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THE NEW YORK TIMES BUILDING. 

(FUO.M CITY HALL PARK.) 
(Geo. P. RoweM & Co's Advertising Agency, No. 40 Park Row, N. Y.) 



GEO. P. EOAYELL & CO'S 



AA/LEI\ICAN 






NET 








CONTAINING 



ACCURATE LISTS OF ALL THE NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 
PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES AND TERRITORIES, 
AND THE DOMINION OF CANADA, AND BRITISH 
COLONIES OF NORTH AMERICA; 



TOGETHER WITH 



A DESCRIPTION OF THE TOWNS AND CITIES IN WHICH THEY 

ARE PUBLISHED. 



GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., Publishers &. Newspaper Advertising Agents,. 



-lO PARK RO "W . 



1869. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 18G8, by 

GEO. P. KOWELL, & CO., 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United State» for the 
Southern District of New York. 



PREFACE 



To meet a demand which we— in common with other Advertising Agencies, and a large mass 
of the outside puhlic— have long felt to be an important one, is the object of the present volume. 
When our Agency was established, four years ago, we found it exceedingly difficult to procure 
lists of newspapers of any kind, and these were scattered through almanacs, directories, regis- 
ters, etc., in such a way as to render a complete list out of the question, and a comparatively 
correct one impossible. At considerable expense and trouble, something like twelve States, all 
told, could be thus collected, while double that number remained entirely unrepresented. 

A small volume, published in 1861, purported to contain the names of all newspapers 
issued, but experience taught us that a large proportion of these had long before ceased to 
exist, while an equal number, springing up in their places, remained unnoticed by the author. 
A correct list in a single State was then of great value, while a complete directory would have 
commanded a large and remunerative sale. In proof of this, we instance a gentleman of our 
acquaintance who, shortly after the close of the late war, secured a list of papers in the South- 
ern States, compiled with considerable accuracy, and this was regarded as of so much value 
by advertisers that single copies were, without difficulty, sold for the sum of one hundred and fifty 
dollars. 

It is true, every Advertising Agency possessed lists more or less correct, but each one looked 
upon them rather as a part of the stock in trade than for public examination. They were 
and still are by many, guarded with great vigilance and care, while to possess them requires 
the surmounting of many difficulties. In this way the advertiser— of necessity, in a great 
measure, unfamiliar with the best mediums— has been forced to leave their selection to his agent, 
who, in some cases, it may well be feared, consulted his own interests rather than those of his 
customer, by giving the preference to such publications as would yield him largest profit, and 
with which he could transact the business most agreeably. 

For these and simdar reasons, as well as to obviate difficulties we were daily encountering 
in our intercourse with customers, we determined to introduce the newspaper press more gener- 
ally to the public than had ever before been done, believing we should thereby increase our own 
business and best serve the interests of our customers, since, with a complete Directory in their 
possession, they could at once, and without further trouble, obtain that information concerning 
the best advertising mediums, their location, characteristics, etc., of most importance to them. 

Keeping this object steadily in view, in November, I860, we issued the first number of the 
Advertisers' Gazette, which met with such unexpected success that it has since been continued 
regularly, and has gained an enviable position among the country's publications. In it 
we published, from month to month, Lists of Newspapers in different sections, until every 
State had appeared, together with new newspapers, consolidations, suspensions, changes, 
removals, etc. The Lists, afterwards printed in pamphlet form and at a moderate price, 
secured a large sale among advertisers, and obtained no little notoriety. But the information 
they gave was not sufficient. The name of the paper and place of publication alone 
was given, so that one could not judge which was best or most profitable for his use. We 
have been frequently importuned by our customers to publish more general information, bu 



PREFACE. 



the difficulty of obtaining such as would be reliable has heretofore prevented our undertaking 
the enterprise. The task is by no nieans a light one, nor can it be speedily accomplished. 
Of the five thousand blanks first forwarded to publishers, with a particular request that they 
toe filled out and returned, in order that their papers might be properly presented in the forth- 
coming Directory, less than five hundred were responded to. 

Determined, nevertheless, to accomplish our purpose, we placed the matter in charge of a 
competent editor, as thoroughly versed in the subject as any person could be from an experience 
and observation of several years. After nearly a year of constant labor, devoted to correspond- 
ence, gazetteers, atlases, directories, and publications of all kinds bearing on the subject, he 
has succeeded in compiling the information in the following pages. 

That, notwithstanding all our care and research, the work will be found to contain imperfec- 
tions, we doubt not. It has been our aim to surmount all obstacles as far as possible, and present, 
as accurately as we could, the facts connected with each paper; but as the newspaper world is 
constantly changing, (fifteen new publications on an average appearing every month, while sus- 
pensions, consolidations, etc., are numerous,) a work of this kind can never be done; hence we 
propose to regard the present work rather as Ax Annual, which shall be published at a stated 
time each year, with corrections, addenda, etc. Pursuing this course we are confident our 
Directory will be found a reliable Index to the Newspapers of America. 

We have always believed, and labored in the belief, that, as Advertising Agents, it was and 
should be in our power to be of material service to both advertiser and publisher, and we know 
no better way to convince them of the value of our services than by issuing this book, thus 
enabling them to communicate without our aid ; this we do in the belief that we shall there- 
by the sooner persuade them of the utility of employing and encouraging our agency. 

We take this opportunity to say to newspaper publishers, that in our intercourse with ail 
parties we intend to deal on strictly conscientious principles. We never shall charge an adver- 
tiser any more than he would be required to pay at the office of publication, if we know it. And, 
although we will not take business, when we can well avoid it, for those papers not allowing us 
a commission, yet shall give those papers a decided preference over such as, while claiming 
to allow the usual commission, dishonestly add the amount to their cash charge, or make a 
practice of allowing the commission to every one who asks for or demands it, without any effort 
to protect the honest Agent. 

We are free to admit we consider the commission usually allowed Agents too great, and 
recommend its reduction to a figure which will make it a less onerous tax upon the publisher. In 
this way the reliable Agent will, as he ought, be a greater benefit to all parties. 

With this explanation of our objects and wishes, we submit our book to the kind consideration 
of the public, more particularly the advertising public, and trust that in its compilation 'and issue 
we may be allowed to have performed good service. 

GEO. P. ROWE.LL & CO., Publishers. 

New York, January 1, 1S69. 



CONTENTS 



i. 

A Hst of the Newspapers and other Periodicals in the United States and Territories, the Do- 
minion of Canada and the British Colonies; arranged alphabetically by towns, giving name, 
days of issue, politics or general character, form, size, subscription price per year, date 
Of establishment, editoi's and publisher's names, circulation, etc. 

n. 

A list of Towns and Cities in the United States and Territories, the Dominion of Canada and 
the British Colonies, in which newspapers or other periodicals are published; arranged 
alphabetically by counties, giving population, location, branch of industry from which it 
derives its importance, etc. 

m. 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals claiming more than 5,000 circulation each issue. 

IV. 
A list of Newspapers and Periodicals claiming more than 10,000 circulation each issue. 

V. 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals claiming more than 20,000 circulation each issue, with 
actual amount of circulation given in each case, according to the best accessible authority. 

VI. 

« A list of Religious Newspapers and Periodicals. 

VIE . 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals devoted to Agriculture and Horticulture. / TH U 

vin. 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals devoted to Medicine and Surgery. 

IX. 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals devoted to Educational matters. 

X. 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals devoted to the Amusement and Instruction of Children. 

XI. 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals devoted to Free-masonry, Odd-Fellowship and Tem- 
perance. 

xn. 

A list of Newspapers and Periodicals devoted to Commerce and Finance, Insurance, Real 
Estate, Mechanics, Law, Sporting, Music, and Woman's Rights. 

XIII. 

,A list of Newspapers and Periodicals printed wholly or in part in the German, French, Scan- 
dinaven, Spanish, Ilollandish, Italian, Welsh, and Bohemian languages. 

XIV. 

Newspaper Directory Advertiser. 

XV. 

A circular to Advertisers, containing the names of more than one thousand newspapers, among 
which will be found the best advertising mediums in America; also, estimates showing the 
cost of advertising, etc., etc. 

XVI. 
General Index. 

XVII. 
Index to Advertisements. 



ADVERTISERS GAZETTE, 

A MONTHLY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ADVERTISERS AND NEWSPAPER 

PUBLISHERS, CONTAINS CAREFULLY REVISED STATEMENTS OF ALL NEWSPAPER 

CHANGES. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2 PER ANNUM, m ADVANCE. 

EVERY SUBSCRIBER TO " G. P. ROWELL 4 CO'S AMERICAN 

NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY" IS ENTITLED TO 

THE "ADVERTISERS GAZETTE" 

ONE YEAR 

Free. 



I. 



A LIST OF THE NEWSPAPERS AND OTHER PERIODICALS IN THE UNITED STATES AND TERRITORIES, AND 
THE DOMINION OF CANADA AND BRITISH COLONIES ; ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY TOWNS, GIV- 
ING NAME, DAYS OF ISSUE, POLITICS OR GENERAL CHARACTER, FORM, SIZE, SUBSCRIPTION PRICK 
PER YEAR, DATE OF ESTABLISHMENT, EDITOR'S AND PUBLISHER'S NAMES, CIRCULATION, ETC. 



ALABAMA. 



ABBEVILLE, Henry Co. Register ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $3; established 1800; Kelly & Quillin, 
editors and publishers ; claims 500 circulation. 

