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AMERICAN 



NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



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A DESCRIPTION OF ALL THE NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS^-, 
PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES, DOMINION OF 
CANADA AND NEWFOUNDLAND, AND OF THE . 
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CONTENTS. 



INTRODUCTORY. ' 

Preface Paoe 27 

Statistical Table of Newspapers for 1891 /5o 

Explanations of the Plan of Publication , 50 



PART I. 



■GAZETTEER AND CATALOGUE OF NEWSPAPERS BY STATES Paoe 57 



ALABAMA PAOE 57 

ALASKA 65 

ARIZONA 65 

ARKANSAS 66 

CALIFORNIA 75 

COLORADO 96 

CONNECTICUT 106 

DELAWARE 114 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 116 

FLORIDA 118 

GEORGIA 124 

IDAHO 136 

ILLINOIS 138 

INDIAN 191 

INDIANA 192 

IOWA 219 

KANSAS 253 

KENTUCKY 283 

LOUISIANA 294 

MAINE 301 

MARYLAND 309 

MASSACHUSETTS 316 

MICHIGAN 343 

MINNESOTA 370 

MISSISSIPPI 390 

MISSOURI 397 

MONTANA 428 

NEBRASKA 430 

NEVADA 454 

NEW HAJffPSHIRE 455 



NEW JERSEY 461 

NEW MEXICO 175 

NEW YORK 477 

NORTH CAROLINA 547 

NORTH DAKOTA 556 

OHIO 561 

OKLAHOMA 604 

OREGON 605 

PENNSYLVANIA 611 

RHODE ISLAND 662 

SOUTH CAROLINA 665 

SOUTH DAKOTA 670 

TENNESSEE 680 

TEXAS 691 

UTAH 713 

VERMONT 715 

VIRGINIA 719 

WASHINGTON 729 

WEST VIRGINIA 737 

WISCONSIN 743 

WYOMING 765 

BRITISH COLUMBLA. 767 

MANITOBA 767 

NEW BRUNSWICK 769 

NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES 771 

NOVA SCOTIA 772 

ONTARIO 774 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 795 

QUEBEC 795 

NEWFOUNDLAND 801 



PART II. 

CATALOGUE OF NEWSPAPERS BY COUNTIES 



.Paoe 803 



PART III. 

NEWSPAPERS OF OVER 5,000 CIRCULATION 



.Paoe 947 



PART IV. 

•CLASS PUBLICATIONS (see Itemized Index inside of back cover). 



.Paoe 959 



PART Y. 

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENTS (see Index on next page). 



.Paoe 1017 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ALABAMA. 

Alexander City, Dispatch Page 2082 

Anniston.Hot Blast 1094 

Ark, View 1468 

Bay Minette, American Progress 1492 

Birmingham, Age-Herakl 17T4 

Birmingham, Alabama Christian Advo- 
cate 2136 

Birmingham, American Bulletin 1706 

Birmingham, Anzelger des Sudens 1286 

Birmingham, Labor Advocate 1732 

Birmingham, News 1356 

Birmingham, Southern Oddfellow 1686 

Birmingham, World 1128 

Bridgeport, News 1380 

Carbon Hill, Dispatch 1140 

Cedar Bluff. Industrial Free Press 1802 

Daphne, Times 1S40 

Falkville, Alliance Monitor 1372 

FUntCity, Advertiser 2002 

Forkland, Progress 1500 

Greenville, Butler Breeze 1S92 

Halevsville, View 1468 

Hamilton, Times 1302 

Hartselle, Alabama Enquirer 1654 

Havneville, Citizen-Examiner 2016 

Heflin, Cleburne New Era 1754 

Hot Springs, Send Me 2(>60 

Kennedy, News 1352 

Lovan, Eagle 1064 

Montgomery, AgriculturalJournal 1476 

Montgomery, Argus 1992 

Montgomery, Evening Journal 1882 

Munford, Leader 2032 

Newton, Messenger 1264 

Piedmont, Inquirer 1520 

Pratt Mines, Jefferson Enterprise 2068 

Roanoke, Herald 2006 

Rutledge, Wave 1856 

Scottsboro, Citizen 1088 

Scottsboro, Progressive Age 1508 

Springville, Advance 1776 

Sylacauga, Bee 1242 

Thomasville, Alliance Reporter 1542 

Tuskaloosa, Times 1772 

ARIZONA. 

Florence, Moral and Scientific Companion 2012 

Nogales, Record 1496 

Phcenix, El Hijo del Fronterizo 1322 

Phoenix, Herald 1064 

Phcenix, Republican 1384 

Prescott, Morning Courier 1050 

Solomonsville, Graham Co. Bulletin 1206 

Yuma, Arizona Sentinel 1420 

Yuma, Times 1578 

ARKANSAS. 

Alma, Democrat 1512 

Altus, Journal 1558 

Arkadelphia, Herald 1382 

Augusta, Woodruff Co. Vidette 1980 

Batesvilie, Progress 1260 

Bentonville, Benton Co. Democrat 1190 

Berry ville. Advance 1382 

Ben-'y vllle, Carroll Progress 1496 

Bingeu, Social Visitor 1230 

Charleston, Franklin Co. Herald 1194 

Conway, Hendrlx College Mirror 2042 

Eureka Springs, Morning Star 1834 

Eureka Springs, Times Echo ... 2040 

FavettevUle, WashingUm Co. Review 1420 

Fort Smith, Evening Call 1790 

Fort Smith, Times 1272 

Fouke, Record 1866 

Greenway, Clay Co. Courier 1188 

Harrison, Boone Banner 1076 

Harrison, Methodist Herald 1376 

Harrison, North Arkansas Herald 1528 

Harrison, Times 1916 

Hazen,Star 1822 

Heber, Tollers' Advocate 1080 

Jamosf )Wn, Courier 1286 

JonesVjoro, Crowley's Ridge Baptist 19?2 

Little Rock, Arkansas Gazette 1422, 1423 

Little Rock, Arkansas Staats Zeltung. . . 1870 



ARKANSAS. 

Little Rock, Arkansaw Dispatch Page 1380 

Little Rock, Baptist Vanguard 1446 

Little Rock, Deaf Mute Optic 1078 

Little Rock, Journal of the State Medical 

Society of Arkansas 1854 

Little Rock, Southern School Journal 1764 

Magnolia, Columbia Record 2034 

Malvern, Arkansas Meteor 1120 

Mansfield, Alliance Patriot 1794 

Marble City, Highlander 1264 

Marianna, Index 1208 

Marianna, Lee Co. Courier 2044 

Marshall, Democrat 1488 

Marshall, Republican 1664 

Mountain Home, Baxter Co. Citizen 2048 

Mulberry, Times 1088 

Paris, Express 14T2 

Pine Blult, Echo 1082. 

Pocahontas, Randolph Herald 1842 

Prescott, Democrat 148^ 

Quitman, Monitor 2026 

RIsou, Banner 1070' 

Searcy, Citizen 1142 

Searcy, Economist 1468 

Sheridan, Headlight 1274 

Stuttgart, Grand Prairie Chronicle 1368 

Waldron, Reporter 1236- 

CALIFORNIA. 

Anaheim, Gazette 2034^ 

Angels, Mountain Echo 1994 

Azusa, Azusa Valley News 1092 

Bishop Creek, Inyo Register 1070 

Colton, News 1862 

Coronado, Mercury 1156 

Crescent City, News 15:36 

Eureka, Humboldt Times 2060 

Fort Jones, Scott Valley News 1644 

Fresno, Turf 2071 

Glen Park, Orchard and Farm 1467. 

Jackson, Amador Dispatch 1520 

Lincoln, Report 2036. 

Los Angeles, Commercial Bulletin of 

Southern California 1456 

Los Angeles, Herald 1630, 1651 

Los Angeles, Hotel Gazette 2084 

Los Angeles, La Cronica 1688 

Los Angeles, Le Gaulois 2002 

Los Angeles, Le Progres Calif ornien 1484 

Los Angeles, Life 1428 

Los Angeles, Poultry in California 1066 

Los Angeles, Times 1206 

Mariposa, Gazette 1530 

Martinez, Contra Costa Democrat 1U6'2 

Mary sville. Democrat 2096 

Mayfleld, Palo Alto 20S6 

Merced, Express 1272 

Oakdale, Leader 2082 

Oakland, Enquirer 2158 

O tay . Press 1204 

Pacific Grove, Review 2050 

Paso Robles, Moon 2032 

Perrls, New Era 2040' 

Petaluma, Imprint 1828 

Porterville, Enterprise 1460 

Redlands, Cit rograph 1812 

Redlands, Facts 1500 

Redwood City, Democrat 1526 

RIalto, Orange Grower 1950 

Rio Vista, Sacramento River News 1532 

Riverside, Enterprise 1048 

Sacramento, Record Union 2031 

San Diego, San DIegan 1114 

San Diego, Union 2172 

San Francisco, American Standard 1368 

San Francisco, Arbelter Zeltung 1072 

San Francisco, Architectural News l.')64 

San Francisco, Bishop's ABC Guide 19r)2 

San Francisco, Breeder and Sportsman.. 1816 
San Francisco, California Farmer and 

Fruit Grower 1718 

San Francisco, California HonKcopath.. 1490 
San Francisco, California Illustrated 

World 1118 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CAUFOKxiA. Page 

San Francisco, California Journal unil 

S<nintaK9j;ast 1318 

San Francisco, California Prohibitionist. 1852 
San Francisco, Callfornische Volks- 

freuml 1160 

San Francisco, Commercial Record 19S8 

San Francisco, Elevator 10.S2 

San Francisco, Evening Bulletin 17^3 

San Francisco, Farmer and Dealer 1718 

San Francisco, Globe 1:243 

San Francisco, Herald of Trade and Gro- 
cer and Canner 139S 

Sau Francisco, Le Petit Callfornlen 1448 

San Francisco, Mirror 1158 

San Francisco, Mission Journal 2(KX) 

San Francisco, Morning Call i383 

San Francisco, New Age 1352 

San Francisco, Newsdealer 15'<4 

Sau Francisco, Orchard and Farm 1467 

San Francisco, Overland Jlonthly 16S8 

San Francisco, Pacific States Watchman, 1352 

San Francisco, Star 1556 

San Francisco, Trade-Postal Journal 1354 

Sau Francisco, Trestle Board 1959 

San Francisco, Triangle-Record 1352 

San Francisco, Vestra Sandebudet 2018 

San Francisco, Vindicator 1540 

San Francisco, Wave 1914 

San Francisco, West End 1946 

San Jose, Pacific Druggist 1972 

San Luis Obispo, Tribune 1436 

San Mateo, Leader 2074 

San Miguel, Courier 2038 

San Miguel, Messenger 1612 

Santa Maria, Graphic 1264 

Santa Rosa, Democrat 1488 

Santa Ynez, Argus 1276 

Stockton, California Family Ledger 2082 

Stockton, Republican 2022 

Susanville, Lassen Advocate 2056 

Swasev, Fall River Mail 2096 

Tehachapl (Greenwich P.O.), Summit Sun 1516 

"VacavlUe, Vaca Valley Enterprise 170S 

Westminster. Tribune 2052 

Wheatland, Four Corners 2060 

Yreka, Siskiyou Telegram 1496 

Yreka, Union 1936 

COLORADO. 

Akron. Pioneer Press 1136 

Akron, Star 1802 

Antonito, Sentinel Echo 1306 

Arltugton, Blizzard 1116 

Brighton, Register 1424 

Canon City, Record 1091 

Castle Rock, Douglas Co. News 1856 

Chevenne Wells, Herald 1558 

Colorado City, Iris 1992 

Colorado Springs, Green Mountain Falls 

Echo 1590 

Colorado Springs, Republic 1024 

Cortez, Montezuma Journal 1496 

Denver, Cadet 1526 

Denver, Colorado and Texas Exchange 

Journal 1111 

Denver, Colorado Official Railway and 

Hotel Gazette 1148 

Denver, Financial News 1874 

Denver. Health Monitor 1274 

Denver, Mining and Scientific Review... 1166 

Denver, Mining Exchange Journal 1508 

Denver, Mining Industry and Trades- 
man 1760 

Denver, News Letter 1492 

Denver, Northwestern Financier 186t 

Denver. Republican 1678, 1679 

Denver, Rocky Mountain Celt 1118 

Denver. Silver State Odd Fellow 20:?4 

Denver, Times 2179 

Denver, Western Railway 1270 

Durango. San Juan Methodist 2060 

Ecklev, R«^publlcan 1950 

Fort Collins, Express 1870 

Garnett. Costilla News 1082 

Glenwood Springs. Glenwood Echo 1036 

Grand Junction, Star... 1.322 

Green Mountain Falls, Echo 1590 

Harris-burg, Pioneer 1200 

Highlands. Highland Chief 19-«) 

Hidvoke, Phillips Co. News 109S i 

La Junta, Otero Co. Democrat 1380 

Leadvllle, Argus 1512 

LeadviUe, Chronicle 1999 



COLORADO. Page 

Leadvllle, Dispatch 1464 

Leadvllle, Herald Democrat 1999 

Leslie, Republican 157S 

Littleton, Gazette 1120 

Longniont, Times 1840 

Meeker, Herald 2092 

Meeker, Rio Blanco News 1654 

Monte Vista, San Luis Valley Graphic... 1770 

Montrose, Messenger 1089 

Pagosa Springs, News 1420 

PlattevlUe, Star 1942 

Pueblo, Colorado Worknian 1736 

Bed Mountain, Journal 1048 

Saguache, Colorado Herald 1244 

Sallda,Call 1352 

Sallda.Mall 1054 

Sheridan Lake, Kiowa Co. I.«ader 1516 

Steamboat Springs, Inter-Mountaln 2036 

Trinidad. Citizen 1866 

Villa Park, West Side Citizen 2096 

Yuma, Pioneer '2002 

CONNECTICUT. 

Bridgeport. Star 1376 

Bridgeport, Sunday Herald 1738 

Bristol, Press 1986 

Hartford, Connecticut Home 1.306 

Hartford, Journal of Inebriety 1108 

Hartford, Poultry World 1456 

Hartford, Telegram-Record 1607 

Hartford, We Boys 2096 

Litchfield, Star 1562 

Lyme, Sound Breeze 1312 

Merlden, Blblla 1152 

Meriden, Republican 1358, 1859 

Middletown, Herald 1511 

New Britain, News 1034 

New Haven, Catholic Standard 1898 

New Haven, College Man 1388 

New Haven, Evening Register. .1182, 1183, 1232 
New Haven, Morning Journal and Cou- 
rier 1460 

New Haven, News 1362, 1363 

New Haven, Nutmegs 1284 

New Haven, Record 1614 

New Haven, Union 'M7 

New Haven, Yale Record 1364 

New London, Day 1444 

Norwich, Board of Trade Reporter 1908 

Stamford, News 1978 

Waterbury, Connecticut Guardssman 1334 

Waterbury, Examiner 1240 

Westport, Westporter 1633 

DELAWARE. 

Dover, Index 1126 

Laurel, Sussex Countian 1594 

Seaford, Conference Chronicle 1648 

Smyrna, Methodist 1444 

Wilmington, Delaware Farm and Home. 1099 

Wilmington, Evening Journal 1483 

Wilmington, Peninsula Home Journal... 1398 
Wilmington, Sunday Republic 1564 

DISTRICT OF COLnMBIA. 

Washington, Army and Navy Register... 2072 

Washington, Bee 1898 

Washington, Building Register 1948 

Washington, Capital News 1944 

Wa,shlngton, Chronicle 1056 

Washington, Commercial Weekly 1104 

Washington, Comrade 1S96 

Washington, Der Volks Trlbun 1516 

Washington, Insurance Leaflet 1108 

Washington, Inventive Age 1370 

Washington, Journal 2016 

Washington, Kate Field's Washington... 2122 

Washington, National Economist 1320 

Washington, National Farm and Fire- 
side 1532 

Wa,shington, National Free Press 1068 

Washington, National Tribune 1824 

Washington, National View 1223 

Washington, Pilot 1876 

Wa-shington, Real Estate Herald 1402, 1403 

Washington, Rechoblte Advocate 17S8 

Washington, Sunday Gazette 1271 

Washington, U. S. Government Adver- 
tiser 1706 

Washington, Wayback Astonlsher 1284 

FLORIDA. . 

Arcadia, Real E.state Journal 1936 

Bartow, Courier Informant 1.348 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FLORIDA. Page 

Bartow, Polk Co. News 14^1 

Brooksville. Hernando News 1318 

Charlotte Harbor, Phosphate Advance.. 1799 

Crawford ville, Wakulla Times 2034 

Eustis, Eustis Lake Region 1844 

Fernaudina, News 2t)76 

Fort Meade, Soutli. Florida Progress 1896 

Fort White, Boomer 1060 

Gainesville, Florida School Room 1428 

Gainesville, Florida Sentinel 14T^ 

Green Cove Springs, Spring 19U2 

Grove City, Sub-Tropic 1224 

Jacksonville, Church Year 2080 

Jacksonville, Florida Times-Union 2127 

Jackson%-ille, Metropolis 2(.t72 

Jacksonville, People's Journal 1748 

Jacksonville, Southern Tourist 1856 

Jacksonville, Tribune 1768 

Key West, Advertiser 1500 

Lakeland, Advocate 1040 

Lakeland, Sifter. 1480 

Liverpool, Florida Real Estate Journal. . 1936 

Manatee, Manatee Co. Advocate 1092 

New Trov, Enterprise 1376 

Orange City, Times 1408 

Orlando, Record 1822 

Palatka, Times 1118 

Perry, Taylor Co. Banner 2096 

St. Andrew's Bay, Messenger 1996 

St. Petersburg, South Florida Home 1068 

Sliver Springs Park, Weekly 1838 

SumterviUe, Sumter Co. Times 1244 

Titusvllle, Florida Star 1879 

Winter Park, Advocate 1130 

OEOROIA. 

Acworth, Mineral Post 1956 

Alpharetta, Free Press 1464 

Alpharetta, Milton Democrat 1448 

Athens, Banner 1623 

Athens, Ledger 1936 

Atlanta, Business Directory 1312 

Atlanta, Dixie 1680 

Atlanta, Dixie Doctor 1356 

Atlanta, Educational Monthly 2096 

Atlanta, Georgia Alliance 1254 

Atlanta, Georgia Teacher 1968 

Atlanta, Journal 1390, 1391 

Atlanta, Mail and Express 1578 

Atlanta, Medical and Surgical Journal. . . 1604 
Atlanta, Mining, Manufacturing and 

Real Estate South 1432 

Atlanta, Monthly 1364 

Atlanta, Our Home Field 1040 

Atlanta, Railroad Southern Industrial 

Record 2050 

Atlanta, Southern Appeal 1436 

Atlanta, Southern Congregationalist 1054 

Atlanta, Southern Cultivator and Dixie 

Farmer 1966 

Atlanta, Southern Farm 2103 

Atlanta, Southern Medical Record 1504 

Atlanta, Southern Traveller's Official 

Railway Guide 1994 

Augusta, Chronicle 2139 

Augusta, Methodist Union 2042 

Augusta, Progress 1796 

Augusta, Sentinel 1274 

Bainbrldge, Globe 1336 

Blue Ridge, Post ll:« 

Buchanan, American Record 1324 

Buford, Gazette 1450 

Cairo, Southwest Georgian 1232 

Carnesvllle, Enterprise 1564 

CarnesviUe, Tribune 2006 

Cedartown, Standard 1440 

Cochran, Pulaski Recorder 2004 

Columbus, Evening Ledger 1531 

Crawford, Herald 2010 

Cummlng. Clarion 1880 

Dallas, Paulding New Era 1082 

Dawsonville, Dawson Co. Advertiser. ... 2016 

Demorest, Times 1444 

Dixie, Brooks Co. Conservative 1468 

Dublin, People 1376 

Ellljay, Courier 1024 

FayettevI lie. News 1508 

Flowery Branch, Journal 1428 

Franklin, Heard Co. Banner 1520 

Gainesville, Southern Farm and Fireside. 1804 

Guyton, Effingham Co. Chronicle 1766 

Jackson, Mi<ldle Georgia Argus 1810 

Jasper, Piedmont Republican 1368 



GEORGIA. Page 

Knoxville, Crawford Co. Herald 1976 

Macon, Telegraph 1667 

Madison, Madisonian 1896 

Milledgevllle, Chronicle 1070 

Mineral Bluff, Fannin Co. Gazette 1236 

Monticello, Southern Star 124S 

Normandale, News 1403 

Rome, Tribune of Rome 1900 

SandersvlUe, Middle Georgia Progress... 1456 

Savannah, Local 1964 

Savannah, Morning News 1666 

Savannah, Tribune 1920 

SummervlUe, Chattooga News 1146 

Toccoa, News 1424 

Villa Rica, Record 2098 

West Bowersville, American Union 1296 

Whigham, Welcome Tidings 1516 

IDAHO. 

Clayton, Silver Messenger 2064 

Hailey, Wood River News-Miner 1120 

Malad, Idaho Enterprise 2070 

Mullan , Tribune 1043 

Osburn, Coeur D'Alene Statesman 1852 

Rocky Bar, Elmore Bulletin 1116 

Welser, Signal 205O 



Albion, Journal 1456 

Alton, Telegraph 1733 

Altona, Journal 2064 

Ancona, Advocate 2056 

Anna, Talk 1120 

Anna, Union Democrat 1596 

Antioch, News 1838 

Ashley, Gazette, 1243 

Ashmore, Republican 1040 

Batchtown, Calhoun Pilot 1578 

Belleville, Belleviller Post 208O 

Belleville, Belleviller Zeitung 1786 

Belleville, News Democrat 1870 

Belvidere, Young Idea 1428 

Bement, Register 1130 

Bloomington, Public School Journal 1720 

Braldwood, Bulletin 1272 

Cairo, Argus 2142 

Carbondale, Jackson Co. Republican 1414 

Cerro Gordo, Clipper 1.588 

Chatsworth, Press 1904 

Chicago, Advance 1327 

Chicago, Aftonbladet Skandia 2066, 2067 

Chicago, America 1226 

Chicago, American Artisan, Tinner and 

House Furnisher 1387 

Chicago, American Building Association 

News 114S 

Chicago, American Farmer, Live Stock 

and Poultry Raiser 1412 

Chicago, American Harness and Horse 

Journal 1180 

Chicago, American Storekeeper 1598 

Chicago, Anchor and Shield 1344 

Chicago, Apparel Gazette 1132 

Chicago, Appeal 1872 

Chicago, Appleton's In the Swim 1047 

Chicago, Ai gus 1116 

Chicago, Bakers' Helper 1052 

Chicago, Bankers' and Attorneys' Reg- 
ister 1314 

Chicago, Bearings 1496 

Chicago, Blazes 1816 

Chicago, Business Record 1784 

Chicago, Champion of Freedom and 

Right 1079 

Chicago, Chlcagoer Freie Presse 1808 

Chicago, Chronicle 1636 

Chicago, Climax 1808 

Chicago, Commercial Gazette 1112 

Chicago, Confectioner and Baker 10:Q 

Chicago, Conservator 1828 

Chicago, Credit Review 1814 

Chicago, Democrat 1138, 1139 

Chicago, Der Beobachter 1548 

Chicago, Der Postillion 1244 

Chicago, Drovers' Journal 2110 

Chicago, Dry Goods Bulletin and General 

Storekeeper 108? 

Chicago, Dunton's Spirit of the Turf 1098 

Chicago, Eagle 1095 

Chicago, Easter's Implement World 1030 

Chicago, Elite News 1935 

Chicago, Epworth Herald 1252 

Chicago, Eye 1754 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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ILLINOIS. Page 

Chicago, Farmers' Review 1352 

Chk-ago, Farmers' Voice 1024, 2ias 

Chicago. Farm. Field and Stockman.. 174t>, 1747 

Chicago, Figaro 1307 

Chicago, Furniture 1424 

Chicago, Globe 1702 

Chicago, Graphic 1758, 1759 

Chicago, Health and Home 2024 

Chicago, Henuetlst 1034 

Chicago, Home and Society Monthly 1462 

Chicago, Hotel World . . 1958 

Chicago, Humane Journal 1254 

Chicago, Illinois Staats-Zeituug 1707 

Chicago, Industrial World and Iron 

Worker 1156 

Chicago, Ink Fiend 1751 

Chicago, Journal of Industrial Educa- 
tion 1916 

Chicago, Journal of the American Medi- 
cal Association 1602 

Chicago, Law Journal 2068 

Chicago, Ledger 1407 

Chicago, Legal Adviser 1178 

Chicago, Lever 1523 

Chicago, L'ltalla 1756 

Chicago, Living Church 1535 

Chicago, Loval American 1451 

Chicago, Lumber Trade Journal 1680 

Chicago. Markets 1302, 2150 

Chicago, Medical Current 1258 

Chicago, Merchant Traveler 1214, 1215 

Chicago, Mlsk-winen ne 1966 

Chicago, Mixed Drinks 1504 

Chicago, Monumental News 1606 

Chicago, National Builder 1060 

Chicago, National Corporation Reporter. 20(!0 

Chicago, National Harness Review 2072 

Chicago, New Church Independent and 

Review 1512 

Chicago, Nowe Zycie 1418 

Chicago, Occident 1956 

Chicago, Odd Fellow 1508 

Chicago, Office Men's Record 1198 

Chicago, Opinion 1500 

Chicago, Orkney and Shetland American 1104 

Chicago, Paint and Varnish Journal 1030 

Chicago, People's Health Journal 1368 

Chicago, People's Safeguard 1784 

Chicago, Plattdeutsche Zeituug 2093 

Chicago, Pythian Record 1230 

Chicago, Record 1304 

Chicago, Registered Pharmacist 2060 

Chicago, Rights of Labor 1190 

Chicago, Sandebudet 1858 

Chicago, Sanitary News 1563 

Chicago, Saturday Blade 1406 

Chicago, Saturday Evening Post 1536 

Chicago, Sewing Machine Advance 1364 

Chicago, Skandia 2066. 2067 

Chicago, Skandinaven 1528 

Chicago, Sons of Veterans' National Re- 
veille 2043 

Chicago, Street Railway Gazette 1911 

Chicago, Sun 2110 

Chicago, Sunday Argus 1116 

Chicago, Trade and Mining Review.. 1282, 1283 

Chicago, Union Signal 1534 

Chicago, United States Medical Investi- 
gator 1258 

Chicago, Vim 1420 

Chicago, Vort Blad 1856 

Chicago, West End .Vdvocate 1934 

Chicago, Western Banker and Bank 

Clerk's Journal Il:i6 

Chicago, Western British American 12S.S 

Chicago, Western Broker 1196 

Chicago, Western Catholic News 1412 

Chicago, Western Good Templar 1523 

Chicago, Western Jeweler 1890 

Chicago, Western Rural and American 

Stockman 2200 

Chicago, Western Undertaker 1064 

Chicago, World Wide Missions 12.56 

Chicago, Young Men's Era — 153> 

Chicago Lawn, News 1-336 

Chrlsnian, Progress 2028 

Coal City, News 1976 

Cornell, Journal 1870 

Coulter vllle. Republican 1532 

Decatur, State Sentinel 1716 

Du Quoin. Herald 1878 

Dwlght, North Star 14H4 

Dwight, Star and Herald 148t 



ILLINOIS. 



i East St. Louis, Journal 

I Elizabeth, Bell 

Englewood, Chicago Post 

Euglewood, Scribe 

! Englewood. Sundjiy Argus 

1 Evergreen Park, Enterprl.se 

( Fairfield, Republican 

I Farmer City, Republican 

Fisher, Times 

Forrest, Rambler 

Gardner, News 

Geneseo, Western Swineherd 

Genoa, Issue 

German Valley, Dcr Mitarbeiter 

Grand Crossing, Record 

Griggsville, Independent Press 

Hebron, Tribune 

Highland, Union 

Hoopeston, Sentinel 

i Hume, Record 

Ipava, Independent 

Jacksonville, Journal 

Joliet, Das Volksblatt 

Joliet, Will Co. Horseman 

Jonesboro, Gazette 

Kankakee, Times 

Kewanee, Courier 

Kewanee, Star 

Kinmundy , Express 

j Lacon, Fruit Grower and Horticulturist. 

La Salle, Tribune 

Leland. Express 

! Litchfield, Herald 

Litchfield, News 

i McHeury , Plaindealer 

Macomb, Illinois By-Stander 

Mahomet, Sucker State 

I Maquon. Independent 

' Marshall, Acorn 

Mattoon, Journal 

Meredosia, News 

j Metamora, Woodford Sentinel 

Metropolis City, Massac Journal 

! Metropolis City, Republican 

I Moline, Evening Journal 

Moline, Officers' Privateer 

' Moline, Republican 

Morris, Post 

Morrison ville. Times 

Mound City, Pulaski Democrat 

Mound City, Pulaski Patriot 

Mount Morris, Index 

Mount Morris, School and Home 

Mount Vernon, Progressive Farmer 

Naperville, Northwestern College Chro- 
nicle 

Nauvoo, Rustler 

Neoga, Progress 

Oakland, Ledger 

Odell, Gazette and Reporter 

Olney, Advocate 

Ottawa, Journal 

Paris, Herald 

Paris. Progress 

Paris, Republican 

Paxton, Eastern Illinois Register 

Pekln, Times 

Peoria, Commercial 

Peoria, Evangel 

Peoria, Industrial Tribune 

Peoria, National Observer 

Peoria, Transcript 

Peotone, Eagle 

Plainvllle, Observer 

Potomac, Rustler 

Pi'ophetstown, Spike 

Pullman. Review. . 

Qulncy, Farmers' Call 

Ravenswood, Amateur Electrician 

Richmond, Recorder 

Rockford, Germania 

Rockford, Register Gazette 

Rockford, Republican 

Rock Island, Tri City Trade Journal 

Rogers Park, Everybody's Journal 

Rogers Park, Herald 

Rosevllle. Times 

St. Anne, Reconl 

St. Charles, Valley Chronicle 

Salem. Marlon Co. Democrat 

Shelby vllle, Our Best Words Weekly.... 

South Lvnn, News 

Springfield, Idea 



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.. 1440 

,. 1028 

.. 1054 

,. 1764 

,. 1912 

,. 1304 

,. 1472 

,. 1782 

,. 1664 

,. 1408 

,, 1526 

,. 19(J4 

,. 1468 

,. 1542 

,. 1464 

,. 1126 

,. 1114 

. 2034 

1236 

1204 

1436 

1788 

2032 

1018 

1096 

1306 

1488 

1240 

1110 

1768 

1540 

1686 

1620 

2010 

2022 

1132 

1684 

1516 

1132 

1996 

1862 

1942 

2002 

1658 

2008 



2016 
1360 
1562 
1147 
1856 
1764 
2227 
1592 
2028 
1926 
1670 
1324 
1390 
l.'^O 
1788 
1494 
1600 
1430 
1800 
1380 
1574 
1468 
2143 
2082 
2048 
1984 
2036 
1148 
2042 
1772 
1112 
1810 
2044 
1896 
1088 
1572 
1S:^6 
1558 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ILLINOIS. Page 

Springfield, Illinois State Journal 2163 

Spring Valley, Gazette 1968 

Sterling, Evening Gazette 1648 

Sterling, Gazette 1618 

Taylorvllle, Illinoi.s Republican 1706 

TaylorvlUe, School News and Practical 

Educator 1476 

Tiskllwa, Chief 1094 

Toledo, Express 1964 

Trenton, Gazette 1696 

Upper Alton, College Review 1708 

TJrbana, Champaign Co. Herald 1376 

Vandalia, Leader 1208 

Virginia, Enquirer 19.)0 

Warren, Leader 2050 

Warsaw, Hancock Co. Pilot 1148 

Wheaton, Flail 1710 

Wilmington, Review 1216 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 

Ardmore, Chickasaw Chieftain 1216 

Ardmore, Courier 1608 

Muldrow, Register 1526 

Muskogee, Our Brother in Red 1188 

Muskogee, Phoenix 1876 

Purcell, Territorial Topic 1»44 

Tahlequah, Cherokee Telephone 1116 

Tahlequah, Indian Arrow 1164 

Tahlequah, Indian Sentinel 1818 

Webber's Falls, Indian Sentinel 1818 

INDIANA. 

Amboy, Herald 1054 

Anderson, Sun 1448 

Arcadia, Arcadian Age 1324 

Auburn, Camp Fire Companion 1902 

Bethlehem, Review 1526 

Bloomfleld. News 16;S8 

Bluff ton. Tiller and Toller 1600 

Brownsburg, Record 1094 

Brownstowu, Jackson Co. News 1578 

Campbellsburg, Graphic 1603 

Churubusco, Saturday Truth 1128 

Covington, Practical Business Educator. 1444 

Eldon, Wapello Co. Journal 1484 

Ellwood Free Press 1484 

Evansvllle, Poor Souls' Advocate 1290 

Fairmount, Times 1204 

Fort Branch, Saturday Herald 1216 

Fort Wayne. Freie Presse 1224 

Fort Wayne, Gospel Tidings 1492 

Fort Wayne, Journal 2076 

Greencastle, Banner and Times 1080 

Hammond, Echo 1110 

Hammond, Lake Co. News 1856 

Hanxmond, Standard 1520 

Harlan, Maysville News 1530 

Harrodsburgh, Enterprise 1.364 

Hartsville, College Index 1364 

Hartsvllle, Enterprise 1062 

Hobart, Gazette 1886 

Huntington, Breeder's Guide 1S71 

Huntington, Democrat 1626 

Indianapolis, Clay Worker 102S 

Indianapolis, Compass, Star and Vidette 20*8 

Indianapolis, Freeman 1296 

Indianapolis, Gazette 1392 

Indianapolis, Globe 1060 

Indianapolis, Hoosier 1367 

Indianapolis, Indiana Farmer 1538, 1539 

Indianapolis, Indiana Official Railway 

Guide 1434 

Indianapolis, Labor Signal 1580 

Indianapolis, Leader 1050 

Indianapolis, Paving and Municipal En- 
gineering 1961 

Indianapolis, Physio Medical Journal 2022 

Indianapolis, Presbyterian Teacher 1046 

Indianapolis, Sentinel 1415 

Indianapolis, Signal 15Si) 

Indianapolis, Trade Journal 1874 

Indianapolis, West Indianapolis Advo- 
cate 1520 

Indianapolis, World 1424 

JefTcrsonvlUe, Der Beobachter aus Indi- 
ana 1098 

Kendallvllle, Hoosier Tidings 1516 

Kokomo, Industrial Union 1462 

Lafayette, Battle Ground Repository 1644 

Lafayette, Courier -22.31 

Lafayette, Echo 1926 i 

Lafayette, Western Farmer 2010 I 

Leavenworth, Crawford Co. Democrat... 1686 ' 



INDIANA. Page 

Leesburg, Kosciusko Co. Standard 2002 

Liberty, Review 1728 

Logansport, Reporter 1227 

Macy, Monitor 1464 

Madison, Democrat 1962 

Maysville, News 1530 

Monticello, Herald 1272 

Mooresville, Guide 1104 

Morristown, Sun 2090 

Muncie, Farmers' Record 1131 

New Albany, Evening Tribune 1540 

New Albany, Ledger 1675 

Oakland City, Record 1994 

Odon, Journal 1768 

Portland, Practical Business Educator. . 1444 

Portland, Sun 1592 

Rensselaer, Methodist News VH6 

Richmond, Register 1380 

Richmond, Telegram 1870 

Richmond, Volkszeitung 1332 

Rising Sun, Recorder 2056 

Roachdale, Indiana Statesman 2092 

St. Maurice, People's Companion 1036 

Seymour, Journal 2054 

Sheridan, Enterprise 1588 

Sheridan, Standard 1376 

South Bend, Farmers' Friend 1606 

South Bend, Tribune 1606 

Syracuse, Register 1070 

Terre Haute, News 1312 

Thorntown, Argus 1084 

Valparaiso, Autograph Friend 1574 

Versailles, Republican 1968 

Vincennes, Messenger 1800 

Warren, Republican 1952 

Warsaw, Inler-Mountain 1632 

Warsaw, Our Bovs and Girls 1532 

Washington, Gazette 1822 

Wlnamae, Democratic Journal 1078 

Xenia, Review 1396 

IOWA. 

Adair, News 1444 

Alton, Democrat 1094 

Anita, Tribune 1393 

Audubon, Blade 1632 

Avoca, Pottawattamie Chief 1216 

Boonesboro, Boone Co. Teacher 1540 

Bristow, Enterprise 1480 

Burlington, Hawk-Eye 1971 

Burlington, Saturday Evening Post 1848 

Carroll, Sentinel 1732 

Castana, Times 1456 

Central City, News-Letter 1752 

Centre Point, Courier Journal 1660 

Chariton, Herald 1238 

Charles City, Iowa Teacher 1388 

Clarion, Wright Co. Democrat 1428 

Clinton, Merry War.... 1274 

Columbus Junction, Columbus Safe 

guard 1152 

Conway, Journal 1542 

Corwlth, Crescent 1056 

Council Bluffs, Critic 1468 

Council Bluffs, Entertainment 1255 

Council Bluffs, Nonpareil 2191 

Cresco, Republican 1444 

Cresco, Saturday Sun 1112 

Dakotah, Humboldt Co. Independent 1054 

Danville, News 2080 

Davenport, Church Bells 1900 

Davenport, Morning Tribune 1184 

Dayton, Review 1488 

Decorah, Posten 2160 

Des Moines, Accountant 1376 

Des Moines, American Red Men 1286 

Des Moines, Argus 1798 

Des Moines, Graphic 1608 

Des Moines, Iowa Capital 1276 

Des Moines, Iowa Legion of Honor 

Herald 1706 

Des Moines, Iowa Prohibitionist 1952 

Des Moines, Iowa State Register 1634, IftiS 

Des Moines, Kell's Iowa Turf 1344 

Des Moines, Leader 2194 

Des Moines, Saturday Review ISiin 

Des Moines, Trade Journal 11H8 

Dexter, Sentinel 12.36 

Dow City, Boyer Valley Clipper 1m36 

Dubuque, Deaf Mute Critic 1670 

Dulnique, Ledger 17r0 

Dnbuque, Telegraph 2U79 

Dubuque, Times 1544 



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IOWA. Page 

Eldon, Wapello Co. Journal 1 1H4 

Elma, News 152S 

Everl V, News lii4C 

Fort jSlailisou, Chronicle IC'JO 

Fort Madison, Pocket Railway Guide... 1364 

GUniore City, Gazette lOfU 

Glldden, Graphic I2!ti) 

Oreene, Butler Co. Press 15G2 

Hamburg, Fremont Democrat 1 14t; 

Hamburg, Sunbeam I'sO 

Hudsou, Herald 2056 

Humboldt, Humboldt Co. Republican.... 14:u 

Ida Grove, Ida Co. Watch 2ir76 

Iowa Citv, Post 20S2 

Iowa Falls, Hardin Co. Citizen 1270 

Irwin, Journal 1T16 

Jesup, Critic 2082 

Keokuk, Chief 1530 

Keokuk, Constitution Democrat 2J72 

Keokuk, Gate City U44 

Lake Mills, North Star 1874 

Lamoni, Independent Patriot 1206 

La Porte Cltv, Progress 1063 

La Porte City, Review 1880 

Lawler, Dispatch 1572 

Le Mars, Sun 1324 

Leon, Reporter. 1532 

Little Sioux, Independent 140S 

Logan, Nucleus 1576 

LovUla, Progress 1512 

Lyons, Mirror 1224 

McGregor, News 2054 

Madrid, Register 1578 

MUo, Motor 1720 

Missouri Valley, Eye 1208 

Montlcello, Jones Co. Times 1636 

Montrose. Bluff Park Journal 1814 

Morning Sun, Herald 209J 

Morning Sun, News 1840 

Mount Auburn, Star 1808 

Mystic, Breeze 1440 

Nashua. Times 1092 

North English, Record 1210 

Northwood, Anchor 1420 

Odebolt. Chronicle 1352 

Olin, Recorder 1 526 

Orange City, Sioux Co. Herald lOSO 

Osceola, Gazette 1592 

Oskaloosa, Iowa District News 1424 

Oskaloosa, Saturday Globe 1661 

Ottum wa. Courier 1)50 

Ottumwa.Sun 1312 

Oxfonl, Journal 16iX) 

Panama, Herald 1520 

Pella, Republican 1018 

Perrv, Press 1466 

Persia, Globe 1450 

Qulmby. Graphic 2018 

Rockwell, Phonograph 1866 

Rockwell City, Farmers' Advocate 159S 

Russell, Recorder 2012 

St. Charles, Reporter 13>8 

Scranton City, Times l«0<) 

Sheffleld, Press 1968 

Sheldon. Eagle 1476 

Sioux Citv, Der Volksfreund 1782 

Sioux City, Grand Army Record 169 i 

Sioux Citv, League of the Cross 2048 

Sioux City, Saturday Chronicle I39i 

Smlthland, Farmers' Exponent 1571 

Solon, Reporter 10-12 

Solon, Tarp's Monthlv 1644 

Story City. Vor Republik 1556 

Sumner, Journal 1608 

Tinglev, Vindicator 1608 

VllUsca, Montgomery Co. Independent.. 14W 

Wall Lake, Blade 179/i 

Washington, Detective World 1648 

Waterloo. Brethren Evangelist 1632 

Webster City, Freeman 1814 

Weldon, Messenger 1588 

West Branch, Times WTi 

W^ost Liberty, Wapsle Index 2iMl 

What Cheer. Chronicle 1201 

Wyoming, Journal 2058 

KANSAS. 

Abilene. Dickinson Co. News 1142 

Allen, Tidings 1144 

Almena. Plalndealer 2012 

Alta Vista, Record 15:10 

Alton, Western Empire 14.'><> 

Altoona, Journal 1230 



KANSAS. Paye 

Arkalon, News 2044 

Arkansas City, Dispatch 1380 

Arkansas City, Fair Play 1238 

Arniourdale, Cromwell's Kansas Mirror. 1547 

Ashland, Clark Co. Clipper 1496 

Atchison, Champion 10.50 

At^-hlson, Times 1578 

Bellefont, Western Kansas Ensign 2080 

Belleville, Calcium Light 1748 

Blue Mound, Sun 1592 

Brookville, Earth 1916 

Burden, Enterprise 2032 

Burrton, Free Lance 19U0 

Cauey , Chronicle 18T2 

Caney, Times 1080 

Cedar Vale, Commercial 1644 

Cedar Vale, Star r2'24 

Chapman, Courier 2082 

Chase, Record 2042 

Chetopa, Advance 1212 

Cimarron, Jacksonlan 14ti4 

Clafln, Barton Co. Banner 1503 

Clay Center, Pentecost Trumpet 16W 

Clyde, Argus 1624 

Colby, Tribune 1963 

Coldwater. Echo 2022 

Colwich, Courier 2002 

Concordia, Blade i:588 

Concordia, Times 1536 

Coolidge, Hamilton Co. Bulletin lisx 

Cottonwood Falls, Chase Co. Courant.. r2.36 

Courtland, Register 1548 

Cuba, Daylight 11'26 

Dighton, Journal 1146 

Dlghton, Lane Co. Farmer 1562 

Dunlap, Courier 2018 

Dwight, Wasp 1276 

Edna, Independent 1408 

Effingham, Times 2050 

Elk City, Enterprise 2064 

Ellis, Heart and Home 1488 

Ellsworth, Republican 1054 

Eminence, Garfield Co. Call 1264 

Emporia, College Life 1364 

Emporia, Columbia 1628 

Emporia, Gazette 1896 

Eudora, News lo:J0 

Eureka, Kansas Alliance Union 1398 

Fall River, Times K'48 

Florence, Bulletin 1918 

Galena, Times 1484 

Galesburg, Enterprise 2058 

Garden City, Finney Co. Democrat 1574 

Garden City, Herald 1260 

Gardner, Kansan 1512 

Garnett, Kansas Agitator 16:52 

Geneseo, Herald 1078 

Geuda Springs, Herald 1850 

Girard, Western Herald 1856 

Glasco, Sun 1120 

Goodland, News 1964 

Goodrich, Graphic 20*4 

Gralnfleld, Cap Sheaf 1036 

Great Bend, Barton Co. Beacon 1076 

Greeley, Kansas Agitator 1632 

Greeley, News 1644 

Greuola, Crisis 1476 

Gvpsum, Advocate 2054 

Hartford, News 2061 

Haven, Independent 1480 

Hays City, Republican 1056 

Hazelton, Express 1658 

Hiawatha, Delta of Sigma Nu 1930 

Hill City, Reveille 1116 

Holton, Independent Tribune 1110 

Horton, Commercial r248 

Howard, Democrat 1912 

Ho.xle, Democrat "2016 

Hugoton, Hermes "21106 

Huron. Graphic 1414 

Hutchinson, Alliance Gazette 15;» 

Hutchinson, News — 2134 

Hutchinson, Times Republican \x--<6 

Ivanhoe, Times 1510 

Jennings, Kcho l'S2 

Johnson, Journal 1"244 

Kunopolls, Kansan 1652 

Kansas City. Age 1674 

Kansas City, American Citizen 1802 

Kansas City, Chronicle 1.564 

Kansas City, Cromwell's Kan.sas Mirror. 1547 

Kansas Citv, Kansas Herold 1542 

Kansas City, Owl 1580 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



KANSAS. Page 

Kansas City, Scandinavia 1550 

Kansas City, Wj-andotte Herald 1976 

Kingman, Kingman Co. Democrat 1736 

Kirwin, Chief 1338 

Lal£ln, Index 1528 

Lawrence, Jeffersonian 1838 

Lawrence, Select Friend i610 

Lawrence, University Review 1548 

Leavenworth, Advocate 1606 

Leavenworth, Evening Standard 1032 

Leavenworth, Times 2115 

Lebo, Courier 1130 

Leotl, Standard 2012 

Lindsborg, News 2054 

Linn, Local Record 1654 

Long Island, Phillips Co. Inter-Ocean 1172 

Lyndon, Osage Co. Graphic 1990 

Lyndon, People's Herald 1614 

Lyons, Tribune 1216 

JlcLouth, Times 1632 

McPherson, Democrat 2064 

Mapleton, Dispatch 20ii6 

Marion, Times 1372 

Marquette, Tribune 1088 

Meade, Meade Co. Globe 1986 

Morrill, News 1988 

Mound City, Linn Co. Clarion 1444 

Mound City, Progress 2036 

MoundVallev, Herald 1948 

Mt. Hope, Mentor 1520 

Neodesha, Register 1240 

Ness City, Walnut Valley Sentinel 2076 

Newton, Journal 1368 

Newton, Republican 1034 

Nickerson, Register 1104 

Norcatur, Register 1596 

Nortonville, News 1018 

Oakley, Graphic .. 1904 

Olathe, Johnson Co. Democrat 1220 

Onaga, Herald 1544 

Ottawa, Tribune 1526 

Oxford, Mocking Bird 1608 

Palmer, Pioneer 1654 

Paola, Times 1468 

Parker, Pilot 1190 

Pawnee Rock, Leader 1600 

Phillipsburg, Democrat 1324 

Phillipsburg, Dispatch 1136 

Pittsburg, Kansan 1272 

Pomona, Enterprise 1118 

Quinter, Republican 1636 

Randolph, Enterprise 2000 

Rosedale, Bee 1638 

Rosedale, Era 1636 

Rossville, Times 1112 

Sabetha, Herald 1632 

St. John, News 1996 

Salina, Tidings 1984 

Santa Fe, Monitor 1706 

Scott, Sentinel-Herald 1198 

Scottsville, Trl-County News ... 1440 

Scranton, Gazette 1846 

Seneca, News 1840 

Severy, Record 1814 

Severy , Se veryite 1040 

Severy, Telegram 1814 

Sharon Springs, Alliance Echo 1972 

Smith Centre, Smith Co. Journal 1108 

South Haven, Patrick Henry 1068 

Spi vey, Index 11 88 

Sterling, Champion 1428 

Stockton, Alliance Signal 1878 

Strong City, Chase Co. Republican 1862 

Syracuse, Democratic Principle 19(>6 

Topeka, Alliance Tribune 1780 

Topeka, Capital 1859 

Topeka, Grand Army Journal 1774 

Topeka, Illustrated Weekly 1903 

Topeka, Kansas Democrat 1718 

Topeka, Kansas Trade Journal 2C07 

Topeka, Lance 1124 

Topeka, Mall 1906 

Topeka, Republican 1832 

Topeka, State Journal 2170 

Topeka, Washburn Argo 1472 

Topeka, Western Poultry Breeder 1608 

Topeka, Western School Journal 1958 

Topeka, Western Veteran 1616 

Toronto, Republican 1114 

Tribune, Greeley Co. Republican 1572 

Valley Falls, Farmers' Vindicator 1516 

Virgil, Review 2048 

Waverly, Gazette 1854 



KANSAS. Page 

Weir, Weir City Tribune 148S 

Wellington, People's Voice 1424 

Wellsville, Globe 1956 

Westmoreland, Alliance News 143ft 

White City, Register 2056 

Whiting, News 1904 

Wichita, Eagle 1570, 1571 

Wichita, Kansas Commoner 1152 

Wichita, Kansas Staats Anzeiger 1920 

Wichita, Kansas Star 1836 

Wichita, Leader 2038 

Wichita, Western Methodist 1974 

Winchester, Herald 1720 

Woodsdale, Stevens Co. Tribune 1392 

KENTUCKY. 

Albany, Banner 205$ 

Ashla»d, News 1188 

Burkesville, Herald 1840 

Central City, Herald , . 1804 

Central City, Republican 1660 

Clay City, Chronicle 2040 

Columbia, Spectator 1324 

Columbus, Forum 1690 

Covington, Cincinnati Post 1899, 1.566 

Covington, Commonwealth 1932 

Covington, Extra 1466 

Falmouth, Kentucky State Journal of 

Education 1854 

Frankfort, Witness 1456 

Fulton, Graphic 1924 

Greenup, Gazette 1842 

Hartford, Herald 1240 

Hartford, Republican 1136 

Hawesville, Plaindealer 1044 

Henderson, Journal 1034 

Henderson, Kentucky Workman 2084 

Henderson, Unionist 21)76 

Hopkinsville, American 1290 

Inez, Martin Co. Gazette 1082 

Jackson, Hustler 2056 

La Grange, Oldham Co. Index 1614 

Lancaster, Central Record 1128 

Lebanon, Bulletin 1636 

Lexington, Kentucky Leader 1564 

Lexington, Kentucky State News 1576 

Lexington, Kentucky Trades Journal — 1219 

London, Mountain Echo 1450 

Louisville, Baptist Basket 2080 

Louisville, Commercial 1262, 1263 

Louisville, Critic 1238 

Louisville, Farm Herald 1360 

Louisville, Home and Farm 1953 

Louisville, Home and School 177(> 

Louisville, Medical Progress 1606 

Louisville, National Commercial Trav- 
eler 1966 

Louisville, National Publisher and 

Printer 1352 

Louisville, Post 1586, 1587 

Louisville, Southern Manufacturer and 

Builder 1158 

Louisville, Southern Progress 1734 

Ludlow, Church at Work 1268 

Ludlow, News 1028 

Mlddlesborough, News 1828 

Morgantown, Gazette 1754 

Mount Sterling, Advocate 1416 

Mount Sterling, Gazette 1956 

Murray, Ledger 2012 

New Haven, Echo 1312 

Owensboro, Midnight Sun 1995 

Paducah, Standard 1963 

Pikeville, Mountain Monitor 1366 

Russellvllle, Herald 1532 

Russellville, Herald-Enterprise 1532 

Tomkinsville, Enterprise 1"270 

Vanceburg, Times 2042 

Versailles, Woodford Sun 1706 

Williamstown, Courier 1862 

Winchester, New Independent 1526 

Winchester, Sun 1248 

LOUISIANA. 

Alexandria, Democrat 1918 

Alexandria, Times '2060 

Amite Citv, Independent 1968 

Baton Rouge, Deaf Mute Pelican 1796 

Colfax, Chronicle 1264 

Gretna, Courier 1856 

Harrisonburg, Catahoula Times 2010 

Jonesville, Trinity Herald 15'2ft 

Lake Charles, American 16'28 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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LOUISIANA. Page 

Lake Charles, Echo IIM8 

Jlarksville, Review Wii 

Morgan City, Commonwealtli 1030 

Natchitoches, Democratic Review 1950 

New Iberia, Democrat 1S;6 

New Orleans, Appeal 1784 

New Orleans, Christian Advocate 1940 

New Orleans, City Item 2114 

New Orleans, Critic 17:6 

New Orleans, Crusader 1166 

New Orleans, Current Topics I066 

New Orleans, Issue 1952 

New Orleans, Tltalo Americano 1142 

New Orleans, Louisiana Planter and Su- 
gar Manul'acturer 1764 

New Orleans, Louisiana Review 1396 

New Orleans, Louisiana Tax Reformer.. 1952 

New Orleans, New Delta 1290 

New Orleans, People's Illustrated Jour- 
nal 1716 

New Orleans, Republican 1500 

New Orleans, Southwestern Christian 

Advocate 2108 

New Orleans, States 1998 

New Orleans, Sunday Suu 1876 

New Orleans, Times-Democrat 1356 

New Orleans. Trade Index 1490 

New Roads, Pointe Coupee Democrat 2052 

Rayne, Acadia Sentinel 1608 

St. Francisville, Feliciana Sentinel 1354 

Thibodaux, Catholic Advance 1280 

Washington, Advocate 1078 

MAINE. 

Auburn, Turf, Farm and Home 1414 

Augusta, Agitator 1536 

Augusta, Allen's Lists 1199 

Augusta, Berean Helper 1472 

Augusta, Cony Student 1376 

Augusta, Good Stories 1743 

Augusta, Hearth and Home 1742 

Augusta, Illustrated Happy Hours 1742 

Augusta, Kennebec Journal 1543 

Augusta, New Age 2232 

Augusta, Vickery's Fireside Visitor 1742 

Bangor, Commercial 1687 

Bath, Times and American Sentinel 2135 

Blddeford, Standard 1424 

Biddeford, Watson's Illuminator 1964 

East Sumner, Garden Notes 1312 

Farmlngton, Chronicle 1572 

Freeport, Sentinel ISO) 

Gardiner, News 1216 

Garland, Maine Ornithologist and Oolo- 

gist 1904 

Guilford, Citizen 1436 

Lewiston, Evening Journal 1200 

Lisbon Falls, Lisbon Observer 1958 

Lubec, Herald 1052 

Madison, Bulletin 1078 

Orono, Cadet 1782 

Phillips, Phonograph 1066 

Portland, Figaro 1360 

Portland. Transcript 1426, 1427, 2096 

Rockland, Atlantic Vidette 1463 

Rockland, Free Press 1364 

Rockland, Union Farmer 1020 

Waterville. Sentinel 1624 

Winthrop, Budget 1110 

Wlnthrop Centre, Pacific Banuer 1S96 

York, Sociologic and Co-operative News. 1858 

MARYLAND. 

Annapolis, Maryland Gazette 1862 

Baltimore, American 1223 

Baltimore, Commercial Gazette 1502 

Baltimore, Critic 1146 

Baltimore, Fancier 1128 

Baltimore, Homoeopathic Advocate and 

Health Journal. 1076 

Baltimore, Life 2044 

Baltimore, Maryland Farmer 2104 

Baltimore, Maryland Medical Journal... 1256 
Baltimore, Medical and Surgical Record. 2003 

Baltimore, Morning Herald 1659 

Baltimore, News 2204 

Baltimore, No Name Magazine 1060 

Baltimore, Protector 2076 

Buckeystown, Maryland Agitator 1890 

Cambridge, National Horticulturist 1644 

Cumberland, News 1496 

Easton, Democrat 1048 

Easton, Gazette 1800 



MARYLAND. Page 

Easton, Star 1850 

Elkton, Cecil Co. News 1240 

Elkton, Cecil Democrat 2053 

Frederick, Examiner 1636 

Frederick, Real Estate Herald 1402, 1403 

Frostburgh, Ledger 1286 

Glyndon, Western Maryland Advocate... 1516 

Greensboro, Free Press 1892 

Hagerstown, Mail 1592 

Keedysville, Antietam Valley Record.... 1018 

Lonaconlng, Review 1258 

Lonaconing, Star 1052 

Lonaconing, Worker 2096 

North East, Cecil Star 2054 

Pocomoke Citv, Eastern Shoreman 1368 

St. Michaels, Argus 1276 

Snow Hill, Record and Gazette 1900 

Towson, Baltimore Co. Democrat 1392 

Trappe, Talbot Times 1882 

Waverly, Fancier 1128 

Westminster, Carrolltonian. 1816 

Westminster, Self Educator 1632 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Acton, Patriot 1868 

Adams. Freeman 2058 

Athol, Healthy Home 1404 

Ayer, Express 1868 

Baldwlnville, Cottager and Ready Rec- 
ord 1364 

Bedford, Bulletin 1868 

Berlin, Reporter 1868 

Billerica, Tribune 1863 

Boston, ABC Pathfinder Railway 

Guide 2080 

Boston, American Horse Breeder. 2091 

Boston, American Legion of Honor Jour- 
nal 1530 

Boston, American Plumber 1972 

Boston, American Protestant 1515 

Boston , American Stock-Keeper 1200 

Boston, Arena 1071 

Boston, Atlantic Monthly 1319 

Boston, Babyland 1703 

Boston, Banker and Tradesman and Mas- 
sachusetts Law Reporter 1958 

Boston. Bicycling World and L. A. W. 

Bulletin 1606 

Boston, Bostonian 1306 

Boston, British American Citizen 1184 

Boston, Commercial 1254 

Boston, Commercial Bulletin 1090, 1I91 

Boston, Dorchester Beacon 1734 

Boston, Galaxy of Music 1780 

Boston, Grocers' and Canners' Gazette.. 1762 

Boston, Guardian 1288 

Boston, Home 1686 

Boston, Home Guardian 1344 

Boston, Home Guide 1462 

Boston, Home Journal 1602 

Boston, Home Market Bulletin 1218 

Boston, Journal of Health 1190 

Boston, Labor Leader 1274 

Boston, Labor World 1852 

Boston, Massachusetts Medical Journal. 1786 
Boston, Medical and Surgical Journal... 1020 

Boston, New England Druggist 1510 

Boston, New England Farmer \34S 

Boston, New England Fireside 2190 

Boston, New England Magazine 1627 

Boston, Orphan's Friend '201O 

Boston, Our Grange Homes 1318, 1342 

Boston, Our Little Men and Women 1703 

Boston, Pansy 1703 

Boston, Popular Science News and Jour- 
nal of Chemistry 1.507 

Boston, Post 1056, 1266, 1-267 

Boston, Poultryman 1996 

Boston, Prognostic Star Gazer 1882 

Boston, Progressive Times 1452 

Boston, Real Estate and Building News.. 1656 

Boston, Revere Journal 1956 

Boston, Roxbury Gazette and South-End 

Advertiser 1348 

Boston, Saturday Evening Mercury 1574 

Boston, Shooting and Fishing 1125 

Boston, Standard 1952 

Boston, Storv Teller 1704 

Boston, Textile Manufacturing World... 2208 

Boston, To-dav 1984 

Boston, Wade's Fibre & Fabric 1750 

Boston, Watchword 1238 

Boston, WIde-Awake 170$ 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MASSACHUSETTS. P<ige 

Boston, Woman's Voice and Public 

School Champion 1926 

Boston, Yankee Blade 1294, 1295 

Boston, Zion's Herald 1495 

Bridge water. Independent 1867 

Brockton, Shoe 1928 

Cambridge, Chronicle 1628 

Cambridge, Tribune 2036 

Cambridgeport, Age to Come Herald and 

Jerusalem's Pioneer 1212 

Cambridgeport, American Protestant... 1515 

Cambridgeport, Chronicle 1628 

Chelmsford, Chrouotype 1868 

Chester, Chronicle 1231 

Chicopee, News 1512 

Concord, Freeman 1868 

Danvers, American Home 1540 

Dorchester, Beacon 1734 

Duxburv, Monument 1867 

East Bri"dge water. Star 1867 

Edgartown, Vineyard Gazette 1248 

Fall River, Le Bourdon 14.56 

Fall River, Monitor 1720 

Fitchburg, Sentinel 2175 

Gloucester, Times 1080 

Orafton, Telephone 1868 

Great Barrington, Berkshire News 1222 

Hanover. North River Pioneer 1240 

Hanson, Herald 1867 

Haverhill, Commonwealth 20(U 

Holyoke, Ladies' Good Cheer 1980 

Holyoke, New England Rundschau 1722 

Hudson, Enterprise 1638 

Hudson, Pioneer 1868 

Huntington, Herald 1231 

Kingston, News 1867 

Lawrence. American 2211 

Lawrence, Anzelger 1988 

Lawrence, Examiner 1822 

Lawrence, Le Progres de Lawrence 1904 

Littleton, Courant 1868 

Lowell, Citizen 2130 

Lowell, L'Etoile 1268 

Lowell, New England Odd Fellow 1912 

Lowell, News 1496 

Lynn, Evening Item 1686 

Lynn, Ingalls'^Home and Art Magazine.. 1179 

Lynn, Medical Echo 1312 

Lynn, Order of the Helping Hand Maga- 
zine 1724 

Marblehead, Enterprise 1638 

Marlboro', Laster. 1062 

Marlboro", Mirror Journal 186S 

Marlboro', Star 1572 

Marshfleld, Citizen 1S67 

Mattapan, Advocate 1035 

Maynard, Journal 1868 

Middleboro', News 1900 

Milton, News 1035 

Neponset, Journal 1035 

New Bedford, Evening Journal 1974 

New Bedford, Evening Standard 16.55 

New Bedford, Mercury 1536 

Newburyport, Herald 2151 

Newburyport, News 1592 

Newton, Graphic 1114 

North Abington, News 1240 

Northboro', Farmer 1868 

Onset Bay, Times 1900 

Randolph, Register and Holbrook News. 1562 

Revere, Journal 1956 

Rockland, Independent 1240 

Rockland, Standard and Plymouth Co. 

Advertl-ser 1408 

Roxbury, Gazette and South-End Adver- 
tiser 1348 

Salem, Register 1600 

Shrewsbury, News 1868 

Somervllle, Citizen 1216 

Somerville, Journal 1658 

Somervllle, Sentinel 1100 

Southhoro", Press 186S 

■South Framingham, People's Advocate. . 2020 

Springfield, Farm and Home 1979 

Springfield, Good Housekeeping 1767 

Springfield, Graplilc 189:i 

Springfield, Republican 1332 

Sprlngfleld, Union 2187 

Stoughton, Record 2032 

Stow, Sentinel 1868 

Sudbury, Sun 186H 

Swampscott, Leader 1416 

Taunton, Welcome Magazine 1628 



MASSACHUSETTS. Page 

Vineyard Haven, Sentinel 1068 

Wareham, Times 1900 

Waverl V, Belmont Bulletin 1856 

Westborough, Union 1868 

West Bridgewater, Times 1867 

Westfield, Vallev Echo 1231 

Westford, Gazette 1868 

West Gardner, Gardner Journal 2054 

Whitman, Reporter a 1867 

Winchenilon, American Youth 1814 

Worcester, Library Record 2068 

Worcester, Light 1542 

Worcester, Spy 1315 

MICeiQAN. 

Adrian, College World 1866 

Adrian, Times and Expositor 2000 

Allegan, Gazette 1926 

Allegan, Journal 2076 

Allegan, Record 1230 

Alpena, Evening Echo 2016 

Alpena, Labor Journal 1914 

Ann Arbor, Der Deutsche Hausfreund. . . 1788 

Augusta, Chronicle 1344 

Au Sable. loscaGood Templar 2056 

Au Sable, Times 1448 

Bancroft, Commercial 1876 

Bav City, Le Patrlote 1728 

Belleville, Enterprise 1964 

Ceutreville, Observer 19S6 

Climax, Star 1344 

Detroit, American Lancet 1843 

Detroit, Angelus 1775 

Detroit, Book-Keeper 1962 

Detroit, Commercial Advertiser 2116 

Detroit, Critic 1622 

Detroit, Druggists' Bulletin 1843 

Detroit, Evening Sun 1815 

Detroit, Herald of Commerce 1710 

Detroit, Index 1428 

Detroit, Index Medlcus 1843 

Detroit, Indicator 1067 

Detroit, Industrial Farm and Fireside... 1968 

Detroit, Journal 1968 

Detroit, Medical Age 1843 

Detroit, Northside Gazette 1050 

Detroit, Sunday World 1271 

Detroit, Therapeutic Gazette 1843 

Detroit, Times 1478 

Elk Rapids, Pilgrim's Progress 1718 

Elsie, Sun ... 1768 

Escanaba, Iron Port 1668 

Evart, Eagle 1368 

Fennville, Dispatch 1716 

Flint, Journal 2128 

Flint, Michigan Teacher 1920 

Flint, Silent Educator 1340 

Frankfort, Express 2002 

Grand Ledge, Republican 1720 

Grand Rapids, Building and Realty 1702 

Grand Rapids, Morning Press 1934 

Grand Rapids, Telegram Herald 1786 

Grayling, Michigan Camp Guard 1098 

Hancock, Michigan Copper Journal 1862 

Hastings, Plaindealer 1286 

Hillsdale, College Herald 1670 

Holland, Anchor 1030 

Hubbardston, Advertiser 1 192 

Ionia, Sentinel 1466 

Iron Mountain, Menominee Range 1456 

Ishpemlng, Superior-Posten 1240 

Ithaca, Gratiot Co. Journal 1468 

Jackson, Evening Courier 1200 

Jackson, Industrial News 1124 

Jackson, Saturday Evening Star 1064 

Kalamazoo, Telegraph 1940 

Lake Odessa, Wave 1386 

Lansing, Michigan Staats Zeltung 1072 

Lansing, Saturday Call 1848 

Lansing, State Democrat 1696 

Lawrence, Lyre 1260 

LeRo.v, Independent 1592 

Lowell, Journal 1804 

Luther, Enterprise 1280 

McBain, Chronicle 2044 

Manistee, Advocate 1484 

Manistee, Michigan Volkszeitung 2084 

Manistlque, Sunday Morning Star 1.336 

Maple Rapids, Dispatcli laSO 

Middleton, News 1348 

Mlddlevllle, Republican 1142 

Mlddleville, Sun 1142 

Midland, Sun 1078 



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MICHIGAN. Page 

Mlo, Northern Mail 2032 

Money, Advance 16:36 

Mount Pleasant, Michigan Pytliiau 1850 

Mount Pleasant, North-Western Tribune, 1926 

Munlth, Tidings 1942 

Muskegon, Morning News 1280 

Muskegon, Odd Fellows' Magazine 1782 

Nashville, News 12S0 

Newago, Ne wago Co. Democrat IWS 

Newberry, News 1190 

North Adams, News 1706 

Northville, Record 1508 

Omer, Arenac Co. Review 1408 

Ontonagon, Miner 1976 

Oscoda, Times 1448 

Otsego, Union 1670 

Otter Lake, Enterprise 1372 

Petoskey, Northern Educator 1472 

Plnconnlng;, News 1786 

Pittsford, Grazette 2026 

Port Austin, Post 1918 

Port Huron, Michigan Deutsche Zeitung, 2012 

Port Huron, Sunday Herald 1516 

Red Jacket. Calumet Conglomerate 1575 

Rochester, Era 1048 

Rock River, Alger Co. Republican 1040 

Saginaw, Journal 2210 

Saginaw, Saglnawlan 1680 

Saginaw, Valley News 1846 

St. Ignace, News ]79() 

Sanilac Centre, Sanilac Co. Republican. . 139S 

Sault Ste. Marie, News 1392 

Sault Ste. Marie, Tribune 1840 

Scotts, Comet 1344 

Shepherd, News 1996 

Springport, Signal 1324 

Stockbridge, Sun 2022 

Stockbridge, Tidings 1942 

Sunfleld, Gospel Sun 1152 

SuntieUl, Sun 1146 

Tecumseh, News 2048 

Traverse City, Traverse Bay Eagle. . . .'. . .' 1984 

Unionville, Echo 2058 

Vandalia, People's Press 1082 

Vassar, Industrial Age 2084 

Wakeshma, Moon 1:544 

West Bay City, Post 1874 

West Branch, Democrat 12<i6 

West Casco, Leaflet 1878 

White Cloud, Newaygo Co. Herald 2040 

Woodland, News 1264 

Yale, Democrat 1942 

Yale, Expositor .'.'.'. .' .' . .' 1644 

Ypsilanti, Our Work .' 1930 



MINNESOTA. 

Ada, Norman Co. Herald I833 

Annandale, Post 1380 

At water. Press 146.J 

Austin, Register '."' i4g4 

Barnes ville, Independent ". 1716 

Battle Lake, Review 1788 

Blue Earth City, Faribault Co. Register.! 1800 

Brown's Valley, Footprints 2064 

Canby, News 1810 

Canton, Herald 19S0 

Chaska, Minnesota Thai Bote .'.' 1720 

Cokato, Observer 204S 

Crookston, Red River Dalen .'.' " iw 

Dodge Centre, Dodge Co. Record 173s 

Dodge Centre. Dodge Co. Star 1834 

Duluth, Olticial Record 1754 

Duluth, Short Line ' 1434 

Duluth, Tribune .'... 1028 

Duluth, Volksf reund '. " 1488 

East Minneapolis, Progress 19 >0 

Elbow Lake, Alliance. 1478 

Ellsworth, News ' 1126 

Fairmon t, Martin Co. Sentinel ..." loa 

Fergus Falls, Fergus Globe 1940 

Grand Meadow, Record 1870 

Heron Lake, Farmer and Stockman 1228 

Houston Houston Valley Signal 113<i 

Kasson, Dodge Co. Republican 1542 

Kerkhoven, Standard 1654 

Mabel, Enterprise 1716 

Mclntfish, Times " 1070 

Mankato, Register 1 104 

Minneapolis, Commercial Bulletin .' 1302 

Minneapolis, Farm Implements and 

Hardware 177(; 

Minneapolis, Folkebladet ...'.'.'.'. 1766 

Minneapolis, Housekeeper 1550 



MINNESOTA. Page 

Minneapolis, Journal 1454 1455 

Minneapolis, Literary Light ' ij3>> 

Minneapolis, National Building and Loan 

Herald io24 

Minneapolis, Northwestern Lal)or Unioii 1316 
Minneapolis, Northwestern Mechanic... 1460 
Minneaiiolis, Northwestern Medical Jour- 
nal 1966 

Minneapolis, Nin-thwestern Miller .'. I8.55 

Minneapolis, Orpheus 1548 

Minneapolis, Progress 1920 

Minneapolis, Progressive .\ge .' .' 1S9& 

Minneapolis, Svenska Amerikanska 

Posten 1140 

Minneapolis, Telegram isoo 

Minneapolis, Times 155^ 

Minneapolis, Tribune i(;94, 1595 

Minneapolis, Youths' Rescue 1660 

Montgomery, Messenger 2053 

Morris, Sun 1030 

New Brighton, Northwestern Butcher 

and Provision Dealer 166S 

New Prague, Times 1036 

New Richland, North Star 1440 

Osakis. Lake Review 18O8 

Pelican Rapids, Park Region Pioneer.... 1918 

Pine Island, Journal 17% 

Pipe Stoue, Farmers' Leader 17O8 

Preston, National Republican 1272 

Red Lake Falls, Gazette ]804 

Rollag, Freds-Budet 2044 

Rush City, Post ii42 

St. Cloud, Journal Press mo 

St. Paul, A. O. U. W. Guide... 1842 

St. Paul, Der Wanderer 1956 

St. Paul, Earth 1750 

St. Paul, Electrical Northwest ." 1752 

St. Paul, Humane Journal 1574 

St. Paul, Industrial Age and Alliance 

Advocate 1432 

St. Paul, Journal of Commerce 1127 

St. Paul, LeCanadlen I633 

St. Paul, Northwestern Odd Fellow Re- 
view 1622 

St. Paul, Sunday Sun \i%'y 

St. Paul, Truth " ' 2044 

St. Paul, West St. Paul Times '.'. III8 

St. Paul Park, Park Dial 1928 

St. Paul Park, Times 18O8 

Sauk Rapids, Sentinel 1512 

Slayton, Gazette ' " 1836 

Sleepy Eye, Herald 142,8 

Springfield, Advance i064 

Still Water, Prison Mirror 1204 

Taylor's Falls, Chisago Co. News 1160 

Two Harbors, Iron Port 1386 

Villard, Pope Co. Press 1934 

Waconia, Carver Co. News 1728 

West Duluth, Sun 1996 

White Bear Lake, Lake Breeze 1870 

Winona, Leader 1952 

Winona, Republican 1190 

Winona, Wiarus 1114 

Winthrop. News 1188 

Worthington, Globe 122O 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Aberdeen, Advance ]81(> 

Ackerman, Mississippi Review 1516 

Belen, Times ]664 

Boonevllle, Prentiss Plaindealer ..'. 1530 

Byhalla, Journal 1104 

Columbus, New Light 1142 

Conehatta, lude.x.. '"" 1354 

Harriston, Jeff ersonlan lefiO 

Hattiesburgh, Courier 191s 

Hickory, Newton Co. Progress 19116 

Houston, Free South 1340 

luka. Normal is62 

Jackson, Mississlppian ] 1514 

Jackson, Mississippi White Ribboner.... 11:52 

Lumberton, Head block i8.")2 

Macon, No.xubee Democrat ' 1:^24 

Meridian, Falrplay 1318 

Moss Point, Progress ' 1280 

Natchez, Baptist Signal Messenger 1260 

Plttsboro, Democratic Banner 1114 

Senatobla, Mississippi Baptist Herald .... 1920 

Valden, Carroll Co. Democrat 17.32 

VIeksburg. Evening Post 1098 

Walnut Grove, Dawn of Light 1796 

Walnut Grove, Record 18OO 

Water Valley, North Mississippi Herald.' 2034 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MISSISSIPPI. Page 

Westville, News 1272 

Winona, Times 2048 

MISSOURI. 

Alton, South Missourian 1218 

Amoret, Chief 1918 

Auxvasse, Review 1896 

Ava, Douglas Co. Herald 1144 

Baring, Record 2010 

Blue Springs, Herald 192<) 

Bowling Green, Pike Co. Post 1324 

Burlington Junction. Ledger 1594 

Butler, Democrat 1528 

Calhoun. Journal 2004 

California, Herald 1782 

Cameron, Sun 1328 

Cape Girardeau, Era 2086 

Cape Girardeau, Southeast Baptist 1148 

Carl Junction, Standard 1312 

CarroUtou, Carroll Co. Record 1220 

Carterville, Free Press 1496 

Cassville, Democrat 1996 

Chamois, Osage Co. Enterprise 2018 

Clayton, Argus 1132 

Conway.Chlef 1992 

De Soto, Facts 2U34 

Edgerton, Platte Co. Republican 1184 

Edina, Sentinel 1850 

El Dorado Sorlngs, Tribune 1408 

El Dorado Springs, Uncle Sam 1096 

Elsberry , Lincoln Co. News 1544 

Excelsior Springs, Standard 2002 

Exeter, Farmers' News 1264 

Fayette, Howard Co. Democrat 2080 

Festus, Times 1810 

Forsyth, Taney Co. News 1988 

Glasgow, Central Missourian 1272 

Graham, Reporter 1664 

Green City, Journal 2032 

Green Ridge, Enterprise 1S94 

Hamilton, Farmer's Advocate 2064 

Harrisonviile, Cass Co. Republican 1754 

Hartville, Press 2026 

Higginsvllle, Democrat 1040 

Hopliins, Journal 2016 

Houston, Texas Co. Sentinel 1814 

Hume, Border Telephone 1772 

Hunnewell, Bee 1218 

Independence, Gazette 1056 

Independence, Zions Ensign 1808 

Jamesport, Gazette 1070 

Jefferson City, Tribune 1962 

Kansas City, Central Baptist 1050 

Kansas City, Chronicle 1472 

Kansas City, Cromwell's Kansas Mirror. 1547 

Kansas Citv, Der Pionier 1732 

Kansas City, Deutsch Amerlkanische 

Krleger Zeitung 1732 

Kansas City, Dispatch 1352 

Kansas Citv, Drovers' Telegram 1259 

Kansas City, Globe 1948 

Kansas City, Journal 1875 

Kansas City, Journal and Agriculturist. . 1875 

Kansas City, Kansas Herold 1542 

Kansas City, Live Stock Indicator 2140 

Kansas City, Medical Index 1460 

Kansas City, Midland Mechanic 1912 

Kansas City, Missouri Knight 1124 

Kansas City, National Home Circle 1514 

Kansas City, Post 1902 

Kansas City, Progress 1556 

Kansas City, Real Estate Journal 1624 

Kansas City, Scandinavia 1550 

Kansas City, Star 2iiso 

Kansas City, Sunday Sun 12?2 

Kansas City, Times 1682, 1683 

Kansas City, Western Banner 1020 

Kansas City, Western Cross 1858 

Kansas City, Western Wealth 1244 

Laclede, Blade 1981 

La Grange, Lewis Co. Herald 1974 

Lamar, Industrial Union 2050 

Lancaster, Republl(^an 1030 

I^banon, Laclede Co. Republican 2075 

Lee's Summit, Journal 1200 

Lexington, Saturday Herald 1224 

Linn Creek, Sentinel 1914 

McFall, Mirror 2022 

Madison, Advance 2014 

Malta Bi'ud, Qulvive 1260 

Marlonvllle, Republican 1804 

Marshall, Capital 1916 

MaryvlUe, Republican 1142 

Maysvllle, Republican Pilot 1152 



MXSSOURi. Page 

Monett, Eagle 1800 

Montgomery City, Montgomery Standard 1136 
Mount Vernon, Fountain and Journal. . . 1146 

Mount Vernon, Lawrence Chieftain 1870 

New Cambria, Press 1082 

Oak Grove, Banner 1776 

Oregon, Holt Co. Sentinel 1130 

Osceola, St. Clair Co. Republican 1194 

Ozark, Christian Co. Republican 1206 

Ozark, Mail 2086 

Perry ville, Perry Co. Republican 2042 

Platte City, Platte Co. Argus 1104 

Poplar Bluff, Citizen. 1444 

Rea, Andrew Co. Times 1108 

Republic, Republic 1692 

Rich Hill, Tribune 1620 

Rocheport, Commercial 1764 

St. Joseph, Gazette 1052 

St. Joseph , Herald 2162 

St. Joseph, Medical Herald 1927 

St. Louis, Advance 2020 

St. Louis, Altruist 1088 

St. Louis, American Baptist 1558 

St. Louis, American Medical Journal 1876 

St. Louis, Archives of Dentistry 1668 

St. Louis, Artist Printer 1047 

St. Louis, As You Like It 1676 

St. Louis, Building Trades Journal 1880 

St. Louis, Bulletin of Commerce 1226 

St. Louis, Catholic Knights of America 

News 1768 

St. Louis, Central Baptist 1050 

St. Louis, Chaperone 1933 

St. Louis, Christian Advocate 1258 

St. Louis, Clinical Reporter 1198 

St. Louis, Critic 1595 

St. Louis, Die Laterne 1092 

St. Louis, Die Parole 1126 

St. Louis, Dry Goods and Grocery Re- 
porter 1 115 

St. Louis, El Comercio Del Valle 2068 

St. Louis, Evening Chronicle 1566, 1567 

St. Louis, Fashion and Fancy . 1700 

St. Louis, Home Circle 1115 

St. Louis, Hotel Reporter 1604 

St. Louis, Hustler 1826 

St. Louis, Jewish Voice 1392 

St. Louis, Journal of Agriculture 1410, 1411 

St. Louis, Kunkel's Musical Review 1062 

St. Louis, Little Giant 1696 

St. Louis, Masonic Constellation 1032 

St. Louis, Mechanic and Tradesman 1254 

St. Louis, Medical Brief 1164 

St. Louis, National Druggist 1672 

St. Louis, National Reformer 1520 

St. Louis, People 1494 

St. Louis, Picket Guard 1188 

St. Louis, St. Louis Magazine 1720 

St. Louis, School and Home 2212 

St. Louis, Southwestern Jeweler 2038 

St. Louis, Spanish-American Trade Jour- 
nal 1287 

St. Louis, Star Sayings 2154 

St. Louis, Stationer 2107 

St. Louis, Stoves and Hardware 1356 

St. Louis. Tageblatt 1734 

St. Louis, Trade Review IIOO 

St. Louis, Union Record 1466 

St. Louis, Word and Works 1080 

Salem, Leader 1286 

Sarcoxle, Sun 1118 

SchellCity, News 1950 

Seymour, Enterprise 1670 

Sheffield, Blue Valley Record 1878 

Shelblna, Torchlight 1276 

Sheridan Advance 1018 

Slater, Index 2072 

South West City, Enterprise 1208 

South West City, Southwest Leader 1082 

Springfield , Baptist and Messenger 1990 

Springfield, Democrat 1560 

Springfield , Herald 1348 

Springfield, Leader 1116 

Springfield, Protestant American 1280 

Springfield, Southwest Business Bulletin 18:?0 

Springfield, Southwestern Baptist 1990 

SteelvUle, Crawford Co. Democrat 1904 

Stoutsville, Banner 1882 

Sweet Springs, Herald 1076 

Thayer, Tribune 1110 

Union, Tribune-Republican 1994 

Union Star, Comet 1040 

Vandalla, Graphic 1932 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS, 



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I 
MISSOURI. Page 

Versailles, Leader 2.*04 

WarreiisburK, Journal Democrat 198G 

Warrensburg, Standard 2000 

Waverly, Times 1J16 

West Plains, Gazette 2058 

Westport, Index 19:14 

■Wheeling, News IStS 

Willow Springs, Republican 1476 i 

MONTANA. I 

Big Timber, Pioneer 2010 

Butte City, Miner 1842 

Chinook, Opinion 2018 

€hoteau, Montanlan 2061 

Dillon, Tribune 1440 

Fort Benton, Review 1816 

Helena, Journal 1079 

Helena, Montana Folkeblad 19S4 

Miles City, Stock-Growers' Journal 1872 

Steveusville, Northwest Tribune 1516 

StevensvUle, Western News 1834 

White Sulphur Springs, Rocky Mountain 

Husbandman 1193 ' 

NEBRASKA. 

Allen, News 1942 

Alliance, 'Gene Heath's Grip 2012 [ 

Alma, Harlan Co. Reporter 1608 i 

Alma, Harlan Co. Times 1046 

Anselmo, Sun 2042 

Ashford, Advocate 2036 

Ashland, Saunders Co. Leader 1718 

Atkinson, Graphic 1018 

Aurora, Hampton Huckster 2006 

Aurora, Republican 19(16 

Bartlett, Wheeler Co. Republican. 1976 

Bartley, Enterprise 2044 

Bartley, Inter-Ocean 1188 

Basset, Republican-Herald 19:54 

Beatrice, Arbor State 1942 

Beatrice, Times I9s2 

Beaver Grossing, Journal 2002 

Bennet, Union 1838 

Bertrand, Phelps Co. Herald 1280 

Berwyu, Times 1882 

Big Springs, Journal 1942 

Bloomfleld, Monitor 2034 

Bloonilngton, Republican Valley Echo.. 1472 

Blue Hill, Times '2040 

Brewster, News 1918 

Broken Bow, Custer Co. Republican 19S6 

Bromfield, Bulletin 1924 

Brunlng, Enterprise 116S 

Burchard, Times 1883 

Callaway, Headlight 1832 

Cambridge, Kaleidoscope 1158 

Cedar Rapids, Republican 1088 

Chambers, Eagle li;30 

Clay Center, Clay Co. Gazette-Democrat. 1324 

Clay Center, Sun ir20 

Columbus, Wochenblatt 18(H) 

Craig, Burt Co. News 1482 

Creighton, Courier 1216 

Diller, Jefferson Co. Record 1093 

Dix, Republican 1924 

Dodge, Advertiser 1068 

Dubois, Times 2050 

Eagle. Eaglet 1614 

Edgar, Times 2052 

Elsie, Journal 1238 

Elwood, People's Advocate 1210 

Eustis, People's Advocate 1210 

Falrbury, Liberator 1218 

Fairmont, Fillmore Chronicle 1(J92 

Farnam, Caprice 1518 

Franklin, Republican 1270 

Friend, Saline Co. Standard 1840 

Friend, Telegraph 1916 

Fullerton, Post 1 126 

Genoa, Leader 1810 

Gerlng, Courier lOlM 

Gibbon, Buffalo Co. Beacon 1870 

Gothenburg, News 1581 

Grafton, Leader 1818 

Greeley, Herald 2098 

Gretna, Sarpy Co. Reporter 1056 

Harrison, Sioux Co. Herald 1878 

Havelock, Twin City Times 1848 

Hay Springs, Northwest News 1190 

Hickman, Enterprise 1850 

Holdrege, Progress 1152 

Imperial, Chase Co. Enterprise 1920 

JacKson, Criterion 1664 



NEBRASKA. Page 

Kenesaw, Citizen 1768 

Kimball, Herald 2048 

Lincoln, Evening News 1796 

Lincoln, Farmers' Alliance 1736 

Lincoln, Freie Presse 1264 

Lincoln, Nebraska Independent 2048 

Lincoln, Nebraska State Capital 1276 

Lincoln, Nebraska State Democrat 2018 

Lincoln, Nebraska State Laborer 1156 

Lincoln, New Republic 13'22 

Lincoln, Vanity Fair 1414 

Lincoln, Western Resources 1096 

Lincoln, Western Workman 1200 

Litchfield, Monitor 1142 

Loup City, Northwestern : 1862 

Lyons, Mirror 1340 

Madison, Chronicle 1342 

Mason City, Advocate 1908 

McPherson, McPherson Co. News 2018 

Merna, Record 1988 

Miiford, Nebraskan 1184 

Monroe, Looking Glass 1220 

Mullen, Enquirer 1984 

Nebraska City, Der Nebraska Staats- 

Demokrat 1420 

Nebraska City, Nebraska Press 1(!4S 

Nebraska City, Nebraska Staats-Zeltung. 1854 

Nebraska City, Stockman 1328 

Nebraska City, Wyandotte Herald 2ii32 

Neligh, Antelope Tribune 1836 

Neligh, Leader 1994 

Nemaha City, Nebraska Advertiser 173S 

Newman Grove, New Era 1146 

Newport, Advocate 21)98 

Niobrara, Pioneer 1 l:i6 

North Bend, Argus 1914 

North Platte, Telegraph 1846 

Oak, Citizen 1764 

Ogalala, Keith Co. News 1978 

Ohiowa, Ohiowan 2000 

Omaha, Central West 1776 

Omaha, Financial Journal 1100 

Omaha, Implement Dealer and Manufact- 
urers' Journal 1774 

Omaha, Medical and Surgical Record.. , 1290 

Omaha, Merchants' Criterion 1936 

Omaha, Nebraska Agriculturist 1782 

Omaha, Railway News Reporter 1790 

Omaha, Svengka Journalen 2050 

Omaha, United Labor 1996 

Omaha, Western Merchant 1708 

Omaha, Western Sporting Life 2088 

Omaha, Western Stockman and Cultiva- 
tor 14:58, 1439 

Omaha, World-Herald 144<!, 1443 

O'Neill, Item 2026 

Ord,Qulz 1732 

Orleans, Courier 1212 

Osceola, Record 2016 

Osmond, Herald 1904 

Overton, Clipper 1382 

Oxford, Standard 1900 

Palmyra, Bee 2086 

Papillion, Times 1252 

Paxton, Pilot '20:58 

Paxtou, Republican 1124 

Pender, Thurston Co. Republican 2044 

Pender, Times 1670 

Pierce, Pierce Co. Call 2022 

I Pierce, Pierce Co. Leader 2004 

Pleasant Dale, Quiz 1184 

Red Cloud, Republican 1272 

Schuyler, Nova Doba 1430 

Seneca, News 1110 

Shickley, Herald 1834 

South Omalia, Tribune 1466 

Springfield, Monitor 1858 

Stanton, Register 1814 

Stockvllle, Sentinel 1672 

Stratton, News 2032 

Stromsburg, News 1992 

Stromsburg, Republican 1992 

Sumner, Dispatch 2038 

Superior, Guide 1082 

Surprise, Herald 1884 

Tecumseh, Republican 2040 

U lysses, Argus 1636 

Ulysses, Trader 1772 

Unadilla, Nebraska Advertiser 1750 

University Place, Twin Citv Times 184S 

Valentine, Republican 2070 

Valley, Enterprise 1348 

Valparaiso, Tribune 1874 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NEBRASKA. POgC. 

A'enango, Indepi'ucient 2031 

Wakefield, Republican Ifi!"! 

Wallace, Herald K^e 

Wauueta, Breeze 10T-< 

West Point, Kepublican l-'">8 

West Union, Gazette 21CJ 

Wilsonvllle. Review 2060 

Winside, Watchman 17'.i2 

Wvmore, Union Motor 128() 

York, Nebraska Bee Keeper Ibiti 

NEVADA. 

Reno, Nevada State Journal 1850 

Winnemucca, Silver State 2086 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Berlin Falls, White Mountain Apiarist.. 1536 

Colebrook, Upper Coos Herald 1094 

Concord, People and Patriot 1062 

Dover, Evening Star 1344 

Dover, Foster's Democrat 2196 

Dover, Illuminator 1S02 

Gilsuni, Grange Household 1244 

Haverhill, Courier 1664 

Hinsdale, Around the Lamp 1984 

Manchester, American Young Folks 16a) 

Manchester, L'Avenir Canadien 1044 

Manchester, Mirror and American 

1S60, 1458, 1459 

Nashua, Real Estate Journal 1098 

Warner, Kearsage Independent and 

Times 1392 

Wolfljorough, Granite State News 1562 

NEW JERSEY. 

Asbury Park, Journal and Republican.. 1S96 

Asbury Park, Penny News 1.548 

Asbury Park, Seaside Torch 182U 

Atco, Herald and Times 2()04 

Atlantic City, Atlantic Times-Democrat. 1200 

Atlantic City, Merchant's Gazette 1642 

Atlantic City. Union 1200 

BayonneClty, Bayonne Herald and 

Greenville Register 1400 

Bordentown, Register 1152 

Bound Brook, Chronicle 1472 

Burlington, Enterprise 2180 

Camden, Sunday Review 1912 

Camden, Telegram 1 iM^i 

Camden, West Jersey Press 1066 

Clinton, Home Visitor 2U76 

Deckertown, Sussex Independent 1900 

Dover, Morris Co. Journal liiSd 

Elizabeth, Central New Jersey Herald... 1770 

Englewood. Press 16011 

Falrview, Bergen Co. Revue 1380 

Five Mile Beach, Journal 1696 

Garfield, Giant 2054 

Glen Gardner, Avalanche 1224 

Gloucester City, Advertiser 1724 

Hackensack, Bergen Index 1772 

Haddonfield. Tribune 1046 

High Bridge, News 15:!6 

Hoboken, Evening News 106:', 

Jersey City, Evening Journal 1 186, 1187 

Jersey City, Herald 1'227 

Jersey City, High School Herald 2058 

Jersey City, Hudson Co. Wecker 1175 

Jersey Cltv, New Jersey Revue 1244 

Jersey City, New Jersey Staats Zeitung. 1175 

Jersey City, News 213S 

Kevport, Press 1816 

Madison, Eagle 1076 

Madison, Our Bulletin ls(K) 

Manasquan, Coast Democrat 1850 

Morrlstown, Welcome Guest 1136 

Mount Holly. Dispatch 1094 

Newark, Chattahoochee 1943 

Newark, Der Beobachter Am Passaic — 1562 

Newark, Item and Enterprise 1140 

Newark, New Jersey Trade Review 2087 

Newark, Pioneer 1718 

New Brunswick, Frodonlan 2215 

New Brunswick, Middlesex Mall 1916 

New Brunswick, Sunday Mail 1916 

Orange, Herald 1UH4 

Orange, Journal 1710 

Passaic, Freeman's Magazine 1032 

Pa,ssalc, Passaic City Record 10.32 

Paterson, Advocate li^T^C 

Paterson, Evening News 1674 

Pater.son, LalKir Standard 1'280 

Paterson, Passaic Co. Journal 10T2 



NEW JERSEY. Page. 

Paterson, Press 1886- 

Perth Ambov, Middlesex Co. Herald 1854 

Plainfield, Central New Jersey Times — 1364 

Pleasantville. Press 1804 

Point Pleasant, Beacon 1648 

Rah way. New Jersey Advocate IGSi 

Ridgewood, News 1894 

Riverside, New Jersey Sand Burr 1416 

Rlvprton, New Era 1908 

Rockawav, American Hearthstone r27fr 

Rutherford, Bergen Co. Herald 1'274 

Somervllle, Somerset Democrat 1.V28 

Somerville, Somerset Messenger 1196 

South Orange, Bulletin i704 

Summit. Herald 1050 

Summit. Record 1'232 

Tom's River, New Jersey Courier 1116 

Tom's River, Ocean Co. Democrat 1372 

Trenton, Mercer Co. News and Chambers- 
burg Weekly 1846 

Trenton, True American 1192 

Vineland, Children's New Church Mes- 
senger 1782 

Westfield, Leader 1840 

West Hoboken, Reporter 1312 

White House. Monitor 1976 

Wildwood, Journal 1696 

NEW MEXICO. 

Albuquerque, Citizen 1444 

Albuquerque, Democrat and Journal 1584 

Albuquerque, Golden Nine 1835 

East Las Vegas, Optic 2082 

Junction City, San Juan Co. Index 1210 

Las Cruces, Metodista Neo-Mexicano . . . 2094 

Las Vegas, La Voz del Pueblo 2052 

Las Vegas, Optic '2082 

Raton, Reporter 2096 

Rosewell, Register 2064 

Silver City, Enterprise 1224 

Taos, El Monitor 2018 

NEW YORK. 

Akron, Breeze 1312 

Albany, Cultivator and Country Gentle- 
man 1618,1619 

Albany, Evening Union 2124 

Albany, Morning Express 1671 

Albany, Poultry Monthly 160O 

Albany, Press and Knickerbocker 1124 

Albion, Oologist 1188 

Allslon, Orleans Co. Herald 1324 

Amity ville, Dispatch 1572 

Amsterdam, Democrat 1964 

Arena, Enterprise 1192 

Astoria, Astorian and Long Island Inde- 
pendent 1774 

Athens, News 1916 

Auburn, Cayuga Co. Independent 1870 

Auburn, Herald 1814 

A voca , Advance 1548 

Baldwinsville, Era and Tobacco Review. 1942 

Bath, Steuben Courier 1696 

Bath Beach, Tide 1147 

Bay Shore, Advertiser and Farmer 1568 

Bay Shore, Journal 1076 

Bliighampton, Evening Herald 1820 

Binghampton, Southern New Yorker 1890 

Black River, News 1782 

Black Rock, International Gazette 1382 

RlufV Point, Visitor 3044 

Biooklyn, Advertiser 1212 

Brooklyn, Agent 1716 

Brooklyn, Agents' Globe 1126 

BrooklVn. American Hairdresser 1052 

Brooklyn, Blade 1480 

BrooklVn, Brookly tier Courier 1338 

Brooklyn, Brooklvner Reform 18-18 

Brooklyn, Catholic Youth 1350 

BrooklVn, Citizen 1579 

Brooklyn, Eagle 1350 

Brooklyn, Eastern District 1608 

Brookly n, Gael 1116 

Brooklyn, Greenpolnt Independent 1132 

Brooklyn, Greeniiolnt Star 1060 

Brooklyn, Herald 1552 

Brooklyn, Kings Co. Journal 1070 

Brooklyn, Knight 1940 

Brooklyn, Kidghts of Honor Command- 

ery. 2094 

Brooklyn, Leader 1314 

Brooklyn, Ledger 2058 

Brooklyn, Long Island Life 1656 



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NEW YORK. Page 

Brooklyn, Metropolitau Stenographer.... isa2 

Brooklyn, News 1418 

Brooklyn, Uceord of the C. B L 1060 

Brooklyn, Review 1S50 

Brooklyn, Standard Union l.WS 

Buffalo, Expre.s.s IHll 

BulTalo, Farmers' Journal antl Llve- 

Stoek Review 1176 

BufTalo, Freethinkers' Magazine 1044 

BulTalo. Horse World ]!IC.() 

Buffalo, Inlernational Uazette 138"J 

Buffalo, Le Couteulx Leader 1901 

Buffalo, Magazine of Poetry 1816 

ButTalo, Mereantile Review and Price 

Current 1176 

Buffalo, Popular Gardening 1752 

Buffalo, Queries Magazine. 21lU 

Buffalo, Real Estate and Building Xews. 144S 

Buffalo, Roval Templar 1544 

Buffalo, Slawo 171S 

Buffalo, South Buffalo Minim 2010 

Buffalo, Tidings 2146 

Buffalo, Times 1256 

Buffalo, Uu iversalistUnion 1:172 

Canastota, Bee 1348 

Canisteo, Times 1146 

Chlttenango, Madison Co. Times 1878 

Clinton, Houghton Record 1592 

Cobleskill, Young America 1191; 

Copen hageu , Visitor 1440 

Corning, Democrat 10S8 

Cornwall, Mirror 14^ 

Corona, Newtown Sun 1080 

Cortland, Journal 1472 

Dalton, Freeman IHIO 

Earlville, Standard 19.30 

Eastehester, Mt. Vernon Argus 1142 

East Syracuse, News 1248 

Echo, Rural Long Islander 1272 

Elmira, Advertiser 2123 

Elm ira, Echoes 1564 

Elmira, Evening Star 1468 

Elmira, Gazette and Free Press 1491 

Flatbush, Press 1812 

Flushing, Evening Journal 1670 

Fort Plain, Free Press 1180 

Freeport, News LoGO 

Glenns Falls, Republican 1200 

Glenns Falls, Times 1763 

Gloversville, Glovers' Journal 11'28 

Greenbush, Evening Star 1846 

Greenbush, Gazette and Sun 1610 

Green jioint, Independent 1132 

Greenpoint, Star 1060 

Harlem, City Life 1886 

Harlem, Index and Recorder 1674 

Harlem, Local Reporter 1892 

Havana, Journal 1706 

Haverstraw, Rockland Co. Times 1594 

Highland, Southern Ulster 2054 

Highland Falls, Journal 1424 

Honeoye Falls, Times 1244 

Horseheads, Chemung Valley Reporter.. 1024 

Ithaca, Democrat 1764 

Jamestown, Vart Land 1558 

Jeffersonvllle, Sullivan Co. Record 1750 

Johnstown, Evening News. . . 2022 

Kingston. Leader 14.56 

Lanslngburgh, Courier 1668 

Lisle, Gleaner 1056 

Livingston Manor, Ensign 1408 

Lockport, Journal 2131 

Lockport, Union 1972 

Long Island City, Star IO611 

Malone, Independent 1975 

Merrick, Messenger 1110 

Middletowu, Conglomerate 1876 

Modeua, Willing Worker 1952 

Monroe, Times 1434 

Montgomery, Reporter 1814 

Montieello, Republican Watchman 2080 

Mt. Vernon, Argus 1142 

Naples, Record 1894 

New Brighton, Staten Islander 1506 

Newburgh. Evening Press 1956 

Newburgh, Register 1480 

Newtown, Sun 1080 

New York, Adams' Magazine of General 

Literature 1900 

New York, Age 125S 

New York, Agents' Guide 1466 

New York, American Agriculturist 1.S26 

New York, American Analyst 1151 

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NEW YORK. Page 

New York. American Angler and Hook 

and Line ]25l 

New York, American Art Journal 1611 

New York, American Banker 1087 

New York, American Hank Reporter 1086 

New York, American Counterfeit Detee- 

^, tor 191,5 

New \ork, American Dairyman ijsii, 1487 

New York, American Economist 1606 

New York, American Exporter 2112 

New York, .\mericaii Hebrew 19(17 

New York, American Honi(ieoi)athist 1170 

New York, American Journal of Railway 

Appliances ". 1031 

New York, American Musician 1163 

New York, American Pressman 1588 

New York, American Sentinel 2182 

New York, American Shipbuilder 2048 

New York, American Yachtsman 1888 

New York, Amerikai Nenizetor 1168 

New York, Amerikanisclie Schwelzer 

Zeitung 1064 

New York, Amusement Bulletin 1744 

New York, Architectural and Building 

Monthly 2035 

New York, Architecture and Building 

1026, 1027 

New York, Argosy 11O6 

New York, Australasian and South Am- 
erican 1051 

New York, Bankers' Magazine and Sta- 
tistical Register 1464 

New York, Banking Law Journal 1144 

New York, Belford's Magazine i;iM, 1331 

New York, Book Chat 1614 

New York, Bradstreet'.s 1334 

New York, Buds and Blossoms, and 

Friendly Greetings 1376 

New York, Builder and Woodworker.... 1171 
New York, Butchers' Advocate and Mar- 
ket Journal 1242 

New York, Carpenter and Joiner 1740 

New York, Carpentry and Building 1643 

New York, Catholic Herald 1895 

New York, Catholic News 1034 

New York, China Decorator ifi36 

New York, Christian Advocate 1639 

New York, Christian Herald and Signs of 

Our Times 137s, 1,379 

New York, Christian Nation 1194 

New York, Clipper 1624 

New York, C'loaK, Suit and Ladies' Wear 

Review 1055 

New York, Clothier and Furnisher 1055 

New York, Clothier and Tailor 1366 

New York, Clothing Gazette 1739 

New York, Commercial Advertiser. ..1102, 1103 

New York, Confectioners' Gazette 2198 

New York, Consumers' Journal 1226 

New York, Contanseau's Bulletin 2083 

New York, Continent 2214 

New York, Converted Catholic ]4go 

New York. Cordage Trade Journal 1824 

New York, Court Journal and Official 

District Court Record 1839 

New York, Cristoforo Colombo 1048 

New York, Critic 1684 

New York, Current Literature 1931 

New York, Demorest's Illustrated Maga- 
zine 1119 

New York, Dental Mirror 1364 

New York, Der Auswanderer 1303 

New York, Der Fuehrer 2072 

New York, Der Hausdoktor 1720 

New Ytirk, Der Morgeustern 1766 

New York, Der Pfaelzer in Amerlka 1562 

New York, Der Wanderer 1802 

New York, Deutsch-Anierikanlsche Apo- 

theker Zeitung ]062 

New York, Deu tscheAmerikanische 

Baecker Zeitung 1428 

New York, Deut.sch - A m e r 1 k a n t s c h e 

Buchdrucker Zeitung 1438 

New York, Die Arbelter Zeitung 1388 

New York, Dispatch 2152 

New York, Doctor iQfiS 

New York, Dr. Foote's Health Monthly. . 1030 

New York, Dolls' Dressmaker 1416 

New York, Dramatic Mirror 16::0. 1631 

New York, Dry Goods Chronicle and 

Fancy Goods Review 1374, 1375 

New York, Eclectic Review 1804 

New York, El Anunclador 2218 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NEW YORK. Page 

New York, El Coniercio 1724 

New York, Electrical Engineer 1178 

New York, Electrical Review 1284 

New York, Electrical World 2 144 

New York, Electric Power 1914 

New York, El Exitortador Americano... 2112 

New York, El Progreso lusy 

New York, Engineering autl Mining Jour- 
nal 1928 

New York, Epoch 1603 

New York, Evangelist.. 1966 

New Yoik, Evening Post 1475 

New York, Family Journal 1844 

New York, Fancy Goods Graphic 1787 

New York, Far and Near 1684 

New York, Figaro 1184 

New York, Fireman's Herald 1414 

New York, FUegende Schalk Blaetter... 1478 

New York, Fraternal Times 1958 

New York, Freemason's Journal 1712 

New York, Fret heit's Bote 1211 

New York, Freund's Music and Drama... 1207 
New York, Goldthwaite's Geographical 

.Magazine 1582, 1583 

New York, Goodman's Clothier and 

Tailor 1366 

New York, Grand Army Gazette and Na- 
tional Guardsman 1318 

New York, Halterdasher 1739 

New York, Harlem City Life 18S6 

New York, Harlem Local Reporter 1892 

New York, Harper's Bazar 1335 

New York, Harper's New Magazine 1335 

New York, Harper's Weekly 1335 

New York, Harper's Young People 1335 

New York, Hatter and Furrier 1055 

New York, Hebrew Journal 1644 

New York, Hebrew Standard 1042, 1013 

New York, Hebrew World 1288 

New York, Herald of Health 1114 

New York, Hessische Blaetter 1542 

New York, Home and Country 1154, 1155 

New York, Home Guest 2052 

New York, Home Journal 1038, 1039 

New York, Homrjeopathic Journal of Ob- 
stetrics, Gynaecology and Paedology.. 1170 

New York, Hotel Mail 1912 

New York, Hotel Register 1660 

New York, Illustrated Companion 2174 

New York, Illustrated News 1551 

New York, L O. O. F. Lodge Record 1902 

New York, Index and Recorder 1674 

New York, Indicator 1735 

New York, Innkeepers' Journ al 1786 

New York, Insurance and Commercial 

Magazine 1293 

New York, Internationale Zither Zeitung 1984 

New York, Investigator 1224 

New York, Iron Age 1643 

New York, Jenness Miller Magazine 1432 

New York, Jeweler, Watchmaker and 

Silversmith 1398 

New York, Jewish Star 1766 

New York, Journal of Electro-Therapeu- 
tics 1170 

New York, Journal of Finance 1483 

New York, Journal of Ophthalmology, 

Otology and Laryngology 1170 

New York, Journal of Useful Inventions 

and Patent Solicitors' Directory 1700 

New York, Kate Field's Washington 2122 

New York, KatholischesVolksblatt 1120 

New York, Kings Co. Journal 1070 

New York, Knights of Honor Command- 

ery 2094 

New York, La FeulUe d'Erable 1664 

New York, La Revue Francaise 1528 

New York, Leather Manufacturer 1150 

New York, Le Bon Ton and Le Moniteur 

de la Mode 1860 

New York, Lieber's Manual 1963 

New York, Life 1895 

New York, Lithographic Art Journal.... 1386 
New York. Lodge, Club and Association 

Record 1884 

New York, Long Island Life 1656 

New York, Machinists' Price Current 1926 

New York, Magazine of American His- 
tory 2222 

New York, Magazine of Christian Litera- 
ture 1540 

New York,Magazlneof Western History. 1576 
New York, Manufacturer and Builder... 1066 i 



NEW YORK. Page 

New York, Maritime Register l'<;91 

New York, Medical Missionary Record.. 1344 

New York, Medical Tribune 1686 

New York, Mercantile and Exchange 

Advocate 1788 

New York, Mercantile and Financial 

Times 2023 

New York, Mercer 1739 

New York, Merchants' Review 1334 

New York, Metal Worker 1643 

New York, Metropolis 1447 

New York, Mexico Motlerno 1795 

New York, Mme. Demorest Fashion Jour 

nal 1772 

New York, Morgen Journal 1023 

New York, Morning Journal 1022 

New York, Munsey's Weekly 1107 

New York, Musical Courier 1452 

New York, Music Trade Review 1502 

New York, Nation 1474 

New York, Nature's Realm 1250 

New York, Newsman 1520 

New York, Nightingale 1556 

New York, New Yorker Schuetzen Zeit- 
ung 1388 

New York, New Yorker Schwrebisches 

Wocheublatt 1280 

New York, New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. . 1167 
New York, New Yorker Volks-Zeitung. .. 1404 
New York, Oesterreichisch Ungarische 

Zeitung ^ 1355 

New York, Office 1643 

New York, Once a Week 2095 

New York, Our Paper 16(>t 

New York, Our Second Century 2099 

New York, Outing 1320 

New York, People's Home Journal 2220 

New York, Phonogram 2090 

New York, Physical Culture 1532 

New York, Pictorial Weeklies 1394 

New York, Plain Talk 1076 

New York, Power-Steam 1036 

New York, Printers' Ink 1017 

New York, Produce Exchange Reporter. 1322 

New York, Pythian Reporter 1290 

New York, Railroad Gazette 1032 

New York, Railway News 1760 

New York, Rainbow 1991 

New York, Record and Trade Reporter. . 1242 

New York, Retail Grocers' Advocate 1492 

New York, Revista Popular 2051 

New York, Roofer, 'Tinner and Sheet 

Iron worker 1150 

New York, St. Andrew's Cross 2U.32 

New York, Sanitarian 1208 

New York, Sanitary Era 1967 

New York, Banning Och Frid 1918 

New York, School 1286 

New York, Science 1172 

New York, Seaboard 1676 

New York, Sheltering Arms 1274 

New York, Short-Hand Writer 1152 

New York, Silver Cross 1498 

New York, Spirit 1826 

New York, Sporting Times 2C62, 2063 

New York, Sportsman 1058, 1059 

New York, Standard 1074, 1075 

New York, Stockholder 1308 

New York, Sunday Advertiser 1708 

New York, Sunday Courier 1596 

New York, Sunday Democrat 1895 

New York, Sunday Times and Messenger 1540 

New York, Tablet 1976 

New York, Talent 1848 

New York, Temperance Teacher 1780 

New York, Tempest 1823 

New York, Temple Star 1054 

NewYork, Texas Sif tings 1662, 166;^ 

New York, Town Topics 1122, 1123 

New York, Turf, Field and Farm 1938, 1939 

New York, Twentieth Century 1306 

New York, Undi'rwood's U. S. 'Treasury 

Counterfeit Uoporter '. 1087 

NewYork, Union Printer 1514 

New York, United Irishman 1136 

New York, United States Sewing Ma- 
chine Times 1812 

New York, University Magazine 2076 

New York, Uptown Press 1304 

NewYork, Uptown Visitor 1527 

New York,Vereinigtc Staaten Orden und 

Verelne Revue 1692 

New York, Volksadvocat 1099 



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NEW YORK. Page 

New York, Wall Street News 1711 

New York, Water and Gas Review 1600 

New York, Week's Sport 200S 

New York, Welcome Friend 2174 

New York, Witness I9.i2, 192:^ 

New York, Woman and Home 1360 

New York, Woman's Illustrated World.. 1332 
New York, Woodward's Musical Monthly 2046 

New York, World 1298, 129!) 

North Collins, Leader 1112 

Nunda, Times 1996 

Nyack, City and Country 123U 

Nyack, Rockland Co. Democrat 1444 

Ogdensburgh, Courier 1392 

Clean, Democrat 2147 

Olean, Herald 2147 

Oneonta, Star 1628 

Oswego, Times 1372 

Otego, Rural Times 2092 

Owego, Gazette 1018 

Owego, Record 2132 

Peekskill, Critic 1722 

Peekskill, Messenger 1732 

PennYan, Advertiser 2060 

Pike, Gazette 1104 

Pouglikcepsie, Eagle 2203 

Poughkeepsie, News-Press 1704 

Quaker Street, Gazette and Leader 1063 

Ripley.Press 1216 

Riverhead, Fireside Magazine 1620 

Rochester, American Rural Home 1615 

Rochester, Campus 1476 

Rochester, Casket 1594 

Rochester, Catholic Journal 1130 

Rochester, Christian Endeavor Exchange 1808 

Rochester, Evening Times 1970 

Rochester, Farm Life 1536 

Rochester, Jury 1874 

Rochester, Pythian Knight 1874 

Rochester, Sunday Star 1254 

Rochester, Talisman 1692 

Rochester, Union aud Advertiser 1612 

Rochester, Vick's Illustrated Magazine.. 1028 

Rochester, Volksblatt 1066 

Rome, Central New York News and Ban- 
ner of Reform 1838 

Rome, Harness Gazette 1040 

St. George, Stateu Islander 1506 

St. Johnsville, Leader 1206 

Sandy Hill, Herald 1484 

Saratoga Springs, Saratoglan 1352 

Saugerties, Evening Post 12.38 

Schenectady, Union 2186 

Seneca Falls, Seneca Co. Journal 1328 

Shamrock, Special Crops 1768 

Sherburne, News 1140 

Shortsvllle. Enterprise 1132 

Sing Sing, National Union War Journal. 2068 

Skaneateles, Special Crops 1768 

Spencerport, Star 1866 

Spring Vallev, Rockland Co. Press 12.36 

Suffern, Recorder 1276 

Syracuse, Architectural Era 1218 

Syracuse, Express 1912 

Syracuse, Journal 1046 

Syracuse, Northern Christian Advocate.. 2015 

Syracuse, Rural and Poultry World 1372 

Syracuse, School Bulletin and New York 

State Edueatioual Journal 2176 

Tonawanda, Press 1450 

Troy, Observer 2216 

Troy, Press 1 162 

Troy, Telegram 2206 

Troy, Times 1340 

TJtlca, Deutsche Zeitung iind Oneida De- 

mokrat 1800 

Utica, Star 1632 

Utlca, Young Lutheran 1072 

Warwick, Warwick Valley Dispatch 1858 

Waterloo, Observer 1882 

Watertown, Advocate 1368 

Watertown, Rudder 1640 

Watklns, Herald 1260 

Williamsbrldge, Courier 1118 

Williamson, invalid's Visitor 1436 

Woodhull, Steuben Sentinel 1648 

Wyoming, Reporter 1816 

Yonkers, Gazette 1036 

Youngstown, News 2002 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Asheville, Lyceum 1624 

Burlington, News 1236 

Carthage, Blade 1732 



NORTH CAROLINA. Page 

Charlotte, Register 1770 

Elkin, Mirror 1772 

Forest Citv, Ledger 1892 

Franklin, Press 1810 

Gamewell, Rac^ket 1034 

Goldsboro, Argus 1«02 

Goldsboro, Rural Home and Sentinel.... 1776 

Henderson, Gold Leaf 1T22 

Kinston, Free Press 1222 

Lexington, Ledger 1956 

Madison, News 1964 

Mount Holly, Antl Prohibitionist 2023 

Mount Hollv, Our Southern Home 1163 

Oak Ridge, Oak Leaf 2076 

Old Fort, Fortifier 1H82 

Oxford, Day 1632 

Pine Bluff, Southern Home-Seekers' 

Guide 1782 

Raleigh, News and Observer 1591 

Salisbury, Living-Stone 1.328 

Salisbury, North Carolina Herald 1076 

Salisbury, Star of Zion 1110 

Salisbury, Truth 1976 

Smithfleld, Herald 1986 

Sparta, Alleghany Star 2022 

Sylva, Tuckaseige Democrat 1940 

Thomasville, News 1786 

Walnut Cove, Advance 1894 

Waynesville, Courier 2072 

Welch, Sunny South Agent 1866 

Wilmington, Africo-Aiaerican Presbyte- 
rian 1798 

Wilson, Mirror 1596 

Winton, Baptist Pilot 1120 

NORTH DAKOTA. 

Bismarck, Settler 1108 

Buffalo, Journal 1838 

Cando, Record 2052 

Carringtf)n, Foster Co. Independent 1984 

Church's Ferry, Sim 1900 

Cogswell, Expositor 2048 

Devil's Lake, News 1764 

Dickinson, Press 1126 

Grafton, News and Times 2002 

Grand Forks, Herald 1964 

Grandin, Grajshic 1738 

Hillsboro, B.anner 1220 

Lakota, Nelson Co. News 1810 

Lakota, Nelson Co. Observer 1276 

Mandan, Pioneer 2148 

Manvel, Graphic 1916 

Minot, Ward Co. Reporter and Burling- 
ton Reporter 1034 

New Rockford, Transcript 1942 

North wood, Gleaner 1918 

Park River, Witness 1120 

Steele, Ozone iwai 

Tower City, Journal 18.38 

WahiJeton, North Dakota Globe 1516 

Washburn, McLean Co. Mail 1148 

Willow City, North Dakota Eagle 1526 

OHIO. 

Aberdeen, Gretna Green 1894 

Adamsville, Register 1082 

Akron, American Farm News 1806, 1807 

Akron, Beacon and Republican ,.1806, 1807 

Alliance, American Fish, Fish Culture 

and Fishing 1620 

Arcanum, Enterprise 1104 

Ashland, Gazette 1034 

Ashland, Times 2002 

Attica, Journal 1142 

Attica, Medical Compend 1178 

Bakersville, Press 1046 

Batavla, Clermont Advance 1816 

Beallsvillc, Argus 1018 

Bettsville, Sentinel 106.8 

Bradford. Knight and News 1764 

Bridgeport, Argus 1663 

Bryan, Press 1838 

Cadiz, Republican 1114 

Canal Dover, Tuscarawas Co. Democrat. 1882 

Canton, Ohio Volks Zeitung 1956 

Canton, Roller 1814 

Cardlngton, Farmers' Alliance Herald... 1600 

Chillicothe, News IKVl 

Chlllicothe, Ohio Soldier 2098 

Chillicothe, Ross Co. Register 1651 

CInclnniitl, American Barber 1906 

Cincinnati, American Grange Bulletin... 1696 
Cincinnati, Cincinnatler Zeitung 1041 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



OHIO. Page 

Cincinnati, City Evangelist 1572 

Cincinnati, Co operative News 1642 

Cincinnati, Enterprise Trade Journal ISOi'i 

Cincinnati, Express Gazette 1482 

Cincinnati, Family Herald 1542 

Cincinnati, Freie Presse 2024 

Cincinnati, Golden Rule 16:58 

Cincinnati, Hotel News 1910 

Cincinnati, International Detective 1482 

Cincinnati, Phonograpliic Magazine 1191 

Cincinnati, Post 1566, 1567 

Cincinnati, Price Current 1704 

Cincinnati, Shoe and Leather Age 1226 

Cincinnati, South-West 16S4 

Cincinnati, Spokesman 1168 

Cincinnati, Suburban News I9i)4 

Cincinnati, Taegliche Abend Presse 2024 

Cincinnati, Tonsorial Advocate 1328 

Cincinnati, Volks-Auwalt 1722 

Cincinnati, Western Architect and Build- 
er 1052 

Cincinnati, Western Merchant and Man- 
ufacturer 1832 

Cleveland, American Farmer 1599 

Cleveland, Bible School Teacher 1176 

Cleveland, Collin wood Times 1128 

Cleveland, Deutsche Presse 1722 

Cleveland, Evangelist 1720 

Cleveland, Examiner 1066 

Cleveland , Hebrew Observer 1888 

Cleveland, Independent Labor Press 1812 

Cleveland, Industrial Journal and Advo- 
cate 1386 

Cleveland, Iron Trade Review 1960 

Cleveland, Mail and News 1880 

Cleveland, Marine Record 1596 

Cleveland, Marine Review 1890 

Cleveland, Our Youth's Friend 1176 

Cleveland, Press 1430 

Cleveland, Star 1755 

Cleveland, Station Agent 1222 

Cleveland, Sun and Voice 1100 

Cleveland, Trident and Post! 1786 

Cleveland, Union Gospel and News.. 1698, 1699 

Cleveland, Volnost 1484 

Cleveland, Wsechter Am Erie 1802 

Cleveland, World 1323 

Columbus, City and Country 1562 

Columbus, Evening Dispatch 1278, 1279 

Columbus, Farmers' Industrial Union... 2011 

Columbus, Medical Journal 1732 

Columbus, Ohio State Journal 1202, 1203 

Columbus, Record 1520 

Columbus, Sunday Herald 2080 

Columbus, Sunday World 1064 

Columbus, Washingtonian .' 1048 

Columbus Grove, Record 1948 

Continental, Enterprise 1770 

Corning, Times 1110 

CumminsvlUe, North Side News 1540 

Danville, Knox Co. Herald 2058 

Dayton, Herald 2120 

Dayton, Record 1972 

Dayton, Times 16s0 

Dayton, Workman and Farmer 1904 

Defiance, Crescent 1286 

Delaware, Gazette 2102 

Delaware, Star 1096 

Dennison, Paragraph 1276 

East Liverpool, Crisis 1771 

East Palestine, Valley Echo 1888 

Edgerton, Earth 19:)4 

Flndlay , Advance 1810 

Flndlay, Courier 1808 

Flndlay, Morning Republican 1952 

Flndlay, Our Young Men 2054 

Flndlay, Sunday Press 1518 

Flndlay, Union 1536 

Frazeysburg, Midland 1716 

Fremont, News 1126 

GalUpol Is, Journal 1878 

Glouster, Gazette 1194 

Greenville, Tri bune 1804 

Hlggliisport, Enterprise 1772 

Hun t svllle, Gazette 1280 

Ira, Teachers' World 1544 

Iron ton. Iron toner Post 2040 

Kenton, Herald 1850 

Kenton, News 1.580 

Kingston, Blade 198-1 

Leesvllle, Connotton Valley Times 2020 

Lima, Journal of Oil and Gas 1072 



OHIO. Page 

Lodl, Chronicle 1808 

Lodl, Review 1054 

Logan, Hocking Hub 1794 

London, Nickle Plate 1606 

London, Times 1664 

Lucasville, Transcript 1636 

McArthur, Courant 1'238 

McArthur, Plaindealer 1976 

Manchester, Signal 1692 

Marietta, Leader 1870 

Marion, Deutsche Presse , . 1846 

Martin's Ferry, Church Herald 1024 

Martin's Ferry, Clipper 1592 

Martin's Ferry, George's Newspaper 1592 

Masslllon, Independent 1380 

Ma'^sillon. Miners' Independent 1408 

Medina, Church Watchman 1874 

Monroe, Rural Sif tings '2056 

Mount Sterling, Tribune 1670 

Mount Washington, Public School Jour- 
nal 1858 

NelsonvlUe, News 1574 

Nelsonvllle, Ohio Sabbath School 1576 

Newark, Licking Co. Republican 1460 

New Bremen, Der Vetter Aus Schwaben. 1916 

New Carlisle, Buckeye Farmer 1864 

New Carlisle, Sun 1864 

New Lisbon, Ohio Patriot 1152 

New Philadelphia, Farmers' and Me- 
chanics' Journal... - r228 

New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas Advo- 
cate 1866 

Norwalk, Reflector 2167 

Ohio City. Times 1130 

Ottawa, Putnam Co. Demokrat 2072 

Oxford, Citizen 1658 

Pataskala, Standard 1076 

Plqua, Der Correspondent 1198 

Pleasantville, Sun 1900 

Pomeroy, Meigs Co. Tribune 1254 

Rawson, Herald 1764 

Republic, Seneca Chief 1800 

Richwood, Gazette 1862 

Rockwood, Crescent 2016 

Rushsylvanla, Times 1092 

Sabina, News 1966 

St. Mary's, Graphic 1244 

Salem, News 1946 

Sandusky, Educational Voice 1738 

Shelby, News 2020 

South Charleston, Sentinel 2026 

Springfield, Adler 1782 

Springfield, Beacon 2078 

Springfield, Democrat 1992 

Springfield, Farm and Fireside 1019 

Springfield, Ladies' Home Coni])anion . . . 1019 

Springfield, Lutheran Evangelist 1954, 1955 

Springfield, New Era 2078 

Springfield, Red Cross 1912 

Springfield, Republic Times 1954, 1955 

Springfield, Sunday News 1070 

Springfield, Woman's News 1954, 1955 

Tiffin, Plow and Hammer 1632 

Tiro, American 1928 

Toledo, American 1256 

Toledo, Ameryka 1768 

Toledo, Blade 121» 

Toledo, Business World 1940 

Toledo, Farmers' Reporter and Our 

National Union Magnet 1980 

Toledo, Industrial Farm and Fireside.... 1968 
Toledo, Medical and Surgical Reporter.. 1224 

Toledo, Medical Compend 1178 

Toledo, Railway Service Gazette 1560 

Toledo, Trade Review 1822 

Troy, Miami Union 1644 

Troy, Press 1831 

Wakeman, Independent Press 1240 

Walnut Hill, Suburban News 1964 

Warren, Chronicle 1136 

Wellston, Republican 1914 

WellsvlUe, Union 1884 

West Alexandria, Twin Valley Times 1931 

West Unity, Reporter 10.34 

Whltehou.se, Reporter 1668 

Woodsfleld, Monroe Journal 1392 

Woostor, Royal Arcanum Journal 1902 

Xenla, Home Weekly 1030 

Xenla, Woman's Missionary Magazine. .. 1236 

Youngstown, Evening Vindicator 1120 

Youngstown, Sunday Voice 1624 

Zanesvllle, Baptist Review 180a 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



OKLAHOMA. Page 

Beaver, Tribune 1918 

EUiiioiul. Sun IKifi 

El Reno, Eagle 1930 

Guthrie, Oklahoma State Capital 1360 

Guthrie. Oklahoma State Journal 178S 

KiuKfislier, Democrat 1!)S7 

Kingtlsher, New World 1210 

Norman. Advance l^M 

Oklahoma City, Evening Gazette 1956 

Oklahoma Citv, Leader 18:56 

Oklahoma City. Times 1290 

Reno City, Eagle 1930 

OREGON. 

Astoria, Astorlan 2178 

Astoria, Columhian 2178 

Athena. Inland Republican 2018 

Burns. East Oregon Herald 1988 

Clackamas, News 2084 

Dallas, Polk Co. Observer 1112 

Freewater, Herald 1886 

Heppner, Morrow Co. Record 19H6 

La P.t.vette. Yamhill Co. Ledger 1540 

MeMinnville. Yamhill Co. Reporter li>3S 

Newberg, I'acillc .Academician 2092 

Oakland, Observer 1980 

Portland, Catholic Sentinel 1590 

Portland, Commercial Review 1H20 

P<)rtland. Fire and Hammer I(>.i4 

Portland, Freie I'resse 126S 

Portland, Lewis & Drvden's Railway 

Guide 2074 

Portland. Northwest Reform Journal 1178 

Portland. Pacific Drug Review 1616 

Portland, S-ntinel 1590 

Tillamook. Western Watchtower 1478 

Union, Eastern Oregon Republican 2092 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Allegheny, Allegheniau 1128 

Altoona, Der Deutsche Volksf uehrer 1126 

Altooua, Mirror 1708 

Altoona, Mountain Eclio 1188 

Altoona, Times 1716 

Altooua. Tribune 1040 

Ashland, Local 1236 

Athens, News 2010 

Austin. .Autograph 1080 

Beaver Springs, Adamsburg Herald 1 142 

Bedford, Inquirer 1858 

Bellefonte, Fountain 1084 

Bellefonte, News 1104 

Bellefonte. Republican 1224 

Big Run, Enterprise 1062 

Blooming Glen, .American Farm and 

Home Companion 1980 

Bradford, Era 2219 

Bradford, Record 19S0 

Carboudale. Leader 2155 

Carlisle, Dickinsonian 20-t6 

Catasauqua, Leader 15.32 

Centre Hall, Centre Reporter 1094 

Chambersburgh, Franklin Repository... 2226 

Cheltenham, Enterprise 16^2 

Chester, Sunday Republic 1.564 

Chester, Times 1128 

Claysvllle, Recorder 1770 

Clearfield, Public Spirit 1480 

Clearfield, Raftsman's Journal 19:50 

Columbia, News and Courant 22;?5 

Columbia, Volksblatt 1670 

Derry Station. Monitor 1160 

Doylestown. Intelligencer 219t 

Dushore, Sullivan Review 1241 

Easton, Express 1810 

Eastoi), Lehigh Valley Medical Magazine. 2080 

Erie, Farm and Vineyard 1962 

Erie, Morning Dispatch 1018 

Fannettsburg, Path Valley Herald 1894 

Gallltzin, Industrial Vindicator 1968 

Germantown. Independent 11.52 

Germantown, New Christianity 1508 

Greenville, Independent " 1772 

Guys Mills, Echo 17,S> 

Harrlslmrg, Evening Star 1.172 

Harrisburg, Howanl's Negro American 

Magazine 1050 

Harrisburg, Morning Call 1640 

Harrisburg, Sun 191S 

Harrisburg, Telegram 11.59 

Hawley. Times 1S46 

Hazleton, Journal 1070 

Hazleton, Sentinel 1064 



PENNSYLVANIA. Page 

Hyndman, Bulletin 1216 

Jermy II, Press 1768 

Johnsonburg. Clarion Breeze 1290 

Kane. Leader 1h;54 

Kensington, Sun and Enterprise 1066 

Lancaster. E.xamlner 1866 

Lancaster, Freie Fresse 1636 

Lancaster, Home 1956 

Lancaster, Morning News 1540 

La Plume, Seed Time and Harvest 1396 

Lawrenceville, Herald 1408 

Leechl)urg, Advance 1803 

LlnesvlUe, Herald 1120 

McKeesport, Sunday Herald 1902 

McVeytown, Journal 1114 

Mahahoy City, Record 1054 

Mapleton Depot, Mapleton Item 19i6 

Meailvllle, Pennsylvania Farmer 1696 

Meadville, Tribune Republican 2171 

Meyersdale, Register 174S 

Mld(lletown, Journal 1472 

MlUersburg, Heralil 1352 

Millheim, journal 1716 

MonongahelaCity, Monongahela Tribune 1596 

Montgomery, Mirror 1912 

Moscow, New Era 1164 

Newcastle, News 2118 

New Castle, Sunday Graphic 131S 

New Castle, Volunteer 1204 

Newton Hamilton, Watchman 2020 

Norristown, Review 1248 

Norristown, Times 1691 

Olyphant, Gazette 1280 

Palmvra, National Agriculturist 1924 

PalmVra, Standard ia32 

Pen Argyl, Index 1136 

Peiifield, Valley Echo 1068 

Philadelphia, Abend Gazette 1876 

Philadelphia. .American Carpet and Up- 
holstery Trade 1688 

Philadelphia, American Household Mag- 
azine 1316 

Pliiladelphia, American Journal of Phar- 
macy 1024 

Philadelphia, American Law Register... 1552 
Philadelphia, American Notes and Quer- 
ies 1863 

Philadelphia, American Poultry Raiser 

and Live Stock Journal 1344 

Philadelphia, Annals of Gynaecology 1T62 

Philadelphia, .Anti-Adulteration Journal. 1210 

Philadelphia, Banner and Herald 1710 

Philadelphia. Busy Bee 17sO 

Philadelphia, Call 1275 

Philadelphia, Christianitv in Earnest 1030 

Philadelphia, Christian Woman 1096 

Philadelphia, Crystal Palace Journal 1.536 

Philadelphia, Crystal Palace Monthly. . . . 1536 
Philadelphia, Current Comment and Le- 
gal Miscellany 1568 

Philadelphia, Demokrat 1814 

Philadelphia, Drug, Oil and Paint Re- 

fiorter 1284 
adelphia. Evening Herald 2184 

Philadelphia, Family Favorite 1847 

Philadelphia, Farm and Fireside 1019 

Philadelphia, Gazette 1876 

Philadelphia, Germantown Independent 1152 

Philadelphia, Home (^ueen 1340 

Philadelphia, Homoeopathic Physician . 1174 
Philadelphia, Hotel and Traveling Man's 

Guide 1351 

Philadelphia, Hotel Reporter l:«6 

Philadelphia, Housekeeper's Weekly.... 1594 

Philadelphia, Insurance News 1242 

Philadelphia, International Journal of 

Kthlcs 1592 

Philadelphia, Item 1518, 1519 

Philadelphia, J(mrnal 1792 

Philadelphia, Journal of the Knights of 

Labor 1790 

Philadelphia, Kensington Sun and Entei ■ 

prise 1066 

Philadelphia, Kneass' Magazine for the 

Blind 1916 

Philadelphia, Kneass' SIuslc Journal for 

the Blind 1916 

Philadelphia, Ladles' Home Companion. 1019 
Philadelphia, Ladles' Home Magazine... 1184 
Philadelphia, Legal and Insurance Re- 
porter 14.36 

Philadelphia, Ixjval American 1990 

Philadelphia, Mac Ivor's Sunday Truth.. 1752 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PENNSYLVANIA. POge 

Philadelphia, Maritime Journal 1035 

Philadelphia, Market Joutnal ia9S 

Philadelphia, Medical Bulletin 1036 

Philadelphia, Medical Suinmarv 1626 

Philadelphia, Memorial TidinKS 1034 

Philadelphia, Muuyon's Magazine 1524 

Philadelphia, National Retail Jeweler... 1814 

Philadelphia, New Christianity 1508 

Philadelphia, News 1316, 1347 

Phihiik'lphia, North American ldl6 

Philadelphia, Oakdale Weekly 1322 

Philadelphia, Painting and Decorating.. 1960 

Philadelphia, Poet Lore 1440 

Philailelphia, Practical Farmer 2159 

Philadelpliia, Presbyterian Observer 169.2 

Philadelphia, Press 1723 

Philadelphia, Railroad Record and Inves- 
tor's Guide 1718 

Philadelphia, Record 1510 

Philadelphia, Rural Home 2202 

Philadelphia, Saturday Evening Post, 

1134, 1135, 12,14 
Philadelphia, Saturday Review and Re- 
public 2202 

Philadelphia, St. George Journal and 

American British World 2111 

Philadelphia, Sea Isle Gazette 1270 

Philadelphia, Society 1692 

Philadelphia, Southwestern Times 1420 

Philadelphia, Sporting Life 1246, 1247 

Philadelphia, Stenographer 1932 

Philadelphia, Sunday Dispatch 1656 

Philadelphia, Tageblatt 1148 

Philadelphia, Terpsichore 1966 

Philadelphia, Textile Colorist 1854 

Philadelphia, Times and Register 1479 

Philadelphia, Underwriter 1131 

Philadelphia, University Medical Maga- 
zine 1762 

Philailelphia, West Philadelphia Press.. 1414 

Philadelphia, Woman's Journal 2012 

Pittsburgh, Baker and Confectioner 1614 

Pittsburgh, Baptist Exponent 1684 

Pittsburgh, Christian Advocate 1499 

Pittsburgh, Clipper 1220 

Pittsburgh, East Ender 1964 

Pittsburgh, East End Society News 1200 

Pittsburgh, Freiheits Freund 1400 

Pittsburgh, Hotel Reporter 1624 

Pittsburgh, Journal of Building MM 

Pittsburgh, Katholisches Familienblatt. 1072 

Pittsburgh, National Glass Budget 1088 

Pittsburgh, Our National Issue 1484 

Pittsburgh, Pittsburger Beobachter 1814 

Pittsburgh, Post 1958 

Pittsburgh, Press 1730, 1731 

Pittsburgh, Protx'stant Herald 1892 

Pittsburgh, Saturday Star 1046 

Pittsburgli, School Review 144S 

Pittsburgh, Smith's Broad Axe 1112 

Pittsburgh, South Side News 16S0 

Pittsburgh, Star 1046 

Pittsburgh, Trades Journal ll»48 

Pitt.ston, Times 1476 

Pottsville, Miners' Journal , 1588 

Pottsville, Saturday Night Review 1848 

Punxsutawnev, News 2im;() 

Read Ing, Die Post 1456 

Reading, Press 1786 

Reading, Telegram 1782 

RlegelsviUe, News 1076 

St. Mary's, Elk C<J. Gazette 17,38 

Saxton, Herald 1146 

Scranton, .\nierlcan Woodworker and 

Mechanieal JouriUil 1870 

Sci-aiiti<n. Colliery Engineer 1887 

Scranton, Diocesan Record 1360 

Scranton, Providence Register 1191 

Scranton, Truth 1819 

Sellnsgrove, Snyder Co. Tribune 1S04 

Somerset, Standaid ]9>() 

Spartansburg, Sentinel I,5:i0 

Sprlngdale, Reconl 1 KJO 

.Sprlngtf)wn, Times 1H7S 

Steel ton, Advocate Ih82 

Stcelton, Press 1931 

Telford, Montgomery Co. Presse 1260 

Thiirlow, Globe ... 1992 

Tioga, Express 1276 

Verona, Review 1272 

Wnterford, Leader 1 110 

Wa.vnesboro, Keystone Gazette 1064 

Waynesburgl], Independent 1558 



PENNSYLVANIA. Page 

West Chester, Chester Co. Democrat 1562 

Westtleld, Free Press 2004 

Wilkes Barre, Luzerne Co. Express 1328 

Wilkes Barre, Record 1312 

Williamsport,Antl Adulteration Journal 1210 

Williamsport, Gazette and Bulletin 2223 

Wiiliainsport, Music and Mirth 1882 

Williamsport, Pennsylvania Grit 1728 

Williamsport, Pennsylvania School 1268 

Williamsport, Sun and Banner 1720 

York, Dally 1240 

"Vork, Die York Gazette 1056 

York Dispatch 1044 

York, Farmers' Adviser 1884 

York, Gazette 1056 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Hope "Valley, Grange Visitor 1542 

Hope Valley, Sentinel Advertiser 1966 

Newport, News 2^224 

Providence, Board of Trade Journal 11.32 

Providence, Critic 1940 

Providence, Home Guard 1371 

Providence, Ladies' Secret Society Jour- 
nal 1926 

Providence, Ledger 1610 

Providence, New England Wine Mer- 
chant and Brewers' Gazette 2020 

Providence, Rhode Island Military Jour- 
nal 1098 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Aiken Court House, Palmetto School 

Journal 1770 

Aiken Court House, Recorder 1088 

Anderson Court House, People's Advo- 
cate 1912 
Beaufort,' Ne w'Soiith. . . '.'.'..'....'.. '. . '. '. '.'..'. '. '. 1716 
Beaufort, Republican League ClubMan. 2060 

Bennettsville, Pee Dee Alliance 1382 

Blackville, Barnwell Co. Advertiser 1228 

Camden, Chronicle : 1858 

Charleston, News and Courier 1712 

Charleston, Recorder : . . . 1894 

Charleston, Sea Side Thouglits 1034 

Charleston, Southern Philatelist 1034 

Clinton, Our Monthly 1670 

Columbia, Palmetto Gleaner 1562 

Columbia, Palmetto School Journal 1770 

Conway, Horry Herald 1934 

Florence, Baptist Herald 1572 

Fort Mill, News 1882 

Pickens Court House, Sentinel 1048 

Sunimerville, News 2018 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Aberdeen, Appeal 1902 

Aberdeen, Northwestern Monitor 1,5'28 

Bancroft, Tribune 2070 

Beresford , Sen tinel 1920 

Bradley, Globe 1846 

Bridgewater, Times 2018 

Bristol, News 1152 

Briton, Sentinel 2056 

Brookings, Register 1912 

Bnffalo Gap, News 1988 

Canton, Dakota Farmers' Leader 1532 

Coiiile, Spink Co. News 1990 

Dead wood. Independent 2052 

Estelline, Bell 1926 

Eureka, Independent 2026 

Forest City. Press ll.SO 

Forest City South. Forest City Capitol. . . 16(K) 
Fort Pierre, Herald and Live Stock Jour- 
nal 1174 

Frankfort, Advocate 1236 

Gann Valley, Dakota Chief 1476 

Gary, Inter State 1916 

Henry, Independent 1100 

Hermosa, Pilot 1986 

Howard, M Iner Co. Democrat 1264 

H uri 111 , Tl mes 1200 

Lake Preston, Times , 2034 

Lennox, Lincoln Co. Independent 1858 

Leola, Blade 2096 

Madison, Lake Co. Independent 1536 

Marlon, Sentinel 1986 

MIntiesela. Butte Co. Star 1174 

Mitchell, Mail 1136 

Mitchell, Rei)ubllcan 1668 

Okobo)o, Times 1034 

Pierre, Capital 18.10 

Pierre, Free Press lOTO 



INDEX TO ADVEUTISEMENTS. 



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SOUTH DAKOTA. Page 

Hlanklntoii, South Dakota Mali 1772 

Kaplil CItv, Black Hills Uulou 1866 

Rapid Cltv. Journal llOt 

Rapid Citv, Kepubllcan 1S48 

Redtleid, Journal 1:528 

Rodtleld, Observer 13:">4 

Redtlehl, Sioux 1768 

Seiieea.Sun lli») 

Sioux Falls. Artfus Leader 1642 

Spearllsh. ReRisler 1862 

Sprluirlleld, Times 1661 

Tvndall, tU'K'ister 1480 

Tvn.iall. Triliune 1 12() 

Vermillion, Dakota Hepubltcan 1836 

Warner, Sua 1:^1.8 

Watertown, News 1366 

Watertown, Western Home Ma^^azine. .. 1824 
WessiuKton Springs, True Republican.. . W91 

Wessington, Times n.'iO 

Wilmot, Roberts Co. Record 1108 

Yankton, Dakota Frele Prcssc 1064 

Yankton, South Dakota Journal 1930 

TENNKSSBE. 

Bethel Springs, McNairian 20">.l 

Browusvili.'. States-Democrat 1914 

Chirlotte, Dickson Co. Press 1846 

Chattanooga, Argus 2060 

Chattanooga, Evening News 196B 

Chattanooga, Farmers' Alliance 1464 

Chattanooga, Observer 1722 

Columbia. Herald 1894 

Cookevllle, Press Iifi2 

Covlni^ton, Leader 1786 

Cumberland Gap, Cumberland Gap 1810 

Dickson. Advance 1414 

Fraukllu, Review and .\ppeal 2092 

Humboldt, West Tennessee Leader 19."i() 

Jackson, Tribune and Sun 2166 

Johnson City, Enterprise 2082 

Kenton, Ariius 1270 

Kin-,'stoii, Etist Tennesseean 1068 

KnoxviUe, Sentinel 1480 

Lawrenccburg, Busy South 1532 

Lawreucehurg, Lawrence Union 1092 

McKenzie. Central Teacher 1808 

McKcnzie, Tennessee Teacher 180S 

Memphis, Evening Scimitar 2106 

Mem phis. Free Speech 1098 

Memphis, Living Way 1070 

Memphis, Medical Monthly 1054 

Memphis. Southern .McM-chant and 

Farmer 1919 

Milan, E.xcnange 1078 

Morristown, Christian Patriot 1192 

Mossv Creek. Visitor 1692 

Nashville, Banner 1234. 12:^1, 1400 

Nashville, B Utie Flag 1664 

Nashville, Christian Advocate 2014 

Nashville, Christian Herald and Enter- 
prise US'! 

Nashville, Drugman 1444 

Nashville, Herald 196i 

Nashville. Southern Christian Recorder. 19iO 

Nashville, Southern Health Journal 18,')S 

Nashville, Soutlieru Lumberman 1912 

Rugbv. News \SSl] 

Sevlervllle, Republican Star 184n 

Spring Citv, Enterorlse 1796 

Springtleld, Herald Il.i2 

Sprlnglleld. Record ll.SO 

Trenton, Gibson Co. Democrat 1114 

Fnion City, Times 1268 

Winchester, Home Journal 13.'i2 

Woodbury, Cannon Courier 1920 

TEXAS. 

Alba, Coal Miners' Journal 2086 

Al vln. News 1822 

Amarillo, Northwest 1828 

Anson, Texas Western 1491 

Aransas Harbor, Herald 2046 

Aransas Pass, New Era 1840 

Austin, Globe 1435 

.\ustln. National Dnion 124-8 

Austin, Statesman 2030 

Austin, Texas State Journal 1962 

Austin. Tex;is Vorw;erts 1988 

Beeville, Plcavune 1872 

Belchervllle, Belcher Enterprise 1842 

Belton. J ournal ... 1204 

Berclalr, Blossom 1846 

Blanco. News 1O80 



TEXAS. Page 

Brady, Advocate 2058 

Brazoria, In<lependent l:<02 

Bryan, Eagle 1'220 

Cameron, Chronicle 1500 

Canton, Telephone 1910 

Carrizo Springs, Javelin 1216 

Childress, Childress Co. Index 2086 

CoIUnsville, Times 1348 

Colorado, Clipper 1918 

Corsicana, Light 1076 

Cotulla, Ledger 1914 

Cotulla, Times 1792 

Daingerlleld, Morris Co. News 1428 

Dallas, Christian Appeal 2096 

Dallas, Christian Courier 1388 

Dallas, Liberator 20S2 

Dallas, Norton's Union Intelligencer 2056 

Dallas. Southern Mercury 1398, 1714, 1716 

Dallas, Southwestern Baptist 1934 

Dallas, Texas .\dver(iser and Manufact- 
urers' Journal 1124 

Dallas, Texas Bai)tlsta lid Herald 2228 

Dalliis, Texas Christian Advocate 1092 

Dallas, Texas Farmer 10K4 

Dallas, Texas Tribune 1912 

D.alla,s, Western Baptist 20.'$8 

Dallas. Wochenblatt Der Texas Post 1816 

Dawson, Cotton Belt 1180 

Decatur, News 1824 

Delia Plain, Review 2038 

Del Rio, Record 1850 

Denlson, Evening Dispatch 1836 

Denison, Gate City Guide 1968 

Deport. Times 20OO 

Dodd City, Spectator 1260 

Dublin, Progress 1894 

Eagle T^ake, Canoe 1858 

Eagle Pass. Guide 1880 

East land. Chronicle 1078 

El Paso, Bullion 1098 

El Paso, El Latino-Americano 1756 

El Paso, El Valle del Bravo 1756 

Estacado, Crosby Co. News 1224 

Fort Worth, Anzelger 2018 

Fort Worth. Evening Mail 2192 

Fort Worth, Gazette 1554, 1555 

Fort Worth, Industrial Educator 1816 

Fort Worth. Practical Educator 1788 

Fort Worth, Sunday Mirror 1524 

Fredericksburg, Frederlcksburger Woch- 
enblatt 1420 

Galveston, Evening Tribune 1866 

Galveston, Test 1980 

Galveston, Texas Journal of Education. . 1864 

Glen Rose. Herald 1768 

Grand view. Sentinel 1070 

HaleCity. Hale Globe 1846 

Hariold, Telephone 1994 

Hearne. ,\dvocate 1856 

Hemostead. Waller Co. Courier 1162 

Houston, Evening Age 1476 

Houston, National .Vlllance 19:» 

Iowa Park. Wichita Co. Democrat 1926 

.Tacksboro. Sentinel 2088 

Jasper. Newsboj' 1088 

.lewett. Messenger 1114 

Junction Cltv, Clipper 1982 

Kosse. Cvclone 1M.8 

La Grange, Svoboila 1878 

Ijexington, Telegram 18.S4 

Lufk In. Leader 1 m2 

Mans'leld, Chrfmicle 1608 

Marble Falls. Gazette 2050 

Marshall, Messenger 1100 

Mexia, Democrat 1916 

Mlaid, Telegraph 1424 

Moodv. Courier 1264 

Mount Vernon. Franklin Herald 1048 

New Braunfels. Neu Braunsfelser Zelt- 

viug 1322 

Palestine. Times 1704 

Paris. North Texas Farrfier 2076 

Pearsall, News 1644 

Pleasanton, Monitor 1882 

Robv, Fisher Co. Call 1206 

Rusk. Standard Enterprise l.'V42 

Salisbury. Mall Co. Record 1096 

San Antonio. Times 1917 

San Marcos, Hays Co. Times and Farm- 
ers' Journal 1160 

San Marcos. Pre«s 1810 

Seguln, Record 1540 

Sevnviur, News 2019 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TEXAS. Page 

Slpe Springs, Cyclone 1276 

Snyder. Seun-y Co. Citizen 2032 

Sulpluii- Spiiugs, Alliance Vindicator. . . . 1648 

Taylor, Ji )uriial 1754 

Thorndale, Trumpet 1195 

Trinity, Watchman 2054 

Victoria. Ad vocate 1144 

Victoria, Deutsclie Zeitung fuer Texas... 1210 

Waco, Guardian 1688 

Wa.xaliaciiie, Democrat 1272 

Whitewright, Plow and Hammer 1188 

Wtiltney, Messenger 2022 

VS^olf e City, Sentinel 1200 

Wood ville. Eureka 19">0 

Yoakum, Grapliic 1732 

UTAH. 

Beaver. Utonian 2000 

Brigliam City, Bugler 1914 

Cedar City, Iron Co. News 2034 

Epliraim, County Register 1884 

Huntsville, Utah Danske Amerikaner.... 1126 

Mantl, Sentinel 20.")0 

Nephl, Ensign 1176 

Ogden, Inter- Mountain Merchant 1870 

Ogden, Standard 1856 

Ogden. Utah Union 2026 

Provo City, Enquirer 1930 

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Herald 1148 

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Tribune... 17i6, 1727 
Salt Lake City, Utah Odd Fellow 1764 

VERMONT. 

