x13 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1877 ; Alexander 
Charles, editor ; Iowa Farmer Co., publishers ; 
circulation G 1. 

CENTERVILiLE, C. H., Appanoose 
Co., g 3,446 pop., about 90 m. S. S. E. of Des 
Moines, on Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 
and 150 m. S. W. of Davenport on the South- 
w^estern division of the Chicago, Rock Is- 
land & Pacific Rd., 95 W. of Keokuk, on 
the Missouri, Iowa & Nebraska Rd. En- 
gaged in manufacturing and mining. The 
country is well timbered and rich in min- 
eral resources. 

APPANOOSE lOWEGIAN; Thurs- 
days , eight pages ; size 14x20 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1883; Chas. E. Vrooman, 
editor and publisher; circulation I 1. 

CITIZEN ; Wednesdays; republican; four 

f)ages ; size 28x44; subscription $1..50; estab- 
ished,1864; W. O. Crosby and J. C. Barrows, 
editors; W. O. Crosby & Co., publishers; cir- 
culation J 2. 

JOURNAL ; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1872; S. L. Harvey, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 1 . 



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CENTRE POINT, iinn Co., o 1,000 
pop., on Rd., 20 m. N. of Cedar Rapids, on 
B., C. R. & N. Rd. Good market ; numerous 
business houses and growing wholesale 
trade; good schools. 

COURIER JOURNAL; Saturdays; 
non-partisan ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription §1.25 ; established 1876 ; Oxley & 
Floyd, editors and publishers ; circ'n K 1. 

CHARITON, C. H., Lucas Co., g 3,500 
pop., on Chariton r. and Chicago, Burling- 
ton & Quincy, and Chariton, Des M. & South- 
ern Rds., and at junction of Chariton 
branch to Kansas City ; 55 m. fi'om Ottum- 
wa. It is the central trading point between 
the Mississippi and Missouri rs. 

DE3IOCRAT; Fridays ; democratic ; 
f oiu' pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription .§1.50 ; 
establislied 1872: S. S. King, editor; S. H 
Mallorv (^ Co.. publishers ; circulation K 2. 

PATRIOT; Wednesdays; I'epublican ; 
four pages; size 31x44; subscription $1-50; 
established 1857 ; E. Lewis, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation .J 2. 

DAIRY FARMER; monthly; dairy- 
ing ; twenty-pages ; size of page 10x13 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; e-itablished 1883 ; Robt. Marshall, 
editor; Temple Bros., publishers; circula- 
tion J 1 . 

REAL. ESTATE CRITERION; 
monthly ; real estate ; sixteen pages ; size of 
page 6x12 ; subscription SI. 50 ; established 
1885; Thorpe Bros., editors and publishers. 

CHARLES CITY, C. H., Floyd Co., 
i 3,500 pop., on Cedar r., and Iowa division 
of Illinois Central Rd., at intersection of 
Iowa & Dakota division of Milwaukee & St. 
Paul and proposed route of the La Crosse, 
Minnesota & Northern Iowa Rds., 139 m. 
from Dubuque and 90 from McGregor. It 
possesses good water power. 

FLOYD CO. ADVOCATE; Thurs 
days ; republican; four pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $2 : established 1868 ; B. F. Wright 
and S. M. Wright, editors ; B. F. Wright, pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1. 

FLOYD CO. CITIZEN ; Fridays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 : subscrip- 
tion S1.25; established 1884; Boulton & Det- 
wiler. editors and publishers; circulation J 1. 

INTELLIGENCER; Tuesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscrip- 
tion .$150; established 1856; Dyke Bros., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

CHEROKEE, C. H., Cherokee Co., ^ 
2,5(X) pop., on Little Sioux r., and on a di- 
vision of the Illinois Central Rd., 59 m. from 
Sioux Citj\ Surrounded by fine farming 
lands ; in the great agricultural district of 
Northwestern Iowa. Cherokee county has 
an area of about six hundred square miles, 
and is intersected by the Little Sioux r. 
and several smaller streams. 

CHE ROKEAN ; Tuesdays ; eight pages ; 
size of page 15.x22; subscription §1 ; estab- 
lished 1885; Will P. Goldie, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

DKHOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
eiglit payees ; size of paj^e 15x22; established 
18S5 ; J. C. Jones, editor and publisher. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; fourpages; 
size 26x40: sub<;cription S1.-50 ; established 
1884; Frank P. Beslin, editor and publisher; 
cii'CulatioM K 1. 

T I 31 E S ; Thursdays ; eicht pages ; size 
85x48 ; established 1869 : K. L. Rowe and C. A. 
Bishop, editors and publishers ; circ'n .T 1. 



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CHURDAN, Greene Co., n on the 
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd. 

GREENE CO. CLARION; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion .§1.50 ; established 1885 ; S. W. Grove, edi- 
tor and publisher. 

CLARENCE, Cedar Co., n- 750 pop., 
on the Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 47 m. 
W. of Clinton. General merchandising. 
Has schools, flour mills, church and several 
grain warehouses. 