ATHEIYS Post ; Saturdays ; independent ; four 
pages ; size 21x30 ; subscription $3; establish- 
ed 1855; T. B. Reynolds, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,500 circulation. 

BUTLER, Choctaw Herald; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 21x28; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1808; M. L. Yeatman, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

CAMDEJf, Wilcox Mews and Pacificator ; 
Tuesdays; democratic; four pages; size 22x32; 
subscription $3; established 1800; W. B. H. 
Howard, editor; F. P. M. Gilbert, proprietor. 

CAJIDEA', Wilcox Vindicator; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1807; C. L. Scott, editor 
and publisher. 

CABBOLLTOJV, W r est Alabamian; Wed- 
nesdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 21x34 ; 
subscription $3; established 1819; Henry & 
Gilbert, editors and publishers; claims over 
000 circulation. 

CEiYTRE, Cherokee Advertiser ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1800; John M. Cothrun, 
publisher; Mrs. Jane IT. Stiff, proprietor. 

CHAMBERS Tribune ; (no report.) 

CLAIBOKSE, Monroe Eagle ; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 28x12 ; subscrip- 
tion $3 ; established 1808 ; Rev. W. W. Spence, 
editor; S. B. Baird, publisher; claims 800 
circulation. 

CLAYTOA Banner ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 21x28; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1851 ; John Post, editor and publisher; 
claims 500 circulation. 

COLIIMBIA^A, Shelby Co. Guide ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription §2 50; established 1808; W. Roberts, 
editor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

DAOEVILLE, Tallapoosa JVcws ; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1850; J. W. Johnston, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 

DECATUR, Alabama Republican ; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 25x38; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1807; C. C. Sheats, 
editor and publisher. 

DEMOPOHS, Kew Era ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 22x32; subscription $ t ; 
established 1866; H. E. & F. A. Monroe, edit- 
ors and publishers; claims 500 circulation. 

ELYTOM Herald; Mondays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 24x34; subscription $2 60; estab- 
lished 1865; II. A. Bale, editor and publisher. 

FJEVl'LA We wsj tri-weekly; Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 23x32; subscription $9; established 
1800; John Black, editor and publisher. 



ALABAMA. 



EUTAW Wnig and Obsei-ver; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x30; sub- 
scription $4; established 1841; W. O. Monroe, 
editor and proprietor ; claims 000 to 700 circu- 
lation. 

FAYETTE Watchman; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size 23x33 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1852 ; James S. Harrison, editor and 
publisher; John C. Robertson, proprietor; 
claims 700 circulation. 

FROREACE Journal; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 21x34; subscription $3; David R. Lindsay, 
editor and publisher. 

FEORE.YtE, Literary Index ; Thursdays ; in- 
dependent; four pages; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1805 ; Isaac S. Barr, editor and publisher ; 
claims 300 circulation. 

GADSDEY, Republican Union ; Thurs- 
days; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $2; 
established 1809; P. J. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

GADSBE1V Times; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1807 ; L. W. Grant, editor and publisher ; 
claims 500 circulation. 

GAINESVILLE, Mews ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 10x22; subscription 
$2; established 1808; J. D. Co wand, editor and 
publisher. 

GREE1VSBORO, Alabama Beacon; Satur. 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 20x40 ; sub- 
scription $4; established 1840; John G. Harvey, 
editor and proprietor. 

GBEEiVVILLE Advocate ; tri-weekly; Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 24x30; subscription $0; estab- 
lished 1805; James M. Whitehead, editor; Jas. 
B. Stanley, publisher and proprietor; claims 
1,000 to 1,100 circulation. 

GROVE HIEE Herald ; (no report.) 

HAYiYEVILLE Chronicle ; (no report.) 

HAYjVESVIEEE Examiner; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1808; Brewer & Michael, 
editoi'S and publishers. 

HUA'TSVILLE Advocate; semi-weekly; 
Tuesdays and Fridays; republican; four 
pages; size 20x30; subscription $4; established 
1805; W. B. Figures, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 

HUIVTSVILLE Democrat ; every evening ex- 
cept Monday, and Weekly, Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size— daily 22x32, weekly 
25x38; subscription— daily $10, weekly ^es- 
tablished— daily 1808, weekly 1823; J. Withers 
Clay, editor and publisher. 

HUIVTSVILLE Independent; every morn- 
ing except Monday, and Weekly, Saturdays ; 
democratic; four pa#es; size — daily 22x32, 
weekly 26x40; subscription — daily $10", wceklv 
$3; established— daily 1866, weekly 1855; Dew, 
Young & Co., editors and publishers. 



GEO. P. ROWELL & CO'S 



ALABAMA. 



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JACKSON VI LLE Republican ; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x34 ; established 
1836 ; J. F. Grant, editor and publisher. 

JASPER, Watchman and. Vindicator ; Sat- 
urdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; 
subscription $2 50; established 186S ; Mullens 
& Callahan, editors and publishers. 

LA FAYETTE, Chambers Tribune ; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x34; sub- 
scription §3; established 1849; I. H.Vincent, 
editor; A. J. Richards & Co., publishers and 
proprietors; claims 500 circulation. 

LEBASTOJf, Republican Union ; Thursdays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 21x27 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 18G8; T. B. Collins, editor 
and publisher. 

LINDEN Jefferson inn ; (no report.) 

LIVINGSTON Journal; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 25x36 ; subscription $4 ; established 
1865; B. F. Herr, editor and publisher. 

LIVINGSTON Messenger ; (no report.) 

MARION Commonwealth ; Thursdays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$4; established 1850; Heidt & Cooke, editors 
and publishers; claims 1,250 circulation. 

MOBILE Evening News ; every day except 
Sundays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $15; J. Forsyth, editor; W. D. 
Mann, publisher and proprietor; published 
from the office of the Register. 

MOBILE Register ; every morning except 
Monday, and Weekly, Saturdays; democrat- 
ic ; daily four pages, weekly twelve pages ; size 
— daily*28x42, weekly 32x44*, and half sheet add- 
ed; subscription — daily §15, weekly $5; estab- 
lished 1820; J.Forsyth, editor; W. D. Mann, 
publisher and proprietor; claims largest cir- 
culation in the State. 

MOBILE Tribune ; every morning and even- 
ing except Mondays, and Weekly, Saturdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size — daily 26x38, 
weekly 32x14; subscription— daily $12, weekly 
$3 ; established 1828; J. It. Eggleston, editor; 
Eggleston, McGuire & Co., publishers. 

MOBILE, Nationalist; Mondays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $5; estab- 
lished 1805 ; Albert Griffin, editor and publisher. 

MOBILE, Presbyterian Index; Thursdays; 
presbyterian ; four pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $4 ; established 1866 ; Rev. J. II. Rice, D i)., 
editor; claims about 2,000 circulation; blanch 
office at New Orleans. 

MONROEVILLE, Monroe Journal ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; S. M. Davidson, 
editor and publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

MONTGOMERY Advertiser ; every morning 
and evening except Monday, and Weekly, 
Tuesdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size — daily 
21x36, weekly 27x40; subscription— daily $10, 
weekly $4 ; established 1830 ; W. W. Screws, ed- 
itor and publisher ; Robert Tyler, associate ed- 
itor; claims 800 daily circulation. 

MONTGOMERY, Alabama State Journal ; 
every evening except Monday, and 'Weekly ; 
.republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion—daily $10, weekly $2; established 1867; 
John G. Stokes, editor; State Journal Associa- 
tion, publishers; 1,300 positive circulation. 

MONTGOMERY Mail ; every morning except 
Sundays, and Weekly, Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size — daily 24x36, weekly 
28x42; subscription— daily $10, weekly $3 50; 
Joseph Hodgson, editor; G. H. Gibson & Co., 
publishers and proprietors. 
MONTGOMERY, Capital City Record ; Mon- 
days ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $3 5 J ; 
established 1868; Ben. H. Screws, editor and 
publisher. 
MONTGOMERY, Church Register; Thurs- 
days; protestant episcopal: four pages; size 
21x38; subscription $4 ; established 1868; Rev. 
J. II. Ticknor, editor and publisher; claims 
1,000 circulation. 
MONTICELLO Star ; (no report.) 
MOULTON Advertiser ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
r our pages: size 23x32; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1835 ; White & Harris, editors and pub- 
lishers ; claims 460 circulation. 
NEWTON Advertiser ; (no report.) 



ALABAMA. 



NEWTON, Southern Star ;. Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1867 ; Adams & Hawley , ed- 
itors and publishers. 

NOTASULGA, Universalist Herald ; semi- 
monthly ; universalist ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $2; established 1847; JohnC.Bur- 
russ, editor and publisher; claims 1,200 circu- 
lation. 

OPELIKA, Locomotive; tri-weekly; Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $5; es- 
tablished 1869; Moore & Logan, editors and 
publishers. 

OPELIKA, East Alabama Monitor ; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 22x32: es- 
tablished 1868; J. W. Phillips, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 400 circulation. 

OPELIKA Recorder; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x34; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1S66 ; J.M.Kennedy, editor and publisher. 

PRATTSVILLE, Autauga Citizen; Thurs 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $3; established 1853; William C. 
Howell, editor and publisher; claims 800 cir- 
culation. 

SCOTTSBORO, Southern Industrial Her- 
ald ; Thursdays ; democratic ; lour pages ; size 
24x37; subscription $3; established 1868; A. 
Snodgrass, editor and publisher. 