Barre, Enterprise 1143 

Bellows Falls, Teachers' Journal 1628 

Bellows Falls, Times 1484 

Burlington, Free Press 1719 

Burlington. Self Help and Home Study. . 2055 

Newfane, Our Prison Missionary 1462 

Passumpsic, Agents' World 1542 

Poultney, Journal 1204 

Rutland, Model Home 2000 

West Randolph, Agents' Monthly 1804 

VIRGINIA. 

Alexandria, Home 1768 

Alexandria, Leader 1162 

Alexandria, Sunday Phonograph 1638 

Amherst Court House, New Era. 19^6 

Basic City, Advance 14H2 

Bedford City, Bedford Index - 1S8> 

Big Stone Gap, Big Stone Post 1736 

Blackstone, Courier 1628 

Bland Court House, South- West 1220 

Bowling Green, Caroline Sentinel 1968 

Boydton, Mecklenburg News 106S 

Broadway, News 1934 

Burkeville, News and Alliance 1596 

Cape Charles, Pioneer . 1786 

Cedar Bluff, Index 1830 

Chase City , Progress 1204 

Clifton Forge, Clifton Forge and Iron 

Gate Review 1874 

Klkton, Index 1588 

Fredericksburg, Free Lance 1243 

Front Royal, Front Royal and Riverton 

Gazette 1908 

Front Royal, Warren Sentinel 1428 

Gate City, Scott Banner 1072 

Gordonsvllle, Gazette 1440 

Harrisonburg, Spirit of the Valley 1094 

Heathsville, Northern Neck Post 1862 

Ivanhoe Furnace, Cripi)lc Creek News... 2092 

Jones villc, Lee Co. Republican 1.352 

Lawrenceville, Brunswick Gazette 1930 

Lebanon, News 1878 

Loviiigston, Nelson Examiner 2092 

Lynclilturg, Advance 1248 

Maiiclicstcr. Leader 2051 

Manassas, Gazette 1904 

Marion, Southwestern News 1146 

New Market, Our Church Paper 1472 

New Market, Shenandoah Valley 1472 

Norfolk, Chat 1920 

Norfolk, Landmark 1010 

Norfolk, News and Courier 1660 

Norfolk, Old Virginia Real Estate News. 1660 

Norfolk, Southern Times 2056 

Norfolk, Virginian 1441 

North Danville, Enterprise 17(ifi 

Petersburg, Home Journal 1652 

Petersl)urg, I nilex- Appeal 2119 

Pocahonta.s, Southwestern Press 1976 



viRQisiA. Page 

Portsmouth, Progress 1856 

Radford, Journal. 2010 

Richlands, News . . 1812 

Richmond, American Doctor 1686 

Richmond, Christian Advocate 2014 

Richmond, Dispatch 1744 

Richmond. Planet 1.S82 

Richmond, Reporter 2020 

Richmond, Southern Clinic 1692 

Richmond, State 1040 

Richmond, Vigilant Reporter 2020 

Roanoke, Cosmocrat 1648 

Roanoke, Evening World 1024 

Roanoke, Iron Belt 1541, 1791 

Roanoke, Times 2039 

South Boston, Halifax Record 1336 

South Boston, News 18.58 

Stuart, Enterprise 1696 

Suffolk, Observer 1864 

Tazewell Court House, Index 1830 

Vinton, Dispatch 1258 

Waverly, Sussex Gazette 1962 

Waynesboro, Times 1754 

West Point, Plain Dealer and Southern 

Immigrationist 1670 

Wise Court House, Glade ville Sun 2027 

WASHINGTON. 

Aberdeen, Bulletin 1488 

Aberdeen. Herald 1140 

Buckley, Banner 1976 

Castle Rock, Cowlitz Advocate 1496 

Centralla, Chronicle 2054 

Chehalls, Nugget 1572 

Colville, Miner 1468 

Coulee City, News 1668 

Dayton, Baptist Sentinel 1924 

Dayton, Columbia Chronicle 1248 

Deep Creek Falls. Gate City Herald 1844 

Edmonds, Chronicle 2070 

EUensburgh, Capital 1434 

Ellensburgh, Wasliington State Register. 1658 

Goldendale, Courier 1828 

Kelso, Courier 1344 

Latah, Times 1496 

Lynden, Pioneer Press 1096 

Montesano, Washington Democrat 2094 

New Whatcom, Evening Exponent 2034 

Orting, Oracle 1100 

Pomeroy, East Washingtonian 19% 

Puyallup, Citizen 1648 

St. John, He-ider 2058 

Sea Haven, Western World 2O04 

Seattle, Pacific Magazine 1898 

Seattle, Press Times 1463 

Seattle, Telegraph 1616, 1647 

Seattle, Tribune 1708 

Seattle, World 2lXX> 

Shelton, Sentinel 2020 

Snohomish, Sun 2026 

South Prairie. Echo 2098 

Spokane Falls, Echo 1790 

Spokane Falls, Globe 1464 

Spokane Falls, Spokane Chronicle 2234 

Spokane Falls. Spokane Post 1986 

Sprague, Herald 1476 

Tacoma, Everv Sunday 2042 

Tacoma, Ledger 1832 

Tacoma, Morning Globe 1470, 1471 

Tacoma, Tidcnde 1904 

Tacoma, Wealth of the Northwest 2048 

Waterville, Big Bend Empire 1664 

Waterville, Democrat 2064 

Whatcom, Evening Exponent 20.'U 

Wlnlock, Pilot . . 1520 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Addison, Mountain Echo 1,8.50 

Aldersou, College ReportiM- 1854 

Berkeley Springs, Morgan Mercury 1880 

Berkeley Springs, News 1808 

Beverly, Randolph Enterprise 2000 

Bluetleld. Exponent 1243 

Bramwell, Flat Top Monitor 1114 

Cameron, Marshall and Wetzel News .. 1270 

Gerardstown, Times 1328 

Huntington, Baptist Banner 1924 

Huntington, Gazette 1886 

Milton, Star 2092 

Parkersbui-gh, State Journal 2207 

Racine, Democrat 1951 

St. Mary's, Oracle 1786 

Tunnelton, Garner's Gleaner 1804 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXV 



WEST VIRGINIA. Page 

West Union, Herald 1866 

West U nlon, Record Wsi 

Wheeling, Quest 1G58 

WISCONSIN. 

AdamsvlUe, Argus 1962 

Ashland, N'ews 15;» 

Ashland, Press VMC, 

Bangor, Independent ViSO 

Belolt, Free Press 1!>40 

Belolt, Vort Blad 1H56 

Black Earth, Monitor 1204 

Blaiichanlville. Post 1(W2 

Blue Mounds, Press 1078 

CllntonviUe, Dual-City Tribune 153« 

CUntonvllIe, Times 1054 

De Pere, De Standaard 13iS 

Durand, Zeiruni,' 1440 

Eau Claire Leader 2032 

Eau Claire, Worlcman's Gazette 1532 

Elroy, Wisconsin Statesman 1772 

Fond du Lac, Volks Zeitung 19M 

Genoa Junction, Journal 1520 

Green Bay, JlcCuun's Commercial Stu- 
dent 1064 

Hayward, Journal-News 1372 

Janesville, Gazette 2168 

Janesville, Journal 1220 

Janesville, Signal 1428 

Janesville, Wisconsin Tobacco Leaf 148i) 

Kewaunee. Enterprise IIKS) 

Kilbourn City, Mirror Gazette 1260 

La Crosse, News 1414 

Linden, Adviser 1658 

Madison, Maanen 16.52 

Manitowoc, Tribune 1764 

Marinette, Marinette Co. Argus 1312 

Marinette, Voice of the People 1052 

Menomonie, Der Nordwesteu 1440 

Menomonie, Nordstern .J440 

Merrill, Lincoln Co. Anzeiger 1088 

Milton, Telephone 2060 

Milwaukee, Abend Post und Freie Presse. 1144 

Milwaukee, Advocate 1656 

Milwaukee, Der Seebote 1376 

Milwaukee, Erziehungs Blaetter 1884 

Milwaukee, Freldenker 1898 

Milwaukee, Journal 1419 

Milwaukee, Kuenstlerheim 1946 

Milwaukee, Living Church 1051 

Milwaukee, Milwaukeer Volkszeitung,. . 170K 

Milwaukee, National Advance 1660 

Milwaukee, National Reformer 1664 

Milwaukee, Pythian Age 1606 

Milwaukee, Times 1146 

Mount Horeb,Sun 1094 

New Glarus, Echo 1994 

New London, Dual City Tribune 1536 

North La Crosse, News 1414 

Onalaska, La Crosse Co. Record 1488 

Oxfordville, Vort Blad 1856 

Peshtigo, Argus 1312 

Racine, Journal 1802 

RIdgeway, Enterprise... . , — 1476 

Stoughton, Xormannen 1456 

Superior, Evening Telegram 1750 

Superior, OfHcial Record 17.54 

Superior, Short Line 1434 

Tomahawk, Tomahawk 1488 

Trempealeau, Northwestern Teacher — 1140 

Viola, Intelligencer 1920 

Waukesha. Freeman 1468 

Wausau, Der Deutsche Plonier llOt 

Wausau, Der Gefluegel-Zuechter 1866 

Wausau, Teachers' Friend 1018 

Westtleld, Central Union 1796 

West Superior, Evening Telegram 17.50 

West Superior, Official Record 1754 

WYOMING. 

Beulah, Globe News 2082 

Ca-sper, Mail 1018 

Cheyenne, Leader 1894 

Cheyenne, Magic City Record 1972 

Evanston, News 1980 

Laramie, Boomerang 1878 

Rawlins, Republican 1512 

DO.MINION OF CANADA. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Kamloops, Inland Sentinel 1862 

Vancouver, News-Advertiser 1718 

Vancouver, World 1180 

Victoria, Colonist 2236 



MANITOBA, Page 

Carman, Standard 1658 

Rapid City, Reporter 1854 

Vlrden, Advance 1526 

Winnipeg, Den Skandlnavlske Cana- 

diensa veu 1496 

Winnipeg, Der Nordwesten 1268 

Winnipeg. Heimskrlngla 1984 

Winnipeg, L(Bgberg 1100 

Winnipeg, Manitoba Free Press 2195 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Albert, Maple Leaf 1803 

Benton, Canada 20.58 

Fredericton, Globe 1«36 

St. John, Evening Gazette 1748 

St. John, Globe 1*^91 

St. John, Maritime Agriculturist 2000 

St. John, Methodist 2028 

St. Stephen, St. Croix Courier 1240 

Woodstock, Carleton Sentinel 1078 

Wood.stock. Press 1220 

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES. 

Battleford, Saskatchewan Herald 1110 

Macleod, Gazette and Alberta Live Stock 

Record.. 1136 

Medicine Hat, Times 1264 

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan 1986 

Prince Albert, Times and Saskatchewan 

Review 2086 

Regina, Leader 10<>3 

Reglna, Standard 2016 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

Amherst, Press 20!>2 

Annapolis, Spectator 1530 

Digby, L'Evangeline 1822 

Halifax, Critic 1796 

Halifax, Maritime Medical News 1 194 

Halifax, Morning Herald 1894 

Halifax, People's Bazar 1974 

Meteghan, L'Acadie Liberale 1790 

New Glasgow, Vindicator and Protestant 

Advocate 1900 

Parrsboro', Cumberland Leader 1S98 

Port Hawkesbury, Eastern Journal 1196 

Shelburne, Budget 1776 

Svdney , Island Reporter 1120 

Weymouth, Free Press 18.34 

Weymouth, L'Evangeline 13'22 

Yarmouth, Light 1270 

ONTARIO. 

Belmont, Times 1836 

Blyth, Standard 1440 

Bowmanville, Medical Adviser and Farm 

Help 2010 

Brantford, Expositor 1812 

Brockville, Evening Recorder 1146 

Brockvllle, Our Homes 1790 

Burk's Falls, Arrow 2050 

Cannington, Independent 1796 

Carleton Place, Central Canadian 1194 

Comber, Herald 1076 

Cornwall, Standard 1044 

Deseronto, Tribune l***? 

Drayton, .\dvocate 2064 

Drayton, Times 1899 

Eganville, Enterprise 1542 

Elmlra, .\dvertiser 1592 

Erin, .\dvocate 1530 

Gtoderlch, Star 1198 

Grand Valley, DufTerin Star 1706 

Hamilton, Herald 1480 

Hamilton, International Royal Templar. 1108 

Hamilton, Spectator 1*27 

Hamilton, Times 21S3 

HuntsvlUe, Forester 1600 

Ingersoll, Sun 1782 

Iroijuois, St. Lawrence News WIS 

Leamington, Post 1312 

London, Free Press 2090 

London, Grand Trunk Bulletin 1168 

L'Orlgnal, Advertiser 1.572 

Lucan, Record 1964 

Mlnden,Echo 1942 

Niagara Falls, Review 2022 

North Bay, Times 1476 

North Toronto. North-Ender vrSZ 

Ottawa, Anglo-Saxon 10!»9 

Ottawa, Canada Health Journal 1894 

Ottawa. Canadian .^lilitla Gazette 1156 

Ottawa, Citizen 2230 



XXVI 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ONTARIO. Page 

Parry Sound, North Star 2082 

Pembroke, Standard 1301 

Perth, Expositor 1424 

Peterborough, Dominion Philatelist 1094 

Peterborough, Review 2126 

Petrolea, Topic 1588 

Picton, Times 1216 

Port Arthur, Herald and Algoraa Miner. 1962 

Port Hope, Evening Guide 1248 

Prescott, Journal 1636 

Stouff villa. Tribune 1896 

Stratford, Echo 1834 

Stratford, Times 1696 

Strathroy, Canadian Druggist 1118 

Streetsville, Review 1574 

Sundridge, Echo 1562 

Tilsouburg, Oljserver 1684 

Toronto, Banlc Chat. 1740 

Toronto, Books and Notions 1851 

Toronto, Budget 1380 

Toronto, Canada Presbyterian 2156 

Toronto, Canadian Dry Goods Review... 1851 
Toronto, Canadian Grocer and General 

Storekeeper • 1851 

Toronto, Canadian Kennel Gazette 1460 

Toronto, Canadian Law Times 1720 

Toronto, Canadian Manufacturer and In- 
dustrial World 1288 

Toronto, Canadian Poultry Review 1460 

Toronto, Canadian Queen 1644 

Toronto, Catholic Review — 1876 

Toronto, Dominion Odd Fellow 2156 

Toronto, East-End Echo 1032 

Toronto, East-Ender 1032 

Toronto, Farm and Fireside 1311 

Toronto, Fireside Weekly 1040 

Toronto, Forest and Farm 2100 

Toronto, Freemason 1 '08 

Toronto, Globe 1778, 1779 

ToroQto, Hardware" ISsl 

Toronto, Home Circle Leader IWS 

Toronto, Ladies' Journal 1078 

Toronto, Mail 1310 

Toronto, Massey's Illustrated 143^ 

Toronto, Merchant 1310 

Toronto, Merchant and Manufacturer, 

and Millers' Gazette 1252 

Toronto, North-Ender 1032 

Toronto, Pigeons and Pets 1460 

Toronto, Rural Canadian 21d6 

Toronto, Saturday Ni^ht 1^84 

Toronto, Trader and Canadian Jeweler. . 1084 

Toronto, Truth 1088 

Toronto, Week 2156 

Toronto, West-Ender 103^ 

Toronto, Western Leader 1754 

Toronto, World 1596 

Tweed, News •• 1*20 

Whitby, Sunbeam 1364 



ONTARIO. Page 

Wiarton, Encore 1254 

Winchester, Press 1408 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

Charlottetown, Watchman 1873 

QUEBEC. 

Hull, Le Spectateur 1800 

Montreal, ABC Railway and Steamboat 

Travellers' Guide 1096 

Montreal, Battersby's Dominion Pocket 

Railway and Travellers' Guide 2080 

Montreal, Canadian Exchange and Mart. 1770 
Montreal, Canadian Journal of Fabrics. . 1066 
Montreal, Canadian Magazine of Science 

and Patent Offtce Record 2063 

Montreal, Canadian Trade Review, Fi- 
nance and Insurance Record 1292 

Montreal, C. M. B. A. Journal 1684 

Montreal, Home Fascinator 1054 

Montreal, Index of Current Events 2059 

Montreal, Journal D'Hygieue Populalre.. 1072 

Montreal, La Presse 2076 

Montreal, L' Aurore 1328 

Montreal, Le Monde 1776 

Montreal, Le Monde lUustre 1048 

Montreal, Le Prix Couraut 1766 

Montreal, Les Modes Franealses Illustrees 1046 

Montreal, Le Stenographe Cauadien 1258 

Montreal, Le Trait D'Union 1^ 

Montreal, Lower Canada Jurist 1028 

Montreal, L'Union Medicale Du Canada. 1680 

Montreal, Shareholder 1610 

Montreal, True Witness and Catholic 

Chronicle 1232 

Montreal, Witness 1210 

Montreal, Young Canadian i6fi 

Portage Du Fort, Pontiac Advance 1112 

Quebec, Le Courrier du Canada 1376 

Rock Island, Stanstead Journal 1956 

St. Hyacinthe, L' Artisan 1592 

St. Hyacinthe, L'Union 1964 

Sherbrooke, Le Progres de L'Est 1958 

Sherbrooke, The Land We Li ve In 1966 

Sorel, Le Sorelols 1440 

Three Rivers, Le Trifluvien 1244 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

St. John's, Colonist 1204 

St. John's, Evening Herald «^ 

Trinity, Record 2090 

Twillingate, Sun and Northern Adver- 
tiser IST* 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

ENGLAND. 

London, Printing Times and Lithog- 

rapher 2086 



PREFACE. 



The enlarged size of the American Newspaper Directory 
for the present year has been necessitated by a remarkable 
increase in advertising patronage. Nearly i,ooo more orders 
have been received for advertising than ever before in the history 
of the publication. In order that these pages might be made 
specially attractive, we have placed on every fourth page a prac- 
tical suggestion or hint for an advertisement. It has been the 
object to embody in each of these some novel or striking feature, 
either in display, illustration or typographical arrangement, and 
in its present form advertisers will find the advertising appendix 
of the American Newspaper Directory well worth a thorough 
examination. 

The application to Publishers for information to be used 
in the revision of the circulation ratings for the twenty-third 
annual edition of the American Newspaper Directory was 
made on the plan outlined below. 

It was found possible to divide the newspapers into five 
classes: class one, consisting of papers which had given a satis- 
factory circulation report for the last issue of the Directory ; 
class two, of papers which made a report that was not so exact 
and definite as to make it entirely satisfactory; class three, of 
papers which had favored the Directory with some aid at the 
time of the last revision but had refrained from communicating 
any information upon the subject of circulation ; class four, of 
papers which at the time of the last revision had ignored appli- 
cations and given no information. In addition to these there 
were more than 2,000 papers, the fifth class, composed of new 
papers, the descriptions of which appeared for the first time in 
the Directory for 1890, and to which, in accordance with the 
plan of the book, no circulation rating had been accorded. To 
every paper of whichever class the following circular was sent : 

YOUR OWN circulation REPORT. 

You are aware that to have a correct circulation rating; in the American Nkwspai'ER 
Directory costs nothing ; all that is required is that the facts be furnished — actual (not 



xx%iii PREFACE. 



average) issues — and for a period of not less than three months — in exact (not approximate) 
figures. 

That the circulation reports in the Directory shall be reliable is of vastly more impor- 
tance to its publishers than it can be to the publisher of any single newspaper. Every pub- 
lisher of a newspaper is specially urged to give all the aid in his power to make the Direct- 
ory reports accurate. 

Before undertaking to convey any information about the circulation of your own paper, 
please examine the sample statements which form a part of this sheet. 

A plain statement made in substantial accordance with the sample furnished, covering a 
period of three months last past, signed by the publisher with a pen and dated, is always 
received with much confidence. It is the sort of report which is most desired. Sworn state- 
ments and printed affidavits are not specially valued. 

At one time it was the practice to return circulation reports which were not such as were 
hoped for, and direct attention to the points upon which more explicit, definite or detailed 
information was desired ; but experience has shown that failure to send a circulation report 
generally arises from disinclination rather than oversight ; also, that a report which ignores 
the plan suggested and gives statements in round figures, signed with a hand-stamp, not 
signed at all, or not dated, or in some way left less than definite, is so made because 
the publisher prefers a statement with a loop-hole. All reports are therefore placed on 
file as received, and considered for ivhat they appear to be ivorth. 

A circulation rating will not be so readily increased in a case where a detailed report has 
not been furnished. A failure to send any report at all is liable to be taken as an indication 
that the rating already accorded is too high. 

It must be distinctly understood that the editor of the Directory does not take cogni- 
zance of any statement about circulation made in copy sent for an advertisement to appear in 
the book ; for at the time of fixing the circulation of a newspaper, it is found to be better that 
the Editor shall neither know the contents or character of an advertisement or whether there 
is or is not an advertising order on file. 

Avoid delay! Soon after a new edition of the Directory is issued, its publishers are 
certain to be in receipt of many communications from newspapers, asserting that the circula- 
tion rating accorded in the book does an injustice, and these complaints are sometimes accom- 
panied with information, which had it come to hand before the book was issued, would have 
secured the rating of the paper e.xactly in accordance with the facts given. 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 

The rating of circulations in the Directory is given by letters, or the combination of 
letters and figures, of which the significance is explained by a Key ; but for every paper, the 
publisher of which furnishes in good faith a statement in detail for the period of a full year, 
made in substantial accordance with the sample statements sent herewith showing (i) the date 
and actual edition of each issue for a full year immediately preceding the date of the state- 
ment ; (2) added so as to show the sum total of all the issues ; (3) and the sum total divided 
by the number of issues so as to exhibit the actual average editions ; the figures so found will 
be printed in numerals with the description and rating of the paper, and additional statement 
will be made as follows : K^"" Actual average for the past year copies. 

For this service no charge is made. It is rendered freely for the benefit of those pub- 
lishers who wish to have the public informed of the actual rather than approximate circula- 
tion. 

^^~ See New York City U-^or/d and 320 other papers in the Directory for 1890. 

For the purpose of making it impossible to misunderstand 
what sort of a circulation statement was most desired, examples 
of actual statements which had been received and accepted as 
satisfactory were made a part of the circular reprinted above. 



PREFACE. 



XXIX 



Reduced fac-similes of these sample statements are here 
given : 



SAMPLE STATEMENT OF A DAILY. 



"Press'* OrncE, Middletown, N. Y.. 
"MxasRfl. Geo. P. Rovkll A Oo, November 21. 1885. 

"OxHTLxuxM.-^The iftsoeii of the 'Dftily Press* for the year from Nor^ 1884, to Oct, 1885, botli inclusive, 
have been AS follows:— . 



Jul. I 

MAacm 
Armiu 

lUT. I ' 

Acovmt • 

StlT,' • 

Oct, •. ' 






8 IlO 

Laatrt.ini 



1.056 



tat 1 1 



.JZ2U' 1,090 



11 1213 14,1S 
iWi.iA>i.onimt.iO{ 



17 18|19 20 31 33 33 34 

t.oni.on 1.104 1,104 t.iM 1.13 1,104 ; 



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i;ai|uoi 1.1114 1. i&i.... .1.101 
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Total, SM^3Scople«, ■*- 9M ^ 1.060 4 avjorego dftUy insae. | 

"This ia a correct report of the issued of the * DaQy Press ' for an entire ye&r, as stated, and is made for 
purpose of being placod on file in the oflBce, of the American Newspapeb Directobi and seoaring an accurate 
exact circulation rating in the next issue of that annual. 

-STIVERS, SLADSON U BOTD." 



the 
and ' 



SAMPLE STATEMENT OF A WEEKLY 



• ^Thk Lakcaatek Gazette." 

LancastI'^k, K. H., Deo. lltb. I881. ( 
•'Messrs. Uko. P. &owkll A Co., PublUbors 01 tiio American Newspaper 
"DiBEcropt. 
*• Gents :— Tlte issues of tho Oaxetu for Uie past yeax have been us follows 



• I^iidny. December fi.... 
NovuinbcrtS... 



Pridyr. 




790 copies. 



Dtteember tn. \OiS^ 
" SI 

II 



U^ouj .tf,t4S oopieii 



T0IA1.4 

■Tbe loiAl aiunb«r of copies prtniod in the antm jrtsr— 39.t46— wbeD 
divided bjSl,Lb« namb«roru»uea. sbow* tbr aTora«o iMao (o b« TMeoplea. 

»• TtiU U a correct report of Ibe Issaea of THt Oaxttu for an enllra year, and 
li mad* for u>e parpoa« of tMlng placed on Ole In tue otDoe of tbe amciiicam 
>"•'*»*■ DtttCTOiT. and aecurlngan aoour»t« aod ezaci olrculaUoo ratlnf 
W U« D«Xt ISMM Of thai Annual. 

"LAMCASTCR PRIKTINO CO.. 

"CO. DATCUELDIA. S«er«taf7.* 



To every paper of the first class above referred to the fol- 
lowing communication was inclosed: printed on a 



XXX PREFACE. 



BLUE SLIP. 

Last year the paper to which this is addressed sent a circulation report which was so 
satisfactory that it enabled us to mark the rating with three asterisl^s (***), and guarantee 
its accuracy, and it is hoped that equal care will be devoted to the report for this year. 

To every paper of the second class the following communi- 
cation was inclosed : printed on a 

YELLOW SLIP. 

Last year the circulation report received from the paper to which this is addressed did 
not conform to the sample statement sent ; in fact, was not so exact and definite as to make it 
entirely satisfactory to the Editor in charge of the compilation of the Directory: a hope is 
hereby expressed that the fault complained of last year will not be noted in the report which 
shall be sent in answer to this application. 

To every paper of the third class the following communica- 
tion was inclosed : printed on a 

GREEN SLIP. 

Last year the paper to which this is addressed furnished the Directory with some other 
information, but was silent on the subject of a circulation report ; it is specially hoped that 
this will not be the case this year. 

To every paper of the fourth class the following communica- 
tion was inclosed : printed on a 

PINK SLIP. 

Last year, in reply to their application, the paper to which this is addressed did not favor 
the publishers of the Directory with any report of any sort, to aid them in the prosecution of 
their work. They wish to express the earnest hope that they may not again be treated with 
so much neglect. 

To every publisher in every State there was also inclosed a 
complete catalogue of all the papers issued in that State, as 
recorded in the last issue of the American Newspaper Direct- 
ory : together with the circulation rating accorded to each : and 
this catalogue was accompanied by the following request : 

If you are willing to examine this list in the light of the local knowledge which you pos- 
sess and mark with a plus mark (+) any paper which you believe can sustain a claim to a 
higher circulation rating than that here accorded to it, please do so ; and return the list, so 
marked (signed and dated for identification), to office of the 

American Newspaper Directory, 

lo Spruce St., New York. 

Do not place any mark against the name of your own paper ; because for that a detailed 
statement of actual issues will be expected in accordance with the request printed elsewhere, 
and in the form of the sample statement furnished. 

If you know of any paper, or any edition of any paper, in your State which docs not 
appear in this catalogue, you will confer a favor upon the Editor of the Dikkctory by giving 
the name and place of publication. If any paper, or any edition of any i)aper, now in the list 
is no longer published, will you please state which they arc ? 



PREFACE. xxxi 



To every publisher of a class paper there was inclosed a 
complete catalogue of all the papers of that class in the whole 
country, as recorded in the last issue of the American News- 
paper Directory, together with the circulation rating ac- 
corded to each ; and this catalogue was accompanied by the 
following request : 

Within is a complete list of the Class to which your paper belongs, according to the last 
edition of the American Newsi-atek Dikectokv, together with the Circulation Rating 
accorded to each in that edition, and a Key by which the ratings are explained. 

If you are willing to examine this list in the light of the local knowledge which you pos- 
sess and mark with a plus mark {-{-) any paper which you believe can sustain a claim to a 
higher circulation rating than that here accorded to it, please do so ; and return the list so 
marked (signed and dated for identification), to office of the 

Ameuican Newspaper Directory, 

lo Spruce Street, New York. 

Do not place any mark against the name of your own paper ; because for that a detailed 
statement of actual issues will be expected in accordance with the request printed elsewhere, 
and in the form of the sample statement furnished. 

If you know a paper, or any edition of any paper, of your class which does not appear in 
this catalogue, you will confer a favor upon the Editor of the Directory by giving the name 
and place of publication. If any paper, or any edition of any paper, now in the list is no 
longer published, will you please state which they are ? 

In addition to the printed matter above described in detail 
there was a general circular to the following effect: 

The Directory undertakes to report the name, day, days or frequency of issue, politics 
or general character, number and size of pages, yearly subscription price, year of estab- 
lishment, and editor's and publisher's names (if stated) of every American newspaper. The 
description given is always obtained by examining a copy of the publication described. 
If you are not now sending your paper regularly lo Geo. P. Rowell & Go's Newspaper Adver- 
tising Bureau, please send one copy now, addressed to the American Newspaper Directory, 
10 Spruce St., New York City, that it may be at hand for use for this special purpose. 

There was also the usual suggestion on the subject of advertis- 
ing in the Directory, to the following effect : 

An order from a prominent and influential publisher to insert a conspicuous and carefully 
prepared advertisement of his journal, is always taken by the publishers of the Directory 
as an encouraging expression of interest and good-will. 

Such orders are solicited and earnestly desired. Without the advertisements the book 
would be less than complete. 

Among advertisers this book is the standard authority. Its advertising pages are con- 
sulted and referred to because they contain information beyond the range contemplated in the 
short descriptions given in the body of the work. 

In addition to all which has been indicated as forming the 
contents of the envelope which conveyed the application for 
information, there was a blank order to be used by such as sent 
an advertisement and a post-paid envelope addressed to the pub- 
lish'ers of the Directory in which all that was to be said in 
answer might be returned by post. 



XXXll 



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FAC-SIMII.E REPRODUCTION 



from the revise books of the 1890 edition of the American Newspaper Directory, showirig 
the large number of changes made annually in newspapers. 



PREFACE. xxxiii 



Most persons do not have any adequate idea of the amount 
of work involved in the annual revision of the American News- 
paper Directory, in some quarters the opinion has prevailed 
that few changes are made, and that for all practical purposes 
one year's edition is the same as another. The photographic 
reproduction which appears on the opposite page shows just 
how much revising is necessary. Journalism is one of the most 
changeable fields in the world, and constant care has to be 
exercised to keep track of all the new papers that spring up as 
well as the old ones that discontinue publication. 

The applications for information, which have been here de- 
scribed in detail, were mailed from the New York Post Office on 
Monday, October 20th, 1890. There were 16,700 of them. 
Each envelope contained seven separate circulars or pieces, as 
has been indicated. Some of the inclosures were necessarily dif- 
ferent for each State and for each class. It required the exercise 
of great care to insure the inclosure of the Blue, the Yellow, the 
Green and the Pink slips to the right papers. The preparation 
of the needed inclosures for these 16,700 envelopes involved the 
printing of 150 different forms of circulars, 59 being required for 
the lists of States, Territories and Provinces, and 91 for the 
different sets of Class papers, such as Agriculture, Architecture 
Army and Navy. Art, Bee Culture and .so on down to Under- 
takers' (ioods. Woman Suffrage, and Young People. Each of 
these separate circulars varied in contents from one to sixteen 
pages. 

Twenty-two years of experience in publishing the Directory 
had shown that publishers who fail to respond do not do so from 
accident or inadvertence but from deliberate intention: and that 
a failure to obtain a detailed circulation report is not likely to be 
remedied by correspondence. 

This view having been expressed in the application of Octo- 
ber 20th, and a statement there made that no second application 
would be sent, it was not necessary to communicate with any 
publisher a second time unless he asked a question that 
required an answer. Further communications were therefore 
restricted to the department having charge of the advertising 
pages. The actual number of orders for advertising which have 
received for this issue is 4.073. Every advertising order 
nsisted upon any variation from the conditions of th*" 
,(orm was declined. No special positions in the book 



xxxiv PREFACE. 



were (or ever have been) sold. An offer of five thousand dol- 
lars for the insertion of forty-two words in italic type, after the 
description of a New York paper, in the body of the 1890 edition, 
was declined. 

Notwithstanding the fact that but one application for infor- 
mation was made, 6,134 reports were received. 

By actual count it is found that a report of actual issues for 
a full year have been furnished for 337 publications, 993 have 
given a detailed report of actual issues for a period of three 
months or more, from 4,396 the information concerning circula- 
tion in some way failed to be satisfactory, and from 745 assist- 
ance was furnished on other points, but the circulation question 
was ignored. 

The various classes of circulation reports sent in are desig- 
nated in the book : those reporting circulation for three months 
are marked with three asterisks (***) : those reporting for a 
full year have that fact plainly stated and the exact average 
circulation given in numerals. Reports not in detail or which 
were in any way unsatisfactory are marked with two asterisks 
{**) and those which ignored the circulation question are 
marked with one asterisk (*). 

The Directory is issued annually. The work upon its 
revision proceeds all the time. Advertisers, Publishers and the 
public are entreated to lend their 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 opinion of Advertisers and Publishers. 



\ 
\ 



N ewspaper Statistics. 



Since the last issue of the Directory, April ist, 1890, the 
number of new newspaper ventures recorded has outnumbered 
the suspensions and failures to such extent as to show a net 
increase of 1,613, which is a greater increase by 960 than was 
recorded the preceding year. 

The total number of periodical publications now issued in 
the United States and Canada is 19,373. 

In frequency of issue they are divided as follows : 

1 . Weekly i ,coo 

2. Monthly 2,625 

3- l^aily 1,791 

4. Semi- Monthly 327 

5. Semi-Weekly 238 

6. Quarterly iSo 

7. Bi-Weekly 90 

8. Bi-Monthly 76 

9. Tri-Weekly 46 

Total 19,373 

The increase within the year has been distributed among 
all the Classes. 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 

The geographical distribution of the 19,373 periodicals is as 
stated below : 

1. New York i,95^ 

2. Illinois ^,714 

3. Pennsylvania i,357 

4. Ohio 1 5 139 

5. Iowa 878 

6. Missouri 849 

7. Dominion of Canada 837 

8. Kansas 765 

9. Indiana 698 

10. Michigan 690 

1 1. Massachusetts 655 

12. Nebraska 610 

13. California 568 

14. Texas 542 

15. Wisconsin 529 

1 6. Minnesota ;':•/. .... .... 476 



36 NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 

17. New Jersey 353 

18. Georgia 291 

19. Kentucky 280 

20. Colorado 276 

21. Tennessee 262 

22. Virginia 262 

23. South Uaicota 256 

24. Connecticut 207 

25. North Carolina 205 

26. Maryland 200 

27. Arkansas 198 

28. Washington 194 

29. Alabama 180 

30. Maine 175 

31. Louisiana 173 



J 



2. 



Mississippi 163 

7,7,. New Hampshire 152 

34. West Virginia 152 

35. Oregon 146 

36. South Carolina 126 

37. North Dakota 125 

38. Florida 122 

39. Vermont Si 

40. Montana 70 

41. Rhode Island 66 

42. District of Columbia 65 

43- Utah 51 

44. New Mexico 47 

45. Idaho 46 

46. Delaware 39 

47. Wyoming 35 

48. Arizona 34 

49. Oklahoma 30 

50. Nevada 25 

51. Indian Ter iS 

5 2. Alaska 3 

Total 19,373 

The States which do not show an increase in the number of 

papers published are Kansas, Massachusetts, Vermont and the 

District of Columbia. Wisconsin remains the same as last year. 
New York, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa and Missouri 

each publish more pa])ers than are issued in all of British North 

America. 

A SEARCH AFTER TRUTH. 

In issuing the initial volume of the American Newspaper 
Directory in the year 1869, its publishers were the first to 
undertake to ascertain and rate the editions (the circulation) of 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 37 



the newspapers. This year for the fifth time they have pre- 
pared an exhaustive analysis of the circulation reports, for the 
purpose of exhibiting a comprehensive view of the result; thereby 
furnishing- data for an intelligent discussion of the comparative 
accuracy of the compilation. 

The various tables which follow may be regarded as so many 
photographs taken from different standpoints. By an exami- 
nation of them it is believed that the entire good faith and sub- 
stantial accuracy of the compilation will be made apparent. 

In fixing the rating to be accorded, to each paper, by the 
Directory, its publishers have adopted a plan of arranging 
every publication under some one of the twenty-five Classes in- 
dicated by the following Key : 

THE KEY. 

Class. Description. Rating. 

1. Exceeding one hundred and fifty thousand, A 2 

2. Exceeding one hundred thousand, A i 

3. Exceeding seventy-five thousand, B 2 

4. Exceeding fifty thousand B i 

5. Exceeding thirty-seven thousand five hundred, C 2 

6. Exceeding twenty-five thousand, C i 

7. Exceeding twenty-two thousand five hundred, D 2 

8. Exceeding twenty thousand, D i 

9. Exceeding seventeen thousand five hundred, E 2 

10. Exceeding fifteen thousand, E i - 

11. Exceeding twelve thousand five hundred, F 2 

12. Exceeding ten thousand, F i 

13. Exceeding seven thousand five hundred, G 2 

14. Exceeding five thousand, G i 

15. Exceeding four thousand, H 2 

16. Exceeding three thousand, H i 

17. Exceeding two thousand five hundred, I 2 

18. Exceeding two thousand, I i 

19. Exceeding one thousand five hundred, J 2 

20. Exceeding one thousand, J 1 

21. Exceeding seven hundred and fifty K 3 

22. Exceeding five hundred, ' K i 

23. Exceeding two hundred and fifty L 2 

24. Circulation nominal E i 

25. In doubt, X 

In the 25th Class is placed every new Newspaper ; every one 
which for any reason was not named in the preceding edition of 
the Directory; every paper intended for gratuitous circulation ; 
every paper which does not insert advertisements ; and, finally, 
every paper about which such conflicting reports reached the 
Directory Office that the Editor found himself unable to arrive at 
an intelligent opinion as to what should be its circulation rating. 

If it is known how many people there are in the country, how 
many persons constitute a family, and how many newspapers or 



as 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



periodicals the average family buys ; and if it is found that the 
sum of the estimates of the issues of all as given in the Direct- 
ory foot up a number which approximately corresponds, it may 
then be concluded that an approach to accuracy in circulation 
ratings has been made. 

The circulation of a newspaper, the number of copies printed 
or sold, varies with each issue, and therefore cannot be stated 
with mathematical exactness : yet, if an account is kept of the 
actual issues for a month, quarter or year, and the total sum 
divided by the number of issues noted, a correct average will 
be obtained. 

It will be observed that the circulation ratings as given by 
the Key are only approximate. For instance, the rating " J i " m- 
dicates an average issue exceeding i,ooo copies, while " J 2 " indi- 
cates more than 1,500 copies ; consequently a paper issuing 1,001 
copies, and another issuing 1,449 copies, would each be rated 
' J I," and so also through all the Classes. It follows that the 
paper marked "A i," may print 149,999 copies. It will also be 
observed that no higher rating than " A 2 " is given, although it is 
known that there are several publications that issue more than 
250,000. For the purposes of the calculations which follow, th 
ratings are taken at the minimum figure given in the Key, and 
the 24th Class, "circulation nominal," is counted with the 
23d at 250 copies each issue. The 25th Class, composed 
mainly of new papers, is put in at 500 copies each, a figure 
which approximates one-fourth the average issue of the twenty- 
four Classes which precede it ; that being believed to be about 
a fair comparative estimate. 

On this basis it is found that the total issue of a single edi- 
tion of all the publications catalogued is 48,856,500 copies, and 
the -average edition 2,522 copies. The average edition in 1890 
was found to be 2,338 copies and 2,034 copies in 1889. 



THE SEPARATE GROUPS COUNTED. 

The number assigned to each group is as follows : 



Class. 

1 . . 

2 . . 

3-- 
4. . 

5-- 
6.. 

7-- 















Mum 


ber of 


Papers 




Description. 








in 


each Class. 




50,000 


copies 


each 


issue 


has. . . 




32 


publ 


cations. 


00,000 














38 






75,000 














31 






50,000 














60 






37,500 














6r 






25,000 














I n 






22,500 














63 







NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



3» 





« 






Number of Papers 


Class. 


Description. 






In each class. 


8... 


. 20,000 copies e 


ach 


issue 


has . , . 


74 publications. 


9... 


• 17,500 








. 83 


TO. . . 


. i5»ooo 








. 84 


II... 


. 12,500 








. 117 


12 . . . 


. 10,000 " 








. 165 


13.. . 


• 7,500 








• 275 


14... 


. 5,000 








. .;62 


15... 


4,000 " 








. . 481 " 


16... 


. 3,000 








• 563 


17... 


• 2,500 








•• 596 


18... 


2,000 " 








. . 729 


19... 


. 1,500 " 








• 1,417 


20 . . . 


1,000 " 








. 2,426 


21 . . . 


750 " 








• 2,501 


22 . . . 


500 " 








. 2,910 


23... 


250 








• 2,554 


24... 


250 








• 311 


25... 


500 " 








. 3,229 




Total . 


. . . 




■ ■ • . • 


•f9,373 



THE SEPARATE GROUPS ARRANGED. 

Or, if arranged in accordance with a plan of putting the 
largest Class first, it is found that — 



6,139 publications ^^e 


classed 


as 


issuing 500 


copies re 


gularly. 


2,865 








a 


250 


u 


it 


2,501 ' 








u 


750 


11 


u 


2,426 








(( 


1,000 


(< 


i( 


1,417 ' 








a 


1,500 


11 


a 


729 








a 


2,000 


u 


a 


596 








u 


2,500 


t( 


a 


563 








a 


3,000 


u 


a 


481 








i( 


4,000 


<< 


(i 


462 ' 








a 


5,000 


a 


a 


275 








a 


7,500 


a 


t< 


165 








<< 


10,000 


u 


a 


117 








a 


12,500 


i< 


a 


III ' 








i( 


25,000 


a 


a 


84 








i( 


15,000 


(( 


a 


83 








u 


17,500 


n 


(( 


74 








ti 


20,000 


<< 


a 


63 








i( 


22,500 


u 


a 


61 








a 


37,500 


<( 


a 


60 








n 


50,000 


u 


a 


3^ 








(I 


100,000 


n 


a 


32 








li 


150,000 


a 


(( 


31 








a 


75,000 


u 


a 



19,373— Total. 



40 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



It will be observed that out of a total number of 19,373 pub- 
lications 11,505, or nearly two-thirds of the whole, are rated 
as having an average issue of less than 1,000 copies. Of this 
multitude of small newspapers, nearly one-half are issued on what 
is known as the co-operative plan : a sheet already printed on 
one side being furnished from a central office, and upon the 
blank side of this the publisher prints the local matter which is 
expected and required of the home paper. Some of these papers 
have weekly issues running up into thousands, and it is an undis- 
puted fact that the plan makes possible a local newspaper of 
considerable excellence, in communities which would not other- 
wise be able to supply sufficient patronage to support a publica- 
tion wholly manufactured at home. 



EXCEEDING ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND. 

The number of periodicals rated as issuing regularly more 
than one hundred thousand copies is larger by fifteen than in 
the last issue of the Directory. The following is a complete 
catalogue of them : 



New Haven, Conn., 
Washington, D. C, 

Atlanta, Ga., 
Chicago, Til., 



Augusta, Me., 



Portland, Me., 
Boston, Mass., 



Lynn, Mass., 
Springfield, Mass., 
Detroit, Mich., 
Minneapolis, Minn., 
St. Louis, Mo., 
Elmira, N. Y., 



Household Pilot. 

National Tribune. 

Home Magazine. 

Constitution (Weekly edition). 

Inter-Ocean (Weekly edition). 

News (Daily edition). 

Saturday Blade. 

World Wide Missions. 

Vickery's Fireside Visitor. 

Comfort. 

Daughters of America. 

Golden Moments. 

Sunshine. 

Practical Housekeeper and Ladies' 

Fireside Companion. 
Globe (Daily edition). 
Globe (Sunday edition). 
Herald (Daily edition). 
Herald (Sunday edition). 
Yankee Blade. 
Youth's Companion. 
Home Cheer. 
Farm and Home, 
Free Press (Weekly edition). 
Housekeeper. 
Hustler. 
Telegram. 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



41 



New York, N. Y., 



Rochester, N. Y., 
Utica, N. Y., 
Springfield, O., 

Toledo, O., 
Harrisburg, Pa., 
Philadelphia, Pa., 



Morning Journal (Daily edition). 

News (Daily edition). 

Sun (Daily). 

Sun (Sunday edition). 

World (Morning). 

World (Evening). 

World (Sunday). 

World (Weekly edition). 

Catholic News. 

Family Story Paper. 

Fireside Companion. 

National Police Gazette. 

Sunday Mercury. 

Once a Week. 

Puck. 

Voice. 

Weekly. 

American Agriculturist. 

Century Magazine. 

Delineator. 

Harper's New Magazine. 

Housewife. 

Ladies' World. 

Metropolitan. 

People's Home Journal. 

Sunday School Journal. 

American Rural Home. 

Saturday Globe. 

Farm and Fireside. 

Ladies' Home Companion. 

Blade (Weekly edition). 
Telegram. 

Evening Item (Daily edition). 
Item (Sunday edition). 
Record (Daily edition). 
Golden Days. 
Saturday Night. 
Sunday School Times. 
Farm Journal. 
Ladies' Home Journal. 
Lippincott's Magazine. 
.Munyon's Magazine. 
.\dvanced Quarterly. 
Scholars' Quarterly. 



42 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



THE TOTAL ISSUE OF THE SEPARATE GROUPS. 

In the following table the groups or Classes of circulations 
are arranged in the relative order of their total issues : 

including 32 papers has 4,800,000 



I. 


ine 


150,000 


Lia 


2 




100,000 


ii 


3 




500 


a 


4 




50,000 


a 


5 




25,000 


(I 


6 




1,000 


<< 


7 




75,000 


a 


8 




5,000 


u 


9 




37,500 


<( 


10 




1,500 


ti 


1 1 




7,500 


a 


12 




4,000 


ii 


13 




750 


a 


14 




3,000 


a 


15 




10,000 


'i 


16 




2,500 


n 


17 




20,000 


u 


18 




12,500 


a 


19 




2,000 


a 


20 




17,500 


u 


21 




22,500 


a 


22 




15,000 


a 


23 




250 


a 



a 


38 ' 




3,800,000 


u 


6,139 ' 




3,069,500 


n 


60 ' 




3,000,000 


ii 


ITI ' 




2,775,000 


ii 


2,426 ' 




2,426,000 


ii 


31 ' 




2,325,000 


ii 


462 ' 




2,310,000 


ii 


61 ' 




2,287,500 


ii 


1,417 




2,125,500 


ii 


275 ' 




2,062,500 


ii 


481 




1,924,000 


ii 


2,501 




1,875,750 


it 


563 ' 




1,689,000 


it 


165 ' 




1,650,000 


ii 


596 ' 




1,490,000 


ii 


74 ' 




1,480,000 


ii 


117 ' 




1,462,500 


ii 


729 ' 




1,458,000 


ii 


83 ' 




1,452,500 


ii 


63 ' 




1,417,500 


ii 


84 ' 




1,260,000 


ii 


2,865 ' 




835,250 



Totals T9,373 



48,856,500 



THE SEPARATE GROUPS COMPARED. 

In the four Classes printing more than 50,000 copies there 
are 161 papers havmg a total issue of 13,925,000, which is more 
than one-fourth of the total issue of 48,856,500. 

To reach one-half of all the readers, it will only be necessary 
to add the 476 papers which print more than 15,000, but not 
as many as 50,000 each issue : it will then be found that 637 
papers are used and 24,597,500 circulation secured. 

If we now take 2,659 papers rated between 2,500 and 12,500, 
inclusive, we shall find that 3,396 papers give 37,185,500, which 
is rather more than three-fourths of the total issue of all ; and 
that to reach the remaining fourth of the readers (11,671,000), 
it will be necessary to appeal to them through 16,077 papers with 
issues ranging from 250 to 2,000 copies. 

It will be plain that if the readers of these papers are divided 
into four sets, that to reach all the first set an advertise- 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 43 

ment will have to be put in type only i6i times, while to 
reach the fourth set, consisting of a smaller number of people, 
the advertisement must be put in type 16,077 times, nearly 
100 to I. Or, in other words : To reach more than one-fourth 
of all American newspaper readers they may be addressed through 
161 publications; to reach one-half, 637 publications must be 
used ; by using 3,396 publications three-fourths of the buyers of 
newspapers may be appealed to, but to reach the other fourth it 
will be necessary to address them through 16,077 different peri- 
odical publications. A consideration of these facts makes it plain 
that papers of small, cannot compete with those of large issue, in 
the price for advertising space in proportion to circulation on 
contracts for one or a few issues. With the former, the type- 
setting is an important factor to be considered and advertising 
space a secondary consideration ; while with the paper of largest 
issue type-setting goes for nothing and space counts for every- 
thing. 

The following tables show the detailed calculations which 
produce the results set forth above: 

FIRST CLASS. 

;^2 publications print 150,000 copies each, a total of 4,800,000 
38 " " 100,000 " " " 3,800,000 

31 " " 75,000 " " " 2,325,000 

60 " " 50,000 " " " 3,000,000 



161 " having a total issue of 13,925,000 

SECOND CLASS. 

61 publications print 37,500 copies each, a total of 2,287,500 

III " " 25,000 " " " 2,775,000 

63 " " 22,500 " " " 1,417,500 

74 " " 20,000 " " " 1,480,000 

83 « " 17,500 " " " 1,452,500 

84 " " 15,000 " " " 1,260,000 



476 " having a total issue of 10,672,500 

THIRD CLASS. 

117 publications print 12,500 copies each, a total of 1,462,500 

" 10,000 " " " 1,650,000 

" 7,500 " " " 2,062,500 

" 5,000 " " " 2,310,000 

" 4,000 " " " 1,924,000 

" 3,000 " '■■ " 1,689,000 

" 2,500 " " " 1,490,000 



165 




275 




462 




481 




563 




596 





2,659 " having a total issue of 12,588,000 



44 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



FOURTH CLASS. 



729 


pub] 


ications print 


1,417 






2,426 






2,501 






6,139 






2,865 







2,000 copies each, a total of 1,458,000 

2,125,500 
2,426,000 

1,875,750 
3,069,500 

716,250 



i,e;oo 

1,000 

750 
500 
250 



H 
li 
ii 

li 



ii 
a 
a 
a 
li 



16,077 



First Class has 
Second " " 
Third " " 
Fourth " " 

Totals . . . 



having a total issue of 11,671,000 

RECAPITULATED. 

161 papers issuing 13,925,000 copies. 

476 " " 10,672,500 

2,659 " " 12,588,000 

16,077 " " 11,671,000 



a 
ii 
II 



19,373 



48,^56,500 



FREQUENCY OF ISSUE. 

When divided into Classes indicating frequency of issue, it is 

found that the total circulation, 48,856,500 copies, is distributed 

as follows : 

Weekly 26,638,250 

Monthly 11,734,750 

Daily 7,685,000 

Semi-Monthly 1,487,500 

Quarterly 45 i,75o 

Semi-Weekly 434,250 

Bi-Weekly 210,250 

Bi-Monthly 166,250 

Tri-Weekly 48,500 



Total 48,856,500 

COMPARATIVE CIRCULATIONS. 

In the matter of average circulations the papers are found to 
stand as follows • 

I . . . .Semi-Monthly, averaging 4,549 copies each issue. 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

The average of all Classes, as before stated, is found to be 

2,522 copies. 



. . Monthly, ' 


' 4,470 






..Daily, 


4,300 






. . Quarterly, ' 


2,509 






. . Bi-Weekly, 


2,336 






. . Bi-Monthly, ' 


2,188 






. .Weekly, ' 


1,903 






. .Semi-Weekly, ' 


1,824 






. .7'ri-Weekly, 


1,054 







NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



45 



GEOGRAPHICAL OUTPUT OF CIRCULATION. 

Circulations are distributed geographically, each issue, as 
follows • 



New York i 

Pennsylvania 

Illinois 

Massachusetts 

Ohio 

Missouri 

Canada 

Maine 

California 

Michigan 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Minnesota 

Wisconsin 

District of Columbia 

Kansas 

Texas 

Kentucky 

Nebraska 

Georgia 

Tennessee 

New Jersey 

Maryland 

Connecticut 

New Hampshire 

Colorado 

Virginia 

Louisiana 

North Carolina 

Oregon 

Alabama 

Arkansas 

Washington 

Rhode Island 

South Dakota 

West Virginia 

South Carolina 

Mississippi 

Vermont 

North Dakota 

Florida 

Montana 

Utah 

Delaware 

New Mexico 

Wyoming 



2,196 

5,537 
4,292 

3,242 
2,916 
2,172 
1,967 

1,434 
1,190 
1,188 
1,049 

997 

979 
911 

(61 

650 

6i3 
607 

60 r 
570 
515 
447 
434 
426 
283 

275 
268 

227 

21 1 

193 

180 

174 
164 

157 

M5 

129 

117 

IT2 

80 
78 

73 
(>?> 

57 
28 
21 



500 
250 
500 
500 
250 
000 

750 

750 
?5o 

000 

250 

coo 

000 

250 
250 
250 

000 

500 

coo 
250 

750 
250 

000 

750 
500 

000 

250 
250 

750 

000 

750 
500 

000 

500 
5C0 
500 

000 
500 

750 
250 

250 

000 

500 

750 
250 

000 



46 . NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 

Idaho ) 9,000 

Arizona 18,250 

Nevada 1 6,000 

Oklahoma 16,000 

Indian Ter 1 1,500 

Alaska 2,750 

Total 48,856,500 

By the last table it is seen that New York prints nearly a 
quarter of all the periodicals which are sold, and Pennsyl- 
vania, Illinois and Massachusetts print more than another quarter 
of all. 

Ohio, Missouri, Maine, Michigan, California, Indiana, Iowa 
and Canada, all together print but few more papers than the 
State of New York ; while Minnesota, Wisconsin, District of 
Columbia, Kansas, Texas, Kentucky, Nebraska, Georgia, Ten- 
nessee, New Jersey, Maryland, Connecticut, New Hampshire, 
Colorado, Virginia, Louisiana, North Carolina, Oregon, Ala- 
bama, Arkansas, Washington, Rhode Island, South Dakota, West 
Virginia, South Carolina, Mississppi, Vermont, North Dakota, 
Florida, Montana, Utah, Delaware, New Mexico, Wyoming, 
Idaho, x\rizona, Nevada, Oklahoma, Indian Territory and 
Alaska do not, all told, print so many as are issued in New York 
State alone. 

AVERAGE ISSUE BY STATES. 

The average circulations of each issue of the periodicals in 
each geographical division is found to be as follows : 

District of Columbia io>i73 

Maine 8,199 

New York 6,229 

Massachusetts 4)95° 

Pennsylvania 4,080 

Ohio . 2,560 

Missouri ■. 2,558 

Illinois 2,504 

Rhode Island 2,386 

Canada 2,35 1 

Maryland 2,170 

Kentucky 2,155 

California 2,096 

Connecticut 2,062 

Minnesota 2,055 

Tennessee 1,969 

Georgia 1,960 

New Hampshire 1,865 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



Wisconsin 1J23 

Michigan 1,722 

Indiana ii503 

Delaware 1,481 

Vermont 1,392 

Oregon ' 1,322 

Louisiana 1,3^4 

New Jersey 1,267 

Utah 1,245 

Iowa 1,135 

Texas 1,131 

Montana 1,043 

North Carolina 1,033 

South Carolina 1,024 

Virginia 1,024 

Alabama i ,004 

Colorado 996 

Nebraska 985 

Alaska 917 

Arkansas 881 

West Virginia 878 

Kansas 850 

Washmgton 845 

Mississippi 721 

North Dakota 642 

Florida 641 

Nevada 640 

Indian Territory 639 

New Mexico 601 

Wvominij 600 

South Dakota 568 

Arizona 537 

Oklahoma 533 

Idaho 413 

THE TOTAL YEARLY ISSUE. 

To ascertain the total number of papers issued in a whole 

year, the number of each sort put forth at a single issue is mul- 
tiplied by the number of issues in a year, and the result is as 
follows : 

7,685,000 Daily x 312 issues gives a total of 2,397,720,000 

26,638,250 Weekly x 52 " '* " 1,385,189,000 

I IJ34, 750 Monthly x 12 " " " 140,817,000 

434,250 S.-\\'eekly x 104 " " " 45,162,000 

1,487,500 S. -Monthly x 24 " " " 35,700,000 

48,500 Tri-Weekly x 156 " " " 7,566.000 

210,250 Bi-Weekly x 26 •' " " 5,466,500 

45 1J50 Quarterly x 4 " " " 1,807,000 

166,250 Bi-Monthly x 6 " " " 997,500 

Total 4,020,425,000 



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NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



EXCEEDING 25,000 COPIES. 

The number of publications having circulations exceeding' 
25,000 copies is 333, an increase of 59 since last year, and are 
distributed as follows : 



New York 110 

Pennsylvania 45 

nilnois 26 

Massachusetts 25 

Missouri 24 

Ohio 21 

Maine .11 

California 10 

Canada 10 

Michigan 9 

District of Columbia 7 

Minnesota 5 

Wisconsin 5 

Indiana 4 



Georgia 3 

Iowa 3 

Kentucliy 3 

Maryland 2 

Nebraska 2 

Tennessee 

Connecticut 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

Oregon 

Rhode Island 

Texas 

Total 333 



EXCEEDING 25,000 COPIES EACH ISSUE. 

The following is a complete list of all the papers so rated 



San Francisco, Ca)., 



New Haven, Ct., 
Washington, D. C, 



Atlanta, Ga.. 

Savannah, Ga., 
Cliicago, 111., 



Fulton, 111., 
Indianapolis, Ind., 

Mishawaka, Ind.. 
Muncie, Ind., 
Decorah, Iowa, 
Des Moines, Iowa, 
Louisville, Ky., 



Augusta, Me., 



Chronicle (Daily edition). 

Chronicle (Weekly edition). 

Chronicle (Sunday edition). 

Evening Post (Daily edition). 

Examiner (Daily edition). 

Examiner (Sunday edition). 

Examiner (Weekly edition). 

Morning Call (Daily edition). 

Morning Call (Sunday edition). 

Report (Daily edition). 

Household Pilot. 

Evening Star. 

National Democrat. 

National Economist. 

National Tribune. 

Home Magazine. 

National Illustrated Magazine. 

U. S. OfHcial Postal Guide. 

Constitution (Weekly edition). 

Southern Farm. 

Old Homestead. 

Evening Journal (Daily edition). 

Evening Post. 

Herald (Daily edition). 

Herald (Sunday edition). 

InterOcean (Daily edition). 

Inter Ocean (Weekly edition). 

Inter Ocean (Sunday edition). 

Mail. 

News (Daily edition). 

News (Weekly edition). 

Times (Daily edition). 

Times (Weekly edition). 

Tribune. 

Express. 

Farm, Field and Stockman. 

Interior. 

Ledger. 

Occident. 

Orange Judd Farmer. 

Prairie Farmer. 

Saturday Blade. 

Svenska Tribunen. 

XJnion Signal. 

World Wide Missions. 

Echo. 

Indiana State Sentinel (Weekly editiont. 

Agricultural Epitomist. 

Power and Transmission. 

Farmers' Record. 

Posten. 

Iowa State Register (Weekly edition). 

Courier-Journal (Weekly edition). 

Times. 

Home and Farm. 

Illustrated Happy Hours. 

Vickery's Fireside Visitor. 

Comfort. 

Daughters of America. 

Golden Moments. 

Hearth and Home. 

Illustrated Family Herald. 

Sunshine. 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



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Portland, Me., 

Baltimore, Md., 
Boston, Mass., 



Lynn, Mass., 
Springfield, Mass., 

Detroit, Mich., 



Lyons, Mich., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

St. Paul, Minn., 
Kansas City, Mo., 



St. Louis, Mo., 



Omaha, Neb., 
Manchester, N. H., 
Little Silver, N. J., 
Albany, N. Y., 

Buffalo, N. Y., 



Elmlra, N. Y., 

New York, N. Y., 



Our Home and Fireside M-agazlne. 

People's Illustrated Journal. 

Practical Housekeeper and Ladles' Fireside Companion. 

American (Sunday edition). 

Morning Herald (Daily edition). 

Evening Record. 

Globe (Daily edition). 

Globe (Sunday edition). 

Herald (Daily edition). 

Herald (Sunday edition). 

Journal (Morning and Evening). 

Golden Rule. 

Pilot. 

Republic. 

Yankee Blade. 

Youth's Companion. 

American Teacher. 

Babyland. 

Home. 

Household. 

Household Companion. 

Household Monthly. 

Knights of Honor Reporter. 

Popular Educator. 

Wide Awake. 

Working Boy. 

Home Cheer. 

New England Homestead. 

Farm and Home. 

Evening News (Daily edition). 

News (Sunday edition). 

Sun (Sunday edition). 

Free Press (Daily edition). 

Free Press (Weekly edition). 

Tribune (Sunday edition). 

Tribune (Weekly edition). 

Sunday World. 

Patrons' Guide. 

Journul. 

Tribune (Dailj' edition). 

Housekeeper. 

Globe (Sunday edition). 

National Reporter System. 

Journal (Sunday edition). 

Journal and Agriculturist (Weekly edition). 

Star (Daily edition). 

Times (Sunday edition). 

Times (Weekly edition). 

Amerika (Weekly edition). 

Evening Chronicle. 

Evening Star Sayings (Daily edition). 

Star Sayings (Sunday edition). 

Globe-Democrat (Daily edition). 

Globe Democrat (Sunday edition). 

Globe-Democrat (Weekly edition). 

Republic (Daily edition). 

Republic (Sunday edition). 

Republic (Weekly edition). 

Christian Advocate. 

Critic. 

Journal of Agriculture. 

Sporting News. 

Home Circle. 

Home, Farm and Factory and Live-Stock Journal . 

Hustler. 

Medical Brief. 

Word and Works. 

Bee (Weekly edition). 

Mirror and Farmer. 

Orchard and Garden. 

Journal (Weekly edition). 

Sunday Telegram. 

Evening News (Daily edition). 

Illustrated Express (Sunday edition). 

Times (Dally edition). 

Tidings. 

Telegram. 

Herald (Daily edition). 

Mail and Express (Daily edition). 

Morning Journal (DaUy edition). 

Morning Journal (Sunday edition). 

News (Dally edition). 

News (Sunday edition). 

New Yorker Herold. 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung (Dally edition). 

Sonntagsblatt der Staats-Zeitung (Sunday edition). 

New Yorker Tages-Nachrlchten (Daily edition I. 

Sonntags Nachrichten (Sunday edition). 

New Yorker Zeltung (Daily). 

New Yorker Revue und Beobachter am Hudson (Sunday edition). 

Brass (Dally edition). 

Press (Sunday edition). 

Sun (Morning edition). 

Evening Sun (Evening edition). 



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NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



New York, N. Y., 



Rochester, N. Y., 

Troy, N. Y., 
Utica, N. Y., 
Akron, O., 
Cincinnati, O., 



Sun (Weekly edition). 

Sun (Sunday edition). 

Times (Daily edition). 

Times (Sunday edition). 

Times (Weekly edition). 

Tribune (Daily edition). 

Tribune (Weekly edition). 

Tribune (Sunday edition). 

World (Morning edition). 

Evening World (Evening edition). 

World (Weekly edition). 

World (Sunday edition). 

American Analyst. 

Argosy. 

Boys of New York. 

Catholic News. 

Christian Advocate. 

Christian Herald and Signs of our Times. 

Christian Union. 

Family Story Paper. 

Fireside Companion. 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. 

Golden Hours. 

Golden Weekly. 

Harper's Bazar. 

Harper's Weekly. 

Harper's Young People. 

Hebrew Standard. 

Irish World and American Industrial Liberator. 

Judge. 

Katholisehes Volksblatt. 

Ledger. 

Life. 

National Police Gazette. 

Once a Week. 

Puck. 

Rural New Yorker. 

Scientific American (Weekly edition). 

Sunday Mercury (Sunday edition). 

Texas Siftings. 

Town Topics. 

Voice. 

Weekly. 

Witness. 

Church Record. 

Der Auswanderer. 

American Agriculturist 

American Hoiisekeeping. 

American Missionary. 

Belford's Magazine. 

Cassell's Family Magazine. 

Century Magazine. 

Cosmopolitan. 

Current Literature. 

Delineator. 

Demorest's Illustrated Magazine. 

Domestic Monthl.v. 

Drake's Magazine. 

Frank Leslie's Budget. 

Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours. 

Frank Leslie's Popular Montlily. 

Harper's New Magazine. 

Home Maker. 

Home Missionary. 

Household Companion. 

Housewife. 

Illustrated Companion. 

Ladies' World. 

L'Art de la Mode. 

Metropolitan. 

Mme. Deniorest Fashion Journal. 

North American Review. 

Our Country Home. 

Outing. 

People's Home Journal. 

Puck's Library. 

Quiver. 

St. Nicholas. 

Scribner's Magazine. 

Season. 

Sunday School Journal. 

Teacher. 

Teacher's Institute and Practical Teacher. 

American Rural Home. 

Northern Budget. 

Saturday Globe. 

American Farm News. 

Gazette (Weekly edition). 

Enquirer (Dail.y edition). 

Enquirer (Weekly edition). 

Post. 

Times-Star (Dally edition). 

Times (Weekly edition I. 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 



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Cincinnati, O., 
Cleveland, O., 

Columbus, O., 

Dayton, O., 
Springfield, O., 



Toledo, O., 
Portland, Ore., 
Harrlsburg, Pa., 
Meadvllle, Pa., 
Philadelphia, Pa., 



Pittsburgh, Pa., 



Willlamsport, Pa., 
Providence, R. I., 
Memphis, Tenii., 
Nashville, Tenn., 
Dallas, Tex., 
Milwaukee, Wis., 



Racine, Wis., 
Hamilton, Ont. 
Toronto, Ont., 



Montreal P. Q., 



American Grange Bulletin. 

Christian Standard. 

Press. 

Ohio Practical Farmer. 

Union Gospel News. 

American Farmer. 

Brotherliood of Locomotive Engineers' Journal. 

Olilo Waisenfreund. 

City and Country. 

Farmers' Home. 

Beacon. 

Farm and Fireside. 

Ladies' Home Companion. 

Blade (Weekly edition). 

West Shore. 

Telegram. 

Chautauqiian. 

Call (Daily edition). 

Evening Item (Daily edition). 

Item (Weekly edition). 

Item (Sunday edition). 

Inquirer. 

News (Dally edition). 

North American. 

Press (Daily edition). 

Press (Sunday edition). 

Press (Weekly edition). 

Public Ledger. 

Record (Daily edition). 

Record (Sunday edition). 

Times (Daily edition). 

Times (Sunday edition). 

Golden Days. 

Guardian Angel. 

Journal of the Knights of Labor. 

Practical Farmer. 

Saturday Evening Post. 

Saturday Night. 

Sporting Life. 

Sunday School Times. 

Our Young People. 

Agents' Herald. 

Baptist Teacher. 

Farm Journal. 

Home Queen. 

Ladies' Home Journal. 

Llppincott's Magazine. 

Munyon's Magazine. 

Parlor and Kitchen. 

Peterson's Magazine. 

Advanced Quaiterly. 

Scholars' Quarterly. 

Commercial Gazette (Daily edition). 

CJommerciai Gazette (Weekly edition). 

Dispatch (Daily edition). 

Dispatch (Sunday edition). 

Press (Daily eiiition). 

Times. 

National Stockman and Farmer. 

Pennsylvania Grit. 

Evening Bulletin. 

Appeal Avalanche (Weekly edition). 

Christian Advocate. 

Southern Mercury. 

Deutsche Warte (Semi-Weekly edition). 

Germania. 

Der Haus und Bauernfreund. 

Acker und Gartenbau Zeitnug. 

Wisconsin Agriculturist. 

International Roj;al Templar. 

Mail (Weekly edition). 

Truth. 

Canadian Queen. 

Ladies' .Journal. 

Star (Dailv edition). 

Family Herald and Star (Weekly edition). 

Witness (Weekly edition). 

Northern Messenger. 

Presbyterian Record. 



COMPARISONS. 

Of all publications the weekly is most popular ; the monthly 
stands ne.xt in public favor and the daily comes third ; to 
show the comparison more in detail, it may be stated that 
nearly seventy-five per cent, of all the periodicals issued appear 
weekly ; thirteen per cent, appear monthly ; over nine per cent 



52 NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 

appear daily : and all the semi-weekly, tri-weekly, bi-weekly, 
semi-monthly, bi-monthly and quarterly publications combined 
amount to a total of less than five per cent, of the whole. 

When considered not in relation to number of separate 
named publications, but by the comparative total output for a 
single issue, the weekly is still ahead, having nearly fifty-five per 
cent, of the total issue; the monthly is still second, having nearly 
twenty-four per cent. ; the daily continues to be third with 
over fifteen per cent., leaving less than six per cent, of the cir- 
culation to be supplied by the six other Classes, of which about 
three per cent, is made up of the semi-monthlies, consisting 
mainly of Agricultural Publications of exceptionally large issue. 

The table exhibiting total issues of all publications for a 
year shows that daily papers, from their more frequent issues, 
put forth almost sixty per cent, of the whole ; the weeklies 
almost thirty-five per cent, of the whole, leaving the monthlies, 
semi-monthlies, bi-monthlies, quarterlies, with the semi, tri and 
bi-weekly publications, to make up a little less than six per 
cent, of the total issue. 

It will be noticed that New York has the largest number of 
publications, the largest total issue ; but the District of Columbia 
has the largest average issue. 

Illinois is second in the number of publications issued, and 
third in total output : but in average issue ranks eighth. 

Pennsylvania is third in the number of publications issued, 
and second on that of total output, but is fifth in magnitude of 
average issue, being exceeded by Massachusetts, New York, 
Maine and the District of Columbia. 

Iowa, which rates fifth as to number of papers, is twelfth 
on the table of total issues, and twenty-eighth on that of aver- 
age issues ; while Massachusetts, which is eleventh on the list of 
comparative numbers of publications issued, stands fourth in 
that representing the number of copies issued and fourth on that 
of average editions ; New York, Maine and the District of Co- 
lumbia only having larger average editions. The smallest aver- 
age editions are found to be in Kansas, Washington, Mississippi, 
North Dakota, Florida, Indian Territory, New Mexico, Wyoming, 
South Dakota, Arizona, Oklahoma, and Idaho. 

Semi-monthly publications appear to have the largest issue, 
reaching an average of 4,549, next to them come the monthlies 
with an average issue of 4,470. Tri-weeklies have the smallest 



NEWSPAPER STATISTICS. 53 

average editions, 1,054 ; and semi-weeklies come next with an 
average of 1,824. The average issue of the weeklies is 1,903. 

Although the average edition of daily papers is more than 
four thousand (4,300), only 497 dailies are rated above 3,000 
and 1,312 are rated below ; 761 dailies are rated as issuing less 
than a thousand copies and 177 as having not to exceed 500 
regular issues. 

Only two tri-weekly publications in the United States are 
credited with so large an edition as 3,000 subscribers, one being 
rated at 7,500 and the other at 3,000. 

CONCLUSIONS. 

It is believed that the United States and Canada have a total 
of rather more than 67,000,000 of people. Allowing the usual 
estimate of 5 persons to a family, the actual number of families 
may be set down at 13,400,000. We now desire to consider 
the question : How many newspapers, daily, weekly, monthly, 
religious, story or magazine does the average family take ? Some 
take many ; many take none. 

The circulation ratings given in the American Newspaper 
Directory for 1891, figured at their lowest limit, as above set 
forth are found to amount to copies enough to give three yearly 
subscriptions to every five people, including the infant, pauper 
and criminal ; or three separate regular subscriptions to every 
family, throughout the land, and leave a surplus of over eight 
and three-quarter million regular subscriptions to supply those 
who take more than three papers. 

Turning to that page where the calculation is made that the 
annual issue accorded to all the papers published amounts to a 
grand total of 4,020,425,000 in a year — a figure sufficiently large 
to allow of placing 300 copies of some periodica' every year with 
each of the 13,400,000 families which make up the population. 

The issue of 140,817,000 monthlies is more than sufficient to 
give ten copies a year to 13,400,000 families, and would 
indicate that two families out of three take a magazine of some 
sort. 

If the daily papers issue 7,685,000 every day, it is equivalent 
to supplying over one-half of all the families of the country with 
a daily newspaper ; the issues of the weeklies is nearly large 
enough to give two papers regularly to every family. 



One Hundred Dollars Reward 

OFFERED FOR THE DISCOVERY OF 

A Lying Circulation Report. 

The publishers of the American Newspaper Directory 
for three years past have caused three asterisks (***) to be at- 
tached to the circulation ratings, of about one thousand papers, 
which had been fixed in exact accordance with a publisher's 
detailed statement ; and offered a reward of one hundred dol- 
lars for each and every case where a rating so marked could be 
shown to be untrue. The reward was paid in one instance in 
1888, the Waukegan, III, Gazette^ and in one other in 1889, the 
Madison, Wis., Skandinavisk Tribune. Those who carefully 
observe such matters will notice that the ordinary publisher 
refrains from making a circulation statement which can be 
called definite ; but when a publisher does meet the question 
exactly and squarely he almost always tells the absolute truth. 
To have a correct circulation rating in this book costs a pub- 
lisher nothing ; but he may fail to secure it unless he knows and 
will tell, how many copies he prints. In this year's edition of 
the Directory there are nine hundred and ninety-three publi- 
cations, of which the circulation ratings are marked with three 
asterisks (***)j and a Reward of One Hundred Dollars will 
be paid for each and every paper so marked, which shall be 
shown, by such evidence as would be conclusive in a court of 
law, to have secured the rating by an untruthful circulation 
report. 

GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., 
Publishers of the American Newspaper Directory. 



NOTE.— It has sometimes been asserted that statements made In detail and properly 
signed and dated have not received full credence at the office of the Directory. For the 
purpose of testing the sincerity of such charges the publishers of the Directory now offer a 
reward of $25 for every case where it can be shown that a publisher sent in a true detailed 
statement, duly signed and dated, covering a period of three months or more, and the editor 
of the Directory failed to rate his paper lu accordance therewith. 

54 



1891. 



A. TABLE BHOWINa THE NUMBER, AND FREQUENCY OF ISSUE, OF NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 
PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES, DOMINION OF CANADA 
AND NEWFOUNDLAND. 



■? £?• £3 £ £t- 3:2 a 5r- 2"? .~ 

Alabama 13 11 laO .. 7 7 .. 1 180 

Alaska 3 .. .. 3 

Arizona 8 .. .. 25 .. .. 1 .. .. 34 

Arkansas 13 .. 2 167 .. 2 14 .. .. 198 

California 85 .. 16 397 1 7 61 .. 1 568 

Colorado 28 1 2 219 1 1 24 .. .. 276 

Connecticut 35 .. 1 118 6 1 31 1 14 2(J7 

Delaware 5 .. .. 29 .. 1 4 .. .. 39 

District of Columbia 3 . . . . 33 2 1 24 . . 3 65 

Florida 12 2 1 99 .. 1 7 .. .. 122 

Georgia. 22 .. 3 218 1 3 41 .. 3 291 

Idaho 3 .. 3 40 .. .. 46 

Illinois 143 .. 25 1,251 5 M 230 11 15 1,714 

Indian .. 17 .. .. 1 .. .. 18 

Indiana 90 .. 4 505 1 11 81 1 5 693 

Iowa 50 1 10 692 2 9 lOT 2 5 878 

Kansas 41 .. 1 672 ..5 42 1 3 763 

Kentucky 25 2 7 209 1 7 27 1 1 280 

Louisiana, 12 ,. 1 132 2 3 21 2 ... 173 

Maine 15 .. 1 103 3 3 46 ,. 4 175 

Maryland 16 .. .. 137 .. 7 31 2 7 200 

Massachusetts 73 .. 5 3.50 12 13 171 12 19 655 

Michigan 55 2 7 510 2 16 67 .. 1 690 

Minnesota 28 .. 2 3T7 1 10 54 1 3 476 

Mississippi 6 2.. 139 .. 4 11 .. 1 163 

Missouri 78 3 8 620 2 16 . 114 2 6 849 

Montana 12 1 3 48 .. 3 3 .. .. 70 

Nebraska 35 11 538 ,. 7 26 1 1 610 

Nevada 10 ,. .. 15 .. .. 25 

New Hampshire 16 .. 1 104 3 .. 28 .. .. 152 

New Jersey 44 2 3 242 4 6 47 3 2 353 

New Mexico 5 .. .. 40 .. 2 47 

New York 168 2 a5 1,121 12 43 518 18 41 1.958 

North Carolina 19 ..2 152 2 5 21 2 2 205 

North Dakota. 7 .. .. Ill .. .. 7 .. .. 125 

Ohio 119 10 20 785 7 23 157 2 16 1,139 

Oklahoma 5 .. .. 24 .. .. 1 .. .. 30 

Oregon 14 .. 1 116 .. 2 13 ,. .. 146 

Pennj'slvanla 167 3 16 877 9 24 2:38 7 16 1,357 

Rhode Island 9 .. 3 39 2 .. 13 .. .. 66 

South Carolina 6 1 1 100 .. 4 13- .. 1 126 

South Dakota 18 .. 3 221 .. 1 12 1 .. 236 

Tennessee 19 .. 3 199 .. 4 33 1 3 262 

Texas 41 1 7 454 ,.7 30 .. 2 512 

Utah 9 .. 8 19 .. 4 11 .. .. 51 

Vermont 3 .. .. 54 ..2 21 1 .. 81 

Virginia 28 2 7 181 .. 2 40 2 .. 262 

Washington 25 1 1 155 .. 1 10 .. 1 194 

West Virginia. 11 .. 2 126 1 1 10 1 .. 152 

Wisconsin 46 1 3 429 3 9 37 .. 1 529 

Wyoming 5 .. 1 29 .. .. 35 

Total United States 1,700 39 221 13,42<J 85 312 2,506 73 178 18,536 

British Columbia 7 .. .. 8 .. .. 15 

Manitoba 3 .. .. 2^ .. .. 10 .. .. 41 

New Brunswick 7 .. 2 28 ..1 5 .. .. 43 

N. W. Territories 1 .. 1 15 .. .. 17 

Nova Scotia 6 4 2 49 ,. .. 4 .. .. M 

Ontario 42 1 4 .■«i5 1 12 69 1 1 496 

Prince Edward Island 2 .. .. 10 .. .. 12 

Quebec 20 2 6 74 4 2 31 . . 1 140 

'Total Canada 88 7 15 577 5 15 119 1 2 829 

Newfoundland 3 .. 2 3 8 

Grand Total 1,791 46 238 14,000 90 327 2,625 76 180 19,373 

55 



EXPLANATIONS. 



n d tfD'[lpX3'Dt3 These geographical indicators, which 
are placed immediately after the names of the counties, desig- 
nate the relative position of the counties in their respective 
States, Territories or Provinces, the center 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 (f) are from 
the census of 1890; all others are from resident publishers or 
postmasters. 

For key to circulation ratings see inside page of front cover. 

The asterisk is used as follows : 

* Indicates the paper was heard from but was silent on 
the subject of circulation. 

** Some information was given about circulation but not 
in so complete a form as is desirable. 

*** That a complete statement of circulation was fur- 
nished for three months or more, duly signed and dated. The 
correctness of these ratings is guaranteed. 

Small engravings of newspaper buildings on 

lUjSiBi solid metal bodies, occupying space of one inch 

IM1f !«1 "^ length or width, and no more, subject to ap- 

I I'J proval or inspection, are inserted with the descrip- 

I tion of the paper without any charge. 

The Directory is issued annually. The work upon its 
revision proceeds all the time. Advertisers, Publishers and the 
public are entreated to lend their 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 opinion of advertisers and publishers. 



I. 



A CATALOGUE OF PLACES, ARRAKGED ALPHABETICALLY BY STATES 

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



ALABAMA. 



ABBEVILLE, c. li., Henry Co., O, 

575+ pop., 90 ni. S. E. of Montgomery, the 

State capital. Saw and grist mills and 

wagon factory. 

TIMES; Fridays ; independent ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1883; Brit Grouby, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

ALEXANDER CITY, Tallapoosa 

Co., D- 1,000 pop., ou Columbus & Western 

Rd., IS m. from Dadeville, the county seat. 

In a cotton-raising section. 

DISPATCH; Thursdays; farmers' alli- 
ance ; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established ISilO; W. R. Whatley. editor; T. 
S. Christian, publisher. 

ANDALUSIA, c. h., Covington Co., 

9 625 pop., near the Conecuh r., 90 ni. S. of 

Montgomery. Farming and lumbering. 

COVINGTON TIMES; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18.x24; subscription 
$1.50; established 1H84; W. P. Howell, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 

ANNISTON, Calhoun Co., ^ U.OOO 
pop. Has cotton factories, iron, steel and 
brick worlis, rolling and planing mills and 
various manufactories. Trade center for 
cotton and other products. Surrounded 
by coal and iron fields. 

EVENING NEWS; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and NEWS, Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages — dally 15x22", weekly 
11x15; subscription — daily $6, weekly SI; 
established 1885; S. F. & J. H. Nurnielee, 
editors and publishers; clrc'n — dailj' L2, 
weekly K 1. 

HOT HIiAST: every morning except 
Monday, and TIMES, Thursdays; inde- 
pendent ; daily four pages 15x22, weekly 
eight pages; subscription— daily .ST, weekly 
$1; established 1882; Milton A. Smith, editor 
and pul)lisher ; circulation— dally J 2 ■^■f, 
weekly .1 1 ;■:;■;. 

.lUSTICE; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22 ; subscription .§2 ; established 
1880: J. W. Patton and J. K. Bush, editors; 
Justice Publishing Co., publishers. 

.NEWS; (see Ercning ^'etcs.) 

TI.1I ES; ( see Hut Blast.) 

ALABAMA .MEDICAL AND SUR- 
GICAL AGE; monthly; medical: seventy- 
two pages (ixy; subscriptioh .'^2: established 
1889; John C. Le Grand, M.D., editor and i)ub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 



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Aim., Winston Co., [^ (seeHaleysville). 

ASHLAND, c. h., Clay Co., D- 387 pop., 
2.3 m. from Talladega. Mining and agri- 
cultural region. 

CLAY CO. ADVANCE; Fridays: dem- 
ocratic; four pages 17x24; subscription $1; 
established IS8S; M. N. Manning, editor; W. 
D. Jordan, publisher; circulation K 1 ;1;;!:. 

ASHVILLE, c. h., St. Clair Co., t] 

3-25+ pop., on Alabama Great Southern Rd., 

40 m. N. E. of Birmingham and 100 S. E. of 

Chattanooga, Tenn. Numerous saw mills. 

Corn, cotton, tobacco, grain, sorghum, etc., 

are the agricultural products. Coal and 

iron mining district. 

SOUTHERN iEGIS; Thursdays: Inde- 
pendent: eight pages 15x22: subscription $1 ; 
established 1872; George R. Cather, editor; 
Crescent Printing Co.. publishers; clrc'n L 2. 

ATHENS, c. li., Limestone Co., i^ l.Oll 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 195 m. 
N. of Montgomery and 107 S. of Nashville, 
Tenn. Saw and planing mills and cotton 
gins. 

ALABAMA COURIER; Thursdays; 
democratic: four pages 20x26; subscription 
$1.5U; established 18S0 ; Robert M. Rawls, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

ATTALLA, ^<0M;aft Co.,a'2,200r pop., 

on Tennessee and Coosa and Alabama 

Great Southern Rds., 87 m. S. S. W. of 

Chattanooga, Tenn. Iron and coal mining. 

COMET; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages isx24: subscription $1; established 1890; 
.\ttalia Publishing Co., editors and publish- 
ers: circulation Iv 2. 

AVONDALE, Jefferson Co., a 2,000t 

pop. Connected by street railway with 

Birmingham, 2 m. Farming section. 

HERALD; Saturdays; four pages 1S.\24: 
established isss; B. D. Shumate, editor and 
publisher: circulation L 1 ; issues also the 
Birmingham World. 

BAY MINETTE, Baldwin Co.. J2 

5'KJ pop., on Mobile & :Montgomery Rd., '25 
m. from Mobile. Manufacturing and lum- 
ber trade are the chief Industries. 

BALDWIN NEWS AND ADVER- 
TISER; Saturdays: republican; four pages 



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15x2-2; subscription $1; established 1888; D. 
C. Byrne, editor and publisher: circ'n L2. 

AMERICAN PRO«IlESS; semi- 
monthly; independent; four pages l:!x20; 
subscription $1; established 1888; S. J. Boy- 
kin, editor; American Progress Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation J 1 sj;:!:. 

BESSEMER, Jefferson Co., n 3,000 
pop., on Alabama Great Southern, Louis- 
ville & Nashville, Georgia Pacific and 
Kansas City and Memphis Rds., 10 m. from 
Birmingham, the county seat. Has foun- 
dries, four furnaces, machine shops, plan- 
ing, wood and brick mills. Iron and coal 
mining district. 

BESSEi>IER; Saturdays; independent; 

eight pages 15x22 ; subscription $1.50 ; 
established 1887; Wm. H. H. Judson, editor; 
Bessemer Printing and Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation Jl;|;:l::5c. 

JOURNALi ; Thursdays; democratic ; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1888; George H. Davie, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

BIRMINGHAM, c. h., Jefferson Co.. 

D 26,241t pop., on Louisville & Nashville, 
Alabama Great Southern and Georgia 
Pacific Rds., % m. from Montgomery and 
163 from Chattanooga, Tenn. A coal, iron 
and commercial center, and in the midst of 
a thickly populated agricultural district. 

AfiE-HEllAIjD; every morning, and 

H E K. A Li D , Wednesdays; independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription— daily $10, 
Sunday $2, weekly $1 ; established 188?; Age- 
Herald Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion-daily O 2, weekly E 2. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKIiY, Tuesdays; democratic; 
eight pages— dailv 15x24. weekly 19x24; sub- 
scription—daily $.5. weekly $1; established 
—daily 1887, weekly 1888; Daily News Co., 
editors and i)ublishers; circ'n— daily G IH"!^^, 
weekly (J 2 Jls;!;^;:. 

ALABAMA CHRISTIAN ADVO- 
CATE; Thursdays; methodist episcopal, 
south; eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; 
established 1881; J. M. Blason, D.D., editor; 
Wilson Publishing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion G 1 ;i:;I;. 

ALABAMA SENTINEL ; Saturdays; 
labor; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1886; T. H. White, editor; Ala- 
bama Sentinel Publishing Co., publishers; 
circ'n J 1 ; organ of the Knights of Labor. 

AMERICAN BULLETIN; Fridays; 
republican; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1.50; established 1S87; Harri.son & Long, 
editors and publishers; an organ of the 
negro race. 

ANZEIGER DES 8 U DENS; Fri- 
days; German; four pages 22x28; subscription 
$2.25; established ISSO; L. Landsberg, ecfitor; 
Wm. B. Fischer, publisher. 

BAPTIST; Saturdays; baptist; four 

ages 15x22; subscription .50 cents; estab- 
ished 1889; P. T. Male, editor; W. M. Malone, 
publisher. 

DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG; Saturdavs; 
German; <'ight pages 15x22; subscription 
$2; established 1S90; F. Schrank, editor; 
Birminghain Publishing Co., publishers. 

GRAPHIC; Sundays; democratic; four 
pages 15x20; subscription $1..5(); established 
1889; Fred Church, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

HERALD; (see .Age-Herald.) 

LABOR ADVOCATE; Saturdays; 
labor; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1890; Jere Dennis, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

STAR; Saturdays; independent; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
IHSH; Union Printing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation Jl; issue also the East- 



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lake Sun, the Irondale Iron News, and the 
Mounds Telephone. 

WORLD; Saturdavs; Independent; four 
pages 18x24; established 1887; B. D. Shumate, 
editor and publisher; circulation L,2 ^i^y.; 
Issues also the Avondale Herald. 

EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE 
JOURNAL; monthly; educational; fifty- 
two pages 6x9; subscription $1; estaljlished 
1888; J. H. Phillips, editor; Educational Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation J 2 i\^^. 

GREAT SOUTH; monthly; immigra- 
tion; sixteen pages 11x16; subscription $1; 
established 1890; W. H. Worthingtcju, editor 
and publisher. 

MASONIC GUIDE; monthly; masonic; 
sixteen pages 12x16; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1890; H. H. Brown, editor; Brown & 
Vance, publishers. 

SOUTHERN ODDFELLOW; month- 
ly; odd-fellowship; eight pages 11x16; sub- 
scription f.0 cents ; established 1S9I) ; R. E. 
Jones, editor and publisher. 

TRACKMEN'S ADVANCE ADVO- 
CATE; monthly; eight pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $1; established 1889; Railway Order 
of Trackmen of the United States, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 2. 

BREWTON, c. li., Escambia Co., g 

2,50tt pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 58 

m. from Pensacola, Fla. Has saw and 

lumber mill and brick manufactory. 

STANDARD GUAGE : Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1887; C. W. Robbing, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 2 Jl:;!;. 

BRIDGEPORT, Jackson Co., [jf 1,000 

pop., on Nashville, Chattanooga & St. 

Louis Rd. and Tennessee r., 28 m. S. of 

Chattanooga, Tenn. Has steel works, iron 

foundries and pipe works. Shipping point 

for produce. 

NEWS; Fridavs: republican; four pages 
18x24; subscription $1; established 1S90; F O. 
Wallace, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

BUTLiER, c. h., Choctaw Co., p 200 
pop., near Tombigbee r., 40 m. E. of Merid- 
ian, Miss. Agricultural country. 

CHOCTAW^ HERALD; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages 17x24; subscription 
$1; established 1876; J. W. Bryant, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

CAMDEN, c. h., Wilcox Co., g 1,400 
pop., near Alabama r., 40 m. S. by W. of 
Selma. A trade center and shipping point. 

W^ILCOX NEW ERA ; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1889; David T. McMillan and 
David P. Miller, editors and publishers; cir- 
culation L2. 

WILCOX PROGRESS; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages 17x24; subscription 
$1; established 1887; Loveless & Danley, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation K 2. 

CARBON HILL, Walker Co., [^ 
1,500 pop., on Kansas City, Memphis & Bir- 
mingham Rd., 17 m. from Jasper, the 
county seat. Coal-mining district. 

DISPATCH ; Fridays; neutral; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1889; Townley & Roberts, editors and pub- 
lishers; cintulation K 1 ;I;^j. 

CARROLLTON, c. h., Pickens Co., 

-D 349 pop., about 32 m. S. E. of Columbus 

Miss. Cotton-growing district. Coal fields 

near by. 

WEST ALABAMIAN; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages 17x24 ; subscription 



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$1.25; established 1850; D. C. Hodo, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

CEDAR BliUFF, Cherokee Co., cf 
250 pop., on Coosa r., 7 in. from Centre, the 
county seat. 

INDU.STRIAIi FREE PRESS; Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages 20x26; sub- 
.scription $1 ; established 1881! ; R. Lawrence, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

CENTRE, c. h., Cherokee Co.. cf noOf 
pop., on Coosa r., 140 m. N. by E. of Mont- 
gomery, the State capital. 

CHEROKEE ADVERTISER; Thurs 
days; democratic; four pages 17x24; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1866 ; W. C. Stiff, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L2. 

COOSA RIVER NEWS; Fridays; 
democratic ; six pages 18x24 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; established 1878 ; Wm. H. Shropshire, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

CENTREVILLE, c. h., Bibb Co., n 

200 pop., on Cincinnati, Selma & Mobile 

Rd., 30 m. from Marion. Coal and iron 

field near. 

BLADE-ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages liix22: subscription 
$1; established 1880; Luther M. Clements, edi- 
tor and publisher: circulation L 2. 

CLANTON, c. h., Chilton Co., n 700 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 41 m. N. 
of Montgomery, the State capital. Lum- 
bering region. 

CHIJiTON VIEW; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; 
established 1881; W. H. Lavsrrence, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 2. 

CLAYTON, c. li., Barbour Co., U\ 
1,000+ pop., terminus of Central of Georgia 
Rd., 20 m. W. of Euf aula and 75 S.E. of Mont- 
gomery. Fertilizers are manufactured. 

COURIER; Saturdays; four pages 
18x24; subscription $1.25; established 1870; 
Edgar R. Quillin & Sons, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L2. 

COLLINSVIL.LE, De Kalb Co., cf 300 
pop., on Alabama Great Southern Rd., 15 m. 
S. W. of Fort Payne, the county seat. Agri- 
cultural and coal and iron mining section. 

STANDARD; semi monthly; four 
pages 13x20: subscription 50 cents: estab- 
lished 1890; A. W. Tate, editor and publisher. 

COLUMBIANA, c. li., Shelby Co., 

a 550 pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & 
Georgia and Shelby Iron Go's Rds., 36 m. 
from Talladega. A shipping point for cot- 
ton and pig iron. 

^SHELBY CHRONICLE; Wednes 
days; democratic; four pages isx24; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1886; C. C. Du Bose, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation L2. i 

CULLMAN, c. h., Cullman Co., ^ 750 
po])., on Louisville & Nashville Rd. Fruit 
and grape culture, agriculture and various 
manufacturing. 

ALABAMA TRIBUNE; Saturdays; 
farmers alliance; four pages 18x24; >ubscrlp- 
tionSl; established 1873; .lohn A. Johnson, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

DADEVILLE, c. h., Tallapoosa Co., 

o 1,400 pop., on Columl)us & Western 



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Rd., 45 m. N. E. of Montgomery, the State 
capital. 

TALLAPOOSA NE\V ERA; Thurs- 
days; four pages 19x26; subscription .$1 ; 
established 1S86; Wilson & Berry, editors and 
publishers; circulation L2. 

TALLAPOOSA VOICE: Thursdays; 
independent: four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1: established lSi«); Oliver & Strather, edi- 
tors and publishers. 

DAPHNE, c. h., Baldwin Co., J3 50 
pop., on Mobile bay, 10 m. S. E. of Mobile. 
Shipping point. Agricultural and lumber- 
ing district. 

TIMES; Saturdays; republican: four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1890; Geo. H. Hoyle, editor and publisher. 

DECATUR, Morgan Co., ti 5,000 pop., 
at Junction of East Tennessee, Virginia & 
Georgia and Louisville & Nashville Rds. 
and on Tennessee r. Has saw and planing 
mills. 

NEWS ; Fridays; democratic: four 
pages 20x26; subscription $2; established 
1872 ; L. Hensley Grubbs, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation J I. 

PUPIL AT WORK; monthly; educa- 
tional; four pages 10x13; subscription 40 
cents; established 1890; Pupils of the Decatur 
Public Schools, editors and publishers. 

DEMOPOLIS, Marengo Co., p l,775t 

pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia 

Rd. and on Tombigbee r. and connected by 

steamboat with Mobile. Shipping point 

for cotton-growing district. 

MARENGO NEWS ; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages 18x24 ; subscription 
$1; established 1872; E. S. Cornish, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

DOTHEN, Henry Co.. P, l,7r,0 pop., on 
Al.Tbama Midland Rd., 120 m. S. E. of Mont- 
gomery. Has cotton compress, guano fact- 
ory and turpentine still. 

SENTINEL; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $\; estab- 
lished 1890; H. A. Price and A. E. Pac, edi- 
tors; .Sentinel Publishing Co., publisliers. 

DOUBLE SPRINGS, c. h., mnsion 

Co., [^ 110+ pop. -•Agricultural region. 

WINSTON HERALD; Thursdays; 
eight pages 1:5x20; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 18S2; VPilliam R. Adklns, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

EASTLAKE, Jefferson Co., a on 
Alabama Great Southern and five other 
Rds., 6 m. from Birmingham. Has lumber 
and planing mill. 

SUN; Saturdays; four pages 15.x22; 
subscription .§1 ; established 18s9 ; Union 
Printing Co., editors and pul)lishers; circu- 
lation L 1 ; Issue also the Birmingham Star, 
the Irondale Iron News, and the Mounds 
Telephone. 

EDWARDSVILLE, c. h.. Cleburne 

Co..cf 71)0+ pup., (.n Georgia Pacific Rd., 27 
m. N. of Anniston and 78 S.of Atlanta, Qa. 
In a farming district. 

CLEBURNE PLOWBOV; Fridays; 
independent; four pages 20x26; subscription 
.$1; established 1890; Dodson Bros., editors 
and publishei's. 

STANDARD NEWS; Thursdays: four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1889; John W. Abercronibie and Jef. Sax, 
editors and publishers; circulation L2. 



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ELBA, ^- li-, Coffee Co., iH,222 pop., on 

Pea r., :;0 m. S of Troy and about 75 S. by 

E. of Montgomery. Farming section. 

COFFEE CO. NEVV.S; Tluirsdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
establlsiied 1885; Daniel Swanner, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1 :1;;1;. 

EUFATTIiA, Barbour Co., O, 6,000 
pop., at junction of Montgomery & Eufaula 
and Central of Georgia Rds. and on Chat- 
tahoocliee r., 80 m. from Montgomery and 
142 from Macon, Ga. A cotton-shipping 
point and center of general trade. 
TIMES ; every morning except Monday, 
and TIMES AND NEWS, Thursdays; 
farmers' alliance; four pages— daily 17x22, 
weekly 22x28; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
$1.25; established— daily 1883, weekly 1845; 
William D. Jelks, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation—daily K 2 ;I:^, weekly H 1 :!;;!;. 
TIMES AND NEWS; (see Times.) 

EUTAW, c. li., Greene Co., -n 1,100 
pop., on Alabama Great Southern Rd, In a 
cotton-gi'owing district. 

MIRROR; Tuesdays; democratic; four 

pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1879; W. T. Callahan, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 jHH^- 

WHIG AND OBSERVER; Thurs 
days; democratic; four pages 19x2<i; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1841; W. O. Mon- 
roe, editor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

EVERGREEN, c. h., Conecuh Co., p 
1,200 pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 
82 m. from Montgomery and 104 from Mobile. 
In a timber and farming district. 

STAR; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1869 ; Dr. Robert A. Lee, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

BAPTIST SUNBEAM; monthly; bap- 
tist; four page's 9x11; subscription 25 cents; es- 
tablished 1890; John W. Stewart, editor and 
publisher. 

FAIiKVILLE, Morgan Co., ^ 100 

pop., on Louisville •& Nashville Rd., 25 m. S. 

of Decatur. Agricultural district. 

ALLIANCE MONITOR; Fridays; 
farmers' alliance; four pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 189); T. W. Spain, editor 
and publisher. 

FAYETTE COURT HOUSE, 

c. h., Fai/ette Co., \j 500 pop., on Georgia 
Pacific Rd., 60 m. W. of Birmingham. Agri- 
cultural district. 

FAYETTE SENTINEL; Fridays; in- 
depeudenc; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1863; J. B. Jones, editor and 
publisher. 

FLINT CITY, Morgan Co., t] 58 pop., 
on Louisville & Nasliville Rd., 5 m. S. of 
Decatur. Agricultural and lumbering dis- 
trict. 

ADVERTISER; Fridnvs; four pages 
13x20; subscription .SI; eslablislied 1890; J. H. 
Baldwin, editor and publislicr. 

FLORENCE, c. h., Lauderdale Co., ^ 

5,9S4+ pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & 
Georgia, Louisville & Nashville and Nash- 
ville, Florence & Sheffield Kds. and on Ten- 
nessee r. Cotton and saw mills and coal 
and irim mines. Shipping point for the 
county and adjoining towns in Tennessee. 

HERALD; semi-weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays; democratic; four pages 20x28 ; 



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subscription $2; established 1&S6; Florence 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation J 1 si:*. 

BANNER; Thursdays ; four pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established 1883; 
J. S. Barr, editor and publisher; circ'n L2^. 

TIMES; Fridays; democratic; four pages 
22x28; subscription .$1; established 1890; M. 
W. Camper and C. W. Ashcraft, editors and 
publishers. 

OUR MISSION; nionthlv ; philan- 
thropic; four pages 11x13; subscription 25 
cents; established 1891); Rev. W. B. Wither- 
spoon, editor and publisher. 

FORKLAND, Greene Co., -n 20.5 pop., 

on Black Warrior r., 1.5 m. S. E. of Eutaw, 

the county seat. Cotton-growing district. 

PROGRESS ; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22; subscription 75 cents; estab- 
lished 1890; Samuel Levy, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

FORT PAYNE, c h., Be Kalb Co., cT 
300 pop., .on Alabama Great Southern Rd., 
51 m. from Chattanooga, Tenu. Has rolling, 
saw and planing mills, fire-clay works, fur- 
nace, etc. Coal and iron mining section. 

HERALD; Wednesdays; independent; 
eight pages 15x2i; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1889; James M. Vernon, editor and 
publisher; circulation H 1 ^:|;. 

JOURNAL ; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1..50; established 
1883; E. A. McHan, editor; Journal Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation K 2. 

GADSDEN, c.h., Etowah Co., □'4,000 
pop., on Tennessee & Coosa and Rome & 
Decatur Rds. and Coosa r. Has manufact- 
ories and lumber trade. In ii-on and coal 
fields. Cotton and grain-growing district. 

LEADER; Saturdays; democratic; six 
pages 15x2i; subscription $1; established 
1890; Gadsden Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

TIMES-NEWS; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic: eight pages lSx22; subscription $1; 
established 1867; Meeks & Johnson, editors 
and publishers; circulation H 2 s-:;!;. 

GENEVA, c. h., Geneva Co., 0, 500 pop., 

at confluence of Choctawhatchee and Pea 

rs. Has three saw mills. 

RECORD ; Wednesdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1887; Gray & Gleunan, editors and publishers; 
circulation L 2. 

GEORGIAN A, Butler Co., g on Lou- 
isville & Nashville Rd., 16 m. from Green- 
ville, tlie county seat. Has a wagon factory 
and saw mill. In a farming country. 

ENTERPRISE; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 17x24; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1887; J. K. Kane, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1 ;i:. 

GREENSBORO, c. li., ITale Co., -a 

2,000 pop., on Cincinnati, Selma & Mobile 
Rd. Has a college for females, and car- 
riage factories. Seat of Southern Uni- 
versity. Surrounded by cotton plantations. 
ALABAMA B E A C O N ; Tuesdays; 
democratic; four ])agi's 20x26; subscription 
$1.50; estalilisheil 1835; James W. Borrdurant, 
editor and pulilisher; circulation K 2. 

WATCHMAN; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic; four ijages 18.X24; subscription $1.50; 
established 1877; Wm. E. W. Yerby, editor 
and publisher: circulation K 2. 

SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY 
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scrlption $1.25; established 1884 ; Literary So- 
•cieties of the Southern University, editors 
aid publishers; circulation LI; a college 
paper ; Issued during the collegiate year. 

GREENVILLE, c. h., Butler Co., g 
3,00'J pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 45 
ni. from Montgomery, the State capital. 
Has wagon manufactories, saw and cotton 
mills and gins. Cotton trade center. 

ADVOCATE; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages 2i.x28; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1865; Jame; B. Stanley.editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation l'^ ^;;;-;. 

BUTtiEll UREEZE ; Fridays ; demo- 
cratic : four pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished I'^Oi); J. J. Stewart, editor ; J. J. 
Stewart & Co., pul)lishers. 

GROVE HILL, c. b., Clarke Co., jD 
200 pop., 84 m. N. E. of Mobile. Agricult- 
ural and stock-raising district. 

CLARKE CO. DEMOCRAT; Thurs 
days; democratic; four pages 13.x20; sub- 
scription $1; established 1856; Isaac Grant, 
editor and publislier; circulation L 2 ;!■::;:. 

GUNTERSVILLE, c. h., Marshall 

Co., [i 4:5+ pop., on Tennessee r., 1 m. from 
landing. Engaged in cotton trade. 

DE3IOCR.\T ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 17x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1880; E. O. Neely, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2 ;•;;■;;!:. ;:w° Actual average 
for tlie past i/enr 910 coiJies. 

HALEYSVILLE,(ARK P. O.) Win- 
ston Co., [j 100 pop., on Birmingham, Shef- 
field & Tennessee River Rd., 15 m. X. W. of 
Double Springs, the county seat. Agricult- 
ure the leading Industry. 

VIEW ; Fridays; farmers' alliance: four 
pages 15x22; subscription §1; established 1885; 
James G. Clegg, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2. 

HAMILTON, c. h.. Marion Co., t] 

150+ pop., on Buttahatchee r., 45 m. from 

Aberdeen, Miss. Agriculture and mining. 

TIMES; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 15.X22; subscription $1; established 1885; 
J. S. Clements, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2. 

HARTSELLE, Morgan Co., r^ 7501 
pop., on Louisville & Xashville Rd., 13 m. S. 
of Decatur and 74 N. of Birmingham. Has 
grist and saw mills and lumber and marble 
yards. 

ALABAMA ENQUIRER; Thursdays; 
farmers' alliance; four pages 18x2-1; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1887; J. A. Rountree, 
editor and publisher; circulation II :i;;l;. 

HAYNEVILLE, c h., Loiondes Co., 

g 800 pop. (of town), 20 m. S. W. of Mont- 1 

gomery. Wagon factory and grist mill. In 

a cotton-growing and farming .section. 

CITIZEX-EXAMINER; Thursdays; 
Independent-democratic; four pages 20x26; 
subscription $1..tO; estalilished 1886; Gariet 
& Varner, elitors and publishers; circ'n K 1. 

HEFLIN, Cleburne Co., ^ 400 pop., on 

Georgia Pacine Rd., 2 m. S. of Edwardsvllle, 

the county seat. A shipping point. In 

farming district. 

CLEBURNE NEW ERA; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 16x22; subscription 
$1; established 1s9j; W. A. Porter, editor and 
publisher. 



HUNTSVILLE, c. h., Madison Co., ^ 

7,995+ pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & 
Georgia and Nashville, Chattanooga & St. 
Louis Rd.s. Manufacturing town. Farming, 
stock-raising and cotton-growing district. 

MERCURY; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; 
daily four pages 18x24, weekly eight pages; 
subscription— tlaily $8, weekly $1; established 
—daily 1885, weekly 181(1; Mercury Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers; circ'n— daily K2, 
weekly I 2 . 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 15x22; subscription §1.50; established 
1879; Gazette Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation I., 2 ; an organ of the negro race. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1854; E. B. Miller, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation J 1. 

IRONDALE, Jefferson Co, a 200 pop., 

on Alabama & Great Southern Branch of 

Cincinu ti, New Orleans & Texas Pacific 

and two other Rds., 6 m. from Birmingham, 

the county seat. 

IRON NEWS ; Saturdays; four pages 
15.X22 ; sul)scription .§1 ; established 1889 ; 
Union Printing Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation L 1 ; issue also the Birmingham 
Star, the Eastlake Sun and the Mounds Tele- 
phone. 

JACKSON, Clarke Co., p 250 pop., 

on Mobile & Birmingham Rd. and on Tom- 

bigbee r., 59 m. from Mobile. Surrounded 

by a farming country. 

SOUTH ALABAMIAN ; Saturdays; 
farmers' alliance ; four pages 15.x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1887; A. L. McLeod, 
editor; J. S. Graham, publisher; circ'n L2. 

JACKSONVILLE, c. h., Calhoun 

Co., cf 1,500 pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia 
& Georgia Rd., 12 m. from Anniston and 143 
from Selma. A summer resort. Trading 
center for an agi-icultural section. 

REPUBLICAN; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24: subscription $1; 
established 1837; L. W. Grant, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2 :l;il;. 

JASPER, e.h.. Walker Co., li 1,200 pop., 
on Kansas City, Memphis & Birmingham 
Rd , 60 m. S. of Decatur. An agricultural, 
cotton-growing and mineral district. 

HEADLICJHT; Tuesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x'20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 18-19; Headlight Publishing Co., editors 
and pul)lishers. 

MOUNTAIN EAGLE; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages 17x24; subscription 
$1; established 1872; S. M. Gunter & Co., edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation K 2. 

KENNEDY, Lamar Co., tl ^00 pop., 
on Georgia Pacific Rd., 13 m. S. W. of Ver- 
non, the county seat. Agricultural and 
lumijering district. 

NEW.S; Fridays; democratic: four pages 
13x20; subscription SI; established 1890; H. 
W. Laird, editor: S. \V. Vice, publisher. 

LAFAYETTE, c. h., Chambers Co., a- 

1,200 po])., on East Alabama Rd., 18 m. from 

Opelika and 84 from Montgomery. Cotton 

market and general trade center. 

SUN; Wednesdays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1880; S. M. Richards, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 



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IiEIGHTON^ Colbert Co., \j 200 pop., 

on East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Rd., 

10 m. E. of Tuscunibla, the county seat. 

Agricultural district. 

NEWS; semi-monthly; prohibition; 
eight pages 5x8; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1890: F. W. MeCormack, editor and 
publisher. 

lilNDEN, c. li., Marengo Co., jH 250 

pop., ISm. from Demopolis and 52 S. W. 

of Selma. Cattle and sheep raising. 

REPORTER ; Fridays ; democratic; 
four pages 16x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1879; John E. Hecker, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

LIVINGSTON, c. h., Sumter Co., -a 
950t pop., on Alabama Great Southern Rd., 
37 m. from Meridian, Miss., and 80 W. of 
Selma. Health resort, having mineral 
waters. Seat of Alabama Normal College 
for girls. Agricultural district. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 17x:34; suliscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1864; Capt. B. F. Herr, editor; Randall 
& Panent, publishers; circulation K 2. 

SUMTER CO. SUN; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 17.x24; subscription $1.25; 
established 1889; C. H. Allen, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

liOVAN, Monroe Co., g 375tpop.,12m. 

from Mouroeville, the county seat. In an 

agricultural region. 

EAGLE ; semi-monthly ; eight pages 
9x12; subscription 50 cents; established ISiS; 
A. R. Davison, editor; Eagle Co., publishers; 
circulation J l ;!;;;•;. 

LIT VERNE, Crenshaw Co., g 700f pop., 

on Montgomery & Florida Rd., 3 ni. from 

Rutledge, the county seat. 

ENTERPRISE ; Fridays; farmers' alli- 
ance; four pages 2:3x31; subscription $1; estab- 
lislieil 1881; M. Tucker, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 ;;:;!:. 

MARION, c. h., Perry Co., u 2,500 
pop., on Cincinnati, Selma & Mobile Rd., 
30 m. N. W. of Selma. Several educational 
institutions. In a cotton-raising section. 

STANDARD; Wednesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 20.'c26; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1878; Jas. W. Dickinson, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1 ;i;:!;. 

STATE MISSION QUARTERLY; 
January, April, July, October; philanthropic; 
four Images 13x20; subscription 15 cents; estab- 
lished 1890. 

MOBILE, c. h., Mobile Co., jH 31,822t 
pop., on Louisville & Nashville and ter- 
minus of Mobile & Birmingham and Mo- 
bile & Spring Hill Rds. and on Mobile r., 
near Its entrance into Mobile bay. Steam- 
boats to Florida ports, to various points on 
Tomblgbee and Black Warrior rs., and to 
New Orleans. Engaged in foreign and do- 
mestic commerce and manufactures; a 
large coffee and cotton market and coal and 
naval supply depot. 

NEWS ; every evening except Saturday, 
and Sunday morning; independent; daily 
four pMges I6.\2i, Sunday eight pages; sub- 
sciiiiti'iii -daily and Sunday .$■>; established 
IMs'.t; Fred. S. Cox, editor and pulilisher; cir- 
culation J I . 

REGISTER ; every morning except 
Monday, and every evening except Sunday, 



and WEEKLY, Saturdays; democratic; 
dally four pages a0.x24, Sunday and weekly 
eight pages; subscription — morning $12, 
evening $12, weekly $1; established 1821 ; Reg- 
ister Co., editors and publishers; circulation 
—daily H 1, Sunday G 1, weekly G 1. 

ITEM: Saturdays; eight pages 15.x22; 
subscription $1; established 1882; John F. 
Cothran, editor and publisher; circ'n J i. 

MONROEVILLE, c. h., Monroe Co., 
p 300 pop., on Alabama r., 90 m. S. of Selma 
and 100 from Mobile. Cotton-producing 
country. 

MONROE JOURNAL; Tuesdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1.50; established 1867; Q. R. Salter, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1. 

MONTGOMERY, c. h., Montgomery 
I Co., g Slate C^iipilal, 21,790+ pop., on 
Louisville & Nashville and Nashville, Chat- 
tanooga & St. Louis, terminus of Montgom- 
ery & Eufaula and Montgomery & Florida 
Rds. and on Alabama r. Steamboats to 
Mobile, 197 m., and intermediate points. 
Manufacturing and cotton trade. 

ADVERTISER: every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays ; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages 15x24; subscription- 
daily $10, weekly $1; established 1828; W. W. 
Screws and Chappell Cory, editors; Adver- 
tiser Co., publishers; circulation — dally G 1, 
weekly G 1. 

EVENING JOURNAL? every evening 
except Sunday, and JOURNAL. Satur- 
days; independent; daily eight pages 15x22, 
weekly four pages 18x24; subscription— daily 
$5; established— daily 1889, weekly 1890; Even- 
ing Journal Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation—dally J 1 . 

ALA BAM A ALLIANCE HERALD; 

Fridays; agricultural; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $1; established 1870; circ'n H 2. 

ALABAMA BAPTIST; Thursdays; 
baptist; four pages 20x26; subscription $2; 
established 1874; Hare & Pope, editors and 
publishers; circulation H 2 ;H^. 

ARGUS; Saturdays; independent: four 
pages 1.5x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1890; Wm. F. Crockett, editor and publisher. 

B A PTIST LEADER; Thursdays ; 
baptist; four pages 19x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 18S7; A. N. McEwen, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1. 

HEKAIiD ; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 16x22; established 1886; A. A. Garner, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

JOURNA L; (see Ei-cning Journal.) 

SO UTHERN REVIEW; Saturdays ; 
republican; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1888; Rev. M. G. Thomas, edi- 
tor and publisher; an organ of the negro race. 

AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL; 
monthly; agricultural; fifty pages I0.xl3; sub- 
scription $1; established 1890; W. H. Lawson, 
editor and publisher. 

MOULTON, c. h., Lawrence Co., ^ 

500 pop., 23 m. from Decatur and 165 N. by 

W. of Montgomery, the State capital. Seat 

of Moulton Normal Institute. Surrounded 

by timber and farming land. 

ADVERTISER; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 17x23; subscription $2; 
established 1829; White & White, editors and 
publishers; circulation K 1 ;!;. 

MOUNDS, Jefferson Co.. n 1,000 pop., 
on Georgia Pacific Rd., 3 m. from Birming- 
ham, the county seat. 

TELEPHONE; Saturda.ys; four pages 
15x22; sul)scrii)ti(iu $1; established 1889; 
Union Printing Co., editors and i)ublishers; 



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circulation L 1 ; issue also the BirnilnKham 
atar, the Eastlake Sun an<l the Irondale Iron 
Neirs. 

MUNFORD, Talladega Co., n 150 
pop., on Aimiston & Atlantic ami East Ten- 
nessee, Virginia & Georgia Rds., 15 m. N. E. 
of Talladega, the county seat. Agricultural 
district. 

LEADER; semimonthly; democratic; 
four pages 13x20; subscription 75 cents; es- 
tablished 1800; H. A. Stewart, editor; M. H. 
Hansard, publisher. 

NEW DECATUR, Morgan Co., a 
S5U pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd. and 
Tennessee r. Agricultural and lumbering 
district. 
ADVEIITISER; Saturdays; four pages 

lsx24: subscription .S2; established 1S89; C.J. 

Hildreth, editor and publislier; circ'n K 2 ;;;;;;. 

NEWTON, J^ale Co., O^ 550 pop., on 
Choctawhatchee r. and the Alabama Mid- 
land Rd., 10 m. from Ozark, the county seat. 
Wagons and cotton and woolen goods man- 
ufactured, has also large saw mill. Agri- 
cultural section. 

MESSENGER; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages 16x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1885; Charles E. Dunn, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2 si;:!;. 

NORTHPORT, Tuskaloosa Co., -n 
900 pop., 1 in. from Tuskaloosa, the county 
seat. Has tannery. 

WEST ALABAMA BREEZE; Thurs 

days; independent; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription .$1 ; established 1889; J. C. Law- 
rence, editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

NOTASULGA, Macon Co., O, 1,G91 

pop., on Western Alabama Rd., 4 > m. E. N. 

E. of Montgomery, the State capital. 

UNIVERSAIilST HERALD; semi 
monthly; universalist; four pages ]Sx24; 
subscription §2; established 1849; Rev. John 
C. Burruss, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion J 1 ;•;;■:. 

ONEONTO, Blount Co., i^ 425t pop., 

on Louisville & Nashville Rd., S7 m. from 

Birmingham. Ore ndning district. 

XEVVS-DISFATCH; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 24x3G; subscription 
SI; established 1877; News-Dispatch Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers; circ'n L 2. 

OPELIKA, c. h., Lee Co., D- 3,686t pop., 
on Western Alabama Rd., at junction of 
Columbus & Western and East Alabama 
Rds., &4 m. E. of Montgomery, 28 from 
Columbus, Ga., and 113 from Atlanta, Ga. 
Grain and cotton-growing region. 

STATE ALLIANCE BANNER; Fri 

days; farmers' alliance; four pages 15x22; 
subscription .$1; established 1890; P. Law- 
rence, editor and publisher. 

OXFORD, Calhoun Co., cf 1,. 500 pop., 

on East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia and 

Georgia Pacific Rds., 3 m. from Annlston 

and 100 from Atlanta, 6a. A manufacturing 

town. Mountainous region. 

ECHO; Fridays; farmers' alliance; four 
pages 15.V22; subscription $1; established 1887; 
W. O. Butler, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2 :|:;|:. 

OZARK, c. Ii., Dale Co., D, 750 pop., 
on Alabama Central and Central of Georgia 



Rds. Mills, cotton gins anil carriage fact- 
ories. 

SOUTHERN STAR; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
SI; estal)lished 1867; Joseph H. Adams, editor 
and publisher; circulation J 2 ;i:H;. 

PELIi CITY, St. Clair Co., [^ 200 
pop., on GcDrgia Pacific and Talladega & 
Coosa Valley Rds., 24 ni. from Talladega. 
GI'OBE; Thursdays; farmers' alliance; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription 9.1 ; estab- 
lished 1888; F. W. Boughton, editor; Globe 
Publishing Co., publishers; circ'n K 2 >;::■;. 

PHOENIX CITY, Lee Co., d- 5,000 
pop., on Mobile & Girard Rd. and Chatta- 
hoochee r., 25 m. S. E. of Opelika, the county 
seat, and 4 from Columbus, Ga. Grain and 
cotton growing region. 

EAST ALABAMA TIMES: Satur 
days; democratic; four pages 20x26; sul)scrip- 
tion$l; established 189(J; Lassiter & Lasslter, 
editors and puljlishers. 

PIEDMONT, Calhoun Co., cf 950 
pop., ou East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia 
and East & West Rds., 22 m. from Anniston. 
Agriculture, iron ore mining and lumber- 
ing are the prominent industries. 

INQUIRER; Thursdays; four pages 
20x26; subscription SI; established 1S!)0; A. 
W. Cummins & Co., editors and publishers. 

POST; Thursdays; independent: four 
pages 18x24: subscription $1; established 
1SS5; P. H. Brewster, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 ;1;:|;. 

PRATT MINES, Jefferson Co., n 
1,0(X) pop., 8 m. N. W. of Birmingham, the 
county seat. Engaged in coal and iron 
mining. 

JEFFERSON ENTERPRISE; 

Thursdays; independent; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established 1889; Goode & 
Drake, editors and publishers; circ'n J 2 ^^. 

PRATTVILLE, c. h., Autauga Co., D 

1,500 pop., 15 m. N. W. of Montgomery. Man- 
ufactures of cotton and woolen goods. 

PROGRESS; Fridays ; democratic ; 

four pages lsx24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1886; Wm. D. Smith, Jr., and M. M. 
Smith, editors and publishers; circ'n L2. 

ROANOKE, Randolph Co., d- 1,300 
l)Op., on Alabama Rd., 20 m. from Lafayette. 
Has a college for males and females. 
HERA LD ; Thursdays ; democratic : four 
pages 17x24; subscription $1; established 
1876; Kieser & Hooker, editors and publish- 
ers: circulation K 2 ;■;:■;. 

RUSSELL VILLE, Franklin Co., t] 
970+ pop., on Sheffield & Birndugham Rd., 
m 18. from Sheffield. In a farming section. 

SOUTHERN IDEA; Fridays; demo- 
cratic: four pages 15x'22; subscription $1; 
established 18.86; J. H. West, editor and pub- 
lisher; circvilation K 1. 

RUTLEDGE, c. h., Crenshatv Co., g 
215 poi)., 4."> m. S. of Montgomery, the State 
capital, and 6 from Live Oak. the near- 
est station on Alabama Midland Rd. Agri- 
cultural region. 
WAVE; Wednesdays; democratic; four 

pages 15x22; subscription $1; established IbWJ; 

W. C. Davis, editor; Wave Publishing Co., 

jjubllshers. 

SCOTTSBORO, c. li., Jackson Co.,];^ 
1 959+ pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & 



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Georgia Rd., 42 m. from Huntsville and 55 

from Chattauooga, Tenn. Coal aud iron 

mining are the principal industries. 

CITIZEN ; Thursdays; democratic; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 

ISu; James Armstrong, editor and publisher; 

circulation K 2 ;■:;;:. 

PIIOGRESSIVE AGE; Thursdays; 
independent; four pages 17.k24; subscription 
^1.50; established ISSti; W. T. Boyle, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

SEALiE, c. li., Russell Co., O, 400 pop., 
on Mobile & Girard Rd , 20 m. from Co- 
lumbus, Ga. Saw mills here. 

RUSSELL, REGISTER; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1883; C. O. Briuson, editor and 
publisher; circiilation L2. 

SELiMA, c. li., Dallas Co., g 7,6261 pop., 

terminus of Louisville & Nashville, Western 
of Alabama, Cincinnati, Selma& Mobile and 
New Orleans & Selma aud East Tennessee, 
Virginia & Geoi-gia Rds., and on Alabama 
r., 300 m. from its mouth. Steamers to Mo- 
bile. Center of trade in cotton, lumber, 
iron and coal. Cotton-growing district. 
JOURNAL; every morning; independ- 
ent; four pages 15x22; subscription $T; estab- 
lished 1890; T. S. Kiucey, editor and publisher. 
TIMES-MAIL; every morning except 
Monday; democratic; four pages 20x26 ; sub- 
scription $10; established 1825; Times Com- 
pany, editors and publishers; circ'n K 2. 

ALABAMA MIRROR; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$\ ; established 1888; Graham & Golson, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 1. 

CYCLONE; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 16x2>; subscription $1.50; established 
1886; J. M. Gee, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2 ; an organ of the lu'gro race. 

STATE REPUBLICAN; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages 16x22; subscription 
$1.50; established IS'.IO; A. N. Johnson, editor 
and publisher; an organ of the negro race. 

SHEFFIELD, Colbert Co., "n 5,000 
pop., terminus of Sheffield & Birmingham 
Rd., 2 m. from Tuscumbia, the county seat. 
Has numerous manufactories. 
ENTERPRISE; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Mondays; neu- 
tral; four pages-daily 16x22, weeltly 20x26; 
subscription — daily $6, weeltly $1; e.stab- 
lished 1887; Enterprise Pub. Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation— dally J 2 :i:^, 
weekly J 1 ;1;:1:. 

AGRICULTURIST AND MANU- 
FACTURER; semi-monthly; farmers' 
alliance; twenty pages 10x14; subscription 
$1; established 1810; Thomas J. Key, editor- 
C. P. & C. S. Key, publishers. 

SPRINGVILIiE, St. Clair Co., b 

600 )iop., on Cincinnati, New Orleans & 

Texas Pacific Rd., 28 m. from Birmingham. 

ADVANCE; Thursdays; independent; 

four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; Thomas 

Clower, editor and publisher; circ'n LI. 

STEVENSON, Jackson Co., cf 550 
pop., terniimis of East Tennessee, Virginia 
& Georgia Rd., 38 m. from Cliatlanooga, 
Tenn. Has g-rist mills, gins and a brick 
yard. In an agricultural section. 
CHRONICLE; Tuesdays; (lemooratic ; 

four pages 1")X22; suhscription $1 ; established 

1887; Jno. W. TImberlake, editor and publl.sh 

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SYLACAUGA, Talladega Co., o 500 

pop., on Anniston & Atlantic and Columbus 

& Western Rds., 22 m. from Talladega, the 

county seat. Manufacturing and farming. 

BEE; Thursdays; democratic; eight pages 
13x20; subscription $1; established 1890; W. 
Le B. Hunter, editor and publisher. 

TALLADEGA, c. h., Talladega Co., 
a 2,400 pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia 
and Georgia, Anniston & Atlantic and Tal- 
ladega & Coosa Valley Rds. Location of 
State Institution for the Deaf, Dumb and 
Blind. Has iron furnaces. Milling and 
manufacturing. 

OUR MOUNTAIN HOME; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages 20x26; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1867; J. C.Williams, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

REPORTER; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1844; T. J. Cross, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

THOMASVXLLE, Clarice Co., J3 300+ 

pop., on Mobile & Birmingham Rd., 46 m. 

from Demopolis. Lumbering interest. 

ALLIANCE REPORTER; Thurs- 
days; farmers' alliance; four pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1890; Henry 
Nixon, editor aud publisher. 

TROY, c. h., Pike Co., iX 3,448t pop., 
terminus of Mobile & Girard Rd., 74 m. from 
Montgomery. Center of cotton trade. 

ENQUIRER ; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1875; R. W. Wad dell, editor aud pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 . 

MESSENGER; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22 ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1867; W. J. Blan, editor and publisher; 
circulation J 2;i;;l;. 

TUSCUMBIA, c. h., Colbert Co., \j 
1,385 pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & 
Georgia Rd. and near Tennessee r., 2 ni. 
from Sheffield. Agricultural district. 

DISPATCH; Tuesdays; democratic; 
four pages 20.^26; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1886; O. G. Simpson, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

NORTH ALABAMIAN; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 20x26: subscription 
$1.50; established 1832; A. H. Kellar, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1. 

TUSKALOOSA, c. h., Tuskaloosa 
Co., -D 5,486+ pop., on Alabama Great South- 
ern Rfi. and Black Warrior r., at head of 
steamboat navigation. The State Univer- 
sity and other institutions located here. In 
a cotton-growing district. 
GAZETTE ; every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY. Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four iiages 20x26; subscription— daily 
$4; weekly $1; established— daily 1887, 
weekly 1873; Graham Bros & Wagner, editors 
and publishers; circulation — daily L2, 
weekly K 1. 

TIMES; Wednesdays; democratic; four 
p.nges 20x26; subscription $1; established 
1830; C. N. McGroarty, editor; W. C. Jemi- 
.son, publisher; circulation K 2. 

TUSKEOEE, c. h., Macon Co., r^ 2,500 
pop., on Tuskogee Rd., 40 m from Mont- 
gomery. Cotton-seed oil mill and educa- 
tional institutions. In cotton section. 
NEWS; Thursdays; independent; four 

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ISG.i; Waddy Thompson & Sons, editors and 
piililishei-s; oirculiitloii K '2. 

STUDENT; monthly; four pages 8x11 ; 
subscription 50 cents; established I88!i: Stu- 
dents of the Tuskegee Normal School, editors 
and publishers; circulation L 1 ; a school pa- 
per; issuetl during the scliool year. 

UNION SPRINGS, c. li.. BuUocJc 

Co., 0,2,5(10+ pop., on Montgomery & Eufaula 
Rd., at intersection of Mobile & Girard Rd., 
40 m. from Montgomery and 54 from Colum- 
bus, Ga. Has oil mill, steam cotton gin. &c. 
The Union Springs Institute is located here. 

HERAIjD ; Wednesdays; democratic; 

eiglir patres lSx24; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1S66; McCall Publishing Co., editors 
and puldishers; circulation J 1. 

UNIONTOWN, Perry Co., D 1,500 

pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & Geor- 
gia Rd., 20 m. from Marion, the county seat, 
and 30 from Selma. Cotton is the chief ar- 
ticle of product. A shipping point for the 
surrt)unding district. 

CANEBRAKE HERALD; Fridays; 
independent; four pages 18.x24; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1887; Bernard Har- 
wood, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

VERNON c. li., Lamar Co., \j 500t 
pop., 28 m. from Columbus, Miss. Saw and 
grist mills. The manufacture of sorghimi 
a predominating industry. 

COURIER; Thursdays; democratic; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
188(1; Courier Publishing Co. (I.imited), editors 
and publishers; circulation K 1. 

WARRIOR, Jefferson Co., D 2,000 

pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 23 m. 

from Birmingham, the county seat. In a 

coal mining region. 

INDEX; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages lsx24; subscription $1 ; established 18-(8; 
F. C, Harrison, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L2. 

WSDOWEE, c. li., Randolph Co., D- 
350+ pop., B4 m. from Lafayette. Has water 
power and mineral deposits. 

CLIPPER; Tuesdays; eight pages 11x16; 
subscription $1; established 1888; Clipper 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers; clr- 
C(datii)ii L 2. 

OB.SERVER; Thursdays; republican; 
four p;iges 15x22; suijscription $1; estab- 
lished 1880; W. S. Wier, editor; W. A. Dean, 
publisher; circulation L2. 

WETUMPKA, c. h., Elmore Co., n 

750 pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd. and 

at the head of navigation on Coosa r., 14 m. 

from Montgomery, the State capital. Saw 

mills and cotton gins. 

T I ill E S . D E I>1 « C R A T ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
81; established 1875; Times Democrat Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers; circ'n K 1. 

YORK STATION, Sumter Co., -a 600 

pop., on jUwbama Great Southern and East 

Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Rds., 27 m. 

from Meridian, Miss. In a cotton-growing 

and agricultural country. 

YORK TliMES; Saturdays; four pages 
15x'22; subscription $1: established 1890; B. H. 
Male, editor and publisher. 

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JUNEAU, □- 50 m. N. of Sitka, the 
court house and Territorial capital. A min- 
ing settlement. 
ALASKA FREE PRESS; Saturdays; 

Independent; four pages 18x24; subscription 

$3; established 1887; F. E. Howard, editor; 

Howard & Sons, publishers; circulation J 2. 
M I N I N (; R E C O R l> ; Thursdays; 

mining; eight pages 10x13; subscriptitm $3; 

established 1888; Frank F. Myers, editor and 

publisher; circulation K 1. 

SITKA, Q, 1,500 pop., Teri-itorial 

Capital, on W. coast of Baranoff Island, 
which is densely timbered. Has custom- 
house, a Greco-Russian church, saw mills, 
etc. The catching and curing of salmon is 
extensively carried on. 

ALASKAN: Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 13x30; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 188S ; Maurice E. Kenealy, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2 :I;:1j. 

ARIZONA. 

BUCKEYE, Maricopa Co., Q 25 pop., 
•iU m. from Phceuix, the county seat. Farm- 
ing and stock-raising district. 

BLADE; Mondays; farmers' alliance; 
four pages 11x14; subscription .$3; estab- 
lished 181I0; Thos. L. Shultz, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

FLAGSTAFF, Yavapai Co., n 1,100 
pop., on Atlantic & Pacific Rd. Milling, 
mining and cattle raising are the princi- 
pal industries. Situated in a lumber dis- 
trict.. 

ARIZONA CHAMPION ; Saturdays: 
four pages 15x22; subscription $4; established 
1883; J. G. Tinker, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1 J-;:;;. 

D E M O C RAT; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; sul)scriptlou$3; established 
18SS ; J. E. Jones, editor and jiublisher; cir- 
culation L2. 

FLORENCE c. li., Pinal Co., g 2,000 
pop., S5 m. from Tucson. An agricultural 
region. 

ARIZONA ENTERPRISE; Satur- 
days: Independent; four pages 22x28; sub- 
scription $5; established 1881; R. C. & G. W. 
Brown, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion K 2;i:;|;5l:. 

MORAL AND SCIENTIFIC COM- 
PANION; monthly; six i)ages 9x12; sub- 
scription 25 cents; established 18s9: Eugene 
Arthur Brown, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2 i'fiiiu 

GLOBE, c. h., Gila Co., o 704 pop., 
on Arizona Narrow Gauge Rd., 120 m. from 
Tucson. A mining town. 

ARIZONA SILVER BELT; Satur 
days; four pages isx24; subscription $4; es- 
tablished 1878; Hackney & Hamill, editors 
and jiubllshers ; circulation L 2. 

KINGMAN, Mohave Co., -o 200 pop., 
on Atlantic & Pacific Rd., 500 m. from Albu- 
querque, New Me.x. A mining region. 

MOHAVE CO. 3IINER; Saturdays; 
farmers' alliance; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1882; CM. Fuuston, editor 
and j)ubllsher: circulation L2. 

NOGALES, Pima Co., g 2,000 pop., 
on Atcliison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd., 75 
ni. from Tucson, the county seat. Farming, 



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cattle raising, mining and the reduction of 

ores are the chief industries. 

EL MONITOR; Sundays; Englisli and 
Spanish; four pages 18x24; subscription $3.50; 
established 1886; Bernal & Aguirre, editors 
and publishers; circulation L 2. 

RECORD; Saturdays ; independent ; 
eight pages 15x32; subscription $3.50; estab- 
lished 1887; A. P. Crawford, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation "LO^. 

SUNDAY HERAL.D; Sundays; repub- 
lican ; four pages 18x24; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1888; J. J. Chatham, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

PHCENIX, c. li., Maricopa Co., D 
TeiTitorial Capital, 4,000 pop., on Mari- 
copa & Phoenix Rd. and Salt r., 500 m. 
from Los Angeles, Cal., and 500 from Santa 
Fe, New Mex. A farming, mining and 
stock-raising section. 

ARIZONA GAZETTE ; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLiV, Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages— daily 20x24, 
weelcly 19.x25; subscription— dally $10, weekly 
$2.50; established 1880; Gazette Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation — daily K 1, 
weekly K 2. ^ ^ 

HERALD; every evenmg except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages 20x20; subscription— daily 
$10, weekly $3; established- dally 1879, week- 
ly 1878 ; N. A. Morford, editor and publisher; 
clrc'n— dally K 2 H;*:!:, weekly J 2 i^i^i^i. 
JiREPUBLICAN; every moruing, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays; republican; four 
pages 18x25; subscription— dally $10, weekly 
$2.50; established 1889; Republican Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers. 

EL HIJO DEL FKONTERIZO; 
Sundays; Spanish; four pages 15x20; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 18S9; M. Y. Garcia and 
F. T. Dorila, editors and publishers. 

PRESCOTT, c. la., Yavapai Co., D 

3,000 pop., terminus of Prescott & Arizona 
Central Rd. Situated in a mining, graz- 
ing, pine-lumbering and agricultural dis- 
trict. 

ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER ; 
every evening except Sunday, and W^EEK- 
LY, Wednesdays; republican; four pages- 
daily 16x23, weekly 21x28; subscription— daily 
$12 weekly $4; established 1864; J. C. Martin, 
editor; Arizona Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation— dally L 2, weekly K 2. 

MORNING COURIER; everymorning 
except Sunday, and COURIER, Fridays; 
democratic; four pages-daily 15x22, weekly 
22x28 ; subscription— daily (Including weekly) 
$10, weekly $4; established 1882; J. H. Marion, 
editor and publisher; clrc'n— daily K 1 Jls^s, 
weekly .T 1 A"f- ,. . ^ . s 

COURIER; (see Morning Courier.) 

S T . J O H N ' S , c. h.. Apache Co.. D- 
1,800 pop. Has a grist mill. A mining, graz- 
ing and lumbering district. 
HERA L D ; Thursdays ; four pages 16x22; 
subscription $4; established 1885- J. F. Wal- 
lace, editor; Apache County Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation K 1. 

SOLOMONS VILLE, c. h.', Oraliam 
Co., a, 600 pop., 148 m. from Tucson. In a 
mining and stock-raising section. 
GRAHAM CO. BULLETIN ; Fridays; 
neutral; four pages 18x21; subscription $3; 
established 1889; Bulletin Publisiiing Co., edi- 
tors and publisha-s; circulation L 2 ;i:;I:. 

TEMPE, Maricopa Co., D 1,000 pop., 
10 m. from Phfjenlx, the capital of the Ter- 
ritory. Location of Territorial Normal 



ARIZONA. 



School. Flour mill and manufactories here. 

Surrounded by a farming, stock and fruit 

country. 

NEWS; Saturdays; four pages 17x24; sub- 
scription $4 ; established 1886 ; Curt. W. Miller, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

TOMBSTONE, c. h., Cochise Co., P, 
6,000 pop. Silver and gold mining and agri- 
cultural district. 

PROSPECTOR; every evening except 
Monday, and EPITAPH, Sundays; inde- 
pendent; daily— four pages 15x22, Sunday 
eight pages; subscription— daily $10, Sunday 
$4; established— dally 1887, Sunday 1889; 
S. C. Bagg, editor and publisher; circulation — 
dally L 2 , Sunday K 1. 
EPITAPH; (see Prospector.) 

TUCSON, c. h., Pima Co., g 11,000 
pop., on Southern Pacific Rd. and Santa 
Cruz r., 485 m. from San Diego, Cal. Min- 
ing and reduction of gold, silver and cop- 
per ores carried on. An agricultural and 
stock-raising region. 

ARIZONA CITIZEN ; every evening 
exceptSunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; 
republican ; four pages— daily 18x24, weekly 
20x26 ; subscription- dally $10, weekly $3 ; es- 
tablished—daily 1879, weekly 1800; W. L. Vail, 
editor and publisher; circulation— dally K 1, 
weekly K 2. 

ARIZONA STAR; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and W^EEKLY, Thursdays; 
four pages— daily 18x24, weekly 20x26; sub- 
scription—daily $10, weekly $5 ; established 
—daily 1874, weekly 1876 ; L. C. Hughes, editor ; 
Star Publishing Co., publishers; circulation 
—dally K 1, weekly K 2. 

EL FRONTERIZO; Wednesdays; 
Spanish; four pages 18x24; subscription $4; 
established 1878 ; Carlos I. Velasco, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 2. 

WILCOX, Cochise Co., O, 500 pop., 
on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe and South- 
ern Pacific Rds., 65 m.from Tombstone, the 
county seat. A mining, cattle-raising and 
agricultural section. 

SOUTHWESTERN STOCKMAN ; 

Saturdays; live stock ; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $4; established 1884; D. N. Hunsaker, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2 i'f.'ff. 

YUMA, c. h., Yuma Co., p 700 pop., on 
Southern Pacific Rd. and Colorado r., about 
150 ni. from Phoenix, the capital of the Ter- 
ritory, and 300 from Los Angeles, Cal. En- 
gaged in commerce and mining. 

ARIZONA SENTINEL; Saturdays; 
Independent ; four pages isx24 ; subscription 
$3 ; established 1870 ; J. W. Dorrington, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1. 

TIMES ; Wednesdays; republican; four 
pages 15x23; subscription $3; established 
1890; Yuma Printing and Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers. 

ARKANSAS. 

ALMA, Crawford Co., Yd 1,000 pop., on 
Little Rock & Ft. Smith Ed., 9 m. from 
Van Buren, the county seat. Rye, oats, flax, 
tobacco, wheat, corn and cotton are the 
principal products. 

DEMOCRAT ; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1882; J. W.Higgs, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2. 

ALTUS, Franklin Co., )j 350 pop., on 
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Clarksville. Has several steam mills and 

cotton gins. A shipping point for cotton. 

JOUItNALi ; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
If'SO; Percy McGraw, editor and publisher. 

ARGENTA, Pulaski Co., a 3,000 pop., 
on Little Rock & Ft. Smith and Little 
. Rock and Memphis Rds. and Arkansas r. 
opposite to and witlitu the corporate limits 
of Little Rock, the State capital. Has rail- 
road shops and various manufactories. 

CO.UMERCIAL; Saturdays; independ- 
■eut; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1885; E. A. Bliss, editor and publisher; 
■circulation K 1. 

ARKADELPHIA, c. h., Clark Co., 

p 1,506 pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Soutliern Rd. and Ouachita r., 75 ni. S. by 
W. of Little Rock. Possesses excellent 
water power. Lumber and cotton are the 
chief products. 

HERALiD ; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 20x26; subscription $1; established 
1886; Beck .t Brown, editors and publishers; 
circulation K 3 . 

SOUTHERN STANDARD ; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages 20x26 ; subscription 
$1.5 1; established 1868; Adam Clark, editor 
and publisher; circulation J 1. 

SOUTHWESTERN HEADLIGHT; 

semimonthly; baptist; four pages 13x20; 
subscription's!; established 1890; John Jones, 
«diti)r; Baptist Educational Society, publish- 
ers. 

OUACHITA RIPPLES; monthly; 
educational; eight pages 9x11 ; subscription 
$1; established 1S90; W. B. Peeples, editor; 
Prof. John G. Lisle, publisher. 

ARKANSAS CITY, c. h., Desha 

Co.. Q, 750 pop., on Mississippi River & 

Nortiiwestern and St, Louis, Iron Mountain 

& Southern Rds. and Mississippi r. Has a 

coal depot and saw mill. A shipping point 

for a farming country. 

JOURNAL.; Fridays; Independent ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1879 ; Gates & Besslieu, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation K 1. 

ATKINS, Pope Co., 1:3 800 pop., on Lit- 
tle Rock & Ft. Smith Rd., U m. from Dar- 
danelle. Has a wagon and carriage factory. 
Cotton and grapes are cultivated in the 
surrounding district. 

POPE CO. MAIL ; ThursdaysT demo- 
cratic ; four pages 20x26; subscription $1; 
established 1887; Pilot Printing Co., editors 
and pul)lishers: circulation L2; Issue also 
the Morrllton Pi'tot. 

AUGUSTA, c.h., Woodruff Co., D- TOOf 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Rd. and White r., 65 m. from Little 
Rock, the State capital. Has steam saw 
mills and gins. 

AVOODRUFF CO. VIDETTE; Thurs 
days ; democratic ; four pUKos 20x26 : sub- 
scription S2; established 1877; W. W. Folsom, 
editor and publislier; circulationn K l;-:;-::!:. 

BATESVILiLE, c. h., Independence 
Co., 6 2,235 pop., on St. Louis, Iron Moun- 
tain & Southern Rd. and White r., 90 m. 
N. by E. of Little Rock. Steamboats ascend 
the river to this point. An agricultural 
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ARKANSAS. 



mined. Cotton, tobacco, corn, wheat, oats, 
fruit and vegetables are cultivated. 

PROGRESS ;seml-weeklv, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; independent; four pages 14x2ii; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 18s9 ; M. Y. Todis- 
man, editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

GUARD; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages 20x26 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1877; E. L. Glvens, editor; Batesville Printing 
Co., puljlishers; circulation J I :i:;i:. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 17x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1887: Martin & Bradley, editors and publish- 
ers; circulation L2. 

ARKANSAS COLLEGE IVIAGA- 
ZINE: monthly; educational; thirty-eight 
pages 6x9; subscription $1; established 1,S90; 
Students of Arkansas College, editors and 
publishers; a college paper; issued during col- 
legiate year. 

BEEBE, White Co., a 1,200 pop., on St. 
Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd., 16 m. 
from Searcy, the county seat, and 32 N. 
E. of Little Rock, the State capital. Small 
fruits, cotton and vegetables are exten- 
sively cultivated. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; independent-demo- 
cratic; four pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; 
established 1885; E. L. Keene, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2 ;^. 

ARKANSAW HUB; Thursdays; labor; 
four partes 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1885; Sam J. Crabtree, editor and pub- 
lislier; circulation K 1. 

BENTON, c. h., Sali7ie Co.. a 750 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Rd., near Saline r., and 25 m. S. W. of 
Little Rock. Has saw and grist mills and 
pottery. A trade center. Agricultural and 
lumbering section. 

COURIER; Thursdays ; democratic ; 

eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1878; T. C. Mays, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

LE.\DER; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1; established 1890; 
S. H. Whltthorne, editor; W. C. Whitthorne, 
publisher. 

BENTONVILLE, c. h., Benton Co.,\j 
1,800 pop., on St. Louis & San Francisco Rd., 
180 m. from Little Rock. Tlie cereals and 
tobacco are cultivated. Tobacco manufact- 
ories and fruit evaporators in operation. 

BENTON CO. DEMOCRAT; Fri- 
days ; democratic ; fom- pages 20x26 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1&S6 ; Hurley & 
Stevenson, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion J 1 :i:5i:. 

BERRY VIELE, c. h., CarroU Co.,\2 
500 pop., 12 m. from Eureka Springs, the 
other county seat. Farming section. 

ADVANCE; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 18S9; S. H. Doxey, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

CARROLL PROGRE.SS; Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; four pages 18x24 : sub- 
scription $1.50: established 1879; J. D. Hailey, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

BINGEN, Hempstead Co., p 800 pop. 



A farming, iJtUUng and 



24 m. from Hope. 

mining district. 

SOCIAL VISITOR; Thursdays weight 
pages 13x20: subscription $1; established 
1884 ; J. R. Wolf, eilitor; W. J. Old, publisher; 
circulation J 1 *:■;. 



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BLACK "ROCK., Lmorence Co., dSOSf 
pup., on Kansas City, Springflelcl & Mem- 
phis Rd. 

llEPUBLilCAN ; Fridays; republican; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; estal> 
lished 1888; Claude W. P. Jones, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

BRINKIiEY, Monroe Co., a- 1,100 

pop., at junction of St. Louis, Arkansas 

& Texas, Memphis & Little Rock and Bates- 

ville & Brinkley Rds., 16 m. from Clarendon, 

the county seat, and 71 f i-om Memphis.Tenn. 

Has oil mills, car works and stave factory. 

ARGUS; Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1883; J. R. Taylor, editor; Argus Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation K 1. 

CAMDEN, c. h., Ouachita Co., g 2,800t 
pop., on St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas and 
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rds. 
and Ouachita r., 110 m. S. by W. of Little 
Rock. Steamboats ascend the river to here. 
Cotton-growing and shipping point. 

BEACON ; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $1.25 ; established 
18T4; Jas. S. Holmes, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

OUACHITA HERALO; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages 17x24 ; subscription 
$1.50 ; establislied ISSt; ; E. B. McPall, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1 :ic:i:. 

CARLISLE, Lonoke Co., n 600t pop., 
on Mempliis & Little Rock Rd., 32 m. from 
Little Rock, the State capital, and 100 from 
Memphis, Tenu. Agricultural section. 
NEW DEPARTURE; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages 17x24; subscription $1 ; 
established 1880; A. Emonson, editor; Emon- 
son Mercantile and Manufacturing Co., 
publishers; circulation L2. 

CHARLESTON, Franklin Co., ^ 
400 pop., 24 m. E. S. E. of Fort Smith. Has 
Masonic institute and steam flour mill. 

FRANKIilN CO. HERAT^O; Fridays; 

democratic; four pages ISx24; subscription 
$1; established 1890; Ed. Hooker, editor and 
publisher. 

CLARENDON, c.li., Monroe Co.,o 
600 pop., terminus of Arkansas Midland, 
on St. Louis, Arlcansas & Texas Rds. 
and White r., 43 m. W. of Helena. Has 
saw and grist mills, cotton gin and wag- 
on factory. In agricultural section. 

MONROE CO. SUN; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18.X24; subsci'iption $1.50; 
established 1877; W. E. Spencer, editor; Sun 
Printing Co., publishers; circulation L2. 

CLARKSVILLE, c. h., Johnson Co., 
V] 96U+ pop., on Little Rock & Ft. Sndth Rd., 
102 m. N. W. of Little Rock. Has flouring 
and planing mills and cotton gin. 
HEK.AI.D-JOURNAI..; Thursdays; in- 
dependent; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1887; Ludwig & Moore, edi- 
tors; Clarksvllle Printing Co., pul)lishers; cir- 
culation K 2. 