SUN ; Fridays ; six pages : size of page 
13x20 ; established 1880 ; Jos. W. Owen, editor 
and publisher. 

CLARINDA, C. H., Paije Co., p 4,000 
pop., on Nodaway r. and Chicago, Burling- 
ton & Quincy and Humeston & Shenandoah 
and Wabash Rds., 75 m. S. E. of Council 
Bluffs. Engaged in agriculture, stock rais- 
ing and manufacturing. 

HERALD; Wednesdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1858 ; Barker & Lisle, editors and 
publishers; circulation J 1. 

JOURNAL; Fridays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1881 ; Bailey & Skeed, editors ; L. S. 
Hanna. publisher: circulation L2. 

PAGE CO. DE3IOCRAT; Thursdays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1868; N. C. Ridenour. 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

CHRISTIAN GLEANER ; (see Rock- 
ford. 111.) 

CLARION, C. H., Wright Co., ^ 650 
pop., in central part of State and about 25 
m. N. E. of Fort Dodge. In a fine farming 
district. 

W^RIGHT CO. DE:>I0CRAT ; Wed- 
nesdays ; democratic ; eight pages ; size 26x40; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1884 ; Walter 
Elder, editor and publisher ; circulation L2. 

WRIGHT CO. MONITOR ; Wednes 
days ; eight pages ; size 3ux44 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1869 ; J. C. Harwood, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

CLARKSVILLE, Butler Co., ^ 1,040 
pop., on Sliell Rock r. and Burlington, Cedar 
Rapids & Northern and D. & D. Rds., 186 m. 
from Burlington. Engaged in manufactur- 
ing and a trade centre. 

STAR; Thursdays ; republican ; eight 
pages ; size 31x44 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1863 ; Madigan & Mori-ison, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2. 

CLEARFIELD. Taylor Co., p 400 

pop., on Humeston & Shenandoah Rd. 

An agricultural and stock-raising district. 

A shipping point for grain. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; eight pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription .$1.50; established 
1882; A. C. Talley, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 2. 

CLEAR LAKE, Cerro Gordo Co., i 
1,1)95 pop., on lake of same name, and on the 
Iowa & Dakota division of the Milwaukee 
& St. Paul Rd., 10 m. from Mason City. 

3IIRROR; Tliursdays ; republican ; four 

f)ages ; size 26x4it ; subscription .$1.50; estab- 
ished 1870 ; Chas. A. Cooley and Al. Asplin, 
editors and publishers; circulation K 1. 

RECORD; Saturdays; eight pages; size 
26x40; subscription $1 ; established 188U; L.J. 
Luey, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 



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CLINTON, C. H., Clinton Co., n- 12,000 
pop., on Mississippi r., 42 m. above Daven- 
port and 13^ from Lyons, on the Chicago & 
Northwestern, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. 
Paul, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and 
Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern 
Rds. Extensively engaged in lumber and 
various other manufactures. The railroail 
repair shops are located here. It has a 
large and rapidly growing trade. 

HERALiD ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays ; republi- 
can ; daily four pages, weekly twelve pages ; 
size — daily 26x40, weekly (size of page) 15x32 ; 
subscription — dailj' $8, weekly $1.50 ; estab- 
lished—daily 1868, weekly 1856 ; Clinton Herald 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation— daily 
K 2, weekly J 2. 

NEWS ; every morning except Monday; 
and WEERLiY, Saturdays; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages ; size— daily 24x36 ; 
weekly, size of page, 18x24 ; subscription- 
daily $6, weekly SI ; established— daily 1882 ; 
weekly 1885 ; E. W. Conable, editor ; News 
Publishing Co., publishers ; circulation — daily 
J 1 , weekly J 1 . 

A GE ; Fridays ; democratic ; eight pages ; 
size 30x43; subscription $1.50; established 
1868 ; Edward H. Thayer, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

DIE IOWA VOL.KS-ZEITUNG; 
Fridays ; Grerman ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1867 ; J. Lietz, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

SATURDAY EVENING BUGLE: 
Saturdays ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscrip- 
tion $1.25 ; established 1881 ; C. Henry Dean, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 2. 

COIN, Page Co., JJ 700 pop., at junction 
of the Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific and Chi- 
cago, Burlington & Quincy Rds. Has grain 
elevators, flouring mill, foundry, lumber 
yards, etc. A place of trade. 

COURIER ; Thm-sdays ; republican ; four 

f)ages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
ished 1885 ; A. A. Thompson, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

E A GLiE ; Fridays ; eight pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1881 ; Arthur 
Rozelle, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1. 

COLiFAX, Jasper Co., a 1,200 pop., 

on Chicaqua r. and Chicago, Rock Island 

& Pacific Rd., 23 m. E. of Des Moines. 

Medicinal springs, eight in number, are 

located here ; an invalid resoi't. Large 

milling interests ; shipping point for grain 

and cattle. 

CLIPPER; Saturdays; republican ; four 
pages; size 24x35; subscription $1.50; estab