SELMA Press; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $6 ; established 
1869; James Shaw & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

SELMA Times ; every morning except Mon- 
days, and "Weekly, Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 28x42; subscription— daily 
$10 ; weekly $3 ; established 1865 ; Robt. McKee, 
editor; M.J. Williams & Co., publishers. 

STEVENSON New Era ; Fridays : democratic ; 
four pages; size 21x26; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1868; L. L. Parham, editor; Crawford 
& Parham, publishers. 

TALLADEGA, Alabama Reporter ; Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x32 : sub- 
scription $3; established 1844; Cross & Cruik- 
shank, editors and publishers; claims 700 cir- 
culation. 

TALLADEGA, Our Mountain Home ; Tues- 
days ; democratic ; eight pages ; size 26x38 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1868; Moseley Bros., 
editors and proprietors. 

TALLADEGA, Watchtower ; (no report.) 

TROY, Messenger and Advertiser ; Mon- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x33; sub- 
scription $2; established 1867; John P. Hub- 
bard, editor; Hobbie & Blan, publishers and 
proprietors. 

TUSCUMBIA, Christian Herald ; Thursdays ; 
baptist; eight pages; size 26x38; subscription 
$2 50; established 1865; J. D. M. Cates, editor; 
Joseph Shackelford, publisher; claims 600 cir- 
culation. 

TUSCUMBIA, North Alabamian and 
Times ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; 
subscription $2 50 ; established 1833 ; Shackel- 
ford & Sloss, editors and publishers. 

TUSKALOOSA, Independent Monitor ; 
Tuesdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $4 ; established 1S40 ; R. Randolph , 
editor and publisher. 

TUSCALOOSA Observer ; (no report.) 

TUSKEGEE News; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription $3; established 1865; 
A. F. Henderson & Co., editors and publishers. 

UNION SPRINGS Times; Wednesdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$3 ; established I860 ; G. M. Drake, editor and 
publisher; R. H. Powell, associate editor. 

UNIONTOWN Herald ; (no report.) 

WETUMPKA Gazette ; Tuesdays ; four pages ; 
size 22x32; subscription $3: established 1869; 
H. P. Screws, editor and publisher. 

ARKANSAS. 

ARKADELPHIA, Southern Standard ; Sat- 
urdays; democratic; four pages; size 24x34; 
subscription $3; established 1868; Goulding & 
Clark, editors and publishers. 



AMERICAN NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY. 



AUKAXSAS. 



.AUGUSTA Chronicle! (no report.) 

AUGUSTA Sentinel ; (noreport.) 

MATHSViLLio.Xoi'tiiArkausnsTiraesi Sat- 
urdays; democratic; four pages; Bize 22x32; 
subscription S3; established 1886; Maxwell & 
Perin, editors and publishers. 

BATESV1LLE Republican; Saturdays; rc- 
pablican ; four pages; size 21x34; subscription 
$2; established 1867 ; James W. Silver, editor; 
M. McCanany, publisher. 

BK\TO.\viLi;i<;, Southern Beacon; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 23x32; sub- 
scription ;.-■-'; established 1867; J. H. Carter, 
editor; \i. B. Devin, publisher; claims 1,000 
circulation. 

CAMDEN, Tri-Wcekly Bulletin; Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Sat- 
urdays; democratic; four pages; size— tri- 
weekly 33x32, weekly 25x37 ; subscription— tri- 
weekly $8, weekly $260; established 1868; T. 
P. Dockerty & Co., editors and publishers. 

CAMDE1V, South Arkansas Journal; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 24x38; 
subscription $4; established 1867; Elliott & 
Whyte, editors and publishers; claims 550 
circulation. 

CLAKKSVILLE, Arkansas Standard; Tues- 
days: republican; four pages; size 25x38: sub- 
scription 33; established 1887; James V. Fitch, 
editor and publisher. 

CLARKSVILLE Democrat ; (no report.) 

DES ARC Citizen ; Tuesdays ; democratic ; 
four paces: size 28x12 ; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1854; N. B. Guir & A. C. Matthews, 
editors; E. H. Poe, publisher; claims 800 
circulation. 

PES ARC Crescent; (noreport.) 

DE WITT, Arkansas Elector; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion S3 ; established 1887 ; E. Lambert Johnson, 
editor and publisher. 

ELDORADO Democrat; no (report.) 

FAYETTEVILLE Democrat ; Saturdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1868; E. B. & W. B. Moore, 
editors and publishers. 

FAYETTEVILLE, Mountain Echo ; Thurs- 
days; Republican; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription $250; established 1867; Richardson 
& Bard, editors and publishers; claims 700 
circulation. 

FORT SMITH Herald; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
S3: established 1847; John F. Wheeler, editor 
and publisher; circulation about 500. 

FORT SMITH JVew Era ; Wednesdays ; re- 
publican: four pages; size 24x37; subscription 
$3; established 1863; Valentine Dell, editor and 
publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

HAMBURG, Ashley County Times ; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $3 ; 
established 1866; Van Gilder & Clyde, editors 
and publishers; the only paper in Ashley Co. 

HELEiYA Clarion ; Thursdays ; democratic; 
four pages; size 25x38; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1865; Oscar Burnett & Co., editors and 
publishers. 

HELENA, Southern Shield; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 23x33; subscrip- 
tion £3: established 1840; M. II. Wygant, editor; 
C. W. U nde rwood & Co., publishers. 

JACKSOATOBT Herald; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$3; established i860; Lynn & Gill, editors and 
publishers; claims 450 circulation. 

JOYESBOUO Register; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages : size 22x32 ; subscription $3 ; 
established 1867; J. A. C. Jackson, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,500 circulation, which it 
says is the largest in north-east Arkansas. 

LAKE VILLAGE, Chicot Press; (noreport.) 

LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas Ciazette ; every 
morning except Monday, and Weekly, Tues- 
days: democratic j four pages; size— daily 
2>\.;s, weekly 2s.\42; subscription— daily $10, 
weekly $3; established 1819; Woodruff ABloch- 
er, editors and publishers; claims 1,000 daily, 
and 2,500 weekly circulation. 

LITTLE ROCK, Morning Republican; ev- 
ery morning except Sunday, and Arkansas 



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Republican, Wednesdays; tour pages; size 
—daily 28x41. weekly 80s 18; subscription— daily 
$10, weekly f 8; established 1867; Jno.G.Prlce, 

. editor; .tunes & 1'riee, pnl ilishers. 

LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas Baptist; Wednes- 
days; baptist; four pages; si/.e 25x38; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1808; N. 1'. Moore 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas Christian Ad- 
vocate ; Thursdays ; methodist; four pages; 
size 26x38; subscription $3; established 1865; 
Rev. J. E.Cobb, editor; J. E.Walker, publisher. 

MADISOiV Free Press; (noreport.) 

MAGNOLIA, Columbia County Vindicator ; 
Saturdays; democratic; four pages ; size 26x38 ; 
subscription $3; established 1866; Wm. W. 
Wiggs, editor and publisher. 

MOA'TICELLO Guardian; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 22x28; subscription 
$3; established 1865; W. F. Bessellieu, editor 
and publisher. 

PIJVE BLUFF, Jefferson Republican; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$3; established 1868; S.W.Mallory, editor; John 
L. Bowers, publisher; claims 400 circulation. 

POCAHOATAS, Rlack River Standard; 
Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; 
subscription $2; established 1807; Poindexter 
& Synder, editors and publishers. 

SEARCY, White County Record; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x33 ; sub- 
scription $3; established 1866; Jacob Frolick, 
Jr., editor and publisher. 

SMITHVILLE, Sketch Book; monthly; 
baptist; eight pages; size 18x24; subscription 
40 cents; established 1868; J. W. Townsend, 
editor and publisher. 

VAX BCREJY Press; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 23x34; subscription S3; estab- 
lished 1863 ; J. S. Dunham, editor and publisher. 

WASHINGTON Post; Thursdays : four pages : 
size 26x38; subscription $3; established 1868; 
Jas. Torrans, editor and publisher. 

WASHINGTON Telegraph ; Wednesdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 26x30; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1S41; J. R. Eakin & W. H. 
Etter, editors; John P. Etter, publisher. 

CALIFOIiXIA. 

AUBURN, Placer Herald ; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x34; subscription $5; 
established 1851 ; Joseph Walkup & Co., editors 
and publishers ; circulation about 900. 

AUBURN, Stars and Stripes ; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$5; established 1863; Hart Fellows, editor and 
publisher ; circulation about 900. 

BENICIA, Pacific Churchman; Thursdays; 
protectant episcopal ; eight pages ; size 26x38 ; 
subscription $5; established 1865; edited by 
the clergy of St. Augustine college. 

BOULDER Pioneer; (noreport.) 

CHICO, California Caucasian; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 23x32; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1868; L.P.Hall, editor and 
publisher. 

CHICO Courant; Fridays; republican; four 
pages; size 23x32; subscription $3 50; estab- 
lished 1865 ; A.W. Bishop, editor and publisher ; 
claims 600 circulation. 

CHICO Press ; (no report.) 

COLUSA Sun; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 23x32; subscription $5; established 
1861 ; W. S. Green, editor and pubb- 1 ; circu- 
lation about 600. 

DOWNIEVILLE, Mountain Messenger; 
Saturdays; republican ; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $4 ; established 1854 ; J. A. Vaughn 
& Co., editors and publishers; circulation 
about 1,000. 

EUREKA, Humboldt Times ; Saturdays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$5; established 1853; J. E. Wyman, editor ami 
pub lisher; circulation about 1,100. 