CLINTON, c. h., Van Buren Co., ^ 
3.511+ pop., on Little Red r., abo>itia4m. N. W. 
of Little Rock. Has cotton mill and gin. 

VAN BUREN CO. DEMOCRAT; 

Tuesdays; democratic; four pages lHx24; 
subscription $1; established 1887; P. C. Ben- 
nett, edltoraiid publisher; circulation L2. 



ARKANSAS. 



COAL HILL, Johnson Co., b 200 

pop., on Little Rock & Ft. Smith Rd. 

BANNER; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; established 1888; Wellborn & 
Tolbert, editors and publishers; circ'n L2. 

CONWAY, c.h.,i''«?^Z/j»er Co., u 1,400 
pop., on Little Rock & Ft. Smith Rd., 30 
m. from Little Rock. Cotton chief product. 

FAULKNER CO. \^ HEEL,; Wednes 
days; labor; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$1; established 1887; G. B. Farmer, editor 
and pulilisher; circulation K 1. 

LOG CABIN ; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1879 ; J. W. Underbill, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2 ;;;:!;. 

HENDRIX COLLEGE MIRROR; 
monthly; educational; twenty eight pages 
8x11; subscription 50 cents; estaliliNhed 1889; 
Students of HendrLx College, editors and pub- 
lishers; a college paper; issued during col- 
legiate year. 

CORNING, c. h., Clmj Co., [3- 1,000 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Rd. Has saw mills and a cotton gin. 
Agricultural region. 

INDEX; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1887; Z. T. Daniel, editor; W. W. Constant and 
E. Daniel, publishers and proprietors; circu- 
lation K 1. 

COTTON PLANT, Woodruff Co., D- 

oOO pop., on Batesville iv: Brinkley Rd., 8 m. 

N. of Brinkley. Has saw mills and cotton 

gins. 

ARKANSIAN; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 18.\25; subscription 81; established 
189J; J.J. Morrill, editor and publisher. 

DALLAS, c. li., Polk Co., -n 700 pop., 

90 m. S. of Fort Smith. Agricultural and 

mining country. 

COURIER; Thursdays; democratic ; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
ishedl881; P. H. Rice, editor; Kice & Lane, 
publishers; circulation L2. 

DES ARC, c. h. Prairie Co., D 548 
pop., on White r., 15 m. N. of the line of 
Memphis & Little Rock Rd. Agricultural 
and lumbering district. 

PRAIRIE CO. DEMOf RAT: Frl 

days; democratic; four pages 17x24; subscrip- 
tion $1.25; established 189U; Allan C. Mathews, 
editor and publisher. 

DE WITT, c. li., Arkansas Co., a- 400 
pop., 20 m. from Goldman, the nearest rail- 
road point. Stock raising and agriculture. 
GAZETTE; Wednesdays: democratic; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1884; J. P. Poynter, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

ELDORADO, c. li., Union Co., p 443 

pop., 145 m. from Little Rock, the State 

capital. Cotton tlie principal product. 

PUBLIC SENTIMENT; Thursdays; 
independent; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1H87; J. C. Langford, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 

EUREKA SPRINGS, c. li., Carroll 
Co., \3 4,.500 pop., on Eureka Springs Rd. 
Noted for its healing springs. Populaticm 
at the heiglit of the season about 10,000. 
Mineral and agricultural district. 
ECHO; every morning except Sunday, 

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18x14: sill iscription— daily $7.K0, weekly $1.5<); 
estal)lisli(Ml I'^s,"); Carletoiic^Overstrut, editors 
and piililislRTs: circ'n— daily K 1, weekly K 1. 

1>I<) K X 1 > (i STAU ; every inoruiug, and 
SUN DA V !STAK, Sundays; independent : 
four p;ij,'es— daily V.ix'iO, Sunday lBx2,;; sub- 
scription—daily sn, Sunday SI: established 
1890; Miller & Smirli, editors and publishers. 

PEOPLE'S SUN; Saturdays; independ- 
•eut; four pages; subscription 25 cents; es- 
tal)lished IS'.iU; J. Claude Oldham, editor and 
pul)lishcr. 

SUNDAY STAR; (see ^Foniliig Star.) 

TI.IIES: Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 20x-Jf); subscription $1.5U; established 
1881; Geo. Weymouth, editor and publisher; 
•circulation K 2. 

EVENING SHADE, c. h., Sharp 

Co., [^ 351) pop. Has saw and grist mills 

and wagon and harness factories. 

SHARP CO. RECORD; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 
451; established 18Ti; E. G. Henderson, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1 ^s-;. 

EAYETTEVILLE, c. li., Washing- 
ton Co., Yl 3,000 pop., on the St. Louis & San 
Francisco and Pacific & Great Eastern 
Rds., 170 m. N. W. of Little Rock. Seat of 
the State University. An agricultural, coal, 
lead and Iron-producing region. 

ARKANSAS SENTINELi; Tues- 
days; democratic; four pages 22x28; sub- 
scription SI. 50; established 1875; Patridge & 
Reaiiaii, editors and publishers; circ'n J a;!:;-:. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 18x26; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1868; S. E. Marrs, editor; Democrat 
Publishing Co., publishers; circulation K 1. 

REPUBIilCAN; Fridays; republican; 
four pages 17x24 ; subscription .$1.25: estab- 
lished 1SS5; D. C.Ambrose, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

WASHINGTON CO. REVIEW; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages 15x24; 
subscription $1; established 1890; Thomas 
Brooks, editor and publisher. 

FORDYCE, Dallas Co., g 800 pop., 
on the St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas Rd. 
Center of a cotton district. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages 16x22; subscription $1; 
established 1884; P. H. Thomas, editor and 
publisher; circulation K ^2. 

rORREST CITY, c. h., St. Francis 

Co., a- 2,000 pop., on crossing of Memphis & 
Little Rock and St. Louis, Iron Mountain 
& Southern Rds., 45 m. W. of Memphis, 
Tenn.. and 90 E. of Little Rock. A stock 
and cotton-shipping point. 
TIMES; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; established 
1871 ; Landvoigt & Vadakin, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation K 2. 

rORT SMITH, c. h., Sebastian Co., 

-O 1 l,2;iM- pop., terminus of Little Rock & Ft. 
Sniitli and Si. Louis & San Francisco Rds., 
and on Arkansas r., 16? in. W. by N. of Little 
Rook. Has electric lights, gas works, ice 
factory, street railways, saw and planing 
mills, furniture factories, cotton compress 
and oil-seed mills, and exports corn, fruit, 
cotton, stock, lumber, hides, etc. Sur- 
rounded by farming country. 

EVENING CALL; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; independent; eight pages 16x22; 
subscription s9: established 1890; A. A. Powe, 
editor and publisher. 



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TIi>IES ; every morning except Sunday, 
and Ti:>IES. JOURNAL, Fridavs; demo- 
cratic; four pages— ilaily 18x24, weekly 20x26; 
subscription— daily .ftlO, weeklv $1; estab- 
lished 1885; G. R. Williams, editor; Times 
Publishing Co., publishers; circulation— dally 
J 1 ;1;:!;, weeklv I 2 . 

ARKANSAS VOLKSBLATT; Thurs- 
days ; German; independent; four pages 
21x27; subscription $2; established 18s6; Er- 
nest Pope, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

ELEVATOR; Fridays; democratic; four 
I pages 22x28; subscription $t; established 
1 1878; Weldon & Weaver, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation E 2:J::i;. 

REPUBLICAN; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages 20x26; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1890; R. A. Caldwell, editor and 
publisher. 

TIMES-JOURNAL; (see Times.) 

FOUKE, Miller Co., p on Texas & St. 

Louis Rd. Lumbering district. 

RECORD; Fridays; four pages 13x20; 
subscription 75 cents; establishe<l 1S90; J. A. 
Watson, editor; J. F. Shaw, publisher. 

SABBATH OUTPOST; monthly; free 
baptist; four pages 14x20; estaldisned 18S8; 
J. F. Shaw and J. S. Powers, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

GAINESVILLE, Greene Co., cf 350t 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern 
Rd. Has grist mill and cotton gin. 

GREENE CO. EVENTS; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 16x22; subscription 
$1; established 1882; Frank M. Daulton, editor 
and publisher; circulation L 2. 

GALVESTON, Lafayette Co.,p (see 
New Lewlsville.) 

GREEN FOREST, Carroll Co., tl 
20 I p<ip., 12 m. S. E. of Eureka Springs and 4 
S. of Berry ville, the two county seats. Agri- 
cultural district. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; Independent; 
eight pages 13x20 ; subscription $'[ ; estab- 
lished 1890; George Camp, editor; B. B. Es- 
linger, publisher. 

GREENWAY, Clay Co., ^ 650t pop., 
on St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas Rd., 79 m. 
from Cairo, 111. Manufacturing and farm- 
ing are the leading industries. 

CLAY CO. COURIER; Fridavs^ 
democratic; four pages 15x22; subseri])tion 
$1; established 1889; F. M. Carter, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

GREENWOOD, c. li., Sebastian Co., 

-a 550 pop., 16 m. from Fort Smith, the other 

county seat. In a cotton district. 

DEMOCRAT ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 18.x24 ; subscription Si ; estab- 
lished 18i3; Hampton >* Bell, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 1. 

HACKETT CITY, Sebastian Co.. -o 
1,000 pop., on St. Louis & San Francisco Rd., 
16 m. 8. of Fort Smith. Has cotton mills 
and gins and brick and lumber yards. In 
agricultural and mining district. 
HORSE SHOE; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages 20x26; subscription $1; 
established 1hs6: R. S. Bridgnian, editor and 
liublishcr; circulation h 2. 

HAMPTON, c. h., Calhoun Co., Q 150 

pop. In agricultural region. 

CALHOUN COURIER; Wednes- 
days; democratic; fnur pages 15x22; sub- 
scription .SI; established l-^s.^; a. G. Moore, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1 H^H^. 



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HARRISON, c. li., Boo7ie Co., "□ l,476t 
pop., 40 m. from Eureka Springs and 90 
from Springfield, Mo. Engaged in milling, 
manufacturing and agriculture. 

BOONE BANNER; Thui-!3days; demo- 
cratic ; four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1.50: 
established 18S4; A. C. Hull, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K2^:i::^. 

METHODIST HERALD; Thursdays; 
methodist-episcopal; four pages lOxlS; sub- 
scription $1; established 1889; R. L. Selle, edi- 
tor; R. L. Selle & Co., publishers; clrc'u K 2. 

NORTH ARKANSAS HERALD; 
Fridays; republican; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1888; H. E. Sharpe, 
editor and pul)lisher: circulation L 2. 

TIMES; Saturdays; democratic; four 

ages 20x26; subscription $1.50; estab- 
ished 1876 ; J. R. Newman, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2 ^^. 



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HAZEN, Prairie Co., a 300 pop., on 
Memphis & Little Rock Rd., 13 m. S. W. of 
Des Arc, the county seat. Agricultural dis- 
trict. 

STAR; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 17x24; subscription $1; established 1889; 
Ripley A. Moore and Sallie E. Moore, editors 
and publishers. 

HEBER, c. h., Cleburne Co., [^ 300 

pop., 34 m. from Searcy. Has saw and grist 

mill and cotton gin. Stock raising and 

farming are the leading industries. 

JACKSONIAN; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 13.x20; subscription $1.25; 
established 1888; George W. Reed, editor; 
S. S. Mason, publisher: circulation K 1. 

TOILERS' ADVOCATE; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1888; A. N. Barlow, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2 ii^ili. 

HELENA, c. li., Phillips Co., n-5,185t 
pop., on Arkansas Midland and St. Louis, 
Iron Mountain & Soutliern Rds. and Missis. 
sippl r., 80 m. below Memphis, Tenn. Ship- 
ping point for lumber cotton and cotton- 
seed oil. A manufacturing town. 

WORLD; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages — daily 18x24, weekly 22x28; 
subscription — daily $10, weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished 1871 ; Win. S. Burnett, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation— daily L 2, weekly K 2. 

PEOPLE'S FRIEND; Saturdays; four 
pages 16x22; subscription ,$1.50; established 
1888; Littlejohn & Morris, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L2; organ of the Sons 
and Daughters of the Sons of Jacob of Amer- 
ica, a negro organization. 

SOUTHERN REVIEW; Saturdays; 
independent- republican; four pages 19x24; 
subscription $1.S0; established ISS.'J; J. T. 
White, editor; Benevolent Church Aid and 
Relief Society, publishers; circulation L2; 
organ of the negro race. 

'H.O'P'E, Hempstead Co., JH 2,000 pop., on 
Arkansas & Louisiana and St. Louis, Iron 
Mountain & Southern Rds., 32 m. from Tex- 
arkana. Has sewing-machine factory, lum- 
ber and planing mills .and water works. 

SPIRIT OF HOPE; semi-weekly, Mon- 
days and Thursdays; four pages 11x15; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1887; J. M. Butler, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; deiiioeratic; four 
pages 18x24; sub.scription $1.50; establislied 
1884; J. L. TuUis, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 2. 

HOT SPRINGS, c. h., Garland Co., 
D 7,115+ pop., on St. Louis, IronMountaln & 



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Southern Rd., 55 m. from Little Rock and 7 
from Ouachita r. Hot and cold mineral 
springs make it a health resort. Has- 
smelters and saw and planing mills. De- 
posits of lead and silver ores in vicinity. 

NEWS; every evening, and WEEKLY^ 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages— daily 
16x22, weekly 13x20; subscription— daily $10^ 
weekly $1; established 1880; J. L. Wadley, 
editor and publisher; circulation— daily K 2, 
weekly J 1. 

SENTINEL; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays ; independ* 
ent;four pages— dally 16x22, weekly 18x24;; 
subscription— dally $10, weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished—dally 1873, weekly 1879; Ellis Wool- 
man, editor and publisher ; circulation- 
daily J U weekly J 1. 

BULLETIN ; Saturdays; literary; four 
pages 16x23; subscription .$2; established 
1890; Mrs. Sue L. James, editor and publisher. 

DIOCESE OF ARKANSAS; month- 
ly; protestant-episcopal; eigiit pages 7x10; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1889; Rev. 
W. J. Miller, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion J 1 ;!:^:^. 

ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL? 
monthly; sixteen pages 10x14; subscription 
$1; established 1890; Charles Cutter, editor 
and publisher. 

SEND ME ; monthly; philanthropic; 
twelve pages 7x10; subscription 25 cents; es- 
tablished 1890; Mrs. Lou A. Hotchkiss, editor 
and publisher. 

HUNTINGTON, Sebastian Co. -a 
1,000+ pop., ou Mansfield Branch of St. Louis 
& San Francisco Rd., .30 nl. from Fort Smith.. 
The Kansas and Texas Coal Comjjany is 
located here. 

HERA LD ; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription. $1; established 
1888; Herald Printing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation K 1 :l;:iJ^. 

HUNTSVILLE, c. h., Madison Co.^ 

"d 500 pop., 30 m. from Fayetteville. Has- 
saw and grist mills. In a farming and stock- 
raising district. 

MADISON CO. DEMOCRAT; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages 17x24; sub- 
scription $1; established 1885; J. T. Page, edi- 
tor and publislier; circulation K 1. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; independent;, 
four pages 16x22: subscription $1; established 
1885; A. Lowe, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2. 

JAMESTOWN, Independence Co., ts 
300+ pop., 3 ni. from White r. and 7 m. from; 
Batesville, the county seat. Cotton, grairv 
and stock-raising country. Some manga- 
nese ore. 

COURIER; Thursdays; democratic^ 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1884; B. B. Watklns, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

JASPER, c. h., Newton Co., t] 200 
pc^., on Buffalo r., 100 m. N. N. W. of Little 
Rock. Agricultural and mining section. 
SENTINEL; Thursdays; four pages 

15x22: subscription $1; established 1890; 1. C. 

Murphy, editor and j)Ublisher. 

JONESBORO, c. h., Craighead Co., cf 
2,100 pop., on Kansas City, Ft. Scott & Gulf 
and St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas Rds., 150m. 
from Little Rock, the State capital. Has 
.saw mills and cotton gins. In farming 
section. 

CRAIGHEAD CO. SUN; Fridays; in- 
dependent; eight pages 15.x22; subscription 



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ARKANSAS. 



$1.25; established 1888; Emmet Rodgers, editor 
and publisher; circulatiou L2. 

TIMES ; Thursdays ; democratic ; eight 
past'S 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
18T4; J. D. C. Cobb, editor; Cobb & Son, pub- 
lishers; circulation K 2 Hs. 

CROWLEY'S RIDGE BAPTIST; 
monthly; baptist; four pages 1,3x20; suljscrip- 
tiou 50 cents; established 1890; M. Ball, editor 
and publisher. 

JUDSONIA, White Co., n 800 pop., 

at head of navigation on Little Red r., 8 

m. from Searcy and 52 N. of Little Rock, on 

St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd. 

Fruit growing and stock raising are the 

chief industries. A shipping point. 

ADVANCE; Wednesdays; eight pages 
13x20; subscription $1; established 1878; E. C. 
Kinney, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

KINGSLAND, Cleveland Co., g 393t 

pop., on St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas Rd., 32 
m. S. W. of Pine Bluff. Cotton and yellow 
pine lumber are the chief products. 

CLEVELAND CO. DEMOCRAT; 

Fridays; democratic; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1; established 1886; W. A. Varnell, 
editor; Democrat Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation K 2 il;;-:. 

LAKE VILLAGE, c. h., Chicot Co., 

Q, 100 pop., 5 m. W. of Mississippi r. and 17 

S. of Arkansas City. In agricultural region. 

CHICOT PRESS : Fridays; farmers- 
alliance; four pages 13x20; subscription $1; 
established 1890; George C. Shell, editor and 
publisher. 

LEAD HILL, Boo7ie Co., tl 253 pop., 
70 m. from Springfield, Mo. Has mining and 
smelting company, also engaged in manu- 
facturing. Agriculture and mining. 

HERALD; Wednesdays ; republican ; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
188S; J. A. Lewis, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2. 

LITTLE ROCK, c. h., PulasM Co., n 
State Capital, 22,496+ pop., on Little Rock 
& Memphis and St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Southern Rds. and Arkansas r., 300 m. 
from its mouth. Cotton market. Has 
cottonseed oil mills, gas works, railroad 
machine shops, cooperage shops and street 
railroads. United States Court House, 
School for the Blind, State Lunatic Asylum, 
Deaf Mute Institute and Methodist Uni- 
versity are located here. 

ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT; every 

evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays; democratic; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription— daily $7.50, weekly $1; estab- 
lished 1871; Arkansas Democrat Co., editors 
and publishers; circ'n— daily I 2 , weekly H 1. 

ARKANSAS GAZETTE; every 
morning except Monday, and WEEKLY", 
Tliursdays; democratic; eight pages lsx23; 
BUl>scription— daily $10, weekly $1; eslal> 
Ushed 1819: Gazette Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation— daily G Ui;:!;, 
weekly 2*:';. 

ARKANSAS BAPTIST; Thursdavs; 
baptist; eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; 
established 188U; Clark & Holt, editors and 
publishers: circulation f;i::::|;. 

ARKANSAS I>IETIIODIST ; Wed- 
nesdays: methodisteiiisciipal, south: eight 
pages loxXi; subscription $1.50; established 
1881 ; Bennett & Thornburgh, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation Fl:l::i:*. ^^^- Actual] 
average for the past year 10,500 copies. \ 



ARKANSAS. 



ARKANSAS PRESS; Sundays; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; 
established 1889; Geo. R. Brown and Chas. H. 
Lewis, editors and publishers; circ'n II 2. 

ARKANSAS STAATS ZEITUNG; 
Saturdays ; German ; independent ; four 
pages 22x28; subscription $2.50; established 
1878; Phillip Dietzgeu, editor and publisher; 
circulation J 1. 

ARKANSAS STATE REGISTER; 
Saturdays; republican; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 1889; The Register 
Publishing Co., publishers: circulation 1 1 . 

ARKANSAW DISPATCH; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1886; W. H. Bu- 
ford, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

ARKANSAW TRAVELER; (see 
Chicago. 111.) 

BAPTIST VANGUARD; Saturdays; 
baptist; four pages 1.5x22; subscription $1; 
established 1882; Executive Board of the Ar- 
kansas Baptist State Convention, editors and 
publishers; circulatiou J 1 ^; an organ of the 
negro race. 

CHRISTIAN; Saturdays ; Christian: 
eight pages 9x12; subscription $1: established 
1889; T. J. Shelton, editor and publisher. 

DEAF MUTE OPTIC; Saturdays; 
eight pages 10x14; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1881; F. D. Clark, editor and publisher: 
circulation K l^i^^H; a school paper; i.ssuea 
during the school vear. 

MOSAIC GUIDE; Saturdays ; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
ISSS; Guide Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L2. 

REPUBLICAN; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1880; W. Jasper Blackburn, editor and 
publisher: circulation K 2. 

RURAL AND WORKMAN; Thurs- 
days; agricultural; sixteen pages 11x14: sub- 
scriptions!. 50; established 1880; S. H. Nowlin, 
editor; S. H. Nowlin, Son & Co., publishers; 
circulation H 2. 

WOMAN'S CHRONICLE; Saturdays; 
woman's suffrage: eight pages 11x15; sub- 
scription $1; established 1888; MissKateCun- 
ninghani, editor and publisher; circ'n J I A*. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDU- 
CATION ; (see St. Louis, Mo.) 

ANGLO-SAXON CHURCHMAN; 
monthly; protestant-episcopal; eight pases 
9x12; subscription $1; established 1887; The 
Anglo-Saxon Churchman, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulatiou J 1 ;I;;!;. 

ARKANSAS CHRISTIAN; 
monthly; Christian; eight pages 6x12; sub- 
scription $1; established 18S9; T. J. Shelton, 
editor; Christian Printing Co., publishers; 
circulation J 1 . 

JOURNAL OF THE STATE MED- 
ICAL SOCIETY OF ARKANSAS; 
monthly; medical: si.xtv pages 6x10: subscrip- 
tion $2; estal)lisheil 1S90: Lorenzo P. Gibson, 
M. D., editor and i>nblislu'i-. 

MASONIC TROWEL; monthly; ma- 
sonic ; eight pages 18x23; subscription ,$1; 
established 18S7; George Thornburgh, editor 
and publisher: circ'n I2-:r5l::i:. isrr Actual 
arerafie for tliepast year 2,51 18 cojiies. 

PYTHIAN ADVOCATE; monthly; 
Knights of Pythias; sixteen jiages 9x12; 
subscription $1; established lS!-!»; Renton 
Tuiinah, editor and imblisher; circ'n ,1 1 ;1::|:. 
SOUTHERN SCHOOL JOURNAL; 
monthly; educational; eight pages 11x14; sub- 
scription .50 cents; established 18s9: J. H. 
Shinn, editor and publisher; circ'n J 2 :i:;j::H. 

LOCKESBURG, c. h., Sevier Co., p 

450 pop., 150 ni. S. W. of Little Rock, the State 

capital. Cotton-shipping point. 

SEVIER CO. DEMOCRAT; Thurs- 
days; democratic; elglit pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $1; established 18,8.8; H. A. Turner, 
editor and i)Ubllsher; circulation L2. 

LONOKE, c. li., Lonoke Co., D 1,500 
pop., on Little Rock & Memphis Rd., 23 m. 



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E. of Little Rock and 110 W. of Memphis, 
Tenn. Has saw and grist mills. A cotton- 
sliipping point and center of trade for the 
surrounding country. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; deinoeratic ; 
four pages 20x26 ; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1872 ; W. F Hicks, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1 ^:H- 

MAGNOIilA, c. h., Columbia Co., p 

1,550 pop., on St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas 

Bd. Has saw and grist mills. 

COLUMBIA BANNER ; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages 20x26 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1878; R. L. Emerson & Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation J 2 ;i;^'- 

COLUMBIA RECORD; Mondays; 
four pages 17x24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1884; Killgore & Thomas, editors and 
publishers; circulation L2. 

MALVERN, c.h., Hot Spring Co., n 
l,o65+ pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Southern Rd., 25 m. from Hot Springs. Raises 
cotton, corn, cereals and small fruits. 

ARKANSAS METEOR; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages 18.x24 : subscription 
$1.50; established 1880; W. D. Leiper, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1 ;iJ;l:. 

ARKANSAS STATE JOURNAL; 
Saturdays; democratic; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1.5i); established 188S; Walker 
& Lee, editors and publishers; cire'n L 2 ikvr. 

DEMOCRATIC GUARD; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1888; J. G. Woods, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

MAMMOTH SPRING, Fulton Co., 
6 1,100+ pop., on Kansas City, Ft. Scott & 
Memphis Bd. Has cotton manufactory. 

MONITOR; Saturdays; eight pages 
15x22; subscription .I);! ; established 1888; P.P. 
B. H.vnson, editor and publisher; circ'u L2. 

MANSFIELD, Sebastian Co., -n 400 
pojj., on St. Louis & San Francisco Bd., 32 ni. 
S. S. E. of Ft. Smith. Cotton-raising district. 

ALLIANCE PATRIOT; Thursdays; 
farmers' alliance; eight iiages 15x22: sub- 
scription $1: established 1890; Dan Hogau, 
editor and publisiier. 

SCHOOLROOM SUNBEAMS : semi 
monthly; educational; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1889; E. C. Bobert- 
son, editor and publisiier; circulation L2. 

MARBLE CITY, (WILLCOCKSON 

P. O.) Newton Co., "□ 104+ pop., 50 m. from 
p:ureka Springs. In a farming and mining 
section. 

HIGHLANDER; Saturdays ; four 
pages 15-K22; subscription .$1.50: established 
1889; B. C. Tallmrt, editor and publisher; cir- 
ulation L2 ;1::I;. 

MARIANNA, c. li., Lee Co., n- 750 
pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Rd. and at head of navigation on 
L'Anguille r., a branch of St. Francis r., 
26 m. from Helena. Cotton-shipping point. 
INDEX; Thursdays; democratic; eight 

pages 18x24; subscription $1 ; established 

1874; Weld & Clark, editors and pubUshers; 

circulation K 2 ;I:5|;^- 
LEE CO. C O U IM E R ; Saturdays: 

democratic; four pages I7x24; subscription 

$1; established IH'.IO; James E. Wood, editor 

an<l jjubllsher. 

MARION, c. li., Crittenden Co., a- 
200 pop., on Kansas City, Ft. Scott & Mem- 
phis Rd., 4 m. W. of Mississippi r. and 9 



ARKANSAS. 



N. W. of Memphis, Tenn. Farming and 

lumbei'ing region. 

REFORM ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1889; J. J. Cox, editor and publisher. 

MARSHALL, c. h., Searcy Co., ^ 300 
pop. Engaged in agricultural pursuits. 

DEMOCRAT ; Thursdays ; Independ- 
ent ; four pages 17x24; subscription $1; 
established 18SS; The Democrat Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation L2. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
four pages 16.x22; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1890; Cicero Brown, editor; Republican 
Printing Co., publishers. 

MELBOURNE, c. h., Izard Co., [j 

450 pop., 30 m. N. of Batesville. Cotton- 
raising district. 

IZARD CO. REGISTER ; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages 15x22 : subscription 
$1 ; established 1880 ; David Craige, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1. 

MONTIGELLO, c. li., Drew Co., O^ 
891 pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Southern Rd., 85 m. S. by E. of Little Rock, 
the State capital, and about 35 from Missis- 
sippi r. Has saw and grist mills. 

MONTICELLONIAN; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 13x20: subscription 
$1.50; established 1870; James R. Gotham, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation K 1 ^l;;!;. 

MORRILLTON, c.h., Conwaij Co., a 
1,650+ pop., on Little Rock & Ft. Smith Rd., 
50 m. W. of Little Bock. Has cotton gin 
and saw and grist mills. 

HEADLIGHT; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1874 ; J. O. Blakeuoy, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation J 1 :'fi. 

PILOT ; Fridays; democratic; twelve 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
18S9; Pilot Printing Co., editors and publish- 
ers; circulation J 1 Sj::!:; issue also the Atkins 
Pope Co. Mail. 

MOUNTAIN HOME, e. h., Baxter 

Co., i 500 pop., 110 m. S. E. of Sprlngfleld, 

Mo. Has saw mills and cotton gins. 

BAXTER CO. CITIZEN ; Thurs- 
days; democratic; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1; established 188(1; J. A. Carter, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2 ^i^:. 

MULBERRY, Franklin Co., )j 850 
pop., on Little Rock & Ft. Smith Rd., 28 m. 
from Fort Smith. Has a number of gins and 
mills. lu an agricultural section. 
TIMES; Fridays; democratic; four pages 
16x22; subscription $1 ; established 1886; Frank 
Ibbotson, editor and publisher; cire'n L2. 

NASHVILLE, Howard Co., p 1,200 

pop., terminus of Arkansas and Louisiana 

Rd. Has saw and grist mills. 

NEWS; Saturdays ; democratic : eight 
pages l:!x20; subscription $1.50; established 
1879 ; W. W. Turner, editor and publi.sher; 
circulation K 1. 

NEW LEWISVILLE, (GALVES- 
TON P. O.) Lafayette Co., p on St. Louis, 
Arkansas & Texas Rd., 60 m. from Shreve- 
port, La. In cotton raising section. 

LA FAYETTE RECORDER ; Fri- 
days; eight i)ages 13x20; subscription $1.50; 
estal)lishe(i 18S8; T. E. Price, editor and pub- 
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NEWPORT, ^«c^-so?i Co., a'2,600 pop., 
on Batesville & Briiikley and St. Louis, Iron 
Mountain & Southern Rds. and Wliite r., 8'2 
ni. N. E. of Little Roclc, the State capital. 
Has saw and shingle mill, stair factory, 
oil mill and stovo factory. 
EVENING NEWS; every evening ex- 
cept Sundav, and NEWS, Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages— daily 15x2^, weekly 20x26; 
.subscription— daily $6, weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished—daily 1889. weekly 1872; J. J. Flahiff, 
editor and "publisher; circ'n— weekly K 1. 

JACKSON CO. HERALD ; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages 18x24: sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1876; T. T. Ward, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 
NEWS; (see Evening News.) 

OSCEOLA, c. h., Mississippi Co., cf 
452t pop., on Mississippi r., 87 ni. above Mem- 
phis, Tenn. Shipping point and trade center. 

TIMES; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24: subscription $1; established 
1869; Leon Roussan, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1:1;^:. 

PARAGOULD, c. h., Greene Co., cf 

l,6lK>i- pop., at the intersection of St. Louis, 

Iron Mountain & Southern and St. Louis, 

Arkansas & Texas Rds. Has stave and 

■wagon factories, sa'w mills and cotton gins. 

Engaged in timber business. 

PRESS ; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 20x25; subscription $1; established 
1878; W. A. H. Mc Daniel, editor; Press Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation J 2. 

PARIS, c. h., Logan Co., -a 800 pop., 
55 ni. from Fort Smith. Agricultural district. 

EXPRESS; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 20.x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1880; Wm. M. Greenwood, editor and 
publisher: circulation K 1. 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; independent: four 
pages 16x22: subscription $1; established 
1885: \Y. H. H. Harley, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2 ;1:;H. 

PERRYVILLE. c. h., Perry Co., a 
611) pop., on Fourche la Fave r., 45 m. N. W. 
of Little Rock, the State capital. River 
steamboats land here. Timber Is the chief 
product. 

NEWS; Fridays ; democratic ; four 

pages 18.X24; subscription $1; established 
1831; Wm. T. Gadd, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2 :|:;'^. 

PINE BLUFF, c. h., Jefferson Co., n 
9,932+ pop., on Pine Bluff, Monroe & New Or- 
leans, St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas and St. 
Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rds. and 
Arkan.sas r., at head of low water naviga- 
tion, 42 m., from Little Rock, the State 
capital. Cotton is the staple product. Lum- 
ber, oil and grist mills are operated. 

CO>IMERCIA IjJ every evening except 
Sunilay, and AV'EEKIiY, Sundays; demo- 
cratic; four pages— dully isx24, weekly 22x30; 
subscription— daily $10, weekly §1.50; estab- 
lished 1881 ; Charles Gordon Newman, editor 
and publisher; circ'n— daily L2, weekly J 1. 

ECHO; Satunlays; republican; foiu- 
pages 18x21; subscription $1.5ii: established 
18S9; J. C. Duke, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation, J 1 :H5!j: an organ of the negro race. 

«»RA PHIC ; Fridays ; democratic; eight 
pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1887; J. W. Adams, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 



ARKANSAS. 



PRESS - EAGIiE ; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 22x28; subscription $2; 
established 1868; Arthur Murray, editor and 
publisher; circulation .1 1. 

POCAHONTAS, c. h., Randolph Co.. 

cf 600 pop., head of navigation on Black r. 

Agricultural, timber, cotton and live-stock 

district. 

RANDOLPH HERALD; Thursdays; 

democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1881; J. N. Bolen, editor and 
publisher : circulation .J 2 ^:. 

PRAIRIE GROVE, Washington 

Co., "d 300 pop., 12 m. from Fayetteville, 

the couuty seat. Has a grist mill, cotton 

gin and marble yard. Farming region. 

BANNER; Fridays; four pages 18.\24; 
subscription $1; established 1887; H. Milton 
Butler, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1 :•:;■:; 
official organ of the Washington Co. Farm- 
ers' Alliance and Industrial Union. 

PRESCOTT, c. li., Nevada Co., JJ 
1,500 pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Southern Rd. Has saw and grist mills and 
cotton gin. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; established 1890; J. J. 
Thomasson, editor and publislier. 

NEVADA CO. PICAYUNE; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1877; J. W. Gard- 
ner, editor and publisher; circ'n J l:l;:!:H;. 

QUITMAN, Cleburne Co., 6 200 pop.. 

13 m. S. W. of Heber, the county seat. 

Stock-raising and fanning district. 

MONITOR; Fridays; farmers' alliance; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1890; W. T. Hammock and E. E. Menees, 
editors and publishers. 

RECTOR, Clay Co., cf 350 pop., on 

St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas Rd., 12 m. W. 

of St. Francis r. Surrounded by farming 

country. 

STAR: Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1890; 
W. P. Adams, editor; W. A. H. McDanlel, 
publisher. 

RICHMOND, c. h.. Little River Co.. 

p 200 pop., 5 m. W. of line of Kansas City, 

Texas, Kansas & Gulf Rd. and 5 N. of Red r. 

Agricultural district. 

LITTLE RIVER PILOT; Fridays; 
farmers' alliance; four pages 17x24; sub- 
scription $1; established 1890; S S. P. Mills, 
editor cind publisher. 

RISON, Cleveland Co.. p 200+ pop., on 

St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas Rd., 25 m. from 

Pine Bluff. Agricultm-al section. 

BANNER; Thursdays; independent; foiu: 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1&88; G. H. Tisdale, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

ROGERS, ^enfoji Co., "□ 800 pop., on 

St. Louis & San Francisco Rd., 80 m. N. of 
Fort Smith. Has freight and round houses, 
flouring mills and frult-evaporatlng estab- 
lishments. 

NEW ERA ; Wednesdays ; four pages 
18x24 ; subscrlptl(m $1 ; established 1880; 
W. T. Davis, editor and publisher; circ'n K 2. 

REPUBLICAN; Thursdays: repub- 
lican; four i)ages 20.v26; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1S88; Roby & Chenowltli, editors 
and publishers; circulation K i. 



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RUSSELL VILLE, Pope Co., ti 1,800 
pop., on Little Rock & Ft. Smith and 
Dardanelle & Russellvllle Eds., 75 m. from 
Little Rock, the State capital. Has cotton, 
saw and grist mills. 

DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 2<)x26; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1874 ; Democrat Printing Co., editors 
and publishers ; circulation J 1. 

SALEM, c. h., Fulton Co., \^ 120 pop., 

30 m. from West Plains, Mo., about 18 from 
railroad and 50 from boat navigation. Sur- 
rounded by fertile soil, mineral deposits 
and timber lands. 

FULTON CO. BANNER; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages 15x22 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; establishecl 1884 ; Lee Davis, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

INFORMER; Saturdays ; four pages 
11x16; subscription $1; established 1879; 
Jesse Matthews, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

SEARCY, c. h., White Co., □ 2,100 pop., 
on Searcy Branch Rd. and Little Red r., 
about 55 m. N. E. of Little Rock. Sulphur, 
chalybeate and alum springs make it a re- 
sort for invalids. Seat of Searcy College for 
males and females. Shipping point for 
fruit, strawberries, pork and cotton. 

CITIZEN ; every morning, and WHITE 
CO. CITIZEN, Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages— daily 18x20, weekly 20x26; sub- 
scription—daily $4, weekly .$1 ; established — 
daily 1890, weekly 1854; Baugh & Kerr, editors 
and publishers; circulation — weekly L2^^is. 

ARKANSAS BEACON ; Fridays ; 
democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1.50; established 1878; Holland & Jobe, edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation .7 l:i;:l;H^. 

ECONOMIST; Fridays; Independent; 
eight pages 13x20 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1887; Homer Prince, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation I 1 si;:!:. 

WHITE CO. CITIZEN; (see Citizen.) 

SHERIDAN, c. h., Grant Co., a 400t 

pop., 25 ni. from Pine BlufC and about 83 m. 

S. W. of Little Rock. Agricultural section. 

HEADIiIGHT; Thursdays: four pages 
18x24; subscription $1.50; established 1881; 
J. S. Williams, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L 2 :J;;1;. 

SILO AM SPRINGS, Benton Co., ^ 
2,500 pop., 30 m. from Beutonville, the 
county seat. Has saw and grist mills and 
various manufactories. 

LOCOMOTIVE HERAIiD; Thurs- 
days; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1882; J. Van Butler, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1 5l;;i;. 

SPRINGDALE, Washington Co., \2 

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

10 m. N. of FayettevlUe, the county seat. 

Has flour mill, marble and lumber yards, 

and a canning establishment. A Baptist 

college here. 

NEWS 5 Saturdays : Independent : eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; established 
1887; J. P. Stafford, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L2. 

STAR CITY, c. h., Lincoln Co., 0, 
500 pop., 30 m. S. S. E. of Pine BlufC. Has a 
mill and gin. In a farming and cotton- 
raising district. 

lilNCOIiN LEDGER J Fridays; dem 
ocratlc ; four pages 18x24 ; subscription 



ARKANSAS. 



$1.50; established 1880; A. C. Wiley, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 

STEPHENS, Ouachita Co., g 150 pop.,, 
on St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas Rd., 21 m. 
from Camden, the county seat. Has saw 
milL In agricultural and timber region. 

GAZETTEER; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1888 ; N. T. Thomasson, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

STUTTGART, Arkansas Co., o- 1,600- 
pop., on St. Louis, Arkansas & Texas Rd., 3& 
m. from Little Rock, the State capital. 

GRAND PRAIRIE CHRONICLE^ 

Fridays; Independent; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $1 ; e.stablished 1887; W. Theo. Smith, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1 H^. 

STARj Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 17x24; subscription $1; established 1890; 
CUnt L. Price, editor and publisher. 

SULPHUR ROCK, Independence 

Co., [^ 300 pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain 
& Southern Rd., 9 m. E. of Batesville, the- 
county seat. In agricultural and mining 
section. 

ENTERPRISE ; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1890; T. L. Allison, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SULPHUR SPRINGS, -BewfoMCo., 

"□25 pop., 20m. from Bentonville, the county 

seat. Health resort. Situated in a farming 

district. 

SPEAKER; Thursdays; six pages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established 1888; J. R. Huff- 
man, editor an<l publisher; circulation L2. 

TEXARKANA, o h., Miller Co., J2 
3,486+ pop., terminus of St. Louis, Iron Moun- 
tain & Southern, Trans-Continental, Texas 
& Pacific, Texarkana & Ft. Smith and Tex- 
arkana & Shreveport and on St. Louis, Ar- 
kansas & Texas Rds. Has machine and 
boiler works and car shops, ice factories, 
oil mill and cotton compress and electric 
light. In pine lumber region. 
DEMOCRAT ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKliTf, Saturdays; de- 
mocratic ; four pages 18x24 ; subscription- 
daily $6, weekly $1; established 1883; E. A. 
Warren, editor and publisher; circulation — 
dailv K 1, weekly J 2. 

ARKANSAS AliMANCE ECONO- 
MIST AND COTTAGE HOME; Thurs- 
days; farmers' alliance; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1; established 1887; W. S. Grant, 
editor; J. B. Scott and T. Batte, publishers; 
circulation J 1 :1:;1:. 

VAN BUREN, c. h., Crawford Co., 
\2 2,500 pop., on Little Rock and Ft. Smith 
and St. Louis & San Francisco Rds. and 
Arkansas r., 160 m. W. by N. of Little Rock, 
the State capital. Has saw and planing 
mills, cotton gins and ice factories. 

ARGUS; Wednesdays; democratic; eight 
pages 16x22 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1875; Thayer Bros., editors and publishers; 
circulation K 2. 

GRAPHIC ; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1882; J M. Weaver, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

PRESS ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages 20x26 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1859; J. S. Dunham, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 



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WAIiDRON, c. h., Scott Co., -a 8oO 

I)<)p., 45 m. S. E. of Fort Smith. In cotton 

and farming district. 

REPORTER ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1879; M. M. Beavers, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation Jl^;;l;:i:; including one 
speciaJ edition. 

SCOTT CO. CITIZEN; Fridays; re- 
publican; eight pages 11x16; subscription $1; 
established 1887: A. G. Lemlng, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

WALNUT RIDGE, Lawrence Co., 

c/ 800t pop., on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 

Southern Rd., 40 m. from Newport and 120 

N. of Little Rock, the State capital. Has 

saw mills and gins and wagon factory. 

TELEPHONE; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1886; Anderson & King, editors and 
publishers; circulation J 1. 

WARREN, c. h., Bradleij Co., g 400 

pop., ou St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Rd., 50 m. S. of Pine Bluff and 100 S. of 
Little Rock. Cotton-growing district. 

NEWS; Thursdays ; democratic ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1886; John H. Page, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

WASHINGTON, c. h., Hempstead 

Co., p 1,000 pop., on Arkansas & Louisiana 

Rd., 10 m. from Hope. Farming region. 

PRESS; Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages lSx20; subscription $1.50; established 
1S76; W. S. Eakin, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

WILLCOCKSON, Newton Co., 

\3 (see Marble City). 
WYNNE, Cross Co., n- 500 pop., at 

Junction Memphis & Helena branches St. 

Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rd., 45 m. 

from Memphis, Tenn. Farming region. 

RIPSAW; Wednesdays; four pages 
22xo0; subscription $1; establi.shed 1888; Free- 
man & Burr, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion J 1. 

CALIFORNIA. 

ADIN, Modoc Co., [^ 450 pop., on Ash 

creek. Has saw and planing mills. Farm- 
ing and stock-raising district. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $3; estalilished 
1881; E. M. Wilson, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2. 

ALAMEDA, Alameda Co., -o 11,1841 
pop., oil Southern Pacific Co's Rd., and on 
E. shore of San Francisco bay, 11 m. from 
San Francisco. Ornamented with a pro- 
fusion of majestic oaks. Has electric lights 
and street railways. An excursion jjlace 
for residents of San Francisco and vicinity. 

ARGUS; senil-weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays; republican ; four pages 20x26; 
subscription $3; established 1877; T. G. 
Daniells, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

ENCINAL.; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays ; independent ; four pages 20x26; 
subscription $S ; established 1869 ; F. K. 
Krauth, editor and publisher; circ'n J 1. 

ALESSANDRO, San Bernardino Co., 
O, on California Southern Rd., 21 ni. S. 



Agri- 



of San Bernardino, the county seat. 

cultural and fruit-growing district. 

ORANGE BELT; monthly; commer- 
cial; twelve pages 11x17; subscription $\; 
established 1890; L. M. Holt, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

AXFA, Sliasta Co., ^ 60 m. from Sisson 

and 85 from Millvllle. In farming section. 

ADVANCE; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages 13x20; subscription $l..'jO; estab- 
lished 1888; F. L. Montgomery, editor and 
publisher. 

ALH.AM.SB.A, Los Angeles Co., g 400 

pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 8 m. 

from Los Angeles, the county seat. Oranges, 

lemons, grapes and other fruits and the 

cereals are the chief products. 

REVIEW; Fridays; four pages 13x20; 
subscription $1.M; established 1889; O. L. & 
C. E. Eddy, editors and publishers ; circ'n L 2. 

AliTURAS, c. h., Modoc Co., jh 600 
pop., on Pitt r. Has sash and door fac- 
tory. Agricultural and stock-raising sec- 
tion. 

MODOC; Thursdays; democratic; four 

pages 16x21; subscription $3; established 1874; 
R.L. Sloss, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

NEW ERA; Wednesdays; democratic: 
four pages 16x24; subscription $3; estahlished 
1888; Anderson & Sloss, editors and publishers; 
circulation K I:-;;!;. 

ANAHEIM, Orange Co., g 1,100 pop., 
on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 28 m. S. of 
Los Angeles and in the Valley of Santa Ana, 
12 from Pacific Ocean. Has various manu- 
factures. Wiue making and orange grow- 
ing are the leading industries. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; independent; 
four paKes 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
ished 1870; Kucliel Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1. 

ANDERSON, Shasta Co., [j 850 pop., 

on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 23 m. from 

Red BlufC. Agriculture and lumbering. 

Prunes are chiefly raised. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; independ- 
ent; four pages 18x24; subscription $2; 
established 1882; E. F. Street, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

ANGELS, Calaveras Co., a 600 pop., 

91 ui. from San Francisco. Mining town. 

MOUNTAIN ECHO; Thursdays; in- 
dependent; four pages 18x24; subscription $3; 
eslablislied 1879; Reed & Hutcliinsou, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 1. 

ANTIOCH, Contra Costa Co., -D 62« 
pop., oil Southern Pacific Co's Rd. and Sau 
Joaquin r., 19 m. from Martinez, the county 
seat, and 60 from San Francisco. A manu- 
facturing town and shipping point for coal. 
In agricultural district. 

LEDGER; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $3; established 1870; 
C. T. Montgomery & Son, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation K 1. 

ARBUCKLE, Colusa Co., a 625 pop.. 

on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 12 m. S. of 

Colusa, the county seat. Fruit and wine 

culture the cliicf industries. 

AUTOCRAT; Fridays; ludependont; 
four pages isx25; subscription $2.50; establish- 
ed ISdO; Taylor Bros., editors and publishers. 



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CALIFORNIA, 



ARC AT A, numbokU Co.. t] 986t pop., 
at head of Humboldt bay, 12 in. from Em-eka, 
the county seat, and 250 from San Fi"an- 
cisco, with which It is connected by steam- 
boats. Shii)plug point for redwood lumbei-. 
UNION; Saturdays; republican; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 1886; 

Austin Wiley c>t Borg, editors and publishers; 

circulation K 1. 

ARROYO GRANDE, San Luis 
Obispo Co., p 612+ pop., on Pacific Coast 
Rd., 15 m. from San Luis Obispo, the county 
seat. Agricultural and dairying section. 

HERALD; Saturdays ; independent; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1887; S. Cleveuger, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

AUBURN, c. h., Placer Co., D l,600t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 36 m. N. 
E. of Sacramento. Mining and fruit grow- 
ing. 

PLiACER ARfJUS; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY. Fridays ; re- 
publican; daily four pages 13x20, weekly 
eight pages 18"x24; subscription— daily $5, 
w^eeklv $2; established — daily 1S90, weekly 
1872; H. H. Richmond, editor; Argus Pub- 
Ishing Co., publishers; circ'n — weekly K 2. 

PLACER HERALD; Saturdays ; dem- 
ocratic; eight pages 18x24; subscription .$2.50; 
established 1852; J. A. Filcher, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2 jIssH. 

PLACER REPUBLICAN ; Wednes 
days; republican; tonr pages 20.x26; subscrip- 
tion S2.50; established 1884; James Tufts, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2 ^^. 

AZUSA, Los Angeles Co., ip 500 pop., 
on Sante Fe Rd. and San Gabriel r., 24 m. E. 
of Los Angeles, the county seat. Principal 
trading point of Upper San Gabriel Valley. 
In fruit-growing and mining country. 

AZUSA VALLEY NEWS; Saturda.ys; 
republican; eight pages 12x16; subscription 
$2; established 1886; Mrs. Geo. Bentley, editor 
and publisher; circulation LI ;H; an edition 
entitled the Echo is issued for Glendora, an- 
other entitled the Herald for Vineland. 

POMOTROPIC: Thursdays; four pages 
15x22; subscription $2; established 1889; J.W. 
Jeffrey, editor; Jeffrey Bros., publishers; cir- 
culation L 1 . 

BAKERSFIELD, c. h., Kern Co., g 

3,226 pop., on Kern r., 150 m. from Los 

Angeles. Agricultural and fruit-raising dis- 
trict. 

KERN CO. ECHO ; semi-weekly, Mon- 
days and Thursdays ; republican; four pages 
• 18x24; subscription .$2.50; established 1886; 
Smith & Gregory, editors and publishers; 
circulation K 2 ;l:;i:. 

KERN CO. CALIFORNIAN; Satur- 
iays; independent; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scription .$2.50; established 1865; A.C.Maude, 
editor and publisher; oirculntlou K 2 5l;;I;. 

KERN CO. GAZETTE; Saturdays; 
democratic; eight pages 22x30; subscription 
$3; established 1874; Geo. W. Wear, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

LA CKONICA KIEXICANA; Satur- 
days; Spanish; four pages 15x22; subscription 
S3; established 1890; Prlscillano Gomez, edi- 
tor and pul)lisher. 

BANNING, San Bernardino Co., Q, 

.300 pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 30 m. from 

Colton and 87 from Los Angeles. Health 

resort. Horticultural region. 

HERALD; Saturdays; independent; 
our pages 15x22; subscription $2: established I pop., on Carson .t Colorado Rd., 49 ni. from 



1888; Louis Munson, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2. 

BARTLE, (GLAZIER p. O.) Siskiyou 

Co., ti 30 m. W. of Sisson. Agricultural 

and lumbering district. 

McCLOUD RIVER PIONEER; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription .$2; established 1SS9; Lloyd Carter, 
editor; W. L. Carter, publisher. 

BEAUMONT, San Bernardino Co.,P, 
375 pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 22 
m. from Colton. Semi-tropical fruits and 
the cereals are the chief products. 
SENTINEL; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 18-x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1887; A. T. McDiel & .Son, editors and 
publishers; circulation L2; issue also the 
Santa Ana Orange Co. Herald. 

BENICIA, Solano Co., u a^SOlf pop., 
on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. and Sacra- 
mento r., 7 m. from Vallejo and ZZ)4 from 
San Francisco. Site of Government Arsenal 
and Barracks, Benicia Agricultural Works 
and Benicia Ship Yards. A manufacturing 
town. In an agricultural district. 

NEW ERA; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1877; A. Daltcm, Jr., editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

BERKELEY, Alameda Co., -a 3,500 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 5 m. 
from Oakland, the county seat. Has plan- 
ing mills and screen manufactories, also 
electric light company. Seat of the Univer- 
sity of California. 

ADVOCATE; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages isx24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1877: H. N. Marquand, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K UI:;!:. 

HERA LD ; Thurstlays ; republican ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; established 
1886; John McCarthy, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

NEWS; Saturdays; four pages 9x12; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1885; Pupils of 
the Deaf and Dumb Institution, editors and 
publishers; circulation L 1 ; a school paper. 

OCCIDENT; Fridays; sixteen pages 
8x11; subscription $1.50; established 1881; 
Students of the University of California, edi- 
tors; Occident Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation L 2 ; a college paper; issued during 
the collegiate year. 

BERRYVAEE, Siskiyou Co., i (see 

Sisson.) 

BIEBER, Lassen Co., [^ 200 pop., on 

Pitt r. Has saw mills and cheese factory. 

Cattle-raising .-md farming region. 

MOUNTAIN TRIBUNE ; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages isx24; subscription 
$3; established 1881 ; Thos. P. Ford, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

BIGGS, Jiutte Co., [j l,800t pop., on 
Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 14 m. from Oro- 
vllle, the county seat, and 20 from Chico. 
Has brick manufactory and is a grain-ship- 
jiing ))Oint. In agrlcultm-al district. 
ARGUS ; Thursdays; Independent ; four 

pages 18x24; subscription .$3; established 

1886; J. M. OotTman, editor and publisher; 

cirodatioii L 2. 

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Independence, the county seat. Has steam 
planing mill and furniture factory. Agri- 
culture Is the chief industry. 

INYO REGISTER; Thursdays; four 
pages 14x2(); subscription $3; established 
1885; WillieA.Chalfant, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2 ;!;:!«. 

BLUE LAKE, Humboldt Co., t] 
l,:i30+ pop., on Areata & Mad River Rd., 20 m. 
from Eureka, the county seat. 

ADVOCATE; Saturdays; four pages 
l"ixL'2; subscription $1.5)); established 1S8S; 
J. W. Travers, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion 1.3. 

BODIE, ^fono Co., a- 3,500 pop., on 

Bodie A Benton Rd., 100 m. from Carson 

and Virginia City, Nev. Leading industries, 

gold and silver mining and milling. 

EVENING MINER; semi-weekly, Mon- 
days and Tlmrs<Iays: eight pages 11x14; sub- 
scription $5; established 1861; Orlando E. 
Jones, editor and publisher; circulation J 3. 

BOYLE HEIGHTS, Los Angeles 
Co., g a .suburb of Los Angeles. 
RECORD; (See Los Angeles.) 

BRIDGEPORT, c. h., Mono Co., u- 

tia pop., 200 m. E. by N. of San Francisco. 

In agricultural and mining section. 

CHRONICLE-UNION; Saturdays; re 
publican; four pages 16x22; subscription $3; 
established 1862; R. M. & A. C. Folger, edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation L2. 

BURBANK, Los Angeles Co., g 400t 
pop., oil Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 10 m. 
from Los Angeles, the countj' seat. In agri- 
cultural country; near rich gold, silver and 
lead mines; semi-tropical fruits cultivated. 
TIHIES; Saturdays; four pages 18x24; 
subscription §2; established 1886; R. A. Mar- 
shall, editor and publisher; circ'n L 2 ;•::!:. 

BURNEY VALLEY, Shasta Co., 
b 225 pop., 2 m. S. of Pitt r. In agricultural 
and mining region. 

BUIjEETIN: Wednesdays; independent ; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1889; Charles Tracy, editor; Bulletin 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

GALISTOGA, -'Vapa Co., -n 1,000 pop., 
on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 67 m. N. of 
San Francisco. Medicinal springs make It 
a summer resort. Grape growing and wine 
making. Silver mines in vicinity. 

INDEPENDENT CAL-ISSTOGIAN ; 

Wednesdays; independent; four pages 18x24; 
subscriptions:!; established 1877; J. L. Mutter, 
e<lit<>r and publisher; circulation K 1 ^:;i;. 

CHICO, Butte Co., ti 2,892t pop., on 
Southern Pacinc Co's Rd., 06 m. N. of Sac- 
ramento. Has tlour mills, roller process, 
fruit cannery, planing mills, sash and furni- 
ture factories and lumber trade. Farming 
and mining district. 

CHRONICLE RECORD ; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Sat- 
urdays; independtnt ; four paKcs — dally 
18x24, weekly 20x20; suhscrlption-dally $;■>, 
weekly $2..tO; establlsheil— dally 186<'., weekly 
1&52; Chico Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation— dally K 1, weekly K '2. 

ENTERPKISEj every evening except 
Sunday, and \VEEK.LY, Fridays; repubfl- 



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can; four pages— dally 17x2.'?, weekly 20x26; 
subscription— daily ,$5 weekly $2.50; estab- 
lished—daily 1875, weekly 1869; Watson Chal- 
mers, editor and publisher ; circulation- 
daily L2, weekly K 1. 

CHINO, San Bernardino Co., D^ on 
Chlno Valley Rd., 20 m. W. of San Ber- 
nardino, the county seat. Fruit-growing 
and stock-raising district. 

, CHINO VALLEY CHAMPION; Fri- 
days; republican; four pages 11x16; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1887; John Wasson, editor 
and publisher. 

CLOVERDALE, Sonoma Co., -n 1,100 

pop., on San Francisco & North Pacific Rd. 

In agi-icultural, wine, fruit, hop and wood 

region, near quicksilver mines. 

REVEILLE ; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 20x26; subscription .$2; estab- 
lished 1879; Baer & Wilbert, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation K 1. 

COLEAX, Placer Co., n GOO pop., on 

Nevada County N. G. and Southern Pacific 

Co's Rds., 16 m. N. E. of Auburn, the county 

.seat. Mining and fruit-growing district. 

SENTINEL; Fridays; four pages 18x24; 
subscription .S2.i0; established 189iJ; Willard 
P. Calkins, editor and publisher. 

COLLEGE PARK, Santa Clara Co.. 
■a 800 pop., on Southern Pacific and South 
Pacific Coast Rds., \]4 m. from San Jose, the 
county seat, and 2 from Santa Clara. Seat 
of the University of the Pacific. 

PACIFIC PHAROS; bi weekly ; twen- 
ty pages 8x11; subscription $1.,")U; estaldished 
18S6; Studentsof the University of the Pacific, 
editors; Pharos PublLshing Association, pub- 
lishers; circulation L2; a college paper; is- 
sued during the collegiate year. 

COLTON, San Bernardino Co., n, 2,000 
pop., on California Southern and Southern 
Pacific Co's Rds. Has flour and lumber mills 
and fruit canneries. Engaged in fruit cult- 
ure, grain raising and mining. 

NEWS; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days; four pages 14xl!l; subscription .«;3: es- 
tablished 1890; Will C. Bailv, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CHRONICLE; Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages 13x17; subscription $2,511; estab- 
ILshed 1876; R. M. McKle, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

COLUSA, c. h., Colusa Co., n 2,500 
pop., on Colusa & Lake Rd. and Sacramento 
r., 60 m. N. W. of Sacramento. Agricult- 
ure, fruit and vine culture and stock rais- 
ing are the leading Industries. 

GAZETTE; everv morning except Mon- 
day; four ijages 1.5x22; subscription .<S5; es- 
tablished 18S9; Eugene I. Fuller, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

SUN J every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays; democratic:" eight 
pages-daily UxlS, weekly 13x19; subscrip- 
tion—daily $5. weekly .§3; established— <lairy 
1889, weekly 1862; Will S. Green, editor; Col- 
usa Sun Publishing Co., publishers; circula- 
tlon— daily L2, weekly J 1. 

HERALD; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 13x19; subscription $;!; established 
IS.S6; Charles D. Radcllffe. editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 1. 

CORNING, Tehama Co., ^ 260t pop., 
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Pacific Rd., 21 m. from Red Bluff, the 

county seat. 

OBSERVER: Saturdays; republican; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 188S; Thos. H. Dawson, Jr., editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

CORONADO, San Diego Co., Q, 1,000 

pop., 1 m. from San Diego, with which it is 

connected by ferry. A summer and winter 

health resort on the Pacific Ocean. 

3IERCURY; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages 16x22; subscription $3; establish- 
ed 1887; F. E. A. Kimball, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K l;l;:i;. 

COTTONWOOD, Shasta Co.. 6 300 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 15 m. 
from Shasta, the county seat. In agricult- 
ural and fruit-raising district. 
REGISTER; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages 13x19; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1886; J. H. Hardy and J. E. McGearry, 
editors and publishers; circulation L2. 

CRESCENT CITY, c. li., Del Norte 
Co., \: 1,900 pop., about 280 m. from San 
Francisco by steamer. Situated in a lum- 
bering, dairying, raining and stock raising 
region. 

DEL. NORTE RECORD : Saturdays ; 
independent; eight pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1878; J. E. Eldredge, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

NEWS; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $2; established 
1889; J. H. Lucas, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2. 

DELANO, Kern Co., g 500 pop., on 
Southern Pacific Rd., 83 m. from Baliers- 
field, the county seat. A farming and min- 
ing district. 

COURIER ; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
1888; McGeeBros., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation L2. 

DIXON, Solano Co., D l,029t pop., on 
Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 20 m. from Sac- 
ramento, the State capital, and 68 from San 
Francisco. Wheat-growing and fruit-rais- 
ing section. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1874 ; Ed. E. Leake, editor and publish- 
er; circulation J 1 H^:]:. 

DOWNEY, Los Angeles Co., g l,691t 
pop., on Santa Ana Branch Southern Pacific 
Rd., 12 m. from Los Angeles, the county 
seat. A fruit-raising and agricultural 
region. 

CHAMPION ; Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1888: Downey Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation L2. 

DOWNIEVILLE, c. h., Sierra Co., 

ti 600 pop., on North Yuba r., 121 m. N. E. of 
Sacramento. Quartz and gravel-mining the 
chief pursuits. 

MOUNTAIN MESSENGER} 

Saturdays; independent -republican; four 
pages 18x24: subscription $3; established 1863; 
Vaughn & Downer, editors and publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

DUNSMTTIR, Siskiyou Co., ^ on 
Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 15 m. S. E. of 



CALIFORNIA. 



Yreka, the county seat. In agricultural 
and mining section. 

NEWS; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 12x18; subscription $2.50; established 
1890; G. D. Cummings, editor and publisher. 

EAST LOS ANGELES, (LOS AN- 
GELES P. O.) Los Angeles Co., 9 9,000t pop. 
A suburb of Los Angeles. 
CITIZEN; (see Los Angeles.) 

'ElaSIJiOR'E, San Diego Co.. 0,250 pop., 
on Galifornla Southern Rd., 70 m. from San 
Diego, the county seat, and 90 from Los 
Angeles. In agricultural section. Clay de- 
posits are being utilized. 

PRESS; Saturdays; independent; twelve 
pages 13x19; subscription $2; established 1890; 
H. McPhee & Co., editors and publishers. 

ESCONDIDO, San Diego Co., □, 534 

pop., 35 m. from San Diego, the county seat. 

Wheat and semi-tropical fruit region. 

TIMES; Thursdays; independent ; four 
pages 20x20 ; subscription $2.50 ; established 
1886; I. Trownsell, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

ESPARTO, Yolo County, a 15 m. 
from Woodland, the county seat. Agri- 
cultural and fruit-raising country. 

INDEPENDENT; Thursdays; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $2..50; established 
1890; J. W. Hudson, editor and publisher. 

EUREKA, c. h., Humboldt Co., ^ 4,834t 
pop., on Eel River & Em-eka Rd. and on 
Humboldt bay, 223 m. N. of and connected 
by steamboatfe with San Francisco. Large 
quantities of redwood lumber are exported. 

HUMBOIiDT STANDARD; every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages— daily 
18x24, weekly 20x26; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $2.50 ; established— daily 18S1, weekly 
1873; J. F. Thompson, editor and publisher; 
circulation -daily K 2 :i:5l:, weekly K 2 :i:^;;. 

HUMBOLDT TIMES ; every morning 
except Monday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages— daily 20x26, 
weekly 21x28; subscription — daily $5, weekly 
$2 ; established— dally 1859, weekly 1854 ; S. J. 
Whipple, editor; Times Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation- daily K 2, weekly K 2. 

HUMBOLDT MAIL; Saturdays; in- 
dependent; sixteen pages 11x15; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1885 ; W. G. Bonner, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation IC 1. 

WESTERN WATCHMAN; Satur- 
days; four pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; 
established 1884; Ayers & Son, editors and 
publishers; circulation J 2 H^*. 

FALLBROOK, San Diego Co., □, 600 

pop. Agricultural and mining section. 

REVIEW; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 14x20; subscription $1.50; established 
1886; G. F. Van Velzer, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2. 

FERNDALE, Humboldt Co., \^ 1,000 
pop., 18 ni. S. of Eureka, the county seat, 
and 8 from ocean. Farming, dairying and 
shipping of redwood lumber. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; independent; 
eight pages 80x44; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1877; E. B. Carr, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

FOLSOM, Sacramento Co., U l,969t 
pop., on Southern Paciflo Co's Rd., on 



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American r., and 23 m. from Sacramento, 

the county seat. Agriculture and mining. 

TEIiEGR A PH; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four paKCS 16x24; subscription $.!; estab- 
llslied 1856; Thad. I. McFarland, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

FORT BRAGG, Mendocino Co., -a 
l.OOOt po]). Lumbering carried on. 

ADVOCATE: Wednesdays; four pages 
18x-,>4: subscription §2.50; established 1SS9; 
M^lUiain Heeser, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L 2. 

FORT JONES, Siskiyou Co., ^ 395t 

pop., 18 m. from Yreka, the county seat. 

Farming, stock-raising and mining region. 

SCOTT VALLEY NEWS; Saturdays ; 
Independent; four pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion S1.50; established 1878; L. D. Clark, edi- 
tor and publisher ; circulation L 2 ^i^. 

FORTUNA, (SANGER P. O.) Fres- 
no Co., a ou Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 16 
m. W. of Fresno, the county seat. Wine 
and fruit-growing the chief industries. 

EEL RIVER VALLEY ADVANCE; 

Thursdays; four v>ages 15x22; subscription 
:§2: established 1S8S; Leon F. Stinson, editor 
and publisher. 

FRESNO, c. h., Fresno Co., a 5,300 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 206 m. 
from San Francisco. Farming, sheep rais- 
ing, fruit growing, wine and raisin making 
and canning are leading industries. 

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

Wednesdays; democratic; daily eight pages 
15x22, weekly twelve pages; subscription— 
■dally $ti, weekly S2..5U; established — dally 
1875, weekly 1870; J. W. Ferguson, editor and 

fiublisher; circulation— daily 1 1 s]:;!:, week- 
y J 3 :■::!;. 

REPUBLICAN; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; republi- 
can ; dally— four pages 18x24, weekly eight 
pages 20x26; subscriotion— dally $6, weekly 
«2.50; established— daily 1887, " weekly 1877; 
Short & Shanklin, editors and publishers; 
circulation— daily H 2 ;I;;|:, weekly H 1 ^H^- 

EXPOSITOR ; (see Evening Expositor.) 

IN<iUIKEI{; Fi'idays; democratic; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $2; established 
1883; M. J. Church, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation J 1 :!<;;;. 

SATURDAY BUDGET; Saturdays; 
society; four pages 15x22; subscription $2; 
established 1886; J. W. Short, editor; J. C. 
Hodge, publisher. 

TtlRF; monthly; sporting; sixteen pages 
11x15; subscription $2; established 1887; J. 
M. Reuck, editor and publisher. 

GALT, Sacramento Co., n 900 pop., on 

Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 27 m. from Sac- 
ramento, the county seat and State capltaL 
Agricultural section, the cereals predomi- 
nating. Has timber, and pipe and porce- 
lain clays. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages 18x21; subscription S2.50; estab- 
lished 1881: LL Campbell, editor; Meacham 
& Campbell, publishers; circulation J 1. 

GEORGETOWN, El Dorado Co., a 

700 pop., 16 111. from PlacervlUe, the county 

seat. In a mining district. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays; four pages 
12x18; subscription .$2; established 1880; H. 
W. Hulbert, editor and publisher; clrc'n K 1. 

GILRO Y, Santa Clara Co.,-0 1,700 pop. 
(township 5,000 pop.), on Southern Pacific 



j Co's Rd., 80 m. S. from San Francisco. In 
I an agricultural and stock-raising region. 

1 GAZETTE; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and 

Fridays; four pages 15x22: subscription .$2: 
[established 1889; Wardell & Sou, editors and 

pulilisliers; circulation K 1 5!:^^. 
ADVOCATE; S.aturdays: eight pages 
I 18x24; subscription $3; established 1868; F. W. 

Blake, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 
I CRESCENT; Tuesdays ; four pages 

18x24; subscription $3; established 1888; R. G. 

Einfalt, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 



Siskiyou Co., [^ (see 



GLAZIER, 

Bartle.) 

GliENDORA, Los Angeles Co., g 
2C0 pop., on California Central Rd., 23 m. 
W. of Los Angeles, the county seat. Agri- 
cultural and mining district. 
ECHO ; (see Azusa Azusa Valleu News.) 

GRASS VALLEY, Jf^evada Co., a 
4,500+ pop., on Nevada County Narrow Guage 
Rd., 50 m. N. E. of Sacramento. Quartz- 
mining and fruit-growing country. 
TIDINGS ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and FOOT HILL TIDINGS, Fri- 
days; independent; four pages— daily 15x21, 
Saturdays and weekly 20x26; subscription- 
dally $6, weekly $2.50; established 1874; T. C. 
Hocking, editor; H. S. Spauldiug, publisher; 
circulation— daily K 1 ;1:;|;, weekly K 2 ;|:;i<. 

UNION; every morning except Monday ; 
Independent ; four pages 15x21 ; subscrip- 
tion $6; established 1847; Ghas. H. Mitchell, 
editor and publisher ; circulation K 1 . 
FOOTHILL TIDINGS; (see Tidings.) 

GREENVILLE, Plumas Co., [j 750t 
pop., 90 m. from Marysville, same distance 
from Oroville, with which it has stage con- 
nection. In a quartz-mining and agricult- 
ural district. 

BUIjLETIN ; Wednesdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1880; F. G. Hail, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

GREENWICH, Kern Co., g (see 
Tehachapl.) 

GRIDLEY,-BM«e Co.,i;j 1,000 pop., on 

Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 66 in. N. of Sac- 
ramento. Has foundry, planing and flour 
mill, broom factory and other local indus- 
tries. An agricultural district. 

HERALD; Thursdays; Independent- 
democratic ; four pages 20x26 ; subscription 
$3; established 1880; C. N. Reed, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2. 

HANFORD, Tulare Co., a 318 pop., 

on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. A shipping 

place for agricultural produce. 

SENTINEL; Thursdays; Independent; 
eight pages 22x80; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1886; Dodge Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L 2. 

HAYWARDS, Alameda Co., -a l,42.it 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. and 13 
m. from Oakland, the county seat. Supply 
point for farming and fruit-raising district. 
JOURNAL; Saturdays; four pages 
18x24; 8ub.scriptlon $2.50; established lOT; 
George A. Oakes, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

HEALDSBURG, Sonoma Co., -05,000 
pop., on San Franplsco & North Pacific Rd. 



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and on Russian r., 72 m. from San Francisco. 

An agricultural, mining, stock-raising, fruit 

and wine-producing district. 

ENTERPRISE; Wednesdaj-s ; demo- 
cratic; tour pages aOxiii; subscription $2; 
established 1876 ; Livernusli Bros., editors and 
publishers; circulation K 1. 

SONOMA CO. TRIBUNE; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages 19x35; subscription 
$2.50; established iss6; Meyer & Abraham, 
editors and publishers; circulation L2. 

HOLLISTER, c. li., San Benito Co., -a 
1,7B0 pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd. An 
agricultural and stock-raising district. 

FREE liANCE; Fridays; republican; 
four pages 20x2(i : subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1883; W.B.Winn, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

HESPERIAN ; Tuesdays; democratic; 
four pages 16.x:24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished IStlO ; W. D. Young, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SAN BENITO ADVANCE; Fridays; 
eight pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; es- 
tablished 1871 ; Geo. E. Shaw, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

INDEPENDENCE, c. h., Imjo Co., 
D-300 pop., on Carson & Colorado Rd., 500 
ni. E. by S. of San Francisco. Has a flour 
and lumber and saw mill. Mining region. 

INYO INDEPENDENT; Fridays; 
independent ; four pages 18x24 ; subscrip- 
tion $4 ; established 1870 ; C. Mulholland, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

INYO INDEX; Wednesdays; independ- 
ent; four pages 18x24; subscription $3; 
established 1887; C. W. Craig, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2*^. 

lONE, Amador Co., D GS.^f pop., on 
Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 133 m. from San 
Francisco. Timber and agricultural region. 
lONE VALI^iEY ECHO ; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2; established 1883; Glovls T. La Grave, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation L2. 

IRVINGTON, Alameda Co., -a 750t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 33 m. 
from San Francisco. Has a machine shop 
and college. Wine is produced. In a farm- 
ing district. 

AIvAMEDA CO. EXPRESS; Satur- 
days; independent; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription ,$2.50; established 1888; D. W. Eratz- 
er, editor; Adeline Knapp, publisher; circu- 
lation L2. 

JACKSON, c. h., Amador Co., D 1,500 
pop. (including suburban districts 3,000), 50 
m. S. E. of Sacramento, in a mining and 
agricultural district. Gold is found near 
by in quartz and placer mines. 
AMADOR DISPATt!H ; Saturdays; 

democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 

$:i; establlslied 18('.l; Wni. M. Pcnry, editor 

and publishiT; circulation L2. 
AMADOR LEDGER ; Saturdays; re 

publican; four pages 20x20; subscription $3; 

established 18S1; Richard Webb, eclitor and 

publisher; circulation Ij2. 

JULIAN, San Diego Co., Q 300 pop., 
59 m. from San Diego, the county .seat. Ag- 
riculture, mining and stock raising are the 
leading industries. 
SENTINEL; Fridays; Indcpciidciit; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 

1887; James A. Jasper, editor and publisher; 

circulation L 2 . 



KELSEYVIEIiE, ia^-e Co., -a Lift 

pop. Has a planing mill. 

NEW ERA; Saturdays; four pages 
15x22; subscription $2; established 1889; Otha 
L. Stanley, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2 *;;■!. 

KING CITY, Monterey Co., -a lOO 
pop., on Southern Pacific Rd. Has milLs. 

SALINAS VALLEY SETTLER; 

Thursdays; independent; four pages 18.x24l 
established 18,s8; W. A. Beebe, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

LAKEPORT, c. h.. Lake Co., -D l,100t 
pop., on Clear Lake, 120 m. N. of San Fran- 
cisco. Mineral springs of medicinal value- 
and quicksilver mines in vicinity. An agri- 
cultural and fruit-growing region. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1880; Jno. R. Cook, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

LAKE CO. AVALANCHE; Tliurs- 
days; republican; four pages 2(ix26; sub- 
scription $2; established 1886; H. A. Mc- 
Craney, editor and publisher; clrc'n K 2 ^;|:. 

LANCASTER, Los Angeles Co., g 
100 pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 87 m. fron» 
Los Angeles, the county seat. 

ANTELOPE VALLEY TIMES? 

Thursdays; neutral; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2; established 1889; Ladd & Drum- 
mond, editors and publishers; ciic'n LI. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages 16.x22; subscription ti2; estab- 
lished 1888; E. Y. Cannner, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K2 ;I;^:. 

LEMOORE, Tulare Co.. D 463 pop.,. 

on Central Pacific Rd-, 31 m. from Visalia, 

the county seat. Has lumber and flouring 

mills. 

LEADER ; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 188'.t; W. M. Gill & Son, editors and 
publishers; circulation LI. 

LINCOLN, Placer Co., a 27.5 pop., 
on Central Pacific Rd., 11 m. from Wheat- 
land. Fruit-growing district. 

REPORT; Tuesdays; independent; four 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1890; V. W. Beecroft, editor and publisher. 

liTVERMOHi:, Alameda Co., -a l,im 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 40 m. 
from Oakland, tlie county seat. Fruit- 
growing, stock-raising and farming district. 
Coal, chrome and magnesia mines near. 
ECHO; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages 18x21; subscription $1.50; established 
1882; Wilbur E. Still, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2. 

HERA L D ; Thursdays ; independent; 
four pages 20x2(i; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lishe(fl877; Wm. P. Bartlett, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

LODI, San Joaquin Co., D 1,000 pop., on 
San Joaquin & Sierra Nevada and Southern 
Pacific Go's Rds., 1 m. from Mokelunme r. 
and 12 from Stockton, the county seat. Agri- 
culture and fruit growing are the leading 
Industries. Has fiour and saw ndlls, etc. 

S E N T I N E li ; Saturdays ; four pages 
18x24; subscription .$2.50; established 1881; 
Ellis Bros., editors and publishers; clrc'n L2. 

VALLEY REVIEW; Thursdays ; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; established 



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1885; Frank B. Cluff, editor and publisher; i 
circiilatiDii L 2. 

liOMPOC, Santa Barbara Co., p 226 
pop. Farming, wool and stock-raising dis- 
trict. I 

PEOPI.F/S JOUItNAL; Fridays; 
(leiiKnTatlc; four pages 18x25; subscription 
§2; established 1890; H. C. Diniock, editor 
and publisher. 

RECORD; Saturdays ; four pages 
18xi4: subscription $3; established 1875; 
W. W. Broughton, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L2. 

LONG BEACH, Los Angeles Co., g 

SOOI- i)op. A summer resort on the ocean. 

BREAKER; Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages lSx24; suljscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1883; C. JI. Drake, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2 H:;!:. 

L.ORDSBURG, Los Angeles Co., g 

l.'iO pop., on California Central Rd., 18 m. 
N. E. of L.0S Angeles, the county seat. Fruit 
and vine-growing district. 

SOIITHERN CALIFORNIAN; 

Thursdays; industrial; eight pages 12x16; 
subscriptions!; established 1S9J; T. J. Nalr, 
editor and publisher. 

LORIN, Alameda Co., -o 150 pop., on 

Soutliern Pacific Go's Rd., 6 m. N. of Oak- 
land, the county seat. Agricultural and 
fruit-raising district. 

T .\ II Ji E T ; Saturdays; independent ; 
four pages sxU; subscription ,S1.50; estab- 
lished I8'JU; A. B. Tayntan, editor and pub- 
lisher. 



IiOS ALAMOS, Santa Barbara Co.. 

g 400 pop., on Pacific Coast Rd. 

PROtiRESSJ: Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 18.v24; subscription S2..59 ; es- 
tablished 1888; Andrews Printing Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation L2. 

LOS ANGELES, c. h., Loa Angeles 

Co., g 50,394t pop., on California Central 
and Southern Pacific Co's Rds. and Los 
Angeles r., 480 ni. S. E. of San Francisco. 
Commercial center of Southern California, 
and a notable health resort. An agricult- 
ural county, producing the principal grains, 
wines, citrons and deciduous fruit, brandy, 
wool and hides. Has gold, silver and lead 
mines and petroleum wells. 

EVENING EXPRESS; every evening 
except Suniiay. and EXPRESS, Saturdays; 
republican; daily eiglit pages 14x21, weekly 
twelve pages; subscription— daily $7, weekly 
$1.50; established 1852; Evening Express 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation — 
dally V, 1 :!;;!• weeklv (i 1 ;|:5!:. 

EVENING POST; every evening ex- 
ceiit Sunday; democratic; four pages 15x22; 
subscription 85; established 1890; Post Pub- 
llshini; Co., editors aud |iub1lshers. 

HERAIil) ; every morning, aud WEEK- 
LiY, Saturdays; democratic; eight pages 
15x24; subscription— dallv gs, weekly $2; es- 
tablished ia")7; Ayers & Lynch, editors and 
publishers; clrc'n— flallvfi 1, weekly H 2. 

HOTEL GA/.ETTE AND RAIL- 
WAY ADVERTISER; every morning 
except Sunday ; commercial ; four pages 
15x22; subscript Ion .$5; established IS-iS; Ham- 
mer A Smith, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion K 1. 

TI.IIES ; every morning, and MIR- 
ROR, Saturdays; republican; twelve pages 
— <lally 17x2:!, weekly 15x22; subscrlptlan— 
dally $9, weekly $2.r>0; established— dally 1881. 
weekly 1873; Tlmes-Mlrror Co., editors and i 

G 



f)ubllshers ; circulation— daily G 1**, week- 
y I 1 :i:;l:. 
L,E PROGRES f!AI.IFORNIEN; 

semi-weekly, Wednesdays aud Saturdays; 
French; tour pages 18x24; subscription §:>; 
established 18S4; F. Vivle, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K2;i:. 

SIJEIi-C AI. IFORNI A POST: 

semi weekly, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays"; German; independ- 
ent-democratic ; semi-weekly four pages, 
weekly six pages 20x26; subscription— semi- 
weekly $4, weekly ,S2..50; established— semi- 
weekly 1888, weekly 1874 ; Conrad Jacoby, 
editor and publisher; circulation — semi- 
weekly K 2, weekly J 1. 

CALIFORNIA VOICE; Thursdays; 
prohibition; four pages isx24; subscription 
.$1; established is,s6 ; James Blanchard, editor 
andjiublisher; circulation 1 1 :i:;i:;i:. 

CITIZEN ; Saturdays; ludependcntre- 
pubiican; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established 1S88; Ackerman & Dyer, editors 
and publishers; circulation K2; dated at 
East Los Angeles. 

CO>I>lERCIAL BIJLI,ETIN OF 
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ; Satur 
days ; commercial ; sixteen pages 10x13; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1886; J. J. Menzies, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

EXPRESS; (see Evening Express.) 

liA CRONlCA ; Saturdays; Spanish; 
four pages 19x25 ; subscription $4 ; estab- 
lished 1871; Cardona Hermanos, editor; T. 
W. Temple, publisher; circulation K 2. 

LE GADLOIS; Wednesdays; French; 
four pages 17x24; subscription $S; established 
188S; Chas. Raskin, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

LIFE; Saturdays; society; eight pages 
11x15; subscrli>tion .$2.50; established 18s8; L. 
Montgomery JIather, editor; A. S. O'Neal, 
publisher; circulation K 2. 

L'UNION NOUVELLE; Saturdays; 
French; democratic ; four pages 21x28 ; sub- 
scription $5; established 1879; P. Ganee, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

MIRROR; (see Times.) 

PORCUPINE; Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages 13x19 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1877; C. A. Bell, editor and publisher; 
circulation J 1. 

RECORD ; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1890; Cook & Havner, editors and publishers; 
dated at Boyle Heights. 

S O I' T H E R N CALIFORNIA 
CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE; Wed- 
nesdays; methodist - epi.scopal ; eight pages 
10x14; subscrlj.tion $1.25; e.stabli.shed 1.886; 
Rev. Francis M. Larkin. editor; Gail B. John- 
son, publisher; circulation I 2 j!:;-:. 

SOUTHWEST NEWS; Saturdays; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1 : established 
1890; T. J. McCoy, e<iitor and put)lisher. 

SPANISH-AMERICAN REVIEW; 
Saturdays; English ami Spanish ; four ])ages 
16x23 ; subscrlptl.in .«;o ; established 1889 ; 
Manuel R. Sanchez, editor aud publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

SUNDAY WORLD ; Sundays; so<-iety: 
four pages 22x28; subscription $1; established 
1886; E. F. Kubel, editor and publl.sher; circu- 
lation K 2. 

PACIFIC MONTHLY; literary; forty 
pages 7x10; subscription .§1; established 1889; 
S. J. Fleming, edltorandi)Ul)lishcr; circ'n K 1. 

POULTRY IN C A L I F O R N I A t 
monthly; poultry-raising; twenty jiages 9x12; 
sub8crli)ti<)n 50 cents; established 1889; G. H. 
A. Goodwin, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion 11:1;;!;:!^; inchtding siiecittl eilitiun. 

RURAL CALIFORNIAN; monthly; 
agricultural; seventy-two pages 9x12; sub- 
scription S1..5(); established 1877: H. W. 
Kruckeberg, editor; CM. Helntz, publisher} 
circulation (J 2 sjJv-. 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 
PRACTITIONER; monthly; metllcal; 
sixty six pages fix'.i; subs<Tiptlon $1.50; es- 
tablished 1885; H. Bert Ellis, B. A., M. D., 
editor and publisher; circulation K2 4:H:. 



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LOS GATOS, Santa Clara Co., -n 1,800 
pop., ou Saratoga & Almadeu and South 
Paciflc Coast Rds., 10 m. from San Jose, 
the county seat. Wines and brandies are 
produced. Agricultural and grape and 
olive-growing country. 

MAIL ; Tuesdays; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $2; established 1884; Wm. P. Hughes, 
editor; Mail Publishing Co., publishers; cir- 
culation K 1. 

NEWS; Fridays ; independent ; four 
pages 20x24: subscription $1.50; established 
1881 ; W. H. E. Trantham, editor; Trantham & 
Dodge, publishers ; circulation K 2. 

LOWER LAKE, Lake Co., -a 371 
pop., on Lower Lake, 94 m. N. of San Fran- 
cisco. Quicljsilver, sulphur and borax rain- 
ing, and lumbering carried on. A health 
resort. 

BUIiLiETIN ; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1877; A. E. Noel, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2 . 

CLEAR LAKE PRESS; Saturdays; 
labor; four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; 
established 1886; W. H. Adamson, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

MADERA, Fresno Co.. U l,200t pop., 
on Southern Paciflc Co's Rd , 22 m. from 
Fresno, the county seat. Lumbering, farm- 
ing and stock-raising country. 
MERCURY; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 18S5; I. M. McClure, editor; E. E. Vin- 
cent, publisher; circulation L2. 

MARIPOSA, c. h., Mariposa Co., U 
380 pop., on Mariposa r., 91 m. S. E. of 
Stockton. The great Yosemite Valley and 
Big Tree Grove are in this county. Agri- 
cultural, mining and stock-raising region. 
GAZETTE ; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1855; F. A. Reynolds, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

MARTINEZ, c. li., Contra Costa Co., 
-a I.OIW pop., on Southern Paciflc Co's Rd. 
and Sacramento r., 30 m. N. E. of San Fran- 
cisco. Has coal, copper and quicksilver 
mines. Agricultural district. 

CONTRA COSTA DEMOCRAT; 

semi-weekly, Wednesdays and Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
S2.50; establislied 1890; Hart A. Downer, edi- 
tor and pul)lisher; circulation K 2 ;];:1;. 

CONTRA COSTA GAZETTE ; semi 
weeklv, Wednesdays and Saturdays; repub- 
llcan;"four pages 20x26; subscription $3; es- 
taVdisheil 1858; R. R. Bunker, editor; Bunker 
& Foster, pul)lishers; circulation K 2. 

MARYSVILLE, c. h., Yuba Co., n 
3,936t pop.,on Northern Californiaaud South- 
ern Paciflc Co's Rds. and Yuba r.,at head of 
navigation, 57 m. N. of Sacramento, the 
State capital, and 116 from San Francisco. 
In agricultural and mining section. 
APPEAL J every morning e-xcept Mon- 
day, and WEERLY, Friilays; repub- 
lican; dally four pages 18x2.1, weekly six 
nages 20x26; Rubscrlption— dally $6, weekly 
$250; established— dally 1831, weekly 1860; 
W A. Lawson, editor; Appeal Publishing 
Co pul)llsliers:clrc'ii— dally K 1, weekly .1 1. 
DK3IOCRAT ; •■very evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription— dally 



$6, weekly $2; established 1884; Will Acton, 
editor; Democrat Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation— daily K 1 H«^;, weekly K 1 HjH«. 

BUDGET; monthly ; educational ;twenty- 
eight pages 7.xl0; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1887; F. S. Carr, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 ^^, 

MAXWELL, Colusa Co., a 550 pop., 

on Southern Paciflc Co's Rd., 12 m. from 

Colusa, the county seat, and 135 from San 

Francisco. An agricultural country; wheat 

the principal staple. 

MERCURY; Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1888; J. G. Overshiner, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

MAYFIELD, Santa Clara Co., -D 725 
pop., on Southern Paciflc Co's Rd., 35 m. S. 
S. E. of San Francisco. Agricultural dis- 
trict. 
PALO ALTO; Saturdays; four pages 

15x22; subscription $2; established 1890; J. A. 

Bacon, editor and publisher. 

MENDOCINO, Mendocino Co., -a 900 

pop., 55 m. N. W. of Ukiah, the countj' seat, 

and 130 N. of San Francisco. A shipping 

point for large vessels, at mouth of Big r. 

Lumbering is the leading industry. 

BEACON; Saturdays; independent; four 

pages 20x26; subscription $3; estaljllshed 

1877; William Heeser, editor and publisher; 

circulation K 1. 

MERCED, c. h., Merced Co., u 2,000 

pop., on Southern Paciflc Co's Rd., 159 m. 

from San Francisco. Has grain warcliouses 

and good local trade. Agricultural region. 

ARGUS ; every morning except Sunday, 
and SAN JOAOUIN VALLEY AR- 
GUS, Saturdays; ludependent; four pages- 
daily 12x18, weeklv ISx'.'l; subscription- daily 
$4.50, weekly $3; estahlislu-d— daily 1884, 
weekly ISlil ; Lee R. Steele, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation— daily L 2 , weekly L2. 

EXPRESS; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $4; established 
1875 ; J. A. Norvell, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 1 :I:^. 

JOURNAIj; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1889; J. C. Blackburn, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

SAX .IOAUUIN valley ARGUS; 
(see Argus.) 

STAR; Thursdays; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $4; established 1880; Harris Bros, 
editors and publishers; circulation L2. 

MIDDLETOWN, Lake Co., -O 200 
pop. Mining, fruit and grape-growing 
region. 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; four i)ages ISx24; subscription ,$2.50; 
established 1888; Graham .t Read, editors and 
publishers; circulation L2 iI;:]:. 

MILLVILLE, Shasta Co., ^A 460 

pop., on Cow creek, about 28 m. N. of Red 

Bluff. Farming and stock-raising district. 

EAST SIDE TIMES; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages 18.\24; subscription 
$2.50; established 188% Leonard W. Kidd, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation L2. 

MODESTO, c. h., Stanislaus Co., D 
2,200 pop., on Southern Paciflc Co's Rd., 
29 m. from Stockton. Engaged In agricult- 
ure, wool growing and fruit raising. 
EVENING NEWS ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and STANLSLAUS CO. 
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■daily ir)x22, \veekly.30x26; subscription— daily 
$."), weekly $4; established — daily issi, weekly 
1869; Spencer & Crow, editors and publish- 
■ers; circulation— daily K 1, weekly J I. 

II E R A Ij D : Thursdays ; republican ; 
four paces 18x24; subscription $8; estab- 
lislied 1873 ; S. L. Hansconi, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

STANISLAUS CO. NEWS; (see 
Evening AVtcs.) 

MOKELUMNE HILL, Calaveras 

Co., G 600 pop., 50 ni. from Stockton and 

60 from Sacramento. Mining, agriculture 

and stock raising are the leading industries. 

CALAVERAS CHRONICLE; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages 15x22; sub- 
■scriptlon $3; established 1851 ; F. H. Day, edi- 
tor; Biirce & Day, publishers; circ'n L 2. 

MONROVIA, Los Angeles Co.: g 
2,000 pop., on California Central Rd. In ag- 
ricultural and stock-raising section. 

MESSENGER; Thursdays; independ- 
<>nt: four pages 15x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1887; J. W. Harvey, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

MONTAGUE, SisJch/ou Co., a 300 
)>i)p., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 5 m. E. 
of Yreka, the county seat. Iq agricultural 
and mining section. 

HERALD; semi-monthly; independent; 
four pages 20x26; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tai)lished 1888; The Lehrens Brothers' Co., 
editors and publishers. 

MONTEREY, Monterey Co., -a 1,400 
I'lip., on Southern PacificCo's Rd. and Mon- 
terey bay. Agricultural and mining re- 
gion. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; four pages 
18x25; subscription .'52.50; established 1890; T. 
A. Feckhan and L. E. Francis, editors and 
publishers. 

NEW ERA ; Wednesdays; four pages 
lSx25; subscription S2.50; established 1890; 
William Kay, editor and publisher. 

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Santa Clara 

Co., -a 40D pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 8 
m. from Santa Clara, 17 from San Jose, 
the county seat, and 3S from San Frauclsco. 
Vintage and agriculture. 
REGISTER ; Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1888; F. L. Foster, editor and pub 
Usher; circulation K 1. 

MURRIETA, San Diego Co., O, 200 
pop., on the California Southern Rd. In 
agricultural and stock-raising region. 
VALLEY UNION ; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; eight pages 15.\22; subscription $2; 
established 1889; H. McPhee & Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation L2; Issue also 
the Perris VctUeu Union. 

NAPA, c. h., A'^apa Co., -a 4,387t pop., 
on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. and Napa r., 
46 m. N. E. of San Francisco and 65 from 
Sacramento, the State capital. Has tan- 
neries, woolen mill, tile and brick works. 
In agricultural and %vlne-producing dis- 
trict. 

REGISTER; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; republi- 
can; four i>ak'es -dally I6.\22, weekly 2lx2S: 
subscription— daily §6, weekly $2; established 
— <lally 1856, weekly J863; G. H. Francis, 
editor and publisher; circulation— dally K 1, 
weekly K 1. 



CALIFORNIA. 



JOURNAL ; Thursdays ; four pages 

18x24; .subscription $2; established 1884: 
J. E. Walden, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2. 

NAPA CO. REPORTER; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$3; established 1856; W. H. Hill, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2. 

NATIONAL CITY, San Diego Co., a 
l.HOOt pop., at terminus of California South- 
ern Rd., on Bay of San Diego. Railroad 
machine shops are here. Fruit-growing 
section. 

RECORD; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $2; established 
1882; H. H. Bice, editor; Recwd Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation J 2. 

GREAT SOUTHWEST; monthly; ag- 
ricultural; sixteen pages 11x14: subscrii)ti<m 
$1; established 1S89; R. H. Young, editor and 
publisher; circulation 12:1:;!:; dated at Na- 
tional City and San Diego. 

NEVADA CITY, c. li., Nevada Co., 

n 6,000 pop., on Nevada County Narrow 
Gauge Rd. and Deer creek, 65 m. N. E. of 
Sacramento. Mining and fruit and vine 
culture the leading iudustries. 

NEVADA HERALD; every evening 
except Sunday; republican; four pages 
15x22 ; subscription , $4 ; established 1868; B. J. 
Watson, editor and publisher; circ'n K 2. 

TRANSCRIPT; every morning except 
Monday; independent; four pages 19x25; 
subscription $6; established 1860; Brown & 
Calkins, editors and publishers; circ'n K 2. 

NEWCASTLE, Placer Co., o 162 
pop., ou Central Pacific Rd., 5 m. from 
Auburn, the county seat. Mining, fruit 
raising, shipping and agriculture. 
NEW.S ; Wednesdays; four pages 18x^1; 

subscription $2; established 18S8; W. B. 

Thori)e, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

NORDHOFF, Ventura Co., Q 200t 
pop., Hi m. from Ventura, the county seat, 
by stage. In a valley which is a winter re- 
sort for invalids and tourists. 

O.IAI VALLEY RECURRENT; 

Saturdays; eight pages 13x19; subscription 
$2; estaljlished 1S87; R. E. Cunan, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1 j;:;!;^;. 

OAKDALE, Stanislaus Co.. n 1,500 

pop., terminus Stockton & CopperopollsRd., 
30 ni. from Stockton. Fruit-raising and 
farming region. 

GRAPHIC; Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages l;Jx20; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1S83; Sanford C. Baker, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

LEADER; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 1:^x19: subscription .§2; established 1^; 
W. C. H()lliwa.\ , editor and publisher. 

OAKLAND, c. h., Alameda Co., -a 
48,540+ pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. 
and San Francisco bay, opposite to and 7 m. 
from San Francisco. Residence of a large 
number of persons doing business in San 
Francisco. State University and Deaf, 
Dumb and Blind Asylums are near by. la 
agricultural and frult-ralsing district. 
EX<iriKEK; every evening except Sun- 
daj', and WEEKLY, Fridays; Indepeud- 
ent-republlcaii; dally four pages 20x26, week- 
ly ten pages; subscription-daily §4, week- 
ly $1.50; established— ilaily 18T7, weekly 1888: 
I Enquirer Pub. Co., editors and publishers: 



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circulation— daily H 2 ***, weelily 1 1 **• 
ZW Actual daily average for the past year 
4,775 copies. 

EVENING TRIBUNE; every evening 
except Sunday, and TRIBUNE, Saturdays; 
republican; daily and weekly eiglit pages 
16x2:i; subscription— daily $6, vveelcly $2; es- 
tablislied-daily 1861, weekly 1872; Tribune 
Publlsliing Co., editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation—daily G 2 ^i^, weekly G 1 :i:*- 

ftlORNING TIMES ; every morning, 
and TIMES.Tliursdays ; independent ; eight 
pages-daily 15x22, weekly 13x20; subscrip- 
tion—dally $6, weekly $1 ; established— daily 
1868, weekly 1852; Morning Times Co., editors 
and publishers ; circulation— daily G 1 ^*, 
weekly H 2**. , ^ • i,^ 

EC H OES ; Saturdays ; independent ; eight 
pages 12x16; subscription $2; established 
1886; F. R. Porter, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation J 2 ;!;*. . , 

JOURNAL. ; Saturdays; German; inde- 
pendent; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$2.5U; established 1884; Dr. H. Muhr, editor; 
Albert Kayser, publisher; circ'n ,1 1 *;!;. 

SIGNS OF THE TIMES; Mondays; 
seventh-day adventist; sixteen pages 10x14; 
subscription $2; established 1874; E. J.Wag- 
goner andM. C. Wilcox, editors; International 
Tract Missionary Society, publishers; circu- 
lation F 1 . 
TIMES ; (see Morning Times.) 
TRIBUNE; (see Evening Tribune.) 
TRUE FLiAG; Saturdays; juvenile; 
thirty six pages 6x9; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1890; Ray L. Barney, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

EUSEBIA ; monthly; undenominational; 
thirty-two pages 6x8; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1889; Wm. L. Stroud, editor; L. F. 
Cockroft, publisher. 

PACIFIC HEALTH JOURNAL, 
ANI> TEMPERANCE ADVOCATE; 
monthly; hygiene and temperance; thirty- 
six pages 8x11 ; subscription $1 ; established 
lasa; J. N. Loughborough and W. P. Burke, 
M.D., editors; Pacific Press Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation H 1; issue also the 
New York, N. Y., American Sentinel. 

PHAROS; monthly; temperance; six- 
teen pages 15x22; subscription 25 cents; es- 
tablished 1886; Mary Frank Browne, editor; 
Women's Christian Temperance Union, pub- 
Ushers; circulation H 2 ;!;:!:. 

SABBATH SCHOOL WORKER; 
monthly; seventh-day adventist; sixteen 
pages 8x11; subscription 50 cents; established 
1885; Mrs. C. H. Jones and Mrs. J. F. Wag- 
goner, editors; International Sabbath School 
Association of Seventh Day Adventists, pub- 

"tR A DESMAN AND FREE 
PRESS; monthly; labor; four pages 18x24; 
subscription 75 cents; established 1888; R. K. 
Sullivan, editor and publisher^ 

VESTRA SANDEBUDET; (see San 
Francisco.). 
OCEANSIDE, San Diego Co., □, 450t 

pop., on the California Southern Ril. A 

pleasure resort. 

VIDETTE; Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages 11x17; subscription .$1; estab- 
lished 18S6; Sam. F. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2 ;1::!:;1:, including special 
editions. 

ONTARIO, San Bernardino Co., P, 
1,000 pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd. and 
San Antonio r., 38 m. E. of Los Angeles. 
Fruit-growing and stock-raising district. 
OBSERVER; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x19 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
llslied 1883; R. E. Blackburn, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

RECORI>; Wednesdays; repiibl can: 
six pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 
1883; E. P. Clarke, editor; Clarke Brothers, 
publishers; circulation K 1 :1s*. 



ORANGE, Orange Co., g 679 pop.. 

on California Central and Southern Pacific 

Co's Rds. Surrounded by vineyards and 

orange groves. 

NEWS; Wednesdays; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $2; established 1889; Jas. Fuller- 
ton, editor and publisher; circulation LI. 

POST; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1889; Arne & Arne, editors and publishers; 
circulation L 1. 

ORIiAND, Colusa Co., n 500 pop., on 
Southern Pacific Co's Rd.,75 m. from Sacra- 
mento, the State capital. In grain and 
fruit-growing country. 

NEWS; Saturdays; independent; eight 
pages 15x20; subscription $2; established 
1887; Dodson & Dawson, editors and publish- 
ers; circulation K 1 ^^. 

OROVILLE, c. h., Butte Co., i 2,000t 
pop., on Northern California Rd. and 
Feather r., 152 m. from San Francisco. 
Center of the orange belt of central Cali- 
fornia. 

MERCURY; every evening e.xcept Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; republican; 
four pages— daily 15x22, weekly 20.\;2(); sub- 
scription—daily $5, weekly $2.50; established 
—daily 1877, weekly 1873; Ed. B. Price, editor 
and publisher; circ'n— daily L 2, weekly K 1. 
REGISTER; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages isx24; subscription $3; established 
1877; S. S. Boynton, editor and publisher; 

circulation L 2. ,^ 

AMERICAN SCHOOL BOY; month- 
ly; juvenile; twenty four pages 6x9; sub- 
scription 50 cents; establishetl 18S8; Frank 
McCallum, editor and publisher; circ'n H 2. 

OTAY, San Diego Co., C\ 50 pop., 4 m. 
from National City. Has watch manu- 
factory. 

PRESS; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages 13x20; subscription $2; e>*tablished 
1888; A. J. Jenkins, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L2. 

PACIFIC GROVE, Monterey Co.. 

-D .'jOO pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 20 m. 

from Salinas, the county seat. 

REVIEW ; Wednesdays; four pages 
18x24; subscription !i!2..50; established 1888; 
G. W. Gallanar, editor; Gallanar & Peckham, 
publishers; circulation LI. 

PALERMO, iiutte Co., li on South- 
ern Pacific Co's Rd., 2i m. S. of Oroville, the 
county seat. Situated In the orange belt of 
California. 
PROGRESS; Fridays; four pages 11x18; 

subscription $2; established 18911; Smith & 

Peters, editors and piil)lishers. 

PASADENA, Los Angeles Co., g 
10,000 pop., on California Central Rd., 9 m. 
from Los Angeles, the county scat. The 
cultivation of fruit, especially oranges and 
lemons, is the principal industry. 
EVENING STAR AND UNION; 
every evening except Sunday, and STA 11, 
Wednesdays; republican; dally four pages 
11x22, weekly eight pages; subscription- 
daily $6, weekly $2; established 1886; H.J. 
Vail, editor; Star Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation— dally J 2, weekly J 2. _ 
STAR; (see Fvcning Star and Union.) 

PASO ROBLES, San Luis Obispo 
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ein Pacific Rd. Hot springs here. Has 
large hotels and bath houses. In a mining, 
farming and stock-raising section. 

\i E A D E R : Wednesdays; four pages 
18x'>4; sul)scripti(>n $2; established 1S85; H. G. 
Wrlglit, editor; Paso Leader Pub. Co., pub- 
Usliers: eirculatiou L2. 

I>IOON; Tuesdays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.5(1; established 
18s;; A. D.King, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L"2. 

FERRIS, San Diego Co., O, 87.5 pop., 
on California Southern Rd., 102 m. from 
San Diego, the county seat. Farming and 
mining. 

XEW ERA ; Tliursdays; four pages 18x24; 
subserii)tiou $2; established 1890; Perrls 
Prlntimr Co^ editors and publishers. 

VALLEY UNION; Thursdays; republi- 
can; eight pages 13x19; subscription .$2; estab- 
lished is8i): H. McPliee & Co., editors and pul)- 
lishers; circulation L2; issue also the Muri- 
etta Valley Union. 

PETALTJMA, Sonoma Co., -a 3,686t 
pop., on San Francisco & North Pacific Rd. 
and Petaluma creek, 42 m. from and 
connected by dally steamers with San 
Francisco. Engaged in manufacturing, 
agriculture, stock raising, fruit and vine 
culture, and wine producing. 

IMPRINT; every evening except Sun- 
day; in<lepeudent; four pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $4 ; established 1884 ; J. W. Hoag & 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation L 2. 

ARGUS; Saturdays ; independent-re- 
publican ; four pages 21x28; subscription 
S2.50; established 1855; McNabb & Cassidy, 
«ditors; Argus Printing and Pub. Co., pub- 
lishers: circulation J 1. 

COURIER; Wednesdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2.50; es- 
tablished 1876: Woodbury & Ravenscroft, 
editors and publishers ; cli'culation I 1 :\-^-. 

PliACERVILLE, c. h., El Dorado 

Co., a 2,300 pop., 48 m. E. N. E. of Sacramento. 
A gold mining and agricultural region. 

EL DORADO CO. REPUBIilCAN; 

Thursdays; republican; four pages 18.x24; 
subscription $2.50; established 1870; Geo. 
A. Richardson, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT? Satur- 
days; democratic; eight pages 18x24; sub- 
scription .$2; established 1852; Oliserver 
Democrat Pub. Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

PliEASANTON, Alameda Co., -a 800 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 41 m. 
from San Francisco. Farming and fruit 
and vine culture are the leading iudustries. 

O AMIGO DOS CATII0LIC08: Sat 

urdays : Portuguese ; catholic; four pages 
16x'22; subscription $2; established 18s7; M. B. 
Quaresma, editor and publisher; circ'n K 2. 

TIMES; Saturdays: four pages 18x24; 
subscription $2.50; established 1882; E. B. 
Tliompson, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

POINT ARENA, (PUNTA ARENAS 

P. O.I Mmilorin'i Co., -a 456 pop., connected 

by steamers wltli San Francisco. 

RECORD; Fridays; republican; four 
pages 1S.X2I; subscription 82.')0; established 
18»S; William Hee-ser, editor and publisher; 
Circulation 1.2. 

POMONA, Los Angeles Co., p S.T.'Ot 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 33 m. E. 



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of Los Angeles, the county seat. Engaged 

In farming, fruit growing and mining. 

TI1>IES; every evening except Sunday, 
and TIMES-COURIER, Saturdays: four 
pages 18x24; subscription— dally $6, weekly 
$2; established— dally 1SS7, weekly 1882; Lee 
& Ward, editors and publishers; circulation- 
dally L 2, weekly K2. 

PROGRESS; Thursdays; Independent; 
eight pages 19x23; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1883; Tinsley & Lorbeer, publishers; 
circulation .T 2. 

RE<JISTER; Wednesdays; eight pages 
18x24; subscription $1; established 1889; Reg- 
ister Printing Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation L2. 

TIMES-COURIER? (see Times.) 

S T U I> E N T ; monthly ; educational ; 
twelve pages 7x10 ; subscription 75 cents ; 
established 1889 ; Students of Pomona Col- 
lege, editors and publishers; a college paper; 
Issued during the collegiate year. 

PORTERVILLE, Tulare Co., a OOOf 
pop., 32 m. from Visalla, the county .seat. 

ENTERPRISE ; Fridays; four pages 
18x24 ; subscription $2 ; establi.shed 1888 ; 
Clancy & Lumley, editors and publLshcrs; 
circulation L2. 

MONACIIE TIDINGS AND FARM 
VIEW; Fridays; four pages 18X24; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1889; E. M. Dewey, editor 
and publisher; circulation J IH-sl^. 

PUNTA ARENAS, Mendocino Co.. 

-a (see Point Arena.) 

QUINCY, c. h., Plumas Co., li 432 

pop., on Spanish creek, 250 m. N. E. of San 

Francisco and 80 N. W. of Virginia City, 

Nev. Agriculture, mining and lumbering. 

PLUMAS NATIONAL,; Saturdays; 
Independent; four pages 18.x24; subscrij)- 
tion $3; established 1866; The Plumas Na- 
tional Publishing Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation L 2. 

RED BLUFF, c. li., Tehama Co., [^ 
3,600 pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. and 
Sacramento r. at head of navigation ; 145 m. 
from Sacramento, the State capital. A 
glove manufactory is located here. Lum- 
bering, farming, and stock, wool and fruit 
raising largely carried on. 

NEWS ; (!very morning except Sunday, 
and WEEKIvY, Saturdays; eight pages- 
daily 14x21, weekly 13x20; subscription— dally 
$5, weekly $2; established 1885; E. F. Lennon, 
editor and publisher; circulation— daily L 2, 
weekly K 1. 

PEOPLE'S CAUSE; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Satur- 
days ; republican ; dally four pages 14.x21, 
weekly eight pages; subscrli)tlon— daily $5, 
weekly $2; established 18(.0; E. C Pendleton, 
editor ; Pendleton Bros., publishers ; circu- 
lation-daily 1. 2, weekly K 2. 

SENTINEIi ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKliV, Saturdays; four 
pages— daily 15.\22, weekly 21x28; subscrip- 
tion-dally $5, weekly $2; established— dally 
1879, weekly 18S1; Dodson & Dodson, edltore 
and publishers; circulation- dally K 1^, 
weekfv Iv ** si* 

NOR D- CALIFORNIA IIEROLD 
UN D SA C |{ A M ENTO J O L R N A L j 
(see Sacramento.) 

REDDING, Shasta Co., i 2,0(K) pop., 

on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. Mining, 

lumbering and agricultural section. 

FREE PRESS; Saturdays; republican; 
eight jiages 1 1x21; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1883 ; Frank M. Swasey, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1 :):;!:. 



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SHASTA CO. DEMOCRAT; Wed 

nesdays; four pages 20x26; subscription $3; 
established 1881; L. S. Barnes, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation L 2 . 

REDLiANDS, San Bernardino Co., O, 

700 pop., 8 m. from San Bernardino, the 

county seat. In fruit-raising, agricultural 

and mining district. 

CITROGRAPH; Saturdays; independ- 
ent; twelve pages 11x17; subscription $2; 
established 1887; Scipio Craig, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J IH^^. 

FACTS; Thursdays; twelve pages 11x16; 
subscription $2; established 1890; Edgar F. 
Howe, editor and publisher. 

RED"WOOD CITY, c. h., San Ma- 
teo Co., -D 1,536 pop., on Southern Pacific 
Co's Rd., 28 m. from San Francisco and on 
Redwood creek, which is navigable to this 
point by vessels of light draught. Engaged 
in agriculture and lumbering. 
DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1886; Frank B. Thompson, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2;I;j1c. 

TIMES -GAZETTE; Saturdays; re- 
publican; eight pages 18x24; subscription $3; 
established 1859; C. N. Kirkbride, editor; San 
Mateo Publishing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion J l^^i. 

RIALiTO, San Bernardino Co., D^ on 
California Central Rd., 4 m. from San Ber- 
nardino, the county seat. Main industry is 
orange and raisin growing. 
ORANGE GROVVEK; Fridays; four 
pages 2(1x26; subscription $2; established 
1888; J. W. Craig, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L 2. 

RIO VISTA, Solano Co., n 800 pop., 
on Sacramento r., 22 m. E. of Suisun and 65 
E. N. E. of San Francisco by water. A ship- 
ping point. 

SACRAMENTO RIVER NEWS; 

Fridays; four pages 15.x22; subscription $2.50; 
established 1890; T>. G. Holt, editor and pub- 
lisher. 



RIVERSIDE, San Bernardino Co. , Q, 
4,674+ pop., on California Central Rd., 12 m. 
from San Bernardino, the county seat, and 
Santa Ana r. Grapes, raisins, nuts and 
semi-tropical fruits are cultivated. Lum- 
bering is also carried on. 
PRESS ; everv evening except Sunday, 
and PRESS AND HORTICULTUR- 
IST, Saturdays; four pages 21x28; subscrip- 
tion—daily $<i, weeklv .$2; established— daily 
1886, weekly 1878; Holmes & Plersou, editors 
and publishers; circulation— dally K 2 ^^, 
weeklv K 2 :I;;1:. 

ENTERPRISE ; semi-weekly, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays; six pages 18x24; sub- 
scription ,$2..50; established 1881; Mark R. 
Plaisted, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1 :1;:1;. 
P H flSN I X ; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 16x23; subscription $1; established 
1888; C. W. Flemmlug, eclitor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

PRESS AND HORTICULTURIST; 
(see Press.) 

ROHNERVIL.ee, numholdt Co.,ti 
630 pop., on Eel r., 22 m. from Eureka, the 
county seat. In agricultural district. 
HERA Til) ; Wednesdays; Independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1882; Charles E. Gordon, editor and 
publlshtir; circulation L2. 



SACRAMENTO, c. h., Sacramento 
Co., D 26,272+ pop.. State Capital, on 
Southern Pacific Co's Rd. and Sacramento- 
r., 86 m. N. E. of San Francisco. Has various- 
manufactures. Shipping point of all the 
California green fruits. 

BEE: every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays; Independent-re- 
publican; daily four pages 16x24, weekly and 
Saturday eight pages; subscription— daily 
$6, weekly $1.50, Saturday $1.50; established- 
daily 1824, weekly 1877: James McClatchy & 
Co., editors and publishers ; circulation— 
dailvG 1, weekly H 2. 

RECORD-UNION; every mornlng- 
and UNION, Saturdays; republican; daily 
four pages 18x26, weekly eight pages; sub- 
scription— daily $6, weekly $2 ; established- 
daily 1828, weekly 1833 ; Sacramento Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers; circulation — 
dally G 1, weekly G 2. 

NOR D- CALIFORNIA HEROLD 
UND SACKAMENTO JOURNAL? 
semi-weekly, Wednesdays and Saturdays^ 
German ; Wednesdays four pages 18x24, Sat- 
urdays eight pages; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1885: Chas. Sehmitt. editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation Jl; an edition is dated 
at Red Bluff for circulation in Northern Cali- 
fornia. 

SUNDAY LEADER: Sundaj^s ; four 
pages 20x26: subscription $2.50; established 
1879; John N. Larkin, editor and publisher; 
circulation J 2. 

THEMIS; Saturdays; eight pages 12x16; 
subscription's; established 1889; WinfleldJ, 
Davis and W. A. Anderson, editors; A. J. 
Johnston & Co., publishers; circulation L2. 

UNION; (st^e Record- Union.) 

OCCIDENTAL MEDICAL TIMES ; 
monthly; medical; fifty-six pages 6x9; sub- 
scription $2; established 1887: James H.Park- 
inson, editor and publisher; circulation J 2. 

RESCUE; monthly; temperance; eight 
pages 10x13: subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1862; Geo. B.Katzenstein, editor; Grand 
Lodge I. O. G. T. of Cal., publishers; circula- 
tion H 1 ^iii. 

ST. HELENA. Napa Co., -o 2,108t 
poix, on Southern Pacitic Co's Rd., 60 in. N. 
of San Francisco. Has foundry, machine 
works, soda works and various manufact- 
ories. Wine producing is the leading in- 
dustry- Surrounded by farms and vine- 
yards. 

REFLECTOR; every evening except 
Sunday; four pa: 
established 1890; 
publisher. , ^ 

STAR; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 20x26 ; subscription $3 ; established 
1874 ; Dungan & Mackinder, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation K 1 



cs 13x20; subscription $5; 
0. A. White, editor and 



SALINAS, c. li., Monterey Co., -a 2,700t 
pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 94 m. S. 
E. of San Francisco. In agricultural, live- 
stock and wool-producing region. 
JOURN A L ; every morning except Mon- 
day; four pages 18x20: subscription $4.50; 
established 1889: Harris & Smeltzer, editor* 
and inibllshers: circulation L2. 

DEMOCRAT; Saturdays: four pages 
20x26 ; subscription $2..50 ; established 1867 ; 
Thomas Harris, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 2. 

INDEX; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $2.50; established 
1871; W.J. Hill, eilitor and publisher; circu- 
lation J 1 . 



SAN 

Co., o 



ANDREAS, c. h., Calaveras 

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culture, horticulture and gold-mining dis- 
trict. 

CALAVERAS CITIZEN; Saturdays; 
democratic: four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2 ; established 187U ; O. Pfortner, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

CALAVERAS P RO S P EC T; Satur- 
days: four pages 18x24: subscription $2; es- 
tablished 18S1 : C. W. Getchell, editor and pub- 
llslier; circulation K 1. 

SAN BERNARDINO, c. h., San 

Bernardino Co., Q, 8,000 pop., on California 
Central and California Southern Rds., 60 m. 
E. of Los Angeles. Located in a fertile val- 
ley. Agriculture, horticulture and mining 
are the chief industries. 

COURIER ; every morning except Mon- 
day, anil WEEKLY, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages— daily 20x26, weelcly 22x28; 
subscription — dally $8, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 188ii; Arthur Kearney, editor; San Ber- 
nardino Publishing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion— tiaily K 1, weekly K 1. 

TIMES-INDEX; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; re- 
publican; daily four pages 20x26, weekly 
eight pages 13x19 ; subscription — daily $S, 
■weekly $2; established 1882; C.C.Haskell, 
editor; Times-Index Co., publishers; circu- 
lation — dailj' J 1 , weekly J 2. 

SAN DIEGO, c. h., San Diego Co., P, 

16,153+ pop., on California Southern and Na- 
tional City & Otay Rds., and on San Diego 
bay, about 4,')0 m. from San Francisco. The 
seaport town of Southern California. The 
fisheries and whaling are important indus- 
tries. Has iron works, etc. 

SAN DIEGAN ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; four 

fiages 20x2J; establislietl 1885; daily $6, week- 
y S1.50; JlcCrinmion & Buck, editors and pub- 
lishers; circ'n— daily J 1 :l;;i:, weekly L 2 ^. 

SUN; every evening, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays; eight pages 15x21 ; subscription 
—daily ST. 50, weekly $2; established 1873; 
W. E.Sinipson, editor and publislier; circu- 
lation—dally K 2, weekly .1 1 . 

UNION; every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays; republican: eiglit pages 
lS.v24; subscription— daily S9, weekly $2; es- 
tablished—daily 186S, weekly 18.54: San Diego 
Union Co., editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion—dally (i 1 ;1;Hj, weekly J 2^i;;!:. 

CLIPPER; Fridays; independent: eight 
pages l:ixlS ; subscription .«;1 ; establisned 
a8sn: M. A. Biddle, editor and publisher. 

SOLTHERN CALIFORNIA IN- 
FORMANT; Saturdays; immigration; 
eight pages 10x14; subscription $I.:"0; estab- 
lished 1S.S8; Informant Publishing Co., editors 
and pulilishers: circulation K 2. 

STK D.CALIFORNIA OEUTSCIIE 
/>EITUN(» ; Fridays: German; independ- 
ent: si.ic pages 20x26: subscription S3: estab- 
lislied 1887; Charles F. Kaminan, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2 :!:;i;;|;. Z^" Actual 
arerage for the past j/car .940 copies. 

CiOLDEN ERA; monthly; literature; 
ninety-six pages 7x10: subscription ,§3; estab- 
lished 1852; Golden Kra Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation H 1. 

GREAT SOUTHWEST; (seeNatlonal 
City.) 

WORK; monthly; evangelical; twelve 
pages 7x12; subscription 2."> cents; established 
lHs9: Phillip Morse, editor; Young Men's 
Christian Association, publishers. 

SAN FRANCISCO. c.h., San Fran- 
cisco Co., -D 297,990-1- pop. The metropolis of 
the Pacific Coast, situated on San Francis- 
co bay, at entrance through Golden Gate. 
Engaged In foreign and domestic com- 



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merce, and is the depot for all imports 

and exports. 

ABENI> POST; every evening except 
Sunday, SON NTAGS-POST, Sundays, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays; German; re- 
publican; four pages 21x28; subscription — 
daily $8, Sunday .$2, weekly $2.50; established 
1861; Adolpli Samuels, editor and publislier; 
circulation — daily G 1 H^*) weekly G2;l:*; 
office i")35 California street. 

ADVERTISER; every evening except 
Sunday; commercial; four pages 18x24; sud- 
scrii)tiou $5.20; established 1887; Railway 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers; office 
429 Montgomery street. 

ALTA CALIFORNIA; every morn- 
ing, and WEEKIiY, Saturdays ; independ- 
ent-democratic ; eight pages — daily 19x21, 
weekly 20x26; subscription— daily (including 
Sundav) $4.;-)0, Sunday $\.M, weekly $1.50; 
established 1848; Alta California Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation — 
dally E 2, weekly F 1 ; office 529 California St. 

CALIFORNIA DEMOKRAT; everv 
morning exceijt Sunday, CALIFORNIA 
STAATS ZEITUNG, Thursdays, and 
SONNTAGSIJLATT, Sundays; German; 
independent: daily four pages 2i>x26, Sunday 
and weekly eiglit pages 18x22; subscription- 
daily with Sunday $10, weekly $2.50, Sun- 
day $2.50, weekly with Sunday $3; estab- 
lished—daily 185:5, weekly 1854; Frederick 
Hess & Co., editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation-daily 12, weekly HI, Sunday H2; 
office 409 Bush street. 

CHRONICLE; every morning except 
Sunday, WEEK LY, Thursdays, and SUN- 
DAY CHRONICLE, Sundays; inde- 
pendent; dally and weekly eight pages 20x24, 
Sunday sixteen pages; subscription— dally 
with Sunday #6.70, weekly $l..50, Sunday $2 : es- 
tablished—daily and Sunday 1865, weekly 1874 ; 
M. H. de Young, editor and publisher ; circu- 
lation—dally B l5l:;l;, weekly C Ul::;:, Sunday 
Bl:-::!:; office N. E. cor. Kearney and Bush 
strpcts 

COMMERCIAL NEWS AND SH IP- 
PINCi LIST; every morninii, and COM- 
MERCIAL NEWS AND INSUR- 
ANCE RECORD, Fridays; commercial; 
daily four pages 16x24, weekly eight pages; 
subscription— dally $6, weekly $2; estab- 
lished—daily 1863, weekly 1883 ; Commercial 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation— daily K 2, weeklj' Kl; office .34 Cali- 
fornia street. 

EVENING BULLETIN; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and BULLETIN, 
Wednesdays; independent-republican: dally 
four pages 2;ix29, Saturday six l>age^;, weekly 
twelve pages 18x25: subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $1.50: established— daily 1819. VNcckly 
1855; Geo. K. Pitch, editor: San Francisco Bul- 
letin Co., publishers; circ'n— daily D 1 ^s*. 
weekly 1) 2 ;!;;!;: office 622 Montgomery street. 

EVENING POST; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and POST, Wednesdays: inde- 
geudent-republicaii: daily six pages 17x21, 
aturday and weekly eight pages: subscrip- 
tion-daily $6, weekly .«!l.."i(i: established — 
dally 1853, weekly 1875: Heazelton .S: Hirsch, 
editors and publishers: circulation- daily 
V 1 J;::!:, weekly a 1 : office 72T .Market street. 

EXAMINEK ; every morning except 
Sundav, SUNDAV EX:AM1NER. Sun- 
days, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic: daily and weekly eight pages 17x21, 
Sundav twenty pages; subscription— dally 
«6.70, Sunday .S2, weekly $1 .50: established 
1865; W. R. Hearst, editor and publisher; 
Circ'n- dally B 1 :i::|-.:I:, Sunday H I ;|::i::i:. 
weekly B 1 :i"i::!:. office 7:"i6 .Market street. 
^^^~ .Actual average for the imst i/ear, daily 
56,576. .S'»ii(?«i/ 63,516, in j'A/// 63,962 c«//ic.s, 

HOTEL (iAZETTE AND RAIL- 
WAV AI>VERTISEK; every evening 
except Sunday; commercial: four pages 
21x24; subscription $5; established 186.3; J. 
>I. Ciiase, editor; Wm. P. Harrison, pub- 
lisher; circ'n I 1 : offlci- 4.'0Kearni'v siiect. 

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE; eveiT 
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Thursdays ; commercial ; four pages— dally 
21x2S, weekly 22x30; subscription— daily $T.5U, 
weekly $4; established— dally 1883, weekly 
1872; J. O'Leary, editor; San Francisco Jour- 
nal of Commerce Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation— dally J 2, weekly H 2; issue also 
the Commercial Herald and Market Review; 
office 433 California street. 

I. A VOCE DEL POPOLO; every 
evening except Sunday; Italian; independ- 
ent; four pages 20x26"; subscription $6; es- 
tablished 1859; G. B. Cevasco and Parlde 
Canessa, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion I 2 ; office 535 Washington street. 

LiAW JOURNAL; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday ; legal ; four pages 15x21 ; 
subscription $12; established IStiiJ; Stockwell 
& Co., editors and publishers; clrc'n J 1; 
office 320 Sansome street. 

LE FRANCO-CALIFORNIEN; 
every morning, and WEEKIj Y, Saturdays; 
French; Independent; four pages 20x26; 
subscription — dally $13, weekly $5; estab- 
lished— dallv 1SS6. weekly 18.52 ; A. Chaigneau, 
editor and' publisher; clrc'n — daily H 2, 
weekly .J 1 ; office 630 Clay street. 

L'lTA LI A ; every morning; Italian; four 
pages 21x27; subscription $6; established 
1887; Italian Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation 12; office 619 Mont- 
gomer.y street. 

MORNING CALL: every morning, 
and CAIjL, Thursdays; independent ; dally 
eight pages 20x26, Suntlay twelve pages, 
weeklj' eight pages; subscription — daily $6, 
Sunday $1.50, weekly $1.25; established- 
daily 1821, weekly 1822; San Francisco Call 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation — 
daily B l:!^:!;;;-;, Sunday B l;i:^|:;l:, weekly D 1; 
office 525 Montgomery street. 

REPORT ! every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays ; Independ- 
ent ; daily four to eight pages 20x23, weekly 
eight pages 19x24 ; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $2; established — daily 1852, weekly 
1863; Dally Report Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation— daily C 2, week- 
ly G 2; office 23S Moutgomerv street. 

LE PETIT CALIFORNIEN; semi 
weekly, Wednesdays and Saturdays; French; 
four pages Ux21 ; subscription $4; established 
1888; E. Marque, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation .T 1 ; office 712 Moutgomerv street. 

AMERICAN AND CHINESE COM- 
MERCIAL NEWS; Fridays; Chinese; 
commercial; four pages 14x23; subscription 
$5; established 1883; Suey Kee, editor and 
publisher; circulation 12; office 83514 Du- 
pont street. 

AMERICAN STANDARD; Satur 
days; independent; sixteen pages 6x12; 
subscription $2.50; estahlished 188S; Ameri- 
can Standard Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation .1 2 ; oftice 532 Clay street. 

ARBEITER-ZEITUNJi ; Saturdays; 
German; labor; four pages 19x22; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1887; circulation I 1 ^;I;;1;. 
^^ Actual average circulation for the past 
year 2,32? copies. Official organ of the Ger- 
man Labor Union of the Pacific Coast; office 
710 Washington street, 

A RGONA UT ; Saturdays ; Independent; 
sixteen pages 11x16; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1866; Frank M. Pixley, editor; Argo- 
naut Publishing Co.. publishers; clrc'n F2; 
office 213 Grant avenue. 

A UMAO PORTIKJUEZA: Thurs 
days; Portuguese; four pages isx24; sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1887; Manuel F. 
M. Triguriro, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2; office 525 Front street. 

BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN; 
Saturdays; sporting; twenty pages 11x15; 
subscription $5; established 1877; Alex. P. 
Wangh, editor; Jas. P. Kerr, publisher; cir- 
culation (f 1; office 313 Bush street. 

BULLETIN ; (see Evenin a Bulletin.) 
BUTCHERS' AND lilVE STOCK 
GAZETTE AND HIOE, WOOli AND 
LEATHER REVIEW; Satnrda.vs; com- 
mercial; eight pages 11x16; subscription .$2; 
established 1888: A. D. Bell and E. Heyman, 



editors; Butchers' Gazette Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation 12:1;^; office 434 
California street. 

CALIFORNIA CHRISTIAN AD- 
VOCATE ; Wednesdays; methodist-epis- 
copal; eight pages 16x23; subscription $2.50; 
established 1852; B. F. Crary, D.D., editor; 
J. D. Hammond, D.D., publisher; clrc'n H 2; 
office 1037 Market street. 

CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWER; 
Saturdays ; horticulture ; sixteen pages 
10x13; subscription .$3; established 1887; B. N. 
Rowley, editor; Fruit Grower Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulatiou G 1 J;;:!;; office 40 Cali- 
fornia street. 

CALIFORNIA ILLUSTRATED 
WORLD; Saturdays; sporting and dram- 
atic; sixteen pages 11x16; subscription $4; es- 
tablished 1889; Illustrated World Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation J 2; 
office 21 Third street. 

CALIFORNIA JOURNAL UND 
SONNTAGSGAST; Satmdays ; German; 
four pages 21x26; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1870; California Journal Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers; clrc'n II i'fi^/:; 
office 310 and 312 Battery street. 

CALIFORNIA PROHIBITION- 
IST; Thursdays; prohibition; four pages 
18x24; subscription $1; established 1888; 
A. G. Shehan, editor; Prohibition Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation 1 2 ; office 863 
Market street. 

CAIilFORNIA SPIRIT OF THE 
TIMES AND UNDERWRITER'S 
JOURNAL; Saturdays; insurance; eight 
pages 23x32; subscription $5; established 1854; 
Slarcus D. Boruck, editor and pulilisher; cir- 
culation K 2; office 621 Sansome street. 

CALIFORNIA STAATS ZEI- 
TUNG; (see California Demokrat.) 

CALIFORNISCHE VOLKS- 
FREUND; Saturdays; German; catholic; 
eight pages 18x21; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1885; George Schleyer, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation Gl^i;; office 120 Golden 
Gate avenue. 
CAlilj ; (see Morning Call.) 
CITY ARGUSj Saturdays; twenty-four 
pages 11x14 ; subscription $4; established 1870; 
Robert E. Culbreth, editor and publisher; 
circulation G 2 ; office 526 Kearney street. 

COAST SEAMAN'S JOURNAL; 
Wednesdays; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2; established 1S87; Xarier H. Leder, editor; 
Coast Seaman's Union of the Pacific Coast, 
publishers; circulation J 1. 

COMMERCIAL HERALD AND 
MARKET REVIEW; Thursdays; com- 
mercial ; four pages 21x28; subscription $9; 
established 185-1 ; J. O'Leary, editor ; San Fran- 
cisco Journal of Commerce Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation .12; the Market Re- 
view Is issued on letter sheet simultaneously 
with above, especially for transmission 
abroad; issue also the Jbur»ia?o/ Commerce; 
office 433 California street. 

COMMERCIAL NEWS AND IN- 
SURANCE RECORD; (see Commercial 
News and Ship/dna List.) 

COMMEKCIAL RECORD : Thurs- 
days; commercial ; four pages 18x24 ; sub- 
scription $4; established 1884; S. P. Leeds, 
editor; Chas. B. Flanagan, publisher; circu- 
latitni K 1 ; office 536 Clav street. 

DEUTSCHE VEREINS ZEITUNG; 
Thursdays; German; eight pages 18x24; es- 
tablished 1890; F.HoefinghofCand H.Maret, edi- 
tors and publishers; office 722 Washington st. 
ELEVATOR; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $4 ; estab- 
lished 1865; Philip A. Bell, editor; J. B. Wil- 
son, publisher; circulation J 1 ; an organ of 
the negro race ; office 622 Clay street. 

FREE THOUGHT; Saturdays; free 
thought ; sixteen pages 9x12 ; sul>scriptIon 
$2; established 1888; Samuel P. Putnam and 
Georg(' E. Macdonald, editors and publisliers; 
circulation J 2 ; office 504 Kearney street. 

GliOBE; Saturdavs; ne\itral; four pages 
18x24; sub.scriptlon $1..50; established 1889; 
Dolan Bros. Publishing Co., editors and pub- 



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Ushers; circ'n I1:H^:1;; office 630 Market 

tiOLDEN GATE ; Saturdays; spiritual- 
ist : ei^lit i)ages 14x21 ; subscription $J.50; 
established 18S5; J. J. Owen, editor; Golden 
Gate Printing and Publishing Co., publishers; 
circ'n .1 a ; office Flood Building, Market st. 

GOLDEN STATE CATHOLIC; Sat- 
unlavs; four pages 15x2:2; subscription $1.5U; 
established IMS"; W. A. Pryal, editor; Leo & 
Pryal, publisliers: office 1236 Market street. 

GROCER AND COUNTRY MER. 
CHANT; Fridays; commercial; four pages 
22x29; subscription $2.50; established 1875; 
Briggs & Harrington, editors and publishers; 
Circ'n I 2 ; office 123 California street. 

HAYES VALLEY ADVERTISER; 
Saturtlays; independent; four pages 19x24; 
subscription $1; established 1878; E. A. Wal- 
lazz, editor: Wm. Clack & Co., publishers; 
circulation K 2; office 5(t9 Hayes street. 

HEBREW; Fridays; English and Ger- 
man; Jewish; eight pages 14x21; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1863: Philo Jacoby, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation K2; office 612 
Commercial street. 

HERALD OF TRADE AND GRO- 
CER AND CANNER; Fridays; commer- 
cial; twenty-four pages 10x13; subscription 
$3; established ISSl; B. F. Jacobs, editor; 
Herald of Trade Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation H 1; office 415 Market street. 

JEWISH PROGRESS; Fridays; Jew- 
ish; eight pages 13xi:t; subscription $5; es- 
tablished 1875; Progress Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation K 1 ; office 
6CI8 Sacramento street. 

, JEWISH TIMES AND OBSER- 
VER; Fridays; Jewish; eight pages 14x21; 
subscription .S3: established 18:56; M. S. Levy 
and Wm. Saalburg, editors; Saalbm-g Print- 
ing House, publishers ; circulation 1 1 ; office 
49 First street. 

LA REPUBLICA; Saturdays; Spanish; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1881; La Republica Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation J 2 ; office 
531 C^ilifornia street. 

LEADER; Thursdays; baptist; eight 

J ages 11x15; subscription $2; established 1880; 
. Herndon Garnett, editor; Leader Publish- 
ing Co., publishers; circulation I 1 ; office 532 
Commercial street. 

L'ELVEZIA; Mondays; Swiss-Italian; 
republican; four pages 21x28; subscription $5; 
established 1878; George F. Cavalli, editor; 
Paralli & Toguazzi, publishers; circ'n J 2; 
office 13 Montgomery street. 

MINING AND SCIENTIFIC 

P R E S S ; Saturdays ; mining ; sixteen 
pages 11x16; subscription $3; established 
1832: W. B. Ewer, editor; Dewey & Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation 12^:1:: issue also the 
Paciflr Rural Press ; office 220 Market street. 

MIRROR; Fridays; republican; four 
pages 17x25; subscription $2.50; established 
1879; William Mclntyre, editor; Mirror Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation G 1 :J:H5; 
office 702 Montgomery street. 

MISSION JOURNAL; Saturdays; in- 
depcndent-repiiblican ; four pages 22x2.8 ; 
subscription $2; established 1877: A. K. Holiis, 
editor and publisher; circulation K2; office 
2222 .^lission street. 

MONITOR; Wednesdays ; catholic ; 
eight pages l'.ix25; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1856; S. J. McCormick, editor: Monitor 
Publishing Co., publishers; circulation Gl; 
office 5:56 Kearney street. 

.>IUSIC ANl> DRAMAt Saturdays; 
dramatic ; four pages 19x26 ; subscription 
$•2.50; established 1879; John F. Thrum, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation 12; office 2'23 
Kearney street. 

^.NEWS LETTER AND CALIFOR- 
NIA ADVERTISER; Saturdays; twen- 
ty-four pages 9x1:1; subscription $5; estab- 
lished 1356: Frederick Marriott, editor and 
gubli.sher: circulation F2**; office Flood 
iiilding, Fourth and .Market streets. 

O C 0*^1 D E N T ; Wednesdays ; presby te- 
rlan; sixteen pages 11x16; subscription $:i ; 



CALIFORNIA. 



established 1850; Rev. A. W. Nesblt, editor 
and publisher; circulation I2Hs5ls: office 42 
Geary street. 

ORIENTAL CHINESE NEWS- 
PAPER; Fridays; Chinese; four pages 
14x21; established 1886; War Kee, editor and 
publisher; circulation Jl; office 800 Wash- 
ington street. 

Pa CI FIC; Wednesdays; congregational; 
eight pages 16x23; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1851; Rev. J. W. Douglas, editor and 
publisher; circulation J2; office 7 Montgom- 

PACIFIC LUMBERMAN AND 
CONTRACTOR ; Thursdays ; commer- 
cial; twenty pages 1(1x14; subscription $.^ ; 
establi.shed 1885; W. L. & H. D. Peet, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 2; office 10 Cal- 
Ifoi'iiiti strtitit 

PACIFIC METHODIST; Thursdays; 
methodis^episcopal, south; eight pages 
14x20; subscription $2.:")U; established 186H; 
circulation I l il;^:; office 507 Montgomery st. 

PACIFIC PILOTE; Saturdays; Ger- 
man; independent; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1880: F. G. Ger- 
hard, editor and publisher; circulation Jl; 
office 1827 Howard street. 

PACIFIC RURAL PRESS; Satur- 
days; agricultural; sixteen pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $3; established 1852: Dewey & Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation Gl; is- 
sue also the Mining and Scientific Press; 
office 220 Market street. 

PACIFIC SCANDINAV; Thursdays; 
Norwegian-Danish ; four pages 20x26 ; sub- 
scription $2.5(J; established 1888; Free.se & 
Hansen, editors; Scandinavian Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation J 1 ; office 9 and 
11 Market street. 

PACIFIC UNION; Saturdays; four 
pages 16x22 ; subscription .$1 ; established 
1888; J. W. Hines, editor; Pacitic Union Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation J 1 : dated 
at San Francisco and San Jose; office 628 

POLITICAL RECORD; Mondays; 
non-partisan; four pages 16x2:^; subscription 
$2.50; established 1877; California Political 
Record Publishing Co., editors and publLSh- 
ers: circulation J 2; office 536 Clay street. 

POST ; (see Evening Post.) 

PUBLIC OPINION; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent ; four pages 14x21 ; subscription 
$2.50; e-stablishecl 1872; I. N. Choynski, editor 
and publisher; circulation J l^;:;-:; office 137 
Taylor street. 

REAL ESTATE AND BUILDING 
RECORD; weekly; architectural; twen- 
ty-four pages 10x14; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1889; Smith & Young, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation 11^:-;; office 723 Market 
street. 

RETAIL GROCERS' JOURNAL; 
Saturdays; commercial; four pages 15x23; 
subscription $2; established 1890; Henry Wel- 
cer, editor and publisher; office 116 Califor- 
nia street. 

SENTINEL; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages 1hx24; subscription $2..')0; estab- 
lished 1890: A. A. Collins, editor and pub- 
lisher: an organ of the negro race; office 1020 
Powell street. 

SONNTAGSBLATT ; (see California 
Demokrat.) 

SONNTAGS-POST; (see Abend Post.) 

STAR; .Saturdays; Independent; twelve 
pages 12.\16 ; subscription $1.50 : established 
1878; James H. Barry, editor and publisher; 
circulation H 2: office 42'.i .'Montgomery street. 

SUNDAY CHRONICLE; (see Chron- 
icle.) 

SUNDAY EXAMINER; (.see 
Examiner.) 

TRUTH ; Thursdays; Christian: eight 
pages 13x20 ; subscription $2 ; established 
18S9; C. Keith and J. H. .McCollogh, editors 
and publishers; circulation I2:i:*; office 312 
Post Rf r^^f 

UNIVERSE; Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription iS; estab- 
lished 1882; Universe Publishing Co., editors 



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and publishers ; circulation K 1 ; olHce 601 
Kearney street. 

VESTKUSTEN; Fridays ; Swedish; 
independent ; eight pages 18x24 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1887; Alrick G. Spencer, 
editor and publisher; circulation H 1; office 
23 Ellis street. 

VINDICATOR; Saturdays; Independ- 
ent; four pages 18x24; subscription $3.50; 
J. E. Brown, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion J 2 ; office 409 Montgomery street. 

VISITOR; Tuesdays; four pages 15x22; 
subscriptions!; established 1SS9; Marion Par- 
ker Wheeler, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L2^:i;; office 519 Montgomei-y avenue. 

WASP; Saturdays ; humorous ; fifteen 
pages 10x14 ; subscription $5 ; established 
1876; Wasp Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation F 2 H^^ ; office 27 Main st. 

WAVE; Saturdays; society; twenty- two 
pages 10x14 ; subscription ,S4 ; established 
1886; Cosgrove & Hume, editors and publish- 
ers; office 331 Montgomery street. 

WEST END ; Saturdays; independent- 
democratic; twelve pages 11x16; subscription 
$2.50; established 1885; S. B. Carleton, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 2 ; office 1501 Pine 

AM STIL.EEN MEER; semi-monthly; 
German; methodist-episcopal; eight pages 
14x21; subscription $1 ; established 1886; Rev. 
Fritz Reiser, editor; Am Stillen Meer Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation J 1 ^H^; 
office 1225 Folsom street. 

NEAVSDEALER; semi-monthly; com- 
mercial; thirty-six pages 6x9: subscription $3; 
established 1889; Warren Eldridge Price, edi- 
tor and publisher; office 1203 Market street. 

PACIFIC UNDERWRITER ; semi 
monthly; insurance; twenty pages 9x12; 
subscription S2; established 1887; F. T. Hoyt, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2; office 
405 California street. 

PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RE- 
VIEW'; semi-monthly; vitieultural; sixteen 
pages 10x14; subscription .1(3; established 18T8; 
F. Finley, editor; V. W. Wood & Co., publish- 
ers; circulation I ] ; office 402 Front street. 

ARCHITECTURAL NEWS; month 
ly; architectural; thirty-two pages 9x14; 
subscription $3; established 1890; Archi- 
tectural News Co., editors and publishers; 
office 609 Sacramento street. 

BISHOP'S ABC GUIDE; 
monthly; one hundred and ninety-two pages 
6x9; subscription $1.50; established 1885; 
Robert H. Hession, editor; Traffic Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation HI; office 429 
Montgomery street. 

BOEEETINO MENSIEE ; monthly; 
Italian; four pages 14x22; subscription ijil; 
established 1885; circulation Kl; organ of 
the Italian Chamber of Commerce; office 506 
Battery street. 

CALIFORNIA ARCHITECT AND 
BUILDING NEWS; monthly; architect- 
ui-al and mechanical ; twenty-eight pages 
10x14; subscription $2; established 1879; Cali- 
fornia Architectural Fublislilng Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation 12; office 408 
California street. 

CALIFORNIA HOMtEOPATH ; 
monthly; medical; thirty-two pages 6x9; 
subscription $2; established 1883; Wni. Boer- 
Icke & Dewey, editors ; Boericke & Schreck, 
publishers; circulation Jl; office 234 Sutter 
street. 

COAST REVIEW; monthly; Insur- 
ance; eighty-six pages 7x10; subscription 
$3; established 18(i4; E. H.Bacon, editor; J. G. 
Edwards, publislier: circulation .1 2. 

CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION BUIiLETIN; 
monthly; financial; eight pages 10x14; sub- 
scription $1; establishe<l 1889; John G. Lei- 
bert, editor and i:)ubllsher; office 410 San- 
some .street. 

DER LUTHERISCIIE BOTSCH- 
AFTER; niontlily; G(!rinan; eight pagers 
10x13; subscription $1; established 1884; 
Biihler & Theiss, editors and publishers; 
office 608 Twelfth street, Oakland, Cal. 



CALIFORNIA. 



EGOISM; monthly; free thought; eight 

f)age8 9x13; subscription 5:i cents; estab- 
ished 1890; Eciuity Publishing Co., editors- 
and publishers; address P. O. Box 1678. 

FARMER AND DEALER ; monthly; 
horticulture; thirty-six pages Sxll; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 18T6; Farmer and 
Dealer Publishing Co., editors and publish- 
ers; office 109 California street. 

GLOBE INSURANCE REVIEW; 
monthly; insurance; twelve pages 10x14; 
subscription $1; established 1889; Don A.M. 
Lorenzo De Ferrer, editor and publisher; ad- 
dress P. O. Box 2560. 

GOLDEN WEST ; monthly ; twelve 
pages 11x16; subscription .$1.50; established 
1884; G. Gunzendorfer, editor; Golden West 
Publishing Co., publishers; circ'n Gl Hs5HHs; 
office 24 Fourth street. 

HARMONY; monthly ; evangelical; 
thirty-six pages 6x9 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1888; Mrs. M. E. Cramer, editor and 
publisher; circ'n K 2 :1c; office 324 Seventh St. 

HEALD'S COLLEGE JOURNAL ; 
monthly; educational; eight pages 11x16; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1852; C. S. 
Haley, editor; Heald's Business College, pub- 
lishers; a business college advertising sheet; 
office 24 Post street. 

HOME CIRCLE; monthly; thirt.v-six 
pages 10x14: suliecription 25 cents; estab- 
lished 1882; Barclay J. Smith, editor; Smith's- 
Cash Store, publishers; an advertising sheet; 
office 418 Front street. 

ILLUSTRATED PACIFIC 
STATES; monthly; fraternal: sixteen 
pages 11x16; subscription $1 ; established 1875; 
Illustrated Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation G2; office 220 Market 
street. 

JOURNAL INDUSTRY; monthly; 
commercial; thirty-eight pages 9x13; sub- 
scription $1; establi-shed 1888; John Richards, 
editor; Industrial Publishing Co , publishers; 
circulation J 1 ; office 40 California street. 

MASONIC RECORD; monthly; 
masonic; sixteen pages 11x15; subscription 
$1; established 1866; Masonic Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers; office 220 Market 
street. 

MIXING REVIEW; monthly; mining; 
sixteen pages 10x14; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1889: Milling Review Pul)lishing Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation .J I. 

NEW AGE; monthly; odd fellowship; 
sixteen pages 11x16; subscription .$1; estab- 
lished 18(i5; W. H. Barnes, editor: New Age 
Publishing Co., publishers; office 220 Market 

Olib CURIOSITY SHOP; monthly; 
philately; four pages 9x11; subscription 25 
cents; established 1882; A. Macdonald, editor 
and publisher; address box 17.32. 

ORCHARD AND FARM ; monthly; 
agricultural; eight pages 10x14; subscription 
50 cents; established 18SS; Samuel E. Watson, 
editor and publisher; circulation J 1 ; office 
Glen Park. 

OVERLAND MONTHLY ; literary; 
one hundred and forty-eight pages 7xlli; sub- 
scription $4; established 1877: Overland 
Monthly Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion G2: office 420 Montgomerv street. 

PACIFIC CHURCHMAN AND 
CHURCH NEWS AND FORUM; 
monthly; protcstant-episcoiial; twenty -two 
pages 10x14; subscription $1.50; established 
1865; Rev. D. O. Kelly, eiiitor: Standing Com- 
mittee of the Diocese of California, publish- 
ers; circulation .T 1 :!;; office ti05 Montgomery 

PACIFIC COAST WOOD AND 
IRON; monthly; commercial: twenty-eight 
pag<'s 10x14: subscription $1.50; established 
1884; S. L. Everett, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation 12 ; office 4 California street. 

PACIFIC EDUCATIONAL. 
JOURNAL; monthly; educational; fifty 
pages 6x9; subscription $1.50; established 
1885; J. B. McChesnev, editor; E<liu;ational 
Publishing Co., pubilshers; circ'n HI ;!;:!:; 
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PACIFIC MEDICAL. JOUKNAI.; 

monthly; medical; one huudred aiui twenty 
pages 6x9; subscription $8; established 1S58; 
"Wm. S. Whltwell, M. D., editor; D. A. Hodg- 
head, publisher; circulation J 1; office 020 
Folsoni street. 

PACIFIC RECORD OF MEDICINE 
AND SUROERY; monthly; English and 
Spanish ; niettleal; forty i)ages 8x12; sub- 
scription $i; established 1886; C. W. Moore, 
M. D., editor and publisher; circulation H 1; 
office Nucleus Building, cor. Third and Mar- 
k6t< strGPts 

PACIFIC STATES WATCHMAN; 
monthly; literary; sixteen pages 11 xKi; sub- 
scription $1; established 1H77; W. H. Barnes, 
editor; Watchman Publishing Co., publish- 
ers; office 220 Marlvet street. 

PYTHIAN TRIANCJl.E RECORD; 
montlily; literary; sixteen pages 11x15; sub- 
scription §1; established 1806; Pythian Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers; office 23U 
Market street. 

RAILROAD GAZETTEER; month 
ly; three huudred and tlftv pages 5x7; sub- 
scription $1; established 1870; B. F. Glddings, 
editor; H. S. Crocker, publisher; clrc'n Gl; 
office 110 Sutter street. 