EUREKA Journal; (noreport.) 

FOLSOM, Telegraph; Saturdays: republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 23x32; subscription $5; 
established 1855 ; P. J. Happer, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation about 800. 



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GRASS VALLEY, National ; every day ex- 
cept Sunday; democratic; four pages; size 
18x24; subscription $12; established 1857; Na- 
tional Publishing Co., editors and publishers ; 
circulation about 450. 

GRASS VALLEY Union ; every day except 
Sunday ; independent ; four pages ; size 20x30 ; 
subscription $10; established 1864; Byrne & 
Mitchell, editors and publishers; circulation 
about 300. 

GIX.RO Y Advocate ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $5 ; estab- 
lished 1868 ; Hanson & Macy, editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulation about 700. 

HAVILAH Courier ; Tuesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 21x28; subscription $5; es- 
tablished 1865 ; A. D. Jones & Co., editors and 
publishers ; circulation about 550. 

HEALDSBURG, Democratic Standard ; Sat- 
urdays; democratic; eight pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $4; established 1864 ; A. L. Boggs, 
editor and publisher; circulation about 900. 

JACKSON, Amador Dispatch ; Saturdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1858; Wm. M. Penry, edit- 
or and publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

JACKSON, Amador Ledger ; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 21x28 ; subscription 
$4; established 1855; T. A. Springer, editor 
and publisher; circulation about 700. 

IAHEPOUT, Clear Lake Courier; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 1Sx24 ; sub- 
scription $4 ; established 1866 ; J. H. F. Farley, 
editor and publisher; circulation about 600. 

LOS ANGELES News ; every day except Sun- 
day, and Weekly ; democratic ; four pages ; 
established 1858; A. J. King & Co., editors and 
publishers ; circulation about 900. 

LOS ANGELES Republican ; Saturdays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size 21x28; subscription 
$5; established 1866; Jesse Yarnell, editor and 
publisher; circulation about 900. 

LOS ANGELES Star; Saturdays; indepen- 
dent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1861; H. Hamilton, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MARIPOSA Gazette; (no report.) 

MARIPOSA Mail; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $5 ; established 
1866 ; Angevine Reynolds, editor and publish- 
er; claims 000 circulation. 

MABTISEZ, California Express ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; sub- 
scription $5; established 1868; Alex. Mont- 
gomery, editor and publisher; circulation 700 
to 800. 

MARYSVILLE Appeal; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and Weekly, Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size — daily 24x36, week- 
ly 28x12 ; subscription — daily $10, weekly $5; 
established — daily 1859, weekly 1861; Appeal 
Association, editors and publishers. 

MOKELUMNE HILL,Calaverus Chronicle; 
Saturdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $4; established 1860; Charles B. 
Higby, editor and publisher. 

MONITOR, Alpine Miner; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 21x28; subscription 
$5; established 1863; S. G. Lewis, editor and 
publisher; claims 300 circulation. 

MOA'TEREY, Clerk Recorder ; (no report.) 

MONTEREY Democrat; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic : four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription $4 ; 
established 1868; Gregory & Johnson, editors 
and publishers ; circulation about 600. 

MONTEKEY Gazette; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $5; 
established 1863; DeVVitt Hubbell, editor and 
publisher. 

NAPA CITY, Napa Register ; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$4; established 1863; R. T. Montgomery, editor 
and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

NAPA CITY, Napa County Reporter; Sat- 
urdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; 
subscription $4; established 1866; Lank EHg- 
gins, editor and publisher; claims 900 circula- 
tion. 

WAV ADA Gazette ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays; republi- 



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can; lour pages; size— daily 18x24, weekly 
23x32; subscription— daily $10, weekly $4; es- 
tablished—daily 1863, weekly 1867; Edwin F. 
Bean, editor and publisher; circulation daily 
about 400, weekly 600. 

NAVADA Transcript ; every morning except 
Monday; republican; four pages; size 18x24; 
subcription $12; established i860; Brown & 
Deal, editors and publishers. 

OAKLAND News ; every morning except 
Sunday; republican; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $10; established 1863; William 
Gagan, editor and publisher; circulation 
about 1,000. 

OAKLAND Transcript ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; independent; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $5; established 1868; O. P. 
Truesdell, editor and publisher; claims 250 
circulation. 

OAKLAND Democrat ; (no report.) 

ORO VILLE, Butte Record ; Saturdays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1860; circulation about 
600. 

PACHECO, Contra Costa Gazette ; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 26x38; subscription 
$4; established 1858; Bunker & Porter, editors 
and publishers. 

PETALUMA, Journal & Argus ; Thursdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $4 ; established 1854 ; Samuel Cassidy, ed- 
itor and publisher; circulation about 1,200. 

PLACER VILLE, Mountain Democrat ; Sat- 
urdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $5; established 1853; D. W. Gel- 
wicks, editor and publisher. 

QUINCY, Plumas National ; Thursdays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size 23x32; subscription 
$5; established 1863; L. C. Charles, editor; cir- 
culation about 750. 

QXTINCY Union ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 23x32 ; subscription $5; established 
1862; W. W. Kellogg, editor and publisher; 
claims 450 circulation. 

RED BLUFF Independent; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription 
$4 ; established 1860 ; Woodman & Clark, editors 
and publishers ; claims 450 circulation. 

RED BLUFF Observer; (no report.) 

RED BLUFF, Sentinel; Saturdays : democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription $4 ; es- 
tablished 1866; A. Townsend, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

REDWOOD CITY, San Mateo Gazette ; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 23x32: 
subscription $4; established 1858 ; Schofleld & 
Warren, editors and publishers; circulation 
about 900. 

SACRAMENTO Bee ; every evening except 
Sundays; Semi-Weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription 
— daily $10, semi-weekly $4; L. P. Davis & Co., 
editors and publishers ; claim the largest city 
circulation of any paper in Sacramento. 

SACBAMEiVTO Record ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; republican; four pages; size 
23x32; subscription $10; established 1867; J. J. 
Keegan & Co., editors and publishers. 

SACRAMENTO, State Capital Reporter; 
every morning except Monday, and Weekly, 
Saturdays; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription— daily $12, weekly $4; estab- 
lished 1868; Reporter Printing Association, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

SACRAMENTO Union; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and 'Weekly, Saturdays; repub- 
lican ; daily four pages ; weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 24x36, weekly 36x48 ; subscription — 
daily $16, weekly $5; established 1851 ; James 
Anthony & Co., editors and publishers. 

SACRAMENTO Journal ; semi-weekly ; Wed- 
nesdays and Saturdays ; German ; neutral ; 
four pages; size 23x32; subscription $5 ; estab- 
lished 1868; K. F. Wiemeyer & Co., editors and 
publishers. 

SACRAMENTO, Rescue ; Saturdays; temper- 
ance ; four pages ; size 24x36; subscription $3 ; 
established 1863; Wm. H. Mills, editor and pub- 
lisher; official organ of the good templar or- 
ganization of the State ; circulation about 1,500. 



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SAN BKUMBDO, Guardian ; Saturdays; 
neutral; lour pages; size 84232; subscription 
$:>: established 1867; Margetson & Waite, edit- 
ors and publishers. 
SAIV DIEGO I'nion: Saturdays; democratic; 
tour pages; size 23x32; subscription $5; estab- 
lished 18IKS; E. Bushvhcad, editor and publish- 
er; formerly printed at San Andreas under the 
name of Register. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Abend Post; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly ; republican; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription— daily $10, 
weekly $4; established 1859; M. Cohnheim, ed- 
itor; Lawler. Ilusner & Cohnheim, publishers; 
claims :i,0(Mt daily and 2,000 weekly circulation. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Alta California; every 
morning ; independent ; four pages ; size 31x4!) ; 
subscription $18; established 1849; M.G.Upton, 
Noah Brooks and J. S. Hittell, editors; Fred'k 
MacCrellish and Wm. A. Woodward, publish- 
ers and proprietors; circulation 10,000. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Bulletin ; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays ; 
republican; daily four pages; weekly eight 
pages; size — daily 28x42; subscription — daily 
$12, weekly $5; San Francisco Bulletin Co., 
editors and publishers; special edition pub- 
lished for the steamers the day before sailing. 
SAN FRANCISCO, California Demokrat ; 
every morning except Sunday ; German ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 28x40: subscription 
$12; established 1852; Fred'k Hess & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers. 
SAN FRANCISCO Courier; every morning 
except Monday, and W T eekly, Saturdays ; 
French ; independent ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; 
subscription — daily $24, weekly $10; establish- 
ed 1&52 ; E. Derbec and Emil Marque, editors; 
E. Derbec, publisher; an edition is published 
for the European steamers at $0 ; circulation 
of dailv about 3,000. 
SAN FRANCISCO, »aily Critic; (no report.) 
SAN FRANCISCO, Dramatic Review ; every 
morning ; four pages ; size 18x24 ; established 
1860; Prentice Mulford, editor; John White & 
Co., publishers; a theatrical advertising me- 
dium, with a gratuitous circulation claimed 
to be 8,000 daily; also used as a programme in 
several places of amusement. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Examiner ; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly, Satur- 
days; democratic; daily four pages; weekly 
eight pages; size— daily 20x38, weekly 32x45*; 
subscription— daily $10, weekly $5 ; B. F. Wash- 
ington, editor; Wm. S. Moss &*Co., publishers. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Figaro ; every day ex- 
cept Sunday; theatrical; four pages; size 
16x22; established 18G8; Augustus K. Henry, 
editor and publisher ; a theatrical advertising 
medium, with a gratuitous circulation, and 
issued in the theatres for a programme. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Independent IHspatcli ; 
every evening except Sunday, and 'Weekly 
Saturdays; democratic; daily four pages; 
weekly eight pages; size— daily 23x32, weekly 
32x45; subscription— daily $5, weeklv $4; es- 
tablished—daily 18(57, weekly 1865; J.F.Linthi- 
cum, editor; Occidental and Vanguard Asso- 
ciation, publishers. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Morning Call; every 
morning except Monday, and Weekly Call, 
Thursdays; democratic; daily four pages; 
weekly eight pages; size— daily 24x36; sub- 
scription—daily $5, weeklv $3; established- 
daily 1856, weekly 1868; P. B. Forster & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 14,000 circulation, 
which is also claimed to be the largest of any 
paper in San Francisco. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Morning Chronicle; 
every morning and evening; independent; 
four pages ; size 23x32; subscription $5; estab- 
lished L868; Charles DeYoung & Co., editors 
and publishers; claims 12,500 circulation. 
™ AN FRANCISCO, Times ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays; 
independent; daily four pages; weekly eight 
pages; size— daily 26x38, weekly 38x52; sub- 
scription—daily $12, weeklv $5; established 
1866; Louis C. Gunn, editor; Times Publishing 
Co., publishers ; the Saturday's edition of daily 