RESCUE HOME; monthly ; phil- 
anthropic; four pages 9x13; subscription 50 
cents; established 1890; Pacific Rescue Home 
Association, editors and publishers; address 
P. O. Box 2515. 

RESOURCES OF CALIFORNIA; 
monthly: immigration; sixteen pages 11x16; 
subscription $2; established 1870; J. P. H. 
Wentworth, editor and publisher; circ'n K2; 
office 320 Sansome street. 

TRADE-POSTAL JOURNAL,; 
monthly; twenty-six pages 8x11; subscription 
S1.50; established 1883; J. D. Robertson, edi- 
tor; Trade-Postal Co., publishers; circula- 
tion J I;!;;;-:; office 623 Commercial street. 

TRESTLE BOARD; montlily; ma- 
sonic; forty pages 7x10; subscription .'S1.5II; 
established 18S7; C. Moody PUininicr. editor; 
Trestle Board Association, pulilishers; circu- 
lation U 1 ; office 40s California street. 

VESTRA SANDEBUDET ; monthly; 
Swedish; methodistepiscopal; eight i)ages 
12x16; subscription 50 cents; establishecl 18!)0; 
J. R. Andrews, editor and publisher; dated 
at San Francisco and Oakland; office 208^4 
Twelfth street. 

ST. JOSEPH'S UNION; quarterlv. 
March, June, September and December; phi- 
lanthropic; twelve pages 10x14; Rev. D. O. 
Crowley, editor and publisher. 

SANGER, Fresno Co., n on Southern 
Pacific Rd., 14 m. from Fresno, the county 
seat. 

EEL RIVER VALLEY ADVANCE; 

(see Fortuna.) 

HERALD; Saturdays; four pages 
18x24; subscription $2; established 1SS9: E. P. 
Dewey, editor and publisher; circ'n L 2. 

SAN JACINTO, San Diego Co., c; 
1,400+ pop., about 50 m. from San Diego, the 
county seat. Has planing mill, box factory 
and brickyard. Considerable wine Is pro- 
duced here. Agricultural section. 

REGISTER; Thursdays; Independent; 
four pages 18x24; suhscrJption $2; estab- 
lished 1SS5: A. G. Muun, editor and publish- 
er; circulation L2. 

SAN JOSE, C. h., Santa Clara Co., -Q 
18,027+ pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 
3 m. from head of San Francisco bay, 
and 51 S. E. of San Francisco. State Normal 
School and Academy of Notre Dame, Uni- 
versity of the Pacific and State .\sylum for 
the Chronic Insane are located here. Has 
medicinal springs and Is ornanjented by a 
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and grain growing, wine making and gen- 
eral manufacturing. 

EVENING NEWS; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday ; independent ; four pages 
18x24; subscription $3; establl.shed 1880; h;a. 
De Lacy, editor; News Publishing Co., pub- 
I Ushers; circulation J 2. 

HERATiD; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY , Fridays ; democratic; 
daily four pages 18x24, weekly eight pages; 
subscription — dally $3, weekly .S2; estab- 
lished—daily 1844, weekly 186:3; J. F. Thomp- 
son, editor; Herald Publishnig Co., publish- 
ers; circulation— dally H 1 ;l:;i;, weekly I l ;l:;i;. 

MERCURY ; every morning except 
Monday, SUNDAY MERCURY, Sun- 
days, and WEEKL.Y, Saturdays; repub- 
lican ; daily four pages 2(lx2(i, Sunday and 
weekly eight pages; subscription —dally 
{With Sunday) $6, weekly $2; established 1853; 
Chas. M. Shortrldge. editor and publisher; 
circulation — dally G 2 %:i:, Sunday G 2 H^*, 
weekly G 1 il;:!:. 

MORNING TIMES ; every morning 
except Monday; democratic; daily four 
pages 18x24, Sunday six pages; subscrip- 
tion S3.50; established 1883; San Jose Publish- 
ing Co., editors and publishers; circulation 
— flaily H 1, Sunday H 1. 

RECORD; every evening except Sun- 
day; farmers' alliance; four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription 15 cents monthly; established 1890: 
H. A. De Lacy, editor and publisher. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; German: Inde- 
pendent ; eight pages 20x26; subscription 
$3: established 1881; Wm. Lenz, editor and 
publisher: circulation K 2. 

PACIFIC UNION; (see San Francisco.) 

SAN JOSEAN; Saturdays; independ- 
ent: four pages 15x21; subscription ."SI. .50; es- 
tablished 1890; C. A. Woolfold, . editor and 
publisher. 

SUNDAY MERCURY ; (see Mercury.) 

FANCIERS' MONTHLY; poultry- 
raising; twenty-four pages 9x11: subscription 
SI: established 1885; Chas. R. Harker, editor 
and publisher; circulation I 2 ^;. 

NORMAL INDEX; monthly; educa- 
tional; sixteen pages 8x12; suliscription 75 
cents; established 1885; Senior Classes of 
State Normal School, editors and publishers; 
circulation K 1; a school paper; issued during 
the school year. 

PACIFIC DRUGGIST; monthly; 
commercial: thirty-two pages 9x12; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1890; A. B. McNeil, editor 
and publisher. 

SANTA CLARA VALLEY; month- 
ly; fruit and vine culture; twenty pages 
10x14: subscription $150; estal)Iish'ed 1884; 
Henry A. Brainard, editor and publisher; 

circulation H 1. 

• 

SAN EEANDRO, Alameda Co., -a 
1.8(J0+ pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 9 
m. from Oakland, the county seat, and 15 
from San Francisco. Agricultural Imple- 
ments, &c., are manufactured. In an agri- 
cultural and fruit section. 

REPORTER; Saturdays; independent- 
repub'ican: four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2.50: established 1878; Benj. F. Mason, editor 
and publislicr ; circulation K 2. 

SAN LUCAS, Monterey Co., -a 100 
pop., on South Pacific Rd., Gu m. from 
Salinas, the county seat. Agricultural dis- 
trict. 

HERALD; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; subscription .S2.5ii: established 
1889; B. G. Goldwater, editor and publisher; 
circulation L I . 

SAN LUIS OBISPO, c. li.. San 
Luis Obispo Co., Q 3,039 pop., on Pacific 
Coast and Southern Pacific Rds., 9 ni. from 
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Francisco. Farming, dairying and stock- 
raising region. 

REPUB1.IC ; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKL.Y, Sundays; inde- 
pendent - democratic ; four pages — daily 
16x23, weekly 18x24; subscription— daily $6; 
weekly S2; established— dally 1S74, v^eekly 
1890; C. B. Hughstou, editor and publisher; 
Circulation— dally L 2 :Jc, weekly K 2 JjC^. 

TRIBUNE; every morning except Mon- 
dav, and WEEKliY, Fridays; daily inde- 
pendent, weekly republican ; daily four 
pages 14x21, weekly eight pages 21x28; sub- 
scription—daily $6.70, weekly $3 ; established 
—daily 1888, weekly 1869; Ben. Brooks, editor; 
Tribune Printing Co., publishers; circulation 
—daily L2, weekly J 1. 

SAN MARCOS, San Diego Co.. R 
500 pop., on California Central Rd. Agri- 
cultural and stock-raising section. 

PLAIN TRUTH; semi-monthly; 
prohibition; four pages 11x16; subscription 
50 cents; esta))llshed 1884; W. W. Borden, 
editor and publisher; circulation LI. 

SAN MATEO, San Mateo Co., -n 932 

pop., on Southern Pacific Rd., 21 m. from 

San Francisco. 

liEADER; Saturdays; four pages 15x22; 
subscription .S2; established 1889; R. H. Jury, 
editor and publisher; circulation LI. 

SAN MIGUEL, San Luis Obispo Co., 
tp 2,000 pop., on Southern Pacific Rd. 

COURIER; Thursdays; farmers' alli- 
ance; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1889; J. M. Lasswell, editor and 
publisher; circulation L 2. 

MESSENGER ; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 18x21; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1886; Frank J. Burns, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation Ll. 

SAN RAFAEL, c. h., Marin Co., -n 
3,S91+ pop., on North Pacific Coast and San 
Francisco and North Pacific Rds., on W. 
side of San Pablo Straits, 15 m. N. of San 
Francisco and at the base of Mount Tamal- 
pais. A resort for Invalids. In a dairying, 
agricultural and stock-raising district. 

MARIN CO. JOURNAL,; Thursdays; 
Independent-republican; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $2.50; established 1861 ; S. F. Bar- 
stow, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

MARIN CO. TOCSIN ; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $2..'')0; established 1879; James H. Wil- 
klns, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2 . 

SANTA ANA, Orange Co., g 3,740t 
pop., on California Central and Southern 
Pacific Co's Rds., 33 m. S. E. of Los Angeles 
and 8 from Newport Harbor on the Pacific 
Ocean. In the semi-tropical fruit and wine- 
growing district of Southern California. 

MORNING BLADE; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and BLADE, Tliursdays; re- 
publican; four pages— daily 18x24, weekly 
20x26 ; subscription- daily $6, weekly $2; 
established 1886; W. R. Mcintosh, editor and 
publisher; circulation— dally K 1 ;i;;i;, week- 
ly L 2 JiJii:. 

PRESS; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays; republican; 
four i)agcs— dally 16.\23, weekly 18x24; sub- 
scrintiou— dally $7, weekly $1,50; established 
—dally 1889, weekly 18!K); H. J. Vail, editor; 
Free Press Puljllshing Co., publishers; circu- 
lation-dally L2. 

BLADK; (see Morning Blatlc.) 

ORANGE CO. HERALD; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages lHx24;sul)S(!rlptlon $2; 
established 1876; A. T. McDlcl & Son, editors 



and publishers ; circulation L 2 ^^ ; issue also 
the Beaumont Sentinel. 

STANDARD ; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1882; D. M. Baker, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1. 

SANTA BARBARA, c. h., Santa 

Barbara. Co., ? 5,S4'.it pop., on Southern 
Pacific Rd. and on the Santa Barbara chan- 
nel, between San Luis Obispo and Los An- 
geles, 862 m. S. E. of San Francisco. A 
health resort. Agriculture, stock raising, 
wool and fruit growing. 
INDEPENDENT : every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages 19x25; subscription 
—daily $8, weekly $3 ; established— daily 1877, 
weekly 1876; M. C. F. Hall Wood and J. W. 
Leonard, editors; Independent Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation— tlaily K 2, week- 
ly J 1. 

MORNING PRESS; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and PRESS, Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages 19x25; subscription- 
daily $8, weekly $3; established— dally 1872, 
weekly 1868; Walter H. Nixon, editor; Press 
Publis'hing Co., publishers; circulation— 
daily K 2, weekly J 1. 

HERALD; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1885; G. G. Childers, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 H^-H- 
PRESS ; (see Morning Press.) 

SANTA CLARA, Santa Clara Co., 
■a 2,416 pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 
8 m. from San Jose, the county seat, and 47 
from San Francisco. Santa Clara College is 
located here. An agricultural district. 
JOURNAL ; semi-weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays ; four pages 18x'24 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1879; N. H. Downing, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation L 2. . „„ 
MESSIAH'S ADVOCATE AND 
HERALD OF HIS ADVENT; semi- 
monthly; second adveutlst; four pages 21x28; 
subscription $1 ; established 1881; Pacitte Ad- 
vent Christian Publication Society, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 2 ^csK. 

SANTA CRUZ, c. h., Santa Cruz 
Co.,-D 5,594t pop., on Southern Pacific Co's 
Rd. and on N. side of Monterey bay, 80 m. 
S. E. of San Francisco; connected by steam- 
ers. A summer resort, having 20,000 visitors 
yearly. Engaged in agriculture, stock rais- 
ing, dairying, fruit and vine growing, and 
manufacture of lumber, leather, paper, 
powder and lime. Has bitumen, which is 
shipped to all parts of the State. 
SENTINEL ; every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; inde- 
pendent-republican ; four pages 21x28; sub- 
scription—daily $5, weekly $2; established- 
daily 1879, weekly 1855; Duncan McPherson, 
editor; Duncan McPherson and Charles W. 
Waldron, publishers; circulation— daily K 2, 
weekly K 2. ^ o j 

SURF; every morning except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays; independent; 
daily four pages 19x26, weekly eight pages; 
subscription-dally $5, weekly $2.50; ^tab- 
lished— daily 1877, weekly 1876; Dr. D. Walk, 
editor; Surf Publishing Co., publishers; cir- 
culation—daily K2, weekly IC 1. 

EAST SANTA CRUZ HERALD; 
Saturdays; neutral; eight pages 15.\22; sub- 
scription .$1.50; established 18811; W. S. Walker, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

SANTA MARIA, Santa Barbara 
Co-, y 600 pop., on Pacific Coast Rd. and 
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bara, the county seat. Agricultural and 

stock-raising section. 

(iRAPHIC; Tliursdays ; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lislieil l-^BT; Jno. P. Krider, editor and pub- 
lislier; circulation L2 -Js-w. 

TI3IESJ Saturdays; Independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $3; established 1881 ; 
Jenkins & McGuire, editors and publishers; 
circulation L2. 

SANTA MO'SICA, Los Angeles Co., 

p 1,702+ pop., on branch of South Pacific 

Rd. A summer resort. Lumbering and [ 

milling. 

O U T Ii O O K ; Wednesdays ; four pages 
18x24: subscriptions!; established 18S9; L. T. 
Fisher, editorand publisher; circulation LI. 

SANTA PAULA. Ventura Co.. p 

800 pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 16 

m. from Ventura, the county seat, and 64 

from Los Angeles. Oil business and farming. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 
1887 ; C. J. McDivitt, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L2. 

SANTA ROSA, c. h., Sonoma Co.,-n 
5,216+ pop., on San Francisco & North Pacific 
Rd. and Santa Rosa creek, 60 m. N. of San 
Francisco. Engaged in wine making, agri- 
culture and stock raising. 
DEMOCRAT : every morning except 
Monday, and SONOMA DEMOCRAT, 
Saturdays; democratic; four pages — daily 
18x24, weekly 22x28; subscription— daily $5, 
^veekly S2; established — daily 1857, weekly 
1857; Sonoma Democrat Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation— daily K 2, 
weekly J 2. 

REPUBIilCANs every e^•ening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican; daily four pages 15x21, weekly 
eight pages 22x28 ; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $J; established— daily 1880, weekly 
1876; Allen B. Lemmon, editor and publisher; 
circulation — dailv K 1, weekly J 2. 

SONOMA DEMOCRAT » (see Demo- 
crat.) 

SANTA YNEZ, Santa Barbara Co., 

p 3XH- pop., 3i m. from Pacific Coast Rd. 

Olive and fruit raising; agriculture. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages isx24; subscription .$2; established 
1888; J. M. Baumgarduer, editor and publisher; 
Circulation L2 :f:;-;. 

SAUSALITO, Marin Co., -n l,335t 

pop., on North Pacific Coast Rd., 6 ra. N. of 

San Francisco. Agriculture, dairying and 

stock raising form the leading occupations. 

NEWS; Fridays; Independent: four pages 
18x24; subscription $3; established 1883; Saus- 
ailto Publishing Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation L2. 

SEBASTOPOL, Sonoma Co., -a 250 

pop., 7 m. S. W. of Santa Rosa, the county 

seat, and 50 N. of San Francisco. 

TIMES; Wednesdays; independent; four 
pages 20x26; subscription .§2; established 
1889; W. W. Jones, editor and publisher. 

SELMA, Fresno Co., a 1,000 pop., on 

Southern Pacific Go's Rd. Has several flour 

mills and lumber yards. In an agricultural 

and raisin and fruit-packing district. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2.50; estab- 



lished 1888; Thomas D. Calkins, editor and 
publisher. 

IRRIGATOR; Saturdays; four pages 
20x26; subscription $2.50; established 1886; W. 
T. Lyon and W. L. Chappel, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation K 1 ;l::ls. 

SHASTA, c. h., Shasta Co., ^ 400t 
pop., 45 m. N. of Red Bluff and 180 from 
Sacramento. Manufacturing town and sup- 
ply point for surrounding mining district. 

COURIER; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages lsx24; subscripti<m $4; estab- 
lished 1852; W. L. Carter, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L 2. 

SIERRA CITY, Sierra Co., i 1,200 
pop., lUO m. N. E. of Sacramento. Gold min- 
ing Is the principal industry. 

SIERRA TRIBUNE: Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pages isx24; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1881 : T. D. Calkins, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

SIERRA MADRE, Los Angeles Co., 

p 125 pop., on California Central Rd., 4 m. 

from Pasadena. 

VISTA; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages 13x20; subscription fl.50; established 
1888; H. E. Lawrence, editor and publisher. 

SIERRA VALLEY, Sierra Co., ^ 

400 pop. In an agricultural country. 

LEADER ; Fridays ; independent-demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; subscription $3; 
established 1882; Maurice Prltchard, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 

SISSON, (BERRYVALE P. O.) SisM. 

you Co., i 75 pop., on Southern Pacific 

Co's Rd., 39 m. from Yreka. the county 

seat. Has saw mills and mineral springs. 

MOUNT SHASTA HERALD: Tues- 
days; independent; four pa^es 18x24; sub- 
scription $2..')0; established 1887; R. E.Mont- 
gomery, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

SONOMA, Sonoma Co., -a 1,492 pop., 

on Sonoma Valiej' Rd. and San Francisco 

bay, about 40 m. N. of San Francisco. In a 

farming section. 

INDEX-TRIBUNE; Saturdays; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2.5(1; established 
1878; H. H. Granlce, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

SONORA, c. h., Tuolumne Co., n 1,492 
pop., on Woods creek, 60 m. E. of Stockton. 
Centerof miningand lumber trade. Marble, 
slate and soapstone quarries located here. 
A f rultgrowing district. 

DEMOCRATIC BANNER; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2; established 1885; A. J. & W. C. Jones, edi- 
torsand publishers; circulation K 2. 

TUOLUMNE INDEPENDENT; Sat- 
urdays; Indefjendcnt; eight pages 18.\24; sub- 
scription $3; established 18r.2; J. C. Duchow, 
editor; M. C. Diicliow, publisher; circ'n K 1. 

UNION DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages 18x24 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 185.{; J. A. Van Har- 
Itngen, editor ; Democrat Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation K 1 H:>i:. 

SOUTH RIVERSIDE, San Ber- 

ntirdino Co., U^ 600 pop., on California Cen- 
tral Rd. and Santa Ana r. Engaged in quar- 
rying. Coal, Uine, tin and fire-clay are pro- 
duced. In a frult-raislng section. 

BEE; Thursdays; renubllcan; four pages 
18.X21; subscription $2; established \«Sl\ 



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Herb C. Foster, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

STOCKTON, c. b., Saii Joaquin Co., a 
14,oT6t pop., ou Southern Pacific Go's Rd. 
and Stockton channel, an estuary of the 
San Joaquin r., 48 ni. from Sacramento and 
87 from San Francisco. State Insane Asy- 
lum is located here. Wheat and other agri- 
cultural produce are shipped extensively. 

INDEPENDENT; every morniuK ex- 
cept Monday, SUNDAY INDEPEND 
ENT, Sundays, and WEEKIiY, Satur- 
days : republican ; daily and Sunday, four j 
pages '^U-YaG, weekly eigiit pages 14x21; sub I 
crlption— daily$6, weekly $2.50; established— I 
daily 18:M, weekly 1815; J. L. Phelps & Co.. , 
editors and publishers; circulation— daily 
I 2 , Sunday I 1 , weekly J 2. 

MAIL ; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdaj's ; daily four 
pages 20x26, weekly twelve pages 15x22; sub- 
scription—daily $5, weekly $2..50; established 
1870; E. L. Colnow and J. J. Nunan, editors 
and publishers; circulation — daily 12 H^sjc, 
weekly I 2 :!;;;■;. 

REPUBLICAN; every evening except 
Sunday; republican; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scriptiou $6; establislied 1890; Dormer & 
Ruggles, editors and publishers. 

BANNER; Saturdays; German; inde- 
pendent; four pages 18x24; subscription $:<; 
established 1877; A. Glaser, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1. 

C.VLIFORNIA FA:>IILY LED- 
GER; Saturdays; fiction; eight pages Hixaj; 
subscriptions!; established 1889; Howard A. 
Dodge, editor and publisher. 

RECORD; Saturdays; independent-re- 
publican; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1876; Denig& Dormer, editors and 
publishers; circulation .1 2. 

SUNDAY INDEPENDENT; (see 7n- 
dependent. ) 

COLLEGE EXPONENT? monthly; 
educational; eight pages 11x14; established 
1889; W. C. Ramsey, editor; J. E. Ruggles, 
pulilislier; circulation LI. 

SUISUN, Solano Co., U 480t pop., 
on Southern Pacific Go's Rd. and Suisun 
bay, 49 m. N. E. of San Francisco. A ship- 
ping point and center of trade. 

SOLANO REPUBLICAN; Fridays; 
republican; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$3; establislied 1855; W. A. Newconi, editor; 
\V. N. Bowcn, publisher; circulation K 1. 

SUMMERLAND, Santa Barbara 

Co., p 61) pop., 5 ni. from Santa Barbara, the 

county 8<?at. 

SUMMERLAND; Saturdays; spiritual- 
ist; four pages 16x22; .suI)scription.$l ; estab- 
lished 1889; Albert Morton, editor; H. L. Wil- 
liams, publisher. 

SUSANVILLE, c. h., Lassen Co., b 

750 ijop., on Susan r., SH) in. from Reno, Nev., 
and 200 from Sacramento. Farming and 
stock raising are the chief industries. 

LASSEN ADVOCATE; Thursdays; 
Independent; four pag(;s 20x28; subscription 
$2; cstabllshfMl 1865; .lolin McGratli, editor; 
SlcOrath & Dodge, publlsh(;rs; circ'ii K 1. 

LASSEN MAIIi; Wednesdays; Inde- 
pendent; four pages 18x24; subscription $:i; 
established IWd; Trciiiain & Stanley, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 1. 

SWASEY, Shasta Co., ^ about 100 

in. from Sh;ista, the county seat. 

FALIi RIVE It MAIIi; Saturdays ;lnde- 
pendeiit; four pages isx24; subscription $2..")0; 
established IhhC; Patten & Wright, editors 
and publishers; circulation L2. 



TEHACH API, (GREENWICH P. O.) 

Kcrtk Co., 9 275 pop., on Southern Pacific 
Go's Rd., 35 m. S. E. of Bakersfield, the coun- 
ty seat. 

SUMMIT SUN; Fridays; four pages 
18x24; subscription $3; established 1890; E.J. 
H. Nicholson, editor and publisher. 

TEMPliETON, San Luis Obispo Co., 

Q lUOpop.,on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 24 

m. from San Luis Obispo, the county seat, 

and 218 from San Francisco. Engaged in 

wine and raisin making. In a farming, 

stock-raising and fruit-growing section. 

ADVANCE; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1889; G. M. Bull, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2 ^^. 

TRAVER, Tulare Co., a 950 pop., 

on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 14 m. from 

Visalla, the county seat. In the great 

wheat belt of the State. 

ADVOCATE; Saturdays; independent: 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1887; F. V. Dewey, editor and publislier; cir- 
culation K 2 ::;;•;. 

TRUCKEE, Nevada Co., n 1,147 pop., 

on Southern Pacific Go's Rd. and Truckee 

r., 120 m. from Sacramento. Engaged in 

cutting and manufacturing lumber. 

REPUBLICAN; semi-weekly, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays ; independent ; four 
pages 15x21; subscription $5; established 
1872; H. A. Mason, editor; R. Lay ton, pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

TULARE CITY, Tulare Co., D 2,7.Wt 
pop., 250 m. S. of San Francisco. Round- 
houses and machine shops of the Soutliern 
Pacific Co. here. Has artesian wells. Farm- 
ing and grape-growing country. 

TULARE EVENING REGISTER; 

everv evening except Sunday, and TU- 
LARE RE(iISTER, Fridays; republican; 
daily four pages 18x24, weekly eight pages; 
subscription — daily .$5, weekly $2; estab- 
lished—daily 1887, weekly 1883; Pillsbury & 
Ellsworth, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion—daily L2 ;j;:l;, weeklv .1 1 ;i;:i:. 

TULARE REGISTER; (see Tulare 
Eceniny Itcyister.) 

UKIAH, c. h., Mendocino Co., -u 1,200 
pop., on Russian r., 121 m. N. W. of San 
Francisco. Engaged in farming, hop and 
wool growing, stock raising and lumbering. 

MENDOCINO DISPATCH AND 
DEMOCRAT; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages 20x26; .subscrljitlon ,$2.50; established 
1868; J. Buckingham, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

REPUBLIC.VN PRESS; Thursdays; 
r('pul)lican; four pages 15x22; subscrliition 
$3; established 18(6; A. J. Thatcher, editor; 
Repiibll(!an Press Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation .1 I :!::;:. 

VACAVIIiLE, Solano Co., n 1,250 

pop., on Vaca Valley & Clear Lake Rd., 30 

m. S. W. of Sacrainento ami 60 N. ¥.. of San 

Francisco. Scat of the California Normal 

anil Scientific School. Surrounded by a 

fanning and fruit-growing country. 

REPORTER; Thursdays; Independent; 
four iiages 18x21; subscription $2; estab- 
llshocl 1883; James D. McClalu, editor and pub- 
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VACA VALiI.EV ENTERPRISE; 

Saturtlavs; ei^'lit iia^es ISx,'4; sabscriptlmi 
42.50; fstabllsheil ISsii; Henry I. Fisher, edi- 
tor ami publisher; circulation L2. 

VALLEJO, Solano Co., a r),904t pop., 
on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. and San Pablo 
bay, 24 ni. N. E. of San Francisco. Its har- 
bor Is accessible to the largest ships. 
U. S. Navy Yard Is on Mare Island, directly 
opposite. Jlanufactnrinf? town. Agricult- 
ural district. 

EVENING CIIROXICLE: every even- 
ing except Sunday, and CUltONICLE, 
Fridays; republican; four pages— daily loxAi, 
weeltlv 18x..'4; sul)scription — daily $6, weeicly 

f; estal>lislied 1868; W. D. Pennycook and 
G. Harrier, editors and publlsliers; cir- 
culation—daily K 2, weekly K 2. 

TISIES; every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays; deniocratic; 
four pages— daily 12x18, weekly 16x2:3; sub- 
scription — daily $5, weekly $2; estalilished 
18i)ii: George Roe, editor and pulillsher; circu- 
lation— <laily L2, weekly L 2. 

CHRONICIjE; (see Evening Clironicle.) 

VENTURA, c. h., Ventura Co.. p 
2,0 pop., on Southern Pai-iflc Co's Rd., 30 
m. S. E. of Santa Barbara. Olives and semi- 
tropical fruits are cultivated. Center of 
petroleum oil belt. 

FREE PRES."»! every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; inde- 
pendent-republican; four pages 13x20; sub- 
scription—dally .$6, weekly S2..tO ; estab- 
lislied— daily 1S84, weekly 187.5 ; Leonard & 
Sykes, editors and publishers; circulation— 
dallv L2, weekly K 1. 

I)E.H<>CR.4T ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 2u.v2'i : subscription $2; estab- 
lished isSo; McGonigle & Hamnious, editors 
and publlsliers; circulation L2. 

VINELAND, (ST. HELENTA P. O.) 

Napa Co., -a luO pop., on Southern Pacific 

Co.'s Rd., 14 m. from Pasadena and 45 N. of 

Napa, tlie county seat. 

HERALD; (see Azuza Azuza Valley 
Neu\i.) 

"VISALIA, c. h., Tulare Co., n S.OOOf 
pop., terminus of Visalia Rd. and on Ka- 
weah r., 18 m. N. E. of Tulare lake and 
about 200 S. by E. of Sacramento, the State 
capital. The oldest town between .Stockton 
and Los Angeles. In an agricultural, stock- 
raising, mining and fruit-raising country. 

DELTA ; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages 22.x2'< ; subscription $2 ; established 
185H; Geo. W. Stewart, erlltor; Delta Publish- 
tng Co., publishers: cli-culation .12. 

TULARE to. TI.MES ; Thursdays: 
democratic: four pages 22x28: subscription 
<2: established 1865; Ben M. Maddox, editor 
and publisher; circulation .] 2. 

WATSONVILLE, Satita Cruz Co., 
■a 2,000 pop., on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. 
and Pajaro r., 5 m. from Monterey bay and 
30 S. E. of Santa Cruz, the county seat. 
Agriculture, fruit growing and lumljerlng. 

R (JSTLER ; semi-weekly. Tuesilavs and 
Fridays; four pages lsx24; subscription 82; 
established IHSS; Rustler Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and iiubllHliers; circulation 1.2. 

PAJARONIAN} Thursdays; republi- 
can: four pages liix24; subHcrlption $2; es- 
tablished 1968; W. R. RadclIlT, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

TRANSCRIPT; Saturdays; independ 
ent-democratic; eight pages 15i22; subscrlp- 



CALIFORNIA. 



tlon$2.50; established 1876; George W. Peck- 
ham, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

WEAVERVIL.LE, c. li., THnity 

Co., li l,.ri8 i)iip., on Weaver creek, flu m. K. 
of Kureka and 180 N. l)y W. of Sacramento. 
Supply point formlnlngcamps. Gravel and 
quartz mines in vicinity. 

TRINITY JOURNAL; Saturdays; 
independent; four pages li>x23; subscription 
$:i: estaliiisheil IK56: Uluke & Glreu, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 1. 

WESTMINSTER, Orange Co., g 

147 pop., 4 m. W. of Santa Ana, the county 

seat. Grape and orange-growing country. 

T R I H IJ N E ; .Saturdays ; four pages 
llxKi; subscription .§1 ; established 1889; 
Edgar Jolmson, editor and publislier. 

■WEST OAKLAND, Alameda Co., 

•a a suburb of Oakland, a city of 50,000 pop., 

on Soutliern Pacific Rd. 

STAR; Saturdays: four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription .$2; established 18-i9; Ed. B. Bailey, 
editor and publisher; circulation LI. 

WHEATLAND, Tuba Co., u 900 

pop., 0)1 Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 40 ni. N. 
of Sacramento, the State capital. Shipping 
point for the products of adjacent copper 
mines. The raising of hops, fruit, live 
stock and grain are leading Industries. 

FOUR CORNERS; Saturdays; four 
pages ■20x26; subscription S1.;'J0: established 
18S8; M. H. & Jonathan H. Durst, editors and 
publishers; circulation K 2 ;•;;•:. 

GRAPHIC; Saturdays; four pages 18x'24; 
subscription .S,3; established 1882; R. H. Mur- 
phy, editor an<l publisher; circulation L2. 

WHITTIER, Los Angeles Co., g 1,000 

pop., on Soutliern Pacific Rd., 10 m. from 

Los Angeles, the county seat. Engaged in 

fruit canning, etc. 

POINTER; Saturdays; republican: four 
pages 15x22; subscriptioei S2.50: establislied 
18.S9; Robert Farrell & Son. editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation iv 1 :■::■:. 

WILLIAMS, Colusa Co.. u oOO pop., 
on Southern Pacific Co's Rd. Agriculture 
and fruit raising are tlie leading Industries. 

F A It >I E R ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages I8.\24; subscription 82.50; estab- 
lishetl 1887: Gray * Woods, editors and pub- 
lishers; clnMilation L2. 

WILLOWS, Colusa Co., U 1,700 pop., 

on Southern Pacific Co's Rd., 28 m. from 

Colusa, the county seat, and 30 from Chlco. 

Agricultural region, wheat predominating. 

JOURNAL; eviTy evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKIjY, Fridays; democratic; 
four pages— daily 14x21, weekly 2ux2fi; sub- 

I scrlption- ilally $5, weekly $2.50": established 

I — .laliy 1877, weekly iss6; W. A. Schorn, e.litor; 
Schorn >t .\pperson, publishers; clrcula- 

I tlon— <lally K 1. weekly I 1. 

; REVltW; .Satunlays; independent: four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2: esiabiishea 1S90; 
Jiilin .\. Appi-rsdii, editor and publisher. 

WINTERS, Yolo Co., d 850t pop., on 
Vaca Valley & Clear Lake Rd., 22 m. fronn 
Woodlantl, the county seat, and ffi from 
Sacramento, the State capital. Fruit grow- 
ing anil evap<>ratlng the leading imlustry. 
E.\ PRESS; .Saturdays ; democratic ; four 

pages 16x23; .subscription $2.50; established 



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18*4; Edwin C. Rust, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2. 

WOODBRIDGE, San Joaquin Co., 

D 245 pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd., 

14 m. N. of Stockton, the county seat. 

COLLEGE ENf?lIGN: monthly; un- 
sectarian; eight pages 10x14; subscription 
50 cents; established 1890; D. A. Mobley, edi- 
tor; E. H. Ridenaur, publisher. 

WOODLAND, c.b., Yolo Co., n 3,065t 
pop., on Soutliern Pacific Go's Rd., 20 ni. 
from Sacramento and 86 from San Fran- 
cisco. Gliief productions are wheat, barley, 
fruit, raisins, wine, wool and live stock. 

DEMOCRAT z every evening except 
Sunday, and Y 6 Li O DEMOCRAT, 

Thursdays; democratic; daily four pages 
18x21, weekly eight pages 15x22; subscription 
—daily $5, weekly $2.50; established — dally 
18K5, weekly 1868; W. B. Parsons, editor and 
publisher; circ'n— dally K 1, weekly K 2. 

MAIL; every morning except Sunday, 
and YOLO MAIL, Saturdays; republican; 
daily four pages 15x22, weekly eight pages; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $2.50; estab- 
lished—daily 1874, weekly 1862; Wm. R. Ellis, 
editor and publisher ; circ'n— daily K 2 ^;i;, 
weekly K 2 ;•;;;:. 

YOLO l>EI>IOCRAT; (see Democrat.) 

YOLO MAIL.; (see 3Iail.) 

YREKA, c. h., Siskiyou Co., [^ 1,059 

pop., on Yreka creek, 300 m. N. of Sacra- 
mento and 25 S. of Oregon State line. Ag- 
ricultural and mining region. 

JOURNAIj ; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages 21x28; subscription $2.50; estab- 
lishecf 1854; Robert Nixon, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation .1 1 H^^;}:. 

Sl!?iKIYOU TELEGRAM; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$2.50; established 1890; McCarthy & Butter- 
w^orth, editors and publishers. 

ITNION; Thursdays; independent ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; established 
1852; A. Montgomery, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

YUBA CITY, c. h., S?t«er Co., D 1,200 
pop., on Southern Pacific Go's Rd. and 
Feather r., nearly opposite Marysville, and 
67 m. N. of Sacramento, the State capital. 
Wagons and agricultural implements are 
manufactured. In a farming district. 
SUTTER CO. FARMER; Fridays; 
independent; four pages 20x28; subscription 
$2; established 1881 ;Sutter County Publishing 
Co., eilltors and publishers; circulation K 2. 
SUTTER INOEPENDENT; Thurs- 
days; Independent; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription .$2; established 1887; Klrtley & 
Grover, editors and pul)li.sher8; circ'n K 1. 



COLORADO. 



AKRON, c. h., Washington Co., cf SOOf 
pop., on the Burlington & Missouri River 
Rd., 112 m. E. of Denver, the State capital. 
An agricultural and lumbering section. 

PIONEER PRESS; Fridays; repuh 
llcan; four i)aKes 20x211; subscrlpllDU $1.50; 
established 1885: H. «. Pickett, editor and 
publisher; circulation .1 1 :!::!:. 

STAIti Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 13.\20; subscription $1..5ll; established 
1876; 0. W. Ballard, editor and publisher. 

ALAMOSA, ConeJoH Co., g 1,200 pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd. and Rio 
Grander., 180 m. from Pueblo. Agricultural 



COLORADO. 



and stock-raising district; gold and silver 

mines In vicinity. 

INDEPENDENT JOURNAL; Thurs 
days: republican: four pages <!0x26; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 1879: Malcolm D. Mix,, 
editor; Independent Journal Publishing Co.,. 
publishers; circulation K 2 li;:-:. 

SAN LUIS VALLEY COURIER; 
Saturdays; independent; four pages 17x24f 
subscription $1.50; established 18S9: E. A. 
Newton, editor; E. A. Newton & Co., pub- 
lishers. 

ALMA, Park Co., O 500 pop. Has lum- 
ber yards. Mining, milling and stock-rais- 
ing region. 

PARK CO. BULLETIN; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22: subscription 
$2.50; established 1881; Otto Fehriiiger, edi- 
tor; Miner Publishing Co., publishers; circu- 
lation L 2 . 

ANTONITO, Conejo.'! Co., g SOOf pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 29 ni. from Ala- 
mosa. Some mining; mainly farming dis- 
trict. 

SENTINEL ECHO ; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic : four pages 15x24; subscription .S2; es- 
tablished 1886; J. H. Lewis, editor; William 
Sjgmund, publisher; circulation L2-if:ic. 

ARLINGTON, Kioiva Co., Q, 150 pop., 
on Missouri Pacific Rd., 22 m. from Las Ani- 
mas. Depot of supplies for stock owners. 
Agricultural region. 

BLIZZARD; Thursdays; four pages- 
15x22; sub.scriptlon $1.50; established 1889; 
Jennie F. Boyd, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L 1 . 

REVIEW; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; established 
18SS: O. L. Reed, editor; A. S. Reed, publisher; 
circulation L2^;^:. 

ASPEN, c. h., Pitkin Co., -aS.OOOf pop., 
on Colorado Midland Ril. and Roaring Fork 
r., 60 m. from Leadville. Has foundries and 
manufactories. Rich mining country. 

CHRONICLE; every morning; demo- 
cratic; four pages 21x24; subscription .§10; 
established 188S; Aspen Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation K 1. 

TIMES: every mornnig except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays; dally eight 
pages 22x28 weekly four i>ages 20x26 : sub- 
scription—daily $10, weekly $2; established 
—dally 1885, weekly 1879 ; B. Clark Wheeler, 
editor; Times Publishing Go., publishers; 
circulation— daily J 2 :!:5!:, weeklv K 2;i::!:. 

ROCKY HOI NTAIN SUN; Satur- 
days; republican: four pages 20x26; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1881 ; Sun and Herald 
PrlntingCo., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion K 1. 

BESSEMER, (PUKIJLO P. O.) PueUa 

Co., 9 ."iOO pop., on Denver & Rio Grande, 

Denver, Texas & Gulf Rds., 2 m. S. of 

Pueblo, the county seat. Agricultural and 

mining district. 

IRON IIANO; Fridays; Independent; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $2; estab- 
lished I88'.i; Comstock & Chrlstmann, editors 
and publishers. 

BOSTON, liacu Co., □, 600 pop. In an 

agricultural district. Mineral dejjoslts 

near. 

BACA CO. JOURNAL; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1.,')0: established 1887; L. D. Gall, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1 . 



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COLORADO. 

BOULDER, o. li., Boulder Co., Q 3,300 
pop., on Cniou Pacinc Ril. and Boulder 
creek, i8 m. N. W. of Denver, tlie Stale 
capital. State University located liore. En- 
gaged in Kold, silver and coal nilnliig, agri- 
culture and stock raising. 

KOl'I.DER CO. H ERA L. I) 5 every 

evening except Sunda.v and \Vedni"sday,.and 
\V E E K li V, Wednesdavs ; republican ; 
dally four pages 18.\2I, weekly eight pages; 
subscription — daily ,S7. weekly §2; estab- 
lished IS80: Otto H. Wangelln, editor and 
publisher: circulation— dally L 2, weekly K i. 
CAMEIt.V ; Fridays; democratic;" four 

Plages 20.\,'(j ; subscription S2; established 
884: G. Ed. Smith, editor; Boulder Publish 
IngCo.. publishers; circulation K i. 

X E W !S ; Thuisdays; republican; four 
pau'es Jdx,'!); subscription $.>: established 
1869: C. Kicketts, editor antl publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

TltlBI'XE; Tuesdays; republican; four 
pages 13x24 ; subscription .'SI. .'ill; established 
ISHs; L. C. Paddock, eilitor and publisl'.er; 
circulation K 1. 

BRECKENRIDGE, c. h., SummU 

Co., a 1,6)7 pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 30 m. 
from Leadville and 105 from Denver. Min- 
ing and stock-raising section. 

Sl.milT CO. JOURNAIi,- Saturdays; 
democratic; eight panes !3x2o; subscription 
ii.'yH: established iss:5: j. c. Flncher, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1 

SrM.niT CO. I.E.VOER; ^^'ednes- 
davs: independent: four pages lSx24: sub- 
scription S2..T0; established 18S0; Charles E. 
Hardy, editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

BRIGHTON, Arapahoe Co., n .SCO 
pop., on Union Pacific Rd , 19 m. from Den- 
ver. In a mining and stock-raising section. 

RECJlSTERj Wednesdavs; in.lepend- 
ent; eli;lit pages i:?x30: subscription $i: es- 
tablished I><m;: H. E. Garman, editor; Brighton 
Register Publishing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion L2. 

BUENA VISTA, c. h., Chaffee Co., 3 
l,80iJ pop., on Denver & Rio Grande, Colo- 
rado Midland and Unii>n Pacific Rds., 36 m. 
from Leadville. Mining and smelting town, 
at an elevation of 7..')00 feet. 

DE^IOCRAT; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pai;e> i;x2l: subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished iss"); W. R. Logan iV Co., editors and 
publishers; circulalu>n .1 2 ;|;;|:. 

HER.\M>; Fridays: iu.lependent ; four 
pages 17x24: subscription S2..VI; established 
1881; A. R. Kennedy, eilltor and publisher; 
circulation 1. 2. 

BURLINGTON, c li- Kit Carson 
Co., D- '*yn pop., on Chicago, Uock Island ,'S: 
Pacific Rd. Has flour and feed mills and 
lumber trade. 

HOO>IERAN(;: Fridays; eight pages 
l3xAl; suiiseriplion .»!i.."ii; eslablisherl 1S■^8; 
John F. .Murray, e<ilf.r and |>ubllsher; circu- 
lation I, ! . 

CANON CITY, c. li.. Fremont Co., 3 

3,8-2(>+ iK)p., on Denver .v Rio (Jrande Kil. and 

Arkansas r.,41 m. from Pueblo anil ICI from 

Denver. Has hot and cold soda springs. 

Coal, oil, sandstone and lime abound. 

RECOKDi Saturdays; republlean ; four 
pages 2<Jx26: subscription «2; established 
lR7-«; w. B. Felton, eilltor and publisher: 
circulation K 2 :i:5i::::. tif ji''niil inernge 
for the iiiut j/<;uc7<)l, iiicliuliug um; fpecial 
edition 0/ 7,S00 cojiifn. I 

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ROY.VI.. G0R(;E; Thursdavs; demo- 
cratic; four panes ]Hx24; subscription $2; 
established 1HS7; A. S. Rudd, editor and pul»- 
llslieV; circidation K 1 :■:. 

CARBONDALE, Garfield Co., V] 300 
pop., on Colorado Midland Rd., 13 m. from 
Glenwood Sjjrings, the county seat, and 23 
from Aspen. Silver and coal mining. Ag- 
riculture. 

A VA LA NC HE; We.lnesdays; four pages 
13x20; subscri|jtiou .S2 ; <-stablislied IsST ; 
H. J. Holmes, editiu- and publisher; circula- 
tion K 1. 

CASTLE ROCK, c. li.. Douglas Co., 

□ m) pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Ril., 33 
m. S. of Denver, the State capital. Engaged 
In stock raising and mining. 

I)Ol,'<;i,.\S CO. NEWS; Saturdays; 
democratic: lour jiages 2U.\26; subscription 
$2: established Is*); H. L. Barter, editor and 
publisher. 

JOURNAIj; Wednesdays; independent; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $2; estab- 
lished JSSd; W. I. Whittier, editor and pub- 
lislier: eirculation l\ 1 :•;:■;:■:. 

CENTRAL CITY, c. h., Gilpin Co., 
n 2,626 pop., on Union Pacific Rd., In the 
j Rocky Mountains, 40 m. W. by N. of Denver, 
the State capital. Engaged in gold mining, 
milling and smelting. Supply point for the 
surrounding mining district. 

<;iMM\ CO. OliSERVER; Wedne.s- 
days : republican : lour pages lSx24; sub- 
scription .S3: established 1887: Alex. McLeod, 
editor; Observer Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

RE(;iSTER-CALIi; Fridays; republi- 
can: eight pages; I:")X22: subscription $3: es- 
tablished 186;; Laird & Marlow, editors and 
publishers: circulation K 2 ;•;;!:. 

CHEYENNE WELLS, c. h., Oiey- 

ennc Co., :> 6iX) iiop., on Union Pacific Rd., 
171) m. E. of Denver. Farming and stock 
raising. 

I IIER.VTil); Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; established 18^9; T. W. Vander- 

' veer, editor: .\..S. Booton & Co., publishers; 
circulation L 1 . 

REIMBIiU'.Wi Frliia.vs; Independent: 
four pages 13x20; subscription $2: established 
ls8T; L. H. Johnson, editor and publisher; 
circulation L I :•::;-:. 

CHIVINGTON, Kioica Co.. 3^ 300 
po|)., on Missouri Pacific Rd., 42 m. from 
Las .\nlmas. Stock raising and farndng. 
CHIEF; Fridays; Independent; four 

pages i;x2l; subscription §2; established 18^7; 

C. Frost Liggett, editor; Emniu O. Liggett, 

publisher; circulation L 1 ^:. 

CLAREMONT, Kit Carson Co., D- 

?.'i+ po|,. Live stock atnl farming section. 

.IOIIKX.\ \j; Thursdavs; four pages 17x24; 
subscrlpllon $l.r,ii; established 1888; Dicker- 
son & (irigns, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion .1 l:i::i:. 

COAL CREEK, Fremont Co., 3 l.l.-Of 

po|i.. on Di'iiver .t Kio Grande Rd., 10 m. 

from Canon City, the county seat. In ngrl- 

cultural anil ndning district. 

(•ROWLERi Saturdays; demiKMatic; 
four p.iges |sx2l: subscription ^'; estubllslieii 
IS--.': clii-uiatlon I. J. 

COLORADO CITY, Kl Paso Co.. n 
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Branch Denver & Rio Grande Rds., 3 m. 
from Colorado Springs, the county seat. 

COLORADO CHIEFTAIN; every 
morning except Sunday; four pages 13x2(1; 
subscription §4; established 1889; Wm. DeTol- 
iver, editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

IKIsS; tri-weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays 
and Fridays; independent; four pages 20x26; 
subscription .S3; established 1881t; E. A. Bene- 
dict, editor and publisher; circulation LI. 

N E W ."S : Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
i887; J. A.Cochran, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 1 . 

COLORADO SPRINGS, c. h., 

El Paso Co., a ll,(i55+ pop., on Denver & Rio 
Grande, Denver, Texas & Gulf and Colo- 
rado Midland Rds. and Fountain creek, 76 
m. from Denver, the State capital. Has saw 
mills and foundries and school for deaf 
mutes. A health resort for invalids. In an 
extensive mining region. 

EVENING MAIIi; every evening ex- 
cept Saturday and Sunday, and SUNDAY 
MAIL Sundays; independent-democratic; I 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; establish-! 
ed 1888; Carr PublLshing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation— daily K 2 ^:i;; issue also 
the Green Mountain Falls Echo. \ 

GAZETTE: every morning except Mon- ' 
day, and WEEKLiY, Saturdays; daily 
four pages 2Ux26, weekly eight pages li)x22; 
subscription — daily $1(J, weekly SLSO; estab- 
lished—dally 1878, weekly 1873; Gazette Print- 
ing Co., editors and publishers; circulation 
— dally .1 1 Jl;;!;^, weekly K 1. 

REPUBLIC; every evening except Sun- 
day, and EL PASO CO. REPUBLIC, 
Thursdays ; republican ; daily four pages 
20x2i;, weekly eight pages 15x22; subscription 
— daily $6, weekly $1.50; established— daily 
1885, weekly 1872; L. H. Gowdy & Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation— dally K 2 sl;^, 
■weekly K 2:1:. 

COLORADO INDEX; Saturdays; 
four pages 13x20; subscription 75 cents; estab- 
lished 1874: G. W. Vedltz, editor; Colorado 
Deaf Mute Institution, publishers; circ'n L 2 ; 

EL PASO CO. REPUBLIC; (see Re-\ 
public. ) 

GREEN 3IOUNTAIN FALLS 
ECHO; Thursdays; lour pages 18.x24: .sub- 
scription $1; established ISSS; Carr Publish 
ing Co., editors and publishers; circ'n K 2 ;[;;[;; 
dated at Green Mountain Falls; issue also 
the Evening Mail. 

PIKE'S PEAK HERALD ; Satur 
days; independent; four pages 18.x24; sub- 
scription $1; established 1887; S. N. Francis & 1 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation K 2. 

SUND.\Y M.VIL; (see Eveninri Mail.) 

WOODLAND PARK NEWS; Tues 
days; repuljlican; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 189IJ; W. B. Beckett, edi- 
tor; W. .T. Foster, publisher. 

COLORADO COLLEGIAN; month- 
ly; educational; twenty-four pages; 8x11; 
Bubscription 50 cents; established 1890; Stu- 
dents of Colorado College, editors and pub- 
lishers; a college paper; issued during col- 
legiate year. 

COMO, Park Co., n 580 po))., on Union 
PacitTc Rd., 6 m. N. E. of Fair Play, the 
county seat. Silver and gold-mhting dis- 
trict. 

RECORD; Thursdays; Independent; 

four pages 15.x22; sulwcription $5; established 
1889; Webster Balllnger, editor and publisher. 

COP£, Arapahoe Co., o nearest rail- 
road station l8 Yuma, on Burlington & Mis- 
souri Rd. StO(!k-ralslng an<l farming region. 

DIAMOND TELESCOPE; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages 15x22; 8ub.scriptlon 



$1; established 1888; G. Leonard Wei lemeyer, 
editor; Hayne & Brandt, publishers; circula- 
tion L 1. 

! CORTEZ, c. h., Montezuma Co., p 350 
i pop. Engaged In agriculture, by exten- 
sive irrigating system. 

MONTEZUMA JOURNAL; Satur 
days; independent; tour pages 18x24; sub- 
I scriptlon $2: established 18S8; John R. Curry, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

I CRESTED BUTTE, Gunnison Co., 
I -n 1,000 pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd.. 
25 m. from Gunnison, the county seat. En- 
, gaged in gold, sliver and coal mining and 
j the production of coke. 

ELK MOUNTAIN PILOT ; Thurs- 
days; mining; four pages 16x24: subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1880; John E. Phillips, 
editor and publisher ; circulation L 2. 

CRYSTAL, Gunnison Co. ,-a300pop., 
19 m. from Crested Butte by stage. Situated 
In a mining region. 

CRYSTAL RIVER CURRENT; Sat- 
urdays; independent: four pages 15x22; sub- 
scription .S3; established 1886; A. A. John.son, 
editor; Current Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation L 2 iki^. 

DALLAS, Ouray Co., p on Ouray 

branch of Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 12 m. 

from Ouray, the county seat. 

WESTERN SLOPE; Thursdays; four 
pages 16x20; subscription .S2.50; established 
1889; Bacon & Wright, editors and publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

DE BEQUE, Mesa Co., -a 30 pop., on 

Denver, KIo Grande Western Rd., 30 m. N. 

E. of Grand Junction, the county seat. 

ERA; Saturdays; four pages 15x22; .sub- 
scription $2; established 1S90; B. F. Campbell 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

DEL NORTE, c. li., Rio Grande Co., 

p 1,600 pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd. 

Has lumber, saw and grist mills. In a 

mining and agricultural section. 

SAN JUAN PROSPECTOR; Satur 
days: independent; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $2; established 1874; Geo. A. Sclbird, 
e<litor; Prospector Publishing Co., publish- 
ers ; circulation K 1. 

DELTA, c. li., Delta Co., -a eOOf pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 85 m. W. of 
Gunnison. Farming and .stock raising. 

DEIiTA CO. LABORER; Thursdays; 
labor; four pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; 
established 1890; R. J. Coffey, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

INDEPENDENT; Tuesdays; republi- 
can; four pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1883; J. A. Curtis, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2:iJ. 

DENVER, c.h., Arapahoe Co., n state 
Capitiil, 106,670t pop., on Union Pacltic, 
Denver, Texiis & Gulf, Atchison, Topeka & 
Santa Fe, Burlington & Missouri River, Den- 
ver Rd. & Land Co's and Denver & Rio 
Grande Rds., at confluence of Cherry creek 
and S. Platte r. and 620 m. west of Omaha, 
Neb. Commercial center for the mining 
and agricultural interests of Colorado and 
New Mexico. Altitude 5,300 feet. 

HOTEL BULLETIN; every morning 
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Ifix22; subscrlptlou $5; established IS'JO; Geo. 
D. Eclwanis & Co., editors and nublishers. 
rtllNlNC; EXC;HAN<JE JOUUNAIi; 

every evening except Sunday; tlnanolal; 
four" pact's »-\l2: subserlption $.t; established 
18S9; H. L. Conistock & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation J 1. 

KEPIBIilCAN} every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays; republican; 
twelve pages 19.\'i4; subscription — dally 
.^12, weekly $2; established 186G ; Republican 
Publishlns Co., editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation— dailv K 1 :1::I::;:, weekly I 2 . 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS; every 
morninf,', and WEEKl^Y, Wednesdays; 
•democratic; eight pages 21x23; subscription 
— daily $10, weekly $2; established 1859; John 
Atkins, editor; Rocky Mountain News Print 
Ing Co.. publishers; circulation— dally F2, 
weekly H 1. 

T.'EGL.ICHES COLORADO JOUR- 

NAL ; every evening, and WEEKLY, 
Saturdays ; German ; iudepeudeut-republi- 
<5an; daily four pages 21x28, weekly eight 
pages 18.V24; subscription — dally .$8, weekly 
%2.50; established 1872: Kratzer & Reinbold, 
editors and publishers; clrc'n — dally J 2, 
weekly I i . 

TIMES: every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages U.xii; subscription — dally $(i, 
weekly $1.25; establLshed 1870; H. W. Brown- 
lee, editor; Times Co., publishers ; clrcula- 
tlon— dally F2 ^^J;;, weekly J 2. 

PRICE CURRENT; semi weekly ; 
Wednesday.s and Saturdaj's; financial; four 
pages 9x12; subscription $1; established 1877; 
W. H. Sharpley, editor and publisher. 

AFRICAN ADVOCATE; Saturdays; 
four pages 2Ux2fi; subserlutioD .'$2; established 
1890; J. N. Walker, edito'r and publisher; an 
•organ of the neuro race. 

ARCHITECT AND CONTRACT- 
OR; Saturdays; architecture and building; 
sixteen pages 10x14; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1890; M. G. Evans, editor and publisher; 
an Illustrated edition is also issued, subscrip- 
tion S6. 

CHALLENGE; Thursdays; prohibition; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1«84; J. S. Temple, editor; Challenge Publish- 
ing Co., publishers; circulation .12; a chil 
dren's edition, same title and size. Is Issued 
month! v; subscription 25ots. 

COLORADO AND TEXAS EX- 
CHANGE JOURNAL; Saturdays; real 
•estate; eight pages 13x'2ii; subscription $:!; 
established 188S; S. W. Grove, editor; The E. 
N. Baker Printing and Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation Hl^:-:; l.ssue also the 
financial Xews. 

COLORADO CATHOLIC ; Satur 
days; catholic; eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1834; Rev. P. F. Carr, edi- 
tor; Colorado Catholic Publishing Co., pub- 
lisliers; circulation .1 2. 

COIiORADO FARMER AND LIVE 
tsTOCK JOURNAL; Thursdays; agri- 
culture and live stock; eight to twelve pages 
11x1.5: subscrli)tion $2; established 18^; D. 
W. Working, editor: Colorado Farmer Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation G 2 :!::!:. 

COLORADO (JRAPHIC; Satur.lays: 
ludependent-rei)ubllcan; eight pages 1.5.\22; 
sulKScriptiou $2; established 1.HS5; J. F. Dow- 
ney, editor; Graphic Publishing Co., publlsh- 
•ers; circulation H 1. 

COLORADO ST.VTE CAPITAL; 
Saturdays; republican ; four pages 15x22 ; 
subscription .«;1: established 1890; Chas. W. 
Stlflger, editor and publisher. 

EAST DENVER DlSPATCHi Satur 
days; independent; six pages 17x24; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 189); Geo. Need- 
bam, editor and publisher. 

E Y E : Saturdavs ; independent ; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1.5ii; establlshe<l 
1S82; Pierce & Dlllenback, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation .1 2; <lated at South and 
West Denver. 

FIELD AND FAItM{ Saturdays: aKrl- 
««ltural; sixteen pages 11x14; subscription 



$2; establislied 1883; L. W. Cutler and Lute 
Wilcox, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion G 2. 

FINANCIAL NEWS; Wednesdays; 
real estate and insurance ; twelve pages 
11x15; subscription $2; established 1890; S. 
W. Grove, editor; The E. N. Baker Printing 
and Publishing Co., publishers; issue also the 
Colurailo and Texas Exclianyc Journal. 

GROCER AND MANUFACTUR- 
ER: Saturdays; commercial; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1.50; established 1885; 
W. H. Sharpley and James T. Smith, editors 
and publishers; circulation Jl:|:; organ of 
the Retail Grocers' and Butchers' Association 
of Colorado. 

HEROLD ; Saturdays; German; Inde- 
pendent; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
.S2.50; established lo84; W. Witteborg and 
Wm. Whist, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion J 2. 

LEGAL INTELLIGENCER; Satur- 
days; legal; four pages 11x15; suljscriptiou 
$3; established 1889; Wlllard Milligan, edi- 
tor; Johnson Bros. & Co., publishers. 

MINING AND SCIENTIFIC RE- 
VIEW; Thursdays: mining; sixteen pages 
10x14; subscription $2; established 1868; H. 
L. Wadsworth, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion H I :1;• 
M I N I N G INDUSTRY AND 
TKADESMAN; Fridays; mining; twenty 
pages !lxl:i : subscription $3 ; established 
1S86; W. C. Wyukoop, editor; Mining Indus- 



try Pul)lishing Co., publis 

Sews letter; s 



hers; clrc'n J I . 



and drama: twenty-four pages'9xI2; sub- 
scriptlou $2..50; established 1889; Walker 
Whiteside, editor and publisher. 

NORTH SIDE CHIEF; Saturdavs; 
eight pages 1:5x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1889; S. H. & J. E. Olmstead, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 1. 

PRESS; Fridays; republican; four pages 
17x24; subscription $1.50; established 1873; V. 
P. Wilson, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion J 1 ;;;^;:. 

QUEEN REE; Wednesdays; woman suf- 
frage; four pages 18x24; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1879: Mrs. C. M. Churchill, editor 
and publisher; circulation I 2 :Ui'< 

R A I L RO A D UNION MISSION 
RECORD; Fridays; philanthropic; eight 
pages 8x11; subscription 50 cents; established 
1890; Record Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 



ROAD; Saturdays; eight pages 18x24 ; 
scription $'2.5lt ; established 1887; ~" 



, sub- 

, Herbert 

George, editor; Road Publishing Co., publish- 
ers; circulation H2; organ of the Travelers' 
Protective Association; issue special editions 
for Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Mis- 
souri, Nebraska and Texas. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CELT; Satur 
days; four pages 22x30; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1877: C. E. MSheehy, editor and 
publisher; circulation F 1 :■:;•:. 

ROCK Y MOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 

I ADVOCATE; Thui-sdays; methodlst-epls- 

1 copal: eight )iages 13x18; subscription $1.50; 

! established 1887; .\. H. Lucas and A. C. Peck, 

edltoi-s; Methodist Publishing Co., publishers; 

circulation I I :i;^:. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HERALD; 
Saturdays; independent; eight pages I5x'^2: 
I subscrlptl<m $2; established 1860: H. M. 
Rlioails, cdltorand publisher; circuliitlon J 1 

RO( KY MOUNTAIN METHO- 
DIST; Thursdays; methodlst episcopal, 
south; eight pages 11x16; subscription $1; 
established 1881; Rev. George Needham, pub- 
lisher; clrc'n J l:-:^:; ofllce 40:f.-| Market st. 

ST.VTESM.VN; Saturdays: republican; 
four nages I5x-22; subscription $2; established 
1889; Edwin H. Hackley, eilltor and publish- 
er; an organ of the negro race. 

SUN; Saturdays; democratic; four pages 
1.5x22; established 1881; N. Braxton, editor 
anil jiubllsher; circulation J I. 

S V E N S K A KORRESPONDEN- 
TEN; Thursdays: Swedish; liberal; eight 
pages 18x24; sub.'wrlptlou $2; established 



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1888; Maurice Lundin, editor; Sveuska Kor- 
resi)oudeiiteu Publisliing Co., publishers; cir- 
culation I 2 ;i;;l;. 

TIDINGS; Saturdays; literature; four 
paijes 15x22: subscription $1.50; established 
188S; J. C. Kennedy & Son, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation J 2. 

TOMAHAWK; Thursdays; Independ- 
ent: fight pages 20x13; subscription 50 cents; 
established 1^590: A. R. Arbuclcle, editor; W. 
H. Betts, publisher. 

UNITED LABOR; Saturdays; labor; 
four pages 18x24; subscription .§1.50; estab- 
lished ISOO; James H. Cater, editor and pub- 
lisher; official organ of the International 
Brotherhood of Blacksmiths. 

WEST SIDE CITIZEN; Fridays; In- 
dependent; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1.50; established 1889; Lewis L. Gray, editor 
and publisher; dated at Villa Park. 

VVHV? Saturdays; pictorial; twenty pages 
9x12; subscription $2.25; established ls90; 
Olney Newell, editor; Why? Publishing 
Co., publishers. 

SPORTS AFIELD; bi-weekly; sport- 
ing; twenty pages 9x12: subscription $1; es- 
tablished iass; Claud King, editor; Sports 
Afield Publishing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion I 2 :H^. 

WESTERN RAIL.WAY;semimonth- 
Ij'; sixteen pages 9x12; subscription $2; 
established IsisS; Cy. Warman, editor and 
publisher; circulation Gl;l;:l;; devoted to 
the Interests of railroads. 

A. O. U. W. RECORD; monthly; 
Ancient Order of United Workmen; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1; established ISST; 
A. O. U. W. Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation H 2. 

CADET; monthly; sixteen pages 7x10; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1889: Mas- 
ters and Students t>f St. John's College, edit- 
ors and publishers; circulation K 1 :1;^;5;:. 

COLORADO INSURANCE REC- 
ORD; monthly; Insurance; sixteen pages 
9x12; subscription §1; established lf<s9; W. T. 
Clark, editor; Piatt & Keeney, publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

COLORADO OFFICIAL RAIL- 
WAY AND HOTEL GAZETTE; 
monthly: sixty-four pages 6x9; subscription 
$1; established 1M^^6: Railway (Gazette Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion J 2; a railroad time table. 

COLORADO SCHOOL JOURNAL; 
monthly; educational: sixteen pages 9x12; 
subscription $1 ; established 1885; Aaron (jove, 
editor; J. D. Dillenljack, publisher; circula- 
tion J 1 . 

DENVER'S YOUNG MEN; monthly; 
evangelical; four pages 8x10; subscription 25 
cents; eslublished 1887; Young Men's Christian 
Association, editors and publishers; circula- 
tion I 2 ^'Jfi. 

FANCIERS' HERALD; monthly; 
twentv pages 9.\11 ; subscription 5ti cents; es- 
tablished 1891); A. Bennett, editor; Fanciers' 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

GREAT DIVIDE; monthly; illu.s- 
trated; twenty -four i>ages llxi5; subscription 
SI; established 18S-:: Great Divide Publisliing 
Co., editors and publishers: circ'n F. 1 :;•:;!:. 

HBAIiTH iUONUrOR; monthly: hy- 
gienic; sl.xleeii pages 11x15; subscription $1 ; 
established P-89; C. E. Bryant, M. D., editor 
and jjubllsher; circ'n H 1 ;i;;l:^. Zi^~Actxuil 
average fur Hie past year 3,5S3 copies, inched- 
inn one si'i'cial eilitiim of 2<l,00il copies. 

INK HUSTLEK; monthly: i.rinting; 
eight pages 7x10; subscription .50 cents; es- 
tablished 18S9; R. O. Boyd, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J I. 

MEDICAL TIMES; monthly; medi- 
cal; fifty patres 6x9; subscription .§1: estab- 
lished l!is2; Thomas H. Hawkins, editor and 
publNher: circulation K 1. 

M U S I C AND D R A M A ; monthly; 
musical: thirty-two pnges 9x12: subscription 
$2; established 18911; John H. Uower, editor; 
Denver Music Publishing Co . imbllshers. 

NORTHWESTEItN FINANCIER; 
Xnonthly; tlnanclal; twenty pages 9vi2- ku1>- 



scription$l; established 1890; Northwestern 
Financier Co., editors and publishers. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 
SCIENTIST; monthly; Christian science; 
twentv-eight pages 6x9; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1890; J. Fount Martin, M.D., and F. 
E. Plummer, editors; Denver Metaphysical 
College, publishers; circulation K 2. 

SILVER STATE ODD FELLOW; 
monthly; odd fellowship; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription §1; established 1890; Frank A. 
Tuttle, editor and iiublisher. ' 

UNION PACIFIC EMPLOYES' 
MAGAZINE; monthly; labor: forty pages 
7x10; subscription $1; established 1886; J. N. 
Corbin, editor; District Assembly 82, K. of L.,. 
publishers; circulation II:;-:;!;; organ of the 
employees of Union Pacific Rd. 

WESTERN ARCHITECT AND 
BUILDING NEAVS; monthly; archi- 
tectural; twenty four pages 10x14; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1889: J. B. Dorman, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation 1 1 . 

WOODMAN ; monthly: Woodmen of th& 
World; eight pages 13x20; subscription SI; 
established 1889; F. A. Falkenburg, editor; J. 
C. Kennedy, publisher. 

YE CATHEDRAL NUNCIO; month- 
ly; protestaut-episcopal; twenty pages 8x10; 
established 1888; circulation L 2 ;;:;•:• 

DIIiliON, Summit Co., a 300t pop., on 
Union Pacific and at jtuiction of Denver & 
Rio Grande Rds. Agricultural, stock rais- 
ing and mining district. 
ENTERPRISE ; Fridays; republican^ 
four pages 15x22: subscription $2.50; estab- 
lished 1882: O. K. Gaymon, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2 ;1;:^. 

DURANGO,c. h., La Plata Co.,p 8Q&- 
pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd. and Las 
Animas r., 451 m. S. W. of Denver. Outfit- 
ting point for miners. Good coking coal. 
An agricultural, stock-raising and mineral 
region. 

MORNING HERALD : every morning 
except Monday, and HERALD, Satur- 
days; republican; dally four pages 18x'24, 
weekly eight pages; subscription— daily $10,. 
weekly $2: establislied--dailv 1886, weekly 
1881. ; G". N. & S. W. Raymond, editors and pub- 
lishers; circ'n— dailv K 1 ;i;;I;, weekly K 1 Jj::!;, 
HERALD; (see Morniim Herald.) 
SAN JU.VN .>»ETHODIST: monthly, 
methodist; four pages 11x16; established 1890j 
Preachers of Durango District, editors and 
publishers. 

£ADS, Kiowa Co., □, ."iOt pop., on Mis- 
souri Pacific Rd. P^niniug and stock raising 

KIOWA JOURNAL; Fridays: demo- 
cratic; four pages lsx,'4: subscription S1..50; 
established 18s8; J. C. Blevins, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation L2. 

EASTONVILLE, El Pai^o Co., a 76t 

pop., on Denver, Texas & Gulf Rd., 26 m. 

from Colorado Springs, the county seat. 

WORLD; S«tindays: imieiiendent; four 
pages 17x24; subscription .§2; established 
18S9: J. B. King .'i Son, editors and publishers; 
circulation 1. 1 . 

ECKLEY, Yuma Co., cf .30 pop., on 
Burlington & Ml.ssourl River Rd., 12 m. E. of 
Yuma. Agricultural and stock-ra-islug UlB- 
trlct. 
REPI'BLICAN; Fridays: republican^ 

four p;iges l:!.x2ll: established IsiK); Griffin & 

Harmon, editors and publishers. 

ELBERT, Elbert Co., o- 200 pop., on 

Denver, Texas & Gulf Rd. A live-stock and 

agricultural section. 

ELBERT CO. TRIBUNE; Thuis- 
duyg- »mitpendent; four pages 18x24; sul/- 



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scrlption $0; establisluMl 1884 ; J. B. King, edi- 
tor ami publisher; cireulatlou L2. 

ELIZABETH, Elhert Co., D- 50 pop., 
on Donver, Texas & Gulf Ril., 29 ni. from 
Denver, the State capital. 
ElillEIlT r<». IIANNEKj Fridays; 
four paK'es l8x','4: suhsi-rljition .SI-"'"; estab- 
lished ISSS; E. P. Murray, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 1 . 

ERIE, Weld Co-.cf 1,200 pop., on the 
Union Pauitie and Denver, Utah & PaelHc 
Rds., 28 in- N. of Denver. In the midst of 
the coal fields of Colorado. 
ER IE-CANFIEL1> INDEPEND- 
ENT » Fridays; democratli-; four panes 
20x26 ; subscription ,S3 ; established 18S4; H. R. 
Jones, editor and iiubli-slier; circulation K 1. 

EVANS, Weld Co., d 315t pop., on 
Union Paelllc Rd. and South Platte r., 48 m. 
from Denver. Cattle-shipping point ; in 
stock-raising and farming district. 
COURIER; Saturdays; four pages 18.x24; 
suljscriptiou S2; established 1889; S. J. Me 
Afee, editor; Courier Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation L2. 

FAIR PLAY, c. h., Park Co., D 600t 
pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 80 m. S. W. of 
Denver, In South Park, and about S from Sil- 
■verhlll Mountain ; altitude 9,674 ft. Silver 
and gold are mined here. 
FLUME ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1879 ; Hawkins & Cleghorn, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L2. 

FALCON, El Paso Co., D 200 pop., at 
junction of Rock Island and Denver & Ft. 
Worth Rds. In an agricultural country. 
HERAIjD; Wednesdays; democratic; 

four pages 15.v2i; subscription $\.M; estab- 

lisheil isss; F. H Russel, editor and publisher; 

clrcnlatidn L 1 :•::■:. 

FLORENCE, Fremont Co., n l,250t 
pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 8 m. 
from Canon City, the county seat. In pe- 
troleum oil and ndueral region. 
OIIi REFINER; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages lSx24; subscription S2; es- 
tablished 1S.H7: J. W. Work, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation 1,2. 

FLORISSANT, El Paso Co., n 328t 

pop., on Colorado Midland Rd., 36 m. from 

Colorado Springs, the county seat. Health 

resort. Lumber and timber Industry. 

CRYSTAL l»EAK BEACON; Frl- 
davs; four pages lix24; subscription .§1.50; 
estal)llslieil ISS!); T. 13- Pyles, editor and pub- 
lisher; cireulaiion I, 1 . 

FORT COLLINS, c. li., Larimer 
Co., i 2,0W- pop., on Union Pacific Rd-, 4.5 m. 
8. of Cheyenne, Wyo., and 70 N. of Denver. 
In a stock and wheat-growing country. 

COURIER; Thursdays; Independent 
democratic: eight pages 15x22; suliscrlutlon 
$2; estal>llshed 1878: Ansel Watrous, editor; 
Courier Printing anil Publishing Co., pul)llsh- 
ers: •■Irculallun J I:|:;-:. 

EXPRESS; Saturdays ; republican; 
eight paites lTx24; suljscrlptlon $2; estab- 
listied IS73: Express Publishing Co., editors 
and pulillsliers; cin-ulatlon K 2. 

FORT GARLAND, Costilla Co., g 
400 pop., on Denver & Hto Grande Rd., 100 



m. from Pueblo. Farming and stock raising 

district. 

REPUBLICAN; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages 18x21 ; subscription $2; established 
1HS8; CM. MorriS(Ui, eclitor and publisher; 
circulation L 2 :!::!:. 



FORT LUPTON, Weld Co., cT 125 
pop., ou Union Pacific Rd., 26 m. from Den- 
ver, the State capital. 

C YC liO N E ; Saturdays; independent; 
eight panes i;^x20; subscription .'$2; estalilislied 
1889: A. I. Farrar, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 1 - 

FORT MORGAN, c. li., Morgaii Co.. 

cf 81)11 poll, iluciudlng township), ou Burling- 
ton & Mis.souri Rds., 76 m. from Denver. In 
agricultural and stock-raising country. 
MORGAN CO. EA<iLE; Fridays: four 
pages 15x22; subscription .SI. .51); established 
18^9: Garver .t Ferrel, editors aud publish- 
ers: circulation L 1 . 

lUORG.VN CO. NEWS; Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pages 16x22; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 18S9; Geo. B. Pickett, editor and 
publisher; circulation I.,2. 

T I I>I E S ; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; sul)scrlptlon $2 ; established 1884; 
Baker & Johnson, editors and publishers; cir- 
culation L 2 ;!:;!:. 

FOUNTAIN, El Paso Co.. a 300t 
pop., on Denver & Rio Grande, Denver & 
New Orleans and Atchl.son, Topeka & Santa 
Fe Rds., 14 m. from Colorado Springs. 
DISPATCH ; Saturdays: iiulejieudent; 

four pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 

lishe(l 1SS8; W. S. Xeal, editor and publislier; 

circulation L 1 . 

GARNETT, Costilla Co.. Q 80 pop., 

13 m. from Monte Vista, 265 from Denver. 

COSTIIiliA NEWS; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; fourpagesUxlB; established 1*S8; John 
H. Bloom, editor and publisher; circ'u L 1 . 

GEORGETOWN, c. h., Clear Creek 

Co., D 2,77U- pop., iin Union Pacific Rd., In 

the Rocky Mountains, 50 m. W. of Denver. 

Mining is the leading industry. 

COURIER; Thursdays; rei)ubllcan; four 
pages 20.X26: subscription .S2.5U; established 
1877 ; J. S. Randall, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 2. 

i>IINER; Saturdays; independent: four 
pages 15xr2; subscrliition $.2.M; estal)lished 
1!^90; Wirt & Doris, editors and publishers. 

GLEN"WOOD SPRINGS, c. li., 

Garjield Co., n 2.5U0+ pop., on Denver & Rio 
Grande and Colorado Mlillan<l Rds., 45 m. 
fronx Aspen. Its hot springs make it a re- 
sort for invalids. In cattle-raising section. 
REPUBIiIC-\N; every morning exceii>t 
M'Miilav, and WEKKIjY, Saturdays; Inde- 
pendent; four pages I6.v22 ; subscription — 
dallv ?10, weekly 82-50; estal)llshed — dally 
1887," weekly 1881; U-e, Eatou & Meyer, editors 
and publishers; circulation— daily L2, week- 
ly K 1. 

"<;LENW00D ECHO; Saturdays; re- 
publican: four pages l-<x24; subscript Ion S2.5<t; 

esjabilslied IHS.-); B.Clark \VI ler, editor and 

put)llsher; irirculatlon K 2 *:!:. 

POO I'; Saturdays; iilct^irial; twenty 
pages !ixll; sul)seriptlon S!2: established 1S90; 
E. A. Eaton, editor ancl put)llsher. 

j GOLDEN, c. h., Jefferson Co., a 2,916 

[ pop., on Union Pacific ltd. and Clear creek, 
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the State capital. Has coal shafts, smelting 
works and copper reduction, pottery and 
drain-pipe works; flre-brlck and pressed 
brick are manufactured ; has flouring mills 
and glass works. Gulch mining is carried 
on. State School of Mines and State Re- 
form School are located here. 

COLORADO TRANSCRIPT; Wed 

nesdays ; democratic; four pages lT.x24; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; George West, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

GLOBE; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 17x24; subscription $2; established 1873; 
C. H. Pease, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 1. 

GRAND JUNCTION, c. h., Mesa 

Co., -D 2,5(XH pop., on Denver & Rio Grande 
and Denver & Rio Grande Western Rds. and 
Grande r. In an agricultural, fruit-growing 
and stock-raising district. 
STAR; every morning except Monday, 
and GRAND VALLEY STAR, Satur 
days; independent; daily four pages 17x24, 
weekly eight pages 15x22; subscription- 
daily .$10, weekly $1.50; established 1889; 
Grand Junction Publishing Co., etlitors and 
publishers; circulation— weekly K 1. 
GRAND VALLEY STAR; (see Star.) 
NEWS; Saturdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $2.:"0; established 
1882; Edwin Price, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation J 1 ;!:;lc. 

GREEIiEY, c. h., Weld Co., cf 2,500t 
pop., on Union Pacific Rd. and Cache La 
Poudre r., 5 m. from its junction with 
Platte r., and 52 from Denver. Has lumber 
and planing mills. Agricultural and stock- 
raising district ; near rich coal fields. 
SUN ; Saturdays ■ republican ; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $2; established 1872; W. 
G. Nicholson, editor; Sun Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation .J 1 ;1;:1:. 

TRIBUNE; Wednesdays; Independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1870; E. J. Carver, editor; Greeley 
Tribune Publishing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion J 1. 

WELD CO. DEMOCRAT; Saturdays; 
democratic; eight i)ages l.sx24 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1887; Hubert & Wells, 
editors and publishers; circulation K 1. 

GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS, 

El Pdxo Co., a on Colorado Midland Ril. .\ 
summer and health resort, noted for its 
picturesque scenery. 
ECHO; (sec Colorado Springs.) 

GUNNISON, c. h., Gunnison Co., -D 

4,iiKi pii|)., on Denver & Rio Grande and 
Union Paciflc! Rds. A mining, agricultural 
antl stock-raising section. Gold, silver, iron 
and coal are the chief products. 

NEWS- DEMOCRAT ; Tuesdays; 
democratic; four ])agcs 15x22; subscription 
S3; established 18811; Henry Ames, editor and 
publisher: clrculalioii K 1. 

REVIEW-i'RESS; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages 15.^22; subscription . S3; estal)- 
llshed 1H81 ; H. C. Olncy, editor ; Review-Press 
Publishing Co., publisliers; circulation K 1. 

HARRISBURG, Arapahoe Co., a 

HiOpop. 

PIONEER; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 20x21!; subscription $\.M; established 
1889; Garmlre & Crooks, publishers; circula- 
tion L 1 M^. 



HIGHLANDS, Arapahoe Co., D 8,000 
pop., on S. Platte r. A suburb of and op- 
posite Denver, the county seat and State 
capital. 

HIGHLAND CHIEF; Fridays; repub- 
lican; eight pages 15x21; subscription $1; 
established 1?89; E. H. Snyder, editor and 
publisher. 

LANCE; Fridays; democratic; four pages 
15x22; subscription $2; established 1890; 
Edgar G. Ferguson, editor; Lance Publishing 
Co., publishers. 

HOLYOKE, c. lu, Phillips Co., cf 765t 
pop., on Burlington & Missouri River Rd. 
In an agricultural section. 

PHILLIPS CO. NEAVS; Tuesdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15.x22; subscription 
$1.5(1; established 1887; B. F. Wiihams, editor;. 
B. F. Williams & Co., publishers; circula- 
tion L 2 ;;::■:. 

STATE HERALD; Thursdays; eight 
pages 20x26; subscription $1..5U; established 
1886; A. Spahr, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L 2. 

HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS^ 

c. h.. Grand Co., i 600 pop., 47 m. from 

Georgetown. Agricultui-al and mineral 

region. 

MIDDLE PARK TIMES; Saturdays; 
four pages 18x24; subscription .$2,511; es- 
tablished 1882; Oscar D. Bryan, editor and 
publisher; circulation 1^2. 

HUGO, Lincoln Co., D- 220 pop., on 
Union Pacific Rd., 105 m. E. S. E. of Denver. 
U. S. Laud Office located here. Shipping- 
point for cattle and sheep. 

LINCOLN CO. LEDGER; Saturdays; 
independent; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1.50; established 18S9; Liucoln Ledger Co., 
editors and publishers. 

IDAHO SPRINGS, Clear Creek Co.y 

D l,5ii0 pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 14 m. 
from Georgetown, the county seat. Mining 
is the leading industry. Has springs of 
mineral water. 

COLORADO MINING GAZETTE; 

Saturdays; mining; four pages 19.x22: sub- 
scription $2..50; established 1882; R. D. Blair, 
editor and publisher: circulation K 1. 

NEWS; Fridays ; independent ; four 
pages 15.X22; subscription $2.50; established 
1883; John D. Douglass, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2. 

JULESBURG.e. li., Sedgwick Co., cf 
8tlO pop., on Union Pacific Rd. and Platte 
r., 81 m. W. of North Platte, Neb., ami 2tX) E. 
of Denver. An agricultural section. 

SED<iWICK CO. SENTINEL; Fri- 
days; democratic; eight pages 22x:50; estab- 
lished 1886; H. C. McNew, editor and pub- 
lislier; circulation L2. 

LA JUNTA, c. h.. Otero Co., m, 90O 

pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd. 

and Arkansas r. Cattle-ralslng and agrl- 

culturtil country. 

OTERO CO. DEMOCRAT; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $2: established 1sh9; H. V. Alex- 
ander, editor and i)Ublisher; clrcul.ition L2. 

OTERO CO. ItKPlIBIilCAN ; Fri- 
days; republican; fouriiages 17x24; subscrip- 
tion .'S2; established 1889; Geo. Henry, editor 
and piibllshei-: circulation LI. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages 20x26; subscript ion .$2; established ISSlp 



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Phillips & English, editors and publishers; 
circulation Iv 1. 

LAKE CITY, c. h., Hinsdale Co., g 
9J0 pop., on Lake Fork of Gunnison r., ffi 
m. from Silverton and 2iii from Pueblo. 
Sliver mining Is the leading industry. 
HINSDALE PHONO(iItAI»H: Satur- 
days; indf|ienilent ; four pa^^es Ki.x'AI; sub- 
scription .$'.'.. "i<): established ISSS; W. Ed. Men- 
denhall.edltor; Meudenhall Bros., publishers; 
circulation L2 t-^f.. 

liAMAR, c. h., Prowers Co.. C^ 1,000 
jMip., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd., 
liti m. E. of Pueblo. An agricultural sec- 
tion. 
PKOWER8 CO. REGISTER; Sat ; 

urduvs; republican; four pages Hix'.i-.i ; sul)- 

scrip'tion .§■,'; established IssCi; B. B. Brown, 

editor and pubiislier; circulation hi. , 

SPARKS; Thnrsilays; democratic; four ! 

pages 20.^:26; subscriiition S,'; established 1H87; 

Joe T. Lawless and J. W. Metcalf, editors; 

:Mrs. yi. .\. .Metcalf, publisher; circ'n LS. 

LAS ANIMAS, (•• h- Bent Co., ^ 1,800 j 

pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd., 

80 m. E. of Pueblo. A resort for invalids 

afflicted with lung diseases. In cattle and 

sheep raising district. 

LEADER; Fridays; four pages 17x24; 
subscription $2; established 18i3; John A. 
Murphy, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

I,A VETA, Huerfano Co., ^ 450 pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., (Hi m. from 
Puelilo. A summer resort. In an agricult- 
ural, mining and stock-raising district. 

TI.>IES ; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 20.':26; subscription S2; estaljlished ISWi; 
Arthur A. Foote, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

L.EADVILLE, c. li., Lake Co., n 
ll,l.vj+ pop., on Colorado Midland, Denver & 
Rio Grande and Union Pacific Rds. Lead- 
ing city and trade center of a large and 
proilnctive lead and silver-mining district. 
CHRONICLE ; every evening except 
Sundav, and CARBONATE ClIRON- 
ICLiE, Mondays ; repuljlican; daily four 
pages 18.^22, weekly eight pages: subscription 
— datlv 810, weekly $2: estaljlished 1879; Uar- 
lyle d. Davis & Co.. editors and publishers; 
circulation— dally I 2 , weekly I 2 ; issue also 
the Herald- Di'tiiticrat. 

DISI'ATt-'H; every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Sutuidays; demo- 
cratic; four ijages 17x24; subscrl))tlon— dally 
$10, weekly .«;.'; esfabllshed— <lally ISSr., week- 
ly l>^8i: Dispatch Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers; circulation— dally K 1 ^:iJ, week- 
ly K 2 H-.::<. 

H E R A L. D- DEMOCRAT : every 
morning except Monday; republican; eight 
pages 17.'C22; subscription $1(1; established 
1879; Carlvle C. Davis & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circ'n 12; issue also the Chronic/c. 

CARIION.VTE CHRONICLE; (see 
C/iroiiic/f.) 

AR(;rS; monthly; Patriotic Order Sons 
of America; twelve pages 11x16; subscri|itlon 
$1; established 1SK9; S. W. Teagarden, editor 
ami publisher; circulation L2. 

LESLIE, Washington Co.. c! ITlt pop., 
22 in. from Yuma. 

REPLIlLIC.\Ni Thursdays; Independ- 
ent: four pages l.'ix2i; subscription .«!.. ".(J; es 
tablUhed 18*i; \Vm. F. Michel, edlKir and 
publisher; circulation L 1 iK^- 



LINDON, Arapahoe Co , D 100 pop., 
9;") m. from Denver, the county seat and 
capital of the State. Agricultural and stock- 
raising district. 

LEADER; Tuesdays; republican; four 
pages 15x22 ; sul)Scriptlon $1 ; established 
18SS; Irwin A Cummings, edit<jrs and pub- 
lishers; circulation h'ii'f.^- 

LITTLETON, Arapahoe Co., D 425 
poll., on Denver cS: Rio Grande and Denver & 
South Park Division Union Pacific and 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rds., U m. 
from Denver, the county seat and State 
capital. Agricultural section. 
(iAZETTE ; Fridays; Independent; four 
pages 17x24; sul)scription $2; estaljlished 1888; 
Will H. Hodge.s, editor; M. B. Hodges, pub- 
iislier; circulation L2;H. 

LONGMONT, Boulder Co., [j 1.500 

pop., oil Denver, Utah & Pacific and Union 

Pacific Rds., 32 m. from Denver, the State 

capital. Agricultural region. 

LEDGER; Fridays: republican; four 

pages 2U.X26; subscription $1.50: established 

1879 ; Henry L. Hay ward, editor; Ledger 

Publishing Co.. publishers; circ'n K 2 :■:;•::■:. 

TIME."^; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1888; L. H. Smith, editor; Smith Bros., pub- 
lishers; circulation K 1. 

LOVELAND, Larimer Co., 6 SOO pop., 
on Union Pacific Rd., 50 m. from Denver. 
Agricultural, mining and stock-raising dis- 
trict, noted for its fine mountain scenery. 
REPORTER ; Thursdays; republican ; 
four pages 17x24; subscription $'; estab- 
lished 1881); W. L. Thorndyke, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 1. 

MANITOU SPRINGS, El Paso 

Co., U l,.")Ol ■(■ |>op., oil Colorado Midland Rd., 

() m. from Coloradi > Springs, the.county seat. 

A summer and health resort. 

JOl'RNAIi; every evening except Sun- 
dav, an<l WEEKLY. Saturdays; republi- 
can: four i)ages 18x24: siib.scriptlon .$2: estab- 
lished 1881; C. H. Frowine & Co., editors and 
publishers; circ'n-daily L 1 , weekly L2. 

MEEKER, Garfield Co., ti 940t pop., 
on White r. Coal deposits In vicinity. 

Slock raising district. 

IIEIC.V LD; Saturdays; Independent; four 
pagis 17x21: subscription .$:!; established IS85; 
Jas. Lvttle, editor and publisher: circ'n K 1. 

RiO ItLANCO NEWS; Fridays: repub- 
lican: four pages lsx24: suttscrlptlon $::): es- 
tablished IMMI; G. W. Temple, editor an<l pub- 
lisher; circulation I> 2. 

MONTE VISTA, Bio Grande Co., g 

8(K) poji., on Denver & Rio Granile Rd. Has 
steam flouring mills anil other Industries. 
Situated In a mining, stock-ralslngand farm- 
ing district. 

JOIJRNA L; Thursdays; reiiubllcan : four 
pages 15x22; subserliitlon Stl; established 
18S8: Charles S. Conant. fflltor: Journal Pub- 
lishing Co.. publishers: circulation K 2. 

SAN LITIS VALLEY GRAPHIC t 
Fridays: Independeiit ; six pages •2()x2(); sub- 
scription $2: establl>he<l is.s4; C. S. Aldrlch, 
editor; Granhlc Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation K 1 :!::•:. 

SI'N; Frldavs: Independent; four pages 
20x2t); sMb.scrlptlon «2: established IsS'.i; Col- 
tharS Maglll, editors and publishers; clrcu- 
i latlon L 2. 



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MONTROSE, c. li., Montrose Co., -n 

800 pop, on Denver & Rio Grande Rcl. Min- 
ing, farming and stock-raising region. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; democratic; 
eigiit pages 18x24; established 1888; Matt -L. 
Koppin, editor and Dubllsher; circ'n L2. 

MESSsENGERi Tluirsdays; democratic; 
four pages lSx>4; subscription $2; established 
1882; Alje Robert, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1 ;!;^. 

MONUMENT, El Paso Co., n 300 
pop., on Denver & Rio Grande and Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe Rds. and Monument 
creek, 56 m. S. of Denver, the State capital. 
Celebrated for its picturesque scenery. \ 

RECORDER; Fridays; independent; 
four pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1885; circulation L 2. 

MORRISON, Jefferson Co., O 400 

pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 8 m. from 

Golden, the county seat. Rock quarries, 

lime and lumber. 

BUD ; Saturdays ; republican ; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $2; established 
1888; W. F. Phelps, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

MULVANE, Prowers Co., n, 32 m. 

from Lamar, the county seat. In mining, 

stock and farming region. 

NEVV.S ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1888; D. J. Egger, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 
NEW CASTIiE, Garfield Co., b 100 

pop., on Denver & Rio Grande and Colorado 

Midland Rds., 12 m. from Glenwood Springs, 

the county seat. Has good coal mines. In 

fruit and stock district. 

GRAND VALEEYCVCTUS; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 18x21; suVjscription 
$2.50; established ls90; S. M. Wliite & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

OTIS, Washington Co.fCf lOOt pop., on 
Burlington & Missouri River Rd. A farming 
and stock-raising section. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; republican; 

eight i)ages 13x2(i; subsci-iption $1.5(J; estab- 
lislied 1SS6: W. D. Otis .fe Co., editors and pub 
Ushers; circulation I. 1 . 

PEitliLES GATHERED BY THE 
\VA Yfil DE; semi-monthly; literary; twen- 
ty-eight pages 6.\:'.i; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1S90; Mrs. .Mary Wood, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

OURAY, c. h., Ouray Co., JJ 6,000 
pop., on Unconipahgre r., 400 m. from Den- 
ver. A rich gold and silver-mining district. 

PLAINDEAIiER; TlmrsdMys; republi- 
can; four pages 2Ux26; subscription $2.50; es- 
tablished 188S; L. N. White, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

SOLID DIULDOON; Fridays; demo 
crallc; four pages 20x26; subscriiition $2 51); 
estal)lished 1879; Day & Atkins, editors and 
publishers; circulation .1 I. 

PAGOSA SPRINGS, c. h. Archu- 

leta Co., Q 25 m. N. of Amargo, New Mex., 

with which it Is connected by a dally stage 

line. A health resort. 

N E \V S ; Thurs<lays; independent demo- 
cratic; four pages 1S.\2I; subscription $2; cs- 
tabljshi-d 1^90: D. L. Kgger, editor and )ml)- 
llsher. 

PALMER LAKE, El Paso Co., a on 

Denver & Rio Grande and Atchison, To- 



peka & Santa Fe Rds., 2 m. from Monument. 

Health and pleasure resort. 

HERA li D ; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages 17x24; subscription $1.5U; estab- 
lished 1838; Gard Bros. & Maun, editoi-s and 
publishers; circulation LI. 

PITKIN, Gunnison Co., -n 2,200 pop., 
on Union Pacific Rd., 25 m. E. of Gunnison, 
the county seat. Gold, silver and coal min- 
ing and sampling works. Has stamp and 
silver mills. 

MINER; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 15.X22; subscription $2.50; established 
1888; C. E. Adams, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 2. 

PLATTEVILLE, Weld Co., tf 125 
130p., on Union Pacific Rd. and South Platte 
r., 17 m. from Greeley, the county seat, and 
35 N. of Denver, the State capital. Hay, 
grain and stock raising. 
PROGRESS; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1888; A. N. Elliott, editor; Progress 
Publishing Co., publishers; circ'n I 1 ^jI- 

STAR ; Saturdays; independent; eight 
pages 13x20; established 1890; I. B. Johnson, 
editor and publisher. 

PUEBLO, 0. b., Pueblo Co., g 28,12St 
pop., terminus of Atchison, Topeka & Santa 
Fe and Denver, Texas & Gulf Rds., on 
Denver & Rio Grande and Missouri Pacific 
Rds. and Arkansas r., 118 m. S. of Denver. 
Iron and Bessemer steel works located 
here; also three smelters, one of which is 
the largest in the world. Iron ore is found 
in great abundance. The supply point and 
commercial center for an agricultui-al, 
stock raising and mining countr3-. 
CHIEFTAIN ; every morning except 
Monday, and COLORADO CHIEF- 
TAIN, Thursdays; republican; ten pages 
18x23; subscription— (iailv $10, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1868 ; Chieftain Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers ; circ'n— dally I 2 ^J*. 
weekly I 1 -;<-:l:. 

EVENINii STARi_ every evening 
cept Sunday 
its 



,— , J. 24 1^^ ^'^^.T \-».-»•l»»^- ex- 
and SATURDAY EVEN- 
IJiii STAR, Saturdays; democratic; daily 
four pages 16x22, weekly six pages; subscrip- 
tlon— dailv (with weekly! $6.50, weekly $1.50; 
established— daily 1883. weekly 1885; J. L. 
Lacey, editor; Star Publishing Co., publish- 
ers: circulation— daily K 2, weekly K 2. 

PRESS; (!very evening except Sunday; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22: subscription 
$7.20; established 1886; W. B. McKinney, edi- 
tor; Press Put)lishing Co., publishers; circu- 
lation H 1. 

COLORADO CHIEFTAIN; (see 
Chii-jfldin.) 

CIOLOKADO WORKM.VN; Thurs- 
days; Knights of Labor; four pages 20x26; 
sui)scrlption $1: established 1S89; H. L. Bur- 
detl and K. S. Moore, editors and publishers; 
circulation .) I . ^ 

FRF.IE PRES.SE; Wednesdays; Ger- 
man: four pages 22x28; subscription $2.50; 
established 18s7; Chas. H. Haggenjos, editor 
and pnlillsher: circulation K 2. 

IKON HAND; isee liessenier.) 

niKRK Y WOK l,D ; Saturdays; repub- 
llciin; four iiagcs 2Ux2ii; su))Scriptlon .$2; es- 
tablished 1887; Smith & Hulanski, editors and 
publishers: circulation K 1. 

ORE AND METAL REVIEW; Wed- 
nesdays; mining: four (lagi^s sxll; subscrip- 
tion $1; established is9ll; D. W. Osgood, Jr., 
editor and publisher. 

PROiiKESSIVE FARMER; Mon- 
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18x24; subscription $:'>: established 1885; E. 
Bravton, editor and publisher; ciro'n K 2. 

KEAIi ESTATK .lOUKNAl. AND 
HOTEL <JAZKTTEj Saturdays; four 
pages lsx23; subscription $2; established 
l-<90: C. H. Prestou & Co., editors and pub 
.Ushers. . 

SATURDAY EVENING STAR; (see 
Event »g Star.) 

SrXDAY OPINION; Sundays; repub- 
lican: four pages 18x24; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1882 ; E. H. Osgood, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

LA HERMAN DAD; monthly; Span- 
ish; evangelical; four pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; estaljlished 1889; AleJ. M. Dar- 
ley, editor and publisher; circulation L 2 ^. 

RAM AH, El Paso Co., a on Chicago, 

Rock Island & Pacltlc Rd., 40 m. N. E. of 

Colorado Springs, the county seat. 

LEADER; Saturdays; farmers' alliance; 
four pages l.")x22: subscription $2; established 
1S><9; J. L. Wolf, editor and publisher. 

RAYMER, Weld Co., cf on Burling- 
ton & Missouri Rd. 

HERALD; Thursdays; Independent; 
«ight pages 15x22: subscription $2; established 
18S9: Shirley, Abbott ot Shoemaker, editors 
and publishers; circulation LI. 

RED CLIFF, c. li., Eagle Co., a 5^ 

pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 32 m. 

from Leadvllle. A mining district. 

COMET; Tliursdays; republican; four 
pages 17x24 ; subscription $2.50; established 
1881 ; Wm. B. Thom, editor and publisher; 
•circulation L 2. 

EA(;iiE CO. TIMES ; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic ; eight jiages i:jx20 ; subscription $2.50; 
established 1*6; Wm. McCabe, editor and 
publisher; circulation L 2 . 

RED MOUNTAIN, Ouray Co., p 400 
pop., 13 m. from Silverton. Mining region. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; independent; four 
pages lii.\22; subscription S3; established 
1S89; Seaman & Day, editors and publishers; 
-circulation K 1 :;:H;. 

RICO, c. li., Dolores Co., J3 1,500 pop., 

on Dolores r. Mines of gold, silver, copper, 

Iron and coal abound. 

NEWS; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $3 ; established 18;9; 
Jlorlsh & Rust, editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

RIFLE, Garfield Co., "□ on Denver 

& Rio Grande Rd., 27 m. W. of Glenwood 

Springs, the county seat. 

REVEILLE; .Saturdays; Independent: 
four pages 16x20; subscription $2; established 
189J; C. H. Bronaugh, editor; H. J. Holmes, 
publisher. 

ROCKY FORD, Otero Co., CL SOOf 

pop., on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rd. 

Mining district. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturday."?; republican; 
four pages 17x21; subscription $2: established 
1SS7: Richard C. Herrl.k, editor and publish- 
er; circulation 1.2 :•::■:. 

SAGUACHE, c. h., Saguache Co., g 
HV) pop. Agricultural and mining country. 

COLORADO HERALD; Thursdays; 
democratic: four pages lsx24; subscription 
3l..'H): established isss; R. c. Jones, editor 
and pulilisjier; circulation L2. 

(;RESCENT; Thursdays; reimbllcan; 
four pages lsx24; s\ibscrlptlon $2; estab- 
lished \isi\ Henry M. MIngny, editor and 
publisher ; circulation K 1 :i::H. 



SALIDA, Chaffee Co., n 8,500 pop., 
on Denver & Rio Grande Rd. Its shops 
give employment to over 300 men. Near 
I)roductive Iron, copper and silver mines. 

NEWS ; every evening except Sunday; 
democratic; four pages lii.x22: subscription 
$2.50; established 1S73; Howard T. Lee, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 2. 

M AIL; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; republican; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1880: J. F. Erdlen 
& Co., editors and publishers: circ'n K 2 ;[;;•; 

APEX; Wednesdays; farmers' alliance; 
four pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1S90; Howard Russell, editor; Smith Sc 
Russell, publishers. 

CALIi; Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages 16x22; sub.scrii)tlon .?1; established 
1888; Mark Scott, editor and publisher. 

CHURCH GUIDE; monthly; eight 
pages 8x11; subscription .50 cents; established 
189J; Rev. J. Wallis Ohl, editor and publisher. 

SHERIDAN LAKE, c. h., Kiowa 

Co., □, 126t pop., 1:50 m. from Denver, the 

State capital. Farming ami coal mining 

district. 

KIOWA CO. LEADER; Fridays: In- 
dependent; four pages 1:5x22: subscription 
$1.50; established 1S90; W. K. Dudley, editor 
and publisher. 

SILVER CLIFF, Custer Co., Q 1,500 
pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd. Mining, 
stock raising and agriculture. 
RUSTLER; Wednesdays: independent; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1874 ; Wm J. Orange, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

SILVER PLUME, Clear Creek Co., 
a 1,500+ pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 15 m. Vf. 
of Georgetown, the county seat. A supply 
point for the surrounding silver-mining 
country. 

SILVER STANDARD; Saturdays; 

democratic; four pages 18x24 ; subscription 
$2; established 1885; Fred. L. Miner, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 

SILVERTON, c. h., San Juan Co., p 
2,500 pop., ou Denver & Rio Grande Rd. En- 
gaged in gold and silver mining. 
MINER; Saturdays; Independent-repub- 
lican; four iiages lSx24; subscription $4: es- 
tablished 1S73; .\lfred lies, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1. 

STAND.VRD; Saturdays; mining; four 
pages 15x22: subscription .$3; established 
1SS9: Chas. W. Snowden, editor and pub- 
Usher. 

SOUTH DENVER, Arapahoe Co., a 

a suburb of Denver. 

EYE; (see Denver.) 
SPRINGFIELD, c. h., Baca Co., O, 

300 poj). In an agricultural district. 

H£RALI>; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 20.X26; subscription S1..5U; estaldlslied 
1885; Love & Byrnes, editors and publishers; 
i circulation J 1. 

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, noutt 



Co., n 561+ iMip., on the Viiiiip:ili r., r20 m. X. 

W. of Georgetown. Its hot and cold sul- 

phursprlngsmake It a summer resort. 

INTER-.MOUNTAIN; Thursdays; four 
pages 16x22; sub.scrlptlon $2: established 
18s9: J. R. Godsmark, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 1 . 

PILOT; Wednesdays; Imlepcndent; four 
pages l:ix20; subscription $2; established 1885; 



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COLORADO. 



Jas. H. Hoyle, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L i. 

STERLING, c. h., Logan Co.. cf 800 
pop., on Union Pacific and Burlington & 
Missouri River Rds. Farming and stock 
raising are extensively engaged In. 
LOGAN CO. ADVOCATE; Satur 
days; republican; eight pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $2; established 1S85; John W. WJ- 
son, editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

REPUBLICAN; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1890; A. F. Spoor, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

TELiLURIDE, c. li., San Miguel Co., 

p 1,200+ pop., at head of San Miguel r. and 

on Denver & Rio Grande Rd.. 18 m. from 

Ouray. Mining and stock-raising. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; democratic; four 

pages 18x24; subscription $3; established 

1881; A. M. Read, editor; Journal Publishing 

Co., publishers; circulation L2 :|;;1;. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $3; established 
1886; E. D. McKovsrn, editor; Republican Pub 
lishingCo., publishers; circulation L2. 

THURMAN, Arapahoe Co. a 100 pop. 

Situated in a stock-raising and agricultural 

section. 

TIMES; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1888; B. T. Reed, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 1 . 

TIN CUP, Gunnison Co., -O 325 pop., 

30 m. N. E. of Gunnison, the county seat 

Agriculture and stock raising. 

TIME8; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages; subscription $2.50; established 1890; C. 
A. Fredericli:, editor and publisher. 

TRINIDAD, c. h., Las Animas Co., O^ 
8,ii0u pop., on Denver & Rio Grande and 
Atchisou, Topeka & Santa Fe Rds. and Las 
Animas r., 210 m. S. of Denver and 650 from 
Kansas City, Mo. Surrounded by fields of 
coking coal. A grazing and general farming 
country. 

ADVERTISER; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY. Thursdays ; Eng- 
lish aud Spanish ; four pages 2().x2tl; subscrip- 
tion—dally $7. weekly $2; established 1882; 
M. Beshoar, editor; Advertiser Printing Co., 
publishers; clrc'n— daily L2, weekly K 1. 

CITIZEN ; every morning excejit Sunday, 
and WEEKIjY, Wednesdays; independ- 
ent; four pages— daily 13x20, weekly 20x26; 
subscription— daily $6, weekly $2; established 
1887; W. A. De Buske, editor and publisher; 
circulation— daily K 1, weekly L 2. 

EVENING CHRONICLE; every 
evening except Sunday; independent; four 

Bages 15.X22; subscription .$4; established 1890; 
. W. Stone, editor and publislier. 

NEWS; every morning except Sunday, 
and WEEKIjY, Fridays; Independent; 
four iiages— daily 16.x22, weekly 20x26; sub- 
scription—daily $5, weekly $1.50; established 
—daily 1887, weekly 1877; Edwin O. Blair, 
editor and publisher; circulation— dally L2, 
weekly L 2. 

SATURDAY SIGNAL; Saturdays; 
four ijages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished !8^9; N. D. Ackerman, editor and pub- 
lisher: clrculatinn L2. 

VUiLA GROVE, Saguache Co., g 

125 pop., on Deliver & Rio Grande Rd., 21 m. 

from Saguache, the couuty seat. 

HEADLIGHT; Fridays; independent; 
four pages 18.x2-l; established 1890; S. E. Van 
Noorden, editor and publisher. 



VILLA PARK, Arapahoe Co., D a 
suburb and i)art of Denver. 
WEST SIDE CITIZEN; (see Denver.) 

WALSENBURGH, c. li., Huerfano- 
Co.. P 1,200 pop., on Denver & Rio Grande 
Rd. Engaged principally in agricultural 
pursuits. 

HUERFANO CACTUS; Saturdays; 
independent; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion .$2; established 1883; Bowman & Wick, 
editors and publishers; circulation K 1. 

WORLD; Fridays; four pages 18x24; 
suliscription $2; established 1889; J. F. 
Thompson, editor and publisher. 

WESTCLIFFE, Custer Co., g 5001- 

pop., on Denver & Rio Grande Rd., 30 m. 

from Canon City. In a stock-raising and 

mining section. 

WESTMOUNTAIN TRIBUNE AND 
REPl'BLICAN; Saturdays; four pages 
16x22; subscription $2; established 1881; 
Alexander H. Lacy, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

WEST DENVER, Arapahoe Co., D a 
suburb of Denver. 
EYE; (see Denver.) 

WHITE PINE, Gunnison Co., -a 525t 
pop., on Tomichi creek, 40 m N. E. of Gun- 
nison, the couuty seat. A mining settlement. 
CONE; Fridays ; republican ; four pages 

16x22; subscription $3; established 1883; Geo. 

S. Irwin, editor and publisher ; clrc'n K 1. 

WRAY, c. h., Yuma Co., cf 250 pop., 
on Burlington & Missouri River Rd. Farm- 
ing and stock raising section. 
RATTLER; Satui-days; democratic; 
four pages 17x23; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1886 ; J. N. Counter, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2:l;:i;. 

YUMA, Yuma Co., n' 638t pop., on 
Burlington & Missouri Rd. Agricultural 
and stock-raising district. 
P I O N E E ir ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages l.ix22; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1887; Williams & Heath, editors aud 
publishers; circulation K 'Z^.:^. 



CONNECTICUT. 



ANDQVER, Tolland Co., ^ 400 pop., 
on New York & New England Rd., 22 m. 
from Hartford, the State capital. Has pa- 
per mill and creamery. In farming section. 

BEE HIVE; montlily; bee culture; six- 
teen pages 6x9; subscription 25 cents; estab- 
lished 1SS6; E. H. Cook, editor and publisher; 
circulatiou J 1. 

ANSONIA, ^^ew Haven Co., g 10,841t 
pop., on New Haven & Derby and New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Rds. and 
Naugatuck r., 10 m. W. of New Haven, the 
county seat, and 16 N. of Bridgeport. En- 
gaged in the manufacture of clocks, and 
brass, copper and woolen goods. 
EVENING SENTINEL; every even- 
ing except Sunday aud Wednesdaj', and 
NAUGATUCK VALLEY SENTI- 
NEIi, Wednesdays; daily four pages 20x26, 
weekly eight pages 15x22; subscription — 
dally $4, weekly $1.50; established— daily 1884, 
weekly 1871 ; J. M. Emerson, editor aud pub- 
lisher ; circulation — dally J 2 ;!;;!:, week- 
ly I 2 ;!::!:. 



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XAUGATITCK VALLEY SENTI- 

NEL : (see livening Sentinel.) 

BIRMINGHAM, ^''e^o Haven Co., g 
in the town of Derby, which comprises the 
boroughs of Birmingham, Ansonia ami Old 
Derby and the suburban borough of Shelton 
(a part of Birmingham, altlmugh In another 
county.) Population of Derby township, 
20,(XiO, divided as follows : Birmingham, In- 
cluding Shelton and Old Derby, 12,000 ; An- 
sonia, 8,000. 10 m.W. of New Haven, on New 
Haven & Derby Rd. and at junction of 
Naugatuck and Housatonic rivers. 

EVENING TllANSCRIPT; every 
evening except Sunday and Weduesdaj', and 
DERBY TRANSCRIPT, Wednesdays; 
independent; daily four pages 18x26, weekly 
twelve pages l.ix22; subscription — daily $4, 
weekly 81.50; estalilished— daily 1889, weekly 
1867; Charles E. Meservey, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation— daily J 1, weekly J 2; 
dated at Birmingham, Derby and Shelton. 

DERBY TRANSCRIPT; (see Even- 
ing Transcript.) 

BRIDGEPORT, c. h., Fairfield Co., 

P 48,S56t pop., on Housatonic and New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Rds. and on Long 
Island Sound, 56 m. from New York City. 
Engaged in manufacturing sewing ma- 
chines, carriages, furniture, fire-arms and 
corsets, and in the coast trade. 

EVENING FARMER; everv evening 
except Sunday, and REPUftLiICAN 
FAItHIER, Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages — daily 16x24, vveekly 24.x30; subscrip- 
tion— daily S7, weekly $1.50; established- 
daily 1863,' weekly 1790; Tucker & Stiles, edi- 
tors and publishers ; circulation — daily 1 2 , 
weekly 1 1 . 

EVENING POST ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
S2.5U; established 1871; Hills Bros., editors 
and publishers; circulation U 2 ^H^I'^H. 

MORNING NEWS; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; independent; four pages 22.X34 ; 
subscription §6; established 1879; Louis C. 
Prindle, editor and publisher; circ'ii J 2^'^. 
STANDARD: every evening except 
Sunday, and REPUBLICAN STAND- 
ARD, Fridays; republican; daily four 
pages 22x:3U, weekly eight pages 18x21; sub- 
scription—daily $7. weekly $1.50: established 
—daily 1852, weekly 1844; George C. Waldo 
and S. O. Canfleld. editors; Standard Associa- 
tion, publishers; circulation — daily H 1 ;S::j:;i;, 
■weekly 1 2 JiiH^:];. ZW Actual averuge of 
daily edition :i,56iJ, weekly 2,655 copies for the 
past yeiir. 

BRIDGEPORTER ANZEIGER; 
Saturdays; German; democratic: four pages 
15x22; sub.scription $1.20; established 1885; 
William Greislnger, editor; Paul Gebhard, 
publisher; circulation Iv 2. 

REPUBLICAN FARMER; (see J5yen 
ina Farmer.) 

REPUBLICAN STANDARD; (see 
Standard.) 

STAR; Saturdays: democratic: four 
pages ll.xlf: subscription 'jOeeiits: established 
1^.H): W. H. May, eilit<5r and jjubllsher. 

SUN; Saturdays: democratic: four pages 
16.X-22; subscription $1: established 1875; L. 
M. Rich, editor and publisher. 

SUN'DAY HERALD; Sundays: repub- 
lican; eight pages isx24; subscription $2: 
establlsheil is;np; Evan Jones, editor; L. Y. 
Carroll, publishf-r. 

WOCIIENBLATT; Saturdays; Ger- 
man; eight pages Hxif ; subscription $2; 
established 1890; Slgin. Dormlzer, editor and 
publisher. 

EPSIIjON; monthly; ten pages 8x12: 
subscription 60 cents; established 1886; Stu- 
dents of Bridgeport High School, editors 



and publishers; circulation LI; a school 
paper; issued during the school year. 

BmSTOl., Hart/ord Co., ± -,374t pop., 
on New York & New England Rd., 17 m. 
W. of Hartford, the county seat. Manu- 
factures clocks, hardware, knit goods, etc. 

HERALD; Thursdays; republican; 

eight iiages 15x22; subscription .«!l ; estab- 
lislied 1885; Luclus B. Norton, editor; Herald 
Publishing Co.. publishers; circulation L2; 
issue al.so the New Britain Herald. 

PRESS; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $i ; established 
1871 ; Havlland & Duncan, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation .T 1 ; an edition entitled 
the News is Issued for Plainville. 

CANAAN, Litchfield Co., til, 537 pop., 

at junction of Housatonic and Hartford & 
Connecticut Western Rds., 56 m. from 
Hartford and 73 from Bridgeport. Has a 
tobacco warehouse and a factory for mak- 
ing granulated milk. 

CONNECTICUT WESTERN 

NEWS; Wednesdays; four pages 20x26; 
subscription $2; established 1871; S. C. Beck- 
ley, editor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

COLCHESTER, J^eio London (7o.,C; 

2,9ftH- pop., on New York, New Haven & 

Hartford Rd. Has grist and cider mills. 

ADVOCATE; Fridays; neutral; eight 
pages 15x22; sub.scription $l.;)0; established 
1887; E. F. Bigelow, editor and pul)lisher; cir- 
culation K 1 Ji;;!:. 

COLLINSVIELE, Hartford Co., 6 
2.800+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd. Manufactures edge tools, etc. 

FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' 
JOURNAL; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.5»J; estab- 
lished 1887 ; H. C. Sullivan, editor ; F. E. 
Cleveland & Co., publishers: circulation L 2. 

TUNXIS VALLEY HERALD; (see 
Southington.) 

DANBURY, c. li., Fairfield Co., j3 

19,385+ pop., on Housatonic and New York & 
New England Rds., 68 m. from New York 
City. Manufactures hats, etc. 

EVENING NEWS ; every evening ex- 
cept Wednesday and Sunday, and NEWS, 
Wednesdays: independent; daily four pages 
■22x28, weekly eight pages 17.\'2:); subscription 
-daily $4, weekly $1; established-daily 1883, 
weekly 1870; J. M. Bailey, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation— dally H 1, weekly H 1. 

NEWS ; (see Kveninu News.) 

N E W E N G Ix A N D >I E D I C A L 
MONTHLY; medical; eighty-eight pages 
7xlU: subscription $2; established 1831; W. 
C. Wile, M. D., editor: Danbury Medical Print- 
ing Co., publishers; circulation G 2 :;:^. 

DANIELSONVILLE, WindhamCo., 

n' 4,0(»ii pop., on New York .'t New England 
Rd. and Quinnebaug r., '25 m. from Nor- 
wich. Manufactures cotton, woolens, belts, 
stockltigs, shuttles and shoes. 

WINDHAM CO. TRANSCRIPT; 

Wednesdays: reiiubllean: four pages 22x:;0; 
subscription $1.5(1: established ia56: J. Q. A. 
Stf>ne. editor and publisher; cire'n .12 i'fiii:. 
COLLEt;TO|{S' ;>IONTilLY: ornith- 
ology: <'lght pages 6x8: subscription 50 cents; 
established isyj; Charles H. Prince, editor 
and publisher. 

NEW EN(JLAND FANCIER: month 
Iv; poultry raising: thirty two iiages 8x11: 
establlsheil is*.; Wm. H. Hamilton, editor 
and publisher; circulation I 2 ^^H^- 



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DEEP RIVER, Middlesex Co., g 
1482+ pop., on New York, New Haveu & 
Hartford Rd., 30 m. from Hartford and 30 
from New Haven. Manufacturing town. 

NEW ERA; Fridays; independent; four 

f)ages 22x.i8; subscription Sl-25 ; estab- 
Ished :8T4 ; Chas. A. Kirtland, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation Jl. 

DERBY, ^Ve«o Haven Co., g 4,000 pop., 

on New Haven and Derby Rds., 9 m. W. of 

New Haven, the county seat, and 13 N. E. of 

Bridgeport. Has several manufactories. 

EVEMXG TRANSCRIPT; (see Bir 
mlugham.) 

EAST HARTFORD, Hartford 

Co., 6 4,400+ pDp., on New Yorlc & New Eng- 
land Rd., 2 m. from Hartford. Has paper 
mill, carriage factories and other industries. 

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE; (see 

Hartford.) 

GAZETTE ; Fridays ; four pases; 20x23; 
subscription .§1.50; established 1SS5; Henry 
B. Hale, editor and publisher; circ'n J 2H"i:; 
dated at East Hartford. Glastonbury and 
South Windsor. 

ESSEX, Middlesex Co., p 2,000 pop., 
on New York, New Haven & Hartford Rd., 
near the mouth of Connecticut r. 

RIVERSIDE INTELLIGENCE; bi 

weekly; independent; eight pages 22x30: sub- 
scriptioQ 51 cents; established 1888; W. C. 
Griswold, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion K 1 ;i;:;;:|;. 

GLASTONBURY, Hartford Co., ^ 
1,350 pop., on the E. bunk of the Connecticut 
r., 7 m. below Hartford, the county seat. 
Manufacturing town. 

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE; (see 

Hartford.! 
GAZETTE; (see Ea.st Hartford.) 

OREENTVICH, Fairfield Co., p 
10,120+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd. and Long Island Sound. A 
place of residence for New York City busi- 
ness men. In agricultural region. 

GRAPHIC ; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 20x24 ; sul)scrlption §1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1881 ; Erwin Edwards, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

NEVVS; Fridays; Independent; fourpages 
20x26; subscilptloii SI. 50; established 1SS8; Ed- 
win H. Aliraiiis, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 2 ;)::■:. 

DEXT.VIi JOURNAL; monthly; den- 
tal; four pages 11x15; 8Ul)scrlntloii 25 cents; 
established ISW); Dr. B. E. Mead ami Edward 
I. Ml ad, n. D. S., editors and iiubllshers. 

GROTON, ^'cw London Co., D, 5,611t 
pop., on east bank of Thames r., opposite 
New Lonilou, one of the two county seats. 

REVIEW; Thursilays; Independent; four 

f)ages l-<x21j subsrrlption 50 cents ; estab- 
Ished IKHS; w. F. Douglass, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1 :!::);. 

HARTFORD, o. h., Hartford Co., ^ 
State Ciipitiil, .">:!,1S2+ pop., on Central, 
New England & Western, New York & New 
England and New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford R<ls. and Connecticut r. Engaged In 
coiniiicrce and manufacturing. 
COIJRANT; evcrv morning ejfcept Sun- 
day, and CONNECf ICUT COURANT, 
Thursdays; republican; tun pages 18x23; 



subscription— dally $8, weekly $1.50; estab- 
lished—dally las?, weekly 17t)4 ; Hawley, Good- 
rich & Co., editors and publishers; ctrcula- 
tlon— daily H 2, weekly H 2. 

EVENING POST; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and CONNECTICUT 
POST, Thursdays; republican; twelve pages 
17x2;:!; subscription— dally $8, weekly $1.50; 
established 185S; Evening Post Association, 
editors and publishers ; circulation— dally H 2, 
weekly G 1. 

TELEGRAM-RECORD; every morn- 
ing except Siin<lay; democratic; fourpages 
18x23; subscription $5; established 18s3; D. C. 
Blrdsall, editor ; The Telegram Newspaper 
Co., publishers ; circulation H 2. 

TIMES; every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays; tfemocratic; 
eight pages 17.V23; subscription — dally $8, 
weekly SI: established — daily 1841, weekly 
1817; Burr Bros., editors aud publishers; cir- 
culation—daily F 1 :;:^:;1:, weekly Gl^Hs. 
i^^ Actual average of daily edition for the 
past year 10,61i3 copies. 

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE; Satur- 
days; independent; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
.scription $1 ; established 1S8S; James A.Mar- 
tin, editor and publisher; circulation Kl; 
editions are also issued for East Hartford, 
Glastonbury, South Windsor anrl Windsor. 

AMERICAN POULTRY YARD; 
Saturdays ; poultry raising ; four pages 
16x22; subscription SI. 50; established 1878; H. 
H. Stoddard, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion! 2 ; Issues also the Poultry World. 

CHRISTIAN SECRETARY; Wed- 
nesdays; baptist; four pages 21x27; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1822 ; C. A. Piddock, 
editor and publisher; circulation 12. 

CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC; Sat- 
urdays ; catholic ; eight pages 17x23; sub- 
scription S2 ; establishetl 1876 ; John E. 
Scanlau, editor ; M. F. Scanlan, publisher ; cir- 
culation H 2. 

CONNECTICUT COURANT; (see 
Courant.'i 

CONNECTICUT FARMER; Satur- 
days ; agricultural ; eight pages 15x21 ; sub- 
scription §2; established 187'.» ; A. R. Parsons, 
editor an<l publisher; circulation H 2. 

CONNECTICUT HO.ME; Thursdays; 
prohibition; four pages 18x24; sul)Scription 
$1; estalillshed 18SI); Allen B. Lincoln, editor 
an<l pul)lishcr; circulation H 1 ;l;;i;:i:. 

CONNECTICUT POST; (see Evening 
Post. I 

EXAMINER; Saturdays; Independent; 
eight pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1881 ; Roliert Peyne, editor; Examiner 
Pul)llshing Co., publishers; circulation 12; 
an pdltion Is also Lssutul for Waterbury. 

G L O II E ; Sundays ; republican ; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1876; Allen Willey, editor and publisher; 
circulation IJ 2 jj::;;. 

HARTFORDER IIEROLD; Satur- 
days; German; indcpeudent : four pages 
18x24; subscription §1; cslabllshed 1883; M. 
Galody, editor and publisher : circ'n K 2 ;1;^:. 

RELHJIOUS IIERALD; Thursdays; 
congregational; four pages 20x27; sub- 
scription S2; established 1843; G. G. Moseley, 
editor and publlslii'r: i-lrculatlon J 2. 

SUNDAY .lOURNAL; Simdays ; Inde- 
peiKleiit; eight i)ages 15x22; subscription 
§2.50: established 1887; Joseph H. Barnum, 
editor and publisher ; circulation H 2 :l;Ms 

TRINITY TABLET; every three 
weeks; twentvl'our pages '.px12; subscription 

t'i; establlsheil 18C.6; E. M. Mctlook, editor; 
tudentsof Trinity College, publishers; circu- 
latlon I- 2 :!:;!:; a college paper; Issued during 
the collegiate year. 

INSURANCE JOURNAL; monthly; 
InsuraiK'e ; sl.My I'Iglil |iak'es 7x lii; subscrip- 
tions;!: established 1873; H, R. Hayden, editor 
and publlsliei-; circulation K 1. 

OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT 
STUDENT; monthly: evangelical; one 
bundled pages (ix9; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1882; Wm. K. Harper, editor; Student 
Publishing Co., publishers; circulation Gl; 



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not Issiu'd ittirlug July and August; Issue also 
the Hfhiiiicd. 

I'Ori.TRY WORLD? nioiiHily: poul- 
try ralsiiii;: twciitv four I'JU'"'^ ilxlJ: suliscrlp- 
tioii $1.2o: ostabllslu'il 18?^: H. H. StoiUUml, 
e(llti>r anil publislier ; i-lreulation H2; l8- 
sui's nlsci tli<> American Pnullry Yard. 

WE IIOVS; nioiiihly: eiluoatioiml: four 
paili'S 8x1,': sulisciiplion TSccnts; I'stalilishcd 
IftM: Walter M. Dimivau, edlti.r; l-'rid. W. 
Damstalilt, publisher. 

SEMINARY KECOKIJ; bt-monthly; 
theoloK'loal: one huiulrt'd and four panes 
6x10: subscription SI: establlslied IstK); The 
Faculty of Hartfor.l Theological Seminary, 
editors and jiubllshers. 1 

AMERICAN INDlJfSTRY; quarterly, 
January, April. Juiv ami Octol>er; conimer- 
elal: tli'lrtyslx i)arres7.\l(t: established IS'^7: A. 
Miigfonl. e<lltor and imblisher: I'Ire'n I 1 ;•:. 

IIEliR.VICA; quarterly, January, April, 
July and October: educational; eighty-four 
panes V.xll: subscrliition .S'^: establisiied I8S4: 
Student Publishing Co.. editors and publish- 
ers: issue also the GUI and .Ycic Testament 
Sluilent. 

INDIAN m'LI.ETIN: quarterly, Feb- 
ruary, Ma.v. August ami November: educa- 
tional; four pages 11x14: subscription 25 
cents: established ISiK): Connecticut Indian 
As>ociatioii, editors and publisliers. 

•MM RNAL, OF INEHRIETY; quar 
terlv. January, April, July and October; 
nieilical; one huudreil pages 6x9: subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established IKTd: T. D. Crothers, SI.D., 
editor: published under the auspices of the 
American Association for the Cure of Inebri- 
ates: circulation Iv2:'::|:. 

HIGHLAND PARK: Hartford 

Co., :^ 2 ni. S. of South .Manchester and 11 
E. of Hartford, the county seat. Has a pa- 
per factory anil machine works. Farming 
district. 

W II I T E R I K R O N R A X N E R ; 

monthlv: temi)eraiice: four jiagcs 11x10; es- 
tablished l-'JO; Mrs. K. N. Stanley, editor and 
publisher. 

JEWETT CITy.A'ew Loudon Co.,a, 
3,113t pop., on New York .'t New England 
Ed., 9 m. from Norwich, one of the two 
county seats, and 7 from Plaintield. En- 
gaged in the manufacturing of cotton. 
1* R E f* S I Friilays; four pages 20x26: 
subscription $1 ; establlsli»-d lss2; c F. Bur- 
gess, eilltor and pul)llsher: circulation L2; 
»n iditioii of ihc I'l.-iinfield Janrnnl. 

LITCHFIELD, <• • h., Litchfield Co., "tj 
j,4I0 pop., on She|iang, Litclitleld & North- 
ern Rd. A inanufac'turlng town. 

EN<|U!RER; Thursdays; republican; 

four pages 20.\27: subscrintlon 81. ."lO: estab- 
lished is2r, ; George A. Hickox, editor and 
publishei': circulation K 2. 

S T .\ It: Tliursdavs: eight pages ir>x22; 
»ub-crlptlon 81: establlslie.l isfifi; Frederick 
W. Pone, editor and publisher; clrc'n K 2;|!H:. 

LYME, ^'ew London Co., U^ 977 pop., 

on Now York, New Haven & Hartford Hd. 

Has grist and saw mills, granite quarry 

and paper manufactory. 

S O r M» RREE/.K: Tuesdays: eight 
paxes 13x22: subscription $1: established 
l»-9; P. L. Bal>c<ick, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2. 

MANCHESTER, Hartford Co., ^ 

-,,';Tt i>op., -1 III. from Hartford, the county 

seat. Manufacttires paper. 

SATTRDAY liERAM)i Saturdays: 
Independent: elyht pages l.^ix'.?,': sub'.crlpilon 
$I.!iO; establl.shed IK81; Elwood S. Kla, tt\U><r 
and publisher; circulation J 2 ;>:#:}:. 



MERIDEN, yew Haven Co., Q 21,-230t 
pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 
and terminus of the Merlden & Cromwell 
Rds., 18 m.f rom New Haven, the county seat, 
and same distance from Hartford. Manu 
factures silver-plated and Britannia metal 
goods, hardware, cutlery, steel pens, guns, 
glassware and cabinet organs. 

JOIIRNAI^; every evening except Suu- 
dav: independent: eight pages lT.x22: sub- 
scription .«;8: csiablislied IH-^S: Journal Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publisliers; circula- 
tion H 1 :i:::-.. 

RErURIilCAX; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages 22x24: subscri|)tlon— 
daily §8, weekly S-J: established— dally 1-62, 
weeklv lSi;7: \Vm. F. Graham, editor : Re- 
publican I'ublishing Co., publisher.-; circu- 
lation—dally J 1 , weekly J 1. 

ItlltlilA: monthly: evangelical: twenty- 
two pages '.1x12 ; subscription §1 ; estab- 
lished 188S; Mrs. Nellie V. Potti r, eilltor 
and publisher; circulation K 2 ; devoteil to 
study of the Hebrew language. 

MIANITS, Fairfield Co., p 600 pop., U 
ni. from Greenwich, on New York, New 
Haven >t H;irtford Rd. 

ORCHARD AND MILL; quarterly, 
Januarv, April, Julv and October; ai)|>le cul- 
ture: sixteen pages Uixl2: subscription *J 
cents; established lS-9: F. T. Palmer, editor 
and )iul)lislier; circulation H 1 :;;:;;. 

MIDDLETOWN, c. h., Middlesex 
Co., 9 9,til2+ pop., on New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Rii. and Connecticut r.. :i.') m. 
from Its entrance into Long Island Sound. 
Connected with New York City by dally 
line of steamers. Various manufactures. 
Location of the State Asylum for the In- 
sane. 

IIER.\IiD: every evening except Sun- 
day: republican: four pages is.\24: sub- 
scription 85; established 1S83; MIdilletown 
Pul)lishing Co., editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation 12. 

PENNY PRESS; everv evening except 
Sundav, ami >ENTINEIi AND WIT- 
NESS, Satunlavs: Independent-democratic; 
ilailv four page's 17x22, weekly eight pages 
i:x2'l; subseriptlou— dallv $:!. weekly SL-V); 
establlsheil— dailv 18so, weekly lS2:i; Ernest 
King & Son, editors and j.ubllsliers; clrcula- 
tion-dailv a i :•:;•:. weekly .1 2 :;::i:. 

CON'STITl'TION; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages 2iix2(i; sub.scrlptlon 81-30: 
established lH:i7: Frank J. Starr, editor and 
publisher; circulation .1 2. 
SENTINEL AND WITNESS; (see 

Pi- 71 nil PienH.) 

W ES LE Y A X ARGUS; hi weekly ; 

twenty pages Sxll; subscription §3: estab- 
lished' 18fiS; Students of the S«'nlor and Junior 
Classes of the Weslevan L'nlverslly, editors 
and publishers: circulation Kl: a college 
paper; issued during the collegiate year. 

MOODUS, Muldlesex Co., v In East 

Haddam township, 3,000 pop., about 12 ni. S. 

E. of MIddletown, the county sent. Mniiu- 

faciuring town. 

C O N N E C T I C r T V A L L E Y 
ADVERTISER) Salurila>s; four pages 
2Jx2S; subscrlplloii i\.:*\: established 18«9; 
Joseph E. .S.'lden, editor and publisher; clr- 
culallon .1 2. 

MYSTIC, 'Vc'r London Co.. "Z. 3,500 

pop., on .Sew York, Providence & Boston 

1 Hd., >i ni. E. of Ni'w London, the county 



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seat. Wooden mill, machines for cotton 

gins, etc. Agricultural section. 

PRESS; Thursdays; independent-repub- 
lican : four pages 15x22: subscription $2; es- 
tablished 18T3 ; L. M. Guernsey, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1 H^^. 

MYSTIC RIVER, ^ew London Co., 
Q, 1,700 pop., on Mystic r. Ship building, 
fishing and manufacture of printers' and 
boolibinders' wares carried on. Menhaden 
oil works here. 

MYSTIC JOURNAL; Saturdays; 
Independent: four pages 19.\21: subscription 
$1.5U : established ISVJ ; Anderson & Fair- 
brother, editors and publishers; circ'n LI; 
an edition of the Stonington Mirror. 

NAUGATUCK, ^ew Haven Co., g 

6.3S6+ pop., on New Yorlc, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd., 5 m. from Waterbury. Man- 
ufactures rubber clothing, boots, shoes, 
woolen underwear, cutlery, buttons, wagon 
wheels and farming implements. 
CITIZEN; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 18x25: subscription $1.50; established 
■1885; E. R. Clyma, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 2. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; independent; 
eight pages lSx2i; subscription $1.75; estab- 
lished 1877; B. A. Peck, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

NEW BRITAIN, Hartford Co., b 
19,010+ pop., on New York & New England 
and br. of New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Rds., 10 m. from Hartford, the county seat. 
Engaged in manufacturing hardware, jew- 
elry, knit goods and other articles. 
HERALD; every evening except Sun- 
day; independent; four pages 20x24; sub- 
scription $6; established is76; Lucius B. Nor- 
ton, editor; Herald Publisliing Co., publish- 
ers; circ'n ,1 2 : issue also the Bristol Herald. 
CIRCLE; Thursdays; independent; 
twelve pages 11x16; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1HH6; T. S. Sueath, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2. 

INI>EPENI>ENT; Saturdays ; Indepeud- 
ent: four pages 20x2<>; subscription $1 ; estal)- 
llshed 18S6; T. H. Kehoe, editor; Kehoe & 
Crosby, publlsliers; circulation .1 1 ^:;i:. 

NEWS; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages lSx24 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1889; J. W. Klngrose, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2 ;!::);. 

RECORD; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 22X28; subscription $2; established 1865; 
J T. rirtvlt. oditnr aiifi nnhlisher: clrcula- 



editor and publisher; clrcula- 



j. L.. Doyle, 
tion .1 1 *:■:. 

NEW CANAAN, Fairfield Co., P 
2,673 pop., on New Canaan br. of New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Rd., 5 m. from Nor- 
walk and 8 from Stamford. Principal man- 
ufactures are boots, shoes and clothing. 
MESSEN<JERj Saturdays; independ- 
ent; four pages ls.\24; subscription $1.5U; es- 
tablished 1877: William W. Kirk, editor and 
publisher; circulation Iv 2. 

NEW HARTFORD, /-"c/t/ieW Co., 

n vnm) pop., on New York, New Haven & 

Hartford and Hartford & Connecticut 

Western Rds., '29 m. from Hartford, the 

State capital. A manufacturing town. 

TRIBUNE; Fridays; Independent; four 

pages 18x24; subscription i\.M: established 

1881; Henry R. Jones, editor and publisher; 

circulation .) 1. 



NEW HAVEN, c. h., New Haven 

Co., t? S,'),9sl+ pop., on New Haven & Derby 
and New York, New Haven & Hartford Rds., 
at head of New Haven bay, 4 m. from Long 
Island Sound and 73 from New York City. 
Seat of Yale College. Has considerable for- 
eign trade. Manufactures carriages, india- 
rubber and guttapercha goods, fire-arms, 
cutlery, musical instruments, etc., and iron 
and steel goods. 

CONNECTICUT REPUBLIKAN- 

ER ; every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLV, Saturdays; German; repub- 
lican; four pages— daily 16x24, weekly 19x24; 
subscription— daily $6 50, weekly $2; estab- 
lished—daily 1879, weekly 1867; Weigand 
Schlein, editor and publisher; circulation- 
daily J 1 , weekly K 2. 
EVEMN(J NEWS; (see -Vejcs.) 
EVENl N ii R EGI STER ; every evening 
except Sunilay, SUNDAY REGISTER, 
Sundays, and COLUMBIAN REGIS- 
TER, Thursdays; democratic; four pages 
22x28; subscription — daily $6, Sunday $2, 
weekly $1; established — daily 1840, Sunday 
1877. weekly 1812: N. G. Osborn, editor; Reg- 
ister Publishing Co., publishers; circulation — 
daily G 2 sH. Sunday G l :'fi, weekly 1 2 *. 

MORNING JOURNAL AND COU- 
RIER; every morning except Sunday, and 
CONNECTICUT HERALD AND 
JOURNAL, Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 23x;»J; subscription— daily .S6, weekly 
$2; established— daily 1832, weekly 1793; Car- 
ringtou Publishing Co., editors and publish- 
ers; circulation— daily H 2, weekly J 2. 

NEWS; every morning except Sunday, 
and EV'ENINt;' NEWS, every evening 
except Sunday: independent: four pages 
-morning 20x25, evening 15x22, Saturdays 
eight pages 18x24 ; subscription— morning 
$5.50, evening $3: established 1879; Morning 
News Co., editors and publishers; circulation 
—morning G 1. 

PALLADIUM; every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages— daily 21x28, weekly 
22x3); subscription— daily $6, weekly $1; es- 
tablished-daily 1840, weekly 1828; Palladium 
Co., editors and publishers ; circulation — 
dally H 1, weekly J 1. 

UNION; every evening except Sunday, 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays, and SUNDAY 
UNION, Sundays; democratic: eight pages 
16x22; subscription— dallv $6, weekly $1, Sun- 
day $2; established— dally 1857, weekly 1865, 
Sunday 1856; Troup & Buckmaster, editors 
and publishers; circulation- daily F 1 ^H:, 
weekly .1 2, Sunday H 2. 

YAliE NEWS; every evening except Sat- 
urday and Sunday; four pages 11x19; sub.scrip- 
tlon $4; established 1876; Students of Yale 
College, editors and publishers: circ'n .1 1 :i::i:; 
a college paper; issued during the collegiate 
year. 

CONNECTICUT FREIE PRESSE; 
semi-weekly, Wednesdays and Saturdays; 
Gernum: four pages 1.")X'22: sub.scrlptlon $'2; 
established 1876; H. Bussmann, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2. 

CATIlOlilC STANDARD; Satur- 
days; catholic: eight pages 16x22; subscrip- 
tion .$2: esl.ibllslied 18S0; MeWIUIams * Lane, 
editors and publlsliers; <'lrculatlon K 1. 

COLUMBIAN REGISTER; (see 
Eveninji Reqister.) 

CONNECTICUT HERALD AND 
JOURNAL; (see Morning Journal and 
Courii-r.) 

CONNECTICUT VOIiKSBIiATT | 
Satunlays; Gcinian ; Independent: four 
pages lf>x'23: subscrlpllon $1.'30; established 
1885; Paul Oebliard,e<llt<>rand publisher; cir- 
culation lv2; Issues also the Ordens-Naoh- 
richti'n. 

NUTMEGS; Saturdays; pictorial; 
twenty pages 9x18; subscription #2; estab- 



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aisheaiS90; J. Blrney Tuttle, editor aud pub 
Usher. 

KECORD: Wednesdays; coiiimerclal; 
four panes Itix?.*; subsciintlon $:!; establlsliod 
lSS-,>; Reeord Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers 

ISIIOKE I.INE TIMEfS; Fridays; In- 
dependent; four pages 2(>.\.;!i; subscrip- 
tion SI. 2.5 ; established 1877; E. M. Jerome, 
editorand publisher; cireulatlou J 1 ;i:;!::!:. 

SUNO.VY KEtilSTEIt; (see Evening 
Register.) 
!SrM>.\ Y UXIOX i (see Union.) 
TOWN TA liK % Thursdays; soclety;four 
pajtes ISxJI; subscription $1 50; establisheil 
lS9iJ; Home Newspaper Publlsliing Co., edi- 
tors and iiul)llshers. 

OKl»EN>i-N.\(.HRI<IlTEN;bl week 
Jy; German; four pages l"ix2.>; subscription 
«1; established ISXii; Paul Gebhard, editor 
and publisher; circulation IC 1; oltlclal organ 
of the Sons of Liberty ; Issuesalso the Con /lec- 
ticitt Volksblatt. 

YALE CO IJ RANT; bl-weekly; inde- 
pendent; twenty-four pages 8x11; subscrip- 
tion $1. .TO; established 18():!; Students of Yale 
■College, editors and publisliers; circulation 
Kl; a college paper; issued during the colle- 
giate year. 

YAIiE RECORD; bl-weekly; sixteen 
pages 8x11; subscription $2.10; established 
18?1: Students of Yale College, editors and 
publishers; circulation K 2 :i::l;;|;. ^g"'' Actual 
<i verage for the past yea r St;;) copies. A college 
paper; l.ssued during the collegiate year. 

A.MERICAN JOURNAL OF SCI- 
ENCE) monthly; science; one hundred and 
four pages l>x!»; subscription §6; established 
1818: Jauii-s D. .t E. S. Dana, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation K 1. 

COLLEGE .MAN! monthly; educa- 
tional; thirty-eight pages (1x9; siibscrlptlon 
SI. 50; established l,S9i); issued in the interest 
of colleges In the Unltc<l States. 

CRESCENT; monthly; sixteen pages 
8x12; subscription .">0 cents; establi.shed 1882; 
Rali>h D. Paine, editor; Students of the 
HlUhouse High School, publishers; clrcula 
tion K I: a school paper; issued during the I 
school year. | 

CRITIC; monthly; sixteen pages 9x12; 
subscription 75 cents; established 1873; Stu- 
dents of Hopkins Grammar School, editors 
and pviljllshers; circulation LI; a school 
paper; Issued during the school year. 

HIBERNIAN RECORD; monthly; 
Ancient Order of Hiliernlans; four pages 
16x22: subscription 60 cents; established 
1878; John D. Cunningham & Co., editors and 
pulilishers ; circulation .1 I. 

HOISEIIOLI) i»I LOT ; monthly; 
eight pa«e8 15x22; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished 1><79; J. F. Bllven, editor; Pilot 
Publishing Co., Iiublishers; circ'ii A 1 :■-.:■:. 

LOO.MIS' :>nsiCAL AND i>IA- 
rsONIC JOURNAL; monthly; twenty- 
four pages 10x13: subscription $1; established 
1867; C. M. Loomis, editor and i)ublisher; 
circulation I I . 

MOOERN QUEEN; monthly; house- 
hold; sixteen pages liixU: subscription 25 
cents; esiabllshetl KSS; .Modern yueen Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation J 2. 

NEW EN(iLANI>ER A N l» YA I-E 
REVIF2W; nionihlv : literary; eighty 
pages "'ixlii; subscription $1; established 1S75; 
Wrn. L. Klngsley, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 2 J;:;.!:. 

NEW HAVEN'S 
monthly; evangelical; 
Bubscription i5 cents 
Young Men's Christian 
and publishers. 

YALE LITERARY i>fA<;AZINE; 

monthly: fifty pages t>.\'.(; subscription tt; 
established 1836; Students of Yale CoUege, 
editors and publishers; circulation K 1 ***; 
a college paper; Issued during the collegiate 
year. 

YOIJN<; REPUBLICAN t monthly; 
republican; twelve pages »xl2; subscription 



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YOUN<; MEN; 

eight iiages Sxll; 
; established ls9(l; 
Association, e<litoni 



$1; established 1SS5; Jacob P. Goodhart, edi- 
tor and publisher; cliciilatlon 1,2. 

Y'OIITHS" LEADER; monthly; Juven- 
lle: eight pages 11x14; subscription 25 cents; 
established IS'.K); Leader Publishing Co., edi- 
tors ami publlslieis. 

NEW LONDON, c li., New London 

Co., □, 13,75<)t pop., on New York, New Ha- 
ven & Hartford and New York, Providence 
& Bo.stou Rds. and on Thames r. Has a 
good harbor. Engaged In commerce and 
manufacturing. A summer re.sort. 
D.VY ; every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEK, Tliursdays; republican;" four 
pages— <laily IGx22, weekly 20x28 ; subscription 
— dally $:"), weekly §1 ; established— flally 1881, 
weekly 1SS2; Samuel T. Adams, editor ; Day 
Co., publishers; circulation— daily 12, week- 
ly .11 . 

MORNING TELEGRAPH ; every 
morning except Sunday; democratic; ten 
pages 20x24; subscription $5; established 
18M5; Telegraph Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation II 2 ;1;:!;. 
WEEK ; (seeX)aj/.) 

NEW MIL.FORD, Litchfield Co., tl 

j 3,923tpop. of entire town, on HousatonlcRd. 
and r., 16 m. from Danbury and 35 from 
Bridgeport. Engaged in tobacco trade and 
button manufacturing. 

GAZETTE; Fridaj's ; Independent; four 
pages2ux2f); subscription $2 ; established 1872; 
Joshua A. Bolles, e<iltor and publisher; cir- 
culation J 1 ;•:;•:. 

FIRESIDE. lOURNAL; monthly; lit- 
erary; eight pages llxu;; subscription 30 
cents: estaldished IHSfl; Journal Publishing 
Co., I'll I tors and publishers. 

NEWTOWN, FairflcM Co., p 4,013 
pop., on Housatonlc and New York & New 
England Uds., 9 m. from Danbury, one of the 
two county seats. Has several saw, grist 
and elder mills and carriage and wagon 
factories. 

BEE; Fridays; independent; four pages 

21x29; subscription 81.50; established 1S7S- 
R. H. Sndth, editor; Bee Publishing Co.. pub- 
lishers; circulation 1 1 :i::i::|:. Xif~ A.ctual av- 
erage for the ita-tt year 2,2?! copies. 

NORWALK, Fairfield Co., p 17,739t 
l>op., on Housatonlc Rd. and Norwalk r., 42 
m. from New York City. Principally en- 
gaged In manufacturing. 

GAZETTE; Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages 16x22; subscription #2; estab- 
lished 18o0; A. H. Hylngton, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 2. 

HOUR; Saturdays; Independent; four 

gages 2IIX2S ; subscription $\ ; establlslied 1871 ; 
. W. Maples, editor; John H. Wade, publish- 
er; circulation II 2 :■::!::!:. tW Actual aver- 
ape for tlu- past year 4,1 IS co/iies. Dated at 
Norwalk and Westport. 

RECOI{D ; Saturdays; democratic; four 
Jiages 15x22; sub.scrlptloii 75 cents; estali- 
llshed 1886; Allen O. Setts, editor and pub- 
lisher; clrciUation J I. 

NORWICH, c. h., Xeto London Co.,a, 
lti,r,i2* pop., on New London Northern and 
New York & New England Rds., at head of 
navigation on Thames r., 13 ni. from New 
London, the other county seat. Steamers 
make dally trips to New York City. En- 
gaged In general commerce and manufact- 
uring. 

EVENIN<i RECORD; every evening 
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LiY, Saturdays; daily democratic, weekly 
inrtepeudeut; four pages— dally 18x_'4, weekly 
20x26 ; subscription— daily $6, weekly 50 
cents: established— daily "l8S8, weekly 1876; 
Cleworth & Piillen, editors and publishers; 
circulation dally J 1 ; weekly G 1. 

MORNINGBULLETiN; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and COUKIEK, Wed- 
nesdays ; republican ; daily four pages 18x24, 
weekly eight pages 16x23; subscription— daily 
$6, weekly $1 ; established— daily IH'iS, weekly 
1796; Bulletin Co., publishers; circulation- 
daily I 2 , weekly H 1. 

t'OOL.EY'S"WEEKIiY; (see Evening 
Reconl.) 

COURIEll ; (see Morning Bulletin.) 

PEOPLE'S GAZETTE ; Saturdays; 
independent; four pages 2(Jx26; subscrip- 
tion .50 cents ; established 1881 r Gordon Wil- 
cox, editor and publisher; circulation J 1. 

ACADEMY JOUKNAL,; monthly; 
educational; twelve pages 7x10; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1889; Students of 
Norwich Free Academy, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

BOARD OF TRADE REPORTER; 
monthly; commercial; twenty pyges 7x10; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1889; A. R. 
Richard, editor; Snell & Richard, publishers; 
circulation li 1. 

THER A PEUTIC AN A L, YST ; month 
ly; medical; forty-six pages 6x9; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1889; Edward P. 
Brewer, M. D., editor and publisher; circula- 
tion G 1 :l;:!:. 

PLAINFIELD, Windham Co., z^ 

4,519+ pop., on New York K New England 

Rd., 16 m. from Norwich. Iron foundry and 

cotton mills. In an agricultural section. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages 20x26; subscription .fl; established 
1881; C. F. Burgess, editor and publisher; 
circ'n Kl:';;!;; editions entitled the Press 
are issued for Jewett City anil Taftville. 

PLAIN VILLE, Hartford Co., ^2.0001 
pop., oii New York & New England and New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Rds., 14 m. 
W. of Hartford, the county seat. Manufact- 
ures woolen goods, clocks and carriages. 
NEWS; Thursdays; neutral; eight pages 
18x24; subscription $2; established 187il; Havi- 
land & Duncan, editors and publisheis; cir- 
culation L2 ; an edition of the Bristol Press. 

PORTLAND, Middlesex Co., p 4,':82t 
pop., on New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Rd., 14 m. S. of Hartford. Quarries of 
red stone here, employing about 1, 20O men. 
MIDDLESEX (;0. REt!ORD ; Fri 
days; ni'UlrnI; eight pages ir).\22; subscrip- 
tion .$1.50; established 1885; E. F. Bigelow, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2 iH-H- 

PUTNAM, Wwdham Co., cf G.-'Jllt 
pop., on NewYork, New Haven and Hartford 
Rd. and Quinebaug r., 3.'5 m. from Norwich, 
26 from Worcester, Mass., and 61 from Bos- 
ton. Engaged In the manufacture of cot- 
ton, woolen and silk goods, boots, slippers 
and shoes, cutlery, steam heaters, clothing, 
trunks and carriages. Has lumber yards 
and woodworking establishments. 
STANDAKD; every evening except 
Wednesday and Sunday, and VVINDIIAlVl 
CO. STANDARD, Wc^dnesdnys; indi^- 
penilent— dally four pages l.i.\20, weekly 
eight pages I7.x21; subscription— dally $2.51), 
weekly $1; established— dally 1S90, weekly 
1882; Nathan W. Ketmedy, editor and pub- 
lisher; eireulatlon— weekly 1 I :i::l:. 

PATRIOT; Fridays; independent-re 
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established 1872; A. W. Macdonald, editor:. 
Macdonald& Williams, Dublishers; circ'n J ll 
WINWHAW CO. STANDARD; (see 
Standard.) 

B.I'DGIlTIT.L.Ji, Fairfield Co., p2,028f 
pop., on Housatonic Rd., 10 m. from Dan- 
bury, one of the two county seats, and 14 
from Norwalk. A summer resort of New 
York City residents. Farming district. 

PRESS; Fridays; independent; six 
pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; established 
1874; Ed. C. Bross, editor; Press Printing Co., 
publishers; circulation K 2. 

ROCKVILLE, Tolland Co., ti 8,815- 
pop., on New York & New England Rd., 16 
m. from Hartford. Manufactures enve- 
lopes and woolen and silk goods. 

SENTINEL; every evening except Sun- 
day; four pages 13x20; subscription $3.50; es- 
tablished 1^90. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages l.jx22; subscription $1.5U; estab- 
lished 1866; Thomas S. Pratt, editor and pub- 
Usher; circulation J2;I:;1:. 

TOLLAND CO. LEADER; Thurs 
days; Independent; eight pages 1.")X22; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1879; B. L. Burr, 
editor and publisher; circulation J 1. 

SEYMOUR, ^ew Haven Co., g 3,293t 

pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Rd., at junction of Naugatuck, Bladen and 

Ijittle rs., which supply water power for 

many large factories. Engaged in the 

manufacture of paper, horseshoe nails, 

marine telegraph cables, rubber, copper, 

brass, plush goods and mechanics" tools. 

RECORD; Thursdays; independent: 
eiglit pages ]5.\24; subscription $l.'H}; estab- 
lished 1871; W. C. Sharpe, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation .1 I;-;;];;;:. Jt^" Actual aver- 
age for till' past year l,(i3U copies. 

SHELTON, -iVew Hnven Co., p 3,00a 

pop.. Station Birmingham, on New Haven 

& Derby Rd. Has various manufactures. 

EVENING TRANSCRIPT; (see Bir- 
mingliam.i 

SOUTH COVENTRY, Tolland Co., 
ii 2,0J3 pop., on New London Northern Rd. 
and Willimantic r., 35 m. from New London. 
Engaged In manufacturing. 

LOCAIi RE(JISTEIt; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four i)ages isx24 ; suliscriptlou 
$1.50; established 1868; J. McLaughlin .'i Son, 
editors and publishers; circulation L2; an 
edition of the Stafford Springs Press. 

SOUTHINGTON, Hartford Co., b 

5,i'.)'.H pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartt'oril Rd., 20 m. N. of New Haven. 
Manufactures general liardware, carriage 
hardware, pocket cutlery, silver-plated 
ware, tacks and wood screws. 

P II a: N I X ; Fridays ; Independent ; 
four pages 22x28 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1876; C. S. Havlland, editor and pul)- 
lisher; circulation K 2; Issues also the Tiiiucis 
Volleu Herald. 

TUNXIS VALIiEY HERALD; Sat 
urdays; four pages 20x26 ; subscription $2; 
established 1881 ; C. S. Havlland, editor and 
publisher ; circulalion L2; an edition, same 
lllle. Is Issued for Collinsville; Issues also the 
Phoenix. 

SOUTH NORAVALK, Fairfield 
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York, New Haven & Hartford Rds. ami 
Norwalk r., 33 in. from New Haven and 42 
from New York City. Hat manufacturing 
and oyster business carried on. Connected 
with Norwalk by horse cars. 

SENTINEIj ) every evening except Sun- 
day: republican; four panes 2llx22; subscrip- 
tion .$5; established ISHJ; James Golden, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation .I'^;-;:';. 

ilIECIlANICVS' .lOIIKNAI. ; Satur- 
days; labor; ciKht i>ai;es \'>x'i'2; subscription 
$1.50; eslablished 188.5; J. M. EUendorf, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 2. 

SOUTH WINDSOR, Hartford Co., 
i 2,LKX) pop., on New York & New England 
Rd. Paper mill and various other manu- 
factories here. 

AMERICAN ENTEKPKISE; (see 
Hartford. I 
GAZETTE: (see East Hartford.) 

STAFFORD SPRINGS, Tolland 

Co., (^ 2,:54(')t pop., on New London Northern 

Kd. and Wllllniantic r., 50 m. from New 

London. Engaged in the manufacture of 

woolen, cotton and Iron goods. Mineral 

springs located here. 

PRE8S; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages 1S.X24; subscription $1.50; established 
1858 ; J. McLaughlin & Son, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation .1 1 ; an edition entitled 
the Local Register is issued for South Cov- 
«ntry. 

STAMFORD, Fair/ield Co., p l.-),685t 
pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Rd. and Long Island Sound, 34 m. from and 
residence of many persons who do business 
in New York City. Has lumber works, 
straw hat factory, coloring extract, liquor- 
ice, and various other manufacturing con- 
cerns. 

ADVOCATE; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages 15x23; subscription $2; established 1829; 
Glfiesple Bros., editors and publishers ; clr- 
•culatlon I 1 ;!"!::!;. 

CONSTITUTION; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages l"ix22; sul)scrlpti<)n $1 ; 
'established 1S90; Constitution Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers. 

HERALD ; Wednesdays; independent; 
four pages 20x27; subscri))tlon $2; established 
1875; Geo. Baker, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 2. 

NEWS; Saturdays ; democratic; eight 
pages 15.X22; subscription $2; established 1886; 
Geo. Sawter, editor and i)ubllsher; circula- 
tion K 2. 

R ECO l{ D : Saturdays ; independent ; four 
pages lsx24; 8ubscrlptlon$l;establlshed 1883; 
L. B. Edwards, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 2. 

STONINGTON, ^eio London Co., O, 

7,:i4i.-^ pop., on New York, Providences Bos- 
ton Rd., and port of entry on the sea- 
coast at eastern extremity of Long Island 
Sound, 12 m. E. of New London, one of the 
two county seats. New York & Stonlngton 
Steamboat line connects with New York 
City dally. Engaged In coast trade and 
manufacturing. 

MIRROR; Saturdavs; Independent; 
four pages 2<lx2ti ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 18<iy; Anderson & Falrbrother, editors 
and Dubllshers: circulation K I ; an edition 
entitled the Mystic Journal la issued for 
Mystic River. 

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CONNECTICUT. 



TAFTVILIiE, New London Co., q, 

2,()5'.t pop., on slictucket r., 4 ni. N. N. E. 

and a suburb of Norwich, one of the two 

county seats. Manufacturing town. 

PRESS; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 16x24; subscription $1 ; established 18H7; 
C. F. Burgess, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L2; an edition of tlie I'lalnllcld Journal. 

THOMASTON, Litchfield Co., t: 3,600 

pop., on New York, New Haven «t Hartford 

Rd., 10 m. from Waterbury. Has rolling 

mills. The works of the Seth Thomas Clock 

Co. are located here. 

EXPRESS; Fridays; republican; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; established 
1880; C. Jame.s, A.M., editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

THOMPSONVILLE, Hartford Co., 

^ 5,.593t pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd. and Connecticut r.,8 m. from 
Springfield and 18 from Hartford, the coun- 
ty seat. Manufactures carpets, etc. 

PRESS; Thursdays; neutral; four pages 
20x26 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 1880 ; 
Frederick P. Parsons, editor; Parsons Print- 
ing Co., publishers; circulation J 1 ;l:;i;. 

TORRINGTON, Litchfield Co., "d 
6,056+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd. and Naugatuck r Extensive 
manufactories of woolen goods, hardware, 
plated goods, machinery, needles, etc., are 
located here. 

REGISTER; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays; independ- 
ent; four pages— daily 15.x22, weekly 20x26; 
subscription— daily .§3, weeklv $1.50; estab- 
lished 1874; H. M. White, editor; Register 
Printing Co., publishers ; circulation — 
daily K 2 M'-*, weekly K 1 :!;:!;. 

UNCASVILiLE, Neto London Co., P. 
3.50 pop., on New London Northern Rd. and 
Thames r., 7 ni. E. of Norwich, one of the 
two county seats. Has cotton and wool 
mills. Engaged in general farming. 
ENSHJN ; monthly; four pages 9x13; 

subscription 25 cents; established 1«9l); James 

W. FItcn, editor and publisher. 

WALLINGFORD, i^ew Haven Co., 
p 3,500 pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd. and Quiuepiae r., 12 ni. N. N. 
E. of New Haven. A manufacturing town. 

TIMES; Thursdays; Independent ; eight 
pages 13x20; subscriptlcm $1.50; established 
1886; Richards i* Buckmaster, editors and 
publishers; circulation K 2 ;|;^. 

WASHINGTON, JMchfield Co., ^ 
l.HK) iPoi)..oii shepang, Litchfield & North- 
ern Rd., 40 m. from Bridgeport and 9J from 
New York City. 

ST A R; Thursdays; Independent; sub- 
scription $1; established 1886; Frederick W. 
Cone, editor and piihllsher; circulation K 1. 

WATERBURY, New Haven Co., q 

2S,;5'.M+ pop., on New York & New England 
and New York, New Haven & Hartfoni 
Rds., 30 m. from New Haven, the county 
seat, and 32 from Hartford. Manufactures 
brass, brass goods, German silver, buttons, 
clocks, watches, etc. 

AMERICAN*; every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; Inde- 



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COyWECTICUT. 



pendent; eight pages — dally 15x22, weekly 
20x25 ; subscription— daily $6, weekly $2 ; es- 
tablished-daily 1866, weekly 1844 ; C. F. Cha- 
piu, editor; American Printing Co., publish- 
ers ; circulation — daily H 2, weekly H 1. 

E V E N I X < i I) E :>1 () CR A T ; every even- 
ing except Sunday ; democratic ; four pages 
20x23; subscription §5 ; established 18S7; C. & 
M. T. Maloney, editors and publishers; circu- 
lation K 1. 

REPUBLICAN ; every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; repub- 
lican; daily six pages 20x24, weekly eight 
pages; subscription— daily $6, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1881 ; Waterbury Republican Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation— daily J 1, 
weekly K 2. 

EXAMINER; Saturdays; labor; eight 
pages 15x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1881; M. J. Brezinski, editor; Examiner Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation 11;!;^^; 
an edition of the Hartford Exaiuiner. 

CONNECTICUT GUARDSMAN; bi- 
weekly; military; thirty-six pages 6x12; 
subscription $2; estal)lished 1S90; William 

E. Moses, editor and publisher. 

WATERTOWN, Litchfield Co., \j 

2,3.M+ pop., on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Rd., 6 m. from Waterbury. A 
manufacturing town. Situated in an agri- 
cultural district. 

JOURNAIj; Wednesdays; independent; 
four pages 20x2(i; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1887 ; W. W. Wisegarver, editor and 
publisher: circulation K 2;1;;1;. 

WEST HAVEN, ^-ew Haven Co., g 
2,500 pop., on New Haven & Derby and New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Rds., 2 m. 
from New Haven, the county seat. Has 
numerous manufactories. 
BUDGET; Saturdays; republican ; four 

pages 16x24; subscription $1; established 1884; 

F. S. Tower, editor; Budget Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation J 1. 

RECORDER; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages l(ix22; subscription $1.20; estab- 
lished iSSlt; E. P. Thomas, editor; Recorder 
Publishing Cii., iiublishers. 

WESTPORT, Fairfield Co., p 3,6G5t 
pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Rd. and Long Island Sound and Saugatuck 
r., 45 m. from New York City. 
HOUR; (see Norwalk.) 
WESTPORTER ; Saturdays ; Independ- 
ent; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1871; John S. Jones, editor; Westport 
Publlsliing Co., publishers; circulation K 1. 

WEST WINSTED, Litchfield Co., t] 
6,29.')+ pop., on Hartford & Connecticut West- 
ern Rd. Engaged In various manufactures. 

WINSTED HERALD; Fridays; re- 
publican; four pages 20x26; subscription %l: 
established ISii:!; J. H. Valll, editor; WInsted 
Printing Co., publishers; circulation J 2. 

WETHERSFIELD, Hartford Co.,t 
2,268+ pop., on Ni'W York, New Haven & 
Hartfonl Rd. and Connecticut r., 3 m. S. 
of Hartford, the county seat. Engaged In 
agriculture and shipping garden seeds. 
FARMER; Thursdays ; republican ; 
eight pages 15x24; suhscrlntlonSl; establlshe(l 
IHWi; J. C. Late, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion J 1 -Y.'Y.. 

WILLIMANTIC, Windham Co., cf 

8,875+ pop.. In Windham township, on New 
London Northern and NewYork, New Haven 
& Hartford Rds. and WilUmantlc r., 30 m. 



CONXECTICVT. 



from Hartford and 59 from Providence, R. I. 

Silk, cotton and other manufactures here. 

CHRONICLE; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 15x22; suliscription $1.50; 
established 1877; J. A. McDonald, editor; 
Chronicle Printing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion I 1 . 

JOURNAL; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1: established 1847; 
Thomas S. Weaver, editor; Hall & Bill Print- 
ing Co., publishers; circulation II. 

WINDSOR. Hartford Co.. b 2,954t 

pop., on New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Rd. Manufacturing town. 

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE; (see 
Hartford.) 

WINDSOR LOCKS, Hartford Co., 

6 3,000 pop., on New York, New Haven cS: 
Hartford Rd., 12 m. N. of Hartford, the 
county seat. Manufactures paper, hosiery, 
steel, silk, rubber rolls and .school furni- 
ture ; has iron foundry, large machine 
shops and cotton-warp mills. 

JOURNAL; Fridays; neutral; four 
pages 15x24; subscription S1..5U; established 
1880; S. T. Addis, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

WINSTED, Litchfield Co.,t: 2,744 pop., 

on Hartford & Connecticut Western and 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Rds., 26 

m. from Hartford and 62 from Bridgeport. 

Engaged in manufacturing. 

EVENING CITIZEN: every evening 
except Sunday, and LITCHFIELD CO. 

liEADER, Fridays; daily independent, 
weekly democratic; four pages— daily 15x22, 
weekly 211x26; subscription— daily $.5, weekly 
$1; established— daily ISSS, weekly 1S7:!; Citi- 
zen Printing Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation — ftnilv K 2 ;|;;1:, weekly J 1 ;!:5i:. 

LITCHFIELD t;0. LEADER; (see 
Evening CUizfn.) 

SUMMIT; monthly; undenominational; 
four pages 8x11 ; subscription 25 cents; estab- 
lished 1886; F. B. Catlin, editor and publisher. 

WOODBURY, Litchfield Co., t] l.SOSf 
pop., on Pomcrang r., 12 m. from Water- 
bury and 25 N. W. of New Haven. Cutlery, 
flasks, shot pouches and woolen goods 
are manufactured here. 

REPORTER ; Wednesdays ; Independ- 
ent; four pages 20,x26; subscription $1.25; 
estaldlshed 1877; F. H. JIcNall, editor; Report- 
er Publishing Co., publi.shers; clrc'n K 1. 

DELAWARE. 

CLAYTON, Kent Co., n 500 pop., 

on Plilladilphla, Wilmington .% Baltimore 

and Baltimore & Delaware Bay Rds., 37 

m. from Wilmington. 

CALL; Ttu'sdays; lnde])endent; four 
pages 20x26; sul)scrJj)tlon $1; established 
188!t; W. Lindsay McFarlant>, editor; McFar- 
lane & Co., publishers; circulation L2. 

DELAWARE CITY, Newcastle Co., 

\S l,2i»i pop., on Delaware City & Newark 

Rd., and Delaware & Chesapeake canal, 15 

m. from Wilmington, the county seat. 

Agriculture, (Ishlng ami canning factories 

furnish the principal Industries. 

NEWS; Thursdays; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scription 91; established lfW7; James He.ssey 
Dllworth, editor and publi8her;clrc'n K 2. 



AMERICAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



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DELAWARE. 



DELA WARE. 



DOVER, c.h., Kent Co., n Stnte Cap- 
ital, l,ii<Ki pop., on Philadt'lplila, Wilnilug- 
tou & Baltimore Rtl. and Jones creek, 5 m. 
from Delaware bay, is from WilniinK'ton 
and 77 from Philadelphia, Pa. Has a glass 
factory. In peach-growing and agricultural 
district. 

DELAWAllEAN; Saturdays: demo- 
cratic; four )>ane.s ai.xaS; subscription $2; 
established 1351); E. Saulsbury, publisher; 
circulation ,1 I :■:;•:. 

INDEX; Thursdays; <leniocratic ; four 
pages ■Jil.\2(i ; subscription Sl.Sil; established 
1S87; H. C. Carpenter and J. L. Woleott, edi- 
tors: F. M. Dunn, publisher; circ'n .1 :]:•;;•::[;. 

STATE SENTINEL ; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages .>_'x;iO ; subscription 
$2; established 1874; H. W. Cannon, editor 
and publisher; circulation J 1. 

GEORGETOWN, c. h., Sussex Co., 

P l.lUJt pop., on I'liiladelphla, Wilmington 
& Baltimore Rd., 40 ni. from Dover, the 
State capital, and 89 from Wilmington. 
Has a placque factory and wood-novelty 
works. 

DELAWARE DEIUOCRAT : Satur 
days: democratic; four pages JO.xiG; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1881 ; Delaware 
Democrat Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation IC 'i. 

SUSSEX JOURNAL; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages '^0x26; subscription 
$1 ; established 1867; J. B. Clark, editor and 
publisher; circulation .1 2 ;!;;■:. 

SUSSEX REPI BLICAN; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages inx24; subscription 
$1; established 18S6; J. E. Grlffenberg, editor; 
Review Publishing Co., publishers ; circu- 
lation K 1. 

LAUREL, Sussex Co., p 2,380t pop., 
on Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore 
Rd. and Broad creek, 90 m. S. of Wilming- 
ton. Flour mills and various manufac- 
tories. 

(JAZETTE; Saturdays ; independent- 
democrat ic ; four pages 2lJx26 ; subscription 
$1; establlshe<l IsSa; E. D. C. Hegeman, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

SUSSEX COUNTIAN; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 22x28; subscription 
$1; established 1887; C. W. Kennedy, editor 
and pul)llsher. 

MIDDLETOWN, ^'^ew Castle Co., ^ 
2,000 pop., on Philadelphia, Wilmington & 
Baltimore Rd., 25 m. from Wilmington. 
Engaged In the manufacture of carriages 
and agricultural Implements, and the cur- 
ing and canning of fruits. Center of agri- 
cultural and fruitgrowing district. 

NEW ERA ; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 20x<!6 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1885; Freeman & Weber, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation K ,'. 

TRANSCRIPT; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic : four pages 3ix2fi: subscription $1; 
established 1867; .Vbrani Vandegrlft, editor 
and i.ubllsh.-r : circulation K 2. 

MILFORD, Kent Co., d 2,700t pop., on 
Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Rd. 
and Ml.spllllon r., 68 ni. from Wilmington 
and 98 from Philadelphia, Pa. Engaged In 
shlp-buildlng. Center of an ntrricultural, 
fruitgrowing and fruit-curing Hcctlon. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays; republican; 
four pages 20x26 ; subscription $1; cstab- 
llshecf 1878 ; Theo. Townsend, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1 ii::^:^:. 



PEMNSUIiAR NEWS AND AD- 
V E R T I S E R ; Satunlays ; Independent- 
repuljllcan ; four i)ages 21x28 : subscription 
$1.50; established 18C.4; H. L. Hynson, editor 
and publisher: circulation J 1. 

NEWARK, New Castle Co., ^ 1,300 

pop., on Bidtiinore & Ohio, Pennsylvania 
and Philadel|)hia, Wilmington & Baltlnioro 
Rds., 12 m. from Wiluilngton and 4i) from 
Philadelphia, Pa. Delaware State College, 
Academy of Newark and Delaware Normal 
School are here. Farming, and paper and 
cloth niamifacture are leading industries. 

DELAWARE LEDGER; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages 20x21) ; subscription 
$1.50; established 187s ; Bowen & Bro., editors 
and publishers; ciiculatlon .1 I. 

DELAWARE: COIiliECJE RE- 
VIEW; monthly; educational; ten pages 
SxU; subscription $1: E. A. Martin, editor 
and publisher: a college paper; Issued dur- 
ing the collegiate year. 

NEW CASTLE, iN^«« Castle Co., ^ 

3,916+ pop., on Philadelphia, Wilmington & 
Baltimore Rd.s., and Delaware r., at head 
of Delaware bay, 5 m. from Wilmington and 
36 from Philadelphia, Pa. Has iron and 
pipe works, cotton factories and woolen, 
carpet and rolling mills. Navigation open 
all seasons. Has a good harbor. Farming 
district. 

STA It ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 

pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1877 ; Joseph C. White, editor and publisher; 
circulation J 1. 

ODESSA, -^^ew Castle Co., [^ 1,237 pop., 
3 m. from Midilletown, on Philadelphia, 
MIddletown & Baltimore Rd. and Appoqnln- 
imtnk creek, 22 m. S. W. of Wilmington. 
Has fertilizer works. Situated In an agri- 
cultural region. 

HERAIiD; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1; established 
1S8S; C. H. Sentinan, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 :•:-;-;-. 

SEAFORD, Sussex Co., p 1,500 pop., 
on Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore 
Rd. and Nanticoke r., 84 m. S. of Wilming- 
ton and 33 N. E. of Cambridge, Md. In a 
farming section. 

CONFERENCE CHRONICLE; semi 
monthly: methodist ■ episcopal; four page.s 
16x22: subscription 50 cents; established 
ISW: Rev. W. J. Dnhadway, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SMYRNA, Kent Co., a 2,600 pop., on 
Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Rd. 
and Duck creek, 36 ni. from Wilmington 
and 60 from Philadelphia, Pa, Engaged In 
the peach tra'le, ship building, and haa 
several manufactories. 

TIMES; Wednesdays; independent; four 
pages 20x28 ; subscription $1.50; established 
1851; Robert D. Hoffeeker. editor an<l pub- 
lisher; circulation Iv 2 ;!:*• 

METHODIST; monthly; methodlst- 
eplscopal; twelve pages 9x12; subscription 
X> ei'uts: established is.s9; William Wells 
Wolf<' Wilson, edlt^ir and publisher. 

WILMINGTON, c. li., Xew CastUt 
Co., a iil.4.ii+ pop., on Baltimore A Ohio, 
Phlladel|ihla, Wllndngton ^ Baltimore and 
Wilmington ft Northern Rda. and Delaware 



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r. at junction of Christiana. Engaged in the 
building of wooden and iron steamboats 
and cars, and manufacturing machinery, 
cotton and woolen goods, morocco, powder 
and various other articles. A port of entry. 

EVENIN(i JOIIIINAI.; every evening 
«xcept .Sunday ; democratic; four pages 
16x23: subscription $?,; established 1888; Jour- 
nal Printing Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation G 1 ^;1;. 

EVERY EVENING AND COM- 
MERCIAIi; every evening except Sun- 
day, and DELAWARE GAZETTE 
AND STATE JOURNAL,, Thursdays; 
independent-democratic ; daily four pages, 
19x23, weekly eight pages ; subscription — daily 
.$5, weekly $1 ; established— daily 1867, weekly 
1784; Every Evening Printing Co., editors 
and publishers; circ'n— daily U 1, weekly J 2. 

Jb'RElE PRESSE; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and DELAWARE 
PIONIER, Saturdays; German ; independ- 
ent ; four pages 18x24; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $2; established— daily 1880, weekly 
1869; Nannette Scheu, editor and publisher; 
circulation— daily .T 1 H:^, weekly K 1. 

MORNING NEWS; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and DELAWARE MORN- 
ING NEWS, Fridays; republican; four 
pages 2i)x26; subscription— daily $5, weekly 75 
cents; established— daily 1870, weekly 1883; 
Watson R. Sperry, editor ; News Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation— daily G 1 H=Ht, 
weekly .T 2. 

REPUBLICAN; eveiT evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; re- 
publican ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages 2i)x22; subscription — daily $3, weekly 
$2 ; established— daily 1874, weekly 1832 ; G. W. 
Vernon, editor; Republican Publishing Co., 
publishers; circ'n— daily G 1, weekly .12. 

B U li L E T I N ; Saturdays; uiethodist- 
episcopal; four pages 10x12; subscription 75 
cents; established 1890; James H. Scott, edi- 
tor and pnl)lisher. 

CHRISTIAN COMPANION; Wednes 
days; methodist-episcopal ; four pages 10x14; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1886; Rev. 
Alfred T. Scott, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation H 1 ;i;ji;. 

DELAWARE FARM AND HOME; 
Thursdays; agricultural ; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1 ; established 1885 ; Wesley 
Webb & Co., editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation I 1 ^;. 

DELAWARE GAZETTE AND 
STATE JOURNAL; {see Ei'ery Even- 
ing and Commi'rcidl.) 

DELAWARE MORNING NEWS; 
(see Mornina Neirs.) 

DELAWARE PIONIER; (see Freie 
Presse.) 

DELAWARE TWILIGHT; Thurs 
days; independent; fcmr padres 20x26; sub- 
scription $1; established 1886; A. Worthing- 
ton Rrlnklev.editor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

PENINSULA METHODIST ; Satur 
days ; methodist-episcopal ; eight pages 14x19; 
subscription .$1; established 1875; Rev. T. 
Snowden Thomas, A. M., editor ; J. Miller | 
"Thomas, pnbilshi-r; circulation H 1 :i:;|;. 

SUNDAY MORNING STAR; Sun- 
days; independent; four pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; establlshetl 1881 ; J. B. Bell, 
editor; Star Publishing Co., publishers; cir- 
culation II 1 •.[■.t-'-ir- 

SUNDAY REPUBLIC; Sundays ; re 
publican ; four pages ; 2(1x26 ; subscription $1 ; 
establlsheil 1H87; Charles H. Barry, editor; 
Sunday Republic Publishing Co., publishers; 
cIrculuMon J 2. 

Ij.lMP; monthly ; literary; twelve pages 
10x12; subHcrlpMoii 5(1 cents; established 1890; 
Sisters of the Visitation, editors and puhllHli- 
ers; a college paper; Issued during the col 
leglate year. 

PENINSULA HOME JOURNAL} 
monthly; household; sixteen pages 10x14; 
subscription .$1; established 18s9; Ohas. S. 
Horn & Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation J 1. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

ANACOSTIA, Washington Co.. D 

l.OOJ pop., on Baltimore & Ohio Rd. and Ana- 

costia or East Branch of the Potomac r., 2 m. 

S. E. of and connected by street cars with 

Washington. 

ANACOSTIAN; Saturdays; farmers' 
alliance; four pages 16x2.S; subscription $1; 
established 189 1; E. B. Russell, editor and 

1 publisher. 

I FREE PRESS ; Sundays ; four pages 
18x24; subscription $1; established 1888; Dr. 

1 W. Lee White, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 1 . 

GHO'RG'ETO'WN, Washington Co., a 

at head of navigation on Potomac r., 2 m. 

above and a suburb of Washington. 

COURANT; (.see Washington.) 
COLLEGE JOURNAL; (see Washing 
ton.) 

WASHINGTON, c. li., Washington 
Co., a (Capital of the United States) 

228,160+ pop., on Baltimore & Ohio, Baltimore 
& Potomac and Suffolk & Carolina Rds. and 
Potomac r. Governmental center of United 
States, containing the Capitol and depart- 
ment buildings. 

CRITIC; every evening except Sunday, 
and Sunday morning; independent; daily 
four pages 19x24, Sunday eight pages; sub- 
scription—daily $3.75, Sunday $2.50; estab- 
lished—daily 1868, Sunday 1871; Washington 
Critic Co., editors and publishers; circulation 
—daily H2H:*, Sunday H2*;J;; office 943 D 
street, N. W. 

EVENING STAR; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; Independent; ten pages 18x25; 
subscription $6; established 1853; Crosby S. 
Noyes, editor; Evening Star Newspaper Co., 
publishers; circulation C 1 ^■^•, office N. W. 
cor. Penn.sylvania avenue and Eleventh st. 

POST; every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Tuesdays; independent; eight pages 18x24; 
subscription— daily $7.50, weekly $1; estab- 
lished—daily 1877, weekly 1878; Washington 
Post Co., editors and publishers; circulation 
—daily F 1 , weekly G 2 ; office Post building, 
cor. Tenth and D streets and Penn.sylvania 
avenue. 

ARMY AND NAVY REGISTER; 

Saturdays; military and naval; sixteen pages 
10x14; subscription $3; established 1880; Ed- 
mund Hudson, editor ; Army and Navy Reg- 
ister Publishing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion H 2 ;!::!"!: ; office 1420 Pennsylvania ave. 

BEE; Saturdays; four pages l(ix22; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1882 ; W. C. Chase, 
editor ; Bee Publishing Co., publishers; circu- 
lation J 1 ; organ of the negro race; office 1109 
I street, N. W. 

BUILDING REGISTER; Saturdays; 
architectural and real estate; eight pages 
11x14; subscrlntion $2; established 1889; 
William Tindall and Daniel Curry, editors 
and publishers; circ'n K 2; office 927 F street, 

C11R0NIC;LE; Sundays; Independent- 
republican : four pages 20,v27; subscription 
$2; established 1861; J Q. Thompson, editor 
and publisher; circulation Gl; office 417 
Eleventh street, N. W. 

CHURCH NEWS ; Sundays; catholic; 
eight pages 16x23; subscription $2; estab- 
lished ISH6; Milton E. Smith, editor; Catholic 
Publishing Co., publishers ; circulation I 1 ; 
office 715 FIflecnth street, N. W. 

COMM ERC I A L W E E K L Y « Mon 
days; cominercliil; four |)ages 15.x22; sub- 
scriiitlon .$3; established ISHS; W. J. Cald- 
well, editor and ijubllsher ; circulation K2: 
office 683 F street, N. W. 

COURANT t Saturdays: Independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1885; F. A. Cogswell & Co., editors and 
publishers; circulation K 1; dated at George- 
town. 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

I>EK VOr.KS-TRIBl'N: SatimJays; 
Gcrmaii; ri'imhllcaii ; four pages 16x22; sub- 
sc'iiiitlon $2: establlslioil 1875; Carl Rocser, 
editor; E. Waliiccker, piil)llslR'r; circulation 
J 1 : office S(U E stri'ct, N. \V. 

HATt'HET; Sundays; imlepeudent ; 
eight pages ir)X2','; subscription $2; estab- 
lished IS*!; Hateliet Publishing Co., eilitors 
and publishers : circulation H 1 ; office 4U7 
Tenth street. N. W. 

.lOrKNAIiS Satiu-days; German; eight 
pages 14x21; subscription S2.">0; established 
1873; Werner Koch, editor and publisher; 
clrcculatlon K 2 ; office cor. Seventh and G 
streets. 

KATE FIEIiD'S WASIIINJJTON ; 
Wedncsdavs ; independent; sixteen pages 
9x12; subscription Si; established I8.i0; Kate 
Field, editor; Washingtou Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation F2:l;:l;; office S9 Cor- 
coran building; New York City office 115 
East 23d street. 

LAW REP O R TER ; Wednesdays; 
legal; twenty pages Txlu; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1874; F H. Mackey, editor; Law 
Reporter Co., publishers; circulation K 1 : 
office .'.03 E street, N. W. 

NATIONAL, BUILDER AM) 
ARCHITECTlRAIi NEWS; Satur 
davs; coiuinercial; twelve pages 11x14; sub- 
scription .$5; established ISSH; K. W. Sut- 
ton, editor; K. E. & C. Record Co., publish- 
ers: circulation I 2 . 

NATIONAL, DEMOCRAT : Satur 
days; democratic; elglit pages 18x2.t; sub- 
scription S1..50; established IMSD; Edmund 
Huflson, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion (' 1 :!;:;:; i.ssues also Hudson's Army and 
ifavy List; office UiO Pennsylvania avenue. 

NATIONAL ECONOMIST; Satur 
days; farmers' alliance; sixteen pages 
11x14; subscription .SI; established 18-lS; 
National Economist Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers; official organ of the National 
Farmers' Alliance and Industiial Union; cir- 
iilatlou ('2:i;:l:; office 1015 G street, cor. 
Eleventh, N. W. 

NATIONAL FARM AND FIRE- 
SIDE; Saturdays; independent: sixteen 
pages 9x12: subscription .SI; established 1872: 
Alex. J. Wedderburn, editor and publisher; 
dated at Washington and Alexandria, Va. ; 
office Globe btiildlng. 

NATIONA L FREE PRESS; Sundays; 
Independent; four pages lSx2l; sul)Scri|)tion 
Sl.StJ; established 1S69; W. Lee White, editor; 
National Free Press Co.. publishers; circula 
tion .1 1 ; office Iti3 F street, N. W. 

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN; Thurs 
days; republican; four pages l*tx24: sul)scrip- 
tlon 75 cents; established 18-(ti; Henry James, 
editor ancl publisher; eircniatron H 2. 

NATIONAL TRIBUNE; Thursdays; 
eight pages l'^x'23 : subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1877; Geo. E. I^emon, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation A '-i ^.•■Y.-A-. ii^ Actual a irr- 
age for thf past year I.')5,H(ll vojjifs. iiicludiny 
special editioiis. Devoted to the Interests of 
ex-soldlers. 

NATIONA li VIEW; Saturdays; Imlc- 
pendent; four pages IHx2tl; subscription $1 ; 
established 1879; Lee Crandall, editor; T. 
Crandall, publisher; circulation (i 1 ;•::•:;■:; 
offlct«207 and 2ii9 Four and-a half street. 

PI Ij O T ; Saturdays; republli-an: four 
pages 15x22: subscription $1: established 
189CI; Williams & Pendleton, editors and pub 
Ushers; an organ of the negro race; <iffice 
*« F street. 

I*RKSI» VTEK IAN OBSERVER; 
(see Philadelphia. Pa.) 

P U B L 1 C O P I N I O N t Thursdays; 
ecleetic; thlrtvslx pages 10x13: subscrip- 
tion*!; established 1H8<1; Public Opinion Co.. 
editors anil publishers ; clrc'n 1) I :!;;!;; dated 
at Wa.shlngton and New York, N. Y; office 
cor. Pennsylvania avenue and Ninth st. 

R E P U B L I C t Sun, lays ; republican; 
eight pages l.'ix'i'; subscription $2..''i0; estab 
lUhed 187t'>; Hufus H. Darby, editor and pub- 
lUher; circulation HI:?;; office 13u8 Peiin 
sf Ivaula avenue, N. W. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



SATURDAY MIRROR; Saturdays; 
democratic; tour pages isx'25; subscription 
.■iO cents; established 18it;»; William H. Hope, 
editor and publisher; office 339 Pennsylvaida 
avenue. 

S E N T I N E L ; Saturdays ; democratic : 
four pages 2ox',li; subscription .$.'); establisheil 
1873: Louis Schade, clltor and i)ubllsher; cir- 
culation H 1 ; olllce .-.li; Tenth street, N.W. 

SUNDAY <iAZETTE; Sundays; 
democratic; four pages '2iix:,8; subscription 
$2; established 18(;8; Walker & Kalvfus, edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation 112:1::!:; 
office 9i;-) D street. N. W. 

SUNDAY HBRALD AND NA- 
TIONAL INTELLU;ENCER ; Sun- 
days; democraiic; eight pages 14x21; sub- 
scription $-2.50; established 18H(J; J. H. Soule 
and A. T. Hensev, editors and pul)lishers; cir- 
culation G 1 ; office 41 9 Tenth street, N. W. 

II. S. <JOVERNMENT ADVER- 
TISER; Thursilays; government con- 
tracts; eight pages 10x14; subscription $5; es- 
tablished 1882; Government Advertiser Co., 
publishers; ciix-ulation H 2 ;!;:;■:; office 14"2() 
Pennsylvania avenue. 

WO.>IAN'S TRIBUNE; (see Beatrice, 
Neb.) 

INVENTIVE A(;E; bi-weekly; Inven- 
tions; twelve pages 11x14; subscriptions!; es- 
tablished 1SS9; .lames S. and R. G. Dubois, 
editors ami publishers; circulation H I ;1::1:M:- 
l^ Actual average for the jiast year 3,769 
copies. Offlce715 Eleventh st.,N. W. 

NATIONAL DOMAIN; biweekly; In 
dependent: four pages 13x20; sub.scrlptlon 
$1.50; established 1SS8; MatthewsA Meckling, 
editors and publishers; circulation K 2; office 
9:!0 F street N. W. 

COPP'S LAND OWNER ; semi- 
monthly; legal; public lands; sixteen pages 
9x12; subscription $:i; established 1874; S. P. 
Copi), editor and pul)llsher; circulation K2r 
office 7iiti Kighth strei't. N. W. 

AMERICAN JOURNAIi OF EDU- 
CATION: isee St. Louis, Mo.l 

A M E R I C A N MICROSCOPICAL 
JOURN.VL; monthlv; scientific; twenty- 
eight pages 6x9; subscription §1 ; estab- 
lished W8(i: Chas. W. Smilev, editor; circula- 
i tion .1 2 :l::i:. 

ANALOSTAN MA<JAZINE; month- 
lv; literary; fifty-four pages 7x10; sulKscrlp- 
t"lon$l: established 1^91: Analostan Publish- 
ing Co.. editors and i>ubllshers. 

CANTEEN; monthly; literature; eight 
])aucs 11x15; snbscriiition "25 cents; estab- 
lished 18S.S: Mortimer Whitehead, editor; Can- 
[ teen Publishing Co., iiuhlishers ; circula- 
tion F 2 : oHire ir.18 Q street. N. W. 

COLLEGE JOURNAL; (Georgetown) 

' monthlv: sixteen pages 9x1:!; subscription 

' $1; esta>)lished 18?2; Students of Georgetown 

College, editors and publishers: circulation 

.1 1 H:;|::i:. S^ Actual arerage for the past 

year l,3r0 copies. A college paper; Issued 

I during the collegiate year. 

I CO.IIR.X i>E: monthly; Grand Army of 

tlie Republli-; eight pages 11x15; subscription 

;-)0 cents; establlshe,! 1S90: address P. O. Box 

227. 

GOOD SAMARITAN; monthly; phi- 
lanthropic; four pages 11x11; subscription 
gl; establisheil 18911; H. S. Everett, i-dltor; 
Dubois & Dubois, publishers; office 715 llth 
street. 

(iOURICK'S WASHINGTON DI- 
(JEST; monthlv: legal: twelve pages 6x9; 
subscription .SI: established I'O'J: David A. 
Gourlck. editor and publisher: circula- 
tion H 1:|::!::':: office Atlantic building. 
1 H(»ME I>IAGAZINK; monthly: litera- 
ture; sixteen iiages 10x14: subscription 
5<icents: estiibllshed HSS; Mrs. .John A. I.ognn, 
I'lllt'ir: Broillx PubllshliiK Co.. pnbll-hers; 
circulation .\ 2 :•:**■ lif .iclual areraue for 
the past year 171.tfiti copies. Issue idso the 
United .States Oftlcial Pintal G'lide. 

HUDSON'S ARMV AND NAVY 
lilST; monthly; thirty two pnges7xlO; sub- 
scription $2: establisheil 1RS4: Kilmuiiil Hud- 
'SOU, editor and publisher; clrc'n J2^:H:; 



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Issues also the National Democrat ; office 1420 
Peunsvlvauia aveuue. 

I^■SlJUA^X•E LEAFLET: monthly; 
life lusurauce ; twelve pages 6x9; suliscrip- 
tiou $1; established 1889; Frank S. Parks, 
editor and publisher; circulation Kl ;!'♦♦; 
ofHce 9 )"■) F street. 

NATIONAL AFRO- AUERICAN; 
iiiontlily; republican; sixteen pages 7x11; 
established lb9U; John Willis Menard, editor 
and publisher; an organ of the negro race; 
office 818 Fourth street, N. W. 

NATIONAL ILLUSTRATED MAG- 
AZINE; monthly; eight pages 15x3); sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1884; E. J. Gray, 
editor and publisher; circulation C 2. 

NATIONAL JOUltNAL; monthly; in 
dependent; eight pages liixlS; sul)scription 
35 cents; established 1890; National Journal 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers; office 
1218 E street. 

PATENT AND COURT RECORD; 
monthly; patents; eight pages 11x14; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1886 ; August Peter- 
son, editor; Louis Bagger & Co., publishers; 
circulation F 1; office Le Droit building. 

PEOPLE'S JOURNAL; monthly; 
literary; sl.xteen pages 9xl2; subscription 51) 
cents; established 1885; J. B. Minick, editor 
and publlslier; circulation J I ; office 1924 
Pennsylvania avenue, N. W. 

RANK AND FILE; monthly; army 
and navy; eight pages 6x12; subscription $1; 
established 1890; Hiram J. Penrod, editor and 
publisher; office 414 Si.xth street, N. W. 

RECHOBITE ADVOCATE; month- 
ly; independent order of rechobites; four 
fiages lij.xl:^; subscription 5U cents; estab- 
ished 189lt; L. H. Patterson, editor and pub- 
lisher; office lasi Massachusetts avenue. 

REPORTER; monthly; legal; public 
lands; tliirty-six pages 6x9 ; subsci-iption $'l; 
established 1881 ; A. A. Thomas, editor and 
publisher; circulation 12; office Atlantic 
building. 

TRUE CO:>L>IONWEALTH; month 
ly; republican; sixteen jiages 9x12; subscrij) 
tion 50 cents; esrablished IS'.lil; T. A.. Bland, 
editor and iiublNher; office 1121 Tenth sireet. 

UNITED STATES (iAZETTE; 
monthly ; sixteen pages 10x14; subscription 
"Scents; established 1873; J. H. Soule, editor 
and publisher; circulation ti 1; address P. O 
box 69. 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 
FUKLICATlONiS CATA L O <; U E ; 
monthly; tlilrty pages (1x9; suf)S(!riplion ,$5; 
established IS85; J. H. Hickco.x, c'ditor and 
publisher; circ'n J; 2 ; otlice 901 M street. 

UNITED STATES OFFICIAL POS- 
TA L (ill i DE ; monthly; tliirtytwo pages 
6x9 ; sidiscrlpiion $!.5ll ; established 1874 ; 
Brodix Publisidng Co., pviblishers; circula- 
tion B 2. The number for Jajniary of each 
year consists of eigiit hundred and eighty 

f>ages or more, anti is sent separately (bound 
n pap(^r) for .$1; bound In cloth $1.50; issue 
also the Hnmi' Mitutizine. 

V I E VV' S ; monthly; Insurance; twenty- 
four pages 9x11; sidiscription .§3; (^stabllslnid 
1H89; Max flolien. editor and publisher; circu- 
lation .1 1:!-.:!:; otlice 617 E street. 

WA VBACK ASTONISH EK; month- 
ly; humorous; twelve pages '.Ixll; suliscrlp- 
tlon .50 cents; established 1890; Herman .1. 
Martin, editor and publisher; ottiei; 904 G 
street. N. \V. 

AFRICAN REPOSITORY; quar 
terly, .January, .April, July and October: thir- 
ty-two pages (ix"* ; subscili'ilion $1 ; established 
1H25 ; William Copiiinger, editor; American 
Colord/.atlon Society, publishers : does not 
Insert advertisements; olllce 4.")0 Pcnn.sylva 
nla avenue. 

AMERICAN ANNALS OF THE 

DEA F; (piarlerly, .lanuary, .April, .Inly and 
O(;toher; sevenlylwo p;iges (l.xO; snbscrlp- 
tion$2; established 181S; Edward Allen Fay, 
editor and publisher : circulation K 2 :!::[::);. 
fff~ ylcluiil aiwrnyi' far tin- iiant ye.iir 1,000 
coping. Inserts no aifvertlsements exc'ciil uf 
text books, Hcliools and teachers of the <leaf. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN 
SOCIETY OF NAVAL EN<iINEERS; 

quarterly, February, May, August ami No- 
vember; one hunilred pages 6xit. subscription 
$a; established 1889; American Society of Na- 
val Engineers, editors and publishers; circu- 
lation L2 H=^; office Navy Department. 



FLORIDA. 



APALACHICOLA, c. h., Fra7tMin 

Co., n 3,000 pop., on Apalachicola r. ; four 

boats weekly to Columbu.s? Ga., and way 

landings. Engaged in lumber, flsh and 

oyster trade and sponge fishing. 

TIMES ; Saturdays: neutral; four pages 
18x24; subscription .$1.50; established 1S86; 
H. W. Johnston, editor and jiublisher; circu- 
lation K 2. 

APOPKA, Orange Co., o 7'M) pop., 

on the Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic and 

Florida Midland Rds. A winter resort. 

The chief industries are fruit growing, 

market gardening and lumbering. 

ADVERTISER ; Tuesdays; independ- 
ent; four pages 15x22; subscription $2; 
established issii; Fred H. Perry, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2 ;1;:1;. 

BARTOW,c.l]., PoZfc Co., g 1,600 pop., 
on South Florida and Florida Southern Rds. 
and Peace r. Farming, orange growing, 
stock raising and manufacturing. 

COURIER INF0R:>1ANT; Wednes 
days; democratic; four pages 20x2ii; sub- 
scription ,$1.50; established 1881; G. A. K. 
Stevens, editor and publisher; circ'n K 2 :■:;;:. 

POIiR CO. NEAA'S; Fridays; farmers- 
alliance; eiglit pages 15x2.'; subscription $1; 
establisiied 1891); W. F. Stovall, editor and 
puljlisher. 

BELLEVIEW, Marion Co.. n 400 
pop., on Florida Railway ,S: Navigation Go's 
Rd., 11 m. from Oi'ala, the county scat. 
Orange culture, truck farming and mills 
furnish Ihe chief industries. 
RhADE; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22: subscription $1; established 1888; 
Geo. P. E. Hart, editor and publislu'r; circu- 
lation L 2 :!;. 

BRAIDENTOWN, c. h., Ma7mtee 

Co., p 200 pop., at head of navigation on 
Manitee r. Flourishing mercantile town. 

MANATEE RIVEI^ JOURNAL; 

Thursdays; democratic; foiu- pages isx24; 
snb.scrlption .«;1..5ii: establlsheil 18SS; Jas. H. 
Humi)hries, editor and i)uldisher; circula- 
tion Iv 1 :!"!:. 

BRONSON, a- h., Levy Co., a 837 
pop., on Florida Railway .t Navigation Go's 
Rd. Has a saw mill, cotton ginnery and 
barrel factory. Center of Ihe phosphate 
belt. Agrlcultm-al section. 

LEVY T I M E S - D E M O C R A T ; 

Thursdays; democratic; six pages 16x22; 
subscription .<il: eslablished 1,S84: Oliver J. 
Farmei-, editor; Dcmocr.it Publishing Co., 
publlshiM's; circulatioM \< 1 ;i::|::I-,. 

BROOKS VILLE, c. li., Hernando 

Co., a SOtH pop , on Florida Southern Ril. 
Orange-growing and I ruck farming country. 

HERNANDO NEWS; Saturdays; 
democratic; twelve pages 18x24; subscription 
81. ,50; established 1K86; Fred. L. Robertson, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 



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FLORIDA. 



RE(JISTER : Saturdays; democratic; 
four paKcs isx'i4; subscription $1; estal) 
lished ISS.i; Dr. A. A. ArniinKtoii, editor; Arm- 
ingtoii & Hurwcll. publishers; circ'ii K 'i. 

CHARLOTTE H A R B O R , ^^e 

Solii Co , ,1 ll'it pop., on an Inlcl of tlie Gulf 
o( Mt'.xlco, extendluK into Jlanatee county 
about 2.'> 111. Good t)ysters and llsh arc 
found here. 

I' 11 () S 1' II A T E ADVANCE 
COUUIEK: Saturday.s; farmers' alliance; 
eight pages i:!x'>(l; established 18110; E. M. 
Pooser, editor and publisher. 

CHIPIiEY, Washington Co., tl 800 

pop., ou Louisville & Nashville Rd., 118 m. 

E. of Pensacola. Milling and timbering. 

AVASIIINGTON CO. TI.MES; Tliurs 
davs; four pages 1(1x2,;; subscription $1.50; 
established IS86; W. G. Paine, editor and 
publisher ; circulation L 1 . 

CLEAR WATER HARBOR, 

Hillsborough Co., U ;>00 pop., ou Clearwater 
bay. Fruit • growing, flshing and truck- 
farming region. 

WEST IlII.liSlJOROl T<;H TIMESs 

Thursdays; four pages lsx24; subscription $1 ; 
establislied 1884; A. C. Turner, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L 2 ;;::!:. 

COCOA, Brevard Co., g 297t pop., on 
Indian r., IS in. from Titusville, the county 
seat. Shipping point for jellies and alliga- 
tor hides. 

PUBLIC SI' I It IT; Saturdays; Inde- 
pendent; eight pages U.\20; sub.scription $1 ; 
established is8-i; R. X. Andrews, editor and 
publisher: circulation I, 1 :■:. 

CRA^VFORDVILLE, c. li.. Wo- 
kulla Co., \2 T-it pop., <0 m. from Tallahas- 
see. Has steam cotton gins and saw mills. 

WAKCLLA TIHIES: Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pa','es 1(1x^2; subscrijition .$1.50; 
established lS8t>; Nat. R. Walker, editor and 
publisher; circulation L 1 . 

DAYTON A, Volusia Co., a 1,5001 pop., 

on terminus of St. John & Halifa.x Rd. and 
ou Halifax r., (i.5m. S. of St. Augustine. En- 
gaged in growing oranges and strawber- 
ries, and in the manufacture of lumber. 

EAST COAST MESSENGER; Thurs- 
days; (lemociallc; four pages ISx24; subscrip- 
tion $2; .•stabllshed IS-Sf); James M. Osliorn, 
editor; Messenger Printing Co., publishers; 
circulation K I :■::■;. 

HALIFAX JOIRNAL; Thursdays; 
four pages isxv'4; subscription §2; establislied 
1883; J. M. .lollev.cilltorami publisher; clrcu- 
lall(.n K I :;::•:. 

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, c.li.fraZ- 

ton CiK, t; '00 pop., on I,oiilsvllle& Nashville 

Rd., 80 m. E. of Pensacola. Seal of P'lorlda 

Chautaur|iia Assemtily. 

SKINAL; Sitnrihus: republli'an : four 
pages i:tx.;0: sub-crlpllon .§1 ; established 
18B2; C. Drexer.edllor: W. B. Saundei-s, pub- 
lisher; elrciilntloii K 1. 

DE LAND, yotusin Co., a l.-^.")© pop. 
(of town), on Jacksonville, Tampa & Key 
W.-st and St. John's r., 75 m. S. of Palalka 
and 162 from Jacksonville. Agricultural, 
gnnlenlng and fruit se<'tlon. 

FLORi I) A a(;rici;ltiiristi 

Wednesdays ; agriculture ; 8lxt4-eii imges 



lOxi:.; subscription $2: establlslie.l 18-iO; K. O. 
Painter, edilorand publisher: circulation .1 1. 
N E M' S ; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 20x2i>; subscription .*;I. :')(): established 
|ss7; Jas. II. Beinainin,edit<u-; L. H. Eldrldge, 
publislier; circulation K 2 :|;:j:. 
I VOLUSIA CO. KKC OKI); Saturdays; 
I ilenioeratie: four pages 18x21; subscription 
I .§1.50; I'stablished ISSS; Cook >t Pr«>ratt, edi- 
tors and iiublishcrs; circulation 1. 2 ;|:. 

EUSTIS,-t«/';e Co., a l,0.")Opop.,on Flo- 
rida Southern Rd., 150 111. from Jacksonville, 
with which it is connected by dally steam- 
! ers. In orange-growing country. 
i EIJSTIS LAKE R KfJION ; Thursdays; 
four])ages I8.x21; subscription .'J2; eslablished 
j 1.S84; Hill Bros., editors: Hill Printing Co., 
publishers; circulation K 2. 

FERNANDINA, c. h., Nassau Co., 

j (i 4,500 po])., on Florida Railway & Xavlga- 
1 tion Co's Rd., and on Amelia Island and 
\ Amelia r., 3S m. from Jacksonville. Has a 
j line harbor and considerable trade. 

FLORIDA I>I I R R O R ; triweekly, 
I Tuesilavs, Thursilays and Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages lli;-;22; subsi-rlption $2.50; 
established 1878; George R Fairbanks, e<li- 
j tor; Bloore & Manucy, publishers; clrcula- 
^ tion L2. 

I NEWS; triweekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays 

I an<l Saliirilavs ; indeiiendent ; four pages 

15x22 : subscription $2..50; established ISSU; 

H. P. Trimble, editor and publisher; cireula- 

J tion L2 :i::!:. 

I FORT MEADE, folk Co., g 300 pop., 
on Florida Southern Rd., 12 m. from Bartow, 
the county seat. Orange-growing, tobacco- 
raising and truck-gardening district. 

SOUTH FLORIDA PRO<JRESS; 

Thursdays; sixteen pages rjxK; suli.scrl|ition 
.$1.51; ("stabllshed isss ; ^ames Dickinson, 
editor and publis'.ier; circulation hi. 

FORT MYERS, /-«-« Co., q cOO pop., 
on .south bank of the Caloosahatchee r., 18 
ni. E. of the Gulf of Mexico. Engaged in 
cultivallon of cocoanuts, oranges, plneaj)- 
ples, mangoes, etc. Center for cattle men. 
Has .shingle and lumber mills ami a tannery 
i for curing alligator hides, snake skins, etc. 
i PRESS; Thursdavs; independent; eight 
'pages 13x22; subscription $2; established lftS4; 
Frank H. Stout, editor and pubWsher; circu- 
lation 1.2. 

FORT WHITE, Columhia Co., ^ 400 
pop., on Savannah, Florida & Western Rd. 
In farming district. 

ROOMIER; .Saturdays; eight pages 9xl2; 
subscription ,"rfi cents; e.-tablished ISs9; W 
H. Murrcll. editor and pidilisher; circula- 
tion 1.2 :;::',:. 

GAINESVILLE, c. li., ytlnchua Co., 
(^ 2,'-0(J poji.. on Florida Southern, Florida 
Railway .* Navigation Co's and Savannah, 
Florida .t Western Rds..40m. from Palalka, 
(>0 from Jacksonville aiicl lOil from Fernan- 
dlna. P^ngaged In agriculture and orange 
growing. 

SUNi every morning except Sunday, and 
^^' KKli L^■,' Thursilays ; d<-Mi<M-nillc ; dally 
four pages nx22. weiklv six pages; subscrip- 
tion -dally $5, weekly 91; esialillsheil- ilally 
IssT, weekly issii; H. fl. .McCreary, editor 
and pulillsher; circulation-daily L 2 ;!:4:, 
weekly J 2:}:*. 



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FLORIDA. 



F I^ « R I D A SCHOOL ROOM? 

Thuvsdays; educational; sixteen pajjes 8x11; 
subscription SI: establishe<l 1887: L. Corr, 
editor and |iui)lisher; circulation L2. 

FLORIDA .SENTINEL; Fridays; in 
dependent: eight pages 16x2'<i: subscription 
SI. 50: established 1887; H. M. Lewey, editor 
and publisher: circulation K2; organ of the 
negro race. 

REVEILLE: Thursdays; four pages 
16x22: subscription 7") cents, estalilishedl889; 
Charles S. Ry ley, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2:1;;H; published in the interests of 
the State .Military Institute of Florida. 

GREEN COVE SPRINGS, c. h.. 
Clay Co., (i 1,100 pop., on Jacksonville, Tam- 
pa & Key West Rd. and Western Railway of 
Florida and St. John's r., 30 ni. from Jack- 
sonville and 45 N. of Palatka. Has a copi- 
ous sulphur spring. Fruit and vegetable 
center. 

SPRIN(J; Saturdays; four pages 15x22; 
subscription $1 : established 1880; W. T) Ran- 
dall, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1 *:£:• 

GROVE CITY, De Soto Co., g 200t 

pop., on South FloriilaRd. and Tampa bay, 

8U m. from Tampa. 

SUB-TROPIC; monthly; immigration; 
four pages 1.tx22; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished lgs9; F. H. Hafen, editor; circula- 
tion J 1 i'lii'ia. 

HAINES CITY. Polh Co., q 12.5 

pop., on South Florida Rd., 6214 m. midway 
between Sauford and Port Tampa. En- 
gaged in vegetable and fruit growing. 

SOUTH FLORIDA HEADLIGHT; 

monthly; eight pages 1:^x20; subscrljjtion 
25 cents; establi.shed 189J; Headlight Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers. 

HAWTHORN, Alachua Co., ti 300 

pop., on Atlantic, Gulf & West Transit Rd., 

18 m. from Gainesville, the county seat. 

SOUTHERN STAR AND VISIT- 
OR; Fridays; eight pages llxl«; subscrip- 
tion .§1; established 1887: A. B. Engle, editor 
and publisher; circulation L 2 M^:!;. 

HIGH SPRINGS, Alachua Co., th 

30<1 pop., on Savannah, Florida & Western 

Rd., 23 m. from Gainesville, the county 

seat. An agrultural and cotton-growing 

section. 

ADVANCE; Saturdays; four pages 18.x24; 
established 18S9; Sol A. Levy, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation 1,2 :i::i:." 

JACKSONVILLE, c. h., Duval Co., 

[i K,l(iW- pop. (Including suburbs), on St. 
John's r. aiul Florida Railway & Navigation 
Go's, Savannah, Florida & Western, Jack- 
sonville, 'l';imp!i .t Key West and Jackson- 
ville & Atlantic Rds. A winter resort. 
Lumbering extensively carried on. 

FLORIDA TIHES-UNION J every 
niornlng, and WEEK LV, Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic; eiglil pages dally 15x22, weekly 
17x2-3: subscription— (lallv !SH), weekly $1; es- 
tablished IMi;.-.; Florida Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; circ'n— dally II 1, weekly H 1. 

METKOPOIWS ; every evening except 
Sunday; Inilepeiidelit ; four pages I5x'22; sub. 
Hcrlptlon S.I; cstulillshed 188i ; Curler ,* Rus- 
sell, eilllors iind publlsliers; circ'n II 1 ;!;:!:. 

TIIIIHINE; eveiv niornliiK except Alou- 
day.and \V EEK LY, Fridays; democratic; 
four pages— dally 18x24, weekly 20x'2(i; sub- 
scription -dully $5, weekly CI ; established 



FLORIDA. 



1881; B. C. Drake, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation-daily K 1, weekly J l . 

CHURCH YEAR; Wednesdays; prot- 
estant-episcopal; sixteen jiages 10.xl4; sub- 
scription $2; established 1S82; Rev. R. H. 
Weller, editor; Church Year Publishing Co., 
publishers; civeulation I 1 ;i:Hc:l:. ZW^Aotual 
average for tlir pnxt year Q.'i'M copies. 

FLORIDA DISPATCH. FA RMER 
AND FRUIT (iROWER ; Mondays; 
agricultural: twenty i)ages 11x14; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1869: Dacosta & Powers, 
editors and publishers: circulation 12. 

FLORIDA REPUBLICAN; Satur- 
days; republican: eight pages 15,x22: .sub- 
scription .S1.50; established 1888: Zeph Har- 
rison, editor and publisher: circulation K 1. 

PEOPLE'S .lOUKNAL ; Saturdays; 
four pages 18x24: subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 1879: J. W. Thompson, editor ; Peo- 
ple's Publishing Co., publishers ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

SOUTHERN CONGREGATION- 
A LIST; (see Atlanta, Ga.) 

SOUTHERN TOURIST; Saturdavsr 
hotel and transportation: four pages 16x2;^; 
subscription SL.W; established 1890; Frank* 
Wagstalf, editors and jiulillshers. 

FLORIDA SCHOOL JOIRNALf 
monthly; educational: twenty pages 8x11; 
subscription $1; established 18S7; F. L. Kern, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

JASPER, c. h., Hamilton Co., r^ 600 
pop., on Savannah, Florida & Western Rd., 
39 m. from Lake City and 163 S. of Savan- 
nah, Ga. Produces considerable cotton, 
sugar, rice, melons, oranges and turpentine. 
Cotton gins and lumber factories are lo- 
cated here. 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; four pages- 
18x2-1; subscription $1; established 189); John 
M. Caldwell, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L 2 . 

KEY WEST, c. h., Monroe Co., qs 

18,C58t pop., on the Gulf of Mexico. Engaged 
In shipping and the production of cigars, 
sponge, turtle and shell-work, fish and 
coral. The Galveston, New York, New Or- 
leans, Havana and Tampa steamers touch 
at this port thrc^e times a week. A trade 
centre and shipiiing point. 

EL YAKA; every morning except Mon- 
day; Sijanish; four pages 14x21; established 
18^8; P. Ibern, editor; J. D. Poyo Estenoz, 
publisher: circulation K 1. 

E<i IJ ATO l{ - D E;>I0C RA T ; every even 
Ing e.xcei>t Sunday ; democratic; four pages, 
Saturday eight pages 18x'24 ; subscription $10; 
established IS80; C. B. Femlleton, editor; 
Equator Piiblisiiing Co.. ))ublishers; circula- 
tion K 2:!:. 

ADVEItTISEU ; .Saturdays; Independ- 
ent; four pages l,5x'22; subscription $2; estab- 
lished IsflO; Jas. T. Ball, editor and iiub- 
llsher. 

KISSIMMEE, c. li., Oxceola Co.. a 
l,:")()o pop., on Florlila Midland and South 
Florhia Rds. and on Lake Tohopekallga, IS 
ni. from Orlando. Engaged In orange cul- 
ture and raising early vegetables. 

I.1EA DER ; Fridays; democratic: four 
pages '2llx'26: suh.scrlptloii $2: established 1885; 
S. R. Rassett, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 1 :!::!:. 

LAKE CITY, c. li.. Columbia Co., [^ 

2,iiOO pop., oti Savannah, Florida it Westoru 
and Florl<la Railway & Navigation Co's 
Rds., t)0 m. from Jacksonville and 106 
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Agricultural College Is located here. Center 

of Sen Island cotton region. 

FliORIDA TOBACCO IM.ANT 
AM> COM.MHIA CO. CITIZEN; 

Saturdays; democratic; four pages 18x24; 
subscription $1..50: established ISST; T. B. 
Oliver, editor; Lake City Printing and Put) 
Ufhlng Co., publlsliers; circulation IC 2 :■;:•:. 

KEl'OKTEK; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages Ktx'ii; subscription .*!: established 
1S75; C. A. FliUey. editor; Herl)ert L. Dodd, 
publisher. 

F. A. C. CADET IIEKALI); month 
ly; literary; twenty pages NxU; subserij)tion 
.')0 cents; established 1889; Cadets of the 
Florhia Agricultural College, editors ami 
publishers; circulation Ll ; a college paper; 
issued during tlie collegiate year. 

LAKELAND, f'olk Co., Q 1,000 pop., 
on Sonlli Florida Rd. Engaged in orange 
culture. A healtli resort. 

ADVOCATE; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; sul)scrlptlon $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1884; L. J. J. NIenwenkamp, editor; 
A. G. Munn, L. J. J. NIenwenkamp and L. 
J. Brigtrs, pul)lisliers: circulation L 1 :!;:•:. 

8IFTEK; Fridays; independent; four 
pages 15x22; subscription §1; establlslied KS90; 
Tucker, Lusk & Bowyer, edltoi's and publish- 
ers. 

LAKE MAITLAND. Orange Co., a 

IdO pop., on South Florida Rd., 6 m. N. of 

Orlando, the county seat. Orange groves 

and pine forests here. 

ADVEKTISSEU; monthly; eight pages 
13x20; established lS8ii; Stith & Jackson, edi- 
tors and vjublishers. 

LEESBURGH, Lake Co., a 1,200 
pop., on Florida Railway & Navigation 
Co'sand Florida Southern Rd. and St. John's 
r., 143 m. from Jacksonville. In the center 
of the great lake region and orange belt 
of the State. 

CO.M.MERCIAL ; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages -20x26; subscription S2: es- 
tablished 1876; Jo.s. H. C. Pratt, editor; Pratt 
Bros., publishers: cln;nlation K 1; Issue also 
the Palatka Krenino llirald. 

FLOllIDA CHRISTIAN .ADVO- 
CATE; Tuesdays; meth(»dlst; eight pages 
13X-2IJ: subscription .«!2; established 1886; Jo- 
.sephus Anderson, D. D.. editor and publisher; 
circulation 1 1 ;•;;!;. 

L E E Sit L' K (; E U ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages lHx24; sub.scrlptlon .$1.5(1; 
established 18ss; Jordan & Luning, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 1 :•:;■:. 

LIVE OAK, c. h., Suwarmee Co., ^ 

l.Oi) pop., on Florida Railway & Navigation 

Co'sand Savannah. Florida & Western Rds., 

83 m. E. of Tallahassee. Engaged In the 

production of sugar-cane, cotton, sweet 

potatoes and early vegetables. 

BANNER OF LIBERTY'; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages is.\2-l ; subscription 
$1; eslabllshe.i 188.' ; B. W. Helreu.ston. editor 
and pulillsher ; circulation K 1. 

LIVERPOOL, Tie Soto Co., g .W pop., 
on Florida Soutliern Rd. 

FI.OKIDA UEAK ESTATE .lOlK- 

Si.VIjI inonlhly: Inimlnralion; elKhl pages 
l.ixjo; subscription .•*!; established IH-'J; J. 
Cro.HS, editor and publl.sher; circulation L2. 

MACCLENNY, c. h., Ilaker Co., ^ 
.Vri |M.p., on Florhla Railway & Naviglitlon 
Co'8 Rd.. 30 m. W. of Jacksonville. Center 



FLORIDA. 



of i)each-growlng i-ountry. Fruit and vege- 
table district. Has lumber manufactories. 

SENTINEIi ; Saturdays; independent; 
four j)ages 18x24; subscription .Sl.SO; estab- 
lished 18S4: J. S. B. JIatthews, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L 1 ;i:;|c. 

MADISON, c. h., Madison Co., t\ 

77'.i(- pop., on Florida Railway & Navigation 

Co's Rd. Has saw and cotton-seed oil mlUfr 

and cotton factories. In farming country. 

RECORDER! Fridays; four pages 18.x24; 
subscription $1.50 ; established 1881 ; J. R. 
Pound and J. L. Davis, editors and publlsh- 
ei-s; circulation L2. . 

MANATEE, Manatee Co., g 2.i0 pop., 
on Manatee r., near its entrance Into the- 
Gulf of Mexico, 43 m. S. W. of Tampa. In 
orange-growing country. 

MANATEE CO. ADVOCATE? 

Thursdays; neutral; four pages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1S86; C. V. S. Wil- 
son, editor and publisher ; circulation L 2:;!;^:. 

MANNFIELD. c. h.. Citrus Co.. d 

65f pop., 40 m. from Ocala. Fruit-growing 

and agricultural country. 

CITRUS CO. STAR; Thursdays; four 
pages 16x22; .subscription $1.50; establLshed 
188H: Geo. E. Miles and J. C. Clay, editors and 
publishers; circulation LI. 

MARIANNA, c. li., Jackson Co., ^ 
800 pop., on Louisville & Nashville Rd., 72- 
m. W. by N. of Tallahassee, the State cap- 
ital. Agricultural region. 

TIMES -COURIER AND AVEST 
FI.(»RiDA ADVOtlATE; Wednesdays; 

democratic; four pages 11x16; subscription .50 
cents; established iws; J. A. Gardner, editor 
and MUblislier; circulation L 1. 

WEST FLORID.V EACiLE; Satur- 
days; Independent; eight pages 11x17; 8Ul> 
scription $1; established 1890; I. Buggs, editor 
and publisher. 

MELBOURNE, Brevard Co., g 70 

jiop., on Indian r., 45 m. from TItusvllle, the 

county seat. Agricultural district. 

INDIAN RIVER NEWS; Thur.sdays; 
Independent ; four pages 18x24 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 18S7 ; Guy Metcalf, editor 
and publisher; circulation K I ^:i;. 

MICANOPY,^^«cftMaf o., i 496t pop., 
on Florida Southern Rd. Stock and poultry 
raising, orange-growing and general farm- 
ing region. 

COURIER; Saturdays; demo<ratlc; 
four natres 16x'22; subscription *l..-)(); evtab- 
llshed 1886; D. E. Thompson, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2:H. 

MILTON, c. ll., Santa Rosa Co., "q 

2,.5(jo pop., on Louisville & Nashville ltd. and 

Blackwater r. Has manufactures. A wool, 

cotton and luml)erproduclng country. 

C \i\ R I O N ; Saturdays ; democratic : 
four pages 15x'22; subscription $1 ; establlHhe<l 
l»tS: H. K. Coleson. editor; A. R. Seabrook. 
[publisher; circulation Ll. 

MONTICELLO,c. Ii., .T^erson Co.,\j 
l,7iO pop., on Florida Railway .« Navigation 
Co's Rd., 31 m. from Tallahassee, the Stato 
capital. In an agricultural and cotton-pro- 
dnclUM section. 

CONSTITUTION; Wednewlavs; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 13x2U; subscription fl : es- 



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tabllshed 1874; L. J. Brumby, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 1 si;:-;. 

TRIBUNE; Saturdays; neutral; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1; estal)lished 18S9; 
J. Denham, editor and publisher; circula- 
tlou L 2:|!. 

NEW SMYRNA, Volusia Co., n 

41U pop., on Atlantic & Western Rd. and 

Hillsboro r., 35 m. from Sauford. In a 

fruitgrowing district. 

BREEZE; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 15x22: subscription $1.5); established 
1-<S7 ; J. A. Ball, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2. 

NEW TROY, c. h., La Fayette Co., 
i 23 pop., on Swannee r. Sliips cotton, 
sugar, syrup, poultry, eggs, hides and skins, 
etc. Agricultural and yellow pine lum- 
bering district. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; indei)end- 
ent; four pages 15x22; sul>scription $1; es- 
tablished 1890; W. B. Hill, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

OCALA, c. h., Marion Co., □ 4,000pop., 
on Florida Railway & Navigation Go's, 
Silver Springs, Ocala & Gulf and Florida 
Southern Rds., in the center of the Penin- 
sula, 514 "1- from the famous Silver Spring. 
An agricultural section. Sugar - cane, 
oi-anges, lemons, Sea Island cotton and 
sweet potatoes are the chief products. 

BANNER; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 22x3U; subscription $1 ; established IS66; 
F. E. Harris, editor; C. L. Bittlnger, publisher; 
circulation .T 2. 

FLORIDA BAPTlJ>iT WITNESS; 
Wednesdays; baptist; four pages lSx24; sub- 
scription $2 ; establislied lysl; M. F. Hood, edi- 
tor and ijublisher; circulation K2 

FLORIDA LEDUEir; Fridays; four 
pages 15.V22; subscription .$1; established 18ST; 
R. B. Broolis, editor and puljUsher; circula- 
tion .T 2 :;-;:l;; organ of tlie nec;ro race. 

MARION FltEE PRESS; Thursdays; 
fourpiges 20x26; subscriplion $1 ; established 
18H5; Bruniliy & Mt-Doiiaid, editors and iiub- 
lishcrs; ciiculation .1 l :j::i:. 

PLAIN DEALER,; Tiiursdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages 16x22; subscription 
$1..50; estal)lished 189 i; H. W. Chandler, edi- 
tor; Robinson & Jjargc. publishers. 

ORANGE CITY, Volusia Co., a 500 
pop., on Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West 
and Atlantic and Western Rds., 2 m. from 
St. John's r., 75 S. of I'alatka and 70 from 
St. Augustine. The Sulphur Blue Springs 
are near by. The chief products are 
oranges, Sea Island cotton and tropical 
fruits. 

TIMES; Saturdays; democratic ; eight 
pages IHx21; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 18S0; J. H. Staiiey, editor and i>ub 
Usher; circul.-illon L2. 

TI<:iil<:i>IIONE; monthly; prohibit lon- 
ls( ; eight pages 11x16; subscrlntlon .50 cents; 
established 1889; Mrs. E. A. Eflll, editor and 
publisher. 

ORLANDO, c. 1)., Orange Co., n 5,0i)2 
pop., on .South Florida and Tavares, Or- 
lando and Atlantic Rds. Oranges and vege- 
tables are cultivated. 

RE(,'OltD; every evening except Sun 
day, anil WKEKI,.Y, Mondays; dcsmo- 
<;ratli-; dally four pages 18x24; wi'ckly eight 
pages; subscription — dally $5, we<'klv $1; 
egtabllshed 1885; Vance, Deebe & Adams, edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation— dally K 2. I 



FLORIDA. 



ORANGE CO. REPORTER; Thurs 
days ; democratic ; four pages 22.XM0; sub- 
scription $2; established 1878; Mahlon Gore, 
editor and publisher; circulation J 1. 

SOUTH FLORIDA SENTINEL; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages 22x2S; 
subscription S2; established 1885; Latimer C. 
Vaughan, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

OVIEDO, Orange Co., a 500 pop., on 

Sanford & Indian River Rd., 15 m. from 

Sanford. Is head of steamboat navigation 

on St. John's r. Orange-growing district. 

CHRONICLE; Fridays; independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1887; Piillip Isaacs, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2:ls. 

PALATKA, c. li., Putnam Co., ^ 
3,500 pop., on St. John's r. and Florida 
Southern, St. Augustine & Palatka and 
Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Rds., 30 
m. S. W. of St. Augustine, 75 from Jackson- 
ville and 200 from Tallahassee. Surrounded 
by an agricultural .section. Cotton, sugar, 
oranges and other fruits are shipped by 
steamboat to Jacksonville. 

EVENING HERALD; every evening 
except Sunday, and VVEEKLV, Thurs- 
days; democratic ; four pages— daily 16x32, 
weekly 20.x26 ; subscription— daily $5," weekly 
$1 ; established-daily 1883, weekly 1869 ; G. W. 
Pratt, editor; Pratt Bros., publishers; circu- 
lation—daily J 1 ;I;, weekly I1:H; issue also 
the Leesburgh Counnercial. 

TI>1ES; every evening except Monday; 
independent; four pages 16x22; sul)scrlpti6n 
$4; established 1889; Times Pid)llshing Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation K 2. 

PENSACOEA, c. b., Escambia Co., 

~D ll,838t pop., on Louisville & Nashville and 
Pensacola & Perdido Rds. and on Pensacola 
bay, 8 m. from the Gulf of Mexico and 64 E. 
of Mobile, Ala. Has a fine harbor, and is en- 
gaged in commerce and lumber trade. 

NEWS; every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Saturdays; Indepenclent ; eight pages is,x24; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $1 ; established 
1889; News Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulatioii- weekly I 1 :i;;i::l:, uic/wd- 
inn imr spi'ciiil iititio>i. 

COniMERCIA L; semi weekly, Sundays 
an<l Thursdays ; democratic ; eiglit pages 
18x24; suljscrlptlon $1.5(1; established 1880; S. 
W. Landruni, editor; Jos. Bobe &Co., publish- 
ers; circulation K 2. 

PERRY, c. 1)., Taylor Co.. ^ 100 pop. 

Sea Island cotton and tobacco are raised. 

TAYLOR CO. BANNER; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 15x22; sul>si'ri|)ti(>n 
$1; established 1888; A. N. Simmons, editor 
an<l publisher; clrcidatlon L2:l:;l:. 

PLANT CITY, mUshoro Co.. g 600 

ipcip.. on Kliii-iiia Uaihviiy A N;ivigatlon Co'S 
and South Florida Rds., 22 m. K. of Tampa, 
the county seat. A shipping i)oint for 
oranges anil vegetables. 

SOUTH FLORIDA COURIER; 

Saturdays; demiicr;die; fourpages 19x26; sub- 
scription $2; established 1884; F. W. Merrln 
& Sons, editors and pul)lishers; circ'n L2. 

QUINCY, c. li., Gadsden Co., ti 900 

jx)])., on Florida Hallway & Navigation Co's 
Rd., 24 m. from Tallahassee, (he State cap- 
ital. An agricultural section. 

HERA LD; Saturdays; democratic; four 
p.ages I6x2i; sunscrlptlon .'9!2; eslabllshed 1877; 
W. W. Keep, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1 



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FLORIDA. 



ST. ANDREW'S BAY, Washinyton 

Co., a ■'•>U IKfp., oil St. Andrew's biiy, 10 tin. 

E. of Pensacola. Noted for It.s mild climate, 

pure water atid hoautlftil hay. 

I»I E fS f< E N < J K K ; Wcdiu-sdays ; demo 
cratii-; eJKht pam's iri.x,',.': suhscrlptlou $1,50; 
establl.slied IsHi; J. H. Hamilton, editor and 
publisher; circiilatiiui K 'i i!::!;;!;. 

ST. AUGUSTINE, c. li., St. John's 

Co., ^ l,")WliPop., on Jacksonville, Tampa & 
Key West, St. John's and St. Augustine & 
Palatka Kd.s. and on Bay of St. AuKU.stlne, 
36 m. S. of Jacksonville. A winter resort. 

EVENING NEWfr; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and NE\V!S. Thursdays; in- 
dependent; daily four paKCs 18.K24, weekly 
eight pajjes l.=).xt.'; subscription - dailv $.5, 
weekly S',i; establishetl— daily 18S^<, weekly 
1S89; Daily News Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation— dally Iv 1, weekly J 1. 

NEWS; (see Kveinnq News.) 

PRErSS; Siturdays; independent; four 
pages l-i.\24; subscription .S'J; established 1870; 
John P. Whitney, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

SUNOAY CIMTIQrE; Saturdays; in- 
dependent; eis;lit i)aKfs i'.'xii i; subscription 
$2; established ISST; Critique Publishing Co., 
editors and luiblisliers; circulation K 1. 

ST. FRANCIS, Lake Co., G 25 pop., 
li m. from D.dand. .Agricultural and fruit- 
growing section. 

FLORIDA FACTS; Wednesdays; four 

pages 1j.x,>2; subscription J.t cents; established 
189 I; E. D. Oslin, editor; John E. Harris, pub- 
lisher. 

ST. NICHOLAS, Tiuval Co., ^ 150 

poi).. on Jacksonville & Atlantic Rd. and 

St. John's r., 2 m. S. E. of Jacksonville, the 

county seat. Has a saw mill and orange 

groves. 

OLi> CURIOSITY SHOP; monthly; 
antiquities: eiglit pages sxll ; sul)scription 3U 
cents; established Isilil; Mrs. F. A. Warner, 
editor and publisher 

ST. PETERSBURG, mmhorough 

Co., 9 terminus ( );Mngc liidl Kd., on Tampa 

bay. Engaged In fruit growing and fishing. 

SOUTH FI.<»RII)A IIO.^IE; Wedms 
days; indepeu<leut ; eight pages tix.fi; sub- 
scription Tjtl cents; established ISS'.l; Young 
■G. Lee, editor and pul>lisher; circulation 
L2 :i::!:H^. ZWActual airragc for the jiant 
year ll.i copies. 

SAN ANTONIO, Pasco Co., u 260 
pop.,:;5 m. fnnn Tampa, on S )utli Florida 
Kil. and Tampa bay. 

NEWS; semi-monthlv: Independent ; four 

gages 13x22; subscription SI; establislicii 188"; 
. O. Uailmard, editor and publisher; clrcu 
latlon I. I. 

SANFORD, Orange Co., n 2,nnOpop., 
on Jacksonville, Tampa A Key West, San- 
foril .S£ Indian River and South Florida Kils 
and St. John's r., 19! m. S. of Jacksonville, 
which city steamers a.sceiid dally. A ship 
ping point for oranges and for the su|iply 
of early vegetables to Norlhern markets. 

JOUKNAIjI every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEK i,Y, Thursd.iys; indepen<l- 
ent-demor-ralle; four p.-iges I()X'22; subscrlii- 
tlon— <lally$~>,weekly $1. 'id; PBlabllshed— dally 
ISSfi. weekly 1874; tJeorge & Lucie Vannavii, 
-editors and publishers; circulation —daily 
L 1 , weekly K 1. 



SELiMAN, Calhoun Co., ^j 125 pop., 

on .\|ialacliicola r. Engaged in farming and 

lumbering. Has coopering establishniout. 

ALLIANCE FAR>IER; Thiusdays; 
four pages l().x22; subscription SI ; eslablished 
18S4; W. II. Shields, editor and publish. 'r; cir- 
eulMlion li 2. 

SILVER SPRINGS PARK, Mar- 

ion Co., D on Florida Central .Nt Peninsular 
Rd., "),'<i 111. E. of Ocala, the county seat. A 
health resort. Agricultural section. 

MEEKLY: Saturdays; four pages 14x'20; 
subscription $] ; established 18s9; Geo. B. 
Grimes, editor and imblisher. 

STARKE, c. h., Bradford Co., [j 750 

pop., on Florida Railway & Navigation Co's 
Hd., 45 111. S. W. from Jacksonville. An agri- 
cultural section, producing cotton, corn, 
sugar, oranges and lemons. 

KRAOKORI) CO. TELEJJRAPII; 

Fridays; di'inncratic; four pages ir.\21; sub- 
scription $1; established 1879; I. C. Webb, 
editor and ))ublisher; circulation K 2. 

SUMTERVILLE,c. li., Sumter Co.. 

n ;")00 pop., on Florida Central & Penin- 
sular Rd., 37 m. from Ocala. Orange and 
stock raising the chief industries. 

SlJMTERtU>.Ti;>IES; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; sul)scri])tion $2; es- 
tablished 1881: D. C. Hull, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation 1< 1 :|wl:. 

TALLAHASSEE, c. h., Leon Co., -q 
State (y'a|iit:il, 2,9 !3t pop., on the Florida 
Railway it Navigation Co's Rd , at terminus 
Tallalias.se & St. Marks Rd. Has manufact- 
ories and general trade. In a farming 
and fruit r:iisiiig district. 

FLORIOIAN; Tuesdays; democratic: 
elghtpages 1.'>.\2J; subscription $1 : established 
ISa-^; N. M. Boweii, editor and publisher: cir- 
culation J 1. 

TALLAIIASSEEAN AND 1/ANI> 
OF FLOWERS; Wednesdays; four 
pages isx24; subscription $1 ; established 1881 ; 
John G. Collins, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation Iv 2. 

TAMPA, c.li., Hillsborough Co., g 2,400 
pop., terminus of the South Florida Rd. 
and on Tampa bay. Has a good harbor. 
Several cigar factories are in operation. A 
place of considerable general trade. 

J O IJ R N A I^ ; Thursdays; republican; 

eight pages 13x.'ii; subscription $1; estab- 
lished IS:"); H. J. Cooper, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation Iv 1. 

TRIKlINE;Tliursdays;democratlc;elght 
pages 14x22: subscription $l..')«l; established 
1870; Tribune Publishing Co.. editors and 
publishers; circulation K 2. 

TARPON SPRINGS. HUhhomugh 

Co., , :; m poj)., on orange Bell Rd.,'2oni. 

N. W. of Tampa, the county seat. 

TRI.'TII; Saturdays: farmers' alliance; 
four panes 18x21; subscription .'*1 : established 
1889: Geo. N. Triiax, editor and publisher. 

TAVARES.c. \\.,Lake Co., a 400 pop., 
on Florida .Southern, Florida Railway & 
Navigation Co's, Tavare.<«, Orlando & Atlan- 
tic and Jack.sonvllle, Tampa & Key West 
Rds., 2 4) ni. from Jacksonville. Saw 
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business enterprises. Steamboat shipping 

point for Ocklawalia Lakes. 

HERALD; Thursdays; democratic: four 
pages U<x'i> ; subscription $2 ; established 
1882: T. W. Greenslitt, editor and publisher; 
circulation Iv 1. 

TITUSVILIiE, c. h., Brevard Co., g 

700 pop., on Jacksonville, Tampa & Key 
West Rd., at head of Indian r. on Florida 
coast. Orange, vegetable, and merchan- 
dise shipping point. Stock raising and cul- 
tivation of tropical and semi tropical fruits 
are the leading industries. 

EAST COAST ADVOCATE; Fridays; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.51); estab- 
lished IS'.iO; Walter S. Graham, editor and 
publisher. 

FJLORIDA STAR: Thursdays; Inde- 
pendent ; eight pages 20x26 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1880; Ellis B. Wager, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 2. 

"WILD WOOD, Sumter Co., a 3.'0 
pop , on Ficirida Central & Peninsular Rd., 
1.50 m. S. S. W. of Jacksonville. Engaged In 
orange and vegetable culture. 
COURIER; Saturdays; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription SI.50; established 1891); E. B. 
Buzhardt, editor; Buzhardt & Roach, pub- 
lishers. 

"WINTER PARK, Oravge Co., o 

500 pop., on South Florida Rd., 5 m. from 

Orlando, the county seat. A winter resort. 

In an orange growing section. 

ADVOCATE; Fridays; republican; four 
pages 16x2.'; subscription $1.2.">; established 
1889; G. C. Henderson, editor and uublisher; 
circulation K 2;!;;l;:i:. 

GEORGIA. 

ABBEVILLiE, c. h., Wilcox Co., p 

l,20o i)op.,()n Amerious, Preston & Lumpkin 

Rd. and Ocniulgee r., a navigable stream, 

22 m. from Hawkinsville. Has saw mills. 

TIHIES; Wednesdays; Independent; four 
pages 18x21; subscription $1.25; established 
188* ; T. B. & O. V. Fuller, editors and pub- 
lishers; clrculalion L2. 

ACWORTH. Cobb Co.. ti 8i.^,t pop., 

on Western & Atlantic Rd., 12 m. from Mar 
ietta, the county .seat. Farming commu- 
nity; In the midst of the gold and iron belt. 

MINERAL POST; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 18x24; suliscrlptlon SI; 
established 188S; Henry C. Williams, editor 
and piilillslier; circulation Iv 1 ;i;;l;. 

ADGATEVILLE, Jasper Co.. a r,0 
j)Op., on Miicon & Covington Rd., 8 m. S. of 
Mont led lo. the county seat. 

IIKRAI.D; Tuesdays; Independent; 
eluht pagcH l:t.\20; suhsi-rlptlou $2; estab- 
lished 1890; V. F. A<lgate, editor; C. F. Ad- 
gate & Co., publishers. 

ALBANY, c. li., Dougherty Co., p 

6,H.">6t pop., on Brunswick & Western, Cen 

tral of Georgia and Savannah, Florida & 

Western Rds. and Flint r., 2G0 m. W. of Sa 

vannali. An agricultural county, producing 

cotton, sugar-cane, rice ;ind corn. 

NEWS AND ADVEKTISEK « every 
morning except Monday, and WEEKLY, 
Saturdays; four pages— dally l.lxaa, weekly 



GEORGIA. 



23x30: subscription— daily $5, weekly $1; 
established— daily 1880, weekly ISW; W. W. 
Turner, editor and publisher; circulation— 
daily J 1 iH^, weeklv 1 3 :!::!;. 

EVERY SATUKDAV; Saturdays; 
twelve pages 9x12; suliscriptiou 50 cents; 
established 1890; T. P. Green, editor and 
publisher. 

ALPHARETTA, c. h., Milton Co., 

b 3U0t pop., 28 m. N. of Atlanta, the State- 
capital. Engaged in the manufacture of 
wagons, boots and shoes. 

FREE PRESS; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1890; G. D. Rucker, editor; W. T. Col- 
lins, publisher. 

MILTON DEMOCRAT; Tuesdays; 
democratic; four iiages 15.x22; subscription 
$1.75; established 1S82; William H. Ne-sblt, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1 ifi^. 

AMERICUS, c. h., Sumter Co., j3 
6,:>i5+ pop., on Americus, Preston & Lump- 
kin, Buena Vista & Ellaviile and Central of 
Georgia Rds. and Muckalee creek, 73 m. S. 
W. from Macon. In an extensive cotton 
and sugarcane producing region. 

RECORDER; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; daily 
four pages 17x22, weekly eight pages 15x22; 
subscription— dally $6. weekly $1; established 
1879; W. S. Glessner, editor; Americus Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation— daily K 2, 
weekly I 2. 

T I M E .S ; every morning; eight pages 
15x22; subscriutlcm $6; established 1890; 
Times Publisidng Co., editors and piil)lishers. 

SOUTHERN EMPIRE; monthly; im- 
migration; eight i)ages lIxHi; subscription 
25 cents; estal)lished 1888; W. L. Glessner, 
editor; Georgia Bureau of Immigration, pub- 
lishers. 

ARLINGTON, Calhoun Co., p 250' 

pop., on South Western Rd., 11 m. S. W. of 

Morgan, the county seat. 

BANNER; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 16.X22; subscription $1; established 
1S90; E. B. Chaflu, editor and publisher. 

ATHENS, c. h., Clarke Co., ^ 8,6'27t 
pop., on Georgia Rd., terminus of North- 
eastern of Georgia Rd., and Oconee r., 100 
m. W. by N. of Augusta. Seat of Georgia 
University. Center of a cotton growing, 
district. 

IIANNER; every morning except Sun- 
day, SUNDAY BANNER, Sundays, and 
WKEKIjV, Tuesdays; democratic; four 
pages— <laily and Sunday 18x24, weekly 1.5x22; 
suliscrlptlon— dally $6, Sunday $1, weekly $1; 
establlslied— dally and Sunday 1880, weekly 
1824; T. L. Gantt, editor; Athens Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation— dally K 2 ifi^. 
Sunday K 1, weekly I I H::|:. 

LED<<Ei{; every evening except Sun- 
day; democratic; eight pages 16x22; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1S90; Ledger Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers. 
SUNDAY B.XNNEKi (see i?(iji ».<•)•.) 
SOITIIKKN I \KMER; monthly; 
agricultural; llllv pages 8x12; subscription 
$1; established 18S(i; Louis J. Brumby, editor 
and publisher; eirctilatloii G 1. 

WO.>IAN'S WO UK; monthly; sixteen 
iiages 11x15; subscription .50 cents; estab- 
lished 18S7; Kate (Jarhind, i-illtor; T. L. Mitch- 
ell, publisher: clrcidation G 2. 

ATLANTA, c. li., Fulton Co., [j 
Slate Ciipilnl, 115,514+ pop., at Junction of 
Atlanta & West Point, Central of Georgia,. 
East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia, Oeor- 



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GEORGIA. 



gla. Oei)rgla Pai-lfli-, HiclinuiiKl & Danville 
aiul ■\Vt'stt'rii & Atlantic Hils. A iiiann- 
facturliiK center an<l cotton slilppiiit; iiolnt. 

<;0>>iTlTi;TION; every nioriilnK. anil 
WEEKIiY, Tuesdays; democratic ; tlally 
eight pact's 10x2'.', wei'kly twelve pages; sub- 
scription— daily $10. weekly $1.25; estatdlshed 
I8(i8; Constlmtlon I'ubllslilng Co., edilorsand 
puldlshers; circulation— dally K 1 ;i:;i;, week 
ly A 1 :•::■;; Issue also the Weslei/an Chrisliun 
Aflrocatf. 

JOIJKNALi ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKIiY, Tliursilays; demo- 
cratic; eight pat;es — dally 17x„'4, weekly 
20x24; subscrlptU)n — dally $5, weekly ;")0 
cents; estaliUshed— dally is,>-^;i, weekly "188.5; 
Atlanta Journal Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation— dallj- K 1 ;i::!"i;, weekly K 2 :•::!;:•:. 
fj^Acluiil iinrage (htiln circuUititi7i 12,45t> 
copies, weekly 19,Sli8 /or tlic p<ist yeiir. 

Xl>VANCE; Saturdays; prohibition; 
four pages 13x2U; subscription $i; estab- 
lished 189(1; Ed. M. Evans & Son, editors and 
publishers. 

BISINESS niKEC'TORYj Satur 
days; independent; sixteen paKcs l.")x22; 
subscription §1; established 1^-88; Business 
Directory Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

CHRISTIAN INDEX; Thursdays; 
baptist; sixteen pages 11x15; sub.scrlptlon $2; 
established 1822; Tucker & McMlchael, edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation tf I:]:;!;. 

HEI{AI.il)i Saturdays; four pages 13x20; 
established IH'.M); J. M. Speer, editor; Herald 
Publishing Co.. iiubllshers. 

MAIL A N D EXPK ESS; Sundays; four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1; established 
18S(i; Mall and Express Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers. 

MAIL, AND POST; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; eight pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1882; E. Y. Clark, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation I 1 ; Issues also the Pres- 
bytei-ian. 

N' AT I O N A L: Thursdays ; republican ; 
elKht pages 15x22 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished iSSi; John L. Conley, editor and 
publisher; circulation 12. 

PREsnVTEKIAN; Wednesdays; pres- 
byterlan ; twenty pages 11x15; sub.scrlption 
«2; established iss4; E. Y. Clark, editor and 
publisher: circulation J 2; Issues also the 
mail anil Past. 

SOITIIEKN ALLIANCE IJ'AR. 
niER; Fridays: democratic; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1; established 1^77; 
H. C. lirown. editor; Southern .Mllance Pub- 
lishing Co.. imbllshers: circulation K2 :■:;■:. 

SOUTIIEItN APPEAL; Fridays: deni 
ocratlc; eight pages 15x22; subscription 82; 
establlsheil 1889; C. E. YarlM)ro, e<ritor and 
publisher; circulation J 1 ; organ of the negro 
race. 

SOUTHERN CONGREtJATION- 
AUST; Thursdays ; congregational; eight 
pages 11x16; subscrliitloiiSl: established 1889; 
Rev A. S. Clarke, editor; Southern Congrega- 
tlonallst Co.. publishers; circulation K 2 li:;''.; 
dated at Atlanta anci Jacksonville, Florida. 

SOUTHERN STAR; Saturdays: pro- 
hibition: elKlit pages 15x22: subscription 
75 cents; established l^Sfi; Barker Publishing 
Co., editors and iiuhllsliers: clrc'n Fl:-;;-;. 

SOUTHEKN TRAVELER; .Satnr 
days; elKht paKes 11x15; sub.s<-rlptlon *2; es- 
tablished isM't; J. K. Watt«, editor and pub- , 
Usher: circulation K 2. ! 

SUNNY SOIJTHi Saturdavs; eight 
paices 19x26: subscriptl'in $2; established 1875; 
John H. S.-als& Co., editors and publishers; 
Clrenlatlon F2. 

TIMES; Saturdays; republican; four 
pases 16x22: subscription $1; established 
1H90; R. S. LovlngKixMl, eilltor; Times Pub 
llshlng Co , publishers; an organ of the negro 
race. 

WAY OF LIFE; Wednes<lavs: holiness; 
four paKes Vix'ti; subscription $1; estab- 
lished l'<82; Kev. W. A. Dodge, editor and 
publisher; circulation I I. 



GEORGIA. 



WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN ADVO- 
C.VTE; Wednesdays; mntliodlst episcopal, 
south: eight pages lh.\22; sub.scriptlon 82: es- 
tabllsheil is:;(i; Rev. W. F. Glen, editor; 
t'cin.xtllution Publishing Co., publishers; cir- 
culation (J J ;|;;!;; Issue idso the ViniHtil iitiini. 

IIUI-LETIN; send monthly ; independ- 
ent: eight jiages l.'ix2<): subscription 50 cents; 
established IH90; F. it I. SalosUm, editors and 
publishers. 

BULLETIN; monthly: evangelical; 
twelve pages N.\ll; subscription 25 cents; es- 
tablished is'.di; Young :Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation, editors and publishers. 

DIXIE; monthly; mechanical; eighty to 
ninety-six pa;;es 9x11; subscription §1 ; estab- 
lished 1SS5: Dixie Co., editors and publish- 
ers; circulation (i 1. 

DIXIE DOCTOR; monthly; medical; 
forty -four paf;ess.\i I ; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1890; T. H. Huzza, M.D., editor and 
publisher. 

(;EOR(iIA ALLIANCE; monthly; 
democratic; twentv-for.r pages 6x12: sub- 
scription 51) cents: "established 1889: W. H. 
Burgess, editor; Quarterly Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

<JEOR(;iA ECLECTIC MEDICAL 
JOURNAIi; monthly; medical; forty 
pages 6x9: subscription $2 ; established 1878; 
Joseph Adolphus, M. D., editor; Dr. H. H. 
Green, Jr., W. M. Durham and Dr. D. B. 
Williams, publishers; circulation J 2. 

<; E O R <J I A EDUCATIONAL 
JOURNAL; monthly; educational; six- 
teen pages 8x11; subscription $1; established 
1S88: B. M. Zettler, editor; Georgia Educa- 
tional Journal Co., jxibllshers; clrc'n J 1. 

(JEOR(JIA TEACHER; monthly: ed 
ucatlonal; sixty four panes 6x9; subscrip- 
tion SI; establl.shed 1888; V. E.Orr, edltorand 
publisher; circulation J 1 rf::!:. 

i»I E D I C A L AND SURGICAL 
JOURNAL; monthly; medical; one hun- 
dred and eight paKes6x9; subscription 82.50; 
established 1855 ; H. V. M. Miller, M.D., V. O. 
Hardon, M.D., and F. W. McKay, M.D., edi- 
tors ; James P. Harrison & Co., publishers; 
circulation I 2 . 

MINI \ a , M A NI FACTIIR IN<J 
AND REAL ESTATE SlHJTHi 
monthly; ndninK: twenty-four pag<-s 11x16; 
subscription $2: established 189ii; T. H.Jones, 
editor; Mining. Manufacturing and Real Es- 
tate Publishing Co.. pulillshers. 

I>IONTHliV; literary; hfty two pages 
6x9; sub.scrlption 50 cents; established 1890; 
J. L.Dennis, editor and iiul>llsher. 

OUR HOME FIEliD; monthly; bap- 
tist; eluht i)aKes 18x20; subscription .W cents: 
establlshe(f IssK; J. William Jones, editor and 
publisher; circulation (i 2 :•::•;. 

RAILROAD SOIT^IERN INDUS- 
TRIAL RECORD; monthly; railroad; 
commercial; sl-xteen pages 11x15; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1881 ; A. L. Harrl.s, edlt<)r; 
Iteeord Publishing Co., jiubllshers; circula- 
tion (} 1. 

SOUTHERN A<;ENT; monthly ; eight 
pages 11x15; subscription 25 cents; estab- 
lished ISS5: Cha.s. D. Baker, editor ; South- 
ern Agent Publishing Co., jmbllshers circu- 
lation K2. 

SOUTHERN ARCHITECT; month 
|y; archltf<'tural : sixteen pa^es 10x14; sub- 
s.rlpllon 81; establlshiHl lss9; Thos. H. Mor- 
gan, editor; Architects'. Builders' and Hard- 
ware Journal Co.. pid)llsliers: clrc'n 12:}: 

SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR AND 
DIXIE FAR.MER; monthly; agricult- 
ural; sixtv t<i el^'lit\ paKes9xll ; subscription 
81: established IS4:!: Culllvator I'ubllHhlng 
Co.. editors and publishers ; clrc'n 1> Irf;:}:. 

SOI TIIERN DENTAL JOURNALi 
mr>nthlv; dental; elKht v <'lght paKes 6x9; 
subKcrljillon «2; established ls.s-2; B. R. Catch- 
ing. D.D. 8.. editor ; Hollhlay Hros.. i>ubllsh- 
ers ; circulation K 1 ''f'JC-- 

SOI TIIERN FANC;lER; monthlv; 
[Miultry raising; twenty paKes9xl2: suliscrip- 
tion 50 cents: estublislied Ks7; n. A. Kuhus 
edltorand piibltsher; circulation J 1 ^:H<9|c- 



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SOUTHERN FARM; monthly; 
agricultural; forty eight piifies 9x11; sub- 
scription $1 ; established lSs3 ; Dr. W. L. Jones, 
edit<ir ; Southern Farm Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; circulation (' 1 ;!;;|;. 

SOUTHERN MEDICAL, RECORD; 
monthly; medical; eit,'hty-tour pages 6x9; 
subscription $2 ; established 1870 ; A. W. 
Greggs, M.D., Wm. Perrin Nicolson, M.D., and 
Frank O.Stockton, M.D., editors; Postell & 
Se.xton, publishers; circulation K 2 ^::i:. 

SOUTHERN TR A V Eli li ER'S 
OFFICIAL RAILWAY GUIDE; 
monthlv; one hundred pages 4x8; subscrip- 
tion $1.50; established 188(1; J. R. Watts, editor 
and publisher; circulation H2; a railroad 
time-table. 

SPELMAN MESSENGER ; monthly; 
educational ; ei.t?ht pages 9.xl2 ; subscription 
25 cents ; establislied 1884 ; M. J. Packard and 
L. H. Upton, editors; Students of Spelman 
Seminary, publishers; circulation J l;lc^|:; a 
school paper ; issued during the school year. 

STANDARD EXPOSITOR; month 
ly; baptist; thirty two pages ti.xlO; sub- 
scription §1 ; estal>llshed 1S)^9 ; Carswell, 
Martin & Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation Ci 1 Jl;:;;. 

STATE, TOWN AND COUNTY; 
montlil.v ; commercial; twenty pages lUxl5; 
subscription $1; established 1884; Atlanta 
Book and Paper Publishing Co., editors and 
publisliers; circulation J 1. 

KAPPA SIGMA; quarterly. February, 
Ma.v, August and November; sixty pages 
7x10; subscription $1.50; established' ISSK; E. 
L. Sutton, editor; E. L. Sutton & Co., publish- 
ers; circulation K 1. 

AUGUSTA, c. h., Richmond Co., n- 

33,l.50t pop., on Augusta, Gibson & Sanders- 
vllle. Central of Georgia, Georgia and 
Charleston, Cincinnati & Chicago Rds. and 
Savannah r., at head of navigation, 120 m. 
N.N.W. of Savannah and 136 N. W. of Charles- 
ton, S. C. Engaged in manufacturing and 
cotton trade. Has flour mills and other in- 
dustries. 

CHRONICLE ; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; 
democratic; daily eight pages 15x22, weekly 
twelve pages 17x23: sul)scrlption— dail.v $10, 
weekly $1 ; establislied— dail.y 1785, vveekly 
1786; Chronicle Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers ; circ'n — daily H 2, Sunday G 1, 
weekly H 1. 

EVENING HERALD; every evening 
e.xcf])t Sunday; four pages 17x24; subscrip- 
tion .$■.; established IS'.IO. 

EVENING NEWS; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and NEWS, Thursdays; Inde- 
pendent; four pages— daily 19x24, weekly 
20x21; sul)scri))tlon— daily .$5, weekly $1.50; 
established 1877; Wm. H. Moore, editor; Jas. 
L. Gow, John M. Welgle and W. H. Moore, 
publishers; circ'n— dally J 2, weekly J 1. 

GEOR GIA BAPTIST; Thursdays; 
baptist ; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; 
established 18*1; William J. White, editor; 
Georgia Haptist Publlsldng Co., publishers; 
circulation 11 1; organ of the negro race. 

METHODIST UNION; Saturdays; po- 
litical reform; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; establislied 1HK9; R. A. Carter, editor and 
publishf'r; circulation K 2. 

NEWS; (see Kveiiin(/ News.) 

PROGRESS; Saturdays; eight pages 
13x2fJ; suljscrlptlon $1; established 1K87; John 
M. Welgle, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion J 1. 

SENTINEIi I Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 17x2^1; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished IHS5; H. K. Wriglit and E. K. Love, edi- 
tors; Sentinel Pub. Co., publisliers; circu- 
lation 1 2 ;;;:;:; organ of the negro race. 

MISSION NEWS; monthly; evauKe- 
llcal; thirty-two pages 6x9; subscription $1; 
established 1890; Rev. S. T. Halllman, editor 
and publisher. 



GEORGIA. 



SOUTH ATLANTIC; monthly ; indus- 
trial and real estate; thirty-two pages 9x12; 
subscription $1; established 18i;9; J.S.Daley, 
editor; South Atlantic Co., publishers; circu- 
lation H 1 :i;j];. 

AUSTELL, Cobb Co., ^ 900 pop., on 

East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Rd. 

Agricultural district. 

ADVERTISER; Tuesda.ys; four pages 
13x20; subscription 50 cents; established 
1890; R. J. Massey, editor and publisher. • 

BAINBRIDGE, c. li., Decatur Co.,. 

P 2,000 pop., on Savannah, Florida & West 
ern and Alabama Midland Rds. and Flint 
r. Has cotton compress, ice and cigar fact- 
ories, etc. Agricultural district. 

€3 LOBE; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 20.X26; subscription $1; established 
1890; A. L. Townsend, editor and publisher. 

BALL GROUND, Cherokee Co.. b 

360 pop., on Marietta & North Georgia Rd., 

60 m. from Atlanta. Has marble works and 

quarries. Mining district. 

INDEPENDENT; Wednesdays; farm- 
ers' alliance; four pages 15x22; subscription 
$1; established 1890; W. H. Terrell, editor; 
Independent Publishing Co., publishers. 

BARNESVILLE, Pike Co., -a 1,96* 
pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 18 m. from 
Griffin and 40 from Macon. In a farming 
district. 

GAZETTE; Thursdaj's ; democratic; 
elglit pages 1.5X22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1868; McMichael & Hardy, editors and 
publishers ; circulation J 1 :1:5H. 

GEORGIA FARMER; semi-monthly; 
agricultural; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
50 cents; eslablishc(l 1S85; Georgia Farmer 
Co., editors and publisliers; circulation G 1. 

BAXLEY, c. h., Appling Co., O^ 40O 
pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia 
Rd., 120 m. from Macon. Has naval stores. 
Farming section. 

BANNER; Thursdays; Independent; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1885 ; J. C. Geiger, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

BAPTIST WATCHMAN; Thursdays; 
baptist; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 1^90; W. L. Gelgor, editor; Bax- 
ley Publishing Co., publishers. 

BLACKSHEAR, c. h., Pierce Co.,a^ 
l,2iiO pop., on Savannah, Florida & Western 
Rd., 86 m. from Savannah. Has grist mills 
and turpentine Industry. 

TIMES ; Thursdays; democratic; four 

pages 16x22; subscription $1; established 1889; 
Times Publishing Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation L2. 

BLAKELY, c. h., Early Co., JJ 900 
pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 9 ni. from 
Chattahoochee r. and 80 S. of Columbus. 
Agricultural district; chief products— su- 
gar cane, sweet potatoes, cotton and corn. 

EARLY CO. NEWS; Tliursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages H)X22; sub.scrlptlon $1 ; es- 
tablished 1859; W. W. Fleming, editor and 
publisher; circulation K I. 

BLUE RIDGE, Fannin Co., b COO 
poi>.,at tlie junction of Marietta & North 
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couuty seat. FruU-Krowiug ami mineral 

section. 

POST; Tliursdays ; (leiiunTalic ; four 
paKCS ISxJl; subscriiitiou $1: establislied ISSS; 
B. S. Holileii, editor and pubilslier; circula- 
tion L 'i ;■::;:. 

BOSTON, Thomas Co., p 450 pop., on 

Savaun:ili, Florida & Western Rd., 12 m. 
from Tlioiiiasville. the county seat. Has 
lumber, grist, cotton and i)lanin{< mills. 
Raises and ships cotton, potatoes, melons . 
peas, eti-. i 

WOKIil); Saturdays: democratic; four 
paKes '..'U.\".iii: subscription .$1 ; established 1S8S; 
T. F. Pruett, editor; Hawk & Fruett, pub- 
lishers: circulation .J 'i :•;:•:. 

BOWDON. Carroll Co., -a 333 pop., 

\i m. K. of CarroUton, the county scat. ) 

Agricultural and stock raisint,' district. ! 

IXTELLiUJENCK; Thursdays: four 

pases 15x'.i.': subscription $1 : establishe<l 

18".H); J. W. YarbrouKh. editor and i)ublisher. 

BRUNSWICK, c. h., Glynn Co., Q, : 

S,4il3t pop., on Brunswick & Western and 
East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Rda. 
Yellow pine lumber market. Hasaspacioiis 
harbor. Two weekly lines of steamers to 
New York City. 

EVENING POST: every evening except 
Sunday; six pages 17x24; subscription $4; es- 
tablished 189U; E. Simkins, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

TIMES; every morning except Monday; 
six pages 15x22, Sunday eight pages; subscrip- 
tion (Including Sunday) $ri, Sunday $1.50; 
established 1884 ; Times Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and publishers: circulation K 2. 

BUCHANAN, c. h.. Haralson Co., -u 
375 pop., ,50 m. W. of Atlanta, the State 
capital. Farndng district. 

HARALSON BANNER; Satur- 
days; eight pages 13.x20: subscription $1; es- 
tablished 18S4; T. W. Griffith, editor and 
publisher; circulation K I. 

SOUTHERN I>IESSEN(iER ; bl 
weekly; four pages 15x22; subscription $1; 
established 183^; A. E. Nix, editor; Haralson 
and .\lliance Publishing Co., publishers; cir- 
culation K 2. 

AMERICAN RECORD; monthly; 
eight pages llx15; sul>scrlptlon 25 cents; es- 
tabllshccl IS-^S; American Record Co., editors 
and jiubllshers; circulation G2 :i;^;. 

BUENA VISTA, c. h., Marion Co.,U 
l.OOiJ pop., terminus of Buena Vista & EUa- 
vlUe Rd. Has several cotton warehouses. 

MARION CO. PATRIOT; Fridays; 
democratic; four pjiges 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1S76; S. H. Christopher, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 1. 

BUFORD, Gwinnett Co., ^ 700 pop., 
iin Koine & Decatur Rd.,37m. N. of Atlanta. 
Has saddle and harness manufactory and 
tanneries. 

GAZETTE; Wednesdays: farmers' al- 
liance; eight pages 15x22: subscription $1; 
established 1890: J. W. Hendrix, editor; W. 
T. & J. W. Hendrix, publishers. 

BUTLER, c. h., Taylor Co., -a 1,200 

pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 50 m. from 

Macon and Columbus. Seat of Butler Male 

anil Female College. Agricultural section. 

lIERAlini Tuesdays; Independent; 
four pa^^es 2Ux24; subscription $1.50; estab- 



lished 1876: Russ & Benns, editors and pub- 
lishers: cii-culallon K 1. 

(iOSPEIi i»IESSENGER; monthly; 
primitive -baptist; sl.vty pages Ox'J ; sub- 
scription $1; established 1878; J. R. Respess 
and Win. M. IMitchell, editors and publishers; 
circulation H 2. 

CAIRO, Thomns Co., p (105 pop., on 
Savannah, Florida & Western Rd., 14 m. 
from Thonuisville, the county seat. Agri- 
culture imrsued to a great extent. Cotton 
and sugar cane priKluciiig country. 

SOI'THWEST (iEOIJiJIAN; Fri- 
days: four pages l!lx2l; subscription .^l; es- 
tablished 1S!)0: J. M. Glenn, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CALHOUN, c. h., Gordon Co.,Yl 800 
pop., on Western & Atlantic Rd., 80 m. from 
Atlanta, the State capital, and 60 from 
Chattanooga, Tenn. In an agricultural and 
stock-raising district. Chief products— to- 
bacco, wheat, potatoes, cotton and corn. 

TIMES; Thursdays; democratic: four 
pages 18x24: subscription $1; established 
1869; H. A. Chapman, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2 ;1:;1:. 

CAMILLA, c. h., Mitchell Co., p 700 
pop., on Savannali, Flori<ia & Western Rd., 
26 m. from Albany. A farming section, pro- 
ducing cotton, corn, oats, sugar-cane and 
sweet potatoes. 

SOUTH GEORGIA CLARION; Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages isx24; sub- 
scription $2: established 1882; John L. Under- 
wood, editor and publisher; circ'n K 2 :i;:i;. 

CANTON, c. h., Cherokee Co., b 800 

pop., on Marietta Sc North Georgia Rd. and 

Etowah r., 25 m. from Marietta. Mining, 

farming and milling district. 

CHEROKEE ADVANCE; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
$1; established 1880: Ben F. Perry, editor 
and publisher: circulation J 1 tj::!::!:. 

CARNESVILLE, c. h., Franklin Co.y 

cf 2ti5+ pop., on the Carnesvllle Rd., 3:! m. 

from Athen.s. Has saw and grist mills. In a 

farming country. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays: farmers' al- 
liance; four pages 17x24; subscrliitlon .§1; es- 
tablished 1890; McConnell & Phillips, editors, 
anil ])ublisliers. 

TRIBUNE; Mondays; Independent; four 
pages 16x2i; subscription $1; established 1879; 
Ellen J. Dortch, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

CARROLLTON, c. h., Carroll Co., 

■a 1,450 pop., at terminus of Savannah, 

Orlffln & North Alabama Rd., about 25 m. 

N. W. of Newnan. In an agricultural and 

stock-raising section. 

CARROHi CO. TIMES; semlw-eekly, 
Tuesdays and Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; established 1872; 
A. B. Fltts, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation J 2 **:!-.. 

CARROLL FREE PRESS: Fridavs; 
democratic; four pages 2nx26; subscription 
$1; established 188:1; Edwin R. Sharpe and 
W. R. Smith, .Tr., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation .1 1 ;•::■:. 

CARTERSVILLE, c h., linrtow 

Co., "n 3,16fit rK)p., on East & West Rd. of 
Alabama and Western & Atlantic Rd., 48 m. 



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from Atlanta, the State capital. lu agricult- 
ural and mineral section. 

COURANT AMERICAN; Thursdays; 
■democratic; ten pages isx22; subscription 
SI. 50; established 1883; Freeman & Willing- 
ham, editors and publishers; circulation J 1. 

CEDARTOWN, c. li., I'olk Co., b 

843 pop., on East & West Rd. of Alabama 

and terminus of Rome & Carrollton Rd., 20 

m. from Rome. Has iron manufactories. 

STANDARD; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 2(1x36; subscription $1; established 
1888; Ru.ssell & Coleman, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L 2. 

CliARKESVILLE, c. h., Haber- 

sham Co., a 500 pop., on Richmond & 
Danville Rd., 85 m. N. E. of Atlanta, the 
State capital. Cotton and woolen milling 
and stock and fruit raising are the princi- 
pal Industries. 

ADVERTISER; Wednesdays ; eight 
pages 13x2u ; subscription $1 ; established 
1880 ; Church & Christy, editors and publish- 
ers; circulation L2. 

COCHRAN, Pulaski Co., u 2,700 pop., 

on East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Rd., 

37 m. from Macon. Lumber, shingles and 

naval stores. Agricultural country. 

PULASKI RECORDER; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages l.')X22; subscription 
$1.50; established 18811; O. W. Wilder, editor; 
O. W. & E. L. Wilder, publishers; circ'n L2. 

COLUMBUS, c. h., Muscogee Co., -a 
18,6.")0+ pop. (suburban pop. 9,000), on Cen- 
tral of Georgia, Columbus & Rome, Georgia, 
Midland & Gulf, Alabama, Great Southern 
and East Alabama Rd.s. and at head of navi- 
gation on Chattahoochee r. Largest cotton 
manufacturing place in the State. 

ENQUIRE R-S U N ; every morning, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays; democratic; 
dally four pages 15x22, we(^kly eight pages; 
subscrii)tlon— flally $s, weekly $1; established 
— tlally 1858, weekly 1828; Enquirer Publishing 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation— 
daily 12, weekly H 1. 

EVENINC; LElXiER; every evening 
except Saturday and Sunday, and SUN- 
DAY I>EDGER, Sundays; dally four 
pages 18x21, Sunday eight pages 1(1x22; estab- 
lished 1S86; E. T. Bylngton & Co., editors and 
'l)Ubll8hers; circulation J 2. 

RIFLE; Saturdays; four j)ages 15x22: 
subscription .$1.5(); established 18i)0; Marshall 
A Hugulcv, e<llt()r8 and pul)llshers. 

SUNDAY LEDtiKR; (see Evening 
Li'dyi' r. i 

CONYERS, c. h., Rockdale Co., a 1,800 
pop., on Georgia Rd., 31 m. E. of Atlanta 
and 141 W. of Augusta. Prlncli)al Industries 
are cotton raising and milling. 

ROCK DA LE II A NNERj Wednesdays; 
democratic; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1; established ISTH; T. P. O'Kelley, editor and 
jiubllsher: clrciiliitloii L2. 

SOLID SOUTH; Wednesdays; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1 ; established 1883; 
M. D Irwin, editor; Solid South Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation K 1. 

CORDELE, nooley Co., g l,r.00 pop., 

on Ainerlcus, Preston it Lumpkin and 

Georgia, Southern & Florida Rds., 33 m. 

from Amcrlcus. Has five saw mills. 

CORDELEAN; semi wc.-klv, Tuesdays 
and Fridays, and WEEKLY, Fridays; 



democratic; semi-weekly four pages 15x22, 
weekly eight pages; subscription — semi- 
weekly $2, weekly $1 ; established — semi- 
weekly 1890, weekly 188.S; R. S. Burton & Son, 
editors and publishers; circ'n— weekly L2. 

COVINGTON, c. h., Newton Co., Q 

2,0(X) pop., on Georgia Rd., 41 m. from At- 
lanta, the State capital, and i:50 from Au- 
gusta. Cotton and agricultural machinery 
manufactured. Agricultural district. 

GEORGIA ENTERPRISE; Thurs 
days; democratic; eight pages 13x2il; sub- 
scription $1.25 ; established 1865 ; S. W. Haw- 
kins, editor and publisher ; circ'n K 1 jj;^. 

STAR; Tuesdays ; democratic ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 1874; 
J. W. Anderson, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L 2. 

CRAWFORD, OgeWwrpe Co., cf 
500 pop., on Georgia Rd., 3 m. W. of Lexing- 
ton, the county seat. Engaged in agricult- 
ure. 

HERALD; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; established 1890; 
C. G. Moore, editor; Cravyford Publishing 
Co., publishers. 

CRAWFORDVIELE, c. h., Talia- 

ferro Co., a 700 pop., on Georgia Rd., 64 m. 

from Augusta. Carriage and other shops. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1876; Clem. G. Moore, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

CUMMINO, c. h., Forsyth Co., ^ 450 

pop., 40 m. N. of Atlanta, the State capital; 
on high ground, in a cotton, grain and fruit 
section. 

CLARION; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 
1875; Isaac S. Clement, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2 . 

CUTHBERT, c. h., Randolph Co., p 

2,129 pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 26 

m. from Eufaula, Ala., and 118 from Macon. 

A cotton factory located here. 

LIBERAL ENTERPRISE; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages 20x26; subscription 
$1; established 1885; W. C. Guun, editor; 
Southwest Georgia Publishing Co., publish- 
ers; circulation K 2. 

DAHLONEGA, c. li., Lumpkin Co., 

[^ 1,012 pop., on Yahoda r., between Ches- 
tatee and Etowah rs., 70 m. N. E. of At- 
lanta. Seat of North Georgia State Agri- 
cultural College. Agricultural district, 
surrounded by Apalachian gold belt. 
NU<J<;ET; Fridays; four i>ages 18x24; 
s\ibscrlptlon $1 ; established 1890; W. G. 
McNelley, editor and publisher. 

S 1 G N A L ; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 18x'24 : sultscrlptlon $1 ; established 
1840; .T. W. Woodward, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 ; Issued dally during com- 
mencement week of the N. G. S. A. College. 

DALLAS, c. h., Paulding Co., \2 700 
pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia 
Rd. , :i4 111. from Atlanta, the State capital. 
PAUIiDINt; NEW ERA; Fridays; 
four pages 18x21; sub.scription $1; eHtah- 
llshed 1882; J. M. Splnks, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1 ^jsH:. 

DALTON, c. h., )Vhitfleld Co., In S.OSOf 
pop., on Western & Atlantic and East Ten- 



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iicssee, Virginia & Georgia Riis., 36 in. from 
Cliattanoogn.Tcnn., anil 100 from Atlanta, 
the State i-apltal. Engaged In agriculture 
and stock raising. Grain, cotton, grass, po- 
tatoes, etc., are the chief products. 

AIlGUiS; Saturdays; Independent de- 
mocratic; eight pages 13.\'2(); subscription $1; 
established 1878; H. A. Wrench, editor and 
publishiT; circulation K I. 

NOItTH 4;E0R(;IA CITIZEN; 
Thursdays; democratic; eight pages ISx,'.'); 
subscription SI. ;")(); established 18.')ll ; J. T. 
Whitman ,% Son, editors and publishers; cir- 
culation K 1. 

:»ir!?IC" TEACHER; monthly: music; 
sl.xteen jiages SxU ; subscription .'>0 cents; 
established 1884; A. J. Showalter, editor; A. 
J. S)i<i\vaUeri>t Co., publishers; clrc'n H .2 Ji"!:. 

DANIELSVILLE, c. h., Aradison 
Co., □' 17") pop., 15 m. from Athens. Trading 
point in cotton country. 
MONITOR; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages 18.V34; subscriptions': established 1882; 
B. M. Whiteand F. McGowau.edltorsand pub- 
lishers; circulation L2. 

DARIEN, c. h., Mcintosh Co., Q, 1,0.50 
pop., on north branch of Altamaha r., 60 m. 
S. of Savannah. A timber and lumber-pro- 
ducing section. 

TI3I BER GAZETTE; Saturdays ; four 
pages 15.\22; subscrijuion $2.50; established 
1874; Richard W. Grubb, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

DAWSON, c. h., Terrell Co., p 8,500 
pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 98 m. from 
Macon. The center of trade for a sugar-cane 
and cotton-producing section. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; democratic; 

four pages 18x24; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 186fl; W. O. Johnson, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

N E W !S ; Wednesdays: neutral; four 
pages 20x2t>; subscription .<51..50; established 
18S4; E. L. Ralney, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 2 ;■:;•:;•:. 

DAWSON VILL.E,c. h.. Dawson Co.. 

(^ 2.">o iMip. Farming an<l mining district.' 

I>A W.SON CO. A I» V E R T I S E R ; 

Thursdays; republican; four jiages 15x22; sub- 
sc-rlplloii $1; established l>iss; Beard & Rich- 
ardson, editors aiul publishers; clrc'n L2. 

DEMOREST, Habersham Co., cf 25 

poll., on Bin.' KIdge & Atlantic Rd.,4 m. 

from Clarkesvllle, the county seat. Stock 

and frult-ralsing country. 

TI.^IES; Fridays; four pages l(;x24; sub 
ticrlpllon $1: established 1^0U: Demurest 
Tliii.s Publishing Co., editors and publishers. 

DIXIE, lirooks Co., p l.",0 pop., on 
Savannah, Florida and Western R<l., 7 m. 
W. of Qnitman, the county seat. Agri- 
cultural district, melons predominating. 

ItROOKH CO. CONSERVATIVE; 

Thursdays; farmers' alllani-e; four pages 
I.Sx2ii: sub-<crlptlon .50 cents; establlsheil 
l^^KI: D. A. U.iyal, ..lltorand publisher. 

DOUGLA.SVILIi£, c. li., Douglas 

Co., n'J.OOO |)op.. on Georgia Pacinc Rd.. 27 

m. W. of Atlanta, the State capital. A cot 

ton market. In farming country. 

NEW SOl'TII ; Tuesdays; four pages 
18x21; KUb»crlutloii«l; establlsheil 1878; Klam 
Christian, e<fUor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2 :!;*- 



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DUBLIN, c.h., Laurens Co., n l,635t 
pop., on Oconee r., 55 m. E. of Macon and 
120 W. of Savannah. Engaged in farming. 
Turpentine is the chief product. 

PEOl'IiE; Fridays; larmers' alliance: 
four pages lsx24; subscription $1 ; established 
MKl; A. H. MeLaws, editor; J. E. Ilightower, 
publisher. 

l»OST; Wednesdays; four pages 16x22; 
subscription ,$1; established 1878; H. Hicks & 
Co., editors and t>ul)llshers ; circulation L2. 

E I> U C A T I O N A 1, ADVOCATE : 
quarterly, March, June, Sei)teml)er and De- 
cember; educational; eight pages 7x10; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1887; Douglass 
Allan, editor and publisher; clrc'n L2 jj:;!::!;. 
I ie~ Actual avcrane fur the ixist year 462 
cojiies. 

EASTMAN, c. h., Dodge Co., o 1,300 
pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia 
Rd., 56 m. from Macon. Engaged In agri- 
culture and sheep raising. A shipping point 
for turpentine and lumber. 

TIMES-JOURNAI.; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 20x26; subscription $1 ; 
established ISSS; Geo G. Fol.som, editor; J. 
D.Stokes, publisher; circulation J 1. 

EAST POINT, Fulton Co., [^ 850 

pop., at the Junction of the Atlanta & West 
Point and Central of Georgia Rds., 6 m. 
from Atlanta, the State ca|iital and county 
seat. Fertilizer works and wagon factory. 

P L O W B O Y ; Saturdays; farmers' 
alliance; elglit pages li;x22; subscription $1; 
established 1884; R. F. Thompson, editor; 
Plowboy Co., publishers; circulation J 2; 
issue also the Plowboj/ and dnintry Farmer. 

r I, O W B O Y A N I) C O I N T R Y 
FAR1>1EI{; monthly; agricultural; thirty- 
four pages 'Jxl2; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 188'.l; Plowboy Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation J 1 ; Issue also the Ploiv- 
boy. 

EATONTON, c. li., Putnam Co., D 

1,750 pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 23 m. 

from Mllledgevllle and 60 from Macon. An 

agricultural district, cotton being the chief 

product. 

illESSENCJERi Saturdays: democratic: 
eight pages 15x'22; subscription $1; establlshetl 
1868 ; G. W. Adams, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 1 li";:^. 

ELBERTON, c.h., Elbert Co.,a'1.547t 

pop., on Richmond & Danville ftd., 10 m. 

from Savannah r. and 75 from Augusta. 

Cotton, corn and other grain are raised. 

GAZETTE; Wednesdays: <lemocratlc; 
four pages isx24; subscription 81 ; establlshetl 
18<.5; S. N. Carpenter, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2 :i::i:. 

WTAR; Saturdays; Independent; eight 
I pages 15x22; BUbscrli)llon $1; established 
1SH8; Sherwood & Williams, editors and pub- 
lishers; circidatlon .1 : . 

I»irsiC I.E.\l»ERi mr.nthly; ninslcal: 
four pages l(">x22; subscrmtlon $1 ; establlsheil 
1885; J. B. Vauglian, eilltor and publlslier; 
circulation Iv 1. 

EL.L.AVILLE, c. h., Schley Co., -a 

400 pop., on Huena Vista & Ellaville Rd., 

48 m. E. S. E. of CohmibuH. HiusaKrIst mill. 
Seat of Ellaville Institute. 

SCIlIiEY CO. NEWS; Thursdayn; 
ilemocratle; eight |>ngeK 18x2"; snliHCrlptlon 
$1; established 1885; R. Don Mcl.cod, editor 
I and publisher; circulation L2. 



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ELIilJAY, c. h., Gilmer Co., g 200 

pop., ou Marietta & North Georgia and 
Knoxville Southern Rds., 75 m. N. of At- 
lanta, the State capital. Has a Methodist 
seminar}', lumber mill, and spoke, barrel, 
chair and coffin factories. 

COURIERS Thursdays; republican; 
four pages lSx24 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1875; Horace M. Elllugtou, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2 H^H^- 

FAIRBURN, c. h., Campbell Co., -a 

800 pop., on Atlanta & West Point Rd., 19 m. 

from Atlanta, the State capital. Cotton, 

grain and fruit-growing section. 

CAMPBELL NEWS; Tuesdays; 
democratic ; four pages 18x24 ; subscription 
$1 ; established 1881 ; C. T. Standard, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 1. 

rAYETTEVILLE,c. h. Fayette Co., 

-a 300 pop., on Atlantic & Florida Rd., 24 

m. S. of Atlanta. 

NEWS: Fridays ; farmers' alliance, eight 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1888; S. T. & A. O. Blalock, editors and 
publishers. 

ELOWERY BRANCH, Sail Co.. 

d 458t pop., ou Richmoud & Danville Rd., 9 

m. from Gainesville, the county seat, and 

44 from Atlanta, the State capital. Has 

furniture and wagon manufactories. In 

agricultural region. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 11x16 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1889 ; E. K. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation Ll. 

FORSYTH, c. h., Monroe Co., n 2,400 
pop., ou Central of Georgia Rd., 26 m. from 
Macon. In cotton, wheat, corn and fruit- 
growing section. 

MONROE ADVERTISER; Tues 
days; democratic; eight pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $1.50 ; established 1856 ; McGinly 
& Cabaniss, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion K 1. 

FORT VALLEY, Houston Co., a 
l,629t pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 29 m. 
from Macon. Various manufactures. A 
center of trade In agricultural products. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; Independ- 
ent; four i>ages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1887 ; Kersli & Wynne, editors and 
publishers; circulation K 1. 

LEADER; Thursdays: farmers' alliance; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1890; Fagan & Royal, editors and pub- 
llsliers. 

FRANKLIN, c. h., Heard Co., -o 400 
pop., on Chattalioochee r., 38 m. N. of West 
Point, Va. Steamers ascend the river to 
this point. A farming section; the sur- 
rounding country contains large mineral 
deposits. 

HEARD CO. BANNER; Thursdays; 
Independent; four jiages 18x24; subscription 
$1; estal>llshed 1HS9; T. li. Davis, editor and 
),;:bllsher; circulation Ll. 

NEWS; Fridays; democratic; sl.\ pages 
18x21 ; BUbscrljitlon $1 ; established 1876; P. T. 
McCutchen, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2 **. 

GAINESVILLE, c. h.. Hall Co., 6 

3,200 pop., on Giiliiesvllle, Jefferson & 
Southern and Home Rds. ancl In the crcs- 



GEORGIA. 



cent formed by the Cunahle and Blue Ridge 
Mountains, 53 m. from Atlanta, the State 
capital. A summer resort. Surrounded by 
an agricultural and gold-mining district. 

EAGLE; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages 20x28; subscription $1; established 1861 ; 
J. H. Butt and John Blatts, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation K 1. 

INDUSTRIAL NEWS; Saturdays; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; James J. 
Toner, editor and publisher; circ'n J l^H^^K. 
^^r Actual average for the past year 1,010 
copies. 

SOUTHERN FARM AND FIRE- 
SIDE; monthly; sixteen pages 11x15; sub- 
scription $1; established 1SS9; Southern Farm 
and Fireside Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation K 2. 

GIBSON, c- li-i Glascock Co., D- 450 
pop., on Augusta, Gibson & Saudersville 
Rd., 14 m. from Warrenton. A cotton -grow- 
ing section. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; democratic: 
eight pages I8x24; subscription $1; established 
1883; Enterprise Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers; circulation L2. 

GORDON, Wilkinson Co., n 750 pop., 

on Central of Georgia Rd., 20 m. E. of 

Macon. Agricultural country. 

PRESS; Wednesdays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; established 
1875; R. T. Brewer, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 2. 

GREENSBORO, c. h., Greene Co., a 

1,621 pop., on Georgia Rd., 84 m. from Au- 
gusta. Cottou and corn are cultivated. 

HERALD-JOURNAL; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; twelve pages 18.x24; subscription $1.50; 
established 1866; Edward Young and W. Ad- 
dison Knowles, editors; W. Addison Knowles, 
publisher; cii'culation J 2. 

GREENVILLE, c. h., Meriwether Co., 

-a 700 pop., at the terminus of Columbus & 
Rome Rd., 72 m. S. of Atlanta. 

MERIWETHER VINDICATOR; 

Fridays; democratic: foin- pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $1 ; estal)lished 1872; Wm. T. Revill, 
editor and publisher; circulation J l;;-;^;. 

GRIFFIN, c. b., Spalding Co., -D 4,4G5t 
pop., on Central of Georgia and Georgia 
Midland & Gulf Rds., at junction of Savan- 
nah, Griffin & North Alabama Rd., 43 m. S. 
from Atlanta, the State capital. Has cotton 
factory, Iron foundry and fruit evaporators, 
etc. In a cotton .and fruit-ralslng district. 

MORNING CALL; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and MIDDLE <JEORtJIA 

FARMER, Thurdays: democratic; dally 
four pages 16.x22, weekly eight pages: sub- 
scription—daily $5. weekly $1; established 
1S89; J. P. & S. B. Sawtell, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation— dally L2, weekly K 2. 

NEWS AND SUN; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, aiul WEEKLY, Fridays; 
democratic; dally four pages 17x2^1. weekly 
eight pages l.")X22; subscription —dally f5, 
weekly $1: established 1871 ; Douglas Glessner, 
editor an<l publisher; circulation— daily K 2, 
weekly I 1 . 

E(!IIO; Saturdays; republleau; four pages 
12x18; established IS'^M; A. S. Boynton, editor 
anil publisher; circulation Ij2. 

MIODLEGEORGIA FARI>IER;(see 
Sloniiiig Call.) 

GUYTON, Efingham Co., -a 300 pop., 
on Central of Georgia Rd., 30 m. from Sa- 



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vanuah. Engaged hi the manufacture of 
turpentine and rosin. 

EFFINGHAM CO. CHRONICLE; 

Fridays; eight pages]3x20; subscription $1.50; 
established 1885; T. W. Lanier, editor aud 
publisher; circulation Li. 

HAMILTON, c. h., Harris Co.,-n 493 

pop., on Columbus & Rome Rd., 25 m. from 

Colunjbus. A mountain summer resort. 

J O U it N A Li ; Fridays: democratic; 
(our pages lsx24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1872; W. A. Farley, editor; Journal 
Co., publishers; circulation L2. 

HARLEM, Columbia Co., D- 640 pop., 
on Georgia Rd., 25 m. from Augusta. Has 
a saw and planing mill. Farming district. 

COLUMBIA SENTINEL,; semi week 
ly, Tuesdays and Fridays; democratic; four 
pages 16.V22; subscription $1 ; established 1882; 
l.V. Ballard, editor and publisher; circ'n L2. 

FAKMEKS' LIGHT; Thursdays; in- 
dependent; four pages 18x24; subscription 
SI; established 1891; J. M. Atkinson, editor 
aud publislier. 

HARMONY GROVE. Jac/cson Co., 

i} TOO i)op., on Northeastern Rd., 20 m. N. of 

Athens. In agricultural section. 

AiiE; Fridays; democratic; four pages 
18x24; subscription $1; established 1890; N. 
S. Alexander, editor; Claud Alexander, pub- 
lisher. 

HART WELL, c. li., Hart Co., cf 900 
pop., terminus of Hartwell Rd., 30 m. from 
Atlanta and 22 from Anderson, S. C. Agri- 
culture is the chief pursuit. 
SUN: Fridays; democratic; four pages 

18.X24; subscription $1; established 1876; J. H. 

Magill, editor; D. C. Alford and J. B. Thorn- 

tou, iniblishers; circulation K2>;:*. 

HAWKINSVILLE, c. h., Pulaski 

Co., a 1,800 pop., on East Tennessee, Vir- 
ginia & Georgia Rd. and Ocmulgee r., at 
head of navigation, about 48 in. from Macon. 
Surrounded by a cotton-ralslng district. 

DISPATCH AND NEWS; Thursdays; 
eight i)aKes 15x22; subscription $\.M; estab- 
lished 1867; Beverly & Waterman, editors and 
publishers; circulation II. 

HINESVILLE, c. li., Liberty Co., R 

152t pop., midway between Altamaha and 

Ogeechee rs., 30 m. from Savannah. Timber, 

cotton and rice-producing region. 

GAZETTE; Mondays; independent: 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; established 
1871; 8. D. Brad well, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L 2 . 

HOMER, c. h., Banks Co., cf 12.") pop., 
12 ni. from Harmony Grove and 20 from 
Gainesville. Agricultural district. 

B A NKS CO. GAZETTE; Wednesdavs; 
democratic; four pjiges 16.v2;J; subscription 
<1; establlsheil 1890; T. O. Rorle, eilltor; 
Banks County Publishing Co., publishers. 

JOURNAL; Thurs<lay8; democratic; 
four pages 13x20; 8ubsi;rlptlon .TO cents; estab- : 
llshed 1889; John E. Hulse, editor and pub- 1 
Usher; circulation LI. 

IR"WINTON, c. h., mikinton Co., a 

2'Vl pop., 3 m. from Mclntyre's station on 

Georgia Ci'iitral Rd. Surrounded by au 

agricultural district. 

BLA DE; Tuesdays; democratic: four 
pages lCx'22: suUicrlptlon $1 ; established 
1890; Blade Co., editors and publishers. 



OEOROIA. 



JACKSON, c. h., Butts Co., a 1,200 

pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia 
Rd., 43 in. N. of Macon aud 45 S. of Atlanta, 
the State capital. Agricultural country. 

MIDDLE GEORGIA ARGUS; 

Tuesdays; four pages 18x24; 8ub.scrlptlon 
$1.25; established 1873; D. J. Thaxton, editor 
and publisher: circulation K I. 

NEWS AND ALIilANCE: Fridays; 
Indeiieudent; lour pages 16x22; subscription 
$1; established 1881; John G. McDonald; edi- 
tor; McDonald & Jorner, publishers; circu- 
lation K 2 **. 

JASPER, c. h., Pickens Co., [i] 200 
pop., ou Marietta & North Georgia Rd., 25 
m. from Canton. In farming district. 

PICKENS CO. HERALD; Thurs- 
days; democratic; eight i)ages 19.\22; sub- 
scription $1; established I8.S7; W. B. Mlucey, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

PIEDMONT REPUBLICAN; Satur- 
days; republican; eight pages 16x23; sub- 
scription $1; established l>^!t<): J. s. Peterson, 
editor; Piedmont Republican Printing Co., 
publishers. 

JEFFERSON, c. li., Jackson Co., [h 

68S+ pop., ou Gainesville, Jefferson & South- 
ern Rd., 18 m. from Athens. Good water 
power. Has saw mill aud cotton gins. In 
an agricultural district. 

JACKSON HERALD; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 20x26; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1875; J. N. Ross, editor; Ro.ss Bros., 
publishers; circulation J 1. 

JESUP, c. h., Wayne Co., O, 863t pop., 
at junction of Savannah, Florida & West- 
ern, and East Tennessee, Vlrglnla& Georgia 
Rds. Has timber and naval stores. A 
farming country. 

SENTINEL ; Thursdays; democratic: 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1; established 
1866; John F. Stone, editor; Ben. Mlllken, 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

JONESBORO, c. h., Clayton Co., -n 

1,249 pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 20 m. 

from Atlanta and 80 from Macon. Cotton 

market. An agricultural section. 

CLAYTON CO. COURIER; Tues- 
days; four pages 18x24: subscription .§1; es- 
tablished 189 I; J. H. Wallis, Jr., editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2 H:. 

KNOXVILLE, c. li., Crawford Co.. n 
500 pop., on Atlanta cS; Florida Rd.. 15 m. 
from Fort Valley. 

CRAWFORD CO. HERALD ) Frl- 

daj's; Independent; four ));iges 15x22; sub- 
scription $1; establlsheil 1888; R. D. Smith, 
e<lltor and publisher; circulation 1.2. 

LA FAYETTE, c. h., Walker Co.,^ 

500 pop., 40 111. W. of Rome and 25 S. of 

Chattanooga, Tenn. A health resort. 

WALKER CO. MESSENGER; 

Thursdays; four pages 18x24: sub.scrlptlon 
$1; established 187i; N. C. Napier, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 2 :i::H. 

LA GRANGE, c. li., Troup Co., -a 

3,099+ pop., on Atlanta & West Point Rd., 71 
m. from Atlanta, the State capital. Has cot- 
ton-seed oil mill, guano factory, carriage 
factory and manufactories of various kinds. 
Cotton, grain and other agricultural prod- 
ucts are largely cultivated. 

<< R A P II I C ; Tuesdays ; Independent: 
four pages 18x23; subscription $1; established 



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18S8: W. \X. Randall^ cilltor and publisher; 
firculation K •,':;::!:. 

K E I* O R T E R ; Fridays : democratic ; 
four pages ir)x2.J: subscription SI; establislied 
1843; S. P. Callaway, editor and publisher; 
circulation J 1 . 

LAWRENCEVILLE, c. li., Gwin- 
nett Co., i 575 pop., on Richmond & Dan- 
ville Rd., 40 m. W. of Athens. Cotton, corn 
and wheat are the chief products. 

CiWINXETT HERALD? Tuesdays; 
democratic: four i>ai{es 19x2li: subscription 
S1.50; established 18:i; Tyler M. Peeples, edi- 
tor; J. L. Hagood, publisher; circulation K 2. 

LEARY'S, Calhoun Co., P 400 pop., on 
Central of Georgia Rd., 21 m. W. of Albany. 
An agricultural district. 

CAIiHOUN CO. COURIER; Fri 

days; democratic; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1; established 1882; J. E. Mercer, 
editor; J. L Scott, publisher; circulation L 2. 

LEXINGTON, c. li., Oglethorpe Co., 

cf 552t pop., on Georgia Rd., 16 m. from 

Athens. General trade center. 

OGLETHORPE ECHO; Fridays; in 
dependent; four pages 15x2:3; subscription $1; 
established 1874; W. A. Shaclvelford, editor 
and publisher ; circulation K 2 iY"^- 

LINCOLNTON, c. h., Lincoln Co., 

■ [/ 500 pop., 40 ni. from Augusta. Furniture 
manufacturing is tlie leading industry. 
NEWS; Fridays ; four pages 18x24; sub 
scription $1; established 1882; T. H, Remsen, 
editor and puljlisher ; circulation L2. 

EITHONIA,/>eA:rtZ6 Co., ti 1,500 pop., 
on (iciirgia Rd. Has rook (luarries. Cotton- 
growing section. 
NEW ERA; Tliursdays; democratic; 

fou r pages is x24; subscrijjtionSI ; established 

18S7; E. S. Steadmaii, editor and publisher; 

circulation K 1 J;::!::;:. 

LOUISVILLE, c. li., Jefferson Co., o 
836+ pop., on Louisville & Wadley Rd. and 
Bocky Comfort crock, 54 m. E. of Milledge- 
vUle. In an agricultural section; cotton, 
corn and sweet potatoes the chief products. 
FREE I'RESf^; Wednesdays; Independ- 
ent; four pag(!s 15x22; subscription ,'$1; estab- 
lished 18Si»; W. C. Ivy, editor and publisher; 
circulation L2. 

NEWS AND FARIWER; Thursdays; 
four pages 19x24; sul)scripl Ion $1.50 ; estab- 
lished 1883; J. W. White, editor and publisher; 
clrculatiiin K 2 ;■:;■:. 

LOVEJOY'S STATION, Cl,v,toa 

Co., -0 2.50 pop., on Central of Georgia lid., 

27 m. S. W. of Atlanta. Has a guano factory 

and hygienic Intli-tnary. 

PICAVIINK; monthly; sixteen pages 
7x11; subscription 50 oeiils; establlsliod isOJ; 
Walter II. Grant, (•(lllor and i)ublislier. 

LUMPKIN, c. h., Stewart Co., p 1,000 
pop., terminus of AmorlcuH, Preston & 
Liimpkin Rd., .36 m. W. of Anu^rlcus. Min- 
eral region. 

INDEPENDENT t Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages ISx24; subscription $1.50; 
establislied 1872; A. W. Latimer, e.lltor and 
pulillshiT; elrcnlatlon K I. 

MoDONOUGH, c li-. nenry Co., -a 
700 pop., on East Tennessee, Virginia & 
Georgia and Rome & Decatur Rds., 28 m. 



GEORGIA. 



from Atlanta, the State cajiital, and 59 from 
Macon. Cotton-shipping point. 

HENRY CO. WEEKIiY; Fridays; 

democratic; four pages lsx24; subscription 
•SI; established 1876; Fouche i* Johnson, edi- 
tors and publishers; circulation J 2 :!cH5. 

MACON, c. h., lUbh Co., n 22,698t pop., 
on Ocmulgee r., at junction of Central of 
Georgia, Covington & Macon, East Tennes- 
see, Virginia & Georgia and Georgia Rds., 
103 m. from Atlanta, the State capital, 100 
from Columbus, 124 from Augusta and 198 
from Siivannali. A cotton market and 
center of trade for surrounding country. 

EVENING NEWS; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday: democratic; four pages 20x26; 
subscription §5; established 1884; W. F. 
Combs, editor: News Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation I 2 i!::!:. 

T E li E C; R A P H ; every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages— dally 15x22, weekly 20.\24; sub- 
scription— daily $9, weekly $1 ; established 
1836; F. H. Richardson, editor; Telegraph 
Publishing Co., publishers; circ'n— daily H 2, 
weekly H 2. 

ALLIANCE ECHO; Wednesdays; 
farmer's alliance; four pages 15x2,'; subscrip- 
tion .§1; established J890; W. H. Tinker, editor 
and publisher. 

CENTRAL CITY TIMES; Satur 
davs; eight pages 13.x20; subscription .'51.50; 
established 1890; S. H. Blocker and L, Miller, 
editors and put)lishers. 

SOUTHERN TRUCKER AND 
LUMBER.^IAN ; Fridays; agriculture; 
si.xteeii ])ages 10x13; subscription .$2; estab- 
lislied 1890; News Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

GEORGIA EDUCATH)N A L JOUR- 
NAL; monthly; educational; twenty pages 
9x11: subscription $1; established 1S89: B. M. 
Zettler, editor; Teachers' Co-operative Agen- 
cy, publishers. 

M E P H I S T O P H E li I A N ; month 
ly; educational; elgiit pages 12.xlT; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1S9U: Literary Societies 
of Mercer University, editors and publishers; 
a college paper: issued during the collegiate 

'""dental liUmiNARY; quarterly; 
dental; twentyeiglit jiages 10x14: subscrip- 
t on 50 cents; estaltlished 1879; Holmes & 
Mason, editors and iiul)lisliers; ctrc'n K 2. 

MoRAE. c. h., Tel/air Co., Q 900 pop.. 

on East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Rd. 

Engaged in farming. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 15x22; subscription .SI; 
established 18s7; A. L. Ryals, editor and pub- 
lisher ; clrculalloM l\' 2. 

MADISON, c. li., Morffan Co., D 2,283t 
pop., on Georgia Rd., 68 m. from Atlanta, 
the State capital, and 10-1 from Augusta. 
A shipping point for cotton. 

A |) V E It T I S E R ; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic: eight pages 18x24; subscription $1; 
established issfi; )•;. A. Rice, editor and pub- 
lisher; cliculation K 1. 

I>lADISOMAN; Fridays; democratic; 

eight pages 15x22; subscription ■'5!1..5(l; estab- 
lished 1S7I ; C. M. Fnrlow,.Ir., editor; Furlow 
.V: Furlow, publishers; circulation K 2. 

MARIETTA, c. h., Cobb Co., t^ 3,37(Jt 
pop., on Western & Atlantic Rd., at termi- 
nus of Marietta & North Georgia Rd., 20 m. 
from Atlanta, the State capital. In an agri- 
cultural and stock raising region. 

.IOUI{NALt Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 



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Usheil 18tiS ; Neal & Masspy, editors and pub- 
lishers : clrtMitntlon K 'i :•::■;. 
TKNXENT'S H(>;^IK >IA<J A/.l NE ; 

iiuiiKhlv; liiiiisch ilil ; sixteen pa^'es liJxIl; 
siiliserl'ptioli SI; eslahllsheil lss;i; Mrs. E. K. 
Teiin«ut, eilitor anil i)iil)lislier: cire'ii L2. 