is eight pages, 38x52; the Steamer Times, 88x62, 
published previous to the departure of each 
Panama steamer; subscription $5. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Commercial Record ; tri- 
weekly ; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; 
commercial ; one page; size 14x26; subscrip- 
tion $6; established 1886; F. K. Voigt, editor 
and publisher; printed on one side and placed 
in frames in business offices for convenient 
reference; claims 2,500 circulation. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Guide ; tri-weekly ; Mon- 
days, Wednesdays and Fridays; a commer- 
cial calendar; one page; size 14x18; sub- 
scription $5; established 1863; B. C. Vandall, 
editor and publisher; printed on one side and 
placed in frames in business offices for con- 
venient reference; claims 3,000 circulation. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Ea Voce del Popolo ; tri- 
weekly ; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ; 
Italian; four pages; size 20x38; subscription 
$10 ; established 1868; G. Norton, editor. 

SAN FRANCISCO, L'Eco della Patria ; semi- 
weekly ; Wednesdays and Saturdays; Italian; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $10 ; estab- 
lished 1859; Frederico Biesta, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SAN FRANCISCO, La Voz de Chile y El 
Neiwo 31 mul o ; semi-weekly ; Tuesdays and 
Fridays; Spanish; democratic; four pages; 
size 26x38; subscription $10; established 1862; 
Felipe Fierro, editor and publisher; the or- 
gan of the Chilians resident in California; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Commercial Herald and 
Market Review ; four pages ; size 26x38; sub- 
scription $9; established 1867; H. Channing 
Beals, editor; John H. Carmany & Co., pub- 
lishers; issued every steamer day and devoted 
to commercial and" financial matters and the 
market reports. The San, Francisco Market 
Review is issued on letter sheet simultaneously 
with above especially for transmission abroad. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Californian ; Saturdays 
literary; four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1861; the Californian Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and publishers; about 2,500 
circulation. 

SAN FRANCISCO, California Christian Ad- 
vocate ; Thursdays ; methodist episcopal ; four 
pages; size 26x38; subscription $3 50; estab- 
lished 1852; H.C.Benson, editor; E.Thomas, 
publisher ; circulation about 2,000. 

SAN FRANCISCO, California Farmer ; 
Thursdays; agricultural; eight pages; size 
29x42 ; subscription $5; Warren & Co., editors 
and publishers ; claims to be the only agricul- 
tural paper on the Pacific coast, and has about 
2,500 circulation. 

SAN FRANCISCO, California Police Ga- 
zette ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $5; established 1859; F. 8. Harlow, 
publisher; devoted to the record of criminal 
news and events of interest to the general 
reader. 

SAN FRANCISCO, California Spirit of the 
Times ; Saturdays; sporting; four pages; size 
26x38; subscription $5; established 18.54; Chase 
& Boduck, editors and publishers. 

SAN FRANCISCO, California Weekly Mer- 
cury ; Sundays ; eight pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $4; established 1862; Stevens & 
Prouse, editors and publishers; Charles L. 
Wiggin, masonic editor; devoted to literature 
and current events, with a masonic depart- 
ment, and claims 4,000 circulation. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Elevator; Fridays; four 
pages; size 21x29; subscription $5; estab- 
lished 1865; P. A. Bell, editor and publisher; 
devoted to the interests of the colored popula- 
tion and has about 800 circulation. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Evangel; Thursdays: 
baptist; four pages; size 26x38; subscription 
$4; established 1857; Hilton & Cheever, editors 
and publishers. 
SAN FRANCISCO, Golden City; Sundays; 
four pages; size 28x42: subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1867; J.M.Foard, G. B. Densmore and 
T. J. Foard, editors and publishers ; devoted to 
literature and general intelligence, and has 
about 3,000 circulation. 



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SAN FRANCISCO, Golden Era, Saturdays; 
neutral literary ; eight pages ; size 32x45 ; sub- 
scription $5; established 1852; Charles S. Capp, 
editor and publisher ; claims to be the oldest 
and best literary paper on the Pacific coast. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Hebrew; Saturdays; 
Jewish ; eight pages ; subscription $5 ; estab- 
lished 1883; Conrad Jacoby, editor; Philo 
Jacobv, publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Hebrew Observer; Fri- 
days; Jewish; eight pages; size 28x42; sub- 
scription $5; established 1856; Wm. Saalburg, 
editor and publisher; circulation about 1,200. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Irish News; Saturdays; 
four pages; size 20x38; subscription $5; estab- 
lished 1859; Jeffrey Nunan, editor and pub- 
lisher; devoted to Irish news and matters of 
general interest to Irishmen. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Le National ; Mondays ; 
French: four pages; size 2Gx3S; established 
18(34: T. Thiele & Co., editors and publishers. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Mining and Scientific 
Press; Saturdays; sixteen pages; size 32x46; 
subscription $5 ; established 1800; W. B. Ewer, 
senior editor; Dewey & Co., publishers; a 
journal of useful arts, science, and mining and 
mechanical progress. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Monitor; Saturdays; 
catholic; eight pages; size 32x45; subscription 
$5 ; established 1858 ; Lyons & Barry, editors and 
publishers; the only catholic paper on the 
Pacific coast, and claims 8,000 circulation. 

SAN FRANCISCO News Letter and Califor- 
nia Advertiser ; Saturdays ; sixteen pages ; 
size 36x48; subscription $10"; established 1856; 
Frederick Marriott, editor and publisher. 

SAN FRANCISCO, New Age ; Saturdays ; I. O. 
O. F. ; sixteen pages; size 30x48; subscription 
$5; established 1885; Frank B.Austin, editor; 
Odd Fellows' Mew Age Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; Daniel Norcross, manager; official or- 
gan of odd fellowship in the Pacific States; 
claims 3,000 circulation. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Occident; Saturdays; 
presbyterian ; sixteen pages ; subscription $4 ; 
established 1867; Rev. James Eells, D. D., ed- 
itor ; Rev. E. B. Walsworth, assistant editor; H. 
H. Bancroft & Co., publishers. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Our Mazeppa ; Saturdays ; 
sporting; four pages; size 18x24; subscription 
$5; established 1804; T. Hvlton. proprietor. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Pacific; Thursdays; con- 
gregationalist ; eight pages; size 31x50; sub- 
scription $4; established 1851; Rev. J. A. 
Benton & Rev. S. V. Blakeslee, editors; J. H. 
Carmanv & Co., publishers. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Pacific Gospel Herald ; 
Wednesdays ; eight pages ; size 28x42 ; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1866; S. K. Hallan and J. 
W. Craycraft, editors; J. W. Craycraft, pub- 
lisher; devoted to the deciples (Campbellites) 
on the Pacific coast. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Spectator ; Thursdays ; 
methodist; eight pages; size 28x40; sub- 
scription $4; established 1885; Klose & Fitzger- 
ald, editors and publishers; claims 3,000 circu- 
lation. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Stock Circular; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 11x17; II. Channing 
Be'als, editor; John H. Carmany & Co., pub- 
lishers ; printed on a. letter sheet especially for 
transmission abroad. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Stock Reporter ; (no re- 
port.) 

SAN FRANCISCO, Weekly Gossip; (no re- 
port.) 

SAN FRANCISCO, California China Mail 
and Flying Dragon ; monthly ; eight pages ; 
size 21x28 ; "published for circulation in the 
China ports. 

SAN FRANCISCO, California Medical Ga- 
zette ; monthly ; thirty-two pages : size of page 
8x11 ; subscription $5; established 1868; Thos. 
Bennett, M. D., editor; A. Roman & Co., pub- 
lishers. 

SAN FRANCISCO, California Teacher; 
monthly; thirty-two pages octavo; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1862 ;0. P. Fitzgerald and W. 
T. Lucky, editors; Board of Education, pub- 
lishers. 