MILLEDGEVIL.LE, o. li., liaUlwin 
Co., n :i,:;lH;^ iidp., on Central ul" UeiirK'ia and 
Georgia Rils. ami Oconee r., 30 m. from Ma- 
con. The river furnishes water power for 
mining and manufacturing purposes. Agri- 
cultural district : cotton the chief product. 

C'lIKONK'l/E; Saturda.vs; democratic; 
eight pages 15.\ja; suh.scriptlon SI. 50; estab- 
llsheil I8,ti; W. J. Vauuhan. editor and pub- 
lisher: circiilaili>n K ■,':•:^;:. 

ir N I O N - It E t; O It D E R ; Tuesdays ; 
democratic; fnur pages l:")xj,'; siiliserlptlon 
«1.5ii; estalilished 1819; Barnes & Moore, edi- 
tors aiKl puhlishers; circulation K 2;!;^. 

MILN£R, Pike Co., -c 5.50 i)Oi>., on 
Central <if Georgia Rtl., ti m. from Barnes- 
vllle. 

TOW.M.UJA ME.S*iEN<;ER; month 

I.v; l)aptist; thirty panes lixH: subscription 
SI; estal)lished l^ss; Wm. T. G.)dard, editor 
and ptililisher; circulation L2 :•::•:. 

MINERAL. BLUFF, .F«/mw Co., li 
2i pi>|i., Du JIarieila .v North Georgia Rd., 
75 m. from Marietta. 

F \ N N IN C « . <i A Z E T T E : 

Thuisda.v.s; Indejiendent ; eight pages l.ixJO; 
.subscription $1; established 1887; Klijah Ellis, 
editor; Ellis & Hackney, publishers: circula- 
tion .1 1 . 

MONROE, c. h., Walton Co., ^ 9.50 
pop., on (;;iinesville, Jell'crson & Southern 
Rd. Shipping point for cotton-gi-owing 
section. 

WAI^TOX NEWS ; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages 20X an ; siiljscrlption S1.50; 
established 1881; George M. Napier, editor 
and publisher; circulation J I ;•;:•:. 

MONTEZUMA, Macon Co., -n 1,200 
pop., on Ceutr:il of Georgia Rd. and Flint r., 
49 m. from Macon and 153 from Atlairta. 
Has two .steam gins and three artesian wells. 
Shipping point for cotton-growing section. 
KECOItl); Fridays; democratic; eight 

pages 15x2.'; sul)scrlptlon $1; estab'lsiied 

iss:i; W. T. ('hrlstopher, editor and publisher; 

oil euKition K 1 :■:;■:. 

MONTICELLO, c. li., Jn.iper Co., n 
600 pr>p., on Covington & Macon Rd., 34 m. 
N. of M.icon ami ti.' S. E. of Atlanta, the 
State capital. Has saw mill and stores. 

JAMPER CO. NEWSi Thursdays; 
four pages isx24: su)>seriplion %\.ih: estab- 
lished IsAi; Mrs. T. R H.-iin, editor and pub 
lUh'T; circulation K 1. 

.•* O IJ T if ERN STA Rl VVedne.sdays; 
<lemoeratle; elglit p-i;{es WxOI; subscription 
«l ; established IhsT; P. S. Pli-rson, editor; Q. 
AV. I'ersoiis .« Sons, pubilsliers; eireula 
tloi, K 1 :■;::::::. 

Mr. VERNON, c. li., Montgomery 
Co., D 3ilO pop., I m. E. of Oconee r. and iOO 
W. of Savannah. Fine timber shipping 
point. 

I»IONTC;OMER Y MONITOR) 

Wediie^luys; deinocrutic; Tmr pages l."..\'2',>; 
sul)MTlpt|on$l..VI; e-itabll.shel ISSr,; D. G. Sul 
ton, e.nior and publisher: cireiilntion 1.2. 

NEWNAN, c. Ii., Coweta Co., -a2,«i9t 
pop., at junction Atlanta It Wcitt Point and 



OKORGIA. 



Savannah, Grllfln & North Alabama Rds. 
A cotton -shipping point. 

IIERAI.n AND AUVERTISERi Fri- 
days; democratic; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
I scriptlon $\.M\ estalilislied 18r,5 ; James E. 
Brown, editor ; Newnaii Publlsiiing Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation .1 2. 

NORMANDALE, IhuhjeCo., d 1,000 

pop., on I'.asI Tennessee, Virginia .■<: Georgia 
Rd., 13 ni. S. E. of Eastman, tlie county 
seat. Has mills, tanning and turpentine 
distilleries. Lumbering district. 
NEWS; Saturdays; farmers' alliance; 
four pages 13x2ll; subscrlpiion >}\: establlshecl 
~ Montgomery, eilitor ami pub- 



C. 



1S90; J 
Usher 

OWENS FERRY, Cavulen Co., O, 
50 pop., on Satllla r., (.0 m. fiom Brunswlclt. 
Rice i>lanting the predominating industry. 

I)().>IESTIC i:('()NO>IY; monthl.v; 
coinniereial ; four pages 13.x'2il; established 
18>9: King Mercantile Co., editors and pub- 
lishers: cireidation L2 ;!:;!:. 

OXFORD, Neiuton Co., U 800 pop., 2 

m. from Covington, the county .seat. Seat 

Of Emory College. 

I E.TIORY IMlOENIX ; monthly ; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 12xlf>; subscription §1; 
established 188li ; Students of Emory College, 
priit()rs and pnbllsliers; circulation Iv 1 ;{:;•;:;:. 
^rf~ Actual tirer(i<je for the ixift i/iiir r^'iO 
co/ties, iiuludiny one n/ierinl etiition. A Col- 
lege paper ; Issued during the collegiate 
.vear. 

PELHAM, Mitchell Co., p 500 pop., 
on Savaiuiali, Florida & Western Rd., s m. 
S. of Camilla, the county seat. Farming 
I sec'tlou. 

TI.IIES; Saturdays; independent: eight 
page> llxli;; subscription .SI; established 
; isiil ; M. V. Tison, editor ;iiul publisher. 

PERRY, c. )i., Houston Co., d 990 pop., 

on Central of Georgia Rd. and Big Indian 

creek, 28 ni. from Macon. Cotton cotintry. 

IIO.>IE .lOIJRNAIi; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; lour pages 20x21; subscription $2: 
pstablislied 187i): John H. Hodges, editor and 
publisher; circulation IC 1 :i::i;. 

QUITMAN, c. li., lirooks Co., g i.OOOf 
pop., oil Savannah, Florida & Western Rd., 
176 m. S. W. of Savannah. Center of agri- 
cultural district. 

PRESS) Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages l.ix20; subscription $1; established 1889; 
Hanlon & liroover, editors and puidlshers; 
circulation .1 1 :i;:-:. 

REIDSVILLE, c h-, Talnall Co.. R 

14U pop., 1 111. from Olioopc r. and Oil from 

Savannah. Has saw ami grist mills. In u 

farming and timber section. 

TATXAM. .lOIRNAI.) Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages 11x16; subscription 
$1; established 1879; Geo. W. Williams, editor 
and publisher; circulation L2. 

RICHLAND, Stewart ro.. J3 r.OO pop., 

on Aiiieilnis, I'reston & l.umpkin Rd., ".'5 

in. \V. of Amerleus. Mining w-ctlon. 

CJ.\/-ETTE) Fridays ; four piigi's 20x26; 
siiliseriptlon $1 : eKtablishcd lt»<l); A. J. TIhou, 
eilllor .•mil publisher. 

RINGGOLD, c. Ji., Cafooin Co.. ti 700 
ixip., on Wenterii & Atlantic Rd., 16 ni. 
from Dulton. IIS from Atlanta, (he State 



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capital, and 23 from Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Agriculture, nianufacturlnK and iiillllnK. 

NEW SOUTH OF KIN(;<;<»Iil>; 

Wednesdays: demoiTatli': four pjiges 18x24; 
subscription $1; established 1889; W. Trox 
Bankstoii, editor and puMlsher. 

ROCHELLE, Wilcox Co., g 800 

pop., on Auiericus, Preston & Lumpkin 

Rd., Su m. from Amerlcus. Has three saw 

mills. Surrounded by a cotton-growing, 

farmin.' and lumbering district. 

KEU I STER; Wednesdays: independ- 
ent; four pages 18x21; subscrlptiim SI; es- 
tablished 1S87; J. T. Lee and G. F. Nas- 
worthy, editoi 8 and publishers; circ'n L2. 

!*OLin SOUTH; Saturdays; independ- 
ent: fiiur pages 13x','l); subscription 50 cents; 
established 18;K); R. N. Owens, editor and 
V>ublisher. 

ROME, c. h., Floyd Co., tD6,9.')0t pop. 
(suburban pop. 2,000), on East Tennessee, 
Virginia & Georgia, Rome & Carrollton 
and Rome & Decatur Rds. and Coosa r. 
Important cotton depot, having two com- 
pressors. Agricultural country. 

TRIBUNE OF ROME ; everv morn 
ing except Monday, and WEEKLY, Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; eii;ht pages 15x20; 
subscription— dallv J;"<, weekly $1.5ii; estab- 
lished HST; R. R. Harris, editor; John J. 
Seay, publisher; circulation— dally II, week- 
ly H 1. 

ALLIANCE HERALD; Thursdays; 
independent; twelve pages lo.xi"; subscrip- 
tion $1: est.iblished isss; Alliance Herald Co., 
editors and jpubllshcrs; circ'n J I. 

PEOPLE'S JOURN.VLs Fridays; re- 
publican; four panes I.')X22; subscription .§1; 
established 18s9; S. Rutherford, editor; .Tour 
nal Publishing Co., publishers: an or(;an of 
the nekTo race. 

SANDERSVILLE, c. Ii., Washing- 
ton Co., D l,sOTf pop., terminus of Augusta, 
Olbson &. Sandersvllle and Sandersville & 
Tennllle R<ls., 64 m. from Macon. The center 
of trade for a cotton-growing country. 

HERALD AND (;E0U<H.\N; Thurs 
days ; democratic ; four panes lsx24: sub 
scriptlon $1 ; established 1841 ; William Park, 
editor and piil>llKher; circulation .1 1 :>;;!:. 

MIDDLE (;EOIt<;iA PROGI^ESS; 
Tuesdays; democratic; einht pages 1()X22; 
■ubscrinlloii $i ; eslabllsheil 1H87: C. H. Chap 
man, editor and publisher; circ'n .1 1 :!;;[:. 

SAVANNAH, c. b., Chatham Co., 0, 
41,7fi.'t pop., terminus <if Central of Georgia, 
Charleston & .Savannah, City & Suburban, 
and Savannah, Florida* Western Kds., and 
on Savannah r., 18 m. from Its mouth. 
Large <|uaiitltles of cotton, rice and lumber 
are exported. Noted for Its numerous pub- 
lic srpiares. 

MOIIMNC Vi: WS| every mornlnK, 
^ ^ and NEWS, Salur 

A >_ days ; dem(K;ratlc; 
<, daily eight 




TIAIEi$ I every evening except Sunday; 
independent; eight pages ISx'Jl: subscription 
So; established ISffi; 6. Hartridge, editor; 
Savannah Times Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation H 2. 

(GEORGIA FA.MILIEN-JOURNAL» 
Saturdays: German; eight pages 17x'22; sub- 
scription $4; established 1881; Ruemmler & 
liusse. editors and publishers: circ'n K 2. 

INDEPENDENT AND BROTHER- 
HOOD : Saturilays; indejiendent ; four 
pages 16x'22: sul)scrlptlon $1.50; established 
1887; W. Orr & Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation K 2. 

LOCAL; Saturdays; eight page.s 11x16; 
subscription 81; established 1877; Ely Otto, 
editor ami publisher; circulation K 1. 

NEWS: (See Morning .NVirs.) 

TRIiil NE; Saturdays; four pages 13x20; 
subscription Sl.'25: established 18X5; Tribune 
Publishing Co., tMlltors and publishers; cir- 
culation K. 1 : organ of the negro race. 

OLD HOMESTEAD: monthly; 
literary; forty i>ages 11x16; subscription $1; 
established issii; F. J. Murray, editor; Davis 
Bros., publishers ; circulation (" 1. 

SOUTHERN DKIJi AND PAINT 
REVIEW; monthly; commercial; seven- 
ty six pages Utxl'!; established lsS6. 

SMITHVILLE, Lee Co., J3 7r,0 pop., 
at junction of Eiifala and .\lbauy Branches 
of South Western Rd., 12 m. from Americas. 
Fruit and grain district. 

LEE CO. NEWS; Saturdays: demo- 
cratic: eight pages i;<x20; subscription SI; 
established 1884: George E. Clarke, editor 
and ptiblishcr; circulation L2. 

SPARKS, Berrien Co., Q 500 pop., on 

Georgia. Southern .'t Florida Rd.. :>4 m. 

from Valdosta. Fruit growingand farndng 

section. 

RERRIEN CO. PIONEER: Fridays; 
Independent; four pages 15x22; established 
l-<ss ; R. T. Alhii.i-dltor; Pioneer Printing Co., 
liublj^licrs: circulation K2;!::!:. 

SPARTA, c. li., Hancock Co., a l,738t 
pop., on Georgia Rd., about midway be- 
tween Augusta and Macon. Center of an 
agricultural region. 
ISH MA ELITE; Fridays; democratic: 

four pages '2(lx'26; subscription SI: established 

1S79: Sidney Lewis, .-dltor: Ixnvis \ Roberts. 

publishers; circulation .1 I :•:;':. 

SPRING PLACE, c. li., Mnrrav 

Co., 'J 'i'O pop., 12 m. fr«)m Dalton. Engaged 
In m.iniifnctnriiin. 

N O K T If ii E (» R G I A T I M E S t 

Thursd.ivs; four p.-iRcs 15x'22: subscription 
SI: established 1881; C. N. King ami S. B. Car- 
ter, Cflltors and publishers: circulation L2. 

SPRING VALE, fiamlolph Co., p 
l.'iii pop., on Ceiitnil of Georgia Rd. 7 m. W. 
of CuthlK'rt, the c-oimty seat. 
<■ I T I Z EN I Thursdays; Independi'Ut; 

four iiMK'es i:ix20; subscription .'lO (•(•nis; eg- 

tabllslii'il 189(1: J. \V. DeiinlnK'ton. editor and 

publlslier. 



cuiatlon- 



1 16x22, weekly hI X- 
iteen pages; sub- 
I script Ion — daily 
|<1U, weekly S1.2S; 
I'lHtabllshed 18S0; 
I r. H. Kitlll, cdlbor 

iiid p ibllsher ; cir- 

•<lnlly a 1. weo'tly O ;. | 



pages STATESBORO, <•• li . fiulloch Co.,a- 

5:i.')f po|<., .'lO m. froni Savannah. In an agri- 
cultural dislrhl. 

KA<>i<Ei Thursdays; democratic; four 
pak'i'H l.'ix'22: subscription $1; estiibllHhed 
I8H4: .1. A. Ilranneii, editor and publisher; 
ciri'ulatlon L2. 



SUMMERVILLE. <•• li-, Chattooga 
Co., "cjiMX) pup., on Chattooga r.,9;) m. X. W. 



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OKOIiOIA. 



of Atlanta, the State capital. A center of 

(rude. In an aKrIciiltural district. 

<'II A TTOJMJ A NEWfSi ThurHdiiys; 
dciiiocriitlc; l■l^'ln iiagt-s l.'ixV..'; HtibHcrlptlon 
tl.'iOi estalilUh.-d KST; J. \V. Cain, editor and 
pulilislifr; circulation J 1. 

SUMNER. }rorth Co., g 300 pop., on 

Uriinswick « Western Rd., 26 m. E. of 
Albany. Yellow pine timber and farm- 
ing section. 

WORTH CO. LOC'AI.i Snturdnyg; 
deiiUH-rallc; four pa^es 17x24; subscription 
$1: established 1885; W. A. Allen, editor and 
publlslicr; clri'iil:itloii K 1. 

S WAINSBORO. c. h., Emanuel Co., 

D- 450 i)op., 75 ni. from AuKuata. Corn, 
cotton and sugar arc the chief productH. 
I'INE KOREjSTi Fridays : farmers' al 

llaiicc; four pawes iri.\22: subsorlpdon $1.50; 

established 1^76: W. E. Arnold, editor and 

publisher; circulation K 1. 

SYLVANIA, c. li., Screven Co., n- 374 

pop.. At lirinltuis of .Sylvanla Ud., 60 m. 

from Savannah. Lticallon of a seminary. 

TEIiEIMIONEi Mondays: democratic: 
four pages 16x22; subscription $1; establlsheil 
1879; W. L. Mathews, Jr., editor and pub 
Usher; cln-iilatlon K 2 H:^:^:- 

TAXBOTTON, o. h.. Talbot Co., -a 

1,285+ pop., at termlnu.s of Talbotton Rd., Si 
m. N. E. of Columbus. Hu.s steam grist mill 
and cotton gin. 

NEW EKA I Tuesdays; Indepenilent; 
four page* 20x26; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1883: J. T. Dixon and J. B. McOehee. 
e<Iltors ; New Era Publishing Co., publish- 
er-: circulation K 1. 

WEST (;E0K(;IA news t Thurs 
da\8; Independent ; eight i>ages 15x22; sub- 
scription 81; established 1^90; S. H. Baldwin, 
editor: West Georgia N'ews Publlshiag Co., 
publishers. 

T ALiL APOOSA, ITaraUon Co., <].-., 000 
I>.>|... '<ix GeorK'la Tacltlc Rd. In the miclst 
of rlihlron belt.s, tlmlM>r and farming lands. 
I>ISI».\T4'H : Tuesdays: Independent: 
eight pages 15x^2 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1890; H. J. OShlelds. eilltor and pub- 
lisher. 
JOI'RNAIi J Fridays; democratic; four 

{>ages 2ox2fi; subscription $1 ; establlslietl 
*<7: Hall ft Matthews, editors and publish- 
ers; circulation .I2*:Jc. 

THOMASTON. c. li.. Upton Co., -Q 

l.Tiii |.o|,., .,11 Ciiiral of Georgia Ril., 80 m. 

S. of Atlanta, the State capital. Engaged In 

furniture and carriage manufacturing. 

TIMES; Krldavs; democratic; four 
pngeit ISx24: 8ulj<icrlptl<in $1 ; entabllshed 
1««9; E. W. Mori-ock, editor and publUher; 
circulation K 1 rt:^:. 

THOMASVILLE. c. li.. Thomn* Co., 
4,.vo pop., on .S-ivannah, Florida & West- 
em R<l., 200 ni. from Savannah. A winter 
report. A cotton an<l wool section. 

TI.MES.ENTEKIMUSKi every even 
In.- e», . |,t -MMi.i.n, „,„i \\ KKK I. V, «•>•••- 
d.i ■ Ic ; four , 

» i^.Tlptl... 

$ I : e •* I n r » 1 1 - 

Trlplctl, el 

int: Co., pu 

w.-.lclr .1 1 :;:;;;. - . . . 

PEOI'KKS ErONOMISTi Saturdays; 

1" ' • '; four pnge« i.lxa; sulMtcrlpllon 



#1; established 1890; Joe U. Haaiiey, editor 

anil publisher. 

THOMSON, c. li.. McDnffle Co., o 
H7(i iK)p., on Georgia Rd., 'Jn m. from Au- 
gusta. Cotton, corn, wheat and sweet pota- 
toes are the chief products. 

McDUFFIE JOIJRNAIit Wednes- 
days; democratic; eight pages 22x:!«): sub- 
scrli.tlon $1; estnbllslie<l 1S71: Jordan E. 
While, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

TOCCOA, irubersham Co., cf l.ioof 
pop., 9:1 m. from .Vtlanta. the State ca[iltal, 
on Richmond & Danville Rd. Farming 
region. 

NEWSt Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; establlshe.l 
1873: J. W. Harris, e<lltor: K. SchafTer, pub- 
lish. r; cin-ulatloii K 2 :[::■:. 

TUNNEL, HILL., Whitfield Co.. \^ 

850 pop., on Western & Atlantic Rd.. 8 m. N. 

of Dalt'>n, the county seat. Agricultural 

an<l stock-raising district. 

ENTERIMMSEi Thursriays; fnrmers' 
alliance; four pages 15x22; established IHINI; 
W. S. Malilri, eilltor and publisher. 

VAL.DOSTA, c. h., Lowndes Co., g 

2,So6+ pop., on Siivannah, Florida & Western 

Rd., 157 m. from Savannah. Cotton, sweet 

potatoes, sugarcane, rice and corn are the 

chief products. 

TIMESi Saturdays: ilemocratic: eight 
pages 15x2j; subscription $1.5<»: established 
18»;7; C. R. Pendleton, editor; Pendleton & 
Pecples. publishers; circulation J 2. 

VIENNA, c. li., Dooly Co., g 700 pop., 
on Georgia Southern & Florida Rd., 57 ra. 
S. of Macon. S«at of Vienna Institute. Has 
saw mills and turpentine st.lls. Surround- 
ed b.v rich farming country. 

l'KO(;i{ESSt Tues.iays; Independent; 

eight pages lTx24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 18S2: J. E. Howell and I.. A. .Morgan, 
editors and pulilisliers. 

VILIiA RICA, Carroll Co.. -a 600 
pop., on Georgia Pacific Rd., 14 m, .N. K. of 
Camdlton, the county seat. Farming sec- 
tion. 

RECORD) Fridays; four pages 18x35; 
subscription $1: <-stabiished 1890; W. Oacar 
Gr<K-e, eilltor and publisher. 

WADLEY, Jefferson Co., o on Cen- 
tral of Ueorgia and I>iulsv|||c A Wadley 
Rd., 10 in. S. of Louisville, the county seat. 
LumlM>rlng and agricultural district. 
IIER.\I.I>| We<lne»<lays: fanners' alli- 
ance; four pages 13x211; KuliM-rlptlon $1; 
established buO: W. C. Ivey. editor and pul>- 
llsher. 

WARRENTON, c. I... W,irren ro.,o- 

!.••"-'•' l-'l' , on (j.or„ia R<|.. 52 in. from AU- 
gusla. Agriculture Is the chief occupation. 
CLIPPER) Fridays; .lemo,r,.ti. f..Mr 

pages lHx2l: huimcriiition $1 ; put 

Win. F. Wllholt. editor and pul . 

Intlon K : 

WASHINGTON, c.li., WilkeiCo.,^ 

3,00) |»op., on G<-<>rgla Ril., 70 in. from 

Augusta. A cotton and grnln coiintry. 

C If ROM C I. K I W. ilemo- 

cratic: four pnites I.'ix32: .'i.^ ii$l: i«- 

UblUhed ISMJ; Wilkes Publlhhlng ■ o.,v<||tur« 



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GEORGIA. 



and nubllshera: circulation Kl; issue also 
the Gazrtti-. 

GAZETTE ; Saturtlays ; democratic ; 
four paxes I5x2"2; subscription SI; estab- 
lislied 1866: Wilkes PublishinK Co., editors 
and Dublisliers; circulation Kl; issue also 
the Chiimicli'. 

WATKINSVILLE. c. h., Oconee 

Co., [j 350 pop., T m. from Athens. In a 

farming region. 

OCONEE ENTERPRISE; Fridays; 
demoeratic; four pages ls.\".i4; subscription 
$1; established 1SS7; J. C. Johnson, Jr., editor 
and publislier: oireulatioii L2. 

WAY CROSS,c.h., JFare (7o.,C^ 3,56-2t 

pop., on Brunswick & Western and Savan- 
nah, P'lorida & Western Rds., 96 ni. from 
Savannah. Naval stores and lumber manu- 
facturing place. 

HEADLIGHT; Wednesdays; farmers' 
alliance: four pages 18x21; subscription $1; 
established 1883; James M. Freeman, editor; 
Wni. Parker, publisher; circulation J 1 ij;;;:. 

REPORTER; Saturdays; democratic: 
four pages lsx24; subscription SI ; established 
1880; H. P. Brewer, editor; D. B. Sweat, pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

WAYNESBORO, c. h., B»rke Co., 

a- 1,745-|- pop., on Central of Georgia Rd., 
32 m. S. of Augusta and 100 N. W. of Sa- 
vannah. Has oil mill and fertilizer com- 
pany. 

TRUE CITIZEN; Saturdays: independ- 
ent; four pages isx24; subscription $2: estab- 
lished 1882; Sullivau Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers: circulation K 2. 

W^EST BOW^ERSVILLE, Frank- 

lin Co., cj 200 pop., at junction of Carnes- 

vllle and Richmond & Danville Rds. A 

shipping point foi' cotton-growing section. 

Iron ore and other minerals are found in 

the vlcinit.v. 

AMERICAN UNION; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages 15,\22; subscription $1 ; 
established IBS:"); W. F. Bowers, .editor; 
Union Publishing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion K 1 ;;;>l:;i;. 

WEST POINT, Troup Co., -a 2,000 
pop., on terminus At ]ai]ta& West Point Rd., 
15 m. S. W. of La Grange, tlie county seat. 
Engaged principally In agriculture and 
manufacturing. 

PRESS; p'ridavs; independent: four 
pages 11x16: subscription $\: est:ibllshed 
1879; W. B. Callahan, editor and publisher. 

WHIGHAM, /:'cca<«r Co.. p 100 pop., 
on Saviinnali, I'lorlda it Western Rd., 25 m. 
W. of Thoniasville. Agriculture and fer- 
tilizer manufacturing are the predominat- 
ing industries. 

\VEI..C03IETII)IN<;S;senii niotithly: 
inethodlst; four paf;es I5.\22: subscription ','> 
cents; established I8:ifl; L. U. Wilson, editor 
and publisher. 

WILLACOOCHEE, Coffee Co., g 
121) pop., on Brunswick & Western Rd., 100 
m. from Brunswick. 

NEWS; Thur.sdays; flemocrallc; four 
page*lsx2-l; sub.Hcrlptlon $1 ; eslabllshed IKSH; 
E. L. V'Ickers. editor; News Publishing Co., 
juibllsliers; circulation L2. 

TII>IES; nionthlv; evangelical: four 
Itages I.lxlli; siibsi-rljitlon M) cents; eslal) 
llshed iss!t! Hev. J. H. H. SIngstackc, editor 
and publislier. 



GEORGIA. 



WRIGHTS VIIiLE, c. ,li., Johnson 
Co., a 1,000 pop., 130 m. W. of Savannah. In 
an agricultural section. 

H E A I) 1. 1 a H T ; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four i)ages 1.TX22; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1880; John M. Hutr, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

ZEBULON, c. h.. Pike Co., -n350 pop., 

on Atlanta & Florida Rd., 10 m. from Barues- 

villc. Engaged in agiieultiu'e. 

PIKE VO. JOURNAL,; Tuesda.vs; 
democratic; four pages 18x24; subscription 
SI; established l-^SS; Parry Lee, eilitor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 



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ALBION, c. h., Cassia Co., ^i 500 pop. 
32 m. by stage from Minidoka, nearest sta- 
tion on Union Pacific Rd., and 110 from 
Ogden City, Utah. In agricultural and 
stock-raising district. 

CASSIA CO. TOIES: Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four jjages 18x24; subscri|)tion §3; es- 
tablished 1S86; T. C. Hamm.md, editor; F. C. 
Hamsay, publisher; circulation K 1. 

BELEEVUE, c. li., Logan Co., g 1,400 

pop., on Union Pacific Kd. Lead and silver 

mining and farming country. 

HERALD; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages l:")x22; subscription .$4; established 
181t0: A. J. Graham, editor and publisher. 

BLACKFOOT, c. h., Bingham Co., 

Q, 500 pop., on Utah & Northern Rd. Agri- 
cultural, mining and stock-raising region. 

IDAHO NEWS; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages I5.V22; subscription $3; established 
1887; I. W. Jones, editor; Norman Jones, 
publisher; circulation L2. 

BOISE CITY, c. h., Ada Co., p 
Slnte Capital, 3,500 pop., on Kastern ter- 
minus of Idaho Central and Union Pacilic 
Rds., and N. bank of Boise r. Trade center 
for an agricultural country. 

I D A H O STATESMAN: every morn- 
ing except Momlay, and WEEKLI , Satur- 
days; republican ; four pages— daily 18x24, 
weekly 20x26: Rul)scription— daily §10, week- 
ly $3; established 1861: Statesman Printing 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation- 
daily K 1 :!"!::!;. weekly J I j!::!::!:. 

IDAHO DE>H>CRAT; semi weekly, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays ; demoeratic; 
fourpages 18x21; suliserlption .§5; established 
1879; A. J. Boyakin, editor and publisher; ch'- 
cvilation K 1. 

HOISE SUNDAY SUN; Sundays; re- 
puliliean; ten pages 16x22: sub.scription $10; 
establish<Ml 1890: Sun Publishing Co., editors 
and publlslieis. 

il O l{ NET; Saturdays ; humorous; 
sixteen pages Hxll; subscription $3; estab- 
lished ls9(i: J. I). FIcnner, editor and pub- 
lish. -r. 

CALDWELL, Ada Co.. J3 300 pop., 
on Union Paclllc Rd., 26 ni. from Boise Cily, 
the county seat and capital of the State. 
Agricultural and stock-raising region. 

T R I RUNE; Saturdays ; independent: 

eight pages 13x20; sid)scrlptlon $3: established 
las;!; Steiiiienberg Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers; clienlallon L2. 

CLAYTON, (nslcr Co.. n 100 pop., 
2;f m. fnun ChalllH, the eoiinly seal. 
SILVER ;»IESSKNGEI{; semi-weekly, 

Mondays and Thursdays; Indejjendent; four 



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pages 15x2.'; sulisi'riptloii §6; established 1881; 
K A. Pierce & Sons, editors and publishers; 
•ClnillatUm I. J :■::;:. 

C(EUR D'ALENE, Kootenai Co., \j 
150 po)).. termliuis Spokane Falls & Idaho 
Rd.. :il 111. fr(^iii Sjiokaiu- Falls, Wash. In 
uiiiiin^ region. 
TI.>IES; Thnrsdavs; Independent; eight 

pages I"lX,^•: subscription §:!; established lass; 

Times I'lililishing Co., editors and publishers; 

ciivulati<in 1, ■,'. 

O E N E S E E , Latah Co., \j 500 pop.. 

terminus Spokane & Palouse Rd., In Lower 

Palonse or Cow Creek valley, KX) m. S. of 

Spokane Falls, Wash., and 14 from Moscow, 

the eounty seat. An agrifultural section. 

ADVEKTISF.R; Saturdays: independ- 
ent republican: four pages 17.\24: subscrip- 
tion .<!■.': established ISSS; C. C. Ncal, editor 
and jiubll-her: ciiciil:ition L 1 :!::!;. 

GRANGEVIL.LE, I'Iftho Co., a 130 
po|>., Gl 111. from Lewlston. In a mining. 
. farming and stock-raising section. 

ID.VIIO ("O. FREE I'KESS; Fri 

davs; democratic: four pages is.\2l: subscri|i- 
tlon .$o: established IS^ti: A. F. Parker, editor 
and pul)llsher; circulation Iv "i ;|;^. 

HAIIiEY, c. h., Alturns Co., g 25,000 
pop., on Union Pacific Rd. and Wood r., 120 
m. from Boise City, the State capital. Hot 
mineral water springs. Situated in a rich 
mineral belt, .\griculture and mining. 

wool) KIVER \EWS-HII\ER; 

every mornlngexeept Monday, and WEEK- 
LiY. Saturdays: daily four pages lox .'d, week- 
ly six jiages 16x22; subscrintlon— daily .^10, 
weekly $.•?; established — dallv 1S83, weekly 
1881: Richards & Richards, editors and pub- 
lishers: circutntion -dallv l\ 1, weeklv K 2. 

WOOI> RIVER TI.1IE!^s evcrV even 
!ng except Sunday, and WEEIvIiY, 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages— daily 
16.X22, wfeklv isx24: subscription— liailv ,Slii, 
weeklv St!; established —dailv IW2. weekly 
1881 ; T. E. Picotte, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation—dally !v 1 :•;, weekly K 2 :^.. 

IDAHO CITY. c. h.. lioUe Co., u 

TOO pop., at conlluence of Elk and Moor's 

creeks, about 35 m. E. N. E. of Boise City, 

the State capital. Gold and silver found 

and mined in vicinity. Farming section. 

IDAHO WORM); semi weekly, Tues- 
<lavs and Fridavs; indeiiendeiit ; four pages 
lsx24; subscription SiI.tO; established 1864; 
H. & C. Y.. Jones, editors and publishers ; cir- 
culation I, 2 :■;. 

IDAHO FALLS. liinghnm ^-o., 0,2,000 
piip., on Utah & N.irth<-rn Kd. and Snake r. 
Agricultural and mining seethin. 

IDAHO REJJISTER; Saturdays; inde 
l>eiidc-nt: four paces 20x2''.: subscription S.1; 
established HSO; Win. K. Wheeler, editor and 
)>obllsher; circulation IC 2 :|:^. 

KETCHUM, Altnras Co., g terminus 

of Wo<kI River br. of Oregon Short LIni'Rd.. 

12 m. from Halley, the county seat. In the 

Wood River mining district. 

K E Y >< T O X E t Saturdays ; four pages 
l'<x24: subsc-rlption $4: establlsheil iaS2; Bow 
man ft Sutton, editors and publishers; circu- 
lation 1.2. 

LE WISTON, c. h.. yet Perces Co.. b 

l,fi(W pop., at Junction of Snake and Clear- 
water rs. Connected by steamlxiat during 
season of navigation with |iorts of the Pocl- 



IDAHO. 



flc Ocean and towns on Columbia r. ; ;ilso 

connected by stage with Walla Walla, 

Wash., 85 m. distant. A wheat country. 

TEIjLER; Thursdays; four pages 18x24; 
subscription.?:!: estalilislied ISTti; C. .\. Foies- 
iiiau.e(litor anil piiliiisher; circulation L2:i5. 

MALAD CITY, c. h., Oneida Co.,Q, 

l.OiiO pop. A mining and farming district. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; four pages 
18x24; sulKscilpllon $2: established 1879; R. 
H. Davis, editor and poljlislier; circ'n I.,2. 

MONTPELIER, near Lake Co., R 

iJiKl p.p.. on Union Pacific Rd. Lumber, 

dairying and farming section. 

OBSERVER ; Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages 18x24; subscription §3: estalillslied 
188.1; Kldridge .t Hardy, editors iind publish- 
ers; circulation L 1 . 

MOSCOW, c. li., Latah Co., ^ :i,7(iOt 
pop., terminus of Mosco%v Branch Union 
Pacific Rd. Seat of State University. Mill- 
ing, mining, stock-raising and agriculural 

district. 

I>IIRROR; Fridays; four pages 18x24; 
subsciiption S2 ; established 1882: Jolly Bros., 
editors and publishers; circulation L2. 

ST.\ R O F I n A II O; Fridays: Inde- 
pendent (lemocratic: elglit ))agcs 15x2"2; sub- 
scription .$3; established 18H7; J. L. Brown, 
editor and publisher; circulation .7 1 Ji;:!;;-:. 

MOUNTAIN HOME, Elmore Co., Q 
25U pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 50 m. from 
Boise City, the State capital. Stock-raising 
section. 
I DA HO :>IA I lit Thursdays: eight pages 

13x20; establislieil 18^9 ; S. D. Taylor, editor 

and publislier; circulation 1.2:;:. 

MULLAN, Shoshone Co., [^ 300 pop., 

terminus of Coeur d'AIene Railway and 

Navigation Go's Rd. Mining and smelting 

carried on. 

TRI RUNE; Thnrsdavs: f<Mirpages 15x22; 
subscription $3; established 188!l: H. C. Plgott, 
editor andiinliiisher; circulation LI. 

MURRAY, c. li., Shoshone Co., i 1,200 

pop., on Northern Pacific Rd. Situated In 

CcEur d'AIene mining section. 

CffilJR D'AI.ENE SUN; Wednesdays; 
dcinix-ratic: four pages 13x20; subscrljitlon 
SI: est.ibllshed 1884; Cli:is. Swaiiie, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2 

NAMPA, Ada Co., p 3.M pop., on 

Union Pacific Rd., 19 m. from Boise City, the 

.State capital .\grlcultural rc'glon. 

I»RO<iRESSs Saturdavs; labor: four 
pages •>0x2r.: subs.rliitloii .•*.!: establishe.l 1878; 
D. Bacon, editor and publisher; circ'n L 2 sj:. 

OSBURN, Shoshn}ia Co.. ^ 27 poj)., on 
NorlhiTii I'aclllc Rd., 8 m. from Wardner. 
In mining section. 

<(Eril D'AI.ENE STATESMAN; 

Fridays; four |iages 15x22; subscription $5; 
eslabllshed W<0. 

PARIS, c. li., Hear Lake Co.. Q, 1.000 
pop., 10 m. from .Montpeller, the nearest 
station on Union Pacific Rd. Cheese- 
making and stock raising region. 

SOITHERN IDAHO INDEFEND- 
ENT; Frhlavs: latter day s.ilnts ; fourpages 
•20x26; subscription $:! ; established 18SS; 
James H. Hart, i^dltor and publisher; cir- 
culation L3. 



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IDAHO. 



PAYETTE, Ada Co., p 360 pop., on 

Union Pacific Kd. and at confluence of Pay- 
ette and Squaw rs. Farming district. 

TRANSCRIPT; Saturdays; four pages 
17x24: subscription $2; established 1S90; Wm. 
P. Glenn, editor and publisher. 

POCATELLO, Bingham Co., O, 1,000 
pop., on Union Pacific Rd., 2;3 m. from 
Blackfoot, the county seat. Stock-raising 
district. 
TRIBUNE; Thursdays; republican; four 

pages 18x24; sul)scrlption S3; established 1890; 

A. W. Brown, editor and publisher. 
ROCKY MOUNTAIN MESSEN- 
GER ; ^see Rawlins, Wyo.) 

RATHDRUM, c. h., Kootenai Co., ^ 
200 pop., on Northern Pacific Rd., 29 m. 
from Spokane Falls, Wash. 

KOOTENAI COURIER; Wednes- 
days; four pages 18x24; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1881; M. W. Musgrove, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

REXBURO, Bingham Co., 0,200 pop., 

22 ni. from Market lake and 9 X. E. of Pebble. 

PRESS; Fridays; eight pages 15x22; es- 
tablished 1890; Phineus Tempest, editor and 
publisher. 

ROCKY BAR, c. h., Elmore Co., g 

200 pop., 95 m. from Boise City, the State 

capital. 

BULiIjETIN; Fridays ; Independent ; 
four pages lsx24; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1S.S9; G. M. Payne, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2 ^H^. 

SALMON CITY, c. h., Lemhi Co.. a 
800 pop., ou Salmon r. Mining, milling and 
boatbuilding carried on. Agricultural dis- 
trict. 

IDAHO RECORDER; Thursdays; four 
pages 1(1x22: subscription $4; established 1885; 
Sirs. Ada Merritt, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2. 

SALiUBRIA, Washington Co., -D 39 m. 

from Weiser, the county seat. Timber and 

farming country. 

IDAHO CITIZEN; Fridays; independ- 
ent; lour pages 18x24; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1889; E. Larnton, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 1 . 

SHOSHONE, Logan Co., g 900 pop. 

Junction Oregon Short Line and Wood River 

Brs. of Union Pacific Rd. Car shops here, j 

.1 O U R N A Ij ; Saturdays : eight pages 
20x26; subscription $4; established 1884; W.C. 

B. Allen, editor; Journal Printing Co., pub- ' 
Ushers; circulation L 2. 

SILVER CITY, c. h., Owyhee Co., p 

593 pop., on Jordan creek. Stage from Boise 

City, the State capital, 60 m. Quartz and 

placer mining carried on and several mills 

running. Farming and stock raising region. 

IDAHO AVALANCHE; Saturdays; 
lndci>endent ; four pages 14x21; 8ubscrli)tlon 
$r,; establlshe<l 1865; l.ftiiil> & York, editors 
and publishers; circulation K 1^. 

VOLLMER, Latah Co., \^ In milling, 
mining, stock-raising and agricultural dis- 
trict. 

VEDETTE: Fridavs; republican; eight 

pag<-H l«.\2l: ku1is.tIi)IIom«2: cstabllKhed 1890; ! 
T. E. Edmun<lsoii, editor and publisher. | 



IDAHO. 



"WALLACE, Shoshone Co., [^ 75 pop.» 
on Cceur d'Alene Railway and Navigation 
Go's Rd., 13 m. from Wardner. 

((EUR D'ALENE MINER; Satur 
days; eight pages 15x22; subscription .S3; es- 
tablished 1890; Dunn Bros., editors and pub- 
lisliers. 

PRESS; Saturdays; Independent; four 
pages 15,x22; subscription $3; established l:-87j 
Adam Aulbach, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2 ;f:5;;. 

WARDNER, Shoshone Co., [j 1,20(> 

pop., terminus Cceur d'.\lene Railway and 

Navigation Co's Rd. Mining section. 

NEWS; Saturdays; Independent; four 
pages 13x20; subscription $5 ; established 18J-'6; 
News Publishing Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation L 2. 

WEISER, c. h., Washington Co., -Q 

a")0 pop., on Union Pacific Rd. Mining and 
stock-raising district. 

LEADER; Fridays; Independent ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2.50; established 
1882 ; H. S. King, editor; Leader Publishing 
Co., publishers: circulation L2. 

SIGN.AL; Thursdays; four pages 17x24; 
subscription $2; established 1890; R. E. Lock- 
wood, editor and publisher. 

ILLINOIS. 

ABINGDON, Knox Co., -n 1,500 pop., 
on crossing of Central Iowa and Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Rds., 10 m. from Gales- 
burg, the county seat. Seat of Abingdon 
and Heddlng Colleges. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; independent; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.5U; established 
1882 ; D. & W. H. Clark, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation L 2. 

ENTERPRISE; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $\.M; estab- 
lished 1880; Reed & Pendarvis, editors and 
publishers; circulation K 2 iSH:*. i^^ Actual 
avi'ragr for tlic past year T.>5 copies. 

RECORD; monthly; educational; 
twenty pages sxll; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1876; Students of Hcdding College, 
editors and publishers; circulation K2; 
a college paper; issued during the collegiate 
year. 

ALBION, C. li., Edtoards Co., R 1,150 
, pop., on Louisville, Evansvllle & St. Louis 
Rd., 170 m. S. E. of Springfield, the State cap- 
ital. Seat of Albion Normal University. 
Wagon and carriage manufacturing and 
milling are the leading liidustrie.-i. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $1.2."); estab- 
lished 186!»: Walter Colyer, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J l^;;);. 

ALEDO,c- li., Mercer Co.,)j 1,000 pop. 
(wllh suburbs 2,0ri0), on Chicago. Burling- 
ton & Quincy Rd., 14 m. from Mississippi r. 
and 25 from Rock Island. Stock and grain 
the principal shipments. Coal In the vicin- 
ity. In farming district. 

DE.MOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1880; George M. Kames, editor; Hen- 
derson & Eames, publishers: circulation IC 1. 

RECORD; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages .J(ix26: subs<'rlptlon $2; estab- 
llshe<l 18.57; John Porter ■^t Son, editors and 
publishers; circulation K 2. 

TL^IESt Wednesilavs; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscrljitlon $1.5u; established 



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1884; Mltoht'll & Blazer, editors and publish- 
ers; circulation K 'i. 

ALEXIS, Warren Co., -a 666^ pop., on 
ChlcuKO. BurliUKtoa & Qiiliu-y Rd., 15 m. 
from Monmouth, the county seat, and 14 
from GalesbuPK. Manufactures brick and 
tile and agricultural Implements. Clyde- 
ilale horses raised here. 
AlKilisS t Wednesd.-iys ; Independent; 

four paKcs 17x24; subscription $1.2!>; estab- 

llsheil 1SS«: D. M. Harkrader editor; D. M. 

H:irkrait(r ,t Co., publishers; circ'n K 1 :|wl:. 

ALMIRA, Cook Co., □' a suburb of 
Chicago. 
DEMOCRAT; (see Chicago Hccord.) 

ALTA, Peoria Co., o 300 pop., on Rock 

Island & Peoria Rd., 9 m. N. W. of Peoria, 

the county seat. Cheese-manufacturing 

and farming district. 

BA KN r.>I'S TEIiEPHONEj (see 
Princevlllc.) 

ALTAMONT, Effingham Co., q l,046t 
pop., on Ohio & Mlsslssli)pl, Terre Haute & 
Indiana;K>lls and Wabash Rds. A grain- 
shipping point. Has flie, furniture and 
other factories and flouring mills. 

NEWS; Thursdays; Independent; eight 
pages 13x211; subscription $1.50; established 
1881; L. J. Wallich, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 *^. 

REVIEW; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 13.\Jii; subscription $l.."iU; established i 
ISfS; C. T. Coleman, editor; Review Printing j 
Co., publishers. 

ALTON, Madison Co., jH 12,000 pop., on 
Chicago & Alton and Indianapolis & St. 
Louis Rtis. and Mississippi r., 25 m. from 
St. Louis, Mo., and 4 alx)ve the mouth of the 
Missouri r. Engaged In river trade and 
manufactures, and depot for shipment of 
the produce of the surrounding country. 

SENTINEL - DEMOCRAT J every 

evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays; democratic; dally four pages 
19.X24. weekly eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion—daily $6. weekly $1.50; established 
1876; Perrin ct Smith, eilltors; Sentinel-Demo- 
crat Printing Co., publishers; circulation— , 
dally .1 l:|::|:. weekly .1 1H:H«. 

TEIiEGRAI'if : every evening except 
Saturday and Sunday; S .\ T II R I) A V 
EVENfNt; TELE<;RAPII, Saturdays, I 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays: republican; 
dally four pagi-s isx2l, Saturday .-md weekly 
eight pages 1.5x22; sul)Scrlptlon" — dallv $.5.20, 
weekly $1.25; established- dally IWd. wi'ekly i 
1836; J. A. Couslev. e<lltor: Telegraph Print 
Ing Co., publishers; circulation— daily K2, 
weekly .1 1 . 

BANNER; Thursdays; German; Inde 
pendent; four pages 2iix22; subscription 
|2; e«tabll»he<l 1867; William A. Bode, edl- 
tor and iiuMlshcr; circulation .11. I 

S ATT It DAY EVEMNt; TELE- I 
<iK A I'll I see TiUgrapU.) I 

ALTONA, Knox Co., -a 67«t Pop., on 

Chicago, Burlington ft Quincy Rd.. 16 m. 

from Oalesburg, the county seat. Broom 

and other factories located here. 

JOURNAL; Fridays ; Independent ; eight 
pages 15x22: Hulmcript|t>n $f; established 
I'CS; S. P. Whiting, editor and puhllsher; 
circulation I, 2:i:*. 

RECORD; Thursdays; four pages lSx24; 
subscription $!..'«: establlsh<Hl IffiS; Sam. W. 
Went, ed!ti>r and publisher; circulation Ll. i 



AMBOY,i«« Co., 6 8,000t pop., on Chi- 
cago, Burlington & Quincy and Illinois Cen- 
tral Uds., 82 111. from Clilcago. A pro<luce- 
shipping point. The Illinois Central shops 
are located here. 

JOURNAL; Wednesdavs; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $2; estab- 
lished ISSO; G. A. Lyman, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K 2. 

NEWS; Saturdays; Independent; eight 
pages 15x22 ; subscription 81.,'iO; established 
18i< ; James H. Preston, editor and publisher: 
circulation K 2. 

METHODIST: monthly; niethodlst ; 
four pages 9x12; subscription 26 cents; estab- 
lished 1S90; Rev. R. A. Morley, Ph. B., editor 
and publisher. 

ANCONA, Livingston Co., D 600 pop., 
on Chicago, Santa Fe & California Rd. and 
Prairie creek, 100 m. S. W. of Chicago. 
Shipping point for coal and grain. Farming 
and stock-raising section; rich coal mines 
in vicinity. 
ADVOCATE; Fridays; eight pages 

15x22; suliscription $1.50: established 1883; 

G.W. Mathis, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

ANNA, Union Co., g 2,.S08t pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., about 1 m. JE. of Jones- 
boro, the county seat, and 36 from Cairo. 
Center of fruit region. 

TALK; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1883; W. W. Faris, editor; R. Lynn Minton, 
publisher; circulation .1 1 ;!::■;:$;. ^^' Actual 
average for t)ie prist i/erir 1,291 copies. 

UNION DEMOCRAT; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 16x22; subscription 
$1..T0; established 1890; Detrich & M<'Carty, 
editors and publishers. 

HOME EVAN(;ELIZERi monthly; 
evangelical: eight pages 11x16; sul)scrlptlon 
50 cents; established 1SS9; J. H. Llppanl, 
edlt<ir and iiublisher; circulation K 2. 

ANTIOCH, Lake Co., ^ 326t pop., on 

Wisconsin Central Rd., 20 m. from Waii- 

ki-u'an, the county seat. Fanning section. 

NEWS; Thursdays; Independent; eight 
pages 1.5x22 ; subscription $1 : established 1687; 
J. J. Burke, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K '.' :■•.:•::•:. 

ARCOLA, Douglas Co., D- 1,847 pop., 
at Junction of Illinois Central ami Terre 
Haute & Peoria Rds., 158 ni. from Chicago. 
Stock, grain and broom corn. Shipping 
point. 

HERALD; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pages ir.xJ".'; subscription $l.:"iO: established 
ISSJ; H. H. Moore, editor and publisher; 
circulation K I. 

R EC O R D i Saturdays; re|>ubllcan; 
eight pages 15x22: subscription $1.50: estab- 
lished 186.-.; C. V. Walls. e<lltor and publisher; 

cil'I'lllMtioM K 1. 

ARENZVILLE, Cats Co., -d .'500pop., 

on Chh-ago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 12» 

m. from St. Louis, .Mo. Stock-raising and 

fanning country. 

AR<<rS; Saturdays; Independent: eight 
|inges 15x'22: subscrii>tlon $l.riii: established 
ismt: McDcuiald * Hood, editors and pub- 
lishers; clnul.itlon K 1 ;■::•:. 

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS. Cook 

Co., □ \,H0* |K>p., on Chicago & Northwest- 
ern Rd., 22 m. from Chicago. Manufactory 
of sewing machines. 

COOK C'O. HERALD; Saturdays; in- 
dependent republican; four pages '.;Ox26; sub- 



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ILLINOIS. 



scrlptionSl; established 1873; W.C.Williams, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2; issues 
also the Palatine Enterprise. 

ARROWSMITH, McLean Co., d 

'■i'Ai- pop., on Lake Erie & Western Rd., 20 ni. 

E. of Blooniingtou, the county seat. A 

shipping point for grain and live stock. 

NEWS; Wednesdays; Independent; four 
pages 15.K23 : subscription $1 ; established 
ISSl; Frank Woolley, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

ARTHUR, Moultrie Co., n 740t pop., 
ou Terre Haute & Peoria Rd., 10 m. from 
Areola. Ill grain and farming district. 
CJ R A P H I C ; Saturdays ; independent ; 
eight pages U.xKi ; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1877; M. H. Haney, editor and publisher; 
cireulatlou L2;l:^. 

ASHLAND, Cass Co., -a l.lOOt pop., on 
Ctilcago & Alton and Ohio & Mississippi 
Rds. A shipping point for grain. 

ALLIANCE FREE LANCE; Satur 
days; farmers' alliance; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1; established ISllO: Farmers' 
Alliance and Industrial Union Publishing 
Co.. editors and pulilishers. 

SENTINEL ; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages 16x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1881; S. D. McCaulley, editor; J. H. 
Stanley, publisher; circulation K 1. 

ASHLEY, Washington Co., g 950 pop., 
on Illinois Central and Louisville & Nash- 
ville Rds. Farming and fruit-growing. 
GAJ^ETTE; Fridays; four pages 17x24; 

subscription §1.50; established 1876; A. VV. 

O'Bryant, eilitor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

ASHMORE, Coles Co., d- ."v20t pop., on 

Indiaaapolis & St. Louis Rd., S m. E of 

Charleston, the county seat, and 37 W. of 

Terre Haute, Ind. Has carriage factory. 

Center of trade for agricultural section. 

REPUBLTCA N ; Saturdays ; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 18SG; S. D. Makepeace, editor and pub- 
lislier; circulation h'2:'fii^. 

ASSUMPTION, Christian Co.. a 
l,21'J!-pop., on Illinois Cent i-al R(l.,23ni. from 
Decatur. Near coal mine. Farndng region. 

SUNOAY M«RNIN<J HERALD; 

Saturdays; independent; eight pages 21x20; 
subscription .$1; established 1S87; Robert W. 
JIcicli, cililor and imblisher; circulation L 2. 

ASTORIA, Fulton Co., -D l,7(iOt pop., 

on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 115 

m. S. of Rock Island. Haa manufactures 

and an aVnindance of coal. 

ARGUS; Thursdays ; democratic; 
eight jiages 15x22; subscription $1.25; estab- 
llslied 1880; Albert K. Tate, editor and i)ub- 
11--1I1T: circulation K 2 ;;::!: :|:. 

ATHENS. Menard Co., a 800 pop., on 

Jacksonville Southeastern Rd., 12 m. N. W. 

of Springfield. Engaged in agriculture, 

stock raising and coal ndning. 

FREE PRESS; Fridays; democratic: 
four pages 18x2-1; sulncrlptlon $1 ; established 
ISss; «. O. Curnutt, editor; Curnutt & Rowley, 
jdibllshirs ; circulation K 1. 

ATLANTA, /-«!/"« Co., a 1,308 pop., 
on Chicago & Alton and T<'iTc Haute A: Pe- 
oria Rds., 11 ni. N. E. of Lincoln, the county 
seat. Agricultural country. 

ARGUS; Frld.iys; independent; four 
pages 17x24; 8ubscription$l; establlBhed 1869; 



estab- 
editors and 



H. Crihfleld, editor; Crlhfleld Bros., publish- 
ers; circulation K 1; issue also the Kenney 
Gazette, the McLean Lens, the Minler News 
and the Waynesville Record. 

ATWOOD, Piatt Co., a GSOf pop., on 
Indianapolis, Decatur & Springfield Rd., 9 
m. from Tuscola. Engaged in farming. 
HERALD; Saturdays ; independent ; 

eight pages 11,^16; subscription $1 

lished 1SS7; Fortney & Rippey, 

publishers; circulation L2. 

AUBURN, Sangamon Co., a 954t pop., 
on Chicago & Alton Rd., 16 m. from Spring- 
field, the county seat. Farming country. 

CITIZEN ; Thursdays; independent; eight 
pages 13.v2>i ; subscription ,§1 ; established 
1874 ; M. G. Wadsworth, editor; M. G. Wads- 
worth & Son, publishers; circ'n L2^;!:;'iC. 
CF^^ctwai average for the past year 4t;0 
copies. 

AUBURN PARK, Cook Co. cf a 

sulivirl) (if Chicago. 

MONITOR; (see Chicago Record.) 

AUGUSTA, Hancock Co., -n l,079t 

pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 

37 m. N. E. of Quincy. Fine potters' clay is 

1 found here. Stock i-aising, agriculture and 

I coal mining are the leading Industries. 

EAGLE; Thur.sdays; independent; eight 
pages 22.X0O; subscription §1 50; established 
1884; F. A. Warden, editor; F. A. Warden & 
Son, publishers; circulation K 1 Jl;;;;. 



AURORA, Ka7ieCo.,^ 21,9l8t pop.,on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, Joliet, Au- 
rora & Northern, Chicago & Northwestern 
and Chicago & Iowa Rds. and Fox r., .j8 ni. 
from Chicago. The railroad repair shops 
of the Chicago & Iowa Rd. and main loco- 
motive and car shops of the Chicago, Bur- 
lington & Quincy Rd are located here. Has 
large cotton and woolen mills, corset, road- 
carts, carpet-sweeper and watch factories, 
smelting and other industries. 
DE:>I0(:IJAT; every morning; demo- 
cratic; foin- pages 15.X22: subscription $1; 
established IMHS; F. E. Curi-y. editor; Aurora 
Democrat Publishing Co., publishers; circu- 
lation K 1. 

EVENIN<J POST; every evening except 
Sundav: four oages 15x22; subscription $2..5li; 
established 1877; L. A. Constantlne & Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation K 2. 

EXPKESS: every moiiilng except Sun- 
day, and II EK A M»1E.\PK ESS, Fri.lays; 
independent: eiglit i)ages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion—daily ,§4.40, weekly $1: established- 
daily 1882, weekly IRfif.; P. Burton, editor; 
Express Publishing Co., ])ublishers; circula- 
tion-daily .1 2. wccklv K 2. 

NEWS; every evening except Sunday; 
four pages 16x22; subscrii.tlon .«;l.Sii; estab- 
lished IS73: .1. F. Dewey, editor and publisher; 
circulation IC 2. ^ 

BEACON; seml-weeklv, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays, and WEEIiliY, Wednes- 
days; repiildlcan ; sciiil weekly eight pages 
15x22, weekly sixteen pages; subscription — 
seml-weeklv .$2, weekly $2; established 18-)6; 
J. II. IIo<l<leriS: Co., editors anil publlsliers; 
cin-ulalliin— seml-weeklv.I 2, wi-ekly Iv 1. 

BLADE ; Thiirs<lays; repiibllean; eight 
pages 2lx2-<; subscription $1: established 
1881; C. W. Putnam, eilltor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 
II Ei{ A L l». EX Pit ESS ; (see Frprcss.) 
SUN; Saturdays: i-.'publlcaii : four J)age8 
18x21; subscription $1; established 1886; 
Jacob Slegmiind, editor and publisher; drcu 
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VOI.KSFREIJNU; Saturdays; Ger- 
man: faiir paKfs '^-."x-JS; subscription $i: es 
tabllshcd 18tVS: P. KK-ln, oiUtorand publisher; 
circulation K ','. 

SE.^l I N A U V A n V A NCE i quarterly, 
February. .Mav, Au^'ust and Novcnibt'r: 
twelve pak'os 9x1',*; subscriptions'* cents; es- 
tahll-ihed I^^ss; Kev. C. C". Lovejoy. editor and 
pul>lislier; ciiculatlon .1 1 :!;:):. 

AUSTIN, Cook Co., [f 5,00 If nop., on 
the (Jhlcatro & Northwestern and Wisconsin 
Central R Is., 6 ni. from and residence of 
Chicago business men. 

REPOKTKK ! Fridays; Independent; 
four pajres Is.xMI; subscription $l.r>U; estab- 
lished iss7: Isaac Herr, editor and iiublisher; 
clrcnlalion K 1. 
Tl >l ES; i-<i e Olll<•a^ro liecortl.) 
V I N 1) I C A T <>R I Saturdays; citizens' 
party : eight partes is.x04: subscription $2; es- 
tablished ISSil; William Halley, editor and 
publisher; circulation 1.1; issues also the 
Chicago Wi-ft Sific ViiKticaloi; the Maywood ' 
Prori.to ^'ill(lil■att) rand Oak Park Vindicator. 1 

AVA, Jackson Co., Q l.OOOt pop., on 
Mobile & Ohio Rd. Agricultural country. 
ADVERTISER; Fridays; independent; 

four pages is.\»4: subscription $1; established 

1888; Kent E Keller, editor and publisher; 

circulation L 2. 

AVON. Fulton Co., -a 707t pop., on the 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 20 m. 

from Galesburg. Drain-pipe factories. 

REVIEW; Satunlays; four to eight 
l)age8 ti.\9; subscription 7fi cents; est;il>lished 
1891': Geo. E. Timmous, editor and publisher. 

siENTIXEl.i: Thursdays; independent; 
four pages is.\24: subscription $1.50; estab- 
llshe<l 1879; Willis E. Stevens, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

HARRINGTON, Cook Co., d 860 

pop., on Chicago & Northwestern Rcl., 32 m. 

from Chicago. A milk-shipping station. 

HERAT.lI); Saturdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24: subscription $1.25; established 
1878; W. C. Williams, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

REVIEW: Saturdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22: subscription .*;1; established 18S9; 
P. C. Furbush, editor anil inibllsher: circu- 
lation L 1 ; Issues also the Clilcago Suhurbati 
Times, the Des Plalnes Nfii-i>, the Norwood 
Park Sentinel, the Palatine Independent and 
the Park Ridge Herald. 

BARRY, f'ike Co., -a 1,3£« pop., on 

Walia>h Hd., 18 m. from Mississippi r. A 

flouring antl woolen mill and pork-packing 

estat>llshment located here. 

A I) A (» E ; Fridays; Independent; four 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $1.25 ; estab- 
ftshed 1871 ; W. W. Watson, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

BATAVIA, Kane Co., a 4.1*5t pop., 
on till- Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and 
Chicago & Northwestern Rds. and Fox r., 
7 ni. N. of Aurora and 35 from Chicago. 
Engaged In various manufactures. Stone 
quarries adjacent. 

NEWS ; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages HxS-t; subscription $1.50; established 
1869; Clark A. Lewis, editor and pubiUber; 
circulation K I. 

BATCHTOWN, Calhoun Co. -a 160 

|Mip.. ni-.ii .Mls>^l-~slppl r., 50 m. N. W. of St. 

I»uiB, Mo. In fruit-growing section; iur- 

rounded by large orchards. 

CAIillOrX PILOT; Thursday*; re 
publican; four pages 20x26; subscription 



I $1.50; established 183i); John J. Smith, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation L2. 

BAYLIS, /'»<e Co., -n 550 pop., on 

Wabash Kd., 27 m. from Hannibal, Mo. Has 

wagon manufactory. In farming region. 

(> IJ I i> E ; Fridays; democratic; eight 
pa'^es lo.\2ii; subscription $1; established 
1S90: A. C. Bentley and D. E. Donly, editors 
ami iiulilishiTs. 

BEARDSTOWN. Caw Co., -a 5,642 f 

1 pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and 

: Ohio & .Mississippi Rds. and Illinois r., 45 

j m. from SprlngHcld, the State capital, l:!9 

from Rock Island and ill from St. Louis, 

Mo. Surrounded by an agricultural district. 

IIjIiTNOIAN ; soml-weekly, Tuesdays 
anil Fridays; republican; four pages 18x24; 
siib.scripllon .'52; established 1H85; J. S. NIeh- 
olsonLt'dltor ,inil publisher; clrc'n K 1 :}:;!:. 

ENTER I'll ISE; Saturdays; Imlepeud- 
ent; eight pages I5.x22; subscription $2; 
established ls80: A. S. Coll, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

STAR OF THE WEST; Fridays: re- 
publican; four pages 15x22; subscription .$1.50; 
established ls.ss; J. p. Hoilge, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulatlTin K 1 ^i;:. 

BELLEVILLE, c. li., St. Clair Co., P 

15,:!(i(»+ pop., on Illinois & St. Louis, Louisville 
& Nashville and St. Louis, Alton & Terre 
Haute Rds., 14 m. from St. Louis, Mo. Has 
nail works, three smelting works, oil mill, 
and stove, pump and glass works, and large 
trade in flour, coal and beer. Coal Is found 
In the vicinity. 

ARBEITER ZEITUNfJ ; every even- 
ing except Sunday; tierman; four pages 
12x18; subscription §5.20; established 1884; 
Hans Schwarz, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2. 

BEI.LEVII.T-ER POST; every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEK I.i V, Thursdays; 
German; republican; daily four pages 2nx28, 
weekly eight pages isx21; subscription — daily 
$7, weekly ,S2; established 18*1; George Sem 
melroth & Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation — ilally K 1 :ii:'t:. weekly I 1 li::-;. 

BELLiEVILLER ZEllTIINJJ; every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays; German ; Independent ; daily 
four pages 2(i-x28, weekly eight pages lsx24"; 
subscription — ilally $7 weekly §2 ; estab- 
lished—dally 1817, weekly 1849; Curt Heln- 
felden, editor; Southern Illinois Publishing 
Co., publlsliers: circulation— dally K 2, week- 
ly I 2 ; Issue also the .Yt'f.s Democrat. 

NEWS DE.^IOCRATj every morning 
except Monday, anil WEEKIiY, Fridays; 
democratic; daily four pages isx24, weekly 
eight pages; subscription— ilally $.").5i), week- 
ly $1.50; established— dally 1883, weekly 18.57; 
W. J. Underwood, editor; Southern Illinois 
PubllshlngCo., publishers; circulation— dally 
K 1. weekly J 1 ; Kssue also the Belief iller 
Zeitntifi. 

ADVOCATE; Fridays ; republican ; 
eight pages l.">x22 : subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tablished 18.39 ; Thomas & Wllloughby, editors 
and publishers; circulation .1 1. 

BELVIDERE, c. h.. Doone Co., b 
3.s6.i+ poll., oil Chicago & Northwestern R<l., 
78 m. west of Chicago. Has flouring mills 
and manufactorlesof butter, cheese, sewing 
machines and screen doors. 

N O R T H - W E H T E R N I Salurdavs; 
republican; eight pages ■J'x2i>; subscrlptlnn 
$1.50; established 18<',6; A. H. Keeler, eilltor 
and publisher: circulation .1 ' 

STANDARD; W. 
eight pages 15x2^; 



Weiliiesdays ; reimbllcan ; 
subscrlptliin $1.5ii; estab- 



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ILLINOIS. 



ILLINOIS. 



lished 1851 ; Ralph Roberts, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

YOUNG IDEA; monthly; Juvenile; six- 
teen pages 8x12; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1887; Grant C. Whitney, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation J 2. 

BEMENT, Piatt Co., n l,335t pop., on 

Wabash, Rd. Near large broom-corn farms. 

REGISTER; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages 17x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1888; M. O. Curry & Co., editors and 
pul)lishers; circulation L2. 

BENSON, Woodford Co., u 400 pop., 

on Chicago, Santa Fe & California Rd., 35 

m. N. E. of Peoria. Agricultural district. 

ARGUS; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; established 
1875; F. D. Learned, editor; J. M. Fort, pub- 
lisher; circulation L2Hs*; an edition of the 
Minonk Blade. 

BENTON, c. h., Franklin Co., p 1,200 
pop., on St. Louis, Alton &Terre Haute Rd., 
about 90 m. from St. Louis, Mo. Wheat, corn, 
tobacco and castor beans are produced. 

FRANKIilN CO. CHRONICLE; 

Fridays; republican; eight pages 13x20; sub- 
scription $1; established 1879; C. H. Sneed, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

STANDARD; Fridays ; deanocratic ; 
four pages 18x24; subscription $1..=)0; estab- 
lishecl 1849; A. M. Brovvnlee, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2 i^>^. 

HERALD OF TRUTH; semimonth- 
ly; primltive-bapttst ; four pages 1(5x22; sub- 
scription $1; established 1882; Eld. T. S. Dal- 
ton, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 

'BY.THA'SY, Moultrie Co., u SOOf pop., 
on Peoria, Decatur & Evansville Rd., 7 m. 
from Sullivan, the county seat. Agricult- 
ural district. 

ECHO; Saturdays; independent; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1; established 1888; 
Frank Trainer, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L2. 

BISHOP HILL, Henry Co., tl 333t 
pop., on Rock Island & Peoria Rd., 5 m. 
from Galva and 25 from Galesburg. Agri- 
culture Is the predominating industry. 

NEWS; Saturdays; four ijages 18x24; sub- 
scription $1..tO; established 18S9; Lindbeck & 
Olson, editors and publishers; circ'n L 1 . 

BLANDINSVILLE, McDonough 

Co., -a 940+ pop., on Toledo, Peoria & West- 
ern Rd., 12 m. N. W. of Macomb, the county 
seat. Has steam flour and saw mills. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; Independent; four 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1887 ; Oakman & Emery, etUtors and publish- 
ers; circulation L2. 

ONCE A WEEK; Saturdays; Independ- 
ent: eight i)age9 lCoc22; subscription .$2; es- 
tablished 1890; P. H. Hume, editor; Once a 
Week Publishing Co., publishers. 

BLOOMINGTON, c. h., McLean 

Co., a 22,2-12+ pop. Tlie Chicago & Alton, Illi- 
nois Central, Indiana, Bloomlngton & West- 
ern and Lake Erie & We.ntern Rds. inter- 
sect here, 126 m. from Chicago and 165 from 
St. Louis, Mo. Farming and stock raising 
are the leading industries. 

BULIjETIN t every evening except Sat- 
ur.lay, SUNDAY BiJLLETIN, Sundays, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays; democratic; 
dally four pages 18x24, Sunday and weekly 
eight pages 13x22; subscription— dally (with 



Sundays) $3.50, Sundays $2, weekly $1.50; es- 
tablished 1881; Owen Scott, editor ami pub- 
lisher ; circulation— daily 1 2 ^^;, Sunday 
H 1 H^*, weekly H 2 ^Hs; issues also the Ill- 
inois Freemason. 

LEA DER| every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays; republican; 
four pages—daily 2iix26, weekly 24x30; sub- 
scription—dally $5, weekly $1.50; established 
1868: Mason & Mason, editors and publishers; 
circulation— daily I 1 , weekly I 2 . 

PANTAGRAPHj every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays; 
republican ; daily four pages 20x26, weekly 
eight pages 14x22; subscription— daily $5.20, 
weekly $1.50; established— daily 1855, weekly 
1846; W. O. Davis, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation—daily H 2 ^:!;Hj, weekly G 1 H^H^H:. 

DER SONNTAGSGAST;(seeJlfcIrf'a>i 
Co. Deutsche Pn-sse..) 

ELITE JOURNAL; Fridays; literary; 
twenty pages S.xll; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1887; Elite Journal Co. of the Illinois 
Wesleyan University, editors and publishers; 
circulation L2. 

JOURNAL; Saturdays; German; re- 
publican ; four pages 20x28 j subscription $2; 
established 1878; H. Meyer, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation .1 i. 

LANCET; Fridays; prohibition; four 
pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; established 
1886 ; J. W. Haggard, editor and publisher ; 
circulation K 2. 

M CLEAN CO. DEUTSCHE 
P R E S S E ; Saturdays; German ; twelve 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 1871; 
J. Koester, editor and publisher; circulation 
J 1 ; a four-page literary supplement entitled 
Der Sonntagsgast is regularly issued with the 
paper. 

SUNDAY BULLETIN ; (see Bulletin.) 

SUNDAY EYE; Simdays ; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $2; established 1870; Geo. 
L. Hutchin, editor and publisher ; circula- 
tion H 1. 

ODD FELLOWS' HERALD ; semi 
monthly; odd-fellowship; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription $1.25; established 1876; (Jeo. M. 
Adams, editor; M. T. Scott, publisher; circu- 
lation G 1. 

HOME CIRCLE ; monthly; sixteen 
pages; 9x11; sub.scriptlon 25 cents; estab- 
lished 1888; A. A. Wiltz, editor; C. Wakefield 
& Co., publishers; eiroulatlon D 2 H^H;. 

ILLINOIS FREEMASON; monthly; 
masoidc;eight pages 11x16: subscription $1.25; 
established 1885; Owen Scott, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation I 1 :1::5;^; issues also the 
Bulletin. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL JOURNAL; 
monthly; educational; sixty-eight l>ages 7x10; 
subscription $1.25; established 1879; W. Mc- 
Cullom, editor; Public School Publishing Co., 

gublishers; circulation F2;I;^;;ic; dated at 
loomington, Chicago and Omaha, Neb. 

BLUE ISLAND, Cook Co., q- 3,000 

pop., at .iuni'tion of Chicago, Rock Island 

& Pacific and Chicago & Grand Trunk Rds., 

16 m. from Chicago, the county seat. Has 

brick yards, stone quarries and smelting 

works. Good farming district. 

CRUC!I BliE; (see Chicago Record.) 
STANDARD; Fridays; Independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 18.6 ; Erret & Volp, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation J 1 :l:Hc; an edition, same 
title, Is Issued for Morgan Park, another en- 
titled the Journal for Washington Heights. 

BLUE MOUND, Macon Co., a 900 
pop., on Wabash Rd., 14 m. S. W. of Decatur, 
the county seat. Shipping point for grain 
and live stock. Agricultural district. 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays; Independ- 
ent ; eight pages 15x22; subscrljitlon $1; estab- 
lished 1887; P. D. Spooner, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 



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ILLISOIS. 



BOWMANVILLE, 

subuil) of Clik-ago. 

DEMOCRAT; (see Chicago flecord.) 

BRACEVILLE, Grunky Co., ^ 2.500 
liop.. cm Chicago & Alton Ril. Minlug region. 
HEItALD : Fridays; liulependent; eight 

pages 13.x:22; subscrlptlou S2; established 1N88; 

H. W. Reitzel, editor; Morris Herald Co., 

publishers; circulation L2. 

BRADFORD, Stark Co., n 850 pop., 
on Chicago, 13urllnKtou & Quincy Rd., 40 ni. 
from Peoria and 138 from Chicago. In agri- 
cult ural and stoi-k-raisiug district. [ 
INDEPENDENT; Thurstlnys ; Inde- 
pendent; eight pages 13x20; sul)scriptiou $1.50: 
establislied 1S85; J. C. Blalsdell, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

BR AID WOOD, Will Co., tf 5,300t 

pop., on Cliioago .S. Alton Rd., 20 m. S. W. of 

Joliet, the county seat, and .58 S. W. of 

Chicago. Bituminous coal mines in vicinity. 

BTLLETIN; Fridays; republican; four 

pages l'^.x.21; sul)scriptlon $1.50; established 

18T4: BiiUetla Publishing Co., editors and 

publishers: circulation L 2. ' 

CimONICLiE; Saturdays; democratic: 
four pages 18x21; subscription $1.50; estab 
lishcil 1S90; Braidwood Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers. 

BRIDGEPORT, Lawrence Co., p 

:^yr pop., on Ohio & Mississippi Rd., 6 m. 

from Lawrenceville, the county seat. In 

wheat and grain-raising country. 

LOCAL REPORTElt; Fridays; inde- 
pendent; four pages 17.x2l; subscription $1.23; 
established 1S88; W. A. Hunt, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

BRIGHTON, Macoupin Co., n 1,000 
pop., on Cliicago & Alton and Chicago, Bur- 
lington & Quincy Rds., 12 m. from Alton. 
Coal in vicinity. 

NEWS ; Wednesdays ; Independent ; eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; established 
188U; Chapln & Robertson, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation L 2 ;!:. 

BRIMFIELD, Peoria Co., n 900 pop., 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd.,20 m. 
JI. W. of Peoria, the county seat. Engaged 
in coal mining and farming. 

NE\V.S ; Thursdays; independent: eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $1.50; established 
1879; Pope & Pacy, editors and publishers; 
circulation L2. 

BUDA, Bureau Co., [j l.OOOf pop., on 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 118 m. 

from Chicago. Manufacturing town. 

PLAINDEALER; Thur.sdays; Inde- 
pendent ;elglit pages 2'ix20; sul)scrii)tlon $1.25: 
established 18«; P. N. Mason, editor and 



Cook Co., cf a BUREAU, Bureau Co., t} 3GUt pop., 
ou Cliicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 8 m. 
from Tiskllwa. 
GOSSIP; Wednesdays; Independent; 



publisher; circulation L2. 
BUNKER HILL, Macoupin Co. 



D 



1,500 pop., on Indianapolis & St. Louis Rd., 
36 m. from St. Louis, Mo. Center of fruit 
cider, sorghum and stock-raising section. 



GAZETTE; _, , -, 

olght pages 15x22; suhscrli)tlon $1.50; estab- 
Isheil 1866 ~ - - 



Wednesdays; republican; 
"11.50; estab- 
editors and 



llsheiri866; Gazette Printing Co. 
publishers; circulation J 1 '^yJc•. 

ai.VCOI'PIN CO. ADVANCE; Frl 
days: democratic: four pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $I.SO: established 18ss ; Carl H. Dhlcr, 
editor and publl.shcr; circulation .1 1 :>::•::•;:. 



four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1.50; estal)- 
lishe(l 1S.S8; W. M. Repine, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation Li:;::!:; an edition or the 
Tiskllwa Chief. 

BUSHNELL,'3/ci?o«ou<7ft Co., -a 2,324t 

pop., at the crossing of Toledo, Peoria & 

Western and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 

Rds., 192 m. S. W. of Chicago. Engaged In 

manufacturing; a trade center. 

I McDONOUGII DEMOCRAT; Thurs- 
days; democratic; eight pages 15.x22; sub- 
scription $l.i)0; established 1884; Charles C. 
Cham, editor and publisher; circulation K 1. 
RECORD ; Fridays ; repul)llcan : eight 
pages 15.V22 ; subscription $1.,50; established 
1868; Tom Camp, editor; Camp Bros., pub- 
lishers; circulation K 1. 

BYRON, Ogle Co., i l,000t pop., on 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and Minne- 
sota & Northwestern Rds. and Rock r., 89 
m. W. of Chicago. In an agricultural and 
' dairy country. 

EXPRESS; Fridays; republican ; four 

pages 20x'28; subscription $1.50; established 

1882; Edwin Elliott, editor and publisher; 

circulation K 1. 

CABERY, Ford Co., D- 854t pop., on 
liliuois Central Rd., 20 m. S. E. of Kanka- 
kee and 84 from Cliicago. Has brick and 
tile factories. Surrounded by coal beds 
and farming lands. 

ENQUIRER; Fridays; neutral; eight 
I pages 16x22: subscription $1.25; established 
1882; .\. J. Mossman, editor: Mossman & John- 
son, publishers; circulation L2. 

CAIRO, c. h., Alexander Co., g 11,000 
pop., terminus of Illinois Central, St. Loiiis, 
Iron Mountain & Southern, Mobile Sc Ohio, 
Cairo, Vlncennes & Chicago, St. Louis, Ar- 
kansas & Texas and Mobile & Ohio Rds., at 
junction of Ohio and Mississippi rs., 175 m. 
below St. Louis, Mo. A manufacturing town 
and commercial center. 

AR<ilIS ; everj- evening except Sunday, 
and ARGlS-JOURNAli. Saturdays; in- 
dependent; daily four pages 15x22, weekly 
eight pages: subscription— dally $6, weekly 
$1.50; established— <laily 1878, weekly 1864; 
H. F.Potter.eilitorandpubilsher; circulation 
—daily L2, weekly .J 1 ; the weekly edition 
Is dated at Cairo an<l Mound City. 

BULLETIN; every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays; 
democratic; eight pages— <lally 18x21, weekly 
16.X22; suhscrlpllon— daily $10, weekly $2; es- 
tabllshe.l 1869; Burnett Printing Co., editors 
and i)ubllshers;clrc'n— dally K 1, weekly K 1. 

TEliE<iRAM; every evening e.xcei>t 
Sunday, an.l SUNDAV MORNING 
TELEGRAM. Sundays: four i.uges 20x26; 
subscription $H.:kJ; established 188,; E. E.Ellis, 
eilltor; Telegram Publishing Co., publishers; 
circulation— dally J 1 ^jjs. 

PEOPLE; semi Weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays: democratic: four pages l'>xil: sub- 
scription .'S:;!: established 18S7; Sol Farnbaker, 
editor uimI iiubllshiT. 

ARGl S-JOURNALi (see ylri;u«.) 

CITIZEN; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages l.">x22: subscription $1.50: establislicl 
1885; George Fisher, editor and iMibllBlier; 
circulation .1 1 . 

SUNDAY MORNING TELEGRAM; 
I see Telegram.) 



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ILLINOIS. 



CAMBRIDGE, c. h., Hennj Co., b 

9o7t pop., on Rock Island & Peoiia Rd. 
Shipping jioint for surrounding agricult- 
ural country. Coal in viciuitj'. 

CHRONICLE; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages l")x2,'; subscription $2; established 
1858; Conistoclc Seatou, editor and publisher; 
circulation .1 1 ;i:;i;. 

PRAIRIE CHIEF; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent-democratic; eight pages 18x.i0; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1867; B. W. Seaton, 
editor and publisher; circulation K i . 

CAMP POINT, Adams Co., -a 1,425 
pop., at junction of Chicago, Burlington & 
Quiucy Rd. with Wabash, St. Louis & Pa- 
cific Rd., 22 m. from Quincy, the county seat. 
In farming section. 

JOURNAL.; Thursdays; indejiendent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1873; George W. Cyrus, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 1 ^sl<^. 

CANTON, Fulton Co., -n5,5S9t pop., on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and Toledo, 
Peoria & Western Rds., 14 m. from Lewis- 
town, the county seat, and 28 from Peoria. 
Engaged in manufacturing and coal mining. 
Has plow manufactories, car-wheel works 
and several cigar factories. 

REGISTER; every evening, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays; republican; daily 
four pages l5.x22, weekly eight to twelve 
pages; subscription— daily .$5, weekly $2; es- 
tablished—daily 1890, weekly ISl'J; C. E. Snive- 
ly, editor and publisher; eirc'n— weekly J 1. 

FULTON CO. LEDGER; Thursdays; 
democratic; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$2; established 1849; S. Y. Thornton, editor 
and publisher; circulation .7 1 ;|c. 

FULTON REPUBLICAN; Thurs 
days; republican; eight pages 15.x22; sub- 
scription $1.5U; established 1877; Murphy & 
Henkle, editors and publishers; eirc'n IC 2. 

CAPRON, Boone Co., [j 800 pop., 

on Chicago & Northwestern Rd. Engaged 

in the manufacture of butter and cheese. 

BOONE CO. BANNER; Thursdays; 
republican; eight pages 16x22; subscription 
$1.25; established 1889; L. R Fitzer, editor; 
Fltzer &Tetwiler, publisher; eirc'n K 1 ;lc;ls. 

CARBONDAIiE, Jackson Co., g 
2, liiltpop., on Grand Tower & Carbondale, 
Illinois Central and St. Louis, Alton & 
Terre Haute Rds., 50 m. from Cairo. State 
Normal University located here. Center of 
a fruit-growing and coal region. 

BARTON'S FREE PRESS; Satur- 
days; republican; four i)ages21x28; subscrlp- 
tlon.$2; ustabltshedlS77; J. H.Barton, editor; 
J. H. & D. L. Barton, publishers; eirc'n Iv 1. 

.JACKSON CO. REPUBLICAN; Sat 
urdays; republican; elglit i)ages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1890; W. H. Hub- 
bard, editor; Southern Illinois Printing and 
PuliUshing Co., pul>llshers. 

CARIilNVILiIiE, c. li., Macoupin 
Co., n 3,51X1+ pop., on Chicago & Alton and 
Jacksonville .Soiitheastern Rds., 39 m. from 
Springfield, the State capital, and 57 from 
St. Louis, Mo. A trade center. 

DEMOCRATi semi-weekly, Wednes- 
days and Satunlays, and WEEKI^Y, 

Thursdays; republican; four pages 18.\,'4; 
subscription— seml-weeklv .'S'2.50, weekly $2; 
established 18.56; A. O. David, editor; Macou- 
pin Printing Co., publishers; circulation- 
weekly .1 2; does not Insert advertisements In 
Bend- weekly edition. 



ILLINOIS. 



MACOUPIN CO. ENQUIRER; Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; eight pages I7.x24; sub- 
scription $2; established 1870; J. W. & C. J. 
Lumpkin, editors and publishers; eirc'n .12. 

xlIACOUPiN CO. REPUBLICAN; 
Thursdays; rijpublican; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50; established 18S9; W. H. 
Behrens editor; Ladd & Behrens, publishers; 
circulation K 2 ;;:. 

BLACKBURNIAN; monthly; sixteen 
pages 8x11; subscription $1.25; established 
1880; F. A. Freark, editor; Blackburnian 
Publishing Co., publishers; eirc'n L2^Hs; a, 
college paper; issued during the collegiate 
year. 

CARLYLE, c.h., Clinton Co., g l,700t 
pop., on Ohio & Mississippi Rd. and Kaskas- 
kla r., 47 m. from St. Louis, Mo. Shipping 
point for lumber. Agricultural region. 

CONSTITUTION AND UNION; 

Thursdays; democratic; four pages 'JOx'iO; 
subscription $1.50; established 1869; Norfolk 
& Shoupe, editors and publishers; eirc'n K 1. 

SUED ILLINOIS ZEITUNG; Satur- 
days; German; republican; four pages 22x27; 
subscription .$2; established 1876; J. Ruf, edi- 
tor and publisher; circidation K 1. 

UNION BANNER; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages 20x26 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1864; Peterson & Ruf, 
editors and publishers ; circulation K 1. 

CARMI, c. h., H^«e Co., 0,3,046 pop., 

at junction of Louisville & Nashville and 
Cairo, Vincennes & Chicago Rds., and at 
head of navigation on Little Wabash r., 37 
m. from Evansville, Ind. Center of corn- 
growing region. 

COURIER; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1858 ; A. S. Harsha, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation .J 2. 

PARTISAN ; Wednesdays ; democratic; 
four pages 22x28; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lishecl 1885; Jno. T. Norsworthy, editor and 
publisher; circulation 12. 

TIMES; Tuesdays; republican; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $1.25; established 
1872; Andrew F. Joy, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

MOUNT CARMEL DISTRICT AD- 
VOCATE; monthly; methodist; four pages 
13x20; subscrijition 50 cents; established 1881; 
Rev. J. B. Raveuscroft, editor; District Con- 
ference, publishers. 

CARROLLTON, c. li., Greene Co., -a 
2,400+ pop., on Chicago & Alton and Jackson- 
ville Southeastern Rd.s., 34 m. from Jack- 
sonville and 57 from St. Louis, Mo. Manu- 
factures tile and machinery. Agricultural, 
grain and coal district 

GAZETTE; Fridays ; democratic ; 
eight pages 15x'22; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1846; James McNabb, editor; Price & 
McNabb, p\il)llshers ; circulation J 1. 

PATRIOtf"; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $2; established 1863; 
Chas. Bradshaw, etiitor and publisher; cir- 
culation K '2. 

CARTHAGE, c. li., Hancock Co., -n 
1,67(1+ pup., on Wabash and Chicago, Burling- 
ton & Quincy Rds., 38 m. from Quincy and 180 
from Chicago. Seat of Carthage College. 
Surrounded by a farming country. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscrlijtion .$1.75; established 
1865; Thomas C. Sliarii, editor and publisher; 
circulation .1 1. 

REPUBLICAN; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; elglit pages 15x'22; subscription $2; 
established 1&54; J. M. Davidson, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1. 



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CASEY, Clark Co., D- 1.600 pop., on 
Terre Haute & Indlnnapolls and Cliic-ago & 
Ohio River Rds., 35 in. W. of Terre Haute, 
Ind. A shipping point for poultry, etc. 
BANNER; Fridays; independent; eight 

pages ir..xJ2; suliseription $1.50; estal)lislied 

lS7i: B. F. Ward, editor and iiiil)llslier; 

circulation 1. -'. 

CAVE-IN-ROCK, Hardin Co., O, 
5IHI pop., on Ohio r., 20 ni. l)elow Shawnee- 
town. In farming and mineral district. 
REGISTER; Fridays; independent; 

four pages 2O.\30; sul)scripti(in $1.25; estab- 

lislu'd iJ^Sii; S. L. Jackson, editor and pub- 

lisjier; circulation iv 1. 

CENTRALIA, Marion Co., g 4,762t 

pop., on Illinois Central and terminus of 

Jacksonville Southeastern Rds., 13Gm. from 

Blooniington and 253 from Chicago. The 

railroad repair shops, nail mill, coal mine, 

large foundry ami machine shop and other 

manufacturing ludustries are here. 

SEX TIN EL; every evening except 

Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; 

republican: daily four pages 17.\22, weekly 

eight pages 15.\22 ; sub.scriptiou — daily $5, 

weekly $1..50; establishetl— daily 1884. weekly 

18G3; Joy ,■;; Tillman, editors and pul)Ii&liers; 

circ'n— daily K 1, weekly K. 1 ; issue also the 

Patoka Knieriirise and the Sandoval Times. 

DEMO C RAT; Fridays ; democratic ; 

eight i)ages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab 

lished 1871; C. D. Tufts, editor; S. P. Tufts, 

publisher; circulation K 2. 

UNION; Fridays; German; four pages 
22.t2;; subscription $2: established 1880; Geo. 
Breuning, editor and publisher; circ'n K 1. 

CENTRAL PARK, Cook Co., rf a 

suburb of Chicago. 

IIEKAIil) (see Chicago Record.) 

CERRO GORDO, Piatt Co.. o 1,000 

pop., on Wabash Rd., 12 m. E. of Decatur. 

An agricultural section. Natural gas. 

CLIPPER; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages; 13x21; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1890; E. Drum, editor and publisher. 

NEW ERA ; Thursdays; independent- 
republican; eight pages 13x20; subscription 
$1.25; established 188K; M. T. Hyer, editor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

CHADWICK, Carroll Co., ^ 100 

pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Northern 

Rd., 9 m. S. E. of Mount Carroll, the county 

.seat. Stock and grain-raising country. 

OBSERVER, (see Savanna, Carroll Co. 
Joiiriifil. 

CHAMPAIGN, Champaign Co., D- 
5,827+ pop., on Illinois Central, at Intersec- 
tion of Indianapolis, Bloondngton & West- 
ern and terminus of Waba.sh Western Ril.s., 
48 ni. from Blooniington and 128 from Chi- 
cago. University of Illinois is located here. 
GAZETTE ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and OlIAM- 
PAIGN CO. (JA- 
■ ZETTE, Wed- 
1 -j »nesilav3: reiiubllcan; 
A " ( I a 1 1 y four pages 
' 17.\22, weekly eight 



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pages; subscription — 
dally $5. weekly $1.50; 
established — dally 
Hrt83, weeklv 18.54; W. 
H. Munhall, editor; 
n. N. Harris, pub- 
lisher; circulation- 
daily K 1. weekly I I . 



CHAMPAIGN CO. GAZETTE; (see 
Oazette.) 

TIMES; Saturdays; democratic; eight 
pages rix22: subscri|)tion SL-IO: established 
1872; Smyser, Mize, Powers i* Fielding, editors 
and i>ubllshers; (urciilation 1 1 ;;::1:. 

ILIjINI; semi-monthly; twenty pages 
8x11; subscription $1.50; establlslied 1871; 
Students of the University of Illinois, editors 
and publishers: circulation 1., 2 :!::;:; a college 
paper; lssu(>d (luring the collegiate year. 

CHANDLERVILLE, Cass Co., o 
1(50+ Jiop., on Jacksonville Soutlieastern Rd. 
and Sangamon r., 58 m. from Peoria. In 
live stock and farming country. 

SANGAMON VALLEY TIMES; Fri- 
days; four pages 17x24; subscription $1.,5(J; es- 
tablished 1875; E. Spink, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 J;:;';:. 

CHARLESTON, c. li., Coles Co., Q 
4,135+ pop., at crossing of Indianapolis & St. 
Louis and Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City 
Rds., 48 m. from Terre Haute, Ind. Broom 
factory, foundry and woolen and flouring 
mills here. Agricultural district. 

COURIER; Thursdays; democratic; 

eight pages 15x22: subscription $1.50; estab- 
lislicd ISIO; Mason & Perkins, editors and 
publisliers; circulation J I il::-;. 

IlbltAIil); Thursdays; independent; 
eight pages 13x2 i; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1815; John .4. McConnell, editor and 
publisher: circulation K I ;!:. 

PLAINDEAIiER; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; eiglit pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 1840; H. B. Glassco, editor; Glassco 
Bros., publishers; circulati<m J 1 ;!;:;:; issue 
also the Tuscola Safiinlmi .Journol. 

COLES CO. STUDENT; monthly; ed- 
ucatiimai; eight pages 11x1(1; subscription 
$\\ established 18$'J: Geo. C. Calvert, editor 
and publisher; circulation LI. 

CHATS WORTH, Livingston Co., u 

1,200 pop., on Toledo, Peoria & Western 

and Illinois Central Rds., 70 m. E. of Peoria 

and 96 from Chicago. Corn and hog-raising 

and general agricultural region. 

FREE PRESS; Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages 15.\22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 189U; John S. Harper, editor and pub- 

PLAINDEALER; Fridays; independ- 
ent: eight pages 13.\20 ; subscription $l..'i0: 
established 1873; Jas. A. Smith, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2 :|:Hs. 

CHEBANSE, Iroquois Co., D- 1,000 
pop., on Illinois Central Rd., 9 m. from Kan- 
kakee and fi4 S. W. of Chicago. On the 
county line, a portion being in Kankakee 
county. 

HERA LD ; Saturdays ; republican ; eight 
pages 20x26; subscript ion Sl.^; established 
18r)S; R. J. Eyerley, eclltor and publisher; cir- 
culation K I. 

CHENOA, McLean Co., D 2,-200 pop., 
on Chicago & Alton, at Intersection of 
the Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw Rd., 34 ni. 
from Bloomlngton, tlu; county seat. Sur- 
rounded by agricultural section. 

GAZETTE; Thursdays ; eight pages 
13x20; subscription $l.:")0; established 1868; 
Joseph S. Hedge, editor and publisher: cir- 
culation K I. 

CHESTER, c. 1)., Randolph Co., p 
2,750-" pop., at terminus of Wabash, Chester 
& Western Rd. and on Mississippi r., 80 m. 



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below St. Louis, Mo. Has river commerce 
in coal, Iron, lead and agricultural products. 

CLiARIOX; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages 2'ix'.J(i; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1867; Frank R. McAtee, editor and 
publisher: circulation K 2. 

TRIBUNE; Thursdays; republican ; four 
paKes 20Xv'6; .subscription $1.50; established 
1872: J. F. Wassell, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 2 ilc:!:. 

CHICAGO, c. h., Cook Co., cf l,098,.576t 
pop., on Lake Michigan. Metropolis of the 
Northwestern States. The corporate limits 
are more extensive than those of any other 
municipality in the United States. The 
largest grain, provision, live stock and 
lumber market in the world. Railroads 
center here from all points. 
ABEND POST; every evening except 
Sundav; Gernuiu; four pages 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1889; F. Glogauer & Co., i 
editors and publishers; circulation I 1 ; office { 
181 Washington street. , 

AFTOXBLADET SKAXDIA; every 
evening except Sunday, and fSKAXDIA, 
Wednesdays; Swedish; indepeudeut; daily 
eight pages 18x2:3, weekly twelve pages; 
subscription— daily $3, weekly $1.50; estab- i 
lished 1890; Skandia Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers; office 192 and 194 Washing- 
ton street. 

AllGlJS (Euglewood); every morning ex- 
•cejjt Sunday and Monday, and iSUNDA Y 
AKGUS. Sundays; four pages 13x20; estab- \ 
lished 1887; W. B. Graves, editor and pub- ■ 
lisher; circulation J 1 ^:::1:; dated at Engle- 
woofi ; office i',221 Wentworth aveime. 

BUSINESS ; every evening except Sun- 
dav; financial; four pages 10x14; subscrip- 
tion's; established 1885; W.G. Nicholas, edi- 
tor; C. W. Dunkley Printing Co., publishers; 
circulation 1 1 ; Issue a supplement entitled 
Commercial Ruport; office 170 East Van Buren 

^ CHICAGOER. ARBEITER - ZET^ 
TUNG ; every evening e-xcept Sunday, DIE 
FAOlvEL,, Sundays, and VORBOTE, 

Wednesdays ; German ; socialist ; dally 
four pages 20x26, Sunday ten yiages, weekly 
eight pages; subscription— daily $7..50, Sun- 
day $2, weekly $2; established— daily 1877, 
Sunday 1879, weekly 1874 ; Socialistic Pub- 
lishing Society, editors and publishers; cir- 
culation—dally H 2, Sunday E 1, weekly H 1; 

ofRre 274 West 12th street. , 

CHICAGOER FREIE PRESSE; 
every morning and evening except Sunday, 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays, and DAHEIM, 
Sundays; German; daily and weekly Inde- 
peiulentrepublican, Sunday literary; dally 
and weekly eight pages 17x23, Sunday twelve 
pages ; subscription— dally $8, weekly $1.50, 
Sunday $2.60; establi.shed 1871; R. Michaelis, 
editor ; German-American Publishing Co., 

gublishers; circulation— dally E l.weeklyG 1, 
unday O 2; the SonntagK Bote Is also Issued 
Sundays for country circulation; .subscrln- 
tion $1.50, with weekly edition .$3; office 94 
Fifth avenue _ . 

<!IiICA(iSK.E I.ISTY; every morn- 
ing; Bohemian; elk'lil pages 16x22; suljscrlp- 
tion S6; estalillshed 18S3; J. V. Matejka, editor 
and publisher; cin-ulallcin .11; Issues also 
the Amerika: <>ffl<-e ;!';2 West IHth street. 

C03I.>IEKCIAI. REPORT, (see Bus- 
iness.) 

»A<JBL.\DET; every evening except 
Sunday; Norwegian; four pages 17x21; sub- 
scri|)tion .<!1; estaUlished is89; L. S. Relling, 
ediior; Nonlen I'libllsliing Co., publishers; 
clreulatl'>tl .1 2: office 79 r)e;irhorn siri'el. 

DROVERS' JOIIIIXAI. (Union Stock 
Yards, town of L'lki'); ev^ry evening ex- 
cept Sunday, SE.1I I -NVEEK liV. Tuesdays 
and Fridays, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; 
livestock; ilallv ami seiril weekly four pages 
15x23, weekly eight pages; subscription — 
dally 94, semi-weekly $2, weekly $1.50; estab- 



ILLINOIS. 



lished 1871; H. L. Goodall & Co., editors and 
publishers; circulation— daily E 2 :!;;i;, semi- 
weekly F 2 ^,:, weekly 1) 2 ;i:*^; Issue also the 
Sim; office Union Stock Yards. 

DZIENXIK CIIICAGOSKI; evei-y 
moiniug except Sunday: Polish; four pages 
I6.\22; subscription $:i; established 1SS5; Rev. 
Fr. Gordon, editor and publisher; office 141 
and 143 West Division street 

EVENIXG JOURXAL.; every evening 
except Sunday, and JOURNALi, Wednes- 
days; republican; daily eight pages 15x22, 
weekly twelve pages, Saturdays sixteen 
pages; subscription — daily $6, weekly $1: 
established 1844; Jolui R. Wilson, editor and 
publisher; circ'n— daily C 2, weekly D 2. 

EVEXIXG POST; every evening except 
Sunday; eight pages 18x24; subscription ,$3; 
established 1889; Chicago Evening Post Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation C 1 ; office 
138 Fifth avenue. 

GLOBE; every morning except Sunday, 
and SUNDAY GLOBE, Sundays; demo- 
cratic; eight pages 18x22; subscription- dally 
(without Sunday) .§3, Sundays 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1888; Globe Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation— dally E 2 *, Sunday F 1 :!:; office 
118 Fifth avenue. 

HEltALD; every morning except Sun- 
day, SUNDAY HERALD, Sundays.and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays; democratic; 
dally and weekly eight pages 18x24, Sun- 
day twenty-four to twenty-eight pages, 
Saturday twelve pages; subscription— dally 
$6, Sundav $2, weekly $1; established 1881; 
H. W. Seymour, editor; James W. Scott, pub- 
lisher; circulation- daily B 2, Sunday B 2, 
weeklv E 2 ; office 120-122 Fifth avenue. 

ILLINOIS STAATS-ZEITUXG; 
every morning except Sunda.\ , WEEK LY, 
Mondays, and DER WESTEX, Sumlays; 
German; independent; daily four pages 
17x2 i, weekly and Sunday eight pages ; sub- 
scription—dally $S, weekly $2, Sunday $2.50; 
established— dally and weekly 1847, Sunday 
1855; Illinois Staats-Zeltung Co., editors and 
publishers; circulation — dally D 1, week- 
ly D 2, Sunday 1) 2 ; office eor. East Washing- 
ton street and Fifth avenue. 

INTER OCEAX; every morning except 
Sunday, SEMI-VVEEK LY, Mondays and 
Thursdays, WEEKI>Y, Tuesdays, and 
SUXDAY INTER OCEAN, Sundays; re- 
publican; daily twelve pages 18x23, semi- 
weekly and weekly twelve pages, Saturday 
and Sunday sixteen pages; subscription — 
daily $8, semi- weekly $2. weekly $1, Sunday 
$2; established— dally aiul Sunday 1872, send- 
weekly 1874, weekly 1872; Inter Ocean Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation — dally 
C 2, semi-weekly I 2 , weeklyA 1, Sunday C 2 ; 
offline 85 Madison street. 

MAIL ; every evening except Sunday; 
republican; four pages 18x23; subscrip- 
tion .$3.50: established 1882; S. Pi xley, editor; 
Chicago Times Co., publishers; circ'n CI; 
Issue also the Times. 

MARKET REVIEW: every evening 
except Sunday; livestock; four pages 18x24; 
subscri|)lionS4: established 18S5; C. H. Gould, 
editor; Gould & Co., publishers; circ'n Jl; 
office 176 Fifth avenue. 

NATIONAL HOTEL REPORTER; 
every morning except Sund;iy ; four pages 
20x25; subscription $s; established 1871: F. W. 
Rice, editor and publisher; circulation I 1 ; 
office 61 La Salle street. 

NEWS; every morning and evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; 
Independent ; dally four to twelve pages 
20x25, weekly eight pages ; subscription- 
dally S3, weekly .$1; established— daily 1875 
weekly 1863: Victor F. Lawson, eilllor ami 
publisher: circulalion-daily A 2:1:H"1:. week- 
ly li 1 :!:. I tf~ Aol iialareraae of iiaily editiiin 
for the i>iist year 213,871 co/iies. An edition of 
the weeklv entitled the Saturday Bwluet Is 
Issued for out-of-town circulation; office 123 
Fifth avenue. 

SK AX DIN A VEX I every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLV, Wednes- 
days; Norwegian-Danish; republican; four 



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pages— tially 19x26, weekly 22x28; subscription 
—dally $3, weekly $2 ; establlsheil— weekly 
18(55, dally 1871; John Anderson Publlsliliii,' 
Co., "editor ami publishers; circulation— dally 
G 1, weekly Dl; an edition, siiine size as 
the weekly. Is issued bi-weekly for European 
Cirt-ulitlon; i)fHePl87 North l^oorla street. 

^^OUTH CHICA<;0 CAlAJMETt ev- 
ery evening except Sunday; independent: 
four pages 18x22; subscription $(>; established 
1882: CM. Wilson, editor; Calumet Publish 
Ing Co., publlsliei-s; circulation .1 1 ; oftlce 
Commercial and South Chicago avenues. 

SSUN (Union Stock Yards, uiwn of Lake); 
every evening except Sunday; republican; 
four'pages 20x24; sul)scriptlon $:i; establislied 
IStJS: H. L. Goodall iSt Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation KIH-H^: issue also the 
DroviTS' Journal; office Union Stock Yards. | 

SVOItNOST; every evening except Sun- 
day; Bohemian; four pages 20x2li; subserlp- > 
tionST.Sti; established 18T4: F. B. Zdrubek, edi- 
tor; Aug. Gerlnger, publisher; circulation .11; 
Issues also the Aiiwrikan and the Duch Casu; 
offlee 1.50 West 12th street. 

TI.>IES; every morning, and WEEK- 
LiY. Wednesdays; democratic; dally and j 
weetly eight pages 18x24, Saturday twelve 
pages,"Sunday twenty pages; subscription- 
dally S6, dally (With Sunday) S"*, weekly $1, ' 
Sunday S2; established— dally and weekly I 
1854, Sunday 1865: Chicago Times Co., editors ! 
and publishers; circ'n — daily C 1, weekly B 1 ; 
issue alsii the Mail. 

TRIBUNE; every morning; republican; 
daily twelve pages 18x24, Sunday twenty- 
four pages: subscription — dally $i;, Sunday .$2; 
establlslied 1840; Tribune Co., publishers; clr \ 
cnlaiiou B 1 i);^;!:; olHce cur. Madison and ' 
Dearborn streets. 

DEUTSCHE WARTE; (see Mllwau 
kee. Wis. ) j 

ADVANCE; Thursdays; congregational; 
twenty pages U.xlT: subscription $2..50; estab- 
lished 18()( ; Advance Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers : circulation D 1 ; offlee 226 and 228 La 
Salle street. 

A I) V <) C A T E (South Cicero) ; (see 
Oj>iiiiiiii.) 

A.UERICA: Thursdays; literary; flftv- 
two pages 8.X12: subscription S;J..'JO; estab- 
lished isss; Slason Thompson, editor; Sla.son 
Thompson & Co., publishers; circulation F2: 
ollice 1^0 Monroe street. 

AMERICAN ARTISAN, TINNER 
AND HOUSE FURNISHER; &itur- 
days; commercial: forty two to seventy-two 
pages 11x15; subscription $2; established 1880: 
Daniel Stern, editorand [lUbllsher; circulation 
Gl;':;:;;: ofTlce I'O Dearborn sl-reet. 

AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL.; Wed t 
nesdavs: bee culture: sl.xteen pages 8x11; 1 
subscfiptii.n .$1; estaldished 18(il; Thos. G. ' 
Newman, editor; Thos. G. Newman & Son, 
publishers; circulation G 1 ^:'fi: issue also the 
Itlusfriilfd Home Jouriuil; olHce 246 East 
Madisim street. 

AMERICAN CABINET MAKER 
AM> UI'IIOLSTERER ; (8< e Boston, 
Mass.) 

AMERICAN CONTRACTOR; Satur 
days; areliltectural and commercial: twenty 
pages IU.V14; subscription $5; established 
1885: B. Edwards & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation it2; a monthly eclltion 
Is also Issued; subscription 82; dated at 
Chicago, III., Phlliidelphia, P.i., Boston. Mass., 
and New York, N. Y.; otllcc ,>i State street; 
New York Citv ottlce. fv3 Broadway. 

AMERICAN ENGINEER; Wednes- 
dava; englneerim;: ten i.ages 10.\14: subscrip- 
tion $-2; established 1880; T. P. Pemberton, 
eilltor; .Vmeriian Engineer Publl.-hing Co., 
publishers ; circ'n I 2 : offlee ^■^ll La Salle st. 

AMERICAN FIELD; Saturdays; 
Bportltig; thirty two pntft-s llxlf): subscrip- 
tion i5: established I87.'>: N. Howe, editor; 
American Field Piildisldiig Co., publishers; 
circulation K2: offlee 2I.T St.ite street. 

A.MKRICAN FLORIST; Thursdays: 
floriculture; twenty-four pages 9x12; sub- 
Bcrlptlon 91; establishec' 1885; The American 



Florist Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion G 1 ** ; dated at Chicago and New York, 
N. Y. ; Inserts advertisements relating to 
florist trade only; offlee 54 La Salle street. 

a;>IERIKA; Wednesdays; Norwegian; 
repul)lican; eight pages 17x24; subscription 
$2; established 1*84; O. M. Ralhelm, editor; 
Norwegian Publisliiug Co., publishers; circu- 
lation G 1: offlee 284 Wi^st Indiana street. 

A M E 11 I K A ; Thursdays; Bohemian; 
eight jiages i;.x.'3; subscrli)tlon $2; estab- 
lished 1888; J. V. Matejka, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation .J 2; issues also the Vhic- 
auskr Listji.; offlee 36> West 18th street. 

AMERIKAN; Wednesdays; Bohemian; 
Independent; thlrtv-slx pages 10x12; sub- 
scription S2. 50; established 1874; F. B. Zdrubek 
and Josef Cerniak, editors; Aug. Geringer, 
publlslier; circ'n G I:!"!:; Issues also the Sror- 
Host and the Duch Casu ; offlee 1.50 W. i2th St. 

ANCHOR AND SHIELD; Saturdays; 
Ancient Order of United Workmen; sixteen 
pages 11.K15; subscription $1.25; established 
18S0; D. I. Lillaril, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation G 1 :;::!:; offlee 87 Washington street. 

APPAREL (JAZETTE; Saturdays; 
commercial; lil'ty four pages 9.vl2; subscrip- 
tion $2; establlslied ISHU; J. B. Waldo and A. 
C. Schooley, editors; Waldo Publishing Co., 
publishers; offlee 184 and 186 Monroe street. 

APPE.VL; Saturdays; republican: four 
pages lsx24; subscription S2; established 
1885; C. F. Adams, editor; Northwestern Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; cire'u F 1;!;;|::|:; dated 
at Chicago, III., and St. Paul, Minn.; organ 
of the negro race; office 325 Dearborn street. 

APPLETON'S IN THE SWIM; 
Saturdays; literature: eight pages 16x22; 
subscription $2: established 1887; A. S. 
.\ppleton, editor; American Authors' Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; circulation 12:!:^; 
offlee Pullman building. 

ARGUS; Saturdays; eight pages 15x21; 
subscription $1.50; est;iblished liSo; Cbas. 
A. Higgliis, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion .1 1 ; olTice 76 Fifth avenue. 

ARKANSAW TRAVELER; Satur 
days; sixteen pages 11x15; subscription $2; 
established 1882; Opie P. Read, editor; Arkan- 
saw Traveler Publishing Co., publishers; cir- 
culation 1) 2 ; dated at Chlcag(j, III., and Little 
Rock, Ark.: offlee 182 Monroe street. 

BEARINGS; Wednesdays; cycling: six- 
teen pages <)xl2; subscrii)tlon $1; established 
1889; Van SIcklen .v Barrett, editors and pub- 
lishers; offlee 328-331 Dearborn street. 

BLADETt Tuesdays; Skandlnavlan; 

Independent; eight pages •20x2'<: subscrip- 

ti(Ui $1.50; established 18i 1 ; John Martensou, 

eilitor and ijubllsiier; circulation Fl^:^; 

t office 316 Wells street. 

I BRKEDERS' GAZETTE ; Wednes- 

' davs: live stock; twenty pages I(»xl5: gnb- 
scrlptloii $2; established 1881 ; J. H. Sanders 
Publishing Co., editors and publisliers; cir- 
culation i; 2; office 226 L;i Salle street. 

CAIiL; Saturdays; eight pages 15x22: sub- 
scription 81; established 1884; Fre.l Wilkin- 
son, editor; Aldlne Printing Co., pul>llshera; 
circulation K 2; oltlce .'igo; Cottage Grove ave. 

CANADIAN AMERICAN; Fridays; 
Independent: six p.iges 15x?2: subscription 
$2; established lss3: J. P. Jaftray, editorand 
publisher; eirculatlon F2; office cor. Van 
Buriii street and Pacltle avenue. 

CATHOLU IIO.ME; Fridays; Cath- 
olic Orili'r of Koresti-rs ; eight p;iK'es 15.\22; 
subscription $'J; estalillshot 1885; Owen Mor- 
gan, editor aii<l publisher; ciroulatlou O 2 :};:!;; 
offlee 405-425 Dearborn street. 

CECHOSLOVANt .Saturdays; Bohe- 
mian: eluht pages 16x22; subserljitlon $2 25; 
establlsheil 1885; Victor Kei'llc, <,'<llU)r ari<l 
publisher: oniee .W> Center avi'imp. 

(ilA^iPION OF FREEDOM AND 
RKiHT; Tliursilavs; anti - orohibltlon; 
eiiflit pa;,'es 16x22; subscription ?2..'iO; estab- 
lished 187S; I'aiil Schuster, editor and pub- 
lisher; circ'n H 2:'::;:: office 45 lj\ Salle street. 

CHRISTIAN CVNOSUREi Thurs- 
days; untMH<.tarlan ; anti secret societies: six- 
teen pages 11x15; subscription 82 ; establuihed 



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1868 ; National Christian Association, editors 
and pul)lishers; circulation H 'i;-;:!;; office 221 
West Madison street. 

CHRISTIAN ORACLE; Tluirsdays; 
disciples; sixteen pages 11x15; subscription 
S1.5U; established 1SS4; D. R, Lucas and F. M. 
kirkhani, editors; Oracle Publishing Co.. pub- 
lishers; circulation GI:ic;iJ; ottlce 41.5 Dear- 
born street. 

CHRISTIAN WORKER; Thursdays; 
friends ; tweutv pages 9x1,'; subscription 
$1.50; estal)lished 1871; Calvin W. Pritchard, 
editor; Publishing Association of Friends, 
l)abllshers; circulation H2:I;:i;; issue also 
Friends' Bible School Quarterly; office 415 
Dearborn street. 

CHRONICLE; Thursdays ; republi- 
can ; four pages 15x21 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1880; W. W. Baird, editor; D. L & 
L. L. Davis, publishers; eirculatiou K 2; oltice 
763 West Jladison street. 

CITIZEN; Saturdays; republican; ei.ght 
pages 15x22 ; subscription $2.50 ; established 
1882 ; John F. Flnertj', editor ; Citizen Nevsrs- 
))aper Co., publishers; circulation E 1 ^>|-; ; 
office 79 Dearborn street. 

COLUMBIA; Saturdays; literary; six- 
teen pages 10x14; subscription $2.5.); estab- 
lished 1890; Delmar Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers. 

C0.1I.UERCIAL GAZETTE; Mon 
days; conunercial; thirty-eight pages 10x13; 
sutecription $2; established 1883; J. C. F. Jack- 
son, editor; Industrial and Commercial Ga- 
zette Co., publishers; circulation H1;I;;I:; 
office 8 Lake street. 

CO.MUERCIAL UNION; Thursdays; 
commercial; four pages 11x16; subscription 
$.3; established 1SS6; Publishers' Commercial 
Union, editors and pulilishers; circ'n J2; 
dated at Chicago and New York, N. Y. ; office 
Tacoma building. 

CONiiREGATIONAL NEWS; week 
l.V; undenominational; si.xteen pages 8x11; 
subscription 50 cents: established 18S4; Inter- 
national Publishing House, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation G 1 ;|::I;;|:; issue also the 
Western Good Templar and the Statesman; 
office 167 Adams street. 

CONSERVATOR; Saturdays ; four 
pages 18x24; subscription $2; established 1878; 
F. L. Barnett. editor and DublisheB: circula- 
tion K 2; organ of the negro race; office 180 
South Clark street. 

COIJRRIER 1)E L'lLLINOIS; Fri 
days; French; independent; four pages 
18x26; sub.scription .$2; establisheil 1868; A. 
Grandpere, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2 ; office 1.56 Blue Island avenue. 

DAIIEIM ; (see Chicagoer Freie Presse.) 

DKHIOCRAT; Thurs<lays ; democratic; 
eight i)a<_'es 18x21 ; subscription .$1 ; estab- 
llsluMl 183:!; J. K. Bardin, editor; Chicago 
Democrat Co., puVjllshers; circulation D 2 ^^; 
office 5.3 Dearborn street. 

I)EN CHRISTELKJE TALS- 
MANI); Tuesdays; Norwegian - Danish; 
methodist-episcopal ; eight pjigcs 14x16 ; sub- 
scription $1.60; established 1S69; Rev. Chr. 
Trefder, editor; Norwegian -Danish M. E. 
Church, publishers; circulation H2; office 
157 West Indiana street. 

1)E NEDKRLANOER; Fridays; Hoi 
landish ; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; 
established 18S3: H. M. Buhrmann, eilitorand 
publisher; clrculallon .12; office 545 Blue 
Island avenue. 

I»ER llEOBACIITER; Saturdays; Ger- 
man ; republican ; eight pages Iix24; sub- 
scription $2; established 1878; Theo. Geste- 
feld, editor; H. Wllhelmv, publisher; circu- 
lation .1 2 ; office 156 West Randolph street. 

OKR POSTILLION: weekly; German; 
Independent; four pages 22x28: sub.scription 
$:'.; estJitdlshed 1HM5; EilwiMcl Hummel, editor 
and publisher; circulation 1 1 il'.;!:; dated at 
Lake View. 

I>ER WELTIIIIR<;ER; Thursdays; 
German; catholic; eight pages 1Sx2.3 ; sub- 
scription $2.50; established 1881; W. Kuhl- 
mann, editor and publisher; circ'n il 1 :i;:i:; 
office 230 Hudsim avenue. 



DER WESTEN; (see Illinois Staats- 
Zeitung.) 

I>EI TSCHE all(;esieine zeit- 

ITNG; Thursdays; German: evangelical; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1S8S; Rudolph Dubs, D. D., LL. D., editor 
and publisher; circulation Gl:|c^:; office 151 
Washington street. 

DIE BIJEHNE; Saturdays; German; 

literary; four pages 11x16; subscription $l..50; 

established 1877; Louis W. H. Neebe, editor 

and publisher; circulation J 1; office 327 

, Sedgwick street. 

DIE FACKEL; (see Chicagoer Arbe iter 
\ Zeitung.) 

I DIE RUNDSCHAU ; Thursdays; Ger- 
man: independent; eight pages 18x'22; sub- 
scription S' -50; established 1880; Louis Lange, 
Jr., editor and publisher; clrcidationD 2 ij:^; 
office 370 Dearborn street. 

DRY GOODS BULLETIN AND 
GENERAL STOREKEEPER; Thurs 
days; commercial; twenty-four pages 11x15; 
subscription $2; established 1888; Hugh E. 
Shedd, editor; Beuj. H. Jefferson, publisher; 
circulation I l;!"-;; office 170 Madison street. 

DRY GOODS REPORTER AND 
WHOLESALE PRICE LIST; Satur 
days; commercial; eight pages 12x17. and 
eighty page supplement: subscription §3; es- 
tablished 1870; W. P. Dunn & Co., editors 
and publishers; circ'n Gl:i:;i;:i;, including 
one special edition; office 167 Adams street. 

DUCH CASU; Sundays; Bohemian; 
humorous; four jjages 14x21; subscription §2; 
established 1877; B. Bittner, editor; Aug. 
Geringer, publisher; circulation H2:i:H:; is- 
sues also the Svornosf and the Amerikan; 
office 150 West 12th street. 

DUNTON'S SPIRIT OF THE 
TURF; Thursdays; horse breeding; twenty- 
six pages 11x15; subscription $4; estalilished 
1876; Frank H. Dunton, editor; Frank H. & 

E. M. Dunton, publishers; circulation F 1 ;1::;:; 
office l(i4 Washington street. 

EA(JLE; Saturdays; independent; eight 
pages 15x22; subs'crii)tion$2; established ls89; 
Henry F. Donovan, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation F 2 I;;;!:. 

ECONO»lIST;Satiu-days;financial, com- 
mercial and real estate; fifty pages 10x13; sub- 
scription $5 ; establishetl 1888 ; Clinton B. 
Evans, editor ; Economist Publishing Co. 
publishers; circulation 1 2 :!:;;•: ; office 97 
Washington street. 

ELITE NEWS; Saturdays; eight pages 
16x21; subscription .'SI. .50; established 1883; H. 
A. Pierce, editor; The Elite News Co., pub- 
lishers: circ'n I 2: office Pullman building. 

EMERALD; Saturdays; catholic ; eight 
pages 15x'22; subscription $2; established 
1879; .Tames E. Dunn, editor and publisher; 
circulation H 2:1::!:: office 162 East Washing- 
ton street. 

EPWORTH HERALD; Saturdays; 
metlnxlistcplscopal ; sixteen pages 11x15 ; 
subscription $1.50; established ISiK); Joseph 

F. Berry, editor; Cranston & Stowe. pub- 
lishers; office 57 Washington street. 

EQUITY; Tnesd.-iys; independent; six- 
teen pages 11x16; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1888; L. E. Adams .t Co., editors and 
publishers: office 119 and 150 Michigan ave. 

E R II O L U N a S-S T U N D E N ; (see 
Milwaukee, Wis., Deutsche Warte.) 

EVAN<JELISTKN; Mcmdays; Swedish; 
eight pages llxUi; subserii)tlon $1; estab- 
lished 1890; Prof. K. N.Jernberg, editor; C. T. 
Dvrness, i)ubllsher; office 75 Warren avenue. 

EXPRESS; Saturdays ; Independent ; 
sixteen pages 11x16; subscription $1: estab- 
lished 1823 : Express C'o., editors and pub- 
lishers; circ'n C 1 :i::l;:!:; office 192 Madison st. 

KVE ; Saturdays; photography ; twenty- 
four pages 8x1(1 ; subscription $'2.50; estab- 
lished 1882: Chas. Gentile, editor and pub- 
lisher: circ'n I 2 ; office 134 Van Hureii street. 

FARMERS' REVIEW; Wednesdays: 
agricultural: sixteen pages 11x16; subscrip- 
tion $1'25: established 1877: A. S. -Mexander. 
editor; Hannibal H. Chandler, publisher; 
Circulation D 'iijfiii:; office '215 Dearborn street. 



AMEKICAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



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ILLIXOIS. 



ILLINOIS. 



FAR31ERS' VOIC'K; Satiinla.vs: twen- 
ty four paues lOxl:!: siilisi-riiitioii §1; cstab- 
lis'iicd isss ; Lester C. HuMiard, <'ilitor and 
iniblisher; eirculatlon 1) 1 :■;:!:; oniee:i:>:! Dear- 
burn street. 

KAK.>I, FIKM) AM) ST(>< KMAN; 
Saliirdavs; a^'rUMiliiiial: I \v<>nty panes 11x1"); 
RUliseription $l ; establislied is;s ; (Jen. C. H. 
Howard, eiliiiH-: Howard .>c Wilson riililisli 
In^Co , publishers; cirt;ulatiou (' 1 ;|::i:; oHIco 
Times buildiuk' 

F I <i A K O ; Thursdays ; society and 
driuna; twenty pates 9x12; stihseriptlon $4; 
est ibllsheil ISS'.I; J. C. H. Andrews, editor; 
Flijaro Publishing Co., |)ul)lishers; ortice KO 
Mai I (son stn-et. 

FIiA.>IIN<; SWORD; Saturday.s; so- 
cial reform; fom- panes l(!x"J2: subscription 
$1..".0; established 18S<J; Cyrus, editor and 
publisher; circulation .1 1; olYice 301 'J Cottage 
Grove avenue. 

F O I. K E - V E N N E X ; Thursdays; 
NorwegianD.inish ; evangelical; eight pages I 
l:?xlH: sub-criptiou $1..X1 ; established ls'79; 
Wald Jlortensen .t Co., editors and publish- j 
ers; eireulalion G 1 ^^; oftlce 'Xil West In- 
diana street. 

FR.V.M.VT: Saturdays; Swedish; illii.s- 
trateil; four pages 17\.,'4; subscrijition .$1; 
established ls^4; Franiat Publishing Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation Li i:-:^;;:; 1 
oltiee 141 East Chicago avenue. 

FREE i>IETIIOI>Tf!iT! Wednesdays; 
frcc-methodist ; si.xteen jiages U-kIC; sub- 
scription $i . established 18()8; B. H. .Jones, 
editor; S. K.J. Khesboro. publisher; circula- 
tion i; 1 :■::•::■:; otllcc llH Fnnklin street. I 

FKEE PRKSS; (see South Chlcairo.l 

«iA>II.A OCIl XVA HE.IIIiAN- 
I) E T ; Thursdays: Swedish; ri|pubilcan ; 
eight to twelvt- pages 17x21: subscription $2; 
established isr>l; Enander & Hohnian, editors 
and publishers; circulation E 2 J;;;!:; ollice li.) 
East Chlf-ago avenue. | 

GAZETA KATOIilCKA; Thursdays: ! 
Polish; catholic; four pages 21x28 ; s\ibserip 
tlon S2; established 1871; Wladlslaw Smul- 
ski, editor ; Polish Literary Society, publish- 
ers : I'ireulation H 1: oflice (iH'i Noble street 

GAZETA POI.fSKA; Thur.sdays; 
Polish; independenl-republiean ; four pages 
'2;ix2!t ; subscription $2; establislied 187J; W. 
Dyniewlcz, editor and p\il)llsher; circula- 
tion <i 1: olflee .Wi Noble stieet. ! 

(i U .V I* H I C ; Saturdays: republican: 
twentv-four pages Uxlii; subseri|)tion .$0; es- 
tablished ISTll; Graphic Co., eilltors and pub- 
lishers; circulation J I ; oftlce 69 and 71 Dear 
born street. 

C« R <> C E R ; Mondays; commercial; ! 
forty pages 11x14 ; siil)Scriptlon .§2: estab- 
lished I8SI; O. L. Dendng. editor; Chicago 
Oroc r Co., j)ul)lishers; circulation 12 ;■;;);; 
offlee 19 Wabash avenue. 

GROCERS' CRITERION; Mondays: 
commercial; flftv-two pages 11x14; sub 
scrlptlon $2; established 1874; Eugene J. 
Hall, editor and publisher; clrc'n !•" 1 :i::i::iJ; 
ofllce :!• Wabash avenue. 

HEGEWISCII JOI'RNAIi; Thurs 
davs: four pages 17x21: subscription .SI. 50: 
oslabll.she<l 158.5; T. & W. Barrett, editors anil 
publishers; circculatlon L 1 ; dated at Hege- 
wiseh. 

HERO; Tuesdays; democratic; four 
pages 17x21; subscription .•*3: estalillshed 
18''.l: K. S. Snowden, editor: United Stales 
Publishing Co., publishers; circulation.! 1 :!;; 
an organ of the negro race: oftlce 192 Mather 

'^ iVli>E AND LEATHER; Mondays: 
commercial; sixteen pages ll.xl!): subscrip 
lion $2; est.ibllshed WK>: Hide and Leather 
Publlshint: Co., eilltors and i)ubll»hers: ofticc 
rSH l>i-.iil.oni sir( It. 

HO.ME LIGHT: Sitnrdavs; eight pagen 
Vtxii: subscription S2; est.d.llHhed 1871; M. J. , 
C.ihlll, e.lltor anil iiubllsher; clrc'n HI; 
oftici- 79 juiil 81 Handoloh street. 

II O R .S E M \ N t Thursdays ; sporting; 
thirty-six pages 11x16; subscription $t ; eg- 
labllshed 1881 ; Chicago Horseman Newspaper 



Co., editors and publishers: circulation G2; 
oftlce 182 State street. 

HOTEL WORLD; Saturdays; com- 
nu-reial ; sixteen pages llxlfi; subscription 
$2 50; established 187r> : H. J. Bohii & Bro., 
editors and publishers; circulation HI;!:; 
oftlce cor. Van Huren street and Pacific aves. 

IIIK1IORISTEN; Thursdays; SwcdI.sh; 
humorous; twenlvfour pages 11x11; sub- 
scriptlim S;2.5U; established Is'.lO; Humorlsten 
Publishing Co., editors and publishers; oftlce 
63 I'^-e^t Kinzle street. 

I N D E .V ; Saturdays: fiction: twelve 
pages 17x24; subscrl|>tion .«;2.50: established 
1875; C. E. Tuers, editor; Index Publishing 
Co., publishers: circulation K I :i;:l:: oftlce 325 
Dearborn street. 

INOK'ATOR; Saturdays; musical; 
thirty two pages ll.vl6; stibscrlptlon $3; 
estalillshed 18S0 ; L. C. Fox, editor; Indicator 
Co., publishers; circulation 1 1 ; office 225 
Dearborn street. 

INDUSTRIAL RECORO; Satur- 
davs; labor: eight nages 11x17; subscriiition 
$1; established 1887; ,J. H. Uandall, «Tlitor; 
E. H. Randall, publisher; circulation .12; 
Oftti-e 22il Honore street. 

INDUSTRIAL WORLD AND 
IRON WORKER; Thursdays; com- 
nio-eial ; tliirtv-six to forly-eii-ht jpages 
Ilxl."); subscription .§.3; established I8.">9; David 
H. Mason, editor; Industrial World Co., 
publishers; circulation (J 1; office 51 La Salle 
street. 

INTER KHJ; Thursdays; presbyterian; 
eight pages isx24: subscription $2. .50; estab- 
lished 18711; Wm. C. Gray, editor: MeCorndck 
& Gray, publishers: circiilation C 1 :i::|;; office 
45 and' 46 MeCormiek Hlock. 

INVESTIGATOR; Saturdays; insur- 
ance; sixteen pages 9x12; subscription S3; 
established 1871; .1. S. Blooniingston, editor 
anil publisher: circulation I 2 ; issues also the 
Wiftri-ii FheiiKiri : oftlce 177 La .Salle street. 

ISRAELITE; Fridays; .iewish; eieht 
pages 18x24; subscription $4: established 1S.53; 
Jsaa<! JI. Wise, editor; Leo Wise .t Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation F2;i;:|:; Issue also the 
Cincinnati. Ohio, .inifiican Isrnelite anil Die 
Vi'hiiinli : office M.'n Dearborn street. 

JOURN.AL: 'see Fmiino ■f"ii>-iinl.) 

JOURNAL OF COSIiMERCE; Thurs 
davs: commercial: thirty to sixty |>ages 
13x19; subscription $',: established 1862: .Tour- 
nal of Commerce Co., publishers; circulation 
G 2 :■;:•:: office corner Clark and Adams sts. 

JOURNAL OF EDUCATION; (see 
Boston. Mass.) 

JOURNAL OF THE AIIERKAN 
MEDICAL ASS<K;IATI0N ; Satur- 
days; medical: sixtv four panes 8x11: sub- 
scription .§5; established 18,83; X. S. Davis, 
editor; .\mcrican Medical Association, pub- 
lishers: circulation M 2; office 68 Wabash ave. 

JOURNAIi UND HEROLI); see 
Detroit. .^Ileh.i 

JUVENILE; Saturdays; phlliinlhropic; 
four pages 10x22: subscription .s2: established 
18110; Chlcigo.Tuvenlle Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers; oftlce II Slate street. 

K A T II O li I SC II E S WOCHEX- 
KLATT ; Wednesdays: German; catholic; 
eight i)aires r.lxi!; subs<-ription $2.50; estab- 
lished ISM): Franz Xavler Brandecker, editor 
and publisher: circulation H 2; office 648 
Sedgwick street. 

LAKE VIEW DEMOCRAT; Thurs 
davs: independent; four pages 22x:'.<i: estab- 
lished I8-.8: C. .1. Whitney, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 1: office ;91 Lincoln ave. 

LAKE VIEW INDEPENDENT; Sat 
urdavs; Independent; four paites 22x2s: sub- 
scription .'41.50: established 18s|; BInIr I'rint- 
lin; Co., editors and publishers; clrc'n K 1; 
office 5(>.i Lincoln avenue. 

LAKE VIEW TRIBUNE; Wednes- 
days; Gernuin; (dglit pages 18x21: subscrip- 
tion i?!l..50; eslabltslieil 18--6: Henry nonnefol, 
eilllor and publisher; eirculatlon J 1 ^:is; 
oftlcv 141'iU Noble avenue. 

LE COM HAT; Saturdays: French; four 
pages •20x26; subscription $l.ai; established 



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GEO. P. ROW ELL & CO'S 



ILLINOIS. 



ILLINOIS. 



1889; Dr. Elzear Paquin, editor aud publisher; 
office 441 Center avenue. 

L> E D G E K ; Wednesdays: literary; 
eight pu'-res lsxJ4; subsoriptiou $1.50; estab- 
lished ISTi; W. D. Boyce, editor and publisher; 
circ'u C 1; Issues also tlie Saturday Blade; 
office lift and 118 Dearborn street. 

T.EGAIi ADVISER; Tuesdays, and 
3I()NTIlLiY ; legal; eight to si.xteen pages 
UxId; subscription— weekly $1, monthly §1; 
established — weekly 1880, moutlily IStil ; 
Andre Matteson, editor; Law Publishing Co., 
publishers; circulation — weekly J a i;:^, 
monthly I 1 ;j;^: otflce TS Fifth avenue. 

LEGAL. NEWS; Saturdays; legal; six- 
teen pages 11x16; subscription $2.25; estab- 
lished 1868; Chicago Legal News Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation 12; office 87 
Clark street. 

LEVER: Thursdays; prohibition; four 
pages 17x24; subscription $1; established 
18(8; Center-Lever Co., editors and publish- 
ers; circulation E 1 il:;!::!:; office 134 Vau 
Buren street. 

LIFE; Saturdays; pictorial; twenty pages 
9x12; subscription .$2.2.0 ; established ixs9; 
Jlarie E. Barth, editor and publisher; office 
206 Inter Ocean building. 

L'IT\IiIA; Saturdays; Italian; four 
pages 22x28; subscription $2; established 
18S6: O. Durante, eilitor and publisher; circu- 
lation <» 1; oftioe 401 South Clark street. 

LIVING CHURCH; Saturdays : prot- 
estant-episcopal ; sixteen pages 10x1.5; sub- 
scriptions!; established 1878; C. W. Leffing- 
well, D.D., editor and publisher; circula- 
tion E 2 H^^; office 162 Washington street. 

LOYAL AMERICAN; Wednesdays; 
political and religious reform: eight pages 
9x11; subscription .$1.50; established 1890; G. 
G. Minor, eilitor and publisher; office 6:55 
The Rookerv. 

MARKETS; Thursdays; commercial; 
four i)ages 15x22; subscription $1; estab 
lished 188.3; W. O. Hottman, edit->r aud pub- 
lisher; circ'n G 2 ;i:;H; office Times building. 
MERCHANT TRAVELER; Sati.r 
days; sixteen pages 11x16; subscription $2: 
established 1882; A.J. Gcssweiu, editor and 
publisher; circulation E 2; dated at Chicago, 
New York, N. Y., and Cincinnati, Ohio; office 
229 and 2:51 State street. 

MISSIONS-VVANNEN ; Wednesdays; 
Swedish; evangelical; eight pages 18x24; sub- 
scription Sl-50 ; established 1874 ; Mission 
Friends Publishing Co.. editors and publish 
ers; circulation E 1 ;!;>!";=• t^" Ailiial arrr- 
agefor the past year 15,661 copies. Olllce lOs 
East Chicago avenue. 

MIXED DRINKS; Mondays; anti-pro- 
hibition; eight pages 15x22; subscription .$2; 
established 1889: Rotx-rt J. Halle, editor and 
publisher; circulation 12 :lc:l:; office 2il5 L:i 
Salle street. 

NATIONAL COKI'OR.ATION IJ E- 
PORTER; Saturdays : eoininerclal ; 
twenty pages U)xl:i; subscription $5; estab 
llshed 1890: Adolph Moses, editor: U. S. Cor- 

g oration Bureau, publishers; office 122 La 
alle street. 

NATIONAL WEEKLY; Saturdays; 
humorous: eight pages 17x21: siiliscrliition 
$2; established ls74; C. H. Harris, editor and 

Cubllslier; circulation 12; office 359 Dear- 
orn street. 

NORi>EN; Tuesdays; Norwegian Dan- 
ish ; eight pages 18x24; sultscription $2; estab- 
lished 1874; B. D. Siromme, editor; J. T. Rel- 
llng & Co, publislicrs; circul.itlon (J I; office 
869 .Milwaukee :tve!iMe. 

NOItTII-WESTERN CHRISTIAN 
ADVOCATE; Wednesdays; niethodlst 
epiaciip.d; sixteen nagcs 1:1x1H; suliscrlptioii 
$2: established ia->2: Arthur Edwards, D.D., 
editor; Cr.-inston & stowe, publishers; clrcu- 
lallon l> 1 ; offlei- .57 Washliiglon street. 

NORTHWESTERN li U M HER- 
MAN; S.iturdavs; coininerclal ; llfty-two lo 
clghtv eight pages 11x15; subscription $4; 
est;d.llshr-d 1R7I; W. H. ,Tudson, editor aiul 
publisher; circ'n <i I :i:;i<; oOlce :!25 Dearbi'm 
Street; New York City office, 10 East I4th st 



NO WE ZYCIE; Saturdays: Polish; foui- 
pages 15x22 : subscription .^l ; estaljlished 
1890; Fr. Szczerbowski, editor: .1. R. Niem- 
czewski, publisher; office si5 :51st street. 

NYA WECKO POSTEN ; Wednes- 
days: Swedish; baptist; eight pages 14x20; 
subscription $1.50: established 1878; Rev. E. 
Wingren, editor and publisher; circ'n H2; 
office 115 Sedgwick street. 

OCCIDENT; Fridays: Jewish; independ- 
ent; eight pages 15x22: subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1872; Julius Silversmith, M. A., editor; 
Occident Publishing Co., publishers; circu- 
lation C 1 :|;:i:i'i;; office 152 East Lake street. 

ODD-FELLOW; Saturdays; odd-fellow- 
ship; eight pages 8x12; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1889; G. L. Grant, editor; Odd-Fellow 
Publishing Co., publishers; circ'n J2;|::1j; 
office 40 Dearborn street. 

OPEN C01:RT; Thur.sda.vs; scientific; 
eight pages 10.\I2; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1887; Dr. Paul Cams, editor: Open 
Court Publishing Co., publishers; circula- 
tion H 1; issue also the ilfodjsi ; office 175 La 
Salle street. 

OPINION; Fridays; independent; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription SI. .50; established 
1889; C. C. Rol>erts, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation J 1 ;!:;!;: editions are Issued as fol- 
lows: the Adrocnte, for Clyde and South 
Cicero; tlie Herald for Lyons; the Record, for 
River.side, and the Southtvest Chicagoian; 
office 417 Dearborn street. 

ORANGE JUDD FARMER; Satur- 
days; agricultural; sixteen pages 11x16; sub- 
scription $1; established 1884; Orange Judd, 
editor; Orange Judd Fanner Co., publishers; 
circulation c 1 :!::■•.:■:; office 2-,'6 La Salle st. 

O K DENS IJ L ATT DER HER- 
;>I.VNNS-SOEII.\ E; Saturdays; German; 
four pages i:5x,'ii; subscripliou .§1: established 
1886; Adolph -Vkums, editor and ptiblisher; 
circulation J 1 ; organ of the Grand Lod-:e or 
the "Orden der Hermanns Soehnef;" office 
910 Milwaukee avenue. 

PAINT. OIL AND DRlCi RE- 
VIEW; Wednesdays: conniiercial; fort.v- 
four piiges 10x14; sub'seriplion $2; established 
1SS2; D. Van Ness Person, editor and jiub- 
llsher; circulation I 2 :i: ; office 166 Randolph 
street. 

PERSONAL RKillTS ADVO- 
CATE; Saturdays; eight puges 15x22: sub- 
scription .'$2: cstablishecl 18S6: Personal Rights 
Advocate Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation .1 1 : ori;anof the Persoiuil 
Rights League; office S4and 86 Fiftli avenue. 
PIL<>T; Satuniays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $2; established 1873; Catholic 
Pilot Publishing Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation II 1; offline 79 liandolph street 

PliATTDEITSC HE ZEI T UN G » 
Saturdays: (ierm.in; four pages 18x24: sub- 
scription .S2; established 1878; E<lward Cook, 
editor and publisher; circulation I I ; office 
li:j West K;indolpli street. 

PRAIRIE FA RMER; Saturdays; 
agricidtur;il: sixteen p.iges 11x16: subscrip- 
tion .'Jl; establisheil 1841: JoimtliMU Periam, 
eilltor; Prairie Farmer Publishing Cn., pub- 
iislii'rs; circ'n (' I :•::•;: nffice I."i(l Mimroe st. 

PRITEL DITECK; Sundays: Bdie- 
inlaii: si.xiceii pages 7x11; subscription $1..50; 
estMlillslied IS'.Ml; P. Fceh.iu, cdlt( ir ; office 70'2 
Allport street. 

PRODTCE TRADE ICEPOKTER 
AND SIIII'PEUS" (JAXETTE; Thurs- 
days; ciimnii i<-i,il ; twelve p.iiiis llixll; sub- 
seriptiiiM $2: establislHMl IS'.tii; Coiiiniisslon 
Men-haiits' Mercantile Ageiic.\ . iilltur.s and 
publishers; office PrudiK'e Exchange. 

RAIliWAY A<;E; Salur.lays; c(mi- 
merchil; thiitv-six ti« fort v pages 11x15; sub- 
scilptlon .«!4: established 1876: E. II. Talbott 
and II. K. Ilol.iirt. iclitors; Itallway Age Pub- 
lishing Cn., publishers: circuliitlon (Jl :;::!:; 
office 205 l,a Salle street; New York City 
oIlU'c 15 Willi street. 

RAILWAY ItEVIEW: Saturdays; 
tPchnh-al; thirty two pii^es llxlC; subscrln- 
llcin S4: established IS6S; Wlllard A. Smith, 
editor; Railway Review Co., publishers; 



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circulation H 1 ; ofUct' "The Uiiokery "; New 
YorkOitv (imcc IMi liioailwav. 

KEAIi ESTATE AM) niJILDINfJ 
.lOLKNALi Satiinlays; oonuuercial; lliir 
tv I'dur paiics 10x14; subscription $5; estab- 
Ilslicil la'W; K. C. Sniyors, editor and pulilish 
vr; clreulallon I 1 ; oflU'i' 161 WashluKlon st. 

ICECOKI); Saturdays; democratic : four 
pages 'Jlix.,'!! ; subscription $1; establlslied 
l>vS9; Suburban Newspaper Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation K'i; olllce 415 
Dearborn street; edillons are issue<l as 
follows: the Dciiiocrtit, for Alinira: the 
Monitor, for Auburn Park; the Tinirs, for 
Austin; tlie CrucibU\ for Blue Island: the 
Democrat, for Bownianville: the Hi'ca/(/. for 
Central I'ark; tUr Journal. forCoUhour; the 
Democrat, for CraKln; the Sun. for Cuni- 
nilnRs; the Press, for Downer's Grove; the 
Gazette, for Elnihurst; the Herald, for 
Elsdou; the G/f(i(i('r, for Glencoe; the A'fics, 
for Grand Crossing?; the \ews. for Gray- 
land; the Knterpri!*€, for Gray's Lake; the 
AVu'S, for Harlem; the HcraJf/.' for Highland 
Park; the Herald, for Hinsdale; the Twen- 
ti/serenlli Ward Democrat, for Irvinj; Park; 
the Democrat, for Jefferson Park; the 
Hyde Park Times and the Sun, for Kensing- 
ton; tlie Era, for Lake Forest; the Kcws, for 
Lake Zurich : the Lake Co. Times, for Llberty- 
ville; the .s'u»i, for McCafTrey; the .Y.ics, for 
May wood; the Times. forM'elrose; the Hcc- 
aUt, for Moreland; the i?p/i«'c?or, for Morgan 
Park ; the Home Sews, for Napervllle; 
the J()u /•»(«/, for New-Bremen; the Collegian. 
for Normal Park; the EntcrpHse, for Oak- 
dale; the Sews, for Oak Park; the .Journal, 
for Pullman; the Glen, for River Forest; the 
yews, for Koseland ; the ^V^eekly, for Sher 
mervlUe: the Star, for South Chicago: the 
Mirror, for South Englewood; the A'e"'s, for 
South Evanston; the Post, for Washington 
Heights: the Journal, for Wauconda; the 
Sors. for West McHenry; the .Veies, for 
Wheelii!k'. and the Times for WInnetka. 

KECOltD <Oran.l Crossing); Saturdays; 
republican; eight pages ISx'^,'; subscrliition 
«l.:')ti; estal)llshed lSs9; R. C. Craft, editor and 
publisher: circulation H '.> H^:!;;-;. 

RECOIM) iLake Vlewj; Saturdays; Inde 
pendent: eight pages 18x24; subscription $1 : 
established 188S; Christian Endeavor Pub- 
lishing and Supply Co., editors and i)ul)llsh- 
ers; circulation .1 1 ; oOlce Soti and xH Lincoln 
avenue. 

KKC^OKD (Riversldei; (see 0/>inion.) 

KKPEUEE: Fridavs; sporting; twelve 
pages 11x1.".; subscrliition $■> ; established 
isat; Samuel A. Miles, editor; Referee Pul>- 
llshiiigCo., publishers; circulation I 1 ; oftice 
:t>x-:ttt l)i-;irborn street. 

Hi:i,i(;io.piiii.080Pii iCA L 

JOI RNAL; Saturdays; spirltiudlst; slx- 
tei'U pages UxJ-J; subscription $'i50: estab- 
lished ISfti; John C. Bundy, i-dltor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2 :■::•:: ofHce 92 La Salle 
street. 

RI(;HTS of f.AltOK; Salur.lavs; 
labor ; sixteen pages llxlti; Hubscrlpiion$l.SO; 
established 188.".; Geo. E. Detwiler, editor and 
publisher; circulation Kl^:;-:; organ of the 
Knights of Ijibor: oftlce \m Washingion si. 

!S A N D E It i: I)ET: Fridavs; Swedish; 
met hiMllst episcopal: eight pages 15x21; sub 
scription $l..'jO: established 1862; Win. Hen- 
shew, editor; Swedish M. E. Book Concern, 
publishers; circulation H 2; ofMce l2>iOak st. 

» A X I T A R V >' E W S j Satunlavs; 
commercial; twentv-four pages 9x12; sub- 
scrlptl.in $2; establlshe<l IRs!; A. H. Harrv- 
man, editor; Thomas Hudson, publisher; 
Circulation J 2; offlce s-s an<l 90 La Salle st. 

SATURDAY HLADE; Saturdays; 
nctlon; eight pages lSx24; subsrrlptlon $2; 
established IS^S ; W. D. Bovce. editor and 

fubllsher; circulation AI^:':; Issueg also 
he lA-dner ; otllcc I If, and 11- IJearlMim st. 
HATI'Kirw ItriXiET; (see \V./«.i 
fc»ATi:RI)A Y EVEMNt; IlEKAMIt 
Baturdiivs: eight pages lbx22 ; subscrliition 
IS; established 1S74; John M. Dandy, editor; 



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Saturday Evening Herald Co., publishers ; 
1 circulation H 1; ofJIcc 89 Clark street. 
I SATURDAY EVEN1N<; POST; Sat- 
urdays; society; four iiages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 18, fi; Frank W. Breiickle, 
editor; F. W. Breiicklt; & Co., publishers; cir- 
( culatioii 1 2 :■::•:; ortice :i7 North (;lark street. 
SEKTINEIiS Thursdays; independent; 
sixteen pages I7x2.'i ; subscription $1: estab- 
lished I8TH; S. F. Norton, edltorand publisher; 
circulation Vri ;'::J:; ofllce ;MI Ogdeii avenue. 
S II D i; A ND \. E A T II E K K K- 
POKTER; (see New York. N. Y ) 

SHOE AND LEATHER REVIEW; 
Thursdays ; commercial ; slxtv pages 11x11; 
subscrliition $.",; established ISifi; Review 
Printing and Publistiing Co., editors and 
publlsliers; circulation 112; olllce ISO and 
1.S2 Monroe street. 
SKA N D I A : (see Aftonblade t Sknndia.i 
S K A N 1) I N A V I S K FA R M E It 
, JOI'KNAI.; isce Minneapolis, .Minn.i 

SOCIETY NEWS; Saturdays: inde- 
pendent; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1 ; 
established 1NS7; F. A. Farls, publisher; circu- 
lation J 2 ; oftlce 12f.s West .Madison street. 
SON NTA GS BOTE ; (see Chicai/oer Freie 

\ SOUTH SIDE ADVOCATE ! Satur- 
days; eight pages ITx24; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1888; Omer L.Downey, e<litorand 
publisher; circulation K2; office 39 Thlrty- 
tlrst street. 

SOUTHWEST CHICAGOIAN; (see 
Oj/ini(in.) 

SPORT.SMAN; Saturdays: sports; four 
pages 18x25; subscription .«;l.:'iO: established 
189t'; F. G. Crane, edltorand jiubllsher: oltice 
12 Sherman street. 

STANDARD; Thursdays ; baptist ; eight 
pages 18x24; subscription $2.50 ; established 
1853; J. A. Smith, D.D., editor; Goodman & 
DIckerson, publishers; circulation F2v:-;|:; 
oftlce (i9 Dearborn street. 

STATIONARY EN(iINEKR; Satur- 
days: engineering: thirty two pages 10x15; 
sub.scriptlon $2; The Engineer Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation FI; dated at 
Chicago, 111., New York, N. Y., and Boston, 
Mass.: Issue also the Ma.ster Steum Filter 
and Heatiud Kn(iine<r; oftlce 9 Lake Side 
building: New York City oftlce n;i Bro .dwav. 

SUBURBAN TIHIES; Saturdays; In- 
dependent ; eight pages l.".x22 ; subscription 
$1.50; establlslied I-Sil; P. C. Furliusli, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulailon K2: editions 
are Issued as follows: the Rcriew, for Barr- 
Ington; the -Yctos, for Des Plalnes: the Sent- 
inel, for Norwiiod Park: the Indciiendeut, for 
Palatine, and the Herald, fur Park Ridge; 
oftlce 112 and 114 Fifth avenue. 