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SAN FRANCISCO, Norcross Advertiser ; 

monthly; eight pages; size 23x32; subscription 
25 cents ; established 1868; Norcross & Co., pub- 
lishers. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Overland Monthly; 
monthly; sixty-four pages octavo; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1868; Frank Bret Harte, 
editor; A. Roman & Co., publishers; claims 
5,000 circulation. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Pacific Medical and Sur- 
gical Journal ; monthly ; sixty-four pages 
octavo ; subscription $5 ; established 1858 ; Hen- 
ry Gibbons, editor; H. II. Bancroft & Co., pub- 
lishers. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Spare Hour ; monthly ; 
baptist; four pages; size 21x2S; subscription 
$1 ; established 1868; H. A. Sawtelle, editor and 
publisher. 

SAN FRANCISCO, El Rien Social; (no report.) 

SAN FRANCISCO, Musical Circular ; (no re- 
port.) 

SAN FRANCISCO, Musical Gazette ; (no re- 
port.) 

SAN FRANCISCO, Pacific Hygene ; (no re- 
port.) 

SAN FRANCISCO, Real Estate Circular ; 
(no report.) 

SAN FRANCISCO, Social Voices ; (no report.) 

SAN JOSE, Argus ; every day except Sunday, 
and Santa Clara Argus, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size — daily 23x32, weekly 
24x36; subscription— daily $10, weekly $5; es- 
tablished-daily 1868 ; W. A. Jannary, editor and 
publisher ; circulation— daily 300, weekly 800. 

SAN JOSE Patriot ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and Weekly; republican ; four pages ; 
size— daily 23x32, weekly 24x36; subscription — 
daily $10, weekly $5; established 1863; F. B. 
Murdock, editor and publisher; daily circula- 
tion about 500. 

SAN JOSE Mercury ; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 20x38 ; subscription $5 ; estab- 
lished 1852; Owen & Cottle, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

SAN JOSE, Saturday Advertiser ; Saturdays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 21x28 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1866; C. L. Yates, editor 
and publisher. 

SAN LEANBRO, Alameda Beniocrat ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $5; established 1868; A. H. Griffith, 
editor and publisher; about 700 circulation. 

SAN LEANBRO, Alameda County Gazette ; 
Saturdays; republican; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $4; established 1855; George B. 
Staniford, editor and publisher; about 900 cir- 
culation. 

SAN LUIS OBISPO Pioneer; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 21x28; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1868; Rome G. Vickers, 
editor andpublisher ; about 900 circulation. 

SAN RAFAEL, Marion County Journal ; 
Saturdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 21x28 ; 
subscription $4 ; established 1861 ; J. A. Barney, 
editor and publisher; about 800 circulation. 

SANTA BARBARA Post ; Saturdays ; neutral ; 
four pages; size 21x28; subscription $5; estab- 
lished 1888; E. B. Boust, editor and publisher; 
about 600 circulation. 

SANTA CLARA News ; Saturdays ; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $5; 
established 1867; John M. Sullivan, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

SANTA CLARA Union ; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $4 ; 
established 186S; Swinnerton & Swinnerton, 
editors and publishers ; about 700 circulation. 

SANTA CRUZ Journal ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1868; James Galway, editor and 
publisher; about 900 circulation. 

SANTA CRUZ Mercury ; (no report.) 

SANTA CRUZ Sentinel ; Saturdays; neutral; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $5; estab- 
lished 1855; Kooser & Co., editors and publish- 
ers ; about 800 circulation. 

SANTA CRUZ, Santa Cruz Co. Times ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; sub- 
scription $5; established 1862; G. T. Hoff & Co., 
editors and publishers; about 900 circulation. 



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SANTA ROSA, Sonoma Democrat ; Satur- 
days; democratic; eight pages; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $4; established is">7 ; Peabody, Farrell 

& Co., editors ami publishers; claims 1,100 cir- 
culation. 

SHASTA Courier; Saturdays; four pases; size 
23x33 ; subscription s?. r >; established I860; J. J. 
Conny, editor and publisher; about 750 circula- 
tion. 

SILVER MOUNTAIN, Alpine Chronicle ; 
Saturdays; republican; lour pages; size 23x32; 
subscription $•">; established 1864; It. M. & A.C. 
F< tiger, editors and publishers ; about 500 circu- 
lation. 

SILVER MOUNTAIN, Silver Miner; Satur- 
days; neutral; lour pages; size 21x27; sub- 
scription §5; established 1868; Thomas M. Leg- 
gett, editor ami publisher; printed at the of- 
lice of the Alpine Miner, Monitor. 

SNELLING, Nercetl Herald ; Saturdays ; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1808; ltobert J. Steele, editor aud 
publisher; about 700 circulation. 

SONORA, Union Democrat ; Saturdays ; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1801 ; Win. Arthur, editor and pub- 
lisher ; about 500 circulation. 

STOCKTON Gazette ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly , Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size — daily 23x32, weekly 24x36; 
subscription— daily $10, weekly $5 ; established 
— daily I860, weekly 1807 ; Philip L. Shoaff, edit- 
or and publisher; claims daily 500 and weekly 
900 circulation ; the only daily democratic pa- 
per in San Joaquin Valley. 

STOCKTON Herald ; every evening except 
Sunday ; independent ; four pages ; size 18x24 ; 
subscription $10; established 1805; Wm. Brien, 
editor aud publisher; about 400 circulation. 

STOCKTON Independent ; every day except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays ; republican ; 
daily four pages; weekly eight pages; size — 
daily 24x36, weekly 26x40 ; subscription — daily 
$10, weekly $5; established 1860; H. Clayes, ed- 
itor; claims daily 600, weekly 1,000 circulation. 

STOCKTON, PacificObserver; Wednesdays; 
presbyterian ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $4; Rev. T. M. Johnson editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SUISUN, Solano Herald ; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $5; 
established 1855 ; O. B. Powers & Co., editors 
and publishers ; about 900 circulation. 

SUISUN, Solano Press ; Wednesdays ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $5 ; es- 
tablished 1861; Geo. A. Gillespie & Co., editors 
and publishers; about 800 circulation. 

SUISUN, Solano Sentinel ; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1868 ; Johnson & Jones, editors and 
publishers. 

SUSANVILLE, Lassen Sage Brush ; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 21x28; subscription $4; 
established 1864; John C. Partridge, editor 
and publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

TRUCHEE Tribune ; Saturdays ; neutral ; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $5 ; established 
1868; J. W. Ferguson & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; about 600 circulation. 

TUOLUMNE CITY News ; Fridays ; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription $5 ; es- 
tablished 1868; J. D. Spencer, editor and pub- 
lisher; about 500 circulation. 

UKIAH CITY, Mendocino Democrat; Fri- 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $4 ; 
established 1865 ; M. Lynch, editor and publish- 
er; claims 500 circulation. 

UKIAH CITY, Mendocino Herald ; Fridays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 24x29 ; subscrip- 
tion $5 ; established 1861 ; E. R. Budd, editor and 
publisher; about 650 circulation. 

VALLEJO, Recorder; semi-weekly; Tues- 
days and Fridays ; independent ; four pages ; 
size 23x32; subscription $5; established 1867; 
George A. Poor, editor and publisher; claims 
COO circulation. 

VALLEJO Chronicle; Saturdays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $4; 
established 1867; Leach & Gregg, editors and 
publishers; about 700 circulation. 



CALIFORNIA. 



visalia Delta; Wednesdays; republican; 

four pages; size 23x32; subscription §5; estab- 
lished 1862 ; Briggs & Bowman, editors and pub- 
lishers; about 600 circulation. 

VISALIA, Tulare Times; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 23x32; subscription $">; 
established i860; B. 11. Shearer, editor and pub- 
lisher; about 600 circulation. 

WATSOMV1LLE, Fajaronlan; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 23x32; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1867; C. O. Cummings &, 
Co., editors and publishers. 

WEAVEKVILLE, Trinity Journal ; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 21x35; sub- 
scription $5; established 1855; D. E. Gordon, 
editor and publisher; about 800 circulation. 

WOODBIUDGE Messenger ; Saturdays ; neu- 
tral; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $4; 
established 1865; George Crist, editor and pub- 
lisher; about 600 circulation. 

WOODLAND Democrat ; (no report.) 

WOODLAND, Yolo Mail; Saturdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $5; 
established 1868; C. Y. Hammond, editor and 
publisher. 

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OKA Journal; Fridays; republican; four 
£es; size 24x34; subscription $5 ; established 

1866; Robert Nixon, editor and publisher; 

claims 600 circulation. 
IBEKA Union; Saturdays; democratic; four 

pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription $5 ; established 

1852; Wm. Irwin, editor and publisher; claims 

500 circulation. 
YUBA CITY, Sutter Banner ; Saturdays ; four 

pages; size 24x36; subscription $4; established 

1866 ; J. A. Stewart, editor and publisher; about 

800 circulation. 

CONNECTICUT. 

BRIDGEPORT Evening Farmer ; every 
evening except Sunday, and Republican. 
Farmer, Fridays; democratic; four pages; 
size — daily 25x38, weekly 29x43; subscription 
—daily $7, weekly $2 50; established— daily 
1857, weekly 1790; Pomcroy, Gould & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers; circulation — daily about 
800, weekly about 6,000. 

BRIDGEPORT Evening Standard ; every 
evening except Sunday, and Republican 
Standard, Fridays; republican; daily four 
pages ; weekly eight pages; size— daily 26x40, 
weekly 32x46; subscription— daily $7, weekly 
$2 50; established — daily 1854, weekly 1840; the 
Standard Association, editors and publishers; 
claims an aggregate circulation larger than 
that of any other paper in Litchfield and Fair- 
field counties. 