SUNDAY A K<;US ; (see Argjut.) 
GI.OKE I (.see 0/o/i,'.i 
II ERA 1,1): iscc Herald.) 
INTER 0C;EAN; (see Inter 



SUNDAY 
SUNDAY 
SITNDA V 

Ocean.) 

SVENSKA AMERIKANAREN; 

Tuesdays ; Swedish; eight p;ik'cs IHx:r2; sub- 
scription S2.2."i ; established IK76: Jakob Bong- 
gren. eilllor ■ Swedish American Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation (i2; a two-page 
supplement entitled Srenxkn F)-ia Presnen Is 
Issued for free distribution at Roc k ford ; 
oftlce :l"i South Clatk street. 

SVENSKA KI'RIREN; Saturdays; 
Swedish: sixteen pages i:;xlS; subs<-ription 
$2.i5; established l-is4; Alex. J. Johnson, eill- 
tor and publisher; circulation K 2 *->;-; oftlce 
26 North Clark slicct. 

SVENSKA TRIBUNEN; Saturdays; 
Swedish; repiibllean: ten pages lsx24 ; sub- 
scription $2.•^"l ; establlsheii ls69 ; Swedish Pub- 
lishing Co., editors :ind pulilishers: circula- 
tion (• I :!;*: oftlce .'IT N,.rlh Clark mreet. 

THIRTY- FOURTH WARD RE- 
VIEW ; 'see Pullman liec\eir.\ 

Til Rl FTiThursda.\stai;rlciiltunil: eluht 
page> llxifi; HiiliscrlplloM ^1 ; esliibll-lieil lss9; 
J. K. t;r.ihaiii. cllior: Thrift Publishing Co., 
pubilsheri': oftlie .Vi Dearborn strei-l. 

TI.>IBKR>IANi Saturdays; conimpr- 
clal ; thirty six pages 11x15; subwrlptlon 



loii 



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♦ J; i-stal>llsl\e(1 18'<5; J. E. Defeliaugh, editor; 
LumlnM-ni.iii Piibllslijiig Co.. publishers ; i-lr- 
culatlon .1 I : fifllif Ifil-lH! Kandolph street. 

TOW.V «F L.VKE EVE; (see Engle 
wooil. ' 

TKAI»E AXI> MIXING REVIEW; 

Siitiirdavs; oiiiiinicTcial; vixieen paues I(l.\14: 
subsrrii.lion §■,>; .stalillshiil 1J<78; P. E. BIs- 
s»'ll, eilitor and piilillslier; clrc'u II l:!;;;:; 
ortice I'iJ Wa'^liiiiK't'in slreet. 

IKiEltL.VDKT; isee Minneapolis, Minn.) 

rM<)\-."^l(JNAl.,; Thursdays; temper- 
ance: sixteen liases 10x15 ; subscription Sl.'iO: 
established — t'/iiim 1871, Signal l-SO; Miss Ma.v 
Allen Wi'st. editor ; Women's Tenij)erance 
Publication Association, publishers; circula- 
tion li -• :;::■::■;: otTiee Kil La Salle street. 

IJXITV; Thursdays: unitarian: elplit 
pa(?es lixKi: subscription $1 : established ISTS; 
Jenkln Lloyd Jones, editor; Chas. H. Kerr & 
Co., publishers: circulation U >' ;i:;J;:ic ; ofHee 
17.5 Dearl)i>rn street. 

IJXIVEKSAIilST; Saturdays; univer- 
sallst: eik'ht uatfes 18xi4: subscription i'iM; 
established ifcs : J. S. Cant well. D. D., editor; 
Universallst Publishing Hou^e, publishers; 
circulation (; 1 :■;:;:: dated at Chh^a^o and Cin- 
cinnati. O.: otficeG'J Dearborn street. 

VEIM)EX!S (JANG; Thursdays; Nor- 
wetfian lianish : independent; elicht panes 
r.i.^18 ; sul)scriptlon .VJ cents ; established 1878; 
O. S. Hersier, editor; Verdens Gang Pul)- 
lishhiK Co.. liublishers; circulation I 1 ; odlce 
1H7 Niirth Peoria street. 

V I .11 ; Fridays; Independent: four paijes 
llx?.J; subscription 50 cents; established IssS; 
T. Laramie & Son. editors and publishers; 
drc'n n •,'; ottice 3805 Cottage Grove avenue. 

VOIMIOTE; (see Vlucagoer Arbeiter- 
Zeitmii/.i 

\OliV BTiAD: Tuesdays; NorweKinn: 
lutheran; ei:;ht patjes I Ixltj; subscription §1 ; 
establlshe<l IS-CJ: N. C. Brun, editor and pub- 
llsht-r: circulation .1 2: ofllce 1s6>Shol]ert st. 

W E E li. ' .S C U 11 R E N T ; (see Oak 
Park.) 

WEST END ADVOCATE; Saturdays: 
four pases I5x2','; subscription $1 : establisheil 
18H:5 ; C. E. Crandall, editor and publisher; 
clrc'n (i 1 :■:;•-,:!:: otlici- 5(1 West Hamlolpli st. 

WESTERN KRITISil A1IEKI- 
(!AN; Saturdays; ten |)aKes 15x2J; suliscrlp 
tlon $•>; established 18<7: Rrltlsli American 
Co., editors and publisht-rs: olllcc 253 and 
2-">5 Dearborn sti"eei. 

WESTERN <'ATII0 1.IC NEWS; 
Saturdays: catholic; c-U'lit pages 15x2',': sub- 
scription .§1.50; established ISfiT; J. C. Phillips, 
editor : Western Catholic News Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation .J '.' ; ofHce l.'M Van 
Buren street. 

WESTERN ELECTIMCIAN; Satur 
davs ; nii'>'hanical : twi>iitv lour ii;iges 111x15; 
Hubserlplloii .•*:!; established I8S7 ; W.A.Kreld- 
ler, editor and i>ublisher; circulation I 2 ; of • 
tIceO l„ike-i(le l>ulldlni,'. 

WESTEItN I'MUEUAN; Wednesdays; 
Hlxtet-n pages !lxl:i: subscription .$'.'; estati 
llshed I87H; J. S. Kloondiigsion, editor and 
uublishur ; circulalloii I J : allreman's paper; 
issues also t)u: Invintlyatdr; ofllce 17i La Salle 
street. 

WESTEKN <;OOI> TEMIM.AR; 

WeiliHsdiiVs; li'iMpi'iance: eight pages I.lx'Ji; 
HUbserlptlon $1; establisheil ls7l: K. W. 
Challn and T. MaiMinecn, editors; Interna 
tional Pulillxliing fToiisi-, ipubllshers; circu- 
lation <; 1;':;;::';;: Imsui- also the Cmniiigii 
lioiitil .Vi'irs and the Sliitinniiin ; olTlue 1G7 
Ailanii Hlri-et. 

WESTERN .lEWKIiERi Sntiirdnys; 
thirty four pages '.ixlJ: subscription $<; cm 
tnbllshed Is-'.i; J. >I. .lacolis. e<illi.r ami pub- 
llshi-r; oftli-i- .M and r«.') Dearborn strict. 

WESTEKN RITKAIiAM) A.MEltl- 
CAN STOrii.MAN; .Saturdays; agrlciill 
urul; Hlxti'i'ii pMgi's lllxi'.i; Hiilisci'lplloii 91.50: 

CHliiblislied |Ht'.2: .Mill ieorge, editor and 

publi-.hi-r; circulation l>l: otll.e l.'.8 Clark 
stri'i-t : Ni-w York onb'i', Jl park row. 

WEST SIIIK VIMMCATOICt Satur 
(layH; cltl/.ens' party; eight pages Hx'.>4: huIi- 



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scrlption $2; established 18S3; Wni. Halley, 
editor and publisher: circulation K2: issues 
also the Austin Vbnlictttor, the Maywood 
Proriso Vindicutor. and the Oak Park \'in- 
ilicatur; ottlee S. W. corner Dearborn and 
Harrison streets. 

WIARA I OJCZVZNA 5 Wednesdays- 
Polish: catliolic : sixteen pages 11x16; sul»- 
seription .•Ji: established ls8S; .Tohii Kadjie 
Jewski, editor; Polish Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation ,1 'J;;:;-:; oltice 141 and 143 
West Division street. 

Y01:N<; men's ERA; Saturdays; 
evangelical: si.xteen p;iges 11x16; sub- 
scription $l.."iO: establislied 1874; H. P. Will- 
lams, editor: Yoinig Meu's Era Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation I) 1 ;•::•::•;. inchnl- 
inp one special edition: organ of the Young 
Men's Christian Association ; ofHce 10 Arca*le 
court. 

YOUNG PEOPLE'S WEEKLY; 
Sundays ; evangelical ; eight iiages 12x17; sub- 
scription S1.V5; established 1S80; David C. 
Cook, editor; D. C. Cook Pul)lislilng Co., 
publishers: circulation 1) 2 : dated at Elgin; 
ofHce 25 Washington street. 

Z<;OI>A: Wednesdays: Polish: eight 
pages 17.v2o; suliscrijition §2; establislied 1888; 
Stanlslaw Niekl, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation 1 1 ; office 112 West Division street. 

JOrilNAI. <»P WOKK; biweekly; 
mercantile pursuits; sixteen pages (ixlO: sub- 
scription 2") cents; established b87: W. D. 
Showalter, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion .1 2 : ollici' <>-(l West Lake street. 

K A T II O 1. 1 sen ER .irtJENO- 
FREI:NU; Ill-weekly; English and Ger- 
man ; catholic; juvenile; tweiitv pagcsTxlii; 
subscription 81 ; established 187(>; Rev. A. .1. 
Thiele, editor; G. Llndenberger, publisher; 
circulation G2: devoted to the Interests of 
the High Ridge Orphan Asylum; office 3 North 
Clark street. 

SONS OK VETERANS' NATIONAL 
REVEILLE; i)i weekly: Sonsof Veterans; 
si.xteen pages 11x10; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 18Sti; E. F. Roe, editor; J;is. J Lvoiis, 
publisher ; circ'ii H 2; ollice 78 Fifth avenue. 

WESTERN PAPEK TRADE; 
bi-weekly: coniniercial: twenty p;iges 12x11!; 
subscription $\.M: established |s75: J. HYed. 
Wa'.igoner, editor and publisher: circulation 
.I2:!;:l;: Issues also the U'lSleni Staliuner; 
ollice I.Vi Washington street. 

W ESTER N STA T I ON E R ; bi-weekly ; 
comincrelil: sixteen pages '.1x12: subscription 
$150: established 187'.); J. Fred. Waggoner, 
editor and publisher: circulation 1 1:1::1:; Is- 
sues also the Wrslern Paper Tratle; oHlce 155 
Washington street. 

A (' K E R r N D ti ARTE N II A U 
ZEITI NG: isie M ilw.iukee. Wis.) 

A.IIERIKANISCIIE .lAGD UNI) 
SCIIUETZEN ZEITIiNG; semimonth- 
ly; German: siiorllng; twenty iiages lIxKi; 
subscription V-; established IsSti: Chas. A. 
Fischer, editor: American .lagil iind .schuct- 
zen Zcltiing Publishing Co . iiublishers; cir- 
culation .1 1 : office 14 and HI .\. Can il street. 

A R <» l- S ; senil monthly: Insurance; 
twenty pages Iiixl2: siib.scripllon $:): rstab- 
ll.shed 1S71: chas. A. Hewitt, editor; Rollins 
Publishing Co.. publishers; clrciibitlon I 1:);; 
ollice Hil L.i Salle strict 

IILACK DIA.MOND; seml-niouthlv ; 
commercial: I'ortN -I'Ighl pages 10x14; sub- 
scription $2: eslabllHhed lsS5: Klsclioll' & 
Waterloo, eilltors and publishers: ciix-iila- 
lion II 1: ollice Home Iiisurani'e building. 

CLARK'S IIOKSK K EV I E\\ ( semi- 
moiithlv: llilitvtwo pa;;i'S llxl.'i; subscrip- 
tion $2: established isstl; (i g,- II. Morgan, 

editor: Clark's Horse Review Co., publishers; 
otllec I'll WMshlngioii streit. 

DEIC WAIIKIIKITS ZKUGEi seml- 
monllily: German: four iiagcs |sx24: siib- 
scrliillo'n $1 : ehtabllHheil Is.i;; Chas. M. Rolrr, 

M D lltor: I). A. .Missions Veri'l n vmi .\m- 

rlka. jiillillshers; oHlce '•('ill Milwaukee live. 

IN-T'ELLIGENCEi '-e o.ik Park.i 

LI'.fllU'.U TKADK .lOLKNAL; 
semi moiiliily ; commercial; forty pages 



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11x11: !«iil)Rcri|>rlr»i ^O; cslahlUlied 1HS»: Oi'o. 
W. Hoti'hklH'i.iMlltor: LiiiiiImt Trmlo .Icniriiul, 
iiuhllslicrs: clroulalioii II •,':■::;;; unici' D'.' uikI 
■JM I.!i Sallr slii'.l, 

I. r T II K U I S V II K It 11 A r s • 
F It K V N I) I soiiil iiiniithly ; Uerninn: 
liltlii'i-aii: I'lk'^it paKcs I'JxlS; siili>.crl|i(liiii $1 ; 
4.>-ra!ilN'ii'il InSI; R,'V. J. U. Si'verliU'lmiis, 
A.M..eillti>r: (iernian Piililtoallon Bonnl, inili 
lIshtTs : circulation J 1. 

NATIONAI- l,AI NDltV JOIIt- 
NAI<; si'iiil inoiitlilv ; romiiiiTi-Jal : llilriy 
six |iai:cs llxlli; suhsiirllillyti <tl; rstalillslii'd 
I87>* ; ClinrUvs Dowst. e<lllor ami piihllshi-r; 
clroulallon I -J ; "nice I'J:> WasliliiKlnu strot't. 

l*ltESTI»i soiiil iiKiiillily: iiinslral ami 
draiiialli-: twenty four to tlilrtv two paK'es 
inxl:i; Mibs.rlptlon $1.50; cstalillshed Ksi; 
Frank Aliliott. •■•Ilior: I'n-sto Co., pulillshers; 
vIriMilatlon II 1: onii-i- 11:1 Ailamsslicft. 

it A I I. W A V It K M HO O K ; senil 
monthly; one hiimlri'<l an<l lliirt v t wo ii.itros 
;i.\r.: siil)^crl|itloii .<!■.'; i>.slalillshfi'l lvj(): Wll 
son Bnxiks, eilitor ami pnMlslipr: a railroad 
time talilc; ut1lc<- KM and 9 ) Wa.shiiiRton si. 

It. .11. S. ltr<«I.Ki send niontlilv; jios 
tal .servlrr; twidvc panes '.ixI'J; siih.sfrlption 
SI: e.sfilillslied IS<r.; .V. K. WInrott. editor and 
iiiilili.slicr: elreiilation .1 1:|:: olllce Ilainilton 
block. S. K. cor. of Clark and Van Unrcn sis. 

SABKATII VI.SITOIti .send inonihlv; 
Jewl>li: Juvenile; one liuiiilied and forty 
foni pii^es 7x1(1: sulis<.Tiptlon $1 .Mi; estali- 
llshed 18T1; Chas. E. B ocll, e.lltor; BIocli 
PuldlshliiKand I'rIntliiK Co., nubllsliers; cir- 
culation 1 .' : a Jewish Suliliatli .School paper; 
otllee l^J .Monroe street. 

srilOOl, liKItAM); seinl monthly; 
Pd-: twenty paKcs Sxll : HUliscrlptlon 

"5. ihllshe.l issi; .School Herald Pub- 

llsliui^ I o.. editors ami publishers; circula- 
tion <i •,'; onice IS", Wabash avciine. 

SOC I A I. WO It \. U I semi monthly; 
.social: el({lit pa^es Uixii: subscription $1; 
<'Stabllshed l><s«i: Fred. .\. Rowe, edlti>r; Fred. 
K. True. publKher; circulation J 2; i>nice 
room lo. 7> Fifth a%-enue. 

STATIONER AM) P It I X T E It ; 

Beinl- monthly: commercial; tlilrtyfourpaKes 
9xl'.'; subs<-rli)tlf>i) $2: established I-WU; J. 
Sawtell.' Ford, eilltor and publl.sher; i-lrcu- 
latlon 12 : Issues also the rhture and Art 
Triiilr: onice ItVt De:irborn street. 

TKI.E<;itAPIIEIti send monthly: tel 
e({ra|)h\ : i-ltflit pa.-es lii.\I:i: subscription «1: 
estalilKhed 1V»'I: Chns. S. Andress. editor aiul 
publMipr: onice \H North Curtis street. 

VOIl TAIiSMANOi semimonthly; 
NorwcK'lan Danish: elicht p.-i^es IlxP;; Ku"b 
ix-rlptlon III) ceiil^; L->(abllshe<l IH^g; p. c. 
TnindlM-rtf, editor .iiid publisher; onice .104 
Fulton street. 

WKSTEKX IlltOKEIt; semi-monthly; 

<"oii 'hlrly-»lx pak'cs 111x11; subscrlp- 

tl"' .i.llshec' l8-4i: \lfr.-d .Sanderson, 

*li' , icrn Broker PubllshliiK Co., pub 

Ushers; circulation J I ;js^:; Issue a second 
ollllon; subs.rlptlon $1. .'■(); onice 196 La Sjlle 
street. 

YOI'M; CltrSADEItt semimonthly; 

temperunc.-- r ..■.«•.., il.xlfi; HUbs<-rlptloii 5il 

cenU; <-,i«l. 7; AMce .M. (iuernsey, 

editor: Won .jiiH-reiicc Assoclnllon, 

pllblNhers; ..ni..- ■,! I.ii Salle street. 
AM. lANC'E lIEItAI.Oi monlhlv; 

metti.xlUt clilsi-ojp.il ,1 \ f. , II r. .L.-. - -xlO; sub 
s<Tlptlon rw cent i: S. A. 

Kpan. editor: fJc. her- elr 

«-Ulnl|oti I ■.' : onii-.- .• ].i - 111.- ,n, . t. 

AMEItK AN AIIVEKTiSKItinionth 
ly: ndMTf Ml,;; iti.l ui.,i!-.\v I r .-- - i ni- ; t wen 
Jy 'our I ': .^tub 

llshe.1 ,,„| ,,u|, 

lisher- ■ :; , ..,.,.., , 

^VA'^'i '.f.A^ III IMMNJ; A*<SO( lA. 
TION \l-.\\«4: in'.iithl\ : iwi-iiiv pniji s 



Bloch Publishing and PrlnlliiK Co., publish- 
ers; circulallon 1 1 ; otllce IS2 Monroe street. 

AlIKItUAN EI.KVATOIt AMI 
(•RAIN TltADK; monililv; <-omnicr. 
'•lal; thirty two pa^cs ll.x 1.".; ' subscription 
«l: established ]M> ; Harlev B. Hitchell, 
eilllor; Mlt<hell Brothei-s C'o., publishers: 
circulation II','; Issue also the Aiiifriciin 
Millfr; onice is.| Dearliorn stn-ct. 

A »I E It MA N V A It >l E It , I.I V E 
STOrii. AND IVMl.TltV ItAISER; 
inoiithly; twenty four panes llxl.".; siib>iTlp 
lion .'.o ci-nts; establlslied IHS4; Heo. (J. lllfl, 
editor and publisher; circidallon (i2;ic:i:; 
ofllci- I2."i Clark street. 

A II Kit MAN KlTItNITI'ltE <iA- 
/. ETTK; I thly ; I'oniiiien-lal ; fifty- 
six panes loxl:!; subscription .Ml cents: esta)>- 
llshed IHTS; M. I). Talcott. editor and pub 
Usher; elrc"n H 2:;::!:: ortlce l.'io Dearborn st. 

A M E It I ( A N II A It NESS A N I) 
IIORSK .lOriCNAI.: mohthly: com- 
iiicrcial; twenty einhl panes lO.x Ij; subsi-rlp- 
tl.ui J?]; established Is.s;; F. .\. Hart, . ditor; 
Bloch Publlshliin and Prinlinn Co., publish- 
ers; circulallon r; l :;:;i::|:. inrludinu 'pecinl 
eilili'iiis; olllce ls2 .Monroe street. 

AMERICAN .lEWEI.EIti m.mthlv; 
commercial; thlrty-slx pant's 9x12: subs<'rfp- 
tlf)n .«;l: established 1**2: Oeo. H. Ha/.lltt. 
editor; (Jeo. K. Ila/llll A f;o., publishers: cir- 
culation <; 1; oniee.'ill to :iM Dearborn street. 
, AMERICAN .lOIRNAI. OF EIH'- 
I CATION: -e.'Si. I.oub. Mo i 

A >l Kit MAN 1. 1 VERY. MAN ANI> 
HORSE-OWNER ! inonlhlv ; commer- 
cial ; einhl pane> llxlt'i: sMl)scrlprion $1; eslab 
llslieil iss|; .lelTcrson .Tack^on. e<lllor and pub- 
lisher: Kirculallon 1 2 •.l::-:; Issues also the Na- 
tional llnrnfy^ Rfi-iiir; onicellfi DearlMirn St. 

A.MEItlCAN MILLER i monthly; 
commerciiil ; eighty four panes llxll; sub- 
scription .91; established 187:); H. B. Mitchell, 
eilltor; Mitchell Brothers Co., publishers; 
ciri'ulatliin ■; I ; Issue also the Atm-rlran 
Klevator and Grain Trade.; onice ls4 Dear- 
born -Ireet. 

AMERICAN POI'LTRV JOIIt- 
NAl.) monthly; poultry ralsinn; thlrty-slx 
Danes Sxll; subscription 81 ; eslabllshed ISTI; 
Mornan Bates .'t Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation || 2: oftlce li:t Adam- sln-el. 

A:>IEItlCAN SHEEP- KltEEDER 
AM> WOOI..(iltOWEIt ; monthly; 
live stock ; I went v panes 9x12; subscription 
81 ; establlsheil IKS.|; c. S. Bur.li, editor; C. S. 
Buri'h Piibllshlnn Co., uyhllsherH; circula- 
tion 11 1; offli'C l"u Madison street. 

AMERICAN SOAP .lOCRNAI.i 
monthly: commercial; thirty two panes '.ixPJ: 
subscription $2; establlshe<l Is'.k); Heury 
(^iathman. editor and publisher; ofltee SSanil 
;)0 Market street. 

A .M E It I C A X STOREK EEPER j 

monthlv : comuieri-l.-d: f.nlv fourpiines Klxl'I; 
sulis4'rlptlon fll ; establish. 'd is-^l ; John K. 
Allen, editor: Holley Piibl lshln n Co., publish- 
ers; clrciil itioii F 1 :^.if\'f. tW~Artunl av,raiir 
fur till- iKiHt yiar 11.1111 co/,i,-.<. Ksiie alM) the 
Jrirrh-r; onice .'v57 and V.9 The U'H.kerv. 

A >I E It I C A N S W I N E H E R I) i 

monthly: agriculture an<l live ^ttK-k ; twenty 
(innes Sxll : subscription .Vi cents: cC'ilillshed 
IH-%: Jas. H,i\ Ill's, editor aii'l pi' Ir- 

ciilntlon i: I :|:^;.:i:: ottl.e IIM .\iIm 

B A K E R s' II i: I. VV.U ly; 

Commercial; on 

tl: eHtabllKlv .r; 

Chapman .t s la- 

llon M 1 •J.::':.: -i.' 

HE A CON: V- 

.'.I 
ib- 

ni.Acii ,\NI> WHITE I monirdy; 

In-tir.mr-i- . fiiii hiiiplr' d .tiiI f..urf>i-ii \>nitfU 

J. H. 
. ibllth- 



A HKRK AN ( HK< KEK i; I \ I I 

monthly: twenty pane« Ix'i 
#1.50; e«lnblUtie<( Is's'H; Ja,. }>. H- •■ 



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\V I It I 

Ion Kiib- 
iitor; iHllior. I 



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GEO. I'. ROWELL & GO'S 



ILLINOIS. 



ILLINOIS. 



organ <if tlie Illltmls State Firemen's Associa- 
tion ; iifflce .">-< La Salle Street. 

B R A I N A U D ' S M II !S I C .4 I. 
WORLD; monthly; musical; tlilrty two 
pages ;ixlJ: stiti.scrlp'Jon $1.5(i; estaliUshed 
186:5; Karl Merz, editor: S. Bralnard's Son's 
Co.. puhlishers: circulation (• 1; ortlcc 145 and 
147 Wiiha'^h avi-nue. 

BKKWER AND MALf^TER; (see 
Der JSrauiT mul Maelzer.) 

BKIC'KMAKGR; monthly; commer- 
cial: forty four pages y.xr.;; sul)scrii)tion .§1; 
estahiislieii I'^'^S: Cha.s. T. Davis, editor; Chas. 
T. Davis A Co., publishers; circulation J 1 ; 
oltice IKii and ISi Monroe street. 

Bl IM)IN<; Bl'DCiET; monthly; 
commercial; twenty-six pages 10x14; sub- 
scriiitioii S;5; established 1^.5: Henrv Lord 
Gay, editor ; The Permanent Exhibit of Build- 
ing Miterials ami Improvements, pul>llsliers; 
Circulation H 1; office 9(1 La Salle street. 

BUSINESS RECORD; monthly; 
commercial; eight pages i;j.\','0; subscription 
*1 ; established 1887 ; Edward E. Harl)ert & 
Co.. editors and publishers; circulation 12; 
office 13' West Van Buren street. 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON 
MAKER; monthly; commercial; twenty- 
eight pages 10x14; subscription SI; established 
18S6: Coyne & Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation H .JvfH=: office 9;t Washington st. 

CARRI.VGE JOURNAL; monthly; 
commercial; forty-four pages 10x12; sub- 
scription $1; established 1882; H.K.Johnson, 
editor: F. W. Rice, publisher; circ'n II 1 :i::j:; 
offlee 61 La Salle street. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE; monthly; 
thirtv-si.K pages 7x8; subscription $1; estab- 
lished ISSS; Ida .\. Nichols, editor; Christian 
Science Publishing Co., publishers: circula- 
tion .1 1 : office S7 Washington street. 

CHURCH RECORD; see Ra 
venswood.i 

CLI.^IAX; monthly; Action; eight pages 
16.\2.!; sul(scrii)tion $1; establlsheii 1887; Al- 
bert Wallace, eiiltor; Cllnia.x Publishing Co., 
publishers; clreuiatlon .12. 

CLI.NIQUEt monthly; medical; seventy- 
six pages 6x;i; subscription $2; established 
1879; R. Ludlam, M.D., editor; E. S. Bailey, 
M.D.. publisher; circulation ,12; office 1823 
Michigan avenue. 

C:ONFECTIONER AND BAKER; 

monthly ; commercial: forty-four pages 11x16; 
subscription $1; established 1879; Confection- 
er and Baker I'ubllshlng Co., publishers ; cir- 
culation I 1; office 9.; Fifth avenue. 

('ORK; monthly; anti-prohibition; twen- 
ty four pages 10x14; subs<Tlption $2; estab- 
llshe.l IS!K); Alva J. Beatty. editor; Laiiward 
Pul>llshing Co., publishers; office Traders' 
bull<llng. 

CREDIT REVIEW; monthly: finan- 
cial; twi-ntv-four pages 9x12; subscription 
$2: established 18S8; Credit Co., editors and 

iiublishors; circulation H 2 ;',::!:; office Times 
)ulUiing. 

DAIRY WORLD; monthly; dairying; 
twenty-four pages 9x12: sul>scrlptlon $1; es- 
tablished IS8(): T. <). Thompson Publishing 
Co., editors and publlsherH; circn I'.iii:^.; 
office s,'i Washington street. 

DENTAL COSMOS; (see Philadelphia, 
Pa. I 

DENTAL REVIEW; monthly ; .lental; 
one liundred ami iwriily four iiages 6x9; 
HuliHcrlptlon $2.r><): eslablls>ie<l 18m7: A. W. 
Harlan, eiiltor; H. T .IuhH, pulillsher; circu- 
lation I 1 : i.nicpr.r, Maillsoii slnel. 

DEK ItKAUER I.ND I>I A KI./.Eit ; 
B K i; \V I, It A N D I>I A L T ,•^ T i; l{ i 
niontldy: Kngllsh :ind (ierman; commercial; 
one hundred and twenlv |iagC8 OxKS; hud- 
Bcrliitlon $.->; esiabllHlieil iHai; Eugene A. Sit- 
tig h Son, editors and publisherR; circula- 
tion If 1 ;.':^:: dateil at Chicago ami Now York, 
N. Y. ; Ihhui- also the (Jrrintni Amcririin 
MUU-r, the llnl-iiihi-ittr and I lie M,tal unit 
Ei»in Xcitunu: office i-orner Ijike and Clark 
•treetn; New York •'Ity offie.' .'l K. lltli slreel. 

DER <;liAi;HENSBOTEt monthly; 
CVungelieal; twenty eight pages t'lX'.i; sub 



scription $1; established ls88; A. Augusta 
Kuhlen, editor and publisher; office ibl La. 
Salle street. 

DIAL; monthly; literary; twenty pages- 
8x11; subscription $1.50: established 1880; 
Francis F. Browne, editor; A. C. MeClurg & 
Co., publishers ; circulation I I ; office IIT 
Wabash avenue. 

DIE <;EGENWART; monthly; Ger- 
man; literarv : thirty six pages 7x10; sub- 
scription $1; establlsheii ISsS; Th. G. Steinke, 
editor and publisher: circulation I 1 ; office- 
336 North Ashland avenui'. 

DO.M ESTIC ENGINE E R I N G ; 
monthlv; engineering; twentv four pages- 
IOxi:l ; "subscription $1; established 1889; 
H. W. Culbertson, editoraiKl publisher; office 
557 and 5r.9 The KookiTV. 

DRU(i(;iSTS' (iAZETTE; monthly; 
pharmacetilical; tlilrty six pages 8x11; sub- 
scription $1; established 1889: A. Hamburger, 
editor; George Grcgi>rv, publisher; circula- 
tion G 1 >:::■:: office 108 Franklin street. 

E .\ S T E It ' S I :>I I' L E :>I E N T 
WORLD ; monthly ; commercial: twenty- 
eight pages 9x12: subscription $1; estal)ll.sh- 
ed 1S83: The Easter Publishing Co., editors, 
and publishers; circulation H 2;;:;i;; office 115 
Dearlmrn street. 

ELECTRIC A li INDUSTRIES » 
monthly; industrial ; sixty pages lOxU; sub- 
scription §.S; established is,s9; Electrical In- 
dustries Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers: eire'n K 2: f>Hlce :i">l The Rookerv. 

EVANGELICAL STAN D A R D ; 
monthly ; evangelical: eight pages 10x15; sub- 
scription 25 cents: established 18S8: Harold 
F. Sayles, editor: Evangelical Publishing Co., 
pul)lishers: office ls9 La Salle street. 

EVAN(JELIETS SENDEBUD; 
monthly; Danish; twentvfoiir p.ages 8x11; 
subscription 75 cents; estj»1>llshed 1"<9(>: Kvan- 
geliets Sendebud Co., i)ublishcrs; office 28 
College place. 

EVAN<iELII Bi: DBA ERA RE; (see 
Summerdale.) 

FARM I 31 P li E :>! E N T NEWS; 
monthlv: commercial; tlflv two pages 11x16; 
subscription 81: established ISfti; C W. Marsh, 
editor ; E. J. Baker, publisher ; circula- 
tion r, 1 ;;::'::!:: office 325 De.arborn street. 

FREEDO.M ; monthly ; anarchist : four 
i)ages 10.V13: subscrijitlon 75 cents ; estal>- 
li8hedlS9ii; .\ll)ert K. Parsons, editor and pub- 
lisher; office Avimdale Station. 
■ FU'RNITU'RE; monthly; commercial; 
fifty six pages 11x14: subsi-rlplion $1: estab- 
lished l^'iy; diaries M. White, editor: Furni- 
ture Co.. publishers; i-lrculation .1 2; office 
222 Franklin street. 

GENERAL MANA<JER; monthly; 
twentv iiages 10x14: sub.scrliitloii $1: estJiD- 
llshed" 1HS8; Alva Beatty, e<llt<u- ; Lanward 
Publishing Co., publishers: circ'n u 2 :!::};:!:. 
lif'.lctuiil aiirauf fur tin: iKi-^t i/iur 9,661 
copien. Office 94 and 95 Traders' bulliliiig. 

german-ameri<;an miller t 

monthly ; English and Qernian ; commercial: 
fifty pages 9xi:!: subscription $1 : established 
181.7; Eugene A. Sltllg & Son, eilitors ami 
pulillshers; circulation G2:i::!;: ilated lit Chi- 
cago and New York, N. Y. : Issue also Der 
Brnui'r unit Mmlzfr, the llitlziirhciter, and 
the Mctdl unil A"i.'«'ii Zeilvrm; office cornex 
Ijike and (Mark streets; New York City office 
3 East Mlh street. 

GOOD STORIES; monthly: fiction; 
fortvfour pages ;xlli; subscription 9,\ ; estab- 
lished 1^91; J Paul & C<i., publishers: office 
2.1 Ashland Blo.'k. 

(iOSTEL SWORD: monthly: holiness: 
four pages 11x16; subscription fiO cents: es- 
tablished 1H90: .1. C. Fisher, editor and ]>ub- 
llshor: office 269 West Kliizle street, 

GUAKDSMAN; monthly: lirand Army 
of the Kepublle : twenty eight pages: sub- 



scrlpllon $.'; eslalillslieil 
Chaiiilierllii, editor: lie 



I issi,; Henrv Harretl 



Usher: office 315 Wabash avenue. 

HEALTH AND IIO.>IE; monthly; 
hygienic; four pages 17x21 : subscription $1 ; 
chlabllshed ls7:i : W. II. Hale, M.D., editor; 



AMERICAN NEWSPAPER DIKEtTOKY. 



I.Vj 



ILLINOIS. 



Health ami ilonie PiibllshliiK Co., puhllsluTs; 
f Irciiliitltiii X; i>niri'"iai| Wnlmsli avenue. 

IIE.\KTAM> HAND) inonlhl.v: mat 
rimoiiial; sixteen inigeH llxli>; .sulist^-rlpllcni 
5<i ceiit.s; estahllsheil 1S.S1; W. T. Tluimiisoii, 
fdttor ami |iiil>llshor; circulutloii J 2; ofllce 
6a DearlMvrii street. 

lIE.lMIETi monthly: Swedish: house 
liolil: Hlxteeii itaKt*!* 11x15: suliserliilliiii $1 : 
estabilsheil l>«lt: C. .V. Valleiitlii, e<lltor; 
Swedish Contra! PuhllsbinK Co., puhllsherii: 
clreiilalloii .1 '.'. 

IIEU>IKTISTt monthl.v : theosophv ; 
«lxt€-en iiHK'es 7x10; suliserl|itli>n #1: estal) 
llshiHl Ks:; \V P. Phelon, .M.D.. aii<l Mrs. M. 

M. Phelon. C.S.H Ilt-irs: Hermetic I'ul.llsh 

Inif Co., pulillshers: elrciilalliiii K".':-;:!:; otllce 
i:i'.i\V.>i .la<ksiin street. 

II <» I, /. A R K E I T E K ; \V 4» <) I) ■ 
WOKKEU; monthl.v: EnKllsh and Lier 
man: Industrial: tlfty po^es inxlJ: suhscrlii- 
tlon 91: estaldlshe.l IS.S-J; EUReno A. SlttlR 
& Son. t'llltors and publishers: circula 
tlon (i L> :i:H:: dated at t'hl<-a^'o and Phila 
• lelphia. Pa.: Issue also l)<r Brtimr unti 
Miiel:-r. the 6rfr;ii<iii .4i/i«'rie<iH MiUtr an<l 
the iti'lal unit Ki»en Zeitunu: ofllce corner 
Lake iiml Clark streets; New Yi>rk Cltyoniec 
;i East 141 h street. 

HO.ME AM> SOCIETY .MONTH- 
IjYi society; sixteen pages 9x12; subscrlii- 
lion $1: established ls<>i: .Vgnes L. Hill, 
editor an<l publisher: oRice room 116, 123 Ran- 
<l<i|ph street. 

liO.^IE .\RT: monthly: sixteen pages 
8x11: subst-rlptlon 91: established ls87: \. E. 
Heron, editor: Home Art Publishing Co., 
publl-hers: <:lre"n 12: ofllee 415 Dearborn st. 

HOMELESS il<»Y: monthly; eight 
poges liixll; subscription $1: established 
1SS7; John M. DulTy, editor and publisher; 
circulation .1 2: oltlce 4" Jackson street. 

ilO.ME SCIIOOI. AM> NATION ! 
monthlv: edu<-atl"iial ; sixi\eiKht pages 
8x11: subscrhitlun $1.:.0: established IS-'.i; Ht. 
Rev. sam'l Fallows, D.D.. and Martin L. 
Wllllston. .\.M., editors: Cl.irendon Publish 
lug Co.. publishers: oftlce 2(M Dearborn .st. 

HOME VISITOR; monthly: eight 
pages loxi:!: subscript Imi r,Oc<-nts: established 
1859: MKs A. P. Stockdale. iilltor: Win. Bur 
gess. publisher; circulation .12; organ of 
the Home of the Friendless; offlce 1926 
Wabash avenue. 

H ITM A N E JOJRNAL j monthly: 
twentv n.'iges 9x12: subsi-rlptlon $1 : estab- 
lished \iTi: AllMTt \V. Lamlon. editor and 
publisher: i-lrculatlon < J 2; Itiserts advertise- 
ments on cover onlv: oftle4' •J42 Wabash ave. 

HI .MKOLDT 'lirSTI.ER ; monthlv; 
melhodNt epl-c<i|ial: eight pages IIxU",; sub- 
Hcrlptliin 'Oceiiis; established I'-s'.t; O. E. Mur- 
ray. U..\., etiltor: circulation .12: Religious 
NeW!.pa|>«T C'>., publishers; Issue also the 
Ravenswood Churrh lU-conl ; ofllce If>7 Aduins 

II.I.rSTRATEO HOME .lOI R- 
N.\I.; monthlv; llterarv; thlrtv-l\ pages 
Sxll: subs<-rlptl<>n 91; established" lt«i>; Thos. 
O. Newman A S<in. «s|lt«>rs and publishers: 
circulation J 2 :|::i:: Issue also the Ami-rinin 
Jp-f Jouriiiil : olllci- 24fi Kasi Madison street. 

II.I.I'*TR ATOK : monthly; evangfdl 
oal: Mfty -Ix I subscription I'O cents; 

•*Htabll»hed : ('. .Morrow, iMllior: 

Fleming H. I. .. , ..Usher; oHIce US and 
150 Mmllxiii street. 

TM»KI»EM>ENTi mmithlv: Indepi'iid- 

'i.in 91: 
- Inde- 

; .. . ;.. i _ :. ; : . „ .1.. pub 

Ushers; orlice .4.ii I'l'arlxirn stn-et. 

I N r» E I* E N O E N T FOR E-iTER i 



ii.Liyois. 



I N li A N I) A |{ CHIT ECT AM) 
NEWS RE<'ORI»; monthlv; architect- 
ural; forty four pages 10x14; subscription 9:1; 
eatabllshed |S}<3; It. f. McLi-an, editor ; Inland 
Publishing Co., publishers: circ'ii 12:1::!;; 
! Issue also a photogravure edit lou, subscrip- 
tion 98; onice 19 Tribune building. 

IM.AM) rRINTERi monthly: com- 
mercial; one hiiiidre.l i)ages 9x12; subscrip- 
tion 9J: eslabllslic.l HS.1; A. C. (;aiiieron, eifl- 
tor; Inland Printer Co., publlsherti; circula- 
tion li I :!:: ofllce 183 Monroe street. 

INSURANCE CRITICi (see New 
York, N. Y.I 

IRON.MONtiER ; monthly: commer- 
cial; thirty to fortv eight pages 10x13; siib- 
scrlpllon 9> ; established 1S85: Chas E. nra<-k- 
ett. editor: Ironmonger Co., publishers: circu- 
lation li 1 :i::i:; ofllce 150 I)<'arborn street. 
J E \V E lj E R t monthly: commercial; 
I tifty-two pages llixi:!; subscription 91.50; es- 
tablished is;:); Holley Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers: circulation J 1 : Issue also 
the Aniericdii Storekfij>cr ; oltlce .Vi7 and 559 
The Rookerv. 

.IE\VEIi^:RS' JOIJRN.VI, t monthly: 
commercial: elglil> to one hundred and 
1 twelve pages 10x14; subscription 91.50; estab- 
lished 1H79: W. W. Wilcox, editor: 8. M. WU- 
cox. publisher; circulation til: ofllce 107 
Mailison sired. 
.1 O i; R N A I, OK I N l» i: ST R I A I> 
, EOrCATIONs monthly: educational: 
thirty pages <ix9; subscrliitlon 91: established 
' IUSC; (iweiis Publishing Co.. editors and pub- 
, llshcr^: .ifllce 213 Stall- street. 

JOIKNAl. OF THE WORLO'Ili 
STATISTICS; monthly: thirty-l..ur 
Iiages7xl2: sub.scrlptlon $3; established ls91; 
Uardellc Publishing Co.. editors and publish- 
ers: ofllce I'<4 Dearborn street. 

KINI)ER<;ARTEN: monthly: edu<a- 
tloual; fortv pages 7x10: subscription 92: es- 
tablished IW; Cora Lu Stockham and Emily 
L. Kellogg, editors: Alice B. Stockham .ft Co., 
publishers; circ'n l> 2: ofllce 161 La Salle st. 

K N I <i H T ERRANT; monthly; 
Knights of Pythias; twelve pages 10x14: suli- 
scrlptlon *1: establishe<l 1890; Knight Errant 
Co., eilltors anil publishers; ofllce :t37 and ;Wi 
Dearborn street. 
I-A DIES' FASHION .MM UN \ I. 

A N i» SHOi'i'iNt; .>ia«;a/,ine ; 

iiioiiihly; tiilrty-two ipages :ixl2: subscrip- 
tioa91; estiibllshed iss;; Laura A. (.'hainlHT- 
lain, editor: Fashion Journal Publishing <'<>., 
publishers: circulation D 1 :•;:•:: ofllce .\udl- 
torium building. 

LADIES' STANDARD MAfiA. 
ZINF. t monthly: fashions: thirty eight 
page- >.xll; subscription ."I'leents; estalilislied 
l<Hs: The Standard Fashion Co.. editors ami 
publishers; circ'n H 2: ofllce I.Ml Stall- street. 

L A W .1 O r R N A 1. t monthly: legal; 
eighty pages 7x10; subscription 9.'!: esiab- 
llslied 1882: John Olbl>oiis. editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation H I; ofllce 103 Washingtam 
street. 

LINCOLN PARK C 11 |; it C II 
MO.NTlii^^'; congregational; twenty 
pages 9x12: siibscripllon 20 cents; established 
isss; Burke S. l.eavltt. editor; I). D. (Jrlflis, 
piilillsher: circ'n K I; ofllce I M Lincoln ave. 

LITERARY TRANSCRIPT; 

Inioiitlilv: liliriirv: se vent v two nagcs sxll; 

subscrijilloii 91: established I8sl: C. .\. (iiui- 

keil. iwlltor: Ifaskell Literary Club. publlNh- 

ers; circ'n J 2; ofllce '254 and'-'"-^- Kriinklln st. 



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scrlptioii $1 ■<!: esljiblislieii . 

Maiiforri, cdlior; T. H. TalMir. pui r- 

iiihillon I .' : ofllce II 1 West Van |l . i ; 

l.r.iiicli ..nice at St. I... Ills. M... 

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MV.n\V \\. Cl.UltENT: inontlilv; 
liK- lU'ftl; sixtvcliilit patji-s «xH; siibseilptlDii 
Si: estahllshed lis.",: Kuki'Ik- K. Storkt-, M. D., 
editor: \V. A. Cliatterton. pulillsher; circula- 
tion I I :•:: olTice Is-,> Clark strei-t. 

iMEDICAK ERA s monthly; medical; 
slxtv paijcs sxii : subscription $2: establlstied 
ISSi': Chas. Gatclicll. editor: Gross & Del- 
brldxo, publishers: circulation H 1; ofllcc UK) 

MElilCAl. f*TANI>AKI>; monthly; 
medical: sixtv eight pages >xlO; subserijition 
il.-.'.'i; c-itabllsiied ISSl : G. P. Engelhard A Co., 
cdhors ami publishers; i-lreulatlon .1 1 ; oltice 
69 ami 71 Dearborn street 

>IEI>IC'AL TIMES; monthly; medl 
CJil: seveiuv-nvo pages (1x9; subscription $2; 
established 1869: Clark & ElUugwood, editors 
and publishers; circulation HI; ofTlce 291 
Dearl)orn street. 

ME Die A I. VISITOR; ni..nthly ; med- 
ical: thirtv-eight pages 6x9; subscription $1: 
established 1885; T. S Hoyne, M.D., editor and 
publisher; circulation 1 1 ^:::;; oftice ISSi In- 
diana avenue. 

.UEDK'INAi. ZEITUNCJ; monthly: 
Germ:iii; niedieal; twenty four iiages 6.xlii; 
subscription .<il; established ls89: Ph, J. 
Schrelber, .M.D , editor; Medicinal Zeltuug 
Publlsldiig Co., publishers; cir<-ulation .1 1. 

.METAIi AM> IKON JOURXAIi; 
(see Mrliil und Eimn Ziituim i 

MET.VI. r\l> EISEN-/.EITrXf;; 
HI ETA I. A N I» 1 1{ ON .1 O I : IJ N A \. ; 
moutldv: Finglish and Girnian; forty pages 
9xl:<; siib-cription $1; established IS'.K); Eu- 
gene A. Sittlg * Son, editors and publishers; 
Issue also Der lirauer umi Maclzfr, the 6r<'r- 
vtun .Aiinrican Miliir and the HoLzarbi'iti'r ; 
oftice Lake ami Clark strei'ts; New York City 
ofllce;? East 14th street. 

:>IISK-\VI-NEX-NE; monthly; Im- 
proved Order of Red Men; twelve pages 9x12; 
subscrlptlou SI; established 18s9: S. \V Fal- 
11s, editor: MIsk-wl nen ne Co., publishers; 
circulation .1 I: •. trice ls2 Clark street. 

.MISSION STi:i)IES; monthly: con- 
{{reg;itlonal: twenty pages 9x12; subscrlp- 
tlon2">cents; established 188;i; Congregational 
AVomen's Board of Missions of the Interior, 
editors ami publishers; circul.Ttion lv2; 
Oflice ,VI Oearborii street. 

MIXED STOCKS; monthly; commer- 
cial; sixty eight pages 9x13; subscrii)tlon S' ; 
establlsheil Is8s; Chas. A. Sturtevant, editor; 
Mixed Stock I'ubllshing Co., puldlshers; 
cir.'ul.itloii K 2: olTlce 9is ihe Kookery. 

.>IOI>ERN REI'OltTER; monthly; 
Shortliaml and tvpe writing: t^eiily four 

Sages 6x9; siib.si-rlptlon .<*l : esl;dillshed HSi; 
urtls Haven, editor and publisher; olllce 
l.!ii2 West .Madison -treit. 

M O N i: M E N TA l< NEWS; monthly; 
conimerelal: llilrtv two pages 9x12: siib.serlp 
Hon SI; established IHSs; K. .1. Ilalght. editor 
and publisher; circulation .12 -;■:•:;:; olllce 21.1 
State street. 

NATIONAli KliiliOER; monthly; 
coiiimen'lal : forty pages lOxi:!: subserlidlon 
»3; estjibllshed Issii; (ieo. O. (iariisey. editor; 
Nall'inal Hiilldir Co.. publishers; <'lreulidion 
K 1 :!::•:; olllei- 113 Ad.'iins Express bullilliig. 

NA'nONAI, <■Ai^ AM> LOCOMO- 
TIVE iiriiiOER: is<'<' New York CItv.i 

NATIONAL HARNESS KEVIEW; 
nionlldv: eoininerelal : thirty lwi> pages 
llxlil: subscription g.'; estidillshi'il IHT'i; .Ii'f 
ferHon .lacksoii, editor and piibllHlier: clreula- 
tlon <i 1 :■::''.:',:; Issues also ihi' Ainirirun lAr- 
eruiniin it Hiii-Hf Oirnir; oniee41.'> Dearborn si. 

NATIONAIi .MM RNAIJSTi month 
ly ; JourtiallMii; twenty four to tldrlyslx 
pligeH9\l2: HUbscrlpllon .SI : estidlllshed I8SI: 
I). R. Herbert, edllor: Nalloiiid Journalist 
I'ubllshing Co., publlHliers; elrcid.'itlon 112: 
oniee 21 and 2.'>Thlril avenue. 

NATIONAL MA«iA/,INEt monthly; 
llterarv: twi'iitvfour pages '.ixI2: subsi'rlp- 
tloii si': eHtabllshi'd iss'.i; Nallotiid l!nl\erslty, 
eilltiirx and publishers: eireulallon K 2: oflice 
Klfili :iv. line and MiidNon sti,.il. 

N A T I O N A I. STEA >1 Sll 1 1* A N l> 
RAILWAY <JA/,KTTEt monthly; hIx 



teen pages 9x12; subscription $1; established 
ISSO; E. S.S.Kemp, editor ami publisher: cir- 
culation (Jl; dated at Chicago and New 
York. N. Y.: oftice T.Vi West North iiveime. 

NEW (iniK II INOEi'ENOENT 
AM) REVIEW: monthly ; Swedenbor- 
glan ; tiflv four pagi-s 6x9; subscription $2; 
establisheil 1852; J. S. Wellef, e<litor; Weller 
& Son, publishers: circulation K 1 : oftice 144 
Thlrt\ seventh street. 

N O IJ D E N S VAKTARE; monthly; 
Sweillsh: four pages !Oxi:i: subscription iVt 
cents; established IHSO; Kev. J. O. Nelson, 
editor and publisher; circulation .1 1. 

0.\K ANII IVY LEAF; monthly; 
temperance: eight pages 9x12; sub.scripticpu 
25 cents; established ISs7; Margaret .\. Sud- 
I duth, editor; Woman's Temperance Associa- 
tion, publishers: circulation G2; oflice 161 

1 La Salle sti-eet. 

O R K N E Y A M) SHETLAND 
AMERICAN; monthly: eight pages llxlii; 
sii))scription $1; established I8s7; Magnus 
Flaws, edllor: Orkiu-vand Shetland Ameri- 
can PublishlngCo., publishers: eirc'ii .1 2 :;::!:; 

' devoted to the interests of the Orkiiev and 

: Shetland Islanders; olllce 2929 Shields ave. 
I'AINT AND VAKNISH JOCR- 

' NAL; monthly: coniiiierclal: sixteen i)ages 
Sxll: .sul)scrlptioii .S;! : establisheil 18S9: Henry 
Dean, editi>r: Paint and Varnish Journal Co., 
publishers: ciiculatioii .1 1 :;::|:; oftice 170 East 
Van Hiireii street. 

, PAUISII >IESSEN(JER; monthly; 

1 i)rotestant-episeopal: Iwentv four piiges9xl2; 
sub.scriptlon .?1 ; established 1889; circ'u K 1; 
ollice 4.56 Englewood avenue. 

PEOPLE'S HEALTH JOI'RNAI.; 
monthly: livgleiue; eight jiages 11x16: sub- 
scription $1 : established l-'Sn: L. 1"). Rog- 
ers, A.M., M.D., and S. Ida Wright Uogers, 
M. D.. editors; People's Health Journal Co., 

Bubllshers; circulation 1>1 :;::;;; olllce 441 
earborn avenue. 

P I C T I R E AND ART TRADE; 
monthlv: commercial: thirtv two i(ages9xl2; 
subscription SI-5" ; established 1880 ; J. Saw- 
telle Ford, edllor and publisher: circula- 
tion I2:|::!:; issues also the KlnliDiu'r and 
Printer: offlci- 164 Dearborn street. 

PK'TIRE JJALLERV FOR 
YOI'N<; FOLKS; monthly; juvenile; 
thirtv two pML'es iix'.i: subseriotlon 75 cents; 
establisheil 1K76; Picture Gallery Publishing 
Co., publishers; circulation (J 2; olllce :iOS 
Dejirboni street. 

PO WEK-STEA.^I ; (see New Y.>rk. N.Y.t 

PIMNTEUS' .\LIH >I AND ELEC- 
TROTVPERt monthly; lyi)ograi)ldcal; 
thlrlv two pages 11x11; subscription i^l.O"; 
eslallllshed irt;:!: I'rinlers' Album Co., editors 
and jiiiblishers: circulation F 1 ^::i:; oflice 31H 
Deariiorn street. 

PI'ltLIC SCIKtOL .lOI'RNAL; (see 
Kloondiitton.i 

P V T H I .\ N R E C O IC 1) t monthly; 
Knights of Pvlhlas: twelve pages 11x15: sub- 
scription .?!; established isss; C. H. dishing, 
edllor; P\thlan Record rubllshlng Co.. pub- 
lishers; eiri'ulatiou li 1 :■;;■::;:: ofllclal organ 
of the Grand Lodge; oflice Clark and Van 
Dureii streets. 

RAILWAY 1>IASTEI{ MECHA- 
NIC; monthlv; nnchaiileal ; thirty Iwo 
I>ages9vl2; suliserli.tlon 81 ; .•stabllslieil 1N76; 
W. D. Crossman, edllor; Railway Purchasing 
.Vgeiit Co., piibllshers; ciruulutlon I 1 H^H:; oi- 
llcc H16 Rooki-ry. 

|{ A N D - >lcNALT-Y RANKERS' 
I»IONTII LYi llminelahthlily tofortv eight 
pages 9x12: subscription $1; establisheil 1884; 
Itaiid, Mi-Nally I* (,'o., editors ami publisher; 
circulation II 2 ;'::!:: oflice 16s Ailams sirei-l. 

I( A N D-McN A L L Y OFFM'IATi 
KAILWAY IJIUDE AND HAND- 
llOOli t nionlhly : live humlred and I went \ 
eluhl i(ageH5x7: subscription $:\: established 
1S7II; T. I'enlleld, editor: Ainerlean Railway 
(iulde Co., publishers: circulalhui G2; ofllco 
l».s Adams street. 

It E C O R D O F <• H R I ST I A N 

\\ it l{ li t monthly; unilenomlnatlonal; 



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elglit iiiiktfs llxiti: 8iil>.scrip(l<>n fiU ceiiis; cs 
laTillslicl l^iSl: K. G. Eiislmi, editor; E. H. Ke- 
Vfll, piilillsluT; clrfiiludiiu K',' :!;:;:; onii'** 
148 Mii.ll^Mi .Kiri'.-i. 

It Kia ST K U K I) P i I A K M A CIST i 
monthly: coinuiorclnl: foriv piiKCH lUxlU; 
sul)scrl|">ll<in $1: I'stalillslioJ is-.;; L. f. Hokii", 
eilltor; AimTicaii Dnm I'lorks" riilillsliliiK 
Co., pillills rrti; i-licllliitlon II J ; iitli-i! 17". 
Dearborn ^tr«■^■t. 

KEPOKTEIt ; inoiillilv ; niechantcnl; 
twi'iilv payt!, llxlti; 8iil>scrl|>lli>ii SS; cstal)' 
llsli.-criS^W; Kraiik SI. NI<'hols. i-ilttur; N'lcliols 
* Co.. inililishi'rs; ctri-iilntlon K 'J; ofHi'e 'JOI 
\Vu>liliik't"ii Hoiilfvanl. 

k<»ai)masti:k am> fokivMAX) 

liioiithlv; si.Mei'ii |>nKe8 10x18; 8Ul>si'rl|>lloii 
91; .stal.ll-li.'.l LS^i; (i. .\. Smith, eilltor; 
eiri-tilatloii c; 1:|::|:: the ork'.in of tin' lirollu'r 
h<H>il of U.'iiUvay Soi-tlon Fon-incii of North 
AlniTlca; oill.-c •,'71 Kraiikllii ^.Irci't. 

ROCK ISLAND IIISTIMCT 
AIKTHODIST AM> WORM) UIDK 
I»IISSIO\S; (s..- K..ck NIaiiili. 

SCIIOOKNKWSAMI PRACTICAL 
EDI ( ATOR : ^<'i' Ta\ lor\ llln. 

sell I II IND LEDKR A\y:EM;ER: 
inonlhl.x ; > I'liuiuri'lal; Grrinaii; fortj four 

gaKfK 1U.\I4; siiliscripiloii $1: cstahllslioi'l ISUUt 
L-liuh mill Leder Aiizcli;i-r Co., editors and 
puhllshers; ofllee riNini \'., luS and IIU Frank 
llu street. 

>»E\VIN<; MACHINE ADVANCE; 

monthly: eoininerclal: twenty panes ;ixr.'; 
subserlptlon SI: established IK79: Walter 
Scate.s, e<lltor and pulill.slier; circulation 1 i ; 
ofMec l".s .s.iuth Clark sireii. 

SOKOL A.MERICKY) monthly; 
Bohemian: elKlit paKes 10x14: siiliserlpllon 
SI: estal.llsh.d 1SS6; Fr. Lier, editor and pub 
Usher: eircillntlon . I ■,' :■::;:: olllce IJ<i West 
Tavlor ^tr^■l■I. 

l^OMHKR AND CITIZEN ; monthly ; 
Grand Ann\ of tlie Kenulille; sixteen pa^'es 
11x14: hulpiorlpllon $1: established 1*-V; H. E. 
Gerry, eilltor; Comrade i'ublishInK Co., pub- 
lishers; cirenlatloii (• 1^:^; oftice 70U Rialto 
buildinK. 

80NCi FRIEND t monthly; mnsteal; 
thirty-two pages loxlj; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished isTy; .S. W. Straub. editor; S. W. 
Straub A Co., publishers; circulation O 1; of- 
flee Jl.'lSlute street. 

8PORTIN(; (;OODS DEALER: 
monlhlv: commercial: thirty -four jiaKes 
8x11: subscription $1: established isini; Harry 
C. Palmer, editor; Robblns A Palmer Co., 
nuhlishers: dat<Hi nt Chlcngo and New York, 

K. Y. : '" '■^■' the S]>orting Reriew; uftlee 

llfi ail' Uirn street; New York City 

onice ■ . Court. 

sporting; REVIEW! monthly: 
ftl¥iriliik': lldrl V I wo panes II xiO; subscription 
tl; established isyo; HarryC. Palmer, eilltor: 
Robblns ^e Palmer Co., |>ul>lighers; <lat<'<l at 
ChlcBiro nnd New York, N. Y.; Issue- nlso the 
Sr liraler. ofllce in; and IH 

1> : New York City onice SW 

STATI-;r*.>I.4Ni monthly: jHilltlcal ocon 
• my: eU'lilv dk-ht pak'eniix9; subscription #:.': 
I -• ' ' ' ' '. : Inlerii •' ' " ' " ' ■ • 

11' and p>' > 

II' -lie also 1 1 - li 

.N' .. H'cttern Ooi«/ Tuniiltir ; dllcc 

•«li;i 1 r ' If"* II.W A Y IMVTKTTEi 

III : HUb 

He. ■ ivell, 

KlH' r . II ■ K, circu 

Inlion J J :: bulidlnic; 
Now York < 

MWITCII>I I N ~ I iM UNA 1,1 month 

Iv ■ nfivtwn |. . ul'Oi'rIptlon $1: on- 

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TRI >IPKT( A 1. 1, O I Til K LOVAIi 
SUN DA V->rilOOI, A it M V i monllily ; 
evangelical; elk'lil panes DxlJ; eslabllshcil 
I'-tti; W U. .lacobs, eilltor and publlslier; 
ottice lis Madison street. 

TRITIIt monthly; evanRelical: forly- 
eik'lii jianes .'i.vs; subscription $1; established 
1S74; James H. Urookes,!).!)., editor; Charles 
It. Co.x, publisher; does not insert udver- 
llsemcnis. 

VOICK OF 1IASONRV AND FAM- 

ll.V .>l A4^A/.I.NF >ntlil\ ; masonic; 

one liuiiilrcil and sixteen panes 7x10; BUb- 
scrlpllon jLt;eslal.llslicil ls5'.i;.Ino. W. Urown, 
editor and publisher; circulation til :{::!:; 
onice ISi South Clark stn-et. 

WASIIIN<;T0NIAN i monthly; tem- 
perani'e ; einlil panes llxlii; subscription 65 
cents; eslabllshed ls7r. ; D.-iidei Wllklns, edi- 
tor; Waahlnnlonlan Home Association, pub- 
lishers; circulation K 1; organ of WushliiK- 
tonlan Home; ottice M'< West Madison street. 

WESTERN RANKER AND RANK 
CLERKS' .lOIRNAL; monthiv ; i.aiik- 
Inn: l"ent\ six panes iixlj; subscription $'.'; 
estalillshed Isyii; ,lohepli Francis^: Co., editors 
and piibllsheis; otllee 17o .Madison street. 

WESTERN ItOTTLER j monthly; 
commercial ; twenty four Jiages 9x12; sub- 
scription SI ; established la-C: Henry Oath- 
iiiann, editor and publlslier ; clrc'n J 1 ^i:^::!:: 
ofHce -,'."19 KmsI Raiiilojiili street. 

WESTERN DRCCiGIST t monthly; 
commercial: one hundred and thirty pages 
HxlJ; siiliscrlptionSl: eslabilsheii 1879; It. P. 
Ennlelianl & Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation K I :'::i:; oftice '.9 I>earliorn street. 

WESTERN MANI'FACTL'RER » 
montlily ; commercial : tyventy-fmir pages 
inxi:); subscription S^^: estalillshed 1871 ; Clias. 
K. Brackett. editor; Western Manufacturing 
Co., publishers; circulation H •,':'::{:; oftice 99 
WiL-filiinion street. 

W E S T E R N :>l E D I C A L. R E - 
PORTER t monthly; medical; sixteen to 
thirtv-twopagesSxIl : subscription SI ; estab- 
lished ISSO; J. E. Harper, A. .M.. M. D., editor 
and publisher; circulallonn 111; ofllce lt>3 
State St. 

WESTERN UNDERTAKER! 
montlilv : undertaking: thirty-two jiages 
9xr.': subscription SI; eslabllslied IsTy; Her- 
bert S. Fa.ssett, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion (i 1: omce 2.'fi South Lincoln stn-el. 

WO^IAN'S NEWS; monthly: woman 
sultrane; thirly-six imgesSxld; subscription 
SI: established IVJO; Frances L. Uiisenberry, 
editor and publisher; office McVU-lcar's 
Theater bulldliin. 

WOOD WORKER ; (sp<' Ilolzarb,iter.) 

W O R I. D WIDE M I S S I O N (4 I 
montlilv; metliodlst episcopal : twelve pageg 
9x12: subscrljitlon 25 cents; establlslied iffiS: 
Board of Missions of the Methodist Kplscopal 
Cliurch. editors and piilillshers ; circula- 
tion A I :•::(:; dated at New York, N. Y., and 
Chicino; ofllce ,'{14 Pearliorn street. 

VOlNi; LADIES' MAZAR: monthly; 
fashions: si \ : iion 

SI: establlsl c... 

e<lllors and ; . . .:;::):; 

ofTlce Zi> and ^.i.; l.i .Salle r.lreel. 

/,U»N'S VAKTAREi monlhlv: Rkan- 

illnavlan ; evaii. ' ' - 

sxll; subscript!' 

Dell Inlernatloii' 

tors and pill. Il-lier,. . HI. ■■ . • ii. ». i'..n e. 

AMERICAN REVIEW) Mi ihly; 

n-form ■ ■ -■ i "■■Ire.l ami t ■ ■ • ' ' ' ■■ ; -•. -. 

«X»; s n fj; 

Wm. 1 .-. <s!lir>r 

Co., piiiili -lii-r> . ..II- 

mentn: ..nice 17 - 

D E I T SC II - .V M l.K 1 Iv .V N IX HE 

II O M O P A T H I SC H K /. E I T • 

■«< IIUIFTi M ni..nlhly ; (iermnii: «lvl.s-n 

'■i-Iitu; estnblliiheil 

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editors and publishers; an advertising sheet; 
isMii'il for free (ilstrllmtlon. 

FKIKNDS' lUliLE fSCIIOOI. 
Ql'-V KTEK I. Y J .laiiuary, April, July and 
OotolR-r: friends; tlilrtytwo pa^es tjx'j; sub- 
scriiitlou 20 cents; established l>vS4; Lewis L 
Hadlev, editor; Publishing Association of 
Frleiiils, publishers ; elrculatlon E 2 ;):* ; Issue 
also the Christian Worker; ofWc-e 415 Dear- 
born street. 

MOM ST; quarterly, January, April, July 
and October; elghtv-two pages tixlil; subscrh)- 
tlon82; established 1890; OpenCourt Publish- 
ing C)., editors and publishers; issue also the 
Ojien Court ; oftice 175 La Salle street. 

OFFICE MEN'S KEl'ORO: quar- 
terly; oonuuerclal; thirty six pages 6.x9; sub- 
scription .«1; established 1888; Oftice Men's 
Record Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion 12 :■::•;; ofHce :Ma1or block. 

OLEEX ISAIIEIiliA JOURNAL; 
quarterly, January, April, July and October; 
social aiid Industrial; eight pages 8x11; sub- 
scription 2.5 cents; established 1891; Queen 
Isabella .Vssoclatlon, editors antl pubishers; 
office 70 Slate street. 

SKJMA cm QlJAUTERr.Y; Feb 
ruary, Jlay, July and Noyenil>er; eighty- 
four" pages" 7x10; sul>scrlption $1.50; estal)- 
llshea 1S81; Sigma Clil Fraternity, editors 
and publishers; circulation K2; office 31 
Portland block. 

SOSTER-BUDET; quarterly, January, 
April, July and October; .Nor%vegiau Danish; 
eight pages 6x9; subscription 25 cents; estab- 
lished 18itu ; Miss S. B Rasinussen, editor; 
Women's Baptist Home Mission Society, pub- 
llshrrs; oniee287 Indiana avenue. 

IMTEI) STATES MEDICAL. IX- 
VESTKiATOR ; quarterly; medical; six- 
ty-four pages 6x9; subscription 82; estab 
lished ixt;6; Chas. Horace Eyans, M. D., editor; 
W. A. Chatterton, i)ubllsher; circulation J 2 ; 
office 56 State street. 

WESTERN VV O R I. D : quarterly, 
January, April, July and Oetol>er; sixteen 
pages ilxl5; subscription '25 cents; estab- 
lished 1885; Western World Co.(lncorporated), 
editors and publishers; circulation E 1; ofiQce 
80 ThrooD street. 
CHICAGO LAWN, Cook Co., cf a 

Miliurb of Chicago. 

NEWS; Saturdays; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1; established 18S9; Geo. K. 
Storey, editor and publisher; an edition, 
same"tltle, Is Issued for South Lynn. 

CHILLICOTHE, Peoria Co., D 1.085 
pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacltlc 
and Santa Fe & California Rds. and Illinois 
r.. at head of Peoria Lake, 18 m. from 
Proria, the county scat. Has canning fac- 
tory carriage and wagon \vorks, flouring 
mill, etc. A grain shipping point. 
KU liLETIN; Fridays; independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $t; estab 
lished IS'tl; F. W. Bailey, editor and pub- 
lisher: elrculatlon .1 2. 

I N I) E P E N I> E N T; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic: eight pages 17x24; subserli.tlon $1.50; 
established 1S67; Wm. B. Whlllen, eilltor and 
uubllsber; circulation Kl; Is.sucs also the 
Laron MnrHiiiill Co. Democrat, 

R Kl'ORTER: Thursdays; Independent; 
eight pages Hx24; subscription 8'-. estab- 
lished 1H:j'J; S. Kllsworth, Jr., editor and l)Ub- 
Usher; circulation LI; an edition of the 
Lacon Home Journal. 

CHRISMAN,A:'/|7nr Co., r> l.OOOt pop., 
on <'.ilro, Vliicennes St, Chicago and Indlan- 
apollR, Decatur & Sprlnglleld Kds., 12 m. 
N. of Paris, the county seat. An ngrleult- 
ural Hcotlon. 

COURIER; Fridays; reimbllcan: eight 
pages 15x'^2; HUbHcrlptlon $1.5<l; established 
1H7H; W.J. BlackHtock, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 



PROGRESS; Thursdays; farmer.s' alli- 
ance; eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1>^9; W. J. Blackstock, editor and 
publisher. 

CLAY CITY, Clay Co., g SOSf pop.. 

on Ohio K Mississippi Rd., 100 ni. from St. 

Louis, Mo. Has two manufactories for 

hoops and one for staves. 

CLAY CO. ADVOCATE; Saturdays; 
neutral; eight pages 13x20; subscrliition $1.25; 
established ls89; A. Doherty, editor; N. M. 
Burns, iiublisher; circulation K 1. 

CLAYTON, Adams Co., -a l,200t pop., 
on Wabiiah Rd., 28 m. N. E. of Quincy, the 
county seat. In agricultural district. 
ENTERPRISE ; TImrsdays; independ- 
ent; eight pages 13x'20; subscription $1.25: 
established 18.9; J. L. Staker, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2. 

CLINTON, c. h., De Witt Co., d 2,709 
pop., on Illinois Central Rd., 22 m. from 
BloonUngton and 43 from Springfield. A 
farming district. 

PUBLIC; Fridays; republican; four 
pages •20X2-S; subscription $1.50; established 
1856; Richard Butler, editor and publisher; 
circulation J 2. 

REGISTER ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1868; Hughes Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation J I. 

CLYDE, Cook Co., c( 90 pop., on 

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Rd., 8 m. 

from Chicago. 

SOUTH CICERO ADVOCATE; (see 
Chicago Opinion.) 

COAL CITY, Grundy Co., i 668 pop., 
on Chicago, Santa Fe & California and Chi- 
cago & Alton Rds., 4 m. from Braldwood. 
In coal region. 
NEWS; Wednesdays; Independent; four 

pages 13.\20; subscription SI; established 1887; 

W. F. Bartlett, editor and publisher; clrc'n L 2. 

COBDEN, Union Co., p 980t pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., 42 m. N. of Cairo. 
Centerot extensive fruit-growing country. 

[ SENTINEi>; Thursdays; Independent; 

I four pages I5.v22; subscription ."iO cents; estab- 
lisheil 1&S7; A. .M. DuBols, editor ami pub- 
lisher; circulation IC 1; Issues also the Fruit 
OrowerK' Journal. 

FRUIT <;R0WEIIS' JOITRNAL; 
semi monthly ; hoitlcultiire; eight pagi'S 
15x22; subscription.?!; established 1883; A. 
M. DuBols, editor and publisher; clrc'n J 2; 
Issues also the Si-iitincl. 

COFFEEN, Montgomery Co., a 100 
pop., on Toleilo, St. Louis & Kansas City 
Rd., 10 m. 8. E. of Hlllsboro, the county 
Beat, .\grlcultural district. 
ENTEUrRISE; Saturdays; eight pages 

13x20: subsorlpllon $1; established Ks90; F. M. 

Bolt k Co., editors anil publishers. 

COLCHESTER, McDonough Co., -a 

l,0-l(>l-pop.,oii Chicago, Hurllnglon & Quincy 

Rd., 7 m. from Macomb, the county seat. A 

coal-mlntng town. Pottery, tile and brick- 

paring are thi" principal Industrli'S. 

IM»EI*ENI)ENTi Thursdays; repub- 

Itcan; four pag.'s 20x28: subscription fl.'iO: 

ostabllshed 1K7.'1; Van L. Hampton, editor and 

, publisher; circulation K 2:1::^. 



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COLEHOUR, Cook Co., ^ 8,000 pop., 

a Nulmi li of ClilciiKO. 

J » r It X A li I (»eo ChlcaKO Reoord.) 

•COLFAX, .^TcLfan Co., a 800t pop., 

oil Illinois Ceutral Ril., IS in. fruiii Blooin- 

liiKton, the c-uunty seat. la an agricultural 

aii'l st>K.-k raising section. 

liEAMERi Thiirsilays; noutral: eight 
pag<-.s Klx'JO; subscription $1 ; cstabilalied 1888; 
D. T. Mitcbel, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion I, a^::;::}:. 

COLLINSVIL.LE, Miulison Co., p 

3, l*t+ |"«p., on Terre Haute & Indianapolis 

Rii., II in. from St. Louis, Mo. Has various 

nianiifaoturlng industries. .Mining illstrict. 

lIKU.XIiDi Fridays; Independent ; four 

paues IS.xJt; subscription $1.25; estalilislied 

1S79; James N. Peers, editor and publisher; 

■eircul.itlon I, J. 

COMPTON, Lte Co., [^ SOOf pop., on 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 40 m. W. 

of Aurora. Steam flouring and planing tnill. 

RE(;OKD| Saturdays; republican; eight 
pnites IHx-JII; subscription $1.50; established 
ISTS ; Miles L. Goodyear, editor and publisher ; 
circulation L 1. 

CORNELL, Livingston Co., a 400 

p..|, , on Wal.a.sh, Si. Louis & Haclllc Rd., 10 

m. X. W. of Pontlac, the county seat. Corn 

growing, hog raising and coal mining. 

JOniNAI.,; Frldavs; farmers' alliance; 
«lghl pages 15.\2.'; subscrljitlon $1; estab- 
Uslied Is'jO; C. Wlndle and H. Sawyer, editors 
and iiublisbers. 

COULTERVILLE, liandolph Co.. p 
(kWt pop., on St. L-niis, .vlton ,t Terre Haute 
Rd. In mining and agricultural district. 

KEIM:BI>IC'AX; Thursdays; republican; 
/our liases Wx.'l; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lisheil 1>73; Nathaniel Childa, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation I,'..'. 

COWDEN, Sheiby Co., a 1,050 pop., 

on tlie Ohio & Mississippi and Toledo, 

St. Louis & Kan.sus City Rds. Coal mining. 

ii E K A L I) ; Saturdays ; democratic; 
«>lght pages l.'txJJ; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished [•Hi ; K. W. Auders<ju, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L2. 

CRAGIN, Cook Co., cf a suburb of 

Chli-ai.-o. 

DKMOCU VT) !».e Chicago n.corJ.) 

CREAL SPRINGS, WUUamson Co.. 
Q 6U) pop., on St. LoulH, Alton & Terre 
Haute IM., 10 m. S. of Marion, the county 
»;M. In agricultural district. 
IIER.VI.Dt T)j - ,) pitges 18x24 



Huliscrliiilon $1; 
Inn, editor; J. H. 



F. M. Col- 



CRESTON, Offl4 Co., 6 800 pop., on 

Chicago A Northwestern Ud., S m. from 
Rochello and 79 from Chicago. Has cream- 
ery and tile and broom factories. 
OHHERVKKi Thursdays; Independent; 

•"' ■ ■ ■ -criptlon $1.50; estab- 

'Held, editor and pub- 

I ■ 

CRETE. fFiU Co.. r^ 700t pop., on 

<;iiUa«o.4 F.a»t«-m Illinois R<1. 

JOURNAL I Snlurdavi; Independent; 
ci^bt pages 13x30; suliscrlptlon $1; .-*-•> 



lishcd 1K>;!; Tillolsoii >t Trowbridge, editors 
ami imlilislicrs; circulation L"J. 

CUBA, f^llon Co., -a 1,000 pop., ut 

Junction of Toledo, Pe<irla & Western and 

Fulton Co. Narrow Gunge Rds., -10 m. S, 

of Oalesburg. Princliial muiiuraotures are 

drain tile and building and paving brick. 

Extensive coal mines In vicinity. 

J O U R N A Ij I Fridays ; independent; 
four pages 3Jx2t;; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1884; A. H. VVIdnev, editor; A. H. Wld- 

m y & Soil, publisliers; circulation IC I. 

CUMMINGS, Cook Co., iJ a suburb of 
Clilcago. Iron-working Industry. 
SUN I (see Chicago Uncord.) 

DALLAS CITY, Hancock Co., -oTSlf 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Rd. 
and .Mississippi r., 16 m. N. of Carthage, the 
county seat, und 16 below Burlington, Iowa. 
Lumber, woolen goods and starch manu- 
factories here. 

REVIEW; Fridays; Independent; eight 
pages 13x'J0; subscription $\.'*): established 
1885; Luclen S. Held, editor and publisher; 

circulation L2. 

DANA, La Salle Co., ti 325 pop., on 

Chicago, Santa Fe & California Rd., 13 m. 

from Streator. Agricultural district. 

U ERA lil); Thursdays; eight pages 17x24; 
subscription $1..')0; established 1874 ; R. M. 
Pritchett, editor anil publisher; clrc'n L 1 ; 
an edition of the Mliionk Blade. 

DANVERS, McLean Co., a 502t pop., 

on the Indiana, Bloomliigton & Western 

Rd., 10 m. W, of Bloomlngton, the county 

.seot. Center of a farming country. 

DISPATCH; Thursdays; four pages 
i:!.\20; subscription $1.2."i: estubll.shed IfflO ; 
John S. Popple, editor and publisher: clrcu 
latlon L2. 

DANVILLE, c. h., VermUion Co., D- 
ll,5ist pop., on Wabash, Chicago & Eastern 
Illinois, Indiana. Bloomlngton & Western, 
Chicago & Ohio River and Cairo, Vlncennes 
ft Chicago R^ls. and Vermilion r., 130 m. 
from Springfield, the State capital, and 1.% 
from Chicago. Kngaged In coal mining, 
maiuiractiiring and agriculture. 

C<MI.1I KR('I.4 I.I every evening except 
Sunday, und \VEEKI..V, Tliur-days ; re- 
publican ; dally four pu^es Kx24, weekly 
eight panes 15x;U; subscription — dallv $5.'i}. 
weekly $1.. 10: established-daily 1S78. "(ekly 
18«2; Albert Harper, editor; Commercial Co., 
publishers; circulation— daily J \^.^Y-. week- 
ly K,':;:* 

NEWS; ev.Tv morning except Sr^nday, 
an<l WEEKI.V, Satiinlays ; dally four 
puKCH :>ix.'l, weekly obflit pa^fs ISx'i!; sub 
scrlptlon — ilallv $" 
llshed-<lally 1(J76, i 

editor; Illinois Pri . publisheni; clr 

culiitlon — lially K 2, vsi-vkly J i. 

PRESS; every morning exe<»p» Mondny, 
and WEEKI.Y.WwInes.!.. ' l.:j 

dally four |>iit,'<-s 18x24, we' "• 

1— <f:ill> lie 

edltorV la- 



■ Iv $1..V); estab- 
.1: W. R. J. well. 



1 

I I' '11 -iiii V J I , Wt <'h 

l).%NVIM,F.R 

Tr\4; ! s.iiiir'i(i\ « : 



IIEI TSC'IIK 

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ZEI. 

'lelM-lldent ; 

$.<; estab 
r and pub- 



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DECATUR, c. h., Macon Co., a 16.841t 

pop., on Illinois Central and six other Rds. 

and Sangamon r.,;Sin. from Sprlngfleld.the 

State capital, 108 from St. Louis. Mo., and 

160 from Clitcago. A manufacturing town. 

Agricultural rcni"ii. 

EVEMNCi HV liliETIX; every evening 
excei.t Sundav, ami S.\TrKl)A V BI'l.- 
liETlN.J^aturda.vs: laln.r; fouri)age8— <lall.v 
l.")Xi.', wccklv l-i.xa4; subscription— dally $5.'.SJ, 
weekly $1 : 'establislunl 1885; John Lindsay 
& Co.; editors and publishers; circulation— 
daily K 1, weekly K 1. 

MO K N I N <J H E R A L. I>-1> E S- 
I'ATCII; cvcrv iiiorninK e.xcept Monday, 
andS-VTIKDA V 11 EK A l..!), Saturdays: 
Independent; claily four pages iixU, weekly 
eight pages Ijsi-i; subscrlvnion— daily S5, 
weekly SI; established— dally 1880, weekly 
1879; Herald Despatch Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; circidation— ilally II, weekly I a. 

MOUNIXCJ REVIEW: every morning 
except Monday, ami REVIEW, Fridays: 
democratic; daily four passes inx-U. weekly 
eight pages 15x?-'; subscription— dally $.">, 
weekly $1; established— dady 1879, weekly 
18ii8 : "Review Publishing Co., editors and 




publicaL , . . _ 

eight pages 1.5x22: subscription— daily §5, 
weekly SI; established— dally 1872, weekly 
1867; Hamshcr & Calhoun, editors and pub- 
lishers: circidation — dally K 2, weekly J 1. 

REVIEW; isee J/or)iiji(7/?fii.'7/>.) 

S.\ T I K h A V B U L l,ETI N; (see 
Eveninij Biilli'tin.) \ 

.-iATIRO-V Y HERALD; (see iJforninfli 
Berald Dfyiiiitch.) 

STATE SENTINEL; Saturdays; pro- 
hlbltii>ii; four pages 11x21; subscription SI: 
established 1876; W. E. Mann, e<litor and 
publisher; circulation I I :!::!:; dated at 
Sprlngtleld and Decatur. 

A FRO-A MERICA N BUDGET; 
monthly; republican; thirty six pages 6x10; 
subscription 75 cents; established 18.S9; J. S. 
Woods, editor and publisher; circ'n H 2 :!::!:; 
au organ of the negro race. 

CUSTOM CUTTER; quarterly, March, 
June.Septemberand December; commercial; 
twenty eight pages 9.\11: subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1S90; Robert Phillips, editor and 
publisher. 

DE KALB, ^« Kalb Co., [j 2,6(Xlt pop., 

on Chlcag(j & Northwestern and Northern 

Illinois Rds., 58 m. W. of Chicago. 

Barbed fence wire manufacturing is the 

leading ln<lu8try. 

DE KAI-B CO. CHRONICLE; 
Saturdays ; democratic ; eight pages I."ix22: 
BUbscrliitlon ».' ; established 1879; Clinton 
ami n.irll.-v Koselte, editors ; J. F. Ollddcn 
Publishing Co., publishers; circulation .1 1 ; 
Issue also the American Breeder. 

REVIEW; Thnrsilnys ; republican : 
four pages 20x26; Hubscrlptlon $1 ; establlHlied 
IRS."! ; Tyrrell ,% Fay, editors and riubllshers; 
CirciilatloM K 1 ; Issue also the Malta Mail. 

AMERICAN BREEDER; monthly; 
live stock; ihlriyfour pages Iiixll ; subscrip- 
tion $1: eHtabllshed 18SJ; Clinton Kosette, 
editor; J. F. Ollddeii Publishing Co., publish 
erg; circulation F. 1; Issue also the De Kalb 
Co. Chronicle. 

OI'R rOlMILAR CHUM; monthly; 
llU-rary; sixteen i)ageB 9x12; subHcrlpllon 25 
oenU; eHtubllsheil I8K5; circulation F2 •Jc.-Je: 

DELAVAN, Tmewfll Co., a pop., 
l,:n.;+, on Cldcugo & Alton and Peoria, De- 
catur ft F.vannvllle R«ls.. 17 m. S. of Pekln. 
the county seat, and .10 8. W. of nioonilng 



ton. In grain-growing ond stock-producing 

district. 

ADVERTISER; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages 20x26; subscription $1.5U: 
establlshed 18(W; John Culbcrtson, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1 i-:;!:. 

TA/<E\VEi-LCO. PRESS; Saturdays: 
republican; fnur pages l2xls: subscrlptiou 
$1: established I'^'^O; J. F. Rccd, editor and 
publisher; clii-ulation J 1 :•;;■:. 

TIMES; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages '..0x26: subscription $1.50; established 
1874: Beatty Bros., editors and publishers; 
Circ'n K 2. 

NATIONAI.. VIDETTE; semi-month- 
ly; woman's relief corjis; eight pages 9x12; 
subscription 5h cents; established 18s,S; Sue 
A. Sanders, editor: Guy A. Beatty Co., pub- 
lishers; clrc\ilallon 12. 

DES PLAINES, Cook- Co., cf l,200f 
pop., on Chicago & Northwestern and Wis- 
consin Central Rds., 17 m. from Chicago, 
the countj' seat. 

NEWS; (see Chicago Suburban Times.) 
DIVERNON, Sangamon Co., u 200 
pop., tin St. Louis I* Chicago Rd., 16 m. S. of 
Sprlugfleld, the county seat. Agricultural 
and grain-raising district. 
STAR: Thursdays; four pages 15x'22; sub- 
scription Si; 



Am- 



estab'llshed 18S9; M. H. 
brose & Son, editors and publishers. 

DIXON, c. h., Lee Co., b 5,H9t pop., 
on Illinois Central and Chicago & North- 
western Rd.s. and Rock r., 93 m. from Chi- 
cago. The river furnishes power for a num- 
ber of mills. 

E V E N I N Ci TELEOR A PH t every 
evening except Sunday, and TEIiE- 
<iRAPII, Thursdays; dally Independent, 
weekly republican; dally four images 15x'22, 
weekly eight pages; subscription— dally S-'', 
weekly $2; established- dally 1883, weekly 
1851; 6enj. F. Shaw, editor; B. F. .Shaw Print 
lug Co., publishers; circulation— dally K 2 H:*. 
weekly .1 1 M":=• 
S U N ; Wediiesdays ; 



democratic ; ten 



i86S ; W. M. Kennedy, editor and publisher; 
clrculatli>ii K 1. 
TELE(;KAPH;(see;5;f<"HmffrWe(7rap;i.) 

DOWNER'S GROVE, T)u Page Co., 

3 1,196+ pop., on Chicago, Burlington & 
Qulncy Rd., 8 m. from NapervlUe, and 20 W. 
of Chicago. 

PRESS; isee Chicago Record.^ 

REPORTER; Fridays; republican; 
four pages 15x'22; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1861; N. E. Matter, eillior and pub- 
lisher; circulation L 1 ; an edition of the 
Wiicaton Illinoimt. 

DUNDEE, Kane Co., fy 3,88Ct pop., on 

Chiingo ,v; .Northwestern Rd. 

COURIER; Satur<lays ; Independent; 
eight j)agcs l.'«x22; snbscrliitlon SlNi; estab- 
lished ISSS; H.C. Banks, edlt.>r and publisher; 
circulation 1.2. 

n A W K EVE; Fridays: Independent: 
eight pages 15x22; Rubsorlption $1: estab- 
lished IK'.'O; Pratt Ai Burleson, editors and 
publlshi'ts. 

DUNLAP, Peoria Co., D S28t pop., on 

Ro<k Islond & Peoria R<l., 15 m. from 

Peoria, thecouiity seat. In fnrmlngcoiintry. 

B A K N U M ' S TELEPIION E ; (see 
Princovllle.) 

DU QUOIN, rerr,, Co.. ,1 4,2l8t l>op., 
on Ullii'ils f.iitral, at Junction of St. I^ouIh, 



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Alton ft Turre Haute Rds., 70 in. from St. 
Louis, Mo., and 390 from Clilcago. Has 
foundry, two machine shops, a waKon 
factory, salt works, unil several coal mines. 
.\Krlcultural district. 

ilKK.\l,l>i Ki'IdnvR: four puKes V)xir>\ 
KUlp^iTlpllou $l.r>it: i-stalillslieil IsSO; Wni. S. 
Hill, editor; ('. s. U>ird<>n. puljllHlicr. 

T K I III' N Et Thursdays ; npuhllcnn ; four 
patjfs •.'ii.xai: sulisorlptlon $l.."<<l; established 
IM.,'; John T. Heiiii. editor and publisher; 
cli-.iihitlon K 1. 

DWIGHT, Livingston Co.. D 2,174t 
pop., on Chicago & Alton and Indiana, Il- 
linois & Iowa Rds., ?.' nt. frouj Chicago. 
KarniliiK anil stoek-ralslUK region. 
XOKTIl STARt t'Hdavs; Independent; 
elk'ht pHKes ITixii; subscription $1.50; es- 
tablished 18»S: .\. H. ZhiMnerman, editor and 
publl-iher; circulation K 1. 

>I I K ICO It ; monthly; Independent; 
elk'ht pnK'es 11x16; subscrlptliui .S."> cents; es- 
tablished 1S90; C. A. Stuck, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

EARLVILLE, I.a Salle Co., i l.ia'.t 
pop., at junction of Chlcak'o. Burlington & 
yulncy and Chicago & Xorthwcstern Rds.. 
35 m. W. S. W. of Aurora. .K manufacturing 
center In a grain-producing and stock-rais- 
ing district. 

LE.XDEKt Frhlavs ; Independent; eight 
to twelvi' pages 13xii: subscription $l.;iO ; 
established 1880; J. W. Turner, editor and 
publisher; circulation Ki. 

EAST ST. LOUIS, St. Clair Co., p 

16,0i)+ pop., on Misslssl|>pl r., directly oppo- 
site and connecte<l with St. I><)uls, Mo., by 
two bridges and a ferry; terminus of 16 
Rds. Extensive stock • yards, packlng- 
hou.ses, grain elevators, flour and rolling 
mills. Iron works and other manufactories 
nre located here. 

JOI'KN.V Li every evening except Sun- 
day; Indcpenili-tit : four pages 20x26: sub- 
scription*..; established 1x90: James W.Kirk, 
editor: East St. L'mls Journal Publishing 
Co. publlshiTs; circulation .1 •>^^.. 

<i A Z E T T E ; Saturdays ; democratic; 
four pok'i-s Jiix'.'';; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished ls<a; y. \V. Kraft, editor; T. U. Bow- 
iii.iM, publisher: circulation 12. 

II E It.\ I.. II t Saturdays; lalior: eight 
p;it;e-> nx2i); subscription $1..V); established 
KT^; Maurice F. TUsU-r, editor and pub- 
ISher : circulation K J. 

?» I <i N A li I Fridays ; renubllcan ; eight 
pages l.'ixi.'; subscription 81; established 
1'nS.'; J. R. SIkkIng, editor and publisher; ctr 
culatlon K 1 :!;:]:. 

W T A K I Tuesdays; dem(«rotlc: four 
pagi-s ■.'Ox'J»'.: subscription fl.SO: establUhed 
I'<v<: M. A. Sullivan, .-.lltor: Star Printing Co., 
publl-hers; i-lrculatlon .IV!. 

f HKET <M AKI>t (see St. Louis, Mo.) 

EDINBURGH, rhrUtian Co., a 800 
pop., on Ohio ft Mlsslsslp|>i Rd., 9 m. from 
Tfcylorrllle. the county seat, and 20 from 
Springncid, the State capital. Agricultural 
and ndnerki region. 

II ERA Lilt Wednesdnvs; lndct>endent : 
eight i^ngiii 1.1x30: sulxu-rlptlon $\.:<0: estab 
ilsho«l ISW; Frank T. Kauerauf, e<lUor and 
publisher; circulation L2. 

ED'WARDSVILLE, o h.. AfadUon 

Co.. :i.5;> l"'!'., on Tol«-<lo, St. Louis ft 
Kansas Clly and Wattaah Rdii.. 13 m. from 

11 



ILLINOIS. 



Alton and 18 from St. Louis, Mo, In agri- 
cultural illstrlct. 

I)E.'>I<)1;RAT I Saturdays; democratic; 
eight puces 16x22: subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished IHT-'; A. L. llnnvn, editor and pub- 
lisher ; circulation K I. 

I N T E I. L I (i E N C E It t Weilnesdays; 
deniocraiic: four pages |hx21; subscription 
$1.50; established 1862; C. Hoeschensteln, edi- 
tor ami publisher: clrculallon.l 2 :•;:!:. 

REI'l'ltM<'AN| Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages rJx25; subscription $1.25; es- 
tabllshe<l ISliU; ('ros>nuin Bros., editors and 
publishers; circulation K 2 sH- 

EFFINGHAM, c. h., Kfflngham Co., 

P 3,2iiO(- pop., on Illinois Central, Indiana* 
Illinois Southern, Wabash, and Terre Haute 
& Indianapolis Rds., 1*8 ni. from St. Louis, 
Mo. Engaged in manufacturing and trade. 

IJE.MOCRATi Fridays; eight pages 
i:>x22; subscription $1.50; established ito; 
G. M. Le Crone, editor and publisher ; clrcula- 
tli>n K 2 

KEriIIIL.ICAX t Fridays; republican; 
eight pages i:<x2U; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lisheil 1S72: E. B. Oorrel. editor and pub- 
Ushir ; cIrcul.Milon K 1. 

VOMir*llIi.\TT ; Thurs.lays; German; 
democratic: eight pages I5x'.«; subscrip- 
tion 8'^ ; established ISTH ; Albert Gravenhorst, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2. 

Fill EX I) <»F HOME: monthly: pro- 
hibition; four j);iges i;i.\20; subs<-rlptlon 
511 cents: establlshe<l ISS.". ; Ada H. Kepley, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 2 'J^.^. 

ELGIN, Anne Co., l^ 19,33«f ((ownehij) 
IT.rJlH-ipop., oil Chicago .ft Northwestern and 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rds. and 
Fox r., 3s m. from Chicago. Seat of North- 
ern Insane A.sylum. .\grlcultural district. 
('OritlEIt: I'verv evi^nlng except Sun- 
day, and WEEK 1,1', .Saturdays; republi- 
can; daily four pages 22x21, weekly eight 
n.iges 15x21: subscription— dally $,•>, weekly 
$I.:".<|; established-daily 1879, weekly ISTi: H. 
D. Ht'iiiniens. eilltor and publisher'; circula- 
tion-dally I 1 :i-.:i5, weekly 1 I :!::;:. 

XEWS; every evening except Sunday, 
an<l .\ IIVOCATE, .Saturdays; re|iuhllenn: 
dally four pages 2;i.\28, weekly eight pages 
isx24: subscription— dally S:<. weekly $150; 
established— dally 19s:;, weekly I&V); Lowrle 
A Black, editors and publishers; circulation 
— dallv I I :|::;:, weekly 12 ;!::;:. 
A DVOCXTKi isee .Vci'vc.) 
DE.IIOCIt.VT ! .Satunlavs; denuKratlc; 
eight pani'S 15x22: subsiTlpllon $1.50; estal>- 
llshed |ssi: Keyes B,'cker. editor; Elgin Dem- 
iH-ratlc rublNliiiiK <'o.. publishers : iTrc'n J 1. 



I>EI'TS<'IIE /EITI N«; I Thurs.lays; 
Oerniun; iUrnocratlc ; eight jiages l.'ixij; suIh 
scrlptioii $2; established ISsO; Frank Kramer, 
editor and iiubllsher : circulation K 1. 

EVERY S.\T|; It l»A V I s 
literarN ; elghl pages l."iX'22 ; subset 
i-stablisheil 1S84; J. K. \a- ftiron. .-i K. 

Le Buron A Co., publishers : clrc"ii J Wikri:. 

VOI.KsKltErM>i Wednesdays: Ger- 
man : Independent: four pages \HxH: subscrip- 
tion $I..Vi: establlshe«l IiOJ: Armin Vogel, 
C<lltor and publisher, 

VOIJN<i I'EOri.E'S 
(we Chicago. ^ 



'S WEEKLY I 



ELIZABETH, Jo Darie** Co., t)M9t 

pop.. ;■ m. from Galena, the county aeat. 

Furiidiik'ls the principal ImlUHiry. 

II K I. I, ) Thursdnys: fanners' alliance; 

I '• - I5x'.22; subscription $I..V): estAb- 

h ■ . Terr%- * Slriekler, editors and 

piir,, .,,. I- 

ELIZABETHTOWN. c. b.. liar, 
din Co., Q, (BO pop., on Ohio r., midway 



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between Cairo aiul Evansvllle, Iiul. Iron, 
coal, lend and copper mining and agricult- 
ure are the lending Industries. 

INI>KI'EM>ENT ; Thursdays; Inde- 
pendent; four pa«es '.Mx'.'G ; subserlptlon 
$1.50 ; established Is^J ; John S. .\l(lK>tt, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 2:l::|;:i:. 

ELMHURST, Du Page Co., cf l.OOOt 
pop., on Chicago ,St Northwestern Rd. Eu- 
Kaiied In farming and dairying. 
GAZETTE; (see Chicago Record.) 

ELMWOOD, Peoria Co.,a l.SOOt pop., 
on Chicago, Uurlington Jt Qulucy Rd., 26 in. 
from Peoria, the county seat. Agriculture, 
mining and manufacturing are the main 
industries. 

Ci AZETTE : Thursdays ; republican ; eight 
pages l:i.\JO; subscrli>tlon $1.50; established 
1S71 ; Milton H. Spence, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

IVI ESSEN (»ER ; Fridays; neutral; four 
pages l><x24: subscription $2; established 1874; 
J. B. Sprawls, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 1. 

EL PASO, Woodford Co.,D l,390t pop., 

on Illinois Central and Toledo, Peoria & 

Western Rds., 17 m. from Bloomington and 

;« from Peoria. Agriculture and stock- I 

raising district. | 

J O U II N A Li ; Saturdays ; Independent; 
"eight pages 16x22 ; subscription Sl.iiO ; estab- 
lished ISKi; Curtis & Evans, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation J 1 :!;;■:. 

ELSDON, c. h., Cook Co., cf 200 pop., 
on Chicago & Grand Trunk and Chicago 
Santa Fe & California Rds. 
IIEK.V I..D; (.see Chicago Ri'cord.) 

ELWOOD, Will Co., a'420 pop., on 
the Chleago & Alton Rd., 9 m. S. W. of Joliet, 
the county seat, and 16 S. W. of Chicago. 
^VILL CO. A I) VEKTISER) (see Lock- 
port.) 

ENGLEWOOD, Cook Co., d 16.000 

pop.; has 7 Kds. A suburb of Chicago. The 

(Jnlon Stock Yards are located here. 

All (JUS; (see Chicago.) 

EVENIN«i CAliLi! every evening except 
Siindav; independent; four pages 15x22; 
subscription .*!; established 18'^6; F. S. Hogan, 
editor; Kngli-wood Publlsldng Co., publish- 
ers; circulation K 2. 

C II I C A <J « I' O S T t Satur.l.-iys: four 
pages 15x22: subscription .Wcents; establlshecl 
lHs3; F. Hiigan and C. A. DInghain, editors 
and piibll-iliiTH. 

IIE.>irKII>t Thursdays: Swedish; eight 
paucH i:!x2i(: Hutis<-riptl<>n $l..'>0 ; established 
l*^; Henifrld Publishing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

H('itl BEt Wednesdays; independent; 
eight pages I.'ixii; subserlptlon $2 ; estab 
llslied IH9U; Charles ,M. Duvldson, editor; 
ScrilH'Co., publishers; Issue also the Harvey 

s'lTn I) A Y A It <; r » I (see Chicago 
A rifxm. ) 

TOWN «F I.AKE EVE| Saturdays; 
four pages 22.128; HubHcrlptlon .*!: estab- 
lished IkTs; M. M.. W. H. & M. O. Touslpy. edi- 
tors; Kye Printing Co.. publishers; circula- 
tion J 2 ; dated nl Knglewood and Chicago. 

ERIE, Jrhitmidf Co., ^ , 950 i)op., on 

CUUini'i. Iturllnglon & (Jiilncy Kds. and 

Rock r. Manufactures sorghum, barrels, 

wagoiu and sti-am illtching machines. 



ILLISOIS. 



Celebrated game and hunting locality. 

Grain and live-stock raising district. 

1M)EFEXI)ENT; Saturdays: Independ- 
ent; four pages 15x22; subscription $1.50: 
established 187S ; C. D. Hannon, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

EUREKA, Woodford Co., D 1,300 pop., 
at intersection of Toledo, Peoria & West- 
ern, St. Louis & Chicago and Chicago, Santa 
Fe & California Rds., 20 m. from Peoria. 
Grain and live stock trade carried on. 

JOURNAL; Thursdays; Independent; 

eight pages isx24: subscription $1.50; estab- 
HsIumI ls»W; Radford & Davidson, editors and 
publishers; circulation K 2 ;•::!:. 

PUOJJRESS; Saturdays; indcpeudcnk; 
ten pages 15.x22; subscription $1.25; estab- 
lished 1886; J. P. Slytor. editor; F. M. Bolt, 
publisher ; circulation K 1 ; Issues also the 
Ramsey Independent. 

EVANSTON, Cook Co., q- 10,106 pop.. 

12 m. X. from Chicago, on the Chicago & 

Northwestern and Chicago, Milwaukee & 

[ St. Paul Rds. The Northwestern University 

[ and Garrett Biblical Institute are here. 

CITIZEN; Thursdays; independent ; 
eight pages lTx24: subscrii)tlon $1.50; estab- 
lished 1S82: Wni. Duffell, Jr., editor and pub- 

I Usher: clreulation L2. 

INDEX; Saturdays; independent : four 
pages ls.\24: subscript Ion $2: established 1872; 
John A. Chllds, editor ; lude.x Co., publishers; 

' circulation J 1. 

1 NORTHWESTERN WORLD; Fri- 
days : twenty pages 14x21; subscrijition $1.75; 
established i890: Sidney P. Johnston, e<lltor; 

' Students of the Northwestern University, 
publishers ; clreulation Iv 1 ; a college paper; 

I Issued during the collegiate year. 

PRESS; Saturdays: eight pages 14x21; 

I subscription 32; established IS'^g; University 
Press Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion J 1 :!::;;: a f(Uir page edition is also is- 
sued on Weilne.sdays, subscription $1.20. 

EVERGREEN PARK, Cook Co., 

cf 200 pop. Residence suburb of Chicago, 

12 m. distant. 

ENTERPRISE: Saturdays; eight pages 
18x2.!: subscription $1; established 1889; John 
M. Foley, editor and jiubllslier; clrc'n LI. 

FAIRBURY, Livingston Co., n 2,400t 
pop., on Toledo, Peoria & Western and 
Wabash Rds.. 59 m. from Peoria. A manu- 
facturing town and market for agricultural 
l)roduct8. Two coal shafts in the vicinity. 

KT.iADEt Sjiturdays; in<lependent ; I'Iglit 
pages 18x24 ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
1871; T. E. DiiBols, editor and publisher; 
circulation J 1 :i:. 

L0(;AL RECORD! Fridays; Indep.nd- 
eiit ; four page-. Hx.'l; subscription $1 : estab- 
lished ISHS; Charles S. Urydla, editor and imb- 
llslier; circulation K2H<4:; issues also the 
Sauneinin Gazette. 

FAIRFIELD, c. \\.,W,iyne Co.,^ S.OOOf 

pop., on Ohio & Mississippi and Louisville, 

Evansvllle & St. U)uls Rds., 129 m. from 

Sprlnglleld nn<l lOs from St. Louis, Mo. 

Seat of Ilayward Collegiate Institute. Maii- 

t tifactures woolen goods, wagons, barrels 

and Hour. A shipping point for lumlier. 

Grain and fruit growing district. 

FAIOIKHS' (JAZETTEl Fridays; In- 
dependciil ; four pagi's ,'U\ .'il; suliHcrlptlon $1 ; 
eHtjibllshed IHss; S. A. Kobcrtson, <-dltor and 
I publisher; circulation K 2. 



AMERICAN NEWSPAPElt lHHEtTOItY. 



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ILLINOIS. 



KKrrKhlCANtThurednvHjrppiihlUaii: 
elKlit puKi'S ISx's'S: !tiili.4>-rlt>(U>n $\ Ti; I'.stiili- 
U>hfil l-»i; N.K.KolH'ris.i-ilItoriiiiil luihllHlier. 

WAYNE ("(>, I'KKSSi Tliurs.liivs ; i,.. 

iilllillOHII : .-iKhl pilars l."..\.>J; Ntlbsci-lplliin 
(l.'iii; tsCaMlHhi-d I>*«ir. ; \V. M. Goudv, editor 
uikI piilillshiT; i.-lrculAdKii .11. 

UAYNK fO. l{K('(»ItI>i ThursdiivB; 
diMiLK-rnllo; elKht pmk'<-.i l^)\■,^'; Hiilm.-rlpliou 
♦ I.Vi; JIi-CIiiiika: Rjipp, t'dltors aud publliili- 
<Ts ; iln-uhilloii K :. 

FAIRMOUNT, yermilion Co., O 
7\KH pop., on Wiiliash, St. Louis & Pacltlo 
Kd.. U ni. from Dnuvlllo, the county seat. 
Manufactures tiles. Coal-nilnlnK section. 
KEVIEWl Krliliivs: neutral; four pat;e.s 
ISx'^J: sulist'riptlon .?l.i">; estalillshed IS'-IJ; 
Alvii M. Turner, editor and publisher: circu- 
late u K 1 :i:, 

FAIRVIEW, FuUon Co., -a SOOf pop., 
on Kniton Co. Narrow Gauge Rd., 30 m. 
from Lewlstown, the county gcat. Manu- 
factures tiles. Farming and coal mlnlnK- 
l< K G I Thursdays; Imlepondent ; four 

pa;,-, s ICix^.': subscription $l.i"i; esiahllshed 

ivc; ; K. K. Whitehead, editor and publisher; 

I'lrculatl.'H I, ','. 

FARINA, Fayette Co., g 6181 pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., 65 m. E. of St. Louis, 
Sto., and LVo S. of Chicago. Fanning dis- 
trict : small fruit and vegetables a specialty. 
NEWfSj Thursdays; republican; clKht 

pages \5xTi: subscription $l.!>i; established 

ISS-J: C. R. Davis, editor an.l publisher; clrcu- 

lall.in K ; :;::•: 

FARMER CITY, ne ffUt Co., a 
l,560t pop., on Indiana. Bloonilngton ft West- 
ern, at Intersection of Illinois Central R<l8.. 
18 ni. from Clinton, the county scat, and 25 
from nioomlngton. 

J O I' It N A L, t Thursilavs ; republican- 
elKht piiKes KSx-J); subscription $1.5(); estab- 
lish..! iST>: M. V. Zhnmernian, editor and 
publlsht-r: clr.-iUatlon .) I ^:!:. 

KEI'rBMt'.lN I SjiturdavB; republican; 
four pas.-s '."ipx-.v. ; sub-^crlptlon ^I.SO: estab- 
lished 18;9; R. M. Ewlng,e,lltorand publisher; 
Olri-ul:itl..Ii K !. 

FARMINGTON, Pulton Co., -n 1,600 

pop., on Chlcag.i, Burlington ft Qulncy and 
Central Iowa R.ls., 2.') m. from Peoria. In 
grain and stock-raising district. 
B r <; I;. E I FrI.lays ; ln<le|><>ndent ; eight 

pages I.ix-Ji': subscription $\.M: egiabllshwj 
11'^U: S, P. W..,hI. e.lltor; Wood ft Johnson, 
publish, r- ; ••lriMilnt|,,ii K I. 

FERNWOOD, Cook Co.. cf 800 pop., 
onCi.i >> ■. r i-i.rn Illinois R<1., 12 m. from 
Chi. a_ . 

N E \V S I FrMnyS; iiidcpemlent ; ei>rht 
pnifcs i'.x-.r.'; ■•ul>>.rl|it|.>n$l; estnbllshiHl l-.'ji; 
Alfr.>.l Wllllniiis, e.lllor; U B. Hilles, pul>- 

FILXMORE, Montgomery Co., G on 
Toledo, St. l/ouls A Kansas City Rd., 13 m. 
S. K. iif F{||lsl>on>. Ihoc.iiinty sent. Farming. 



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KECOKDi Fri.lny.; in.|p|KMi.lent: eight 
ti«if.-. '.:uai; subwrlpll. .n$l; , .... i. > - | |^. 
>lll|.r ft Minion. •■.Iltors iin.j i 

FISHER, Champaign Cu., i..„ pop., 
on tllln'>ls Central IW.. 18 m. from Urluinn, 
the county •*«t. Agricultural and manu- 
facturing district. 



FLANAGAN. Uving»ton Co.t Q 000 
pop., on UIImi.Ih L'l-nlral Rd., 5 m. from Ml- 
n.mk. Has several manufactories. In an 
ak'ricullural and sti.ck raising section. 
IIO.IIK TI.MKSt .Saturdays; independ- 
ent ; r.iur pages 18x21; subscription $1.7.'.; es- 
tablished KSt! ; John M. Urfen,e<lltorand pub- 
lisher ; circulation I, 'J. 

ItElTitlilC'i Fridays; four pages 18x24: 
established Is'JO. 

FLORA, CUiy Co., g 2,000 pop., on 
Ohio .v Mississippi Rd., !)5 ni. K. of St. 
Louis, .Mo., and Kw from Sprlnglleld. Has 
flouring mills and chair factories. Agri- 
cultural .listrict. 

SOLTIIEKN II.MNOIS JOUR- 
NALi Friiiays; reiiulillciiti: elulit pages 
\hxii; subscription iLJ-l; established ISTU; 
A. H. Reed, editor: Reed & Wolfe, publish- 
ers; circulation K 'i. 

FORREST, LMng^ton Co., a 1,600 
pop., on Wabash and Tole<lo, Peoria & 
Western Rds., 9.3 ni. S. of Chicago. Farm- 
ing, grain and live-stock region. 

I It A. >I IlLER { Wednesdays; republican; 

, eight pages l."..\i!; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1883; C. W. Stlckney, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation .1 l. 

FORRESTON, OgleCo.,^} l.mt pop., 
.ill <'lilc,igo, Jlllwaukeu ft St. Paul and 
Illinois Central Rds., at intersection of CId- 
cago ft Iowa Rii., 13 ni. from Freeport. In 
agricultural and stock-raising district. 

I II G It A L D I Saturdays ; republican ; 

eight jiagcs l.'ix23; subscription ^; estab- 
' lished IHT.'i; T. F. Haller. editor; T. K. Haller 

ftC.i.. publishers; clrculatlim K ■.' :i::i:. 

FRANKFORT STATION, Will 

j Co., 3' 450t pop., on Michigan Central Rd.,35 
m. from Chicago. Engaged In manufactur- 
ing farm ImpleuieutH.' 

\VI I.L CO. A DVEItTISERi (see Lock- 
port.) 

I FRANKLIN, Afor^anCo.. ijSSOf pop., 
I on Ja.'ks.mville Southeastern R<i., a) m. 
! from Jacksonville, the county seat. A trade 
j center. Has ndlls, brickyards, etc. 

TIMES; Fridays ; In.iepcndent : . i. \\x 
I pages ISx'JO; sul>scrlption $1.V>; establl-!,.-.l 
l*i<i; 0<s.. E Ci.MMlhead, e.lltor; Geo. E. GimxI- 
■ heaii ft Co., publishers; circulation K 1. 

FRANKLIN GROVE, Lee Co., [j 

7;r* |"i|. ...u Clili-ak'o ,v \..rllj western R<l. A 
grain Hhlppliig|>oint for agricultural region. 

RErOKTF.Iti SatunUvs; rei...i.H 

four I ■; siilwcrlpilon $1 ' 

llshe.1 Scott, edltoran.i i 

cln-iil.ii 1. !i .. :;::}:. 

FREEPORT. o. li.. Stephen»on Co., r^ 

lii.'Mi p., p.. on Illinois Central, Chicago ft 
N. irthw.steni and Chicago. Milwaukee ft 8t. 
Paul R-ls.. 121 m. W. of Chicago. A manu- 
facturing town. Farmli'- o..... .. 

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I>K>I<)<I{AT| .v.r 
8un.l,i>. >in.| WEEK I. \ 
oratic; dally four p.ig. « . 



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ILLINOIS. 




pages 15x22; subscription— dally $5, weekly 
ll.M); estahllsheil— (liilly 1!^S:, weekly ISSS: F. 
C. Donohiie. editor and publisher; circula- 
tion— <lallv K 1, weekly •' I. 

JOIIKN \ L ; every evening except Sun- 
day, anil WEEKIj^ , Wednesdays; repub 
llcan; dailv four pages is.\2l, weekly elKht 
pages irixM"; subscription— daily $5, weekly 
Sl.50 ; established -dally ISVil, weekly l»).s ; 
Journal Printing Co.. editors and publishers; 
clrculaiion— ilallv K 1 , weekly .) 1 . 

BANNER; Saturdays; German; eight 
pEKes 17x2'.; subscription Sl.50; established 
1879; Charles H. Frick, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2 ; the Sijnnlagsblatt, four pages 
19x2"), subscription SI. Is also Issued; circula- 
tion of Sonnliiosbtatt K 1. 

r- w . , ::,;, | DEUTSCllER AN- 

'^ J" ZEKJEU; Wednesdays; 

German ; democratic; 
eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $2; established 
1S53: Ennenga & Wagner, 
editors and publishers ; 

. circulation J 2 :5cHs. 
SONNTACiSIII>.ATT5 (see Banner.) 
NO II >1 A I. .1 O r R N -\ I.; <iuarterly, 
March, June. September and December: edu- 
cational; twelve pages 8x11; subscription 25 
cents; established ISiiO: J. J. Hagle, M. E.,and 
A. G. Matter, editors; Normal Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

FULTON, JVhiteside Co., ti 2,495t pop., 
on Cliica^jo. Burlington & Chicago. Mil- 
waukee & St. Paul and Chicago ,& North- 
western Rds. and Mississippi r.. about 40 m. 
above Davenport, Iowa, ami 136 W. of Chi- 
cago. Shipping point. Farming district. 
JOURNAL ; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays; independent - democratic ; eight 
pages ir>x'22 ; subscriittlon 82 ; established 1854 ; 
Bastlan Bros., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation .1 1 . 

ST\R; Fridays; pr()lill)ltlon ; four pages 
20x2ii: subscription $1: established 188:^: C. VV. 
& S. N. Knaiip, editors and publishers; circu- 
lation K I. 

ECHO ; monthly; Modern Woodmen of 
America; four pages 2^x30; subscription 50 
cents; estatdlshed 1MS5; A. W. Ba.stlau, editor 
and publisher; clrculaiion C 2. 

GALENA, c.h.,./o Daviess Co., ^6.4061 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Northern, 
Chicago & Northwest<?rn and Illln<pls Cen- 
tral Rds. and Galena r., 4 m. from Its en- 
trance into the Mississippi. Manufactures 
furniture, carriages, lumber, sashes, doors, 
blinds, farm implements; has marble and 
stone works, Iron foundries, etc. The chief 
products of the surrounding country are 
corn, oats, potatoes, wheat. Max, butter, 
wool, hay, pork and live stock. Lead and 
zinc ndiicB In vicinity. 

(iAZETTEt I'verv evening except Sun- 
day, iiml \VEEKI/V, Tliursilays; republi- 
can; four pa«iH-<l;dlv 18x24 weekly 24x30; 
Kubsirlptlon- dally $S. weekly $l.5<l; estali- 
llshed -dally 1*18, weekly law ; J. B. Brown, 
editor and iiubllHher; circ'n— dally Iv 1 :!;*, 
weekly H 1*:!'- . , 

l»EMO<'llATt W4<lneHdByH; Independ- 
ent demfH-rallc; elKht p.iges l.'ix22; Hubsorlp- 
tlon $1.50; eHluhllMlied 1H7I ; elrculallon K 2. 

VOIili WFirErNI>i'I'liurKdnvs;Oermiin; 
four piiK>s:*ix>l ; hubsirllillon $2; e»tiibllHhiMl 
1W18; A. Klaus, editor iiml publlHlier; clrcula 
UOD K2. 



ILLINOIS. 



GALESBURG, c. li., Knox Co., -a 

15,212+ pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Chi- 
cago, Santa Fe & California an<l terminus 
of Fulton Co. Narrow Gauge Rd.s., 53 m. 
from Peoria and l(j5 from Chicago. Knox 
and Lombard Colleges and St. Joseph's 
Academy are locateii here. Engaged In 
manufacturing, and center of trade. 

REPUBLICAN-REGISTER; every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Saturdays; republican ; daily four pages 20x24, 
weekly eight pagi's 15x22 ; subscription— dally 
$6, weekly S2; established 1870; Z. Beatty, edi- 
tor; Galesburg Printing Co., publishers; cir- 
culation— tlally J 2 ^rJi:*, weekly J 1 ^:^::;:. 
;jr- Actual arerage of daily edition l,5'.t4, 
weekly l.4t)3 co/iiVs/"'" the /inst year. 

PLAIN DEALER; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages ir)X-'2; sul>scripti<in $1.50; estab- 
lished 1873; PlaliKlealer Printing Co., editors 
and publisliers; circulation .1 1 :;;;■:. 

PRESS AND PEOPLE: FrMays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pagi'S 2ll.\2(); subscription Sl.50; 
established 18,54 ; Gersh. Martin, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1. 

S U N « A Y N E W S ; Sundays; inde- 
pendent; eight pages 16x22; subscription 
$1.75; established 18s9; W. S. Nash, editor; 
News Publishing Co., publishers. 

VISITOR; Thursdays; reptibli<-an : four 
pages 18x24 ; subscription .$1 ; establlslied 
1H89; Hook & Nash, e<litors and publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

COUP D'ETAT: monthly : twenty-six 
pages 8x11 ; subscription $1 ; established 1881 ; 
Students of Knox College, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L2 i-c-X- ; a college paper; 
Issued during the collegiate year. 

KNOX CO. SUNDAY SCHOOL 
NEWS; monthly: uiiseetarian : eight 
pages !1xl2: subscriptlim 2.'i cents; established 
1S89; Mrs. Whealon Smitli, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

LOMBARD REVIEW; monthly; 
twenty-four pages 8x11 ; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1884; W. F. Smitli, editor: Lom- 
bard Review Joint Stock Co., publishers ; cir- 
culation L2; acollege paper; Issued during 
the collegiate year.. . 

RAILROAD T R A I N I»l E N ' S 
JOURNWIit monthly; sixty-eight pages 
6x9; subscription $1; established 18S;i; L. W 
Rogers, editor and publisher; circulation F 1 ; 
devoted to the Interests of railway em- 
jiloyees. 

OALVA, nenri/ Co., ti 2,468 pop., at 

Junction of Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy 
and R<ick Island ><: Peoria Itd.s., 23 m. from 
Galesburg. Coal mining and manufactur- 
ing are tlie le.-idlng Industries. 
NEWS; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages isx24: subscription $1.50; established 
1878; Fitch & yulun. editors and iiubllshers; 
circulation K 'j. 

STANDARD; Fridays; repul.licnn ; fiuir 
pages 20x26; subscription SL-IO; established 
1881; Boyd .t MeMeekIn, editors and publish- 
ers ; circulation K 2. 

GANO, Oooh- Cn.,c( 1,900 pop., n suburb 
and part of Chicago. Pullman Palace Car 
Works 1 in. distant. 
REVIEW; (see Pullman.) 

GARDNER,^"""'.'/ Co.. ('] l,188t pop., 

on Cliiilnmitl. Indlauaiiolls & St. Louis Rd. 

NEWS; Fridays: liidepondent : eight 
pages 1SX2I; subscription $l.,'i(i; established 
IfWB; N. W. Halm, editor and publisher; clr 
culatlon 1. 2. 

GENESEO, /r.^nri/ro.,Yn3,28!tt pop.,on 

ChUago, Rock Island & Pacific R<1., 23 m. 
from Rock Island. A Presbyterian academy 



AMKUICAN NEWSPAPER DIUECroUV. 



105 



ILUNOIS. 



and the Northwestern Normal School are 

locatcMl hore. A(?rU'Ultur;il illstrlct. 

NEWS I Thursiliivs; lii()<-pi'ii(lfiit ; elifht 
p;i({«'« l.">x?,'; suli-si'ilptloii SI-''": i-ttabllsfuvl 
1874;HiMiry \.. Kliii'i-. cilltor ami imlillsluT; 
clruiilatlciti .1 1 :;::•:. 

R E I> r II L I (' I FrI.lays: npul.Ilcan: 
olnlit |iaKi'sl.''i.x,.''J; siil>S(Tl|)tl<)ii $'^ ; i-.stal>lisliMil 
lS5t".; A. I.lrliiTkm'ohl.cilllor and pilbllslior; 
Cin-iilatliiii 1 I . 

<-OI.I>E(iIATK IIKKALI): monthly: 
educational: tw-fivi- iiaws yxlJ; subM-rljitlnii 
rm ci-nts; cslalilislH-il 1S8T: Onifers of the 
Ovnest'o C'ulli-Klatc Inslltuti', editors and 
pnlillslicrs: cln-uhillon LI; IssuimI durlnK 
thf rollpu'iali' vcar. 

WESTERN SWIXEIIERI); monthly: 
live stork : twi'ntv iiaKi's '.txl,': sul»iTliiIion 
50 i-cnts: .'stalillshcd 13s8; IJ. W. Phllllppo & 
Co.. fdltors and pulillshers; olrc'n li 1 H::!:^:. 

GENEVA,c.li.,AaH«Co.,i2,12(;tpop.. 
on Chli aico .t Northwestern and Chicago, 
BiirliiiKton A Qulncy Rds. and Kox r., 35 ni. 
from Chicago. Various inanufactorles are 
l<K'ati'd Ill-re. Dairying ci-nter. 

PATROI..; Fridays; prohllililon ; eight 

fiages 11x15; subscription *1 ; esiahllshed 
8SS; Forrest Crlssy and Ella H. Baker, 
e<lltors: Patrol Co.. pulillshers; eirf'n .1 2. 

REPrKLICANt Sat unlays; repulilU-an; 
elKht paites 15x>*".'; Biibscrlptloii 81.50; estab- 
U.siieil 1851; James Forrest, editor and pub- 
lisher; eirculatlim K 2. 

GENOA. T)e Kalb Co., i 650 pop., on 

riiiiiK... .Milwaukee & St. Paul Rd., 59 in. 

W. of Chicago. Dairying region. 

ISSI.'E: Thursdays; eight pages 13x20; 
8ul>serlptlon Sl.Si); .stabllshed IHS^I; D. W. 
Hartman. editor and publisher : circula- 
tion K I *:;:;':. tW" Actual average for the 
past near bTi copies. 

GERMAN VALLEY, Stcphcuon 

C'i> , ■ .iM I liicago. Si. l':iul & Kansas City 
Rd.. 11 in. S. E. of Kreeport, the county scat. 
Engageil In agriculture. 

»ER MITARBEITERi monthly; 

German; evangelical: clitht pages inxU; sub 
g<.-riptlon ."ill cents: established ls90; Rev. A. 
F. Heyer, editor and publisher. 

GIBSON CITY, Ford Co.. o 1.809t 
IMip., :it till' Intersection of Lake Erie & 
Western, Illinois Central and Wabash Rils., 
8S m. E. of Bloomlngton. Surrounded by 
farming country. 

ENTERPRISE) Thurs.lays ; repub- 
lican: eight niiges l.'>x.M: subscription $1.5U; 
establlshcl iss) ; P. .V. Coal, editor and pub- 
lisher : elrculailon K 1 *:•:. 

(illlSON C<M'Rl£^(; Fridays; Inde 
p«'ndent ; eight pages ..'.x.'.'; subscription 
tl..'.i): <'Hta»)llHhid I'd; E. Lowry, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1 ^ih- 

GILLESPIE, Maroupin Co., a l.OOOt 
P'ip.oii Iiidiaiia|HdlH .t .St. lyiuls Rd.. 4.*> III. 
from St. Louis, Mo. Engaged In farming 
and slock raising. In mining district. 

IIER.^IjHi Saturdays; lnde|M'ndent ; 
eight pages l:<x3); sultscriplioii $1 ; esiabllHhed 
Iss;; .Mack Ml.-islk, editor and DUbllshcr; cir- 
culation K 1. 

GILMAN, IroqunU Co., zy l.OOOf pop., 
on IIUii'.!-. Central and Tol<'<lo, Peoria tt 
Wenterii Rds.. SI m. S. W. of Chicago. Lln- 
s<'ed oil works. ehi'<'«e and br-Mim factory 
here. .V fruit growing district. 
HTA R I Satupiavs ; lndeiM>iidcnt ; four 

pa«es JOxM; •ubacriptlon $1.S0; esublisha-d 



ILLINOIS. 



1868; R C. Alien, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K I :|::|:. 

GIRARD, Arncoupin Co., a l,.V2.^t Pop., 
on Chicago & .\lton and Jacksonville South- 
eastern Rds. Engaged principally In agri- 
culture anil I'oal mining for railroad use. 
JJAZETTE) TlHirsilays ; Independent; 



eight pages i:(x20; subscrljition $l..'iO 

ilshed HT9: (Jeo. L. Tipton, editor and puii- 

llslier: clrcnl.itloil K 1. 

GLENCOE, Cook Co., cf 491 pop., on 
Chicago X Northwestern Kd . 
(J LEAN KU ; .see Chicago Record.) 

GOLCONDA, c. li., Pope Co., g 1,000 
pop., on Ohio r., at mouth of Lusk creek, 
80 m. from Cairo and 120 from Evansvilie, 
Ind. Has some manufactures. Shipping 
point for agricultural and mineral country. 

HERA lil>. ENTERPRISE: Thiir.s 
days; republican; four pages ■.iix2ii; subscrip- 
tion SI : established ls87; Craig & Clanahan, 
edii<ir~ .iiid publishers; circulation J 1. 

TI.>IKS; Wednesdays; farmers' ailianee; 
four pages l.Sx2l: subscription $1 ; established 
IS'.tl; George G. Jlorris. editor and publisher. 

GOLDEN, Adams Co., -a riOOt pop. 

I'lie surrounding district is agricultural. 

AUVANCEt Fridays; Independent; eight 
pages l:lx2'»; sul»scription SI.25; established 
i»HS; S M. Irwin, editor and publUher; cir- 
culation L2. 

GOOD HOPE, McDonough Co., d 
.'ill pop., on Toledo, Peoria .t Western Rd., 
8 III. W. of Bushuell. Tile works ami a mill 
here. Grain shipped in large ((uantlties. 

TOIIPEIUM Fridays; four pages 18x21; 
subscription .'*1.5n; established ISsU; W. J. 
.\lislilre. e.litor and publlslier; circ'n 1,1. 

GRAND CROSSING, Cook Co., c( 
1,400 pop., a suburb of Chicago. 

NEWS) (see Chicago /Jf-i-ord.) 
I{ K<0|{ I»; isee Chicago.) 
K KV I V.W : see I'ullman.) 

GRAND RIDGE, /-« Salle Co., [j 

:ilopop..on I'hUMgo, Burlington & Quinoy 

Rd.. 10 III. S. of Ottawa, the county seat. 

Farming district. 

H E it A li i> ; Saturdays: Independent: 
four panes 17x24: subscription $1; eslabllsiiea 
l^'.iO; n. I-". J.iiie^ .-t Son.editorsand publishers. 

GRAYLAND, (CHICAGO P. O.) 

Cook Co., J a suburb and part of Chicago. 
NEWS; (see Chicago ««-cor<J.) 
GRAY'S LAKE, Lake Co.. ^ 160 
pop., oil Wl-.con.<^lii Central R<l., 10 m. from 
Wauki-gau, the county seat, and 43 from 
Chicago, .\grlculturai country. 
ENTEIl PR ISEt (H.-e Chicago Record.) 

GRAYVILLE, ir/»"e Co., O, 2.00et 

pop., on I'alro, Vlnceiines k, Chicago and 
Pisiria, De<'atur & Evansvilie IMs. and 
Wal»a«h r., .'15 m. from Evansvilie, Ind. 
HardwiMHl lumWr market. Coal near. 
Milling and farming region. 
I NI> E P E N I) E N Ti Thursdnvs ; inde. 



fx'ndi III 
Jl.i-. 
and I 

M i H 
four 1 ' 

ilshed 


• 1 - 1 i 1 pages 

■..Hi 1K.VJ: 1 

elrellhi 


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siilmcriiiilon 
n. e<lit<>ni 


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GEO. p. ROWELL & CO'S 



ILLINOIS. 



ILLINOIS. 



GREENFIELD, Greene Co.,-nl,132t 
pep., on Chicago, Burllnjrton & Qulncy and 
Jacksonville SoutlieasU'rn Kils.. 12 m. S. of 
Whitehall. Agriculture and stock raising. 
A K O U S ; Fridays ; republican ; four 

pages 18.\24; subscription $1.50; established 

1878; Vic. H. Haven, editor and publisher; 

circulation K 1. 
BKADE; Thursdays; Independent; four 

Bages is.\24; subscription $1; established I8S.S; 
[. G. Slsson, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion L2. 

GREENUP, Cumberland Co., D- 800 
pop., on St. Louis, Vandalla & Terre Haute 
Rd., 125 ni. from St. Louis, Mo. Lumbering 
Interest. Fruit growing and brick making. 
Pit ESS i Thursdays: four pa','ps lSx24; 
subscription $1.25; established 18S:l; H. C. 
Bosworth, editor and publisher; clrc'n L2. 

GREENVIEW, Menard Co., D 1,000 

pop., on Chicag<j & Alton Rd., M m. S. W. 

of Bloomlngton. Coal raining, farming and 

stock-raising locality. 

ni A I Li ; Fridays: Independent; eight 
pages 1.3x20; subscription $1.25; established 
1885: R. A. Hughes, editor and publisher; 
circulation 1.2. 

GREENVILLE, c. h., Bond Co., g 

1,890 pop., on Tcrrc Haute & Indianapolis 
Rd., 50 m. from St. Louis, Mo. Corn and 
wheat-growing district. 

ADVOCATE; Thursdays; republican; 
twelve pages 13x'20; subscription $1,150; es- 
tablished 1857; Geo. M. Tathani, editor and 
publisher; circulation .1 1 :i::|:. 

SUN; Frtdavs ; Independent ; eight pages 
15x22; subscription $1.50; established 1876; 
V.Harold, editor and publlslier; clrc'n K 2. 

GRIGGSVILLE, I'ikf Co., o 1.413t 
pop., on Wabash Rd., 50 m. from Quincy. 
Engaged In varlou.s manufactures. 

INDEl'ENDENT PRESS ; Wednes 
davs ; Inilependent ; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription $1.50; established 1879; E. E. 
Williamson, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2. 

HAMILTON, Hancock Co., -D l,345t 
pop., on Toledo, Peoria & Western and Wa- 
bash Rds. and Ml.sslsslppi r., 2 m. from Keo- 
kuk, Iowa. 
PRESS; Thursdays; democratic; right 

pages I5x2J; subsiTipthm $1..'>0; cstabll.slicil 

1SS7; .\. L. Mc.Vrthur, eilltor and publisher; 

circiilalloii 1,2. 

HAMPSHIRE, Kane Co., ti l.B24t 
pop., on Chicago, Milwaukee* St. Paul Rd., 
54 m. N. W. of Chicago. Tile factory and 
several brick yards. Dairying and blooded 
Btrick center. 

REIJISTER; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages 17x21; subscription $1.50; estab 
llslieil ISH-'i; Biu-kuH .^ Hrlll, editors and pub- 
lishers ; clrculatlun K I iHM'- 

HARDIN, '•. li., Calhoun Co., -a 400t 
pop., on Illinois r, opposite the mouth of 
Macoupin en-ek, about 28 m. above Alton. 
Farming Is the leading industry. 

C'AMIOrS IIERAIiOt Tliursilnvs: 
demoiTnll"-; four pages Isx24; subscription 
$l.Wi: eHtubllshed is;i; T. J. Selby, editor and 
publisher ; clrciilatlnn K 1. 

HARLEM, Cook Co.,ii 800 pop., on 

Wiseon^lii < :<nlral llil. Has ehi-ese factory. 

NEWS I (Heo Chicago Kecord.) 



PROVi: 

wood. 1 



iO VINDICATOR; (see May 



HARRISBURG, c. li., Saline Co., g 
2,000 pop., on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago 
& St. Louis Rd., 68 m. from Cairo and 100 
from St. Louis, Mo. Surrounding country 
prolific In coal, iron and salt. 

C II R O N I C'li Ei Fridays; republican: 
four pages 20,\2t); subscription $1.25; estab- 
llsheil 1859; Pickett & Richardson, editors and 
publishers ; circulation K 2 ;i:^;. 

HARVARD, McHenry Co., ti 2,300 
pop., on Cliicago & Northwestern Rd., 63 
m. from Chicago. Has sewing machine and 
carriage wheel manufactories; also flour- 
ing mill. In agricultural country. 

IIERAIjD; Fridays; Independent; four 
pages 21 1x26; subscription $1; established 1S87; 
M. F. Walsh, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion .T 1 :!::•: 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays; republi- 
can; eight pages ir)X'22; subscription $1.50: 
establisheii 1S65; Otis S. Eastman, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

HARVEY, Cook Co., ci a suburb of 

Chicago. 

SCRI BE; Saturdays; Independent; eight 
ijages 15x22; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1890: Scribe Co., editors and publishers; 
issue also the Englewood Scribe. 

TIMES; Thursdavs; liidepenilent ; four 
pages 17x24; established 1S90; Alfred Wil- 
liams, editor and publisher. 

TRIBUNE; .Saturdays; Independent; 
eight pages 17x24: subscription $1.5(1; estab- 
lislied 1S90; Omer L. Downey & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

HAVANA, c. li., Mason Co., n 2.118 
pop., on Jacksonville, Southeastern, Illi- 
nois Central and Fulton Co. Narrow Gauge 
Rds. an<l Illinois r. .\ shipping point for 
osage plants and white Hint corn. 

IVIASON CO. DEMOCRAT ; Fridays; 
deiiKicrallc : four pages 20x26: sul)scrlpllon 
$!.50: i-stablished isj'.l; J. A. Melhop, editor 
and iiulillsher: circulation K 2. 

REPUBLICAN; Frldavs ; republican; 
four pages 15x22: subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 187:!: P. F. Warner, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 1 :|::i:. 

HEBRON, MclJenry Co., d 500 pop., 
on Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 13 ni. N. of 
Woodstock, the county seat. Farming 
country. 
IIERATjD; Satunlays: Independent; 

four pages 20x26; established 1888; Luther 

O. Rlgk's, editor and publisher. 
T R 1 II U N E ; Tuesdays; independent^ 

fourpages 2<ix26: subseriiilloii $2: eslalillshed 

|h;h); Tieguii & Turner, editors and publishers. 

HEGEWISCH, Cook Co., cf 1.700t 
pop., on New York, Chicago & St. I>>uls, 
Chicago & Atlantic, Louisville, New .Mbany 
& Chicago, Pittsburg, Fori Wayne & Chica- 
go and South Chicago & Southern Kds. A 
suburb and part of Chicago. Car works here. 

JOIMtNAIi; (see Chicago Hrgiwlach. 

.Tint riiol. I 

HENNEPIN, «■• 1'., I'lituam Co., \^ 

7."iO+ pop., on Illinois r., 50 ni. idiove Peoria. 
River navigable for larg<< tow boats ami 
propellirs. f'onsldiralil.' produce shipped. 
PUTNAM RECOKDi Thursdays; neu- 
tral; eight piMtes ISxJU; Htibscrlptioti $1.90; 



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ILLINOIS. 



ILLINOIS. 



(•stabllshcil 13«i; I. H. Cook, editor and pub- 
lisher: ciroulatloii K 1. 

HENRY, .Marshall Co., o 1,728 pop., 
nil ChUuK'o, Rock Island & Piicldc Ud. and 
Illinois r., :a ni. from Peoria. EnKiige<l In 
shipping frrnlii and In nianiirncturinK. 

UEl'lIBLICANj Thurs.lays; repul)ll 
can ; clk'ht jiak'i'S 1. ". x ■,'■,' ; subscription $1.S0; 
estahllslioil is5i ; OooFKo Durt, editor and pul)- 
Usher; elrciilatlou .1 1. 

TIMES) Thvirsdavs; democratle; clKht 
paKOS UtxS: suliserlpllon $I.riO ; )'Stal)li.slie<l 
1-<S6; J. S. Hurt, editor and put>lisher ; cireu- 
lallon K •.';}:. 

HIGHLAND, Madison Co., p 1,969 

pop.. ..II Tirr.' Haute A Indianapolis Rd., a) 

ifu from St. Louis, Mo. Has a number of 

factories and mills. AK'rIcultural section. 

UNION t Frl<Ia.vs: German; republican; 
four |iaKesi>x28 ; subscription f2 ; established 
1863 : J. S. Hoerncr, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation J 1. I 

HIGHLAND PARK, Lake Co., d 

1,301) pM)p., on (Jiiieag.. .v Northwestern Rd. 

Residence of many people doing business ' 

In Chicago. \ 

GAZETTE; Fridays; republican; four I H U M E , Edgar Co., D- 600 pop., on 
P«§^V"Y-*^' ?"jl';!i^^''iption «l.:Vi; established J ChiciXKO & Ohio River and Indiana, Hloom- 
lSs9: Reuben W. Coon, e<litor and publsher; ■„„,„„ ». tit. o,„™ n i n ... 
ciren L J : issuesalso the Waukegan Oas.«e! •«>«<«" & Western Rds. Ha.s tile works. 

HEK ALDj (-;ee Chicago i?<v«;-rf. I Agriculture predom I nent. 

•LTTT T c!Ti<-vc»/^ „ , ,, . ^ R E C O R I> ; Satuplays; Independent; 

rllLLiSBURO, C. h., Montgomery Co., eight pages i:).x20; subscription SI.oli; estab- 
n 2,iiK>+ pop., on Indianapolis & St. Louis ' "^n*''! IS'JO; D. V. Bradley, editor and pub- 
lisher. 



Lake Erie & Western Rds., 104 m. from Chi- 
cago. Has canning factories, llax-tow mill, 
tile factory, etc. An agricultural district. 

CHRONICLE) every morning except 
Suniiay.au.l W KEK IjV, Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; liallv fi.ur pages i:t.\'J(J, wee"kly eight 
iiages ISx-.'i: suliscrlptloii— <ially $:t, weekly 
♦ l.-'^O; estal)llshed-(lally 1881, weekly \H7i; 
t'lias. W. Warner, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation— dally 1.2, weekly K 2. 

OEMOt^KAT) Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages ir)x22; subscription $l..'iO; estab- 
lished 18S1; Win. Klemining, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 1. 

II E R A Li i) I Saturdays; ln<lependent; 
four nages l;"ix22; subscription $l..'i<i; estab- 
lished I9S9; Deatrlcli & Barnes, editors and 
publishers; circulation 1,2. 

SENTINEL; Wednesdays; Independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription ^\.M: estab- 
lished ixyo; chas. P. Iluey, editor; Huey ft 
rialley, piilillsliers. 

HOPED ALE, Tazewell Co., n 607t 

pop., on Chicago ft Alton ami St. I..oul8 ft 

Chicago Rds. Grain and stock-raising region. 

REVIEW; Saturdays; Indeixnrlent ; four 
piiges lsx2l; suliscription $1.50; established 
1887; H. .M. Haughey & Son, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L2. 



Rd., 66 in. from St. Louis, Mo. Engaged In 

agriculture and manufacturing. 

J0!:RNAL t Fridays; republican: eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1..^0; est;il>llshed 
1861 ; Trultt & Boy.i, editors and pulilisliers; 
circulation K 1. 

>IONTf;0>IERY NEWS) Fridays; 
demiK;ratle; four )>agos 10x22; sulisorlptlon 
»1.5<); estal)lished ISTIi; Emmet John.son, ••di- 
tor and (lublisher; circulation K2; a four- 
page eilition. sul>scrlptlon $1, U also Issued 
on the same day. 



ILLIOPOLIS, Sangamon Co., D 700 
pop., on Wabash Rd., 23 m. from Spring- 
field, the county seat and State capital. 
Agricultural country. 

ILLINOIS STATE fENTEK: Thurs- 
days: four pages isx24: sui>scrlpllon $1.25: 
established 1884; R. T. Spencer, editor and 
pulillsher; circulation L2; issues als.i the 
WilliamxrUle Giizrttr. 



WILLIA.MSVILLE iJAZETTEj 

-u-TW/^vr -r-v r. I- II. <^ i o»« Salunlays; four pages 18x24; subscription $1; 

HINCKLEY, /^eA«H> Co., [^ 880 pop., eslabllsfied 1>^84: Ed. L. (Jrove. editor; R. T. 

on < .iiicag.. ,\: I„wa Rd., '26 m. W. of Aurora. ' ^},T"^''7.- ''"'^''•''''';r.= ^'reulatlon 1, 1 ; dated at 

iToa tiio /„„. -I..., » 1 ,, iniopolls and \Mlllamsvll e; Issues ulsu the 

Has tile factories and a creamery. Farm i Illinois State Cinter. 



Ing ami sto<-k-rnlslng district. 

REVIEW) FrI.lavs; republican; eight 
pages I5X2-2; suliscrlption $1.'25: establlsheii { 
ISTS: .1. A. Falls, e<litor and publisher; circula 
tlon K2**; nn edition entitled the Leailcr 

i.i l--iie.| f. .r Waterman. i 

HINSDALE, />M Page Co., rf 2,000t I 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington .t Qiilncy Rd., 
Ki m. from Chicago. A classic academy here. 
IIKK A Ml) iM>« Chicago Rfrnrd.) 
It ECO It I) ; Fridays ; ten j.ages ir.x?2; »ub- 

B<rlptlon $2; e«labllshe<l IS61 ; .\. r. Matter. 

eiitorand publisher; clnulation L 1 **; an 

e.|ltt..!i ..f flie Wheaton IIHnoinn. 

HOMER, rhampaign Co., O- 1,200 pop., 
on Waliash R-I..2ii m. from Danville and lln 
from S|.rlngneld. the State ca|)ital. Has , 
flouring mills, carriage factory ami sem- 
inary. Farming S4K-I Ion. 
, ENTERPRISE) Thur«<lay«: ropub- 
llcan: four img.s 30x26; subNCrtption $l.3<); 
e«tabll.he.l 1877; J. B. .Morton, editor and 
publisher; rlrcuiatlon K 1. ! 

HOOPESTON, Vermmon To , > J.ioo 

I>..|. , .11 I hi.-.i^.,, tt En.Hteni Illln.,U uikI 



IPAVA, Fulton Co., -n 600 |K.p., on 

Chicago, Burlington & Qiiincy Rd., in ni. W. 

8. W. of Lewistown, the county seat. Ha« 

flour and woolen nillls. Coal In vicinity. 

INI»EI»EM)ENT:Tliiirsdavs;lndepend- 
it; four pages 15.x22; aubsci ' 
tabllslied IstM; H. W. Jouen, 



eiit; four pages 15x22; subscription $I.5U; eg- 
tabllslied l!-9U; H. W. Jouen, editor 
Usher. 



and pub- 



IRVING, Montgomery Co., O 6I3t pop., 
on In.||ana|H.||s .t .St. Louis Rd.. 6 m. from 
HillslMiro, the count.v seal. 

TIMES) Thursdays; eight iiages 11x16; 
subscription $1 : esiabl|slii-d Ivsy ; J. M. 
W.lxr. idllor aid pul.llHlier; cireulutlun 1, 1 . 

IRVING PARK. Coot Co., era 8»b- 

iirli and part of fhlc;igo. 

T W E \ T Y - S E V E N T II W A It l> 
DEMOCK \Ti fs- ,• chicBgo «re..r«/.i 

JACKSONVILLE, c. h.. Morgan 
Co., -:■!' iM.p., on Wntuuh. ('hlcAKo A 

Alton aiil .la.ksi.nvlll*. Southeiulern Bdii.. 
."M m. from Hpringnel.l. the .stale capital. 
Has S4<vernl manufnetorlea. Sent nf Slate 



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GEO. P. ROVVELL & GO'S 



ILLIXOIS. 



Institutions, colleRes and somlnarles. In 
aKrIeiiltiirnI district. 

II.LlNOIrS C'OriUERiPv.-r.v fvenlnK 
except Suiiilay, ami \\KKKLY, Weilnes- 
days: (U'ini>cratlc ; ilally foiii- paj^cs 15x?J, 
Saturday d^lit paKcs, weekly twelve pa^es; 
8nbscripti<>ii — dallv $!.;*>, weekly $1.50: e.stal>- 
llshed— dally isrii. weekly I8I9; DoyliiK. Hln- 
rlclisen A Case. <'clltors and publishers; cir- 
culation— dally K ■.';•::•:. weekly 1 "i ;•::■:. 

JOl'llNAIii I'verv niornlnK except Mon- 
day, anil WEEKI.1Y, Wednesdays; repub- 
lican; clallv four iiaties Joxii;, weekly twelve 
paRes ISx-ii; subscription— dallv $10," weekly 
#1.50; established— dally IS6<;. weekly 1S44; The 
Journal Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion— daily K 1, weekly .1 i. 

CHRISTIAN VOICE AXD BAN- 
NER OF HOLINESS; We.lnesdays; 
holiness: einht panes I2xls; subscription 
$1.5(1: established 1872: L. B. Kent, editor; 
Western Holiness Association, publishers; 
does not in.sert advertisements. 

DEAF-MUTE A I) VANCE; Saturdays: 
elRht padres Hix22: subscript Ion $1; established 
18(0: Frank Read, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation Iv 2. 

COLLEGE RAMBLER; send 
monthl.v; twentv panes 8x11; subscription 
$1; established IS77; Rambler Joint Stock Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation L 2 ; a 
college i)aper; Issued durme the colleiflate 
year. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL RECORD; 
monthly; evanRellcal: four panes llxHi; sub- 
scription 2j cents; established 1SS8; Mrs. H. 
M. Hamill and Miss Laura Hammond, editors: 
Exe<'utlvp Committee of the Morgan Co. sun- 
day School Association, publishers. 

JEFFERSON, Cook Co., rf l,-200pop., 
on Chicago & Northwestern Rd. A suburb 
and part of Chicago. 
HERALD; (see Palatine Enterprise.) 

JEFFERSON PARK, (CHICAGO 
y. O.) Conk Co., n- A suburb and part of 
Chicago. 
DE>IO<'R AT; isee Chicago Rrconl.) 

JERSEYVILLE, c. h.. Jersey Co., -a 
S.'.iDI'l- pop., on Chicago & Alton and St. Louis 
& Central Illinois Rds., lit m from Alton. 
Various manufactures. Farming region. 

JERSEY CO. DEMOCRAT; Thurs 
days; democrallc: elglit pages l."ix22; sub- 
scription »'i: established l^Oi; .1. M. Fage, edi- 
tor and publisher; circulation K i. 

RKIM'BLICAN CALI<; Fridays; re- 
publlcati : four iiages l.">x?.': sid>scrlpllon$4..'i<l; 
established 18-'J; .Tirseyvllli- Fubllshing Co., 
editors ami piiblislK'rs: circulation 1,2. 

REPUBIilCAN- EXAMINER ; FrI 
days; republican; elnlii pagis iriX22: sub 
HCi-iptloii .*2: established IHIk'i; A. I). Locke, 
editor and publisher; circulallon K '■!. 

WESTERN FARMER; Fridays; In- 
dependent: eight pages l.^x'J'J; siibMcrlpllon 
$l.r><l; establisheil IH'JO; F. 8. .Malott, eiiltor 
utid publisher. 

JOLIET, <•■ U., mil Co., cf 27,407t pop., 
on live Rds. and Ues Flalnes r., 40 m. from 
Chlcagr). The Illinois .V Michigan canal 
furidshes water power. The State rrisoii 
Ih locatol here. Considerable niunufai'tur 
tug. Has stone iiuarrles, UesMomer Ht<-el 
Works, barb-fence factories, idc. Center of 
agrhMiitiiral district. 

NEWS; I'verv evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKIiV, Thursdays; dally lnd<' 
IM-iident, weekly prohibition: ilally four 
paKen \lx'ii, weekly eight tiages l.^.\'.^.■; HUb 
■criptlon -dally $i »), weekly #1; eHtabllHlied 



ILLINOIS. 



—dally 1<«77, weekly l^TS; James H. Ferris, 
editor: News I'rintlng Co., publishers; circu- 
lation-dally H 1 *:!::;:. weekly J J :;:*. 