BONEVILLE Trumpet ; monthly ; eight 
pages ; size 17x24; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
lished 1868. 

DANBURY, Jeffersonian ; Saturdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x38; subscription 
$2; established 1860; J. H. Swertfager, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

DANBURY Times ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1835; Baily & Donavan, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

DANIELSONVILLE, Windham County 
Transcript ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 27x40; subscription $2; established 
1854; J. Q. A. Stone, editor and publisher; 
claims 2,000 circulation. 

HARTFORD Courant ? every morning except 
Sunday, and Connecticut Courant, Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 30x46 ; sub- 
scription—daily $8; weekly $2 50; established 
1764; J. R. llawley, editor-in-chief; Hawley, 
Goodrich & Co., publishers; claim daily 4,000 
and weekly 9,000 circulation. 

HARTFORD, Evening Post ; every evening 
except Sunday, and Connecticut Post, Satur- 
days; republican; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages; size— daily 28x43, weekly 31x47; 
subscription — daily $8, weekly $2 ; established 
1858; Isaac H. Bromley, editor-in-chief; Sperry, 
Hall & Co., publishers; claims the largest cir- 
culation of any evening paper in New England 
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HARTFORD Times ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 29x44 ; subscription— daily $8, 
weekly $2 50; established— daily 1839, weekly 
1S16; Burr Brothers, editors and publishers. 

HARTFORD, CliurcHman ; Saturdays; epis- 
copal ; eight pages ; size 33x45 ; subscription $3 ; 
M. II. Mallory & Co., editors and publishers; 
claims the largest circulation of any episcopal 
paper in the United States. 

HARTFORD, Christian Secretary ; Wednes- 
days ; baptist ; four pages ; size 27x37 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1822; E. Cushman, editor 
and publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 

HARTFORD, General Advertiser; Tues- 
days ; four pages ; size 18x28 ; established 1868 ; 
George S. Hubbard, publisher; an advertising 
sheet claiming 7,200 circulation. 

HARTFORD, Religious Herald ; Thursdays ; 
congregational; four pages; size 27x37; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1842 , Rev. Jonathan 
Brace, editor; David B. Moseley, publisher; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 

HARTFORD, Soldiers' Record ; Saturdays ; 
eight pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1868; W. F. Walker & Co., editors and 
publishers ; the organ of the grand army of the 
republic, and claims 2,000 circulation. 

HARTFORD, Gas Light; four pages; size 
15x21; established 1868; W. E. Simonds & Co., 
editors and publishers; issued occasionally as 
an advertising medium with a gratuitous cir- 
culation. 

HARTFORD, Travelers' Guide ; four pages ; 
size 15x24; established 1868; W. E. Simonds & 
Co., editors and publishers; issued as an ad- 
vertising mediuin with gratuitous circulation 
on the railroad trains and steamboats. 

KEVT, Banner and Banquet of Love ; 
monthly; four pages; size 14x21; subscription 
$1 ; established 1868; Rev. Wm. H. Kirk, editor 
and publisher; devoted to the interests of the 
Reformed Methodist Church. 

LITCHFIELD Enquirer ; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1824; George A. Hickok, editor; A. 
B. Shumway, publisher. 

LITCHFIELD Sentinel ; Fridays; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size 2Sx42 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1865; John D. Champalin, Jr., editor 
and publisher; claims 1,800 circulation. 

MIDDLETOWaf, Constitution; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages ;size 26x40; sub- 
scription $2 50 ; established 1837 ; A. Newton & 
Son, editors and publishers. 

MIDDLETOWJf, Sentinel and Witness; 
Fridays ; four pages ; size 24x38 ; subscription 
$2; established 1823; Samuel J. Starr, editor 
and publisher; 1,000 circulation. 

MIDDLETOWIV, Tomahawk ; monthly; 
eight pages ; size 16x23 ; subscription 25 cents ; 
established 1889; A. Fountain & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

MYSTIC BRIDGE, Mystic Pioneer; Sat- 
urdays ; independent ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1859 ; H. G. A. O. 
Adams, editor and publisher; claims 825 cir- 
culation. 

JVEW BRITAIIV Record; Fridays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 21x28 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1866 ; Ovialt & Baker, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

3VEW C AIVAAIV Era ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 20x28; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1868 ; Gillespie Brothers, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 500 circulation. 

SEW HAVEIV Evening Register; every 
evening except Sunday, and Columbian 
Register, Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; 
size — daily 29x40, weekly 30x44 ; subscription — 
daily $8, weekly 2; established— daily 1841, 
weekly 1812; M. A. Osborn & Co., editors and 
publishers ; claims to be the official paper of 
the city and a larger daily and weekly circula- 
tion than any paper published in New Haven. 

NEW HAVEIV, Morning Journal and Cou- 
rier ; every morning except Sunday, and Con- 
necticut Herald and Journal, Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 31x46; subscrip- 
tion—daily $8; weekly $2; established— daily 



CONNECTICUT. 



1832, weekly 1804 ; Carrington & Co., editors and 
publishers; claims to be the largest daily in 
the State, and, with one exception, a larger 
daily circulation than any newspaper in New 
England out of Boston. 

]VEW HAVEIV, Palladium; every morning 
except Sunday, and "Weekly, Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 30x43 ; subscription 
—daily $8, weekly $2; established— daily 1841, 
weekly 1829; A. L. Train, proprietor; J. B. 
Hotchkiss, business manager ; claims the larg- 
est circulation of any daily paper published 
in New Haven. 

IVEW HAVES, Railway Commit ; every day 
except Sunday ; four pages; size 19x27; Kim- 
berly & Wells, publishers ; an advertising sheet 
circulated gratuitously on the cars. 

SEW HAVEIV, Connecticut Beobachter ; 
semi-weekly; Wednesdays and Saturdays; 
German; democratic; four pages; size 22x31; 
subscription $4; established 1866; Miller & (ieb- 
hardt, editors and publishers; the only semi- 
weekly in New England printed in German. 

BTEW HAVEIV, College Courant ; Wed- 
nesdays; sixteen pages; size 30x46; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1865; Charles C. Chatfield, 
editor and publisher; devoted to general intel- 
ligence in relation to colleges and college men. 

IVEW HAVEIV, Connecticut Staats Zeitung ; 
Saturdays ; German ; democratic ; four pages ; 
size 23x36 ; subscription $2 50 ; established 1862 ; 
C. Sander, editor and publisher. 

JVEW HAVEIV, Loomis' Musical Journal ; 
monthly; sixteen pages and covers; size of 
page 10x13 ; subscription $1 ; established 1867 ; 
Thomas. G. Shepard, musical editor; C. M. 
Loomis, publisher; devoted to music, mason- 
ry and odd fellowship. 

IVEW HAVEIV, Yale Literary Magazine ; 
fifty-six pages octavo; subscription $:3; estab- 
lished 1836; Students of Yale College, editors 
and publishers; issued nine times a year. 

IVEW HAVEIV, IVew Englander ; quarter- 
ly, Januaiy, April, July and October; in 
pamphlet form, two hundred pages octavo; 
subscription $3; Prof. George P. Fisher, Prof. 
Timothy Dwight and Wm. L. Kingsley, editors ; 
Wm. L. Kingsley, publisher; devoted to dis- 
cussions of all questions of the day in every 
department of theology, literature and pol- 
itics. 

IVEW LOSDOS, Star ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and IVew London Democrat, 
Saturdays; republican; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription — daily $8, weekly $2; established 
—daily 1847, weekly 1844; Ruddick & Tibbetts, 
editors and publishers. 

IVEW LOIVDOIV Chronicle ; Saturdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1837; C. D. Rice, editor and 
publisher. 

IVEW LOIVDOIV Democrat ; (see Star.) 

IVOR WALK Gazette ; Tuesdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 29x46 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1818; A. H. Byington & Co., editors and 
publishers. 

IVORWALK, Yankee Pedler ; monthly; four 
pages ; size 11x14 ; subscription 25 cents ; estab- 
lished 1868; E. A. Fry, editor and publisher. 

IVORWICH Advertiser ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Norwich Aurora, Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size — daily 
25x36; weekly 27x40; subscription— daily $7, 
weekly $150; established — daily 1867, weekly 
1836; Norwich Printing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 
IVORWICH Morning Bulletin ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and IVorwich Courier, 
Thursdays ; republican ; daily four pages ; 
weekly eight pages ; size— daily 24x36, weekly 
34x44; subscription — daily $8, weekly $2; es- 
tablished—daily 1858, weekly 1798; W. H. W. 
Campbell, editer-in-chief; Bulletin Associa- 
tion, publishers. 
IVORWICH Aurora ; (see Advertiser.) 
IVORWICH Courier ; (see Bulletin.) 
IVORWICH Gazette ; Fridays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 20x28; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1867 ; C. D. Rice, editor ; Gazette Printing 
Co., publishers. 



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ROCKVILLE, Tollnml County Journal ; 

Saturdays; Independent; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $2; established isi;7: J. A. 
Spaulding, editor ami publisher; claims 1,100 
circulation. 

SOI Til COVEWTRT, Coventry Local Reg- 
ister ; Fridays; Independent; four pages; size 
23x82; subscription $1 50 j established 1868; J. 
& II. C. McLaughlin, editors and publishers; 
published from the office of the Stafford 
Springs l'r< ss. 