PRES.*«j every morning except Sunday, 
and \\'KEKLV. Satunlays; republican; 
dali.v four pages llix2'.'. weekly eight pages 
17x22; subscrijitlon— liailv $;>, weekly $1: e.s- 
tabllsheil l-is|; James McNamee, eilltor; Press 
Publishing Co., j>ubllslier8; circulation— 
daily 1 1 , weekly .12. 

REPUBLIC AND SI'N; eveiy morn 
Ing except Monday, and WEEKI<Y, Fri- 
days; republican; daily four pages |8x24; 
weekly eight pages 13x22; subscription— dally 
$3,weekly SI.'jII; established— dally is?:!, week- 
ly 1847; Robert Maun Woods, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation— dally .1 J. weekly I 1. 

DAS VOLKSBLATT; Thursdays; 
German; independent democratic; eight 
pages I:")x22; subscription .*;2; establlsheil Hs2; 
L. Metterhausen, editor and ])Ublisher: cir- 
culation .1 I . 

RECORD; Fridays; democratic: four 
pages l:'ix2.': subscription $1.50; established 
1871: W. W. Stevens, editor and publisher; 
circulation J 1 ;■::•:. 

SIGNAL; Fridays: democratic; eight 
pages l:"ix22: subscription SL.TO; established 
1842: K. D. Conley. editor and publisher: cir- 
culation J 1. 

STONE CITY PATRIOT;. monthly; 
prohil)itioM: four panes 16x22: subscription ">(» 
cents; established 1890; R. W. Grinlon, edi- 
tor and iiublisln'i-. 

WII,1, (O. HORSEMAN; monthly; 
livestock: sixteen pages 11x16; subscription 
50 cents; established 1889; S. W. Simons, 
editor an<l publisher. 

JONESBORO, c. h . Union Co., g 

1,250+ iio|>..ou -Mobile & Ohio Rd., 35 m. from 

Cairo. Fruit-growing section. 

<»AZETTE; Saturdays ; democratic: four 
pages 2'ix26: subscription $2: establlsheil 1849; 
T. F. Ronton, editor and publisher: circula- 
tion .1 2 :■::!:. 

KANKAKEE, c. li., Kankakee Co., O 
8,00(;+ pop., on four Rds. an<l Kankakee r., 
56 m. from Chicago. Has fine water power. 
Location of State Hospital for the Insane. 
A trading anil manufacturing town. 

Ti;*IES; every evening except Sunday, 
and \\'EEivLV. Wediu-sdays; republican; 
dallv four pages 15x2'2. weekly eight pages 
20x26; subscrii)tlon— daily $5.}tt, weekly $2; 
established IStW; C. P. Livingston, editor and 
publisher; circulation — dallv L 2 ^"i:. week- 
ly J 2 :!::!:. 

CJAZETTE; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages 20x26; sidwcrlptlon $2: estab- 
lished la-jl!; CharlesHcdl. editor; charlesHolt 
& Sons, publishers; circulation .1 l^.:\i. 

KANKAKEE <'0. DE.'>iOCRAT t 
Saturdays; democnitlc: eight pages 15x20; 
siibscrliitlon JL.'iO; established 1HS5; Doollttle 
& Brock, etillors and publishers; circula- 
tion K 1. 

KANSAS, l-^'ipnr Co., :> l.a-iot pop., nt 

jMiiiMloii iif liiillauapolis .% St. Louis and 
Chicago & Ohio River Rds., the shops of 
the latter being situated hen-; 101 m. W. of 
Indianapolis, Iml. A manufacturing (own. 
Surrounded by agricultural country. 

HERA LD; Saturdays; republican; eight 
panes U<x20; subscription SI. .Mi; established 
K8S: Chas. F. Vale, editor; J. E. * U. F. Vale, 
piibilshers; elrculntlon 1.2. 

J<M'RNALi Thursdays; prohibition; 
four pages ;'Ox26 ; subscription $l..'i<i; estab- 
lished IS76; I). H. Aiilt, editor and publisher; 
circiilal Imii K .'. 

KEITHSBURG. ^ff'cer Co., \j l,7.V)t 
pop, OB Chicago, DurllnKtun & (jidncy RU. 



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ILLINOIS. 



and MlKslHMlppI r., ISO m. from Springfield, j 
111!' Stiiti- ciiiiltal. In rannliiK district. 

NEWS; Tliiir8ilav8 ; K'n-<-nl>nek ; four 

SOKi'H 'Jiix3<'>: siihscrlpllon $2: i-Blnl)llsh<><l IS74: 
[. C C'lMik, filltiir anil piibllshcr; clrc'n K '.'. 

KENNEY. I>e >ri« Co.. n 627t pop.. on 
SprliiK'tI'M, Illliiol.H Central and Tcrrc 
H:int.-.t IVorla Rils-.-SSni. N.E of SprlnKlloM 
and 01 S. of Fi-orla. A farnilnK country. 

<iAZETTE I Krl.lajH; lndi-|H-nd<-nt ; four 
paKes ISx^; sulisorip'llon Sl.-Vi; fSCaldlHhi'd 
1*4): H. \V. Sollniau, t.lltor: frllillidd Kros., 
pulillshers; cln-ulatlon I.'.' :>::::: ls.sui>8 aNu 
the Atlanta .-irijiis, tin- MrL<>an L>-n.i, llie 
MInliT Si-na and tlir Wayni-svllli- Record. 

KENSINGTON. Cook Co., -J 2.500 
pop, oil till.-.- K.ls. .V Kiiliurli and part of 
ChicikKo. The rullnian Car Works and tho 
transfi-r houses and shops of the Michigan 
Central Kd. are located here. 

IIVOE PAKK Ti.ME?rt (see Chicago 

Rfciirit.t I 

?»rN ; (.nee Chicago R^corff.) 

KEWANEE, Henry ro..v^ 4.M4t pop. 
(viu.ijji), on ihlcago, Uiirllnxton & Quincy 
Rd., 32 m. from Oaleshurjf and i;H from 
Cbleago. ManufaeturinK ami eoal mining 
are the leading Industries. 

r O IT K I E It t Wednesdays; republican; 

*lKht pajs'es 15x,'"J ; subscription $I..'iO; eptah- 
ll.ihed IHTi,; T. H. Chesley, editor and pub- , 
IIsIht: circulation K i. 

IM)EPEM»ENTj ThursdavB; demo- 1 
cratio; elKht panes l.lx?.' ; subscription t2; 
establlsheil l^M ; K. H. Uassett, editor and 
publUher; circulation K 1. 

ST.4 K » Fridays; IndeiH-ndent; four paces 
15x"i'.': subs<'rii>llon $1: established l*o<; Cur- 
tis Bros., edliiirs and publishers; circula- 
tion .J IHJ*. 

KINMUNDY, Mat-ion Co., g 1.082t 
p.>l..on Illinois Central R<1., 24 m. N. E. of 
Centrallii. A farming, coalmining, stock- 
raising and fruit growluK country. 
EX Pit ESS J Fridays ; IndepiMident ; eight 
paKes l:lx2<i; subscription $1; established 
1883 ; Hlclianl K. lyiwson, editor and pub- 
lisher : circulation L2 ^^. 

KIRK'WOOD, frarreii Co., -n l.OSO 
pop., on Chicago, Burllnk'ton ft Quincy Rd.. 
7 m. from Mi>nmouth, the county s<-at. Situ- 
ated In a farminK community. 

LEAMEKi Wedne»<lays; independent: 
four pai;i-8 'J(ix2<i: subscription $I.M): estab- 
lished Itsi : H S. RiisgelLcHlltorand publisher; 
circulation K 1 :>::>:. 

KNOXVILLE, Knor Co., -a 1.72«t 
pop , on Chl.-ak'o, Biirlln»;ton * Quincy Rd., 
48 m. fmm Pi-orla. Engaged in the man 
ufnotun- of carrlaKes and windi-n k'xmIs. 

KXOX CO. KEPI'ltLK-ANi Wed 

nc^lays; republican: i-lk'ht pai.'c« I.'ixi.'; «ub 
aerlption $l.M- estaldished IHM; O. U Camp 
U-ll. e<lltor and publisher; circulation K I. 

LiACON, c. li., Mnrihall Co., c 2.024 

lH>p , .in rhlca«o A Alton Rd. and Illinois r., 

36 m. from Peoria. Has woolen and yarn 

mills and rom malt works. 

HOME JOI'KNAI, I Thursdays: re 
publican: fluhi iwiwi-* iSx?? ; «iib*<Tl|>ttnn 

*»'-•• -■■-' - •■ ' ■■ Vrti,, 

•dl' an 

edii . : for 

OhUllc<.>tlic , auotber, the li,v^:Ui€, fur La 



Rose, and another, the ChronMt, for Spar 
land. 
.lIAKSIIAI.Ii CO. DEMOCKATi 

Fridays: dcnio<'ratic: clK'ht pa^es IsxvM: sub- 
scrlpllon $l.nii: istablishcd IN;ii ; William 
U. WhIITen, editor and iiublislier; cin-'n J 2; 
isstU's iiUo llic Cllllllcollic Iiiililifxilriit. 

KltriT <;|{0\VEIt ANI) ilOKTI- 
Cri.l'l ltl>'i'| inonlhl.v: horticulture; 
ten paKcs i.vll: suliscrliillon .'X) cents; cstab- 
llshe.i |s90: K. H. McKlnn. y, editor: <ieorge 
A. BaiiKs. publisher. 

PAINTERS' JJAZETTEi monthly; 
coniiiicrclal; ten panes ixll: sul»crl|>tlon $1: 
estal>llshed 189u; George A. Bangs, editor and 
pnl>llsher. 

LADD, liureuu Co., ["] 8501 pop., on 

(lil.ak'o, BurlliikMoii ^t yiilncy Rd., 5 m. 

from SprliiK Valley. 

I'lONEEK ) Saturdays: republican; eight 
pages lsx'.'4: subscription $1 Till: eslaltilshed 
IsfW; F. S. .lohnson, eilltoraml publlslicr; cir- 
culation I. 1 . 

LA GRANGE, Cook Co., cf S.OOOf 

I pop., on Chicago, UurliiiKton & Quincy Rd., 

I 14 m. from and a suliurl> of Chicago. 

SIIilUKKAN NEWS) Saturdays; in- 
dependent : clKht pagi's iri.\22: sui>scrlptloti$l; 
established 18S4: C. A. Whitney ft Co., editors 
and |>ubllshcrs; circulation L2. 

LA HARPE, Hancock Co., -a l.ieOf 

pop., on Toledo. Peoria ft Western R<l., 20 

m. from Burlington, Iowa, and 28 from 

Keokuk, Iowa. £nKan<-d In manufacturing 

agricultural Implements. 

1>A IIARPEIC; Fridays ; Independent; 
eight panes i:tx'.:0; subscription $I.5U: estab- 
lished 15t7ii: .7. C. Coulson, editor and pub- 
lisher; clniilatlon K' I. 

LAKE FOREST, Lake Co.. cf 877 

pop., on Chicago it Northwestern Rd., 8 m. 

from Waukegan, the coimty seat. 

Elt A t (see Chicago lit-rortl.) 

II I (i II S C II O O I. J O IJ R N A L I 
nioiiliilv: e<iiiL-atioiial: sixteen pages 8x12; 
sul)scrlj)tlon."i<lcents: established 1>«2; Wm. R. 
K.viTeii. eiiltor MUil piibllslicr; circ'nK 2. 

LAKE VIEW, Cook Co., cf 40,000 

pop., on Chicago, Evanston ft I..ake Superior 

Rd. A suburb and part of Chicago. 

DE.MOCKATi (see Chicago iMke I'ifW 
Dt'iiii'friit . I 
IIK.it I'OSTIMilONi (see Chicago.) 
It KCOIt I>| iseeChlcago.i 
TUIIll NE; isce Chliago LaAu I'<fir rw- 

LAKE VILLA, /-«*« Co.. cf 77 pop., 
on Wlsi-otisln ft Central Rd., 15 ni. from 
Wauki-gan, tiie county s<>at. 
AI>VO<'.\TEi Tliursdays: |niie|x'iii|i'nt: 

four pages ISx24; subscription $1 ; estalillshed 

14S9; J. J. Burke, editor and publisher; clrca- 

lation I. I . 

LAKE ZURICH, r.'ike Co., cf 100 
p<j|i , I'll W.iukcgun ft .s lUlliweslern R«l., 
83 m. fntm Chicago. Summer resort. Ilaa 
creamery and chtn-sc and wagon fiu-torica. 
N EU'Sl (so« Chicago Reo.nl.) 

LANARK. Corroll Co., ^^ I..W)» pop., 
on ciiii'iigo. Milwaukee ft SI. Paul Rd . Wm. 
from Frp<-|>ort, rjOfrom Chicago and alKiut 
the same from Milwaiiki-.-, Wl«. A ship- 
ping |Hilnt for grain and live stock. 
(•A/.ETTKi W(>.lnesdays; republican; 

eight pages I8z2l; subscription tl.SO; Mtab- 



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ILLINOIS. 



Ushed 186">: J. E. Laird, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 2. 

C'IKCLE: monthlv; Grand Circle of 
White. Men; four pages 9x11 : established 1890; 
F. ti. Stnvcr, editor and publisher. 

LiA ROSE, Marshall Co., n 125 pop., on 

ChicaK'o i* Alton and Chicago, Santa Fe & 

California Rds., 9 ni. from Lacon, the 

county .seat. In a fanning district. 

REVEILL.E, Thursdn.vs; eight pages 
13.V22: subscription $2; established 18?2 ; 
Spencer Kllswortb, editor and publisher; 
circulation LI; an edition of the Lacon 
Home Journal. 

LA SALLE, La Salle Co., t] 12,500 
pop., on Illinois Central, Chicago, Rock 
Island & Pacific and Illinois Valle.v .& North- 
ern Rds., Illinois r. and at terminus of Illi- 
nois & Michigan Canal, 99 m. from Chicago. 
Coal In abundance m the vicinity. 
NEWS.I1ERAL.D; (see Peru,) 

TRIBUNE; every morning; Independ- 
ent; fciur pages 18x24; subscription $4.5(}; 
established 1S90. 

TWIN CITY JOURNAL; (see Ot 
tawa.) 

DEMOCRAT-PRESS; Thursdays; 
deinocr:itle; eight pages 15x22; subscription 
$2 ; established 18.56 ; E. J. Byrne, editor and 
pul)llslicr : circulation K 2. 

REPUBLICAN; Fridays; republican; 
four pages 18x24 ; subscription $1 ; established 
188.3 ; Welister & Hennessey, editors and pub- 
lishers: circulation K 1. 

TWIN CITY NEWS-HERALD; (see 
Peru Neirs-Herald.) 

LAURA, f'eoria Co., n on Chicago, 

.Santa Fc .t California Rd., 23 m. N. W. of 

Peoria, the county seat. 

BARNUM'S TELEPHONE; (see 
Princeville.) 

LAWRENCEVILLE, C. li., Law- 
rence Co.. □, 71I8+ pop., at junction of Ohio 
& Mississippi and Cairo, Vincennes & Chi- 
cago Rds. and on Embarras r., 10 m. from 
Vincennes, Ind. Manufacturing place. 
Agricultural region. 

DEMOCRATIC HERALD; Thurs 
davs ; democratic; four i)ages 20x26; sub- 
Bcrlption SI.50; established I8T2 ; Charles F. 
Brecn. eiiltor and iiutillsher; circ'n IC ^:]ti\:. 

RURAL REPUBLICAN; Fridays; 
eight pjiges i:!x20; subscription $1.50; eatab- 
llslied 1847 ; E. S. Kingsbury H. Co., editors and 
publlslicrs; I'lrculatlon 1,2. 

LEBANON, St. Clair Co., p 2,117 

pop., on Oliio & Mississippi Rd., 22 m. from 

St. IjOuIs, Mo. Seat of MeKendree College. 

Engaged In farming and coal ndnlng. 

JOURNAL; Fridays: Independent; four 
pages 15x;>2; subscription $1.50; established 
l881: W. L. Jones, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2. 

LEE, L>e Kallj Co., [^ 218 pop., on Chi- 
cago & Iowa R. K., HI m. S. W. of Sycamore, 
the county seat. Has barb wire manufact- 
ory. Au'rlonUiiral section. 
(i A Z ETT E ; (see .Shalionna Kxprcat.) 

LELAND, La Snlle Co., ^ 900 pop., on 

Chicago. Ijurllngton A Qulncy Rd., 67 m. 
from Chicago. Has drain tile and wind- 
mill manufactory. 

E.\ I'll KMS I Saturdays ; four pages l!5x22; 
subscription 91.50; established 1885; John 



ILLINOIS. 



Holmes & Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation 1.2. 

LEMONT, Cook Co., cf 4,000t pop., on 

Chicago & Alton and Chicago, Santa Fe &. 

California Rds. and Illln<iis & Michigan 

canal, 25 m. S. W. of Chicago, the county 

seat. Has extensive limestone quarries. 

WILL CO. ADVERTISER; (see Lock- 
port.) 

Jj^Ji A., Stephenson Co.,^ ],253t pop.,on 

Illinois Central Rd., 12 m. from Freeport^ 

the county seat. Grain and stock trade. 

STAR; Fridays ; Independent ; eight 
pages l:!x20: subscription .$1.50; estal)llshed 
1866 ; W. W. Lowis, editor and publisher ; cir- 
culation K 2. 

LE"WISTOWN, c. b., -n Fulton Co.y 

1,771 pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy 
and Fulton Co. Narrow Gauge Rds., 50 m. 
from Peoria and 60 from Springfield, the 
State capital. Engaged in manufacturing. 

FULTON DEMOCRAT; Thursdaysr 
independent; eight pages 15x22; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1855; W.T. Davidson, e(Il- 
tor and publisher; circulation .1 2 i'f.:^. 

LANCE; Fridays; eight pages ]3.\20: sub- 
scription .§1.25: established 1H,S9; J. Heylln, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

NEWS; Tliursdays; republican; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.50; established 
1875; Lute C. Breden, editor and publisher j 
circulation K 1. 

LEXINGTON, McLean Co., n l,200t 
pop., on Chicago & Alton Rd., 17 m. from 
Bloomlngton, the county seat. Engaged In 
tile manufacturing, horse and stock rais- 
ing and farming. 

REVIEW ; Fridays; Independent; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; established 
18^; W. H. Shepherd, editor and publisher; 
clrc\ilatiou K 1. 

LIBERTYVILLE, Lake Co., cf 550 

pop., on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. 
Paul Rd., 10 m. from Waukegan.the county 
seat. Well timbered agricultural district. 

LAKE CO. TIMES; (see Chicago 

Ri'cord. ) 

LINCOLN, c. 1)., Logan Co., a 6,126t 
pop., on Chicago & Alton, Peoria, Decatur 
& Evansville and Illinois Central Rds., 28 
m. from Springfield, the State capital, and 
157 from Chicago. Manufactui'ing town. 
Grain shipping point. Agricultural and 
coal-mining region. 

COUIilEU; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKIiV, Fridays; independ- 
ent; dally four pages 16x22, weekly eight 
pages; subscription— d.allv .<*!, weckh $1.25: 
established ilaily ls89, weekly 1s;k); Stewart 
& Elinonds, editors: Courier Co., publlsliers; 
circulation— <lally IC 1. 

NEWS; every evening except Monday: 
four pages 15x22: subscription $5: established 
1881 ; Hiiiltli \- I.awl.T, editors and puliUslu-rs; 
circulation 1.2 :}::•:. 

iIEK ALD; Thursdays ; republican : eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $2: established 
18.56; F. n. Mills, editor and i)ubllsher: circu- 
lation .T 2. 

TIMES; Thursdays: democratic; eight 
pages 15x22: subscription ,«t2: established 1873; 
T. H. Stokes, editor and publisher; ciri-ula- 
tlon .1 2 :i::l:. 

VOLKSBLATT; Fridays ; German ; In- 
depciiileiit ; eight pages 15x22 ; subscription 
$1.50; established 1874; C. E. Ivnorr, editor 
and publislier; circulation .1 I :>::!:. 



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LITCHFIELD, Montgomery Co., D 

.■>,T'.Ht poll., mi Wabash, Jat-ksonvllle South- 
eastern, Iiiitlanapolls i% St. Louis and St. 
LouIa & ChlcaK"^ Rils.,43 ni. from St. L<iul8, 
Mo. Munufaotures railway cars, machinery, 
dour, etc. Coal, natural ga.s and lubricating 
oil In the vicinity. 

HEKAI^iDi everv niornliik' except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursday.s: demo- 
cratic; dally four pa^es 18x21, weekly elKht 
pavfes l."ix',>,'; sub.scrlptlou— dallv $.'>, weekly 
Sl.SO: e.stabllshed-daily 1^90, weekly 1S.H8: K. 
P. Boulton, editor; Boulton .>t Parrott, pub- 
lisher; circulation— weekly K ■,':•::•:. 

NE\VJ<t e\'ery evcniuK except Sunday; 
independi-nt : four pnt;es 17x21: sulLScrlptlon 
$5; established 1S8T; James H. Cox, editor 
an<l publlslier; circulation K 1 ;•:. 

MONITOR) Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pa^es 15x22; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1863; S. W. KessluKcr, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J I jj::;;. 

LITTLE YORK, Warren Co., -n298t 
pop., oil (.'ciitnd Iowa ltd. and Cedar creek, 
12 m. N. X. W. of Monmouth, the county 
seat. In agricultural distrU't. 
ENSI<;X; Thursdays; eiifht panes 13x20; 
subscript Ion %\ ; established 1S85 ; W. P. Porter, 
editor and publisher; circulation L2. 

LOCKPORT, in« Co., n 4.500t pop., 
on Chicago Sc Alton and ChlcuKO, Santa Fe 
& California R<ls. and Illinois &, Michigan 
canal, 5 m. from JoUet, the county sent. 
Flour and paper mills, wire manufactories 
and KTain business. 

PIHEMX; Thursdays ;re|>ulillian: elKht 

Eages lMx'2l); subscrilitlon $1 ; estalilislieil 1875; 
eon McDonald, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1. 

WILL. CO. AI)VEIITI!^ER! Thurs 
davs;elKht panes 13x20: subscription $1.25; 
established 18TS; A. Q. Hawley, editor and 
publisher; circulation K2; editions are also 
Issued for Elwood, Frankfort Station, Le- 
niont, Mtnooka, Mokena and Plainfleld. 

LODA, Iroquois Co., O G3I pop., on 
Illinois Central Rd., 100 in. from Chicago. A 
grrain and produce market. 

RE(JISTER) Thursdays; Independent; 
four panes 2ux26: subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1872; .M.Clossen. editor; J. C.Dunham, 
publisher; clrculatlrin 1,2 ; an edition of the 
Paxton Ktixtem Ulinnis RryUter. 

TIMES; Fridays; republican; elnht 
paRes IHx2l; sul>scrlptlf>n $2: established 
18?9: Volney Weaver, editor; N. E. Stevens 
ft Son, publishers; circulation L 1 ; an edition 
of the Paxton Record. 

LONDON MILLS, Fulton Co., -a 

6i» pop., oil Central Iowa and Fulton Co 

Narrow Gauge Rds. and Spoon r.,20ni. from 

Oalesburn. Brick makiiiK. terra cotta ami 

clay sewer pipes, .\nricultural section. 

LONDON TI.MESt FrI.lays: lndep«nd- 
ent: einlit panes l:(x2U; suliM-rlption $l..'iO: es- 
tal>l|Hhe<l K-KM; o. H. S*vltzer, editor and jiuIh 
llsh.r: . iriiilatlon L2. 

LOSTANT, L<i Salle Co., ^ 378 pop., 

on IIIIdoU Central R<l.. 15 m. S. of La Salle. 

Ha.s Oour mills ami grain warehouses. 

l.iOCAI<| Saturdays; four paxes 13x30; 
subscription $1 ; eHtablished 1873; J. W. Rich- 
anlson, editor and publisher; clrc'n LI ^HHt; 
an «'<iUlon of the Tonica Nctrt. 

LOUISVILLE, c. li.. Claw Co., g 600 

p<.l.., on ()h|.. ,v Mississippi R<l. Hiiil Little 



ILLINOIS. 



Wabash r., 96 m. from St. Louis, Mo. Sur- 
rounded by farmlnn district. 

LEI)(>ER| Thursilays ; deinoeratic; 
elnlit panes 15x22; subscription $1.25; eslab- 
llslied 1868; O. C. Ga-ston, editor and pub- 
llslier; circulation K 1. 

LYONS, Cook Co., cf 1.000 pop.. 1^. in. 

from Riverside and 12i from Chicago. 
H Kit .\ LI) ; isce Chlcano Opinion.) 

McCaffrey, (Chicago p. o.) 

Cook Co., cf a suburb and part of Chicago. 
SUN ; (see Chicago Record.) 

MoHENRY, Mcnenry Co., b l,187t 

pop., oil Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 52 m. 

from Chlcano. Anrlcultural region. 

PLAINDEALERt Wednesdays; einht 
pages 18x24; subscription $l.5iP; eslabllshed 
1875; J. Van Slyke, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 2. 

MACKINAW, Tazewell Co., D 1,000 

pojp., on Indiana, BhK.mlngton & Western 
and Terre Haute & Peoria Rds. and Mack- 
inaw creek, 16 m. E. of Pekln, the county 
seat, and 20 W. of Blooniington. Manufact- 
ures Hour and agricultural implements. 

ENTERPRISE; Thursdays; Independ- 
ent; einlil jiages 13.\2(l: subscription $1: es- 
tablished IsSti: John D.Clark, editor and i>ub- 
lisher; circulation K 1 ^:i:. 

MoLEAN, McLean Co., U 650 pop., 

on Chicago & Alton Rd.. 15 m. from Bloom- 

Ington, the county seat. Shipping point for 

grain, farming and live-stock region. 

LENS) Saturdays ; independent ; four 

pages 18x21; subscription $1..50; established 

I8;9; A. M. Howell, editor: Crihflelii Bros.. 

publishers; circulation L2; Issue also the 

Atlanta Argus, the Kenney Oazettr, the 

MinliT Neii-s and the Waynesvllie Rccuril. 

MoLEANSBORO, c. h., Hamilton 

Co., 9 2,2iiO i)op., on Louisville & Nashville 
Ril., 61 m. from EvansvlUe, Ind., and 101 
from St. Louis, Mo. A well-timbered agri- 
cultural district. 

LE.XDER) Thursdays; republican ; four 

pages 1SX24 ; subscription $1 ; established 1882; 

C. M. Lyon, editor and publisher; clrc'n K 1. 

TIMESi Thursdavs; democratic; four 

pages Jlx26: subscription $1 ; established 1868; 



latli 



Campbell, editor and publisher; circtl- 
II K 2 :!:. 



MACOMB, c. h., McDonough Co., -Q 
4,04(;t pop., on Chicago, Burllnnton & Quincy 
Rd.. 58 m. from Quincy and 206 W. of Chi- 
cago. Ijocated in fire-clay region, and noted 
for pottery, sewer pipe and tile works. .\g- 
rlciiltural district. 

EA(.LE) Saturdays: democratic; four 
pages 2Jx2s ; subscription $2 ; established 1856; 
ChiiJ*. H. Whitaker, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation .1 1 . 

ILLINOIS B V. STAN HER t Wedne»- 
davs; lnde|"-iidi'nt : four pages lsx24 ; sub- 
scription $1: eslabllshed 1881; t ". C. Parker, 
etiltoraiid publisher: circulation J 1. 

J O II R N A L ; Tlnirs<luvH ; republican; 
eight panes 15x22; HUbscrlptloii $1. fl; i-stab- 
llslie<l 1855: Journal Printing Co., editors ami 
piiMNliers : circulation J 2. 

MACON, Macon Co., n l.OOOf pop., on 
Illinois Central Hd. Has wanon and tile 
factories. Stock raising the chief industry. 
MACON CO. RECOROi Thursdavs; 

indep<-ndeiit ; four pages lsx24; sul«<'rlptlun 



ITJ 



GEO. 1'. ItOWELL & GO'S 



ILLI.XOIS. 



JLLIXOIS. 



$1: estahllsli.'d 1S89; Richard Couoh. editor 
and publNhcr; clrc-ulatloii L2. 

MAHOMET, Champaign Co., D- 700 

pop. ip.ip. of townshi)) I,5U0), on Indiana, 
Bl'iiiiniiih'ton & Western Rd., 10 ni. W. of 
Champaign. Flour unit saw mills, two tile 
factories and grain eirvator. 

S-illC'KEK STATE; Saturdays: Inde- 
pendent: elfflit pages 13x'J0: subscription $1; 
estalilisheil 1879; Davidson \: Pnrnell, editors 
and pnlilisliers: circulation L "J ;|::|:^;. 

MALTA, DeKalb Co., r^ 504 pop., on 
ChicaK" & Northwestern Rd., 6 ni. from De 
Kalb and 12 from Sycamore, the county 
seat. In rarmtng district. 

iHAIIi; Thursdays; Independent; four 

pages l.i,v,tt; subscription $1,511; established 
1S^6; Tvrrell & Fay, eilltors and publishers; 
Clrc'n f. 1 ; Issue also the DeKalb /iei'iVic. 

llEC'OKDt Thurs<lays; eight pages I5x?2; 
subscriixloii .^l.rjO; established 1887; Chas. 
Siotlil.r, iilitor and i)Ubllslier; clrc'n L2. 

MANCHESTER, Scott Co., -a 400 

poji., on Cliii:ik'o & Alton Rd.,63 m. N. of St. 

Louis, Mo. lla> various manufactures. 

SCOTT CO. ARROW; Fridays; re 
publican; four pages 2ii.\.>6; subscription 
$1.50; established 1878; E. J. Pearce, editor 
and publisher; circulation Kl; Issues also 
the Whiti- Hall Kretiing Rfpublican 

MANHATTAN, Will rccfSO pop., 

on Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd., 9 ni. 
S. of Jollet, the county seat. Manufactur- 
ing and farming section. 

R EC O It I) ; Fridays ; independent ; eight 
pages; IhxZl; subscription $1; established 
l^flO; H. Mathony, editor; W. W. Stevens, 

pilhllslicr. 

MANSFIELD, Piatt Co., a 600 pop., 
on Indiana, Bloondngton & Western and 
Wabash Rds., ."52 m. E. of Bloomlngton. A 
stoi'kraislng and sldpplng point. 

EXPRESS; Fridays; Independent; eight 

pages i:)x20; RUbsiTlptlon %\ ; established 1884: 
J. W. Hllllgoss,.Mlllor: Hilllgossft House, pub- 
lishers; eireulation K ). 

MANTENO, Kanlakee Co., o 640t 

pop., on Illinois Central Ril., 10 m. from 

Kankakee, the county seat, and 27 from 

Chicago. .VgrliMiltural district. 

INDErENIIENT t Fridays; Independ- 
ent: eight pages i:!x2<i: subscription $l.2.">> 
♦•Mtabllslied isgti; F. S. Hreen, editor and pub- 
llslii-r: clri-nlatlon L2:!::!:. 

MAQUON, Knox Co., -a 646 pop., 
on Chicago, Uiirllngton & Qulncy Rd., I(> ni. 
from Ualesburg, the county seat. In farm- 
iiig country. 

lM»ErEM»ENTi wml weekly. Wed- 

ij<".'la\H anil .Salunlavs; liide|ienilent ; four 
Ii.IkI- llxlfi; HUbsiTlpllon $1 : established IK,H9; 

K 1'.. IIoNlm-er, editor an<l pulillslier; I'Ircu 
I.-.iloii 1,2. 

MARENGO, McHenry Co., ^ l,R00f 

|M>p.. on CIdcago ,% NorthwcHtern ltd., 27 m. 

frotnltockford ami Mfrom Chicago. Found- 

rIeH. flouring mlllH and nurseries. 

RRIMjniilCAN ; Frldayn ; republlenn: 
four pages lHx2l: Niibserlpllon $2: eHtabllHhe<I 
18<W; .1. H. nalxo.k, editor and publiiiher; eir 

culm loll K' I 

MARION, <•• li . WllliamMon Co., g 
l,S2<'f pop., at tttnnlnuii of St. Louis, Alton ft 



I Terre Haute Rd., 172 m. from Springfield, 
the State capital. Has woolen and cotton 

' mills. In agricultural section. 

E <; Y I' T I A N PRESS; Thursdays ; 



S! 



emoeratic; four pages 2iix26: subscriptfon 
1; established 187'); Kgyptlan Press Printing 



!o., editors and publi.shers; circulation K I 
I<EAI)E1{; Thursdays; republican; 
eight p.iges 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1871: J. P. C.ipland, editor and pub- 
llsher; ciri-ulallon K 1 ;|;:|:. 

MARISSA, St. Clair Co., p SOOf pop., 
on St. Louis, Alton & Terre Haute Rd. 
A banking town and a jilace of consider- 
able trade. In farming country. 

I»I E S S E X <; E R ; Fridays : fi iiir pages 
18X-20; subs<Tiption Si; established 1S87; R. S. 
Coulter, editor and publisher; clrc'n L2. 

MAROA. Afacon Co., a 956 pop., at 
junction of Illinois Central and Terre Haute 
& Peoria Rds., 13 m. N. of Decatur,the county 
seat. In an agricultural region. 

NEWS; Fridays; Independent; eight 
pages l.')X'22; subscription 81.50: established 
1871 ; J. W. & A. M. Dill, editors and publishers; 
circulation Iv 1. 

TIDIES; Saturdays; deinoerallc; eight 
pages l5x'22; subscription $I.'25: established 
IHSii; Times Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation K 1 

MARSEILLES, La Salle Co., a 2,'r.Ot 
pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 
8 m. from Ottawa, the county seat. A manu- 
facturing place, with banking facilities, etc. 
H.is water power. 

NEWS; Thursdays; eight pages 20x26; sub- 
scription $\.:*>\ est;iblislied 1885: H. D. Os- 
good, eilitor and jnibllsher; circulation L2. 

PI.AINOE.VI.EK; Fridays; four pages 
13x20; sidjscrlidion r>0 cents; established 1876; 
Terrv Simmons, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation 1.2 :i::i^ 

I RE<;iSTER ; Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages li'ix^.': subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1K7U; Albert L. Stoue, editor and pub- 
lisher: eireulation L2. 

MARSHALL, o. h., Clark Co.. o 
1,'>»| pop., on Terre Haute & Indianapolis 
and Cairo, VIncennes & Chicago Rds., IS ni. 
from Terre Haute, Ind. lu farndng and 
stock-raising section. 

EASTERN II.MNOISAN; seml- 
weeklv, Weilnesdajs and SaliirdayH: demo- 
cratic: four pages 17x24; suliscriptlon $3; 
estatilishcd IH".:!; Heiij. U. Whitehead, editor 
anil piilillslier; circulation K 1. 

ACOItN ; Wednesdays; labor; eight pages 
I3x'20: subscription fl: established 1><S1; J.J. 
Sewcll, eilllor and iiublislii-r: eirc'ii lv2H:*. 

CKAKKCO. IIEItAM>fW..liiesilays: 

rejiubllean; eight pages irix22; subscription 

$2; eslablNlied IsiM ; L. S. Klllxirn & Son. 

j editors and imbllshers; eirc'ii K 1; an edition 

i entitled the Hxiinim Is Issued for Martinsville. 

;>I ESS E N (J E R I Wediii'sdays ; demo. 

cratic: eight pages l.'.xj','; sulisiTlptlon $1.50; 

eslablisheil Hl'v'i ; ('has. W. I.iltlctleld, editor 

and pulillsliir : ilri'iiliit Imi K 1. 

MARTINSVILLE,(V«rX- Co..c>1.200t 
pop., on Terre Haute & Indlannpolls Rd., 
2<J m. from Terre Haute, Ind. Has grist 
mill and furniture factory. 

ENTER Pit ISE; ThurHdayH; Indepeml- 
ent : elglit pages 13x20: Hubscrlpl Ion $l..^ll; es- 
tablished IHSl : Ward ,t Kelly, edllors and pilb- 
IIhIhth; ilri-nlallofi I. i . 

E.VPItKSSi Wednesdays; n|)Ubllcan: 
eight pages irix22; subscription $2:eHlabllHhe<l 
IftlD; Orrlo L. Kllboni, otfltor and publisher; 



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olrculiktion T. 1 : nil inIUIoii of (lie Marshall 
CUtrk < 'o. H, nilii. 

I'IjANET ; Tliurwliiys: ilciniicrallc ; fmir 
txiKfi '.'ux'.tti: .suliMTliillon $1.50; CHlitlillshcU 
l"*!; K. W. Aiiu-y, i-tlltor niul i>iilill(ilior ; clr 
milail'^ii I. ■,' :!::■:. 

MASCOUTAH. >>•'• Clair Co.. p 3.200 

pup., (Ill I^iiiImvIIIi' \ Niishvlllo H<l., 35 in. 

from St. I.<>uls, M<>. }<!i.s lloiir iiitlU. In 

fanning •ll'.trlrt. 

DEK AN/.EI(^EI{| KrUlavs; Gi-rnian: 
republican ; rinirpiiK'i'!*ai'x;>'>; Niitiscriiitton C2 



ILLINOIS. 



fstaliilslietl 1S7K :~ John Wlrikli-r. edltur and . 
publlHlier: clrfiilatlon K 1. 

IIKKA I. II; riiur»lnys:<l<'ino('ra(l<': olRht 
pages l'>xV-'; subscrlpllun $1..10; o.Htahlljthetl 
1«Q; Carl MoiitaK. «'«>ltor anil publisher; clr- I 
culatlon K 1. I 

MASON CITY. -V</».>« Co., n l.TU 

V*"'!' , oil t'liUMK" ■* Alton anil IUImoI.s Cell 
tral R«l8., 30 in. from Havana, the eounty 
sent, ami •10 N. of SprliiKllelil, the State cap- 
ital. Kn^HRed In agricultural pursuits. 

IXnEPENDENT I Fridays ; In.lepenil- 
ent; four pnues laxjii; subscription $1.50 ; es- 
tabllslii'il \'^u: Kutli \ Koacfi, editors and 
publlslierr-; eirculallon J 1. 

MATTOON/'«/M Co., D^6,829t pop.,on 
Indianapolis A St. Louis R<l., nt Intersection 
of nilnolg Central and Peoria, Decatur & 
Evansvillc Rds., 66 in. from Terre Haute, 
Ind..and ITJfroin ChlcoKO. Acorn-jfrowlng 
andshlpphiK point. A coal mine Is operated. 
JOI'K\.4 III every moriiliiK<-.\c<'pt .Satur- 
day <in<l SiMiilny, and WEEKKY, Satur- 
davs : republican: dally four panes 17.v2l, 
weeklv i-lKhl pUKes 15x22: subscription— dallv 
$5, weeklv $1 .'<»; i'stnhlNhi'd~<lallv 1S73, wimIc 
Iv 1H«V>: \V. K. Hurilll. t-dllor and publisher: 
circulation— <lallv l,.'. wc-kly K 1. 

CO.M.M EKC I A 1. 1 Thursdays, and SUN- 
DAY (■«.■>! MEKCI A I,. Sundays: demo- 
cratic: eltflit paifi-s 1,'ix-','; subscription -week- 
ly |C2. Ku: ' : establlslH-d -weeklv IHTO, 

Siindav . ' SumiTlln. editor and pub 

lUher:'. ; -w.eklv .1 l.Suinlav K 1. 

(lAZETTEi Krlda>s:"rrpiibllcan:" .-iKht 
paces 15x2;': sulisfrlpilon 9I.rii): established 
fsrt: C. U. H.-ek. editor; C. U. Host wick & Co., 
publishers : clreulailon K 2. 
8TA K; s:itiir<l'ivs: demo<-rallc: four 

{lOffes l.''V lion jil..'iO: established 

89^; Job . I'llltor: CiinnlnKham 

*Co.,iaii . ulatlon J 1 :ic:):. 

»I:NI)AV C'U.«I.>IEKC'IAL. (see Com- 
mfrcOil.i 

MAY WOOD, <ook Co.. rf l.OOO ^op.. 

oil rhi. .!«:■' \ Northwesteru Rd., 10 m. from 

Cblcaffo, the county H4>al. 

NKWHt (see ChlciiRo Rrenrtl.^ 

PROVISO VlMUCATOKi Sniur 
dnv«- .-iilr'-ii- pnrtv : .-Ifht iiui.-i-s 17x24: sul>- 

' ■ ■ im Hal- 

n t. 1 ; 

■ IKlvir 

KoF' -• till' AiikIIii I'ttuHroliir, 

the • .Sirlt Vitulii-iUor and the 

Onk ' - 

K i I < i - I I !>' ' ndent: 

riKli ibllshed 

ls>r. I-a-i. II Clreu- 

Intlon I, 1 : I irk Rf- 

;.orf*-r. firi'l ' li I:. : . 

MECHANICSBURO. .'Sangamon 

Co., : 51i |"ip.. I'l m. fc. of SprlnKlleld, thi- 
St«(e caiiltal and county MnL Mnnufnct- 
urea drain tlln and bricks, and hiui flourlnK 
mill*. Aitrtcnltural and utock rnlxtng. 
TIM EM I Fridays ; Indeix-ndent : four 
page* |sx2t; •iil*rrtpilon $1, entabltshrd inM; 



Oeo.W. Piimphrey, editor and publisher: cir- 
culation L'l. 

MELROSE, Clark Co., o W pop., 

;j III. fioiii Mar-hall, the county seat. Has 

K'rist and saw mills. 

PKOVISO VIM>ltATOK| (see May- 
wood. I 
Ti >i ESt (see Chicago Record.) 

MENDON, -i'/'jni« Co., -a Oi^f pop. 

(pop. of luwnslilp 1,7(0), on Chicago, Uiir- 

lington & Quinoy Rd.. 16 in. from Quincy, 

the eounty scat. Shipping point for hogs, 

cattle and Krnin. Agricultural district. 

DISPATCH; Wedm-silays; independ- 
ent; I'lk'hl paKes 13x'Ai; siib.scrlpllon $1.25: 
established 1S7!^; \V. H. Mclntyre, editor and 
publisher: clrcuiollon K I :}::•::•:. 

MENDOTA, Tai Salle Co.. i^ 4,050 pop., 
on Illinois Central, at Intersection of Chi 
cago, BurllnKton & Qulncy Rds., S5 m. from 
Chicago. Ha.s orKan factory, foundry, flour 
mills, gas works, carriage and other manu- 
factories. 

11 U Ij Ij E T I X I Saturdays; republican; 
elk'ht pnk'i'S Ux24; subscription $l.Sii; estab- 
lished 1'^i2: Murk RukkIcs, editor and |iub- 
llslier: firciilatioii .1 1 :-::i:. 

POST; Saturdays: (ierman; Indepetulent- 
democratle; four pages 18x24: subscrliitlon 
$l..Vi: established 1879: Otto F. Kles.lbaoh, 
editor .'ind publisher: clreuiatliui K2:5:4::i:; 
issues also the li. porter. 

KEPOKTEK; Saturdays: ileimx^ratlc; 
four pages 20x26: subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1878; Otto P. Kieselbach, editor and 
publisher; circulation J 1 :!::(::!:; issues also 
the A>»f. 

MEREDOSIA, Morgan Co.. C 700 
l».p., on Wal.ash, St. Ixjuls & Pnelflc Rd, 
and on W. bank of the Illinois r, iS8 m. W 
of Sprlngfleld. Manufactures flour and 
lumber. 
NEWS; Thursdays: lnde|>endent; eight 

pak:es 1.3x20: sultscriptlon $1.25; established 

ls'.«i; Hedenberg & Stinson, editors and pub- 

lisli.-rs. 

MET AMOR A, c. h., ITooc^ord Co.. a 
828 pop., on Chicago * Alton IVl., 30 m. from 
Blixmilmrton. Manufacturing town. 
j IIEit.4l.,D; Kriilavs: farmers' alliaiii-e; 
eight pages 15x22; siifjscrlutlon $1.50; estab- 
lished 1S90; A. L. Herefor<l, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
WOODFORD 8ENTIMT ; ' ' v«; 
1 di-niocratlc; I'Inht paK'S 15.\ n 

$I.ri<i; .-stalilish.-il 1SM;H. C i 'id 

piiblislier: circulation L3: • iio 

Wnshbum .'irntinel. 

METROPOLIS CITY, c. li., Maa- 

ft. ' ■'.. . t.j") pop., on Ohio r., 40 m. from 

Cairo. A manufacturing town. 

DF>I<»<I{ *T : Tio—i-- I ^--t(p; 

four b- 

lloh' 1 I). 

8l<-".iri .\ I ■■.. !■ .1 K ;. 

>IASSAC JOI i; \ \ I vs: re- 

j.ni.ii.'M. r.iir,.,^-. , ;. II $l.rO; 

.rlies,cdltoni and 



I ; I I • I ill II \ N 



'•iltuf« iiiel puI'llKliert. 



'II- 

>►- 
ill. 



MILFORD, IroquoU C<».,r> 1,100 pop., 
on Oitrago /I. EasUm IlllnoU R4.. 31 m. N. of 



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Danville and 87 S. of Chicago. Wagon fact- 
ory, tile and brick works and flour mill. 

HEK.V LD; Thiirsilays: republican; eight 
pages ir>.x.J2; subscription $1.50; established 
1H76; EuK'ene L'Hote, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

IROQI OIS INDEPENDENT; 
Fridays: Independent -<leinocratlc : eight 
pages" 18.\:,'4: subscription S'iJO; established 
188y; Edwin Beard, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation L2 :■::■:. 

MILLEDGEVILLE, Carroll Co.. \2 

45','+ pop., on Chicago, Burlington & North- 
ern Rd., 15 m. N. W. of Sterling. Has flour 
mills. -Agricultural and stock raising. 

FREE PRESS; Thiusdays; Independ- 
ent: four pages 20 .\28; subscription Sl.SO; es- 
tablished 1885; George W. Dlcus, editor and 
inibllsher; circulation K 1. 

MINIER, Tazewell Co., o 667t pop., on 
Chicago & Alton and Terre Haute & Peoria 
Rds., 17 m. from Bloomington. Grain eleva- 
tors, carriage shops and tile factory. 
NEWS; Friclays; Independent; four 
pages 18.\24; subscription $1.50; established 
1875; Crllifleld Bros., editors and publishers; 
circulation L 2 ; Issue also the Atlanta Aroxs, 
the Kenney Oazette.tbe McLean Lens and the 
WaynesvlUe Record. 

MINONK, modford Co., a 2,470t 

pop., on Chicago, Santa Ke .t California and 
Illinois Central Rds., 80 m. from Blooming- 
ton. Streets lighted by electricity. Flour 
mill, coal mine and tile works. 
BLADE; Thursdays; republican; eight 
pages 1^x24; subscription $1.50: established 
1874; J. M. Fort, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2; an edition entitled the Argus Is 
issued for Benson, another entitled the //<•»•- 
aUl for Dana, another entitled the Post for 
Rutland. I 

NEWS; Fridays; independent; four [ 
pages 15.X22; subscription $1.50; established 
1878; A. R. Warren, editor and publlslicr; 
circulation K 2 ;;:; an edition dateil at Wash- 
burn Is also Issued. 

MINOOKA, Grundy Co., ^ 600 pop., 
on the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 
10 m. W. S. W. of Jollet. A Hade center. i 

WILL CO. ADVERTISER; (seel 
Lockport.) 

CIIKISTIAN MIRROR; monthly; 
methodlst episcopal; sixteen pages 8x11; es- 
tablished I'^SS; A. U. Kistler, editor and pub- , 
Uslier; circulation L2. 

MOKENA, Will Co., cf 850 pop., on 
th.> Clili-.iK'), Rock Island & Pacific Rd., 
lU m. E. of Jollet, the county seat. j 

WII. I. CO. ADVERTISER; (seel 

Lockport. I 

MOLINE, Hock liland Co., ^ ll,995t 
pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Paclllc, Chi- 
cago. Milwaukee & St. Paul, Chicago, Bur- 
lington & Quincy and Chicago, Burlington 
& Northern Rds. and Mississippi r.. 180 m. 
from Chicago. A manufacturing center. 

E V E M N « ; DISPATCH; ev.ry 
evrnliig I'Xcej't Sunday, aii<l ICKvIKW- 
DlSPATCIl, I'rlilays; repuliliciiii ; dally 
four pagcH I."ix22, .Siitiifday and weekly eight 
pancM; HuliHcrlptlon— dnily $5, wceklv $1; 
CHtMbilHhi'.l -<laily 187H, weikly IH7ii: McOlynn 
& (irooMi, fHlitorH and puliflHlierH; circ'n — 
dallv .1 J :J'.5l;:!:, weekly K I :J:*. |jr.lc<ua/ 
tliiilii tirrrii(ji' fur the iiiiiil i/cnr l,7W copiis. 

EVKMN<i JOI'RNAl, i every evening i 
except Sunday; Independent; four pages! 



20x24; subscription §5; established 18;K) ; E. 
L. Eastman, editor and publisher. 

REPI'KLIC;AN ; every evening except 
Saturday, and Sunday morning, and SE.MI- 
WEEKIjV. Tuesdays and Fridays; reiiub- 
Ucau ; four I'ages 20x24; suliscrlptlon— aally 
$5, send- weekly $1; established— dally 1883, 
semi-weekly 1879; P. R. Benson, editor and 
publisher; circulation — dally J 2 :::;;:. semi- 
week Iv K 2 :•;>;;. 

REVIEW-DISPATCH; (see Evening 
Dispatch.) 

OFFICERS' PRIVATEER; senil- 
monthlv ; eight pages 11x14; subscrl|)tlon 
$1.50; estalill-lbed ISS6; Frank Amlerson, edi- 
tor and puhllsher: circulation K I :|::i:. 

TRI CITV TRADE JOUltXAL. ; 
(see Bock Island.) 

WESTERN PLOWMAN AND 
SOUTJII AND WEST; monthlv : agri- 
cultural; twenty-eight pages 10x14; subscrip- 
tionSO cents: estal)llshed 1882; C. H. Dlbbern, 
editor; Warr & Kuhn, publishers; circula- 
tion U 1. 

MOMENCE, Kankakee Co., D- l,654t 

pop., at Intersection of Chicago & Eastern 
Illinois and Indiana, Illinois & Iowa Rds., 50 
m. S. of Chicago. In agricultural, stock- 
raising and dairying region. 

ISLAND P.VRK NEWS; Wednes- 
days; eight pages 15x22; sul)Scrliitlon $1; 
established 1887; John II. Green, editor and 
publisher: circulation L2. 

REPORTER; Fridays : republican ; 
eight pages 18x24; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1861t; S. W. Dennis, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 2. 

MONICA, Peoria Co., u 119 pop., 4 

m. from PrlncevlUe. 

BARNUM'S TELEPHONE; (see 
Princevllle.) 

MONMOUTH, c. h., Warren Co.,-€i 
6.8.37+ pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
and Central Iowa Rds., 26 m. from Missis- 
sippi r. Manufactures agricultural Imple- 
ments. The seat of Monmouth College. In 
agricultural district. 

REVIEW ; every evening except Sun- 
day, an.l SE.M I- WEEKLY, Tuesdays 
and Fridays; Independent; four pages lSx24; 
subscription — dallv A'), scml-weeklv $l.riO; 
e8tal)lished -dally lsT2, semi weekly 1855; Re- 
view Pulillshing Co., editors and publishers; 
clrc"n— daily J 1 :'::|:. seml-wcekly J 1 H":=- 

A T I> A S ; Fridays; Independent; eight 
pages 15x22: subscription $1.50; established 
1846; Atlas Publishing Co., editors and pub- 
ll.shers; circulation .1 2^:!:. 

AVARKEN CO. I>E>IO("RAT; Thurs- 
days; democratic; t'iglit paites Ifix22: sub- 
scription Sl-."'0; established 1SS7; W.O.Butler, 
editor an<l publisher; clrcnlatloi\ K 1. 

ANNEX; seinl monthlv; twenty pages 
8x11; sul)scriptlon $1 ; eslablisheil I8s7; An- 
nex Joint Stock Co.. editors and iniblishers: 
olrciilatlon K l:i::|:: a college paper; Issueil 
during the collegiate year. 

MONTICELL.O, c. li.. IHatt Co., D 
1,781+ i)op.,on Sangamon r., Illinois Central 
and Wabash Rils., nihlway between Chicago 
and St. Louts, Mo. Has patent fence works. 
machine shops, tlour mills and tile works. 
Stock-raising and corn-growing region. 
BI'LIiETIN; Fridays; ilemocrallc; four 

panes . 11. \2t>: sn|pscrl|)tlon SI-''" : eslnlillshed 

1862; Krilis .t Kaller, editors and publishers; 

circulation .1 l :]::!:. 

PIATT CO. HERALD; Wednosdays; 
repiililli'iin : four paKes '20x34: snbserlpllon 
$2: establlsheil 1H74: II. I). Peters, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2. 



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PIATT IM»KI'EM)ENT| Thurs.lavs; 
repUbllraiK vi\i\\\. paycs IfivVT.'; HUbsi-rlptlon 
41. ■,':.; t'stiibllsli.-.l ISs;-. Kulz. Hull & Miiiray, 
oUltors and piilillsht*rs: clrculallon Iv 'J :!::i:; 
1S.-IU' aKo till- Morris i\Mf. 

MORELAND, (CHICAGO P. O.) j 
Ci>ok Co., a suliurb ami part of Chicago. ( 
II Ell A liOt (sou Chicago fl<:cor</.) 

MORGAN PARK. Cook Co., j 7(iO 
p.)l.., ..II CIiIlmko, U.>ck Island & i'aolllc 
Rd. Scat of unitary College and three j 
Sftiiiiiarles. j 

K E V \. EfT<J U : > sot- ClilcaKo R,-coril. i i 
S T A N I) A II U ; Krldays; democratic; 
«lKl>t pages 16X'.::.'; subscrli>tlun $1.2-^; QHtab- 
llslied 1S-5V; V. S. MolTelt.fclltor; Errtt &Volp 
publNliiTs: clrciilatliiii I. ',' :{::};; au edition of 
thf HIiH' I-.1miiiI .s7(iii</iiii/. 

AN<;rEKA'S JOUItNALi monthly: 
sixteen uaK<'H llxl)>: gubgcriptlon *1; estali- 
llshed 1887; C. E. Walker, editor; Edward De 
AiiK'iii'ra. publisher; clrculailoii U2. 

MORRIS, o. h., Orundy Co., 6 4,272 
pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Paclflc Rd. 
anil Illinois & MU-hlKan canal, 62 ni. from 
Chicago. Depot for grain, cattle, pork, 
coal, etc Kanufacturlng brick and llrc- 
pr<M>r material a leading Industry. 
HERALaDi every morning: republican; 

<-lght pages lSx°i4: subscription $2; established 

1«3; Hayes & Fletcher, editors and pub- 

lIshiT-i: circulation .T \^. 

I*(I>T! evcrv fveiilngexcept Sunday, and 

>N'EEK \,\, thursdavs; Independent; four 

iiages I5x'22; subs<Tlptlon— <lallv §4. weekly 
11: establlslied-dally 18»H. weekly l^«); Kutz, 
Hull A .Murray, e<lltum and publishers; circu- 
lation— <lally K 1^:; Isaue also the Montlcello 
Piiitt Co. Herald. 

INDEPENDENT; Thurs.lays ; Inde- 
pt-nd<-nt ; four pa^'cs 15x?.' ; subscription 
$!.»; establlsh.d ISTS; W. M. Heed, e<lltor 
and publisher: circulation K i-^:i:. 

MORRISON, c. h., WhUeside Co., t] 
1,881 pop., on Chicago 4 Northwestern Rd., 
IM in. from Chicago. Surrounded by agri- 
cultural an"l stock-raising country. 

WHITESIDE SENTINEL; Thurs- 
days ; Inilepiiiili-iil ; four pagi-s •.'12x28; sub- 
84.-rlptlon $2; estal>llsh<'d IHil ; Charles Bent, 
o<lltor and publisher; circulation J 2 M"l<- 

MORRISONVILLE. Christian Co., 

3 841+ i>o|.., on Waba-h Rd., 12 m. from 
TaylorvUle, the county seat. A manufact- 
uring town. 

TIMES; Thursilays ; neutral : eight 
pages ISxAh HUbscrlptlon $1.30; established 
isii; S, W. Gulp, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation L2. 

MOUND CITY,c. h.. PuIomIHCo., g 

2,l.i^* l«>p..on Cairo, Vlncennes ft Chicago 
anil Illinois Central IVls. and Ohio r. 7 in. 
above Cairo. Luintiorlng. ship-) lulldlng and 
manufacturing are the leading Induttrles. 

AKf:rs..n»riiNA r.ns.-.r.iin. ir/u. ) 
ri I. \ -«K I II I >ioi It \ !■ 

den 

$ 1 . * ' 1 1 ■ ■ 1 . - ■>* ' , ' . *'» i 1 « ■ I HI I I ■ K - . 1 ■• 1 i I < . I 



Snturdavi ; 

-Tlplloll 

r, editor 



IM I \-lvT PATItlOT I 
re; 

•1 ' 

ni\ '. , -.,...■ ,.^.. 

MOUNT CARMEL. c. b.. JTabash 
Co.,'-\ S,763* pop., at Iniemeotlon of Cairo, 
VlncmmM ft Chicago and XA)alaTitl«, Erann 



vllle ft St. Louis Air Lino Hds.. on Wabash 
r., alxiut 24 m. below Vlncennes, Ind. En- 
gaged In manufactures. 

REtJiSTEK t Thursilavs; democratic; 
eight |iages l.'ix'i'.'; subscription $1.25, es- 
tablished ISW; Frank W. Havlll, editor and 
publisher; I'Iri'ulatlon .1 2. 

UEI'I'IIIJCAN I Fridays: republi- 
can ; four pagi's '.£>x2^: subscription $1.23: 
estalillshi-d IsTS ; D. E. Keen, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 1. 

MOUNT CARROLL, c. li., Car- 

roll Co., [^ 2,LW pop., on Chicago, Milwaukee 
ft St. Paul Rd., 27 m. from Freeport and 130 
from Chicago. Oood stock and grain-rais- 
ing country. 

CARROLL CO. DE.IIOCRAT; semi- 
weekly. Tuesdays and Frldavs; ilemocrallc; 
four pages IHx24; siibscrlptloii $1.50; estab- ' 
llslied Is'JO; Cal. M. Freezer, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CARROLL CO. HERALD; Fridays; 
elk'ht pages 15x22; subsiTlptlon $I.5U; estab- 
lished is;6 ; Frazer and Albrlk'ht. editors; 
Dan. It. Frazer, publisher; clnulatlon K 1. 

CARROLL CO. .MIRROR; Fridays; 
republican; four pages 2.'x2S; subscription 
$1.50; established 185s ; Thomas F. Stevens, 
editor and publisher: circulation K 2; Issues 
also till- Warren. Minn., liiaiater. 

OREAD; (luarterly, Frliruary, May, Au- 
gust and Novi-mber; thirty-two pages 9x12; 
subscription 50cents: established l»7l; F. A. 
W. Shinier and Adella C. Joy, editors and 

fiubllshers; circulation 1 2 ; u school paper; 
ssued during the school year. 

MOUNT MORRIS, Ogle Co., t 900t 
pop., on Chlruk'oft Iowa Rd., 100 m. W. of 
Chicago. Ill funning country. 

GOSPEL .MESSENGER; Tuesdays; 
baptist; sixteen pages llxli'.; subscription 
$1.51); established IS&i: II. I). Brumbaugh, edi- 
tor; Brethren's Publishing Co^ publishers; 
circulation K 2 :>::•:; dated at Mount MorrU 
and Huntlngilon. Pa. 

INDEX; Fridays; Indeprndent; four 
pages'2iix;6: subscription $1: estiiblished 1890; 
Chas. T. Codglns, editor ami puliilsher. 

SCHOOL AND HO.HEi monthly;four 

fiages 10.X14; subscription 25 cents; estab- 
ished IS.S4; J. O. Royer. editor ; J. O. Rnyer 
& Young, publishers; circuiutloii J 1:{::|:4:; a 
sell'.'.] paper; is-ue.| during the school year. 

MOUNT OLIVE, Macoupin Co., a 
2,2001 pop., on Wabash R<1. Mining region. 
HERA L D ; Saturdays; independent; 

elk'hi liases i:tx20: subscription $1.50 ; e8tat>- 

llshe.i 1S.-10; M.S. Clyde, eilftor and publisher; 

cIrcMl.itlon I. J. 

MOUNT PULASKI, Logan Co., a 

1,800 |Mip., un Illinois Ci'Dtral a'nd Peoria, 
De<-atur ft Evansrlllo Rils. Produce ship- 
ping, stock raising and coal mining. 

NEWS; Saturdays: IndeiH-udvnt -eight 
pagi-s l.'ix22; subscription $1; established 
[KfU: Linn Bi-ldlur, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation .1 1 . 

MOUNT STERLING.c. h., /iroiwi 
Co., -UI.SI5 po;>., on Wabanh Kd., 39 m. from 
Quincy and 73 fn>m Springfield. Has flour- 
ing mills. .Vgrlciiltural He.-tlon. 
HltOWN f«». UKI'f IILK \ V.Tloir». 

ib- 

ll-li' r. 
DEMO( RAT-MESSA(iE; Saiurdari; 



;.a>;i-i> -I'x *- 
fUM; W. 
lUhem; 



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ILLINOIS. 



EXAMINER ! Satunlays; Independent- 
democratic: el(;ht uaKes 1:<.\',H); siiliscrlptiou 
$1; established I^SS; Brooks & Caiiipbell, 
editors and piilillshers: circulation l^'i. 

CIIKISTI AN HELPER; monthly; 
undenominational; eljrlit pa^es 11x19; sub- 
scription 50 cents; estalilislied 189U; Rev. L. 
A. Powell, i-dltor aiKl pulillslier. 

MOUNT VERNON, c. li., Jefferson 

Co., '^ 4,Siy+ pop., on Louisville & Nashville 
and Louisville. Evansville & St. L(iuis R<ls., 
76 m. from St. Louis, Mo. Has steam Hour 
mills, woolen and saw mills and railroad 
machine shops. 

NEWS; Thursdays ; democratic ; four 
pages •,'• 1x26 ; subscription $1; established 1871; 
Grear & Baker, editors and publishers; circu- 
lation K 1. 

P R O <; R E S S I V E FARMER; 
Thursdays; agricultural; elf,'ht i)ages 15.v2"2; 
sub.scription SI ; I'stablishcd 1>\SS ; John P. 
Stelle, cilitor ; F. M. B. A. PrlntliiK Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation K2si::i:si:; or^an of the 
Farmers' Mutual Benetit Association. 

R E <>! I S T E R ; Wednesdays ; repub- 
lican: four pages 22x2'*; subscription $1.50; 
established 1884; Morris Emmerson, editor 
and publisher; circulation K 2. 

MOWEAQUA, Shelby Co., n 855t 
pop., on Illinois Central Rd., 16 m. S. of 
Decatur. Farming and stoclc -raising region. 

CALIi-MAILi ; Thursdays; democratic; 
eight pages 13x20; suljscriptlon $1; estab- 
lislied 1886 ; W. A. Steldley, editor and pub- 
Usher; circulation J 1^::;:. 

MURPHYSBORO, c. h., Jackson 

Co., g 5,0(JO+ pop., on Mobile & Ohio, St. 
Louis & Terre Haute and Grand Tower & 
Carbondale Rds. and Big Muddy r., 15 m. E. 
of Mississippi r., 8 m. from Carbondale. Coal- 
mining, fruit-growing and farming section. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages 20x26; subscription $1.50: 
established 1872; Gill & Kimball, editors and 
pulillshers: circulation K 1. 

JACKSON CO. ERA; Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pages 20x26; 8Ubscrli)tlon $1.50; 
established 1373; W. H. Hull, editor and pub- 
llsliir: circulation .1 1 ;|:;I:. 

NAPERVILLE, r>u Page Co.. d" 2,500 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Rd. 
and Du Page r., 30m. from Chicago. Several 
manufactories. Agricultural country. 

CLARION; Wednesdays; neutral; four 
pages 211x26; subscription SL-V); established 
18«:'; D. B. Glvler, editor an<l i)ubllsher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

IIO.>IE NEWS; (see Chicago TJecorrf.) 
NOICTII WESTERN COMiECJE ! 
CHRONICLE; monthly; literary; twenty 
pages ^ixll ; subscription 75 cents; established 
187«; H. C. Schluter, editor; J. A. Hertel. pub- 
lisher; Issued during the collegiate year. 

NASHVILLE, c. li.. }F<uhinglon Co., 

t; 2,06iH pop., on Lr>ulsvllle & Nashville 
Ril., 50 HI. from St. I>iuls, Mo., and 120 from 
Springfield. Surrounded by prairie. 

DEMOCRAT; Fridays; democratic; 
four paKfH 20x26; subscription $1.50; estab- 
llsheif iS^irt; .Tiis. .J. Andi-rson, editor and pub- 
lisher; clrculaf loll K I. 

ILLINOIS VOIiKSIlLATT; FrI 
days; (iernuin; republican ; four pages 20x26; 
iiubs<Tlptlon $1.50; establlHhed I8i6: Herman 
Ulrkiii, I'dltor; Kmll Sclimlilt, publisher; 
clreiilntlon k'2; Issues also the jour;ia/. 

JOI'RNAI^; Fridays; rejiulillcan: four 
pages 20x26; subsorlptloii $1.50; eslitbllsht-d 
UST; Henrv S<'hml<lt, editor; Kmll Schmidt, 



publisher; circulation K2; issues also the 
Illinois VdHshldtt. 

POST; Frlilavs; German; eight pages 
17.\22; subscrii)tlon $:!; established 1887; Dr. 
H. D. Schmidt, editor; H. D. Schmidt & Son, 
publishers; i-lrculatlon L2. 

NAUVOO, Hancock Co., -n l.SSlt pop., 
on Ml.ssl.ssippI r., at head of lower rapids, 
8 m. below Fort Madison, la., and 12 above 
Keokuk. Grape culture and farming. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays: independ- 
ent; eight pages 20x26; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1873 ; Baumert Bros., eclitors and pub- 
lishers: circulation K 1 :!;;!:. 

Ri:STLER: Tuesdays: four pages 20xa".; 
subscription Sl.">i'; established ISlKi; Argast 
& Bossier, editors and publishers. 

NEOGA, Cumberland Co., a- 647 pop., 
at crossing of Illinois Central and Toledo, 
St. Louis & Kansas City Rds., 12 m. from 
Mattoon. Hay pressing and shipping of 
live stock are the leading Industries. 

N E W S ; Fridays; republican; eight 
pages 13x22: subscription $1; established 
1876; T. R. Hancock, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

PROCURESS; Saturdays; independent: 
six pages l.')x22; subscription $1; established 
1889: .1. s. Grant, editor and publisher. 

NEWARK, Kendall Co., n 500 pop., 
2 m. S. of Mllllngton, on Chicago, Burling- 
ton & Qulncy Rd.. and 10 s. W. of Yorkville, 
the county seat. Rich agricultural country. 

KENDALL CO. JOURNAL; Thurs 
days; independent; eight pages l.">x22; sub- 
scription SI; established 1890; Burnham & 
Fuller, editors and imbllshers. 

NEW BREMEN, Cook Co., nf 80O 
pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd. 
JOIIK N A L ; (see Chicago liecord.) 

NEW BURNSIDE, Johnson Co., C? 
1,000 pop., on Cairo, Vlncennes & Chicago 
and St. Louis, Alton & Terre Haute Rds. 
Engaged in agricultural pursuits. 
JOlTRNAIi; (see Vienna.) 

NEWMAN, Douglas Co., D- l,083t pop., 
on Indiana, Bloomlngton & Western Rd., 54 
m. F.. of Dec-itur. Engaged in farming. 

INDEPENDENT; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription SL-W; estab- 
llsheil ISi.'i; Smith Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation L2. 

NEWS; Saturdays: Independent; six 
pages 1.")X22 ; subscription .■?!; I'stabllshcil 
1889; A. B. Hancock, editor and publisher. 

NEWTON, c. li.. .rasper Co., a, l,486t 
pop., on I'eoria, Decatur & Evansville and 
Indiana ft Illinois Southern Rds. and Em- 
barraa r. Has roller mills and tile and 
woolen factories. 

INDEPENDENT; Saturdays; Inde- 
pendent; four pages lHx24: subscription $1 ; 
estalillshecl IR'.K); Harris & Kwing, c<lltors and 
publlshirs. 

MENTOIl; Wednesdays; republican; 
eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; estab- 
llshed IH^ft: .T. E. O.Clark, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 1. 

PRESS; Wednesdays; democratic; eight 
pages l."ix22; subscription .«S1.25; established 
l8ftl ; Frank L. Shup and James W. Gibson, 
edltorsand publishers: circulation lv2:i:H<' 

NEW WINDSOR, Mercer Co. b. 
497 pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy 



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Rd. In a farming and coal-mtnlug dis- 
trict. 

;>I A I I' ; Satunlnys; n'publlcim; four 
niiK-i'8 ISx'.'ii; .siiliscrlptlon $1.50: ustitbllshed 
187.1; M. M. KowU'.v, editor and publisher; 
clrculiitlon I. ■,' ;;::!«. 

NOKOMIS. ."^rontgomery Co., n l,400t 
pop., nil la.UaniipolU & St. Luuls Rd., 16 m. 
N. E. of HUlsboro, tho founty seat, and 81 
from St. I^>ui8. Mo. An nprloiiltural rcKlon. 

DEUTSC'II-AMEKIKANEKi W.d- 
nt'silav.s; (.ifrinan: oIkIU panes l.ix'M: sub 
Rcrlptlon $1.50; estalillshfd IsnQ; Hulbcrt .t 
Wilde, editors and putillsher.';; circ'n Kl; 
Issue also the /■>•>■<• Pnss HiiZ'-ltf. 

FRKt: I'KKSS-liAZETTE ; Fridays; 
elifht pawl's i:!xJO: substTliitlon $1.50: estab- 
lished 13t8: Jlulbcrt & Wilde, editors and 
publisliers: circulation Kl; Issue also the 

/'• Kf.'ic/l- 1 I/I' ritHNlT. 

NORMAL, AfcLeanCo.. G .'),000t pop., 

on Illinois Central and Chicago .t Alton 

Rils. Has nurseries and nianufaetorles. 

AI>VOC'.\TEi Saturdays: Independent; 
elKht paues 15.\i!: subscription $1; estab 
llshed lw<7 ; J. A. Lasswell, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K "J. 

NORMAL PARK, Cook Co., cf a 

-iiliiirb ■ 'f Cliicacii. 

('OI.I,r,(;i V N ; Kce ChlcaKO Rfcord.) 

NORWOOD PARK, Cook Co.. d 
'i.OB^.*^ IMip.. on Chicais'ii iV Northwestern Rd., 
II m. from and a suburb of Chicago. 

!* E NT I N E Ij t isee Chicago Suburban 

Tiinc<. 

NUNDA, McHenry Co., b 462t pop., 

on Chicago & Northwestern Rd., 10 ni. from 

Woodstock, the county scat, and 40 from 

Chicago. Ships milk, liutterand produce to 

Chicago. Has two pickle factories. In 

farming and dairying section. 

II E K A I. I> t Fridays; neutral; four 
paKes Isx'.M; subscription $1.25; established 
1S75; I. M. Mallory. »Mltor and publisher; 
circulation .) I ;}::}::!:. t3f Actual ai-e rage for 
t hi- pint near \.\<': roj>i> s. 

OAK DALE, Washington Co., g 1.50 
pop., 10 m. from Nashviii,-, the county seat. 
F.NTF.K ritlSEi (see Chicago Record ) 

OAKLAND, Coles Co., o 1,600 pop., 
on Tcrre Haute & Peoria and Toledo, St. 
Louis & Kan.sos City R<ls.,40 m. W. of Terre 
Haute, Ind. Farming and stock raising. 

KEIIGERt Fridays: independent: eight 
pages ISx'il: subscription $1..Vp; established 
l»7s; L. T. Yeargln. editor: J. 8. * M. E. 
Yenrgln. publishers: i-lrculailon I I :je:}:. 

PI I^OT I Thursdays: republican: eight 
iiages 15x2.': subscription $1.S0: established 
I-WH; C. K. Uhler, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation K 1 :jc^. 

OAK PARK, Cook Co., ci .3,800 pop., 
on ChtcAgo ft Northwestern ami Wisconsin 
Central R<ls., S m. W. of an<l a suburb of 
Chicago, 

NKWS; (See Clilcago fl.crrl.) 
rUOVISO VINOICATORi (see May- 

irij P O K T E R I Fridnv.; cljrhf iMieo. 

17x'J4; subscrliition ?' " ' • • - 

Isaac Herr, o<lltor in 
tlon 1.2 : Issiies alS"> ' 
an<l the I'.lvr-r K-r.-l //. i.il.l. 

VINnU ATilK I .S.iiurdays: rltlien*- 
pnrty, eight page« i:x:,i4, sulioorlptlon fi; 

12 



cslablish<-d lS.s;t: Win. Ilalley, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation K 'J: issues alsotlie Aiislln 
Viiiilicdtiir, the Chicago Winl .Siile i'indicafor 
and I lie May wood Prurigo I'initiciilor. 

WEER'H CUR RENT I Mondays; 
independent: foiic pages irix22; subscription 
$1; esiablished 18^;}; K. O. Valle, e<iitor and 
pulilisher: does not insert advertisements; 
doted at Oak Park and Chicago; Issues also 
the Jnlclliiioicf. 

INTEI,I,H;ENC'E » scml- monthly ex- 
cept July ami .\iigusl: educational: sixteen 
pag<'s 11x15: subscription $1.50; established 
1><hO: F,. O. Valle, editor and publisliur; circu- 
lation I ■-':!::!:; dateil at Oak Park and Chi- 
cago; Issues also the Week's Current. 

ODELL, Livingston Co., a P39t l>op., 

on Cliiciigo & Alton Rd. 

IJAZKTTK AND REPORTER t Sat- 

unlavs; eight pages l5xJ2: suliscrlpllon $l..'iO; 
esijililisliid ISS-S; C. A. Sluck, editor and jiiib- 
llslier; circulation L'i. 

ODIN, Marion Co., p 1,000 pop., on 

Illinois Central and Olilo.^ Mississippi lids., 

6 m. W. of Salem, the county seat. 

NEWS; Thursdays; Independent: eight 
ages 15x22; subscription L.^J; established 
aiO; J. A. Selby, editor and publisher. 



OGDEN, Champmgn Co., Q 800 poji., 

on iMdlana, liloomlngton & Western Rd., 12 

m. from Urbana, the county seat. 

JOURNAL,; Thursdays; eight iiages 
ISx'i!; subscription $1; established IWi); W. 
B. Harris, editor and publisher; circ'n L 1. 

OLD HARMONY, St. Clair Co., p 

13U pop., on LoulsvlUc, KvansvlUe * St. 

Louis Rd. Agricultural country. 

<; R A N (3 E NEWS: .semimonthly; 
patrons of husbandry; eight pages 13x20; 
subscription 5U cents; establlslieil 1H76; Al- 
bert B. Ogle, editor; Grange News Publish- 
ing Co., iiubllsliers; circulation J 1 ^::j:. 

OLNEY, c. li., liichland Co., O, 3,82«t 
pop., on Ohio& Mississippi, Peoria, Decatur 
& Evansvllle and Chicago & Ohio River 
Rds,, 31 in. from VIncennes, Ind., and 117 
from St. Louis, Mo. Engaged In manufact- 
uring. A shipping point and trade center. 

AI>VOC.\TE; Fridays; <lemocratlc: eight 
pages 13x20; subscription $i..'irO; established 
18*1; A. T. Fry, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 2*:!:. 

REPrKI..ICAN I Wednesdays; repub- 
lican; four pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; 
establlshid ltM7; T. A. Frltcliey & Co., editors 
and publishers; circulation K 2. 

TIMES I Wednesdays; clemocratic: four 
pages 20x26; subscription $1.50; establlshe<l 
IS-'ifi: W. F. Beck, editor ami publisher; clrcu- 
atlofi J 1. 

ONARGA, Iro(/uoU Co., o 1,061 pop., 
on Illinois Central Rd., 85 ni. from ChlcoKo. 
In an Jigricultural district. 

CENTRAL II.I.INOIH REVIEWi 

Salurda\H: liidi'|>eiii|cnl ; four piiKin jnx26: 
subscription $\.M; establliihed ltf7i>: E. W. 
Warren, editor ami publisher; circ'n K 1. 

, KEAUERi Frldaxs; Indejicndent ; f<iur 
poffoi :jux26: subscription $1.50; eslablUhed 
l8H; J. B. Lowe, editor and publisher; clrcu- 

lUtlon 1,2. 

OQUA'WKA.c. li., IIendtr$on Co., -a 

*»'-■» i>"p . on Chicago, Burlington * (julncy 
IM. anil Mississippi r.. 1.12 m. N. W. of SpriUK- 
fleld. In nil agricultural iKN'lloii. 

HENDERSON CO. I)K.MO< RATi 

U ednewluys: democratic: four pages 18x'i4; 



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ILLINOIS. 



ILLINOIS. 



subscription $1.50; cstablUbed 18S9; F. E. 
Simpson, iMlltornnil publisher; clrc'n L2. 
HENDEKSON CO. JOI RNAL; 

Thiir>dav>; ri'puMlcan: four pages lTx24: sub- 
scrlptloii $l.riii; establlslieil 1S78; E. A. Hail, 
editor and publlslu-r; circulation .1 1 :■:;•::■:. 

SPECTATOR I Wednesdays; prohibi- 
tion; four pages lTx24; sul)Scriptlon $1.50; es- 
Cahlisheil l&W ; Harry N. Patterson, editor and 
publisher; circulation L J ;•::•:. 

ORANGEVILLE, Stephenson Co., 6 
.'«"+ pop., on Illinois Central Kd. Grist mill. 
Farming region. 

C O II K I E l{ ; Saturdays; democratic; 
eight pages la.x-'O; subscription $1; estab- 
lished l-«4; L. I. Hutchlus, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation L 1. 

OREGON, c.li., O^r/e Co., i 2,000 pop., 
on Cliicago jc Iowa and Chicago, Burlington 
& Northern Rds. and Rock r., 99 m. from 
Chicago. Engaged In manufacturing, farm- 
ing and grain raising. A summer resort. 
IN DEPEND EXT- DEMOCRAT; 
"Wednesdays; democratic; eight pages 15x22; 
subscription $1.50; established 1866; Wagoner, 
Sherer & Johnston, editors and publishers; 
circulation .11. 

OGI^E CO. LOC^AL.; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; eight pages 13x20; subscription $1; es- 
tablished ISS'.i; B. B. Benils, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 2 :•::■;; issues also the 

School Gazette. 

OGLE CO. REPORTER: Wednes- 
days; republican; eight pages 15x22; sub- 
scription S2; established 1851; T. O. Johnston, 
editor and publisher; circulation J 1. 

SCIIOOI, GAZETTE; semi-monthly; 
educational; four pages Sxll; subscription 
50 cents; established 1889; J. M. Piper and h. 
C. Page, editors; B. B. Bemls, publisher; cir- 
culation L2 ; Issues also the Oule Co. Local. 

ORION, ffenru Co., tl 750 pop., on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and Rock 
Island & Peoria Rds., 20 m. S. E. of Rock 
Island. Center of farming district. 
TIMES; Fridays; four pages lSx24; sub- 
scription S1.5(); established 1877; W. A. BoUes, i 
editor and ptibllsher; circulation K. 1. 

OTTAWA, c. h., LaSnllt Co., r^ n,.-)00t 
pop., on Chicago, Hock Island & Paelllcand 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rds., Illinois 
r., at mouth of Fox r., and Illinois & Michi- 
gan canal, 84 m. from Chicago. Glass bot- 
tles, lamp chimneys, flint, flre-brlcks, drain 
tile, pottery, tile roollng and window gla-ss 
are manufactured. Grain shipped from 
this point. In coal region. 
.KM'RN.Vlil eyery evening except Sun 
day, WKKK I. Y, Tuesdays, and SUNDAY 
•lOritN A li, Sundays; Independent; dallv 
four pages 21X2.', weekly twelve pages 16.v22, 
and Sumlayelghl pages \:<\n: subscription- 
dally 85, weekly $1. Ml; estal)lishe<l \>m: Bo»c 
H Ciildwell, ed|i.,rs and publishers : eirc'n - 
dallv .1 2:i:*, weekly .1 2 :•::•:. Sumlay .1 2 :'::!:; 
an edition of t lie dally, enlltl.d lUv TwinCity 
Jo^riiiil, Is iHHued ror I,a Salle .md Peru. 

RKPIIIIMCAN-TI.M Kf*i every even 
lUK except Hunilny, anil WKEKLY, trl 
days; republleun; ilallv four pages isx22, 
weekly eiuhl pages 1.^x2-2; suliserlntlon— 
<lally is. weekly $1.. 10; established dally 1877, 
weekly 1879; Sapp .-t Naltlnger. C'litors and 
pulillsh-rH; clrc'n dally K 1. weekly K 2. ^, 

(CENTRAL IM.lVOIS VVOCIIEN- 
llliATTi Krlcla\H; (leniuin; Inilependent- 
rei.ulMlenn; elwhl imni-n ir,x22; HUliserlptlon 
$2; ■•slubllslieij IHOH; .1. .T. Wltti-, editor ami 
iiillillMlier; eireulalloii .1 I . 

FREE TRAI»ER; Saturdayn; demo- 
cralle; .Iglit pages I.-.X22; sulwcrlptlon $1.50; 



established 1840: William Osman & Sons, 
editors and publishers; circulation J 2. 

liA SALIiE CO. IIEROLD; German; 
democratic; four pages 22x28; subscription 
$3; established 1880; C. Zwanzlg, editor and 
publisher; circulation (il; Issues also the 
Pri HI less tmtl Liberty. 

PR0(;RESS and LIHERTY; Tues- 
days; labor; four pages 2it.\26; subscrl|)tlon 
$2; established isgij; C. Zwanzlg, eilltor and 
publisher; Issues also the in Salle Co. Herald. 

SI'NDAY JOURNAL; (si-e Journai.) 

PALATINE, Cook Co., ^ 2,500t pop., 
on Chicago A Northwestern Rd., 26 m. from 
Chicago. Has flour, feed, planing and flax 
mills. In agricultural district. 

ENTERPRISE; Saturdays; Independ- 
ent-republiean; fciur pages lTx2J; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1878; W. C. Williams, 
editor and publisher; circulation K 1; an edi- 
tion entitled the Herald is Issued for Jeffer- 
son; Issues also the Arlington Heights CcoA? 
Co. Herald 

INDEPENDENT; (see Chicago Sub- 
urban Times.) 

PALESTINE, Crawrord Co., R 1,000 
po])., on Imliiina & Illinois Southern Rd., 
35 m. S. W. of Terra Haute, Ind. Has 
woolen and flour ndlls, plow factories and 
machine and car shops. Grain and live 
stock are shipped. 

ENTERPRISE: Thursdays; Independ- 
ent; four pages l."ix2i; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1885; circulation L2. 
PANA, Christian Co., □ "i.oeTt pop., on 
Illinois Central, Indianapolis & St. Lk)uIs 
and Ohio & JIlssl.sslppl Rds., 42 m. from 
Sprlugfleld, the State capital, and 95 from 
St. Louis, Mo. Surrounded by coal mines. 

P A L L .\ D I U M ; every evening, and 

WEEKLY, Saturdays; democratic; dally 
eight pages liixl'.i, weekly elglit pages 15x22; 
subscription— daily $5. weekly §1.25; estab- 
lished—daily 1S8:, weekly 1869; Jacob Swal- 
low, editor and publisher; circulation— week- 
ly K I. 

GAZETTE; Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages 13x211; subscription $1; estab- 
llslied 1865; J. O. Essick, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1 :•::■:. 

PARIS, c. h., Edgar Co.,D- 5,049t pop., 
on Indianapolis & St. Louis, Cairo, Vln- 
cenuesA Chicago and Terre Haute & Peoria 
Rds., 19 m. from Terre Haute, Ind. En- 
gagi'd In iiianufaeturlng. Trade center. 
KEACON ; every eveidng except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY. l-Vldays; reiiubllcan ; dally 
four pages l.'>x22, weekly elglit pages; sub- 
scription dallv .<'>, weekly §1.. 50; eslabllshed 
— <lally KSS, weekly 1848; Ui-o. K. Howard, 
editor and publisher; clrc"n — dally K 1 :}::!;, 
weekly I 2 :•::;:. 

REPUiIi..lCANi every morning excent 
Sunda\, and WEEKLY'. Fridays; repub 
llean; daily four pages 15x^2. weekly eight 
pages; subscription dallv $5.20. weekly $1; 
established— dally I'^SC, weekly I8ti4; Sheets & 
Colson. editors and publishers; ctrculntion— 
lallv K I, weekly .1 I. 

Wednesdays; democratic; 



iff- 



iJAZETTEi 

eight panes 15x22; suliserlptlon $1.50; estab- 
llBlied 1873; 1,. A. «). SIloalT \- Co.. editors and 
publishers; circulation .1 2*;!:^:. 

IIEKAltD: Krldnvs; deiiiooratic; eight 
pages Ifix?,'; Huliscrlpilon $1.80; established 
IsiH); Wlllick HroH,, editors and publishers. 

PATOKA, Marion Co., g 000 pop., 
on Illinois Central Kd., 13 m. f rom Centralla. 
A farnilnn country 
E N T E R PR I S E( Wednesilays; eight 

pages 15x22; subscription $l..''iO; I'siabllshed 



AMKKICAN NEW8PAPKK 1HUK(T<»KY. 



17l> 



JLUNOIS. 



1881; J. E. SinUh. e<liu>r: Joy & Tlllinuii, i>ul>- 
lIsliiTS: clroiilnttiin L'.'; Ihmuo uUo (lie Con- 
Irallii ^Vii/»iif/ aiiil Clio Samlnvnl Tiiiirn. 

PAWNEE, Sangamon Co., a r>00pop., 
on .SI. I^>iils & ChleaKo R<l., 15 m. S. of 
SprlinftlflJ. Has a tllInK factory. 
OliSEICVEICi Satiinliirs: in<l<'|«-iiil<-iit ; 
4>lRlit puKi's |.S.\'JU; .subserlptlou $1; estab- 
lished IS^: F. M. Qattou. eUltor aud pub- 
ll«h«'r; cIriMilatlon L'J. 

PAW PAW, Lee Co., ^ BSOf pop., on 
CliU'iiK'i, UuiiiiiKion & Quiiicy Ril. Luin- 
btT, grain ami coal ari> the chief products. 

II E It .V L I> ; Thiirsilays; inili-|>in<lent; 
elKlit paKcs 13.XJI): siiliscrlptlon $1.5o; estab- 
lished ISTT; C. A. Morris, c<lllur anil publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

LEE CO. TIMESt Fridays; republican; 
eiKlit paKcs l:t.\.ii: suliscriptlon $I.SO: estab- 
lished ITO; W. I. Ouflln, editor and pub- 
lisher; <-|rciilation K '.'. 

PAXTON, c. b., Ford Co., D- 8,200 

pop., on Illinois Central and Lalce Erie & 
Western Rds., 25 ni. from ChanipulKii and 
IIJ3 from Chicago. In a farming country. 

EASTERN ILLINOIS ItEtilS- 
T E K j Wednesdays: Independent-demo. 
crailc; l^our paK'es 20.\2»i: subscription $1 '*): 
estaliHshed IS7.'>; J. C. Dunham, editor anil 
puliilslier; circulation K'i: an edition en- 
titled the RfgisliT Is Issued for Loda. 

KECOKD; Thursdays; repuljlleun: elk'ht 
piiues \lxU: subscription $l.5<i: established 
ISfil; X. K. Stevens, eilltor; X. E. Stevens & 
Son. pulilishers; circulation .1 I ; an edition 
entitled the Tini>'§ la issued for Loda. 

INSTITUTE; montliiy: educational; 
twenty pak'c-s J.ta; eslal)llslied 1-*); Students 
of Rice ColleKittie Institute, editors and pnl)- 
llshers; a college pajier; issued during the 
colieKlate year. 

PAYSON, Adams Co., -3 5S0 pop., 15 

in. s. K. "f Qulnoy, the county seat. Manu- 
facturing of farm Implements Is carried on. 

An.4>IS CO. NEWS ANI> CEN- 
TRAL KECOKOEK : monthly; four 
paves isx'.M; subscription T.'icents; eslalilished 
1875; W. D. Perrv & Co., editors and pubiisli- 
ers; circulation K 1 :i:H(. 

PECATONICA, }rmnel,ago Co., [^ 
l.ii'i-* p"ii., oti (.'lileajio ,v Xorthwestern Rd., 
U m. from Rookford, the county s«'at, and 
li/T from Chicago. A stock market. An 
agricultural district. 

N E W S I " -'ivs; republican; eight 

paues 15x21; l'<n $1 .'Vi): estalillshed 

is;i; Sate L. ■ I'lor anil pul>lislior; cir- 

ouliiiloti K 1 :;::;:. 

PEKIN, c. h., Tasewell Co.. D 6.M0t 
|iop.. f>n Chicago, Santa Fe tt, California, 
Jackson, Southeastern, Peoria, De<-atur ft 
Evansville, Indiana. Blooinlngton Jt W)>*t- 
em and Peoria A Pekin Union Rds. and II- 
llnuls r., 10 ni. l>elow Peoria. Manufai-tur- 
Ing. grain and p<jrk packing an<l coal min- 
ing are the leading industries. 
EVKNIN4J PilSTi .v.rv .v. ninif except 
and KEPI lii.K AN - POST, 

■ rt't. ji.il. .7. .1 .ilv r..iir i.t^'i'S 

• lOU 



ILLINOIS. 



Sundav 

Th. 

isx 



.i. II lrv\ in, • .iiI'T; li<-i.iir,ii'-an- 
illNliers; circulation— ilally K '.', 



Ti >l Ksi 'rr-rv . V, 
an.l WKKK I.V, Tl 
four |i.i 



weekl\- «J; estalillshed-ilailv issii, weekly 
1H40; n. C. Aih-nsworth, editor; Times I'ub- 
ilshlng Co., publishers; circ'u— dally K i, 

**PE^IN'E11 FKEIE PKESSEi Thurs- 
days; Oermiin ; indrpeinlent : eight j>ageH 
l.'ixij; subserilition ^J: chtalilished \<;6; Al- 
l)ert Weis, e<lltor; Krelt- I'res.se Publishing 
Co., publishers; cln'iilalion .1 I. 

KEPi;HLICAN-l'OSTt is..e Kiening 
\I\>»I.< 

TAZKWELI, CO. TUIIllNEi Thurs- 
davs; repulilli-aii : four pa»;es lsx24: subscrip- 
tion <tl: established IssT: Wells Corey, editor; 
M. H f'.irey. publisher; circulation K 1. 

PEORIA, c. li., reoria Co., n 40,7r)8t 

pop., on tliirteen R<l.s. anil Illinois r., at the 

outlet of I'eoria Lake. Coimected with Chi- 

I cago by Michigan canal. A manufacturing 

! and commercial p<dnt. Surrounded by coal 

' mines. Grain-growing section. 

' CO.MMEKCI A Li every morning except 
. Suihlav; commercial: fouriiages l'ix"J2; sub- 
scription $1: established ls5o: Temple Print- 
ing Co., editors .Mid iiublisliers. 

DE.nOK l{.\T I ivery evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; CJer- 
man; Inilepeiideiit (Iciiiocratlc; four pages- 
dally 2<Jx2t), weekly •,'2x28: subscription— daily 
$f>.5(l, weekly $2; established I*i0; B. Cremer 
& Bros., clliorsaiid pul>llshers; circulation— 
dallv I 1 . weeklv (i 1. 

HfcllAL»:evervmornlng,an.l WEEK- 
LV. Thursiiays; democratic; eight pages 
17x24: subscription — dallv Sti, weekly $1; es- 
talillshed 1SS9: Poirla Herald Co., editors and 
i)nbllshers: circulation— <lallv G 1 ^:^:, week- 
ly H 1 :!•.:•:. 

J O II 11 N.\ Li every evening except Sun- 
day, SCNOAY JOritNAL, Sundays, 
and WEEK \.\ , Thursiiays; daily and Sun- 
day elk'lit p;iges 2ux,'6, weekly sixteen pages; 
subscription— dally #ii.r>0, Sunilay $1, weekly 
"Scents; establlsii'ed — ilaily and'Simday 1877, 
weekly l**.'): E. K. Baldwin, editor; Jimrnal 
Co., publishers; circulation— dally (» 2, Sun- 
day ri 1, weekly H 2. 

.•><)\N"E: every evi'iilnc except Sunday, 
SON\T.\(;s.<iLO<'KE, Sundays, and 
in K .SO.NNE, Thursdays; (icrnian; inde- 
pendent: four pages 2U.X26; suliscriptlon — 
daily $7, Sunday $I.5<>, weekly $I.7.'>; estab- 
ILshed— dally and weekly 1879, Sunday l.KHO; 
L. I'll. Wolf, editor and publisher: idrc'n — 
daily 1 I :!::•:. Sunday H 2:!::::, weekly II 2:J:sK. 

TKANSCKIPTj every iiiornlng except 
Sunday, and W EEK LY, Thursdays ; ro- 
puldii'an: eight pngi-s lsx2J: subscription- 
dally >.'i.2<i, weekly $1 ; estalillshed KV,; Tran- 
si'ri|it Pulillsiiliig Co.. editors and pulillsliers; 
circulation— <lally II 2, weekly U I; Issue alao 

thl- .Vnlirill Montlilu. 

n I E so N N E I (see Simnr. > 

INOISTKIAI, TltllllTNEi .Salur 
days: lalMir: four pages Isx.'l; suliscriptlon 
i $1 : established Is'JO; s. O. Buchner, edit<ir and 
publlsiier. 

NATIONAL OIISEKVEK; snt„r,i .v«; 
elk'ht pak'es llxDi; subscription ~ i)>- 

lishisl 18S2: National Ol.server i'li .i.. 

editors and jiuIiII-Im ii ii 

SATIKOA V I \ I S I M. (ALL; Sat- 
urdu\s: mhIiIv; i-i :.', sulxcrip- 

tlon $2: estalillshed Isl;. A. M. .May. e«litor 
and iiiibllshi-r: circulation li 2. 

MONNTA<;S.t;i,0«K K: ^ -^ 

S»NNTAi;s.POS'l in; 

ni'iiril r iir i.:i.->-s ;-. ■f'; 

'>Vin. J. Ill iiH, I •lllor , III ujt A 
-: ciriMiiatli'ii J 2. 

>IM).\\ .IIIIKNALi ''irnaD 

EVAN i< E L I iiionttil imgM 

inxU; siilKcriptlon 7^ e«.ni« .f!Hii4. 

Win. J S<'milir..th • 
M El> I C A I. MiiN IIM N d; 

• I \ [ \ f 'Mr I- iki- 7 ■ lb- 

•r; 
U- 



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GEO. P. ROWELL & CO'S 



ILLINOIS 



PEOTONE, Tfili Co., rf 800 pop., on 

Illlu.ds Central Rd.. 'O m. S. E. of Jolkt, the 

county seat. Manufactures Implements, 

tiles and wagons. Agricultural cnuntry. 

EAOIiE; Fridays; Independent: el^lit 
pa^es ISx'A); subscription $1; establlslied ISIM; 
F. H. Robertsons Son, editors an<l publishers. 

PERRY, Pilce Co., -n 706t pop., 6 m. 

from Grl(;gsvllle. Has carriage factories. 

In agricultural district. 

T K A X S C R I P T ; Saturdays ; inde 
pendent ; eight pages laXvHJ: subscription $1.50; 
establisheil 13S»): Nelson wilkins, eiiitor; E. E. 
Willlanison, publisher: circulation L2. 

PERU, J'" Salle Co., tl 5,057 pop., on 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rd. and 

Illinois r., at nioutli of Illinois & Michigan 

canal, 100 m. from Chicago. Coal mining Is 

the leading Industrj'. A center of trade. 

NEWS-HEKAIil) I every evening e.\-- 
cept Sunday, and TWIN-CfTY NEWS- 

IIERAKD, Wednesdays; Indenendent; 
daily four pages IHxii. weekly eight pages 
18x'^i; subscription — dally $3, weeklv S1.:")0; es- 
tal)lished— daily 18S6, weekly 18tM): H. S. Cor- 
win, editor and publisher; clrc'n— daily L'J, 
weekly .1 1 ; dated at Peru and La Salle. 

TWIN CITY JOURNAL; (see Ot 
tawa.) 

TWIX CITY NE\VS-IIERALD;(see 
Niws Heralil.) 

PETERSBURG, c. li., Menard Co., 

n 2,^()< 1)01)., i>n Clilcago & Alton, and Jack- 
sonville Southeastern, St. Louis & Paclflc 
Rds. and Sangamon r., 20 ni. N. W. of 
Springfield, the State capital. Location of 
medicinal springs. 

DE:»I<»CRAT; Saturdays; democratic; 
four iiages aOx'.'ii; subscription <1.50; estab- 
lished 18<>i: Wilkinson & Onstott. editors and 
pulillshers; circulation .1 l :•:;•:. 

OIlSERVERj Saturdays: republican: 
four pages ..'Oxjii: suliscrlptlon $1.50: estalj- 
llsh.-d isTfi: W. H. Park.s, editor an<l publisher; 
clrcul.it ion .1 I . 

PHILO, Champaign Co., o- 435 pop., on 
Wal)ash, St. Louis & Pacific Rd. Tile man- 
ufacturing and milling. 

B|;D(JET; Saturdays: four pages 13x20: 
RUhscrlptlon $1; established IsH'.i ; Ida and 
Mont Kolilnson, editors and publishers; cir- 
culation L 1 . 

PINCKNEYVIi;.LE. c h 



four pages 2ilx2i!; subscription $1.50; estab 
llHhe<r \sri(>; J. J. Penny, e<lltor and publisher; 



Perry 

fo., .; l.iKVi pop., on St. Louis, Alton & Terre 
Haute and Wabash, Chester A Western 
Rds. and Beaucoup creek, 10 m. from Du 
Quoin, and Gl from .St. Louis, Mo. Carriage, 
plow and lumber manufactories. 
I>E.M«>CRATi Krldavs; demoeratio 

circulation K 1. 

PIPER CITY. Pord ro.,D- 700t pop., 

on Ti.l.d", r.'oilii A Western Hil., 76 m. 

E. of J'eoria and '.tl from Chicago. A ship 

ping point for gniln. 

PAN-liAM>I.K AIM'OCATEi Fri- 
days; IndepciiilenI ; eight pngos 15x22: sub- 
Hcrlptloii $1.50; eHlalillHhed 1sh:|; II. P. Buach, 
editor and pulillHher; circulation K 1. 

PITTSFIELD, c. li.. Pike Co.. <j 2,500 

]>op., on Waliii'tli ltd., II Ml. from Illinois r. 

and :B from .Ineksonvlllo. 

Olil) FI<A<> I ThurNdayn; ronubllofui; 
eight pngos ISx22; subHcrlptlon $1.80; estab- ! 



I ILLiyoiS. 

I lishe<i 1863; Turner Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation ,1 2. 

I'IKE CO. IIANNER; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic: four pages 20x26: subscription $1.50; 
established ISs7; C. P. Swan, editor: Swan & 
Grimes, Dubiishcrs; circulation J I. 

PIKE CO. OEiMOCKAT; Thursdays; 
democratic: eight pages 15x22; subscrliition 
$2; established \H.u: .J. M. Bush, editor and 
pnhllshcr: circulation J 2 :■::•:. 

jPLAINFIEED, Will Co., c( lJ77t 
I po|i., on Dupage r., 8 m. from JoUet, the 

county seat, and SOfrom Chicago. Engaged 

In milling and dairying. 

EXTERPRI.se ; Thursdays; independ- 
ent; eight pages 13x20: sub.scription $1 ; 
establishe<i ISST: U.S. G. Blakely, editor and 
publisher: circulation K 2. 

WIl, I> CO. ADVERTISER; (see 
Lockpoit. I 

I PLAINVILLE, Adams Co., -a SOOf 
pop., 6 m. from Barry on Wabash Rd. Ag- 
ricultural district. 

I OBSERVER; Thursdays: ten pa^-es 
] 13x20 : subscription $1; established ls«9; 
Chubbuck A Caughlan, editors and publish- 
ers: circulation 1. l . 

PEANO, Kendall Co., ti l,826t pop., on 

Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Rd., 52 m. W. 

of Chicago. Steel and harvester works are 

located here. In an agricultural region 

KENOALIi CO. NEWS ; Thursd.iys; 
republic.tn; eight p;iges 15x22: subscrlpi Ion 
$2; established 18r2: Frank E. Marley, editor 
and publisher: circulation K 2. 

PLYMOUTH, Hancock Co., -a ."93 

pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Rd., 

40 m. from Qulncy and 221 from Chicago. 

In agricultural country. 

EXTEKPKlSE ; Fridays; four pages 
1SX2-1; subscription SI-M); established ls83; 
John M. Uunsworth, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

POLO, Ogle Co., \^ 1.900t pop., on Illi- 
nois Central Rd., at Junction with Chicago, 
Burlington & Northern Ril., 12 ni. N. of 
Dixon and 2;5 S. of Freeport. The manufact- 
ure of harvesters and buggies Is the lead- 
ing Iniliistr.v. Cattle and hogs are shlpi^ed. 
In farming district. 

V I S I T <► R ; semi weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays; Independent; four ]>ages 
15.x'22: subscription $1.25; established IftHl ; F. 
J. Crawford, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion K 1 :'::!:. 

0<;iiE CO. PRESS; Saturdays; iTi.le- 
pendcnt lepuhllcan; eight pages l.")X?2; sub- 
scription Sl.fiO: eslabllshetl 18.58; J. W. 
Clinton, eilltor and publisher: ciro'n .1 I :{::):. 

PONTIAC, c. li., Livingston Co., a 
3,'2irtt pop., on Chicago & Alton, Illinois 
Central ami Wabash K<ls. and Little Ver 
milion r , UI m.S. W. of Chicago. Corn and 
hog district. Coal Is nUned ii\ tin- vicinity. 

FREETKAMEIt AM> OltSEItVEIC; 

Friilays: democratic: eight pages I5x.*2: sub- 
scription $l.riii; established 1870: Johnson ^ 
Konoe, I (litors and j)Ubllshers; idrc'n ,1 1. 

li E A O E I{ I ThursdayH: lndei)endent; 
elghl paves I.'>x2'2; subscription $1.50: ostab- 
llslied lHs:i: joim S. Saul, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 2 :!::[::}:. 

SENTlNEIi ; Fridays; r.'puldlcan: eight 
pages l.'ix2:i: subscription $l.5<i: cstabllshcil 
1*57; Ixiwry /^ ('lark, editors and publlshem; 
circulation .1 1 :}:. 



.\MKUirAN NEWSI'AI'KU DIUKCTOUV. 



IMl 



ILUXOJS. 



!^('IIOOIi NEWS) II tlily: caiiuatlon 

al: fourteen i<aK>-> <'X'J: Hiilihcrlpllon HUcciitH; 
eHlalilltilKil 1S^5; H. A. Ku8tt*r, e<llt<>ruii(l pub- 
llslier. 

PORT BYRON, 'lock island Co., ^ 
l.tai |>.>|i . ..iit,'MicMK''>. Mllwftiiki-c & St. Paul 
Ril nnit MlHslHslppl r., 13 in. from Rock 
Isiiind, tho c'ouiily si-iit. Produces Uine, 
liiinber und live stock. 

<>lj(MIEi Siiturilnys: Indcptwidcnt; four 
pil>;c.i '.Mx'.'b; sulisorlptlini SI.."* ; i'>lal)llslied 
1*41; S. \V. Oil.ll. .dllor; UfWIlt C. Owi-n, 
puli.Uhi'i' ; circulation K.'i. 

POTOMAC, Vermilion Co., o 7Ut 

p 'p.. on Illinois Central Kd., 23 in. from 

D.mvllle, tho county seat. 

K USTLEKl Satunlays; indcpendeot; 
sixteen pa^es UxH'i: subscription $1; cstab- 
Ilslii'l Isv.i; fyke .S: Craytoii, editors and 
piiM. fliers, clivulallon L'J. , 

PRAIRIE CITY, AfcDonough Co.. 
■G ''."'.t |>op.. on Chicago, UurlliiKton & Quin- 
cy ltd., 41 in. S. E. of Oalesbur^' and To from 
Qumcy. KuKiiKod in manufacturing. In I 
EKrlcultural country. • ' 

II E it A L n I Saturdavs: four pa^es 
ISx.'.': suhscrlutlon Sl.SU; established 188:]; 
WIN .n .V Lewis, editors and publishers; clr- i 
culuiloii I.J. 
NEWS I Thursilavs; teinperanco ; clKht 
aKes laxii; subscriptions!: e>tal>llshe<l IS'-".;; 
[. U. MIMer. editor and publisher; circula 
t|.)i. I, ,'. 

PRINCETON, c. h., Bureau Co., ^ 
♦.490+ (xip-, on ChlcaKO, BurlUiKton & Quincy 
R«l., 100 in. from ChlcaKo. Some manufact- 
urlnK done here. Coal In abundance. In 
aK'rlcultural district. 

Ht'KEAr CO. NEW.Si Tuesdays ; In- ' 

dependent; f<iur |)aKes ^.'x'is ; subscription 
♦ l.-'iO; established ISSl ; Jacob Miller, eiJltor; 
News Puliltslilii^' Co., publishers ; circ'li K 2. 

R17KEAIJ CO. KEIM; KLICAN I 

Thursiiays; reiiublican ; elxlit panes 15x22: 
subscription $2; established ISSS; Bailey & ; 
Ba.scoiii. editors anil publishers; circula- i 
tli.n M .'. 

BTKEAU CO. TKIIIUNEi Fridays: 
dem-KTatlc ; eiulit panes l.'iX22; HUl>Herlptli>n 
♦2: esialilishe<l 1872; E. K. .Men-er, editor and 
publisher ; circulation J 2 :j:H5. 

PRINCEVILLE, I'eoria Co.. G 1,000 

ix'P . "11 ('111. atfo, Siiiita Ke .V California und I 
K<H.'k IslancI .& Peoria R«l8., 20 m. from ! 
Peoria, the county seat. Agriculture the 
chief pursuit. I 

BARNU.M'S TELEPHONE I Fri 

days; liideiM-iidciit ; four paK*** 20x26; RUb- 

(MTlptl'.n $1.25; established 18s3; Jos<-ph 8. 

'■ . e<lltor and publisher: <-lre'n Kl; 

ire Issued for Alta, Dunlap, Laura 

■n. 



ILLINOIS. 



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PROPHETSTOWN, MrMte$idt 

Co., _i l,7ie t»<>p.. on ChlciiKo, RurllnKtonft 

Quiney R.I. and R<jck r, midway lM>twoen 

Dixon and R<iclc bland. Has vaiioiu 

maniifnctorli^H. 

HPIKEi Saturday*; m-utrai; four pases 

Ixxil; stit»H.rlpl|i.n t\U): entabllshtxl I'd; 

Mr». S M.rjr.-<>tie,iH|Uor; H. P. .1 S. X. OrisMie, 

publishers ; cirrulnllon K I. 

PUIXM AN. rook Co.. J 7.000 pop , on 
lUlnoU Central, I>>ui*vlllo. New Albany Jt 



Chicago R<|g. A suburb and part of Chi- 
cago. The Pullman car shops are here. 
I JOI'K \.\ 1. 1 isee ChlcaKO ll.oord ) 

K E V I E \V I .Siiturda\s: liidependoiit : 
elnht panes l.')x22; siibscrliitlon $i; estab- 
llshi'd I8s;i: W. H. .MansMeld, editor ami pub- 
IIhIiit: edIlloiiM, same title, are Issued for 
(laiKi. Oraiid Crossing, Hoselaiid and Tliirty 
/"iirfli H'diil ]UvU'w for Chicugo. 

QUINCY, c. h., Adams Co., <] .{1,4781 
1 pop., terminus of eight Kiis. and on Missla- 
I slppl r., ISO III. above St. Louis, Mo. Engaged 
I In rivertrade. Considerable manufacturing 
I carried on. Anrlcultiiral district. 

(iEK.II A N I A I ••very evening except 
Sunday, aim WEEKLY. Thursdays: Oer- 
nian ; independent. denxxTatic ; dal'lv four 
pages 211x2''., weeklv six panes 22x2^: Huliscrip- 
I tloii— dally $i;, we"..kly $2: islabllslied 1874; 
ttennanla I'riiilliig and Piililisliinn Co., pub- 
I Ushers: clrciiatlou— dally .1 1. weekly .1 2. 
! IIEI<AI<l>| every morning except Sun- 
tlay and Monday, srNi>.\V IIEKAM), 
Sundays, and W'EEKI.Y, Krld.ivs ; demo- 
cratic: daily and weeklv elglil p.ines \:ixZi, 
Sunday twelve pages; suliscrlptlon— ilally $8, 
Sunday $2. weekly $1 ; established— ilaily ami 
weekly 1S35: \V. H. HInrlclisen, editor, 
(Quincy Herald Cf>., publishers; circula- 
tion— <laily I 2, Sunilay 12. weekly <• I. 

J O r K N A It ; every evening except 
Sundav : Independent; four panes 22xi4; 
subscription $.'.20; established IssH; H. N* 
Wlieelcr. editor; Journal Pulilisliing Co., 
publishers; circulation II 2. 

WH14«! every morning except Monday, 
and \VEEKI.iY, Thursdays; republican: 
einht panes l.'ix22, Sundiiy twelve piines: 
suiisi'ripllon— ilailv $S. weekly $1 ; establislietl 
— <lally 18.V2, weekly laTT ; D." F. Wilcox, .-dl- 
tor; Daniel Wlli-ox .t Sons, publishers; clr 
culatlon— dally I 2. weekly it I. 

ENTEKI'KISEt Saturdays; Independ- 
ent; eight pages I.'ix22: subscription $1; 
eslal.llsh<d 1H;« ; H. H. Reckmeyer & Co., 
editors and publishers: circulation 1 i ^J;:^. 

FAKMEKS' CAI.I..J Thursdays ; agri- 
cultural ; sixteen pages sxIM: subsi-riptlon 
SOcents ; establishi-d is;;t: J. M. Stahl .V Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation 1> 1 :•;*. 

JOUKN.ALOK INOrSTKVi Thurs- 
(lavs; Imlepeiidcnt ; four panes ISx2l: sub- 
scription $1.25 ; esijibiished |ss,'i;Frts| P.Tay- 
lor, eilltor uikI publisher; circulation K 2 H<:^; 
an ornan of the Kninhts of Ljilsir. 

PATRIOTi Fridays; prohibition; four 

EageslSx'i.': subscription SI : esiiil.n«hed 1*<S; 
uclen Cover, editor and publlsln-r: circu- 
lation .1 2 *^:. 

I'OSTt Saturdays; Oerinan; liidepemlent; 
eight p.mes 17x2:i: subscription $2; estab- 
lished IKWt: A. WuKT. iKlltor and i.iibllslier. 

S A T r R I» A V R E V 1 E \V i Salur 
days ; elnht pages Ifix'.^'; siibscrlpllcn $123; 
established 1872; A.ldisoii L. U'iiin<i<'n. editor 
and piibilslier; circulation II 1; a railroad 
e<lliloii Is Ihsiii.<I on Frl.lavs. 

SirNOAV ilEICAM>t (*>f' If'-rald ) 

SrNOAY OI'TK'i Sundayii; s.K-ietT; 
••inht p.iges ISxi.': HUbscrlpllon $■,' ; i-si«|>. 
IIhIk-.I 18s',; Julia D. Prati, ■•.lltor and pub- 
lisher; circulation J 2. 

CIIADIMICK .MONTIII.Vi l».Ko 
I ■ \ 



pBjHT: Issued .Hirliin the 
W E H T E R N 



.llfnlate \ eiir 
AORICri.TI RIST 
A N l» MVE STOCK JOIUNAl.i 

nionthlv; live Mtiwk ; f.irt% p.ims 'x 2 siib- 
ftiTlptlon $1.10 established ISAi. T. Dulter- 
wi>rth. «Hllior: Western Agrlrulturlal Co., 
pulilUheni: eireulndon E 2. 

RAMSEY. Fftyrlle Co.. C? 70o» |>op., nt 
Jiiiici|.>ii ,,( Illinois Central and Tnlrdo, 



182 



GEO. P. HOWELL Jc CO'S 



ILLINOIS. 



ILLINOIS. 



St. Louis ft Kansas City Rds., 70 in. from St. 

L><>uis, Mo. FiirmliiK country. 

IM)EPKNI)ENT; Krldnya; Independ- 
ent: clKlit piik't'S 13x..>0: suljsiTlptloii $1.2.'i: 
establls)ii-il ifi'-'.t; K .M. Bolt, iMlltor and puti- 
llslier: clroulatlou L 2 :}::•:; Issut-s also the 
Eureka Prognaa. | 

RANKIN, rermtVion Co., D- 350 pop.,' 
"U I.aki- Krlc .t Western Rd., 10 in. from 
Paxton. Has a tile factory and creamery. , 
Farmlnur section. 

KGVEILLE; Saturdays; Independent; 

eight paues 13.x2ii: snbsorlpllon $1; eslab- 
llshi-d 18^7 ; Joseph F. Mettler, editor and , 
publisher: circulation L2. [ 

RANTOUL, CTuimpaign Co., D- l,200t ' 
pop., on Illinois Central Ril., 114 ni. S. of 
Chicago. Has machine shop, round house, 
flax mills, tile manufactory, elevator and j 
creamery. I 

PRESS; Fridays; Independent-republl- { 
can: eight pages 15x2",': subscription $1.50; 
established 1873; F. E. PInkerton, editor and 
publisher; circulation K 2 :!::!;. 

METHOIUST KErOIlTEUs month- 
ly; methodist; four piiges ll.\15: subscrip 
tlon 25 cents; established IsStf; Rev. C. B. 
Taylor, editor and publisher. 

RARITAN, Henderson Co., -n 23.5 
pop., II m. from Rosevllle. Farming sec- 
tion. ! 
R E 1* O II T E It ; Thursdays ; Independ- 
ent; four pages 15.\22: subscription 81.50; 
established 1S84; Edw'd O. Barnes, editor and 
publisher; clrciiljitlcni 1.2. i 

RAVENSWOOD, Cook Co.. cf 800 1 
pop., on Chicago & Northwestern Rd. A 
suburb anil part of Chicago. Has various 
manufactories. 

CIHRCH RECORU; Satur.lays; un 
sectarliin: eight pages 11 xlfi; subscrlplionSI ; 
established iss9; J. B. Lucas, U.D., editor: 
Religious Newspaper Co., Chicago, publish 
ers; circulation .1 1 ; dated at (Chicago; Issue 
also the Chicago Ilutiiboltlt Hustler. 

AMATEUR E li K C T K I C I A N ; 
monthly; electrical; sixteen pages ilxlt; sub- 
scription tl: established IS9I; Amateur Elec- 
trician Co., eilitors and puldlshers. 

RAYMOND, Montgomery Co., n 1,000 

pop, oil Wabash Rd. Surrounded by coal 

deposits. 

INOEI'ENDENT t Thurs.loys; Inde- 
[lendent; eight pages i:ix2l; sul)scrlptlon 
$1.50 ; estalillshed I8S1 ; .Toseph W. Potts, edi- 
tor mid publisher; circulation K 1. 

RED BUD, Ranili,li,h Co., p l,300t 
pop., on Mol)lle&Oldo Rd., :!6 m. fron> St. 
Louis, Mo. Agrii'ultureanil stock raising. 

TORI'EIIOi TliursdayH ; democratic; 
four pages isx2t; subscription $1.50: eslab. 
llslied IH77; R. K. Douglas, editor and |)Ul>- 
llsher ; circulation K 1. 

RICHMOND, ar^ Henry Co., ^ 480 

pop., on Clilciigii .V .Norlhwrslern R<l., Ifi m. 
from Woodstock, tin- county seat. Oraln 
and poultry Hhipping and stock raising are 
the chief liiiluHlrles. 

<J A /- K T T E I ThumdayH; reiiultllcan; 
four iHigeN 20x2>>: HUlmcrlpllon $l..il); i-slal) 
lisheil 1M70; (lolmeN * Wright, eilitors ami 
pnlilUlierH; ciri-iilallon K I :j::l: 

KECOKOEIti 8aliirila>H; repul>llcan; 
four pagcH 20x2ti; KUlmcripllon $2: es'nb 
llnlieil IHs8; Luther U. KIggM, editor and piil> 



Usher; circulation K 1 H^^^- ZMf'Atttial 
average for the jinut i/ear T22 copien. Issues 
also the (ieiioa Junction. Wis , Journal. 

RIDGE FARM, rermiUon Co., O 

6iiO pop., on Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City 

and Cairo, Vlncennes & Chicago Rds. In a 

farming district. 

TIMES I Thursdays; Independent ; eight 
pages 15x22: subscription $1.5ii; established 
IS*.: F. J. Pasteur, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

RIVER FOREST,(0AK PARK P.O.> 

Cook Co., zi :xm pop., on Chicago & North- 

1 western Rd., 10 m. from Chicago. 

I <«IiEN; (see Chicago flt'cord.) 

liER.\LI>: Fridays; eight pages 15x22; 

subscription .•>;2: established 1'<S7: Isaac Herr, 

editor and j)Ul)llslier; circulation L I : Issues 

also the Maywood Reyisler and the Oak Park 

; Reporter. 

PROVISO VINDICATOR; (see May- 
wood, i 

RIVERSIDE. Cool- Co., cT 1,200 pop., 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd. A 
BUburl) of Chicago. 
RECORD: (see Chicago Opinion.) 

ROANOKE, Woodford Co., n 832t 
pop., on Chicago, Santa Fe & California Rd., 
9 m. W. of Metamora, the county seat. Has- 
a coal mine. A farming country. 
IIER.\I<D; Fridays; democratic: twelve 
pages ir.x22; subscription ^\.:*\: established 
18sU: W. P. Moore, eifltor and publisher. 

ROBINSON, c. li., Crawford Co., q. 

l,l',Hi+ pop., on Cairo, Vlncennes & Chicago 
and Indiana & Illinois Southern Rds., 40 m. 
from Terre Haute, Ind. A corn and wheat- 
growing and wool-producing count.v. 

ARGUS; Wednesdays; republican; four 
pages 20x2ii ; subscription $1.50 ; established 
18t>;!; Ueorge W. Harper, editor and pillillsher; 
circulation .1 I . 

(CONSTITUTION; Wednesdays; liemo- 
crallc; eight pages 15x','2; subscription $1.50 ; 
i-stabllslicil IHChi: J. H. Fulton and H. I). HIser, 
editors and imlillshers ; circulation ,1 1. 

NATIONAL El{.\: TliurMlavs; farm- 
ers' alliance; elglil pages 15x'22; suliscriptlon 
$1; established 1890; Harbl.son & Good, edi- 
tors iiiid publishers. 

ROCHELLE, Ogle Co., ^ 2,000t pop., 
on Chicago & Iowa and Chicago & North- 
western IMs., 27 m. S. of Rockford and 75 
W. of Chicago. Trade center for farndng 
and stock-raising district, 

11 E R A Ij D ; Thursdays ; rei)Ul)llcan; 
eight pages l."ix22; subscription $2: estab- 
lished 1H.S1 ; O. W. Morris, editor; ti. W. Mor- 
ris .>i Son, piilillsliers : circulalion K 2. 

REtilSTER; Saliirdays; renublican; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $\.'*>; estab- 
lished IMVI; H. C Paddock, editor and pub- 
lisher; clrcul.illon .1 I. 

ROCK FALLS, irhUeiiideCo.,til,SOO 

pop., on l-'hlcago, Burlington & Quincy Rd. 
and Ro<'k r. Wagons and agricullural Im- 
plements are nuinufactured. 
N E W S ; Halurdays ; republican ; eight 

pages inxJ'J; subscription $1.5(1; established 

r8K2; Parker A Ment/.er, edilorsand pul)lish- 

ers ; clieiilalloii K I. 

ROCKFORD. <•• li-. ffinnebogo Co., ^ 
2."i, •s'.i+ pop., on Chicago .i^ Norliiwestern, 
IlllnolN Cenlrnl, Chicago, Milwaukee A St. 
Paul anil Chicago ft Iowa Rds. and Rock r.. 



AMEKK'AN NEWSPAPKR DIItEfTOUV. 



IKi 



ILLiyoiS. 



ILUNOJS. 



92 III. from Chlciiffo. RiikiikoI In nianurnft 
urlng fiinilturo nml ngrtcultiintl liiiplc- 

IIK'Ilt!!. 

<«AZETTK I ovcrv cvenlnK oxcopt Siin- 
<l»v. SE.ni-WKEKI.V, \Ve<liie».lavs iiiid 
SntunlavK, jiiiM WEEKLY, Wednesday*; 
re|iiil)liouii ; diilly mid seiiil weekly four 
UiiKes aO-xiS, weoklv elKliI imni-s • HUl>Mcrli>- 

tl. Ill— dally $6, Heiiil'Wi'eklv $irio, weekly 

$1.50; e«tnl>ll»hed-<lullv 1H^J. (teinl-weeklv 
1»* I, weekly isfifi; Alirnlmiii K. Sinllli. editor 
and publlsliert elrciiliidun— dully J 1, senU- 
weekly J i, weekly J a. 

:»10RMN<; STAlti every morning ex- 
cept M.iuday. ST.\ It, -< ml weekly, M.nidnys 
aii.lTliursdiiyn.Hii.l \\ EEKlA'.tliiirsdiiys; 
deiuoeratlc; dully niiil kciiiI weekly four pag«>s 
aj.xjii. weekly elKlit piii.'<'M suliMrlptloii-dally 
(iiieludlliK .Miiidayi $>., geiiil weekly $I..M), 
Weekly 81; estalillHlii-il -dally and senil-week 
ly lvv>, weekly !•<»;«); star PriiitliiK C<>.,eilllorH 
and puMKhers; circulation— dally J a, seinl- 
\ye.kly K 1, weekly .) 1. 

KEOISTKR I every evenlUR except Sun- 
day. SE.^I l-U'KKK I.1V, TuesdayHnnd Krt 
davs. and WEEK I. V, Fridays ; repuMlcan ; 
dully ami .seiiil weekly four paKe.4 2U.\26. 
weekly elKlit |>aKe8: HUl>seriptlon-<lallv ftt'i, 
»eiiil we<-kly and weekly $1.5(5; eHtnbll8)K><r— 
dally 1877, seinl weekly iSS4, weekly ISMO; Kd- 
Kur K. Bnrllett.eilltor and iiulillslier: clre'ii— 
dally J •-•.■•:, genihweekly K J*. weekly J 2H:. 

It KIT II I.ICANi every morning, and 
A\ KEKIiY, Thiirsilnys; republic m; dully 
f'lur |>iiKe> ■.'O.X24, weekly elulit paKCH; sub- 
Bcrliitloii— we«-kly $1; e>tabll>lieil 1S90; Re- 
piiblienn Co., edltorHund publishers. 

ST \ It : -ee Morning Sfar.\ 

l)EK SO.NNTA«!!i<;.\ST| (see 0«r- 
m<iitui.i 

(•EK.MANl A I .Sjiturdays; German; ten 
putceM l.'i.x',*2; Hulm<-ripllon $■.'; extablished 
1885: John J. I'lnuel, editor; Germanin Co., 
DUblUhers; circulation .J 1; the Hixth puge is 
headed /Vr .SonnfdjMi/rw/. 

UOI.i>E\ CENSEItt SaturdayH; un- 
denoiiilnatioiial ; eli{ht panes l.'ixil; sub- 
serii.tlon $1.25: e»ital)ll!.he<l l^S; O. R. Urouse, 
A. .^I., .■■lltor; Oohlen Censer Co., publishers; 
does not Innert advertisements. 

MONITOR; Fridays; prohibition; elRht 
pa*fesl.ix»i; subscription $1 ; e.stabllshed 1M5; 
Lammit .V Whlppli-, i-<lltors and publishers; 
elreulailon .1 1 . 

ROCKKORDS.POSTEN) Saturdays; 
SwiHilsh: elifhl puKe-* 15x22; subscription 
tl.-'iO; established lss9; K.K-kfordg Posten 
HuhllshlUk' and I'rinling Co., editors and 
publishini: cln-ulatloii J I. 

SVENSKA FRIA P R ESSEX ; (soe 
ChlcnK" .S'ivii«i(i Amrriitindren.i 

I'lIRISTIAN (a.EANERi monthly; 
e\aiiKellcal; eUht pages 14x21); siibseriptlon 
SOeeutit; eslubllshed lsH4; Kev. E. E. Fowler, 
e<lltor nnil nubllsher: elrrulation Ijsf:^:; 
ilBte<l at K<x-kforil and Clurlndii. Iowa 

KAR^IEKS' .MONTHLY I agricult 
Ural; lwi-iii> pages InxlJ: siilnwrlpllon SO 
e.-nls; extabllsh.sl iss7; A. Philip Smith, 
o<]ltoranil niiMuher- rireiilatlon G 2. 

KrRNITlin: .IOI'RNAI.i monthly; 
runillure; f'.r :>:iKe« liixU, siibscrlp 

tioii $1 : esial> --^; Furniture Journal 

Co.. editors aiKl iiul>ll-.|ii-ni. 

SEMINARY MA(;A7.INRt monthly; 
• hlr" '- • '■- ■ ■ -'■ "on $1.10; e» 

tab; I'lnofRock- 

for I lishern: cir 

Ctilatl ■II I. ; . a Ciilk-^e painir; UxueU during 
the eollegiate year. 

ROCK ISLAND, c. h , Rock Iiland 

' u . : V"> i».p, i.n six RjIs. and MIuhIs- 
slppl r. opiMMlte Dnvi-n|>ort, la., with which 
It l« connect«'«l bjr a bridge. I>M-atlon of 
United Stat<>ii Aminry and Antenal. Mnnu- 
fnriurlng. eoal mining and rlrer tnule. 
ARtal'Si everv evening exeept Sunday, 
and WEEK I. Y, Krldn\ri; il<-in.H'rntlc; 



daily four pages 22x27, weekly elglit pages 
17x21; subscription- dally $ii, we<-kly K ; es- 
laldlshed liM ; J. W. Potter, editor and pub 
llslier ; elrrulation —ilally .1 I, weekly J 1. 

lINION't every morning except Monday, 
and WEEK liY, Sjitur.lays; republican; 
eight pages -dally l:ix2v.'. weekly lsx21; siib- 
Rcrlplion— daily $6, wi-eklv $2; estabilshml— 
ilally lsr,;i, weeVlv IWi'J; Union Printing Co., 
editors ami publishers; circ'n— dally J I ^5|t, 
weekly J 1 :!::{:. 

VOLK.S./,EITUN<J)senil-weeklv,Wed- 
nesdays anil Satuniuys; German ; indept.-nd- 
ent; four pagi'S 20x26; subserlpdon $.^; :•«- 
taltllshed 1875; F. Protjir, eiiltor and pub 
llslier; elretilatlon .1 1:)::}:. 

A II Oil ST A N At Thursdays; Swedish; 
lutheran ; sixteen pages llxl.'i; subscrli>tloc 
$2; establish. <1 1851; N. Hnssel.iiilsl. I) D.. 
eilltor; Augustana Rook Concern, pubiigh- 
ers; eireulatlon F 2 :!::(:*. t3f~ Actual aver- 
age fi>r Ihr past i/far I.1,li;i coiiiex. 

ROCK ISI.ANOERt Saturdays; Inde- 
peiKlmt ; four pages 2:ix2H; siibserliillon $2; 
e.stabllshe.l 18.M ; J. H. Danfortli, editor and 
publisher: elroulatlun .1 2. 

IMSTIIUT M ETIIOOIST AND 
WOULD WIDE MISSIONS; (see 
Chl<'ago Worltl W'iil,- ViH-ioiis.i 

TRI CITY TRADE JOI RNAI<t 
monthly; coniiiu-rclal ; thlrtvsix pages !)xl3; 
sulKseriptlon $1; establlsheil 18<J0; Tri City 
Trade Journal Co., editors ami publishers; 
published Kimuitnneously at Mollne, Kocic 
Island, and Davenport, la. 

ROCKTON. Jrtnnebago Co.,ti 9.^0 pop., 
on Chicago, Milwaukee .t St. Paul Rd., 4 m. 
8. of Bclolt, Wis., and 12 N. of Rockford, the 
county seat. Has pa|ier and Hour mills, a 
reaper manufaetory and machine shops. 
IIERAI<Dt Saturdays; republican : eight 
pav.'1-s i:i\2'i; subseripllon $l..'i(t: established 
1875; F,. I. Carr. eilltor and publisher; circu- 
lation 1,2. 

ROGERS PARK, Cook Co.. c( Un 
pop., on Chicago .t Nortliwestern and Chi- 
cago, .Milwaukee & St. Paul Rds. and on 
Lake Michigan, 9 m. N. of Chicago, the 
county sent. 

lIER.VLDt Saturdavs; four pages 15x22; 
siibscriiition 91.511; eslaldlshed IS**; Chas. G. 
Kingwlll, editor and publlslier ; circula- 
tion 1.2 :!:;l::i:; (in ilhiMrnliil irritf ii/i eiU- 
lit"! ((^27,100 '"/(ici in ifxuiil nncr n yeitr. 

EYEK YIIODY'S.lori{NAKi month 
ly; prohllilllonist : elk-ht iiiiges sxU; silJiscrip- 
tloii 541 (■•'iilg; established IS'al: Journal Pul>- 
llshliik' Co.. editors and publishers. 

ROODHOUSE. Greene Co., -a 2.700t 
|Mip., on Chicago ft Alton R<l., 21 in. from 
Jneksnnviile. In agricultural district. 

EVENINIJ EYEt everj evening except 
Sumlav. and E^■E. Thursdays; ileiiiiK?iallc; 
dallv ^>ur pages l:ix'2<l, weekly eight pngoa 
I'.x?.': subscription -daily $7, "weeklv $1.50: 
esiabllslied l^X.'; W. F. Thoiiipson. editor aDci 
publisher: circulation <lnliy 1,2, weekly L'i. 

EYEl is«'e Krrning Kyr ) 

ROSELAND, Cook Co, y; T,l pop.. 1 
III from I'lilliiiaii and U S. of and a suiuirli 
of Chicago. 

NEWS I nM-e Chicago JtrcorH.) 
KKVIF.W: -.^- Pullman.) 

ROSEVILLE. Warren Co., a 1.000 
|iop.,on Ciilcago. Iliirllngtoii A Qiiliicy Hd., 
IS m.S. of Monmouth, the <'i.uiit> seat. In 
an ngrlciiitural and coal nilnini,- n-glon. 
TIMK.Si Fr|.|ay«; republic. iii . !ght 

I r||,iion %\.;*<. ■ d 

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ROSSVILLE, VermUion Co.. D- 983t 
pop., i>n Chicago and Eastpru Illinois Rd., 
20 ni. from Danville, the county seat. 

INDEPENDENT; Thursilavs; Inde- 
pendent: elK'lit pajres IT.VJ4; subscription 
#1.50; established l-<90; George .\. Stout, edi- 
tor and publisher. 

Pit ESS J Thursdays; republican; eight 
paRes 1">.\J2; subscrliition $1.50; established 
IsrO; F.J. Pasteur, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation K 1. 

RUSHVILLE, c. h., Schuyler Co., -D 

i.iX'yt pop., ou Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy 
Rd., 226 m. from Chicago. Manufacturing 
town. Situated In a grain and fruit-grow- 
ing region. 

SCHUYLER CITIZEN; Thursdays; 
republican; eight pages l.").\-'",'; subscription 
$1.50; established 1855; W. I. Larash, editor 
aiidjpublisher; circulation J 3. 

TI.MES; Thursdays; democratic; eight 
pages 15x?->; subscription SI. 75; established 
185<; Edwin Dj'son, editor and publisher; 
circulation .J 2. 

RUTLAND, La Salle Co., ^ l,139t 

pop., ou Illinois Central Rd. Has tile works. 

In coal mining section. 

POST; Thursdays; republican; eiuht 
pages isx34; subscription SI 50; establislied 
1874; C. W. Blandlu, editor and publisher; 
circulation L 2. 

ST. ANNE, Kankakee Co., o 1,500 pop., 

at junction of Chicago & Kastern Illinois 

and Cincinnati, Lafayette & Chicago Rds., 

Um. S. E. of Kankakee, the county seat. 

RECORD; Tuesdays; independent; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription §1.50; estab- 
lished 1890; Thomas Johnson, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ST. CHARLES, Kane Co., tl 2,669t 
pop., on Chicago & Northwestern and Min- 
nesota & Northwestern Rds. and Fox r. 
Ha.s chee.se and butter factories, flour and 
grist mills, paper mill, foundry and ma- 
chine shops. 

VALLEY CHROMCIiE; Fridays; In 
dependent-rei)ubllcan; eight pages 15.\2,'; 
subscription SI. 50 ; established 1881 ; Samuel 
W. Durant, editor and publisher; circulation 
K I :!::!:. 

ST. ELMO, Fayette Co., p 400t pop, on 

Tcrre Haute c* Indianapolis Rd., 14 m. from 

Vandalla, the county seat. Coal Is fouml In 

the vicinity. 

TIMES; Fridays; Independent: eight 
pages 13x20; Hiib.scription $1.25; established 
IKS-S; C. F. Coleman, editor and publisher; 
circulation I. 2. 

ST. JOSEPH, Champaign Co., o 583t 
j)Op., on Imllana, liloomlngton & Westell 
Rd., 10 m. from Urbana, the county seat. 
Orain shlp|)lng point. In an agricultural 
district. 

E A C* li E ; Snlurdavs; repul>llcnii; eight 
pages Ilxl.'i; subscrliillon $1 ; cHtabllMhed l88li; 
(J. S' WynlnKcr, editor anil publisher; circu- 
lation 1,2 :;::[:. 

SALEM, c. b., Marion Co., g l,400t 
pop., on (Jhlo & MIsslsHlppI Rd., 16 m. N. E. 
of Ceiitralla and 09 f rr)ni St. Louis, Mo. Mill- 
ing, coal mining and fruit shipping and 
evaporating nn- the principal Industries. 

lIEItA l< D-,\l)VO('.\TEt Kri<lavH; 
deuiocnillc; eight pages 15x22; sulwerlptlon 



ILLISOIS. 



$1.50; established 1851; Merrltt & Rubens, edi- 
tors: Merrltt & Pyles. publishers; clrc'n L 2. 
I MAIMOX CO. DE.>IOCR.\Ti Thurs 
i days: democratic; eluht pages 16x22; sub- 
' scrlptlon $1.5(1; established I8s9; J. B. Lewis, 
editor and ]iul)ii>her; circulation J I:!:;-:*. 

I»I A R I O X C O. REPUBLICAN; 
Thursdays; reinibllcan: four pages lSx24; 
subscription $1.50: established 18i9; Mrs. Belle 
C. Johnson, eilltor and imbllsher; clrc'n L2. 
IIO.ME CONFERENCE NE>VS; 
monthly; methodist-episcoi)al: four pai;es 
19x24; subscription 50 cents; established 18^6; 
Rev. F. M. Van Treese, editor: District Con- 
ference of Si>uthcrn lUiuois, publishers; does 
not Insert advertisements. 

SANDOVAL, Marion Co., Q 844t 
pop., at Junction of Ohio & Mississippi 
and Illinois Central Rds., 60 m. from 
St. L-ouls, Mo. Manufacturing and coal 
mining are the principal industries. 

BROTHEKIIOOD OV L A It O K ; 

Fridays; lalior; eifiht pages 15.x25: subscrip- 
tions!; established 1890; J. T. JlcKlbbeu, edi- 
tor and publisher. 

TIMES; Saturdays; Independent; eiv'ht 
pages 15x22; subscription $1-50: established 
18S4; Joy & Tillman, editors and publishers; 
circulation L2; issue also the Ceutralia 
Senti)iel and the Patoka £(i^f/7Jrist-. 

SANDWICH, De Kalb Co., ^ 2,800 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Rd., 
57 m. S. W. of Chicago. .Manufacturing 
agricultural implements the chief industry. 
G.\ZETTE: .■teml-weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays: republican; four pages 15x22: sub- 
scription SI. 50: establislied 1S64: H. K. Rob- 
ertson, e<litor and publisher; clrc'n J 1^^;. 

ARGUS; Saturdays; indeiiendent : four 
pages 20x26; subscriptions!; established 1817; 
M. B. Castle & Son, editors and publishers; 
circulation K 2. 

FREE PRESS; Thursdays; eight 
pages 15x22; subscription $1-50; established 
187^; J. L. Kern & Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation K 1. 

SAUNEMIN, Livingston Co., u SSiif 
pop., on Wabash, St Louis & Paciftc and 
Illinois Central Rds. Stock-raising and 
farming section. 

GAZETTE; Fridays; eight pages t6.x22: 

established I88S; Charles S. Brydla, editor antl 
ipubllshcr: circulation L2;i;;I:; issuesalso the 
Kalrbur.v Ta)c<iI Hecoril. 

SAVANNA, Carroii Co., t]3,100t pop., 
on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and 
Chicago, Burlington & Northern Rds. and 
Mississippi r., 10 111. from IMouiit Carroll, the 
county seat. A shipping |)olnt. 

CARItOLL CO. JOLKNAL; Thurs- 
days; indepcndenl ; eight pages 15x22: sub- 
scrlplion S1.5li; estaldlslied 1SS5; F. S. Oreen- 
leaf, e<lllor and pulillsher: clrc'n K2;l::l::l;; 
the third page Is headed the Clutdirick (>(>- 
Kcrtvr and dalcil at (;liadwlck. 

Ti;>IES; Fridays: republican; eight pages 
15x2'2: subscription SL.-^iO; established 18,5; J. 
B. Parkinson, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion .1 2. 

SAYBROOK, McLean Co., n 1,200 
pop., on l.aki' Eric & Western Rd., 2fi m. E. 
of Bloonilngton, the county seat. General 
niercnnllle business; grist and saw mills, 
etc. Furniiiig di-itrlcl. 

CJAZETTE; Fridays; rei.ubllcan: eight 
pages 15x22; subscrlplioii $1.25; c^tal>llslled 
IH7I: II. W. Rodman, editor ami publisher; 
clrcnlalloii K 1. 

INI»EIM:NI)ENTt ThursdavB; Independ- 
ent: eight pages 15x22; subscription $1.25; 



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cstabllshcil l^TS; Joliii A. Mace, eilltor and 
piilillshiT: i-iroiilatlon L'^. 

SENECA, La Salle Co., ± l,19lt pop., 

on I'lilcano. Koik Island .'t Pudllc and Kiiu- 

kakoo .'i SfiK-i-a Kds. ami Illinois & >Ilchl 

Kan canal. Has ({rain trade, coal inlnos 

and tllo factories. 

KECOItDi Kriilays: Indepen.lent; four 
pnttes l><x-.M; subscription $1 ; established 1878; 
T. J. Horsley, editor and publisher: circula- 
tion I.J. 

SHABBONA, ne Kalb Co., t) 503t 
pop., on Chicago, Burllnifton & Qulnoy and 
Illinois, Chicago A Iowa Rds., 68 n\. from 
ChieaKo. An nKrlcultural region. 

EXPRESS; Fridavs: republican; four 
patjes 18x24: subscription $1; established 
ISTb; W. H. Rjiy, e<lllor and publisher; circu 
(allon Kl:;::;:: an edition entitled the 
Oazftte Is Issued for Lee. 

SHANNON, Carroll Co.,\2 BOO pop., 
on t'hliMK'o, Milwaukee & St. Pavil Rds., 14 
in. from Kreeport and 116 W. of Chicago. 
Goocl jiKrlcultural country. 

EXPRESS: KrMays ; Independent ; eight 
pijges 13xJii; subscription $I.:V): established 
1878: W. H. Barnes, editor and publisher; 
circulation K 1. 

SHAWNEETOWN, c. h., Gallatin 

Co.. l.Njl |i'>p., on Louisville & Na.sh- 
vllle and Ohio & Mississippi Rds. and Ohio 
r., 9 m. from mouth of Wabash. Engaged 
In manufacturing, milling and pork pack- 
ing. A shipping point for farming and 
mining region. 

<iALLATIN DE.MOC'R.VT; Fridays; 
demoeratic: four pages Jn.x'.'O; subscription 
41: established 1887: Geo. B. Parsons, editor 
and publislier; circulation K 1 :{;. 

I.OCAI. RECORD; Saturdays : demo- 
cnillc: four pawes r.xH; subscription $1.50; 
establlshi-,1 1877: Conrad O. Ri wards, editor 
and publisher: circulation K I. 

SHAWNEE NEWS; Thursdays; re-' 
publican: four p.iges ■Mxi6; subscription 
fl.2S: .•stabllshe<l 187:1; L. F. Tronily, editor 
and publisher; circulation .) 1 :•:;■:. 

SHEFFIELD, nuraiu Co., -^ 990t 

j)op., on Chii'ago, Rwk Island & Pacific 

Kds. Mining and good farming section. 

IU'REAU CO. TI.MKS; Fridays; Eng- 
lish and Uermnn; four pages isx24; subscrip- 
tion 81..10: e-.(a>illshed 1S83 : C. A. Pratt, 
editor and publisher; circulation L'^'. 

SHELBYVILLE, c. )>., Shtlby Co.. a 

.i.l'.J* iH.|.,on ltidlana]Mj||s & St. Louis Rd. 
and Kaskiiskia r., 7a m. from Terre Haute, 
Ind. Engagcil in manufacturing. In agri- 
cultural and ndning district. 

I' N I O N J every evening except Sunday, 
and WKKKKV, Thursdays: republican; 

f -H -diillv l.'.x2U, weekiv \Hxii: sub- 

^ -dally tS.'iO, weekly $I.S(J: estnb 

I. vlly lii<T, weekly 1S6.J: H. L. Mar 

till, rdltur and luihlisher ; circulation— I 
daily L2 s}::;:. w.-.kly K 1 *:){. j 

DE.MOCRAT; ThursdayR ; democratic: 
four pagca ISxJl: subst-rlpllon $1 50; estab 
lUh'd 1^4; O. It. Ornyl.lll, .•<llior; (iraybill 
HroH. .V Co . piiblishiTH: clreul.ill..n .1 J. 

OCR HEST WORDS WEEKLY; 
.--.iiMr.liiys, and i; N I T A R I A N , send ' 
in iiihlv; w.-ckly prohibition, xeinl nionthiv 
'!!:l'.Trl.Tn ; w«vlflv fl:;ht p:\i-i-* llx!*i, -iml- 

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editors and publishers; circ'n— weekly J l; 
semi-monthly .1 1 . 

SIlELIlV CO. LEADER; Thursdays: 
democratic: el),'lil pages isx^'l; snbsi-rlptlon 
$l."Kl; estal)lished 1861; \V. A. Trowcr. editor 
and iiublisher: circulation K '2. 

r N I T .\ R I A N ; (.see Our Brst WonU 

SHELDON, Iroqnoit Co., n- 800 pop., 
on Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis Sc 
Chicago ami Toledo, I'roria >% Western 
Rds., 87 m. S. of Chh-ago and PiO W. of Peo- 
ria. Engaged in farming and stock raising. 

JOURNAL.; Fridays ; independent ; 
eight pages 15x22; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1S8II; J. W. SarJ.nt, editor and pub 
Usher: circulation L2:i;:i:. 

NEWS; Thursdays; independent ; eight 
pages l.''i.x22; subseriplloii .«!l..50: eslabllsheil 
1S8K; H. R. Fields editor an<i publisher; 



clnulallon I, 

SHERIDAN, La Salle Co., ^ 420t 

pop., on Chicago, Burlington .'i Quincy Rd., 

l:! m. from Ottawa, the county seat. In 

farming and grain raising district. 

<iAZETTE; Fridays; in.l.pen<lent; four 
pages i.').\22 : subscription $1; eslabllsheil 
1871: N. A. Burnham, editor and publisher; 
circul.ii iiiM I, ■_' . 

SHERMERVILLE, Cook Co., zi 7.5 
pop., on Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Hd., 
20 m. from Chicago. A firming district. 
W E E Iv 1 i A' ; (see Ch icago Record. ) 
SIDELL, Vermilion Co., O 450t pop., 
on Chicago St Ohio River R<l., 2:} m. from 
Danville, the county seat. Farming region. 
REPORTER; Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages 2iix26; subscription $1.50; estab- 
lished 1888; C. A. Wright, editor ami i.ub- 
Usher. ' 

SIDNEY, Champaign Co., o <68 pop., 

on Wal.iish and Wabash Western Rds. In 

agricultural region. 

IJY-W.\Y; Saturdays: indepentient; 
four pages 11x19; subscription $i.2ii: eslab- 
llslied issr,: Mrs. Eva Stewart, editor and pub- 

lislicr: clnMilalloM 1,2. 

SOMONAUK, De Kalb Co., ^ l.SOOf 
pop., on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rd., 
24 m. W. of Aurora and 60 of Chicago. 
Cheese making and construction of wind- 
mills the chief industries. 

REVEII. liE; Fridays: lnde|H>ndont; 
eight pages i:!x2U; subscription $1.50: estab- 
lished 1875; Cas. B. Philips, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation K 1. 

SOUTH CHICAGO. Cook Co., cf 

l'.i»«i p"!... on six Kd-. and Calumet r. A 
suburb and part of Chicago. Has a flne 
harbor, and rolling anil nail millH, forge 
and pi|M> manufactories and several ma- 
chine shops. 

t'.KIA'MKTi (see Chliago.) 

CiIICA(;0 FREE PRESS; FrI. lavs; 

republlcnn; four pages i;xJ4: HUliHcrlptloii 

• 1; established Bs': Hugh Bra.ly, e.lll-.r; 

Moruan .V Brady. itublisherH; circulation J 2. 

STA K ; see Cfdcago AV.orrl.i 

SOUTH CICERO. (CIHCAGO p o.) 

CiHtk- '■<..,- a part of t'hicago. 

.\ l>\ or \TK ! see 1 hi. .i;,, Ofininni 

SOUTH ENOLEWpOD, Cool. Co.. 

Z^. A ouburb of Chicago. 
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SOUTH EVANSTON, Cook Co.,c( 
3,75CM- pop., ou Clilciifco >>>: North Western and 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Kds. Has 
some niaolilne ami other manufactories. 
NEWS; {see Chicago Record.) 

SOUTH LYNN, Cook Co., cT a sub- 
urb of Chicago. 
NEWS; (see Chicago Lawn.) 

SPARLAND, yfar.ifiall Co., a 447t 
pop., on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific 
Rd., 1 m. from Illinois r. and 1 from Lacon, 
the county seat. Coal mine. Stock and 
grain country. 

CHRONICIiE; Thursdays; republican; 

eight pages 13x20; 8ubscrli)tloii $2; establish- 
ed 1-<SS; Mrs. L. S. Tesmer, editor; Spencer 
Ellsworth, publisher: circulation L2; an 
edition of the Lacon Home Journal. 

SPARTA, Randolph Co., p 1,754 pop., 

20 m. from Chester, the county seat, and 50 

from St. Louis, Mo. Winter wheat district. 

PL.AINDEA LERi Fridays ; repubH- 
can ; ten pages 20x26; suljscription tl.50; 
established 1865; S. Lovejoy Taylor, editor; 
Geo. H. Campbell, publisher; circulation K 2. 

SPRINGFIELD, c. li., Sangamon Co., 

D State Cnpital, 24,852t pop., on 7 Rds. 

and near Sangamon r. An agricultural and 

grain-raising district. Coal is found in 

abundance In the vicinity. 

TL.I.,INOIS STATE JOURNAL,; 

every morning except Sunday, and VV'EEK.- 
LiY, Thursdays; republican; <lally eight 
pages 15x21, weekly twelve pages; subscrip- 
t