SOCTHPOKT Chronicle ; semi-monthly; 
fourpages: size 18x20; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1867; Baker & Bulkley, editors and 
publishers. 

STAFFOK1) SPRINGS, Tolland County 
Press; Fridays; independent; four pages; 
size 22x32; subscription 81 50; established 
1858; J. ct II. C. McLaughlin, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

STAMFORD Advocate ; Fridays : republican ; 
four pages; size 2<ix4t; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1829; Wm. W.Gillespie & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

WATKUBl'BY American; every morning 
except .Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; repub- 
lican; lour pages; size— daily 23x28, weekly 
28x13; subscription— daily $8, weekly $2; es- 
tablished—daily 1800, weekly 1844; the Ameri- 
can Printing Co., editors and publishers. 

WATEBBIBY, Naugatuck Valley Adver- 
tiser ; Thursdays; four pages; size 12x19; es- 
tablished 1808; Charles F. Bronson, editor and 
publishers ; issued as an advertising medium 
with a gratuitous circulation. 

WEST MERIDEN, Meriden Republican ; 
every morning except Sunday, and the State 
Temperance Journal, Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size— daily 24x33, weekly 27x39; 
subscription — daily $8, weekly $2; established 
1867; M.L.Delevan, editor; Union Printing Co., 
publishers. The State Temperance Journal is 
the organ of the good templars in Connecticut. 

WEST MEBIDEJI, Meriden Literary Re- 
corder ; Wednesdays ; republican ; four pa- 
ges; size 29x44; subscription $2 50; established 
1802; Luther G. Riggs, editor and publisher; 
circulation 5,000. 

WEST MERIDEX, State Temperance Jour- 
nal ; (see Meriden Republican.) 

WESTPORT Advertiser ; semi-monthly ; four 
puses; size 16x21 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1808; John 8. Jones, editor and publisher. 

WILLIMANTIC Journal; Fridays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 24x37; subscription 
$2; established 1848 ; Curtis & Jackson, editors 
and publishers ; claims 000 circulation. 

WINSTED Herald ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 25x37; subscription $2; established 
1853 ; Theodore F. Vaill, editor ; Winstcd Print- 
ing Co., publishers; claims 1,900 circulation. 

DELA WARE. 

CLAYTON Herald; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x34; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1807; Mrs. It. S. McConaughy, editor 
and publisher. 

CLAYTON, National Real Estate Gazette ; 
monthly; four pages; size 21x30; established 
1808; Alexander McConaughy, editor and pub- 
lisher ; printed as an advertising medium with 
a gratuitous circulation and devoted to the in- 
terests of M. C. Conanghy's real estate agency. 

DOVER, The Delawarean ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 27x42; subscription 
$2 50; established 1859; James Kirk, editor and 
publisher. 

DOVER, Baptist Visitor; monthly; baptist; 
four pages; size 21x27; subscription 50 cents ; 
established 1866; Rev. O. F. Flippo and Rev. J. 
L. Lodge, editors and publishers. 

GEORGETOWN, Sussex Journal ; Fridays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1807; Wm.F. Townsend, 
editor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

MILFORD, Our Mutual Friend ; Saturdays ; 
four pages; size 21x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; Win. B. Lowery, editor and pub- 
lisher. 



DELAWARE. 



SMYRNA Times; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x84; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1857; J. II. Hofficker, editor and publish- 
er; claims 1,000 circulation. 

WILMINGTON Commercial ; every evening 
except Sunday, and Delaware Tribune, 
Thursdays; republican ; four pages ; Size— daily 
24x36, weekly 28x41; subscription— daily $0, 
weekly $2 ; established— daily 1866, weekly 1807 ; 
Jenkins & Atkinson, editors and publishers; 
only daily in the State ; claims a larger weekly 
circulation than any paper in Delaware. 

WILMINGTON, Delaware Gazette ; semi- 
weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, 
Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 27x42; 
subscription — semi-weekly $3 50, weekly $2; 
established 1784; Caleb P. Johnson, editor and 
publisher; claims semi-weekly 1,000, weekly 
2,000 circulation. 

■WILMINGTON, Delaware Republican ; 
semi-weekly; Mondays and Thursdays, and 
Weekly; republican; four pages; size 20x43; 
subscription — semi-weekly $3, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1830; Geo. W. Vernon, editor and 
publisher. 

W T ILMINGTON State Journal and States- 
man; semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays, 
and 'Weekly, Fridays; democratic; four 
pages; size 27x42; subscription — semi-weekly 
$3, weekly $2 ; established 1832; Henry Eckel, 
editor and publisher. 

WILMINGTON, Delaware Tribune; (see 
Commercial.) 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

GEORGETOWN, Courier ; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $2 ; 
established 1805; J. D. McGill, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 2,500 circulation. 

WASHINGTON, Evening Express ; every 
evening except Sunday ; four pages; size 21x34; 
subscription $0; J. D. & A. P. Hoover, editors 
and publishers. 

WASHINGTON, Evening Star ; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and Dollar Weekly Star, 
Fridays ; independent ; four pages ; size 22x33 ; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $1 50; establish- 
ed 1853; Crosby S. Noyes, editor; Noyes, Baker 
& Co., publishers. 

WASHINGTON, Evening Union ; every 
evening except Sunday, and Constitutional 
Union, Saturdays; democratic; four pages; 
size — daily 20x28, weekly 27x38; subscription — 
daily $0, weekly $2; established 1801; Thomas 
B. Florence and W. M. Wellington, editoi-s and 
publishers; claims to be the only democratic 
paper and the largest circulation" of any paper 
in the District. 

WASHINGTON, Globe ; every noon ex- 
cept Sunday during sessions of Congress; 
size from 4 to 12 pages; size of page 19x2(1; 
subscription — long session $10, short session 
$5; and Congressional Globe and Appen- 
dix, in booklorm, from 3 to 5 times a week; 
10 pages quarto ; F. & J. Rives & Geo. A. Bailey, 
publishers; the official paper of Congress. 

WASHINGTON, Morning Chronicle ; every 
morning except Sunday, and Washington 
Chronicle, Saturdays, and Sunday Morning 
Chronicle ; republican ; daily and Sunday four 
pages; weekly eight pages; size — daily and 
Sunday 29x41, weekly 31x42; subscription — 
daily $8, weekly $3, Sunday §3, daily and Sun- 
day to one address $10; established 1861; John 
W. Forney, editor; D. C. Forney, publisher. 

WASHINGTON, National Intelligencer ; 
every morning except Sunday, Tri- Weekly, 
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Weekly, 
Thursdays, and Sunday Herald '; four pages ; 
size 27x44 ; subscription — daily $19, tri-weekly 
$0, weekly $3, Sunday $3; established 1800"; 
Snow, Coyle & Co., editors and publishers; 
claims daily 5,000, tri-weekly 5,000 and weekly 
21,000 circulation. 

WASHINGTON, National Republican ; ev- 
ery morning except Sunday ; republican ; four 
pages; size 24x34; subscription $0; established 
1800; W. J. Murtagh, editor and publisher; 
claims about 5,000 circulation. 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

WASHIXGTOJf, Department Journal ; Sat- 
urdays ; independent ; four pages ; size 20x29 ; 
subscription $1; established 1808; P. H. Rein- 
hard & Co., editors and publishers; devoted 
exclusively to the interests of government 
em ploye es. 

WASHIA'GTOX, Sunday Herald ; (see Intel- 
ligencer.) 

WASHLVGTOJf, Vox Populi ; Saturdays ; re- 
publican ; eight pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription 
$2; established 1898; Joel G. Floyd, editor and 
publisher. 

WASIIIVGTOX, American Law Times ; 
monthly; sixteen pages ; size 2Gx36 ; subscrip- 
tion $6; established 1868; Clinton Rice and 
Rowland Cox, editors ; American Law Times 
Association, publishers; devoted to giving the 
current reports of the courts and government 
departments, digests of foreign laws, govern- 
ment decisions, treaties, &c. 

WASHINGTON, Campaign Digest; (no re- 
port.) 

WASHINGTON, Columbia ; German; (no re- 
port.) 

WASHINGTON, Great Republic ; (no re- 
port.) 

WASHINGTON National Industrial Advo- 
cate 5 (no report.) 

FLORIDA. 



APALACHICOLA Reporter; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 20x27 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1867; G. W. Pratt, editor 
and publisher. 

FERNANDINA, Commercial Index ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 21x28 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1808 ; J. M. Arnow & 
Co., editors and publishers. 

GAINESVILLE, New Era ; (no report.) 

JACKSONVILLE, Florida Union; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x3(5 ; sub- 
scription $2 50 ; established 1804; E. M. Cheney, 
editor and publisher. 

JACKSONVILLE, Mercury and Floridian ; 
Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; 
subscription $3; established 1807; James E. 
Frost, editor and publisher. 

MADISON, Southern Messenger ; Fridays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 21x28; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1866; W. L. Perry, editor 
and publisher. 

MARIANA Courier ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 21x28; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1800; Geo. F. Baltzell, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MONTICELLO, Jefferson Co. Gazette; (no 
report.) 

OCALA, East Florida Banner ; Saturdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1890; James A. WIggin, 
editor; Samuel Agnew & Co., publishers. 

PENSACOLA Observer; tri-weekly; Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $8; estab- 
lished 1840 ; Win. Kirk, editor ; Win. Kirk & Co., 
publishers ; claims 800 circulation. 

PENSACOLA, West Florida Commercial ; 
tri-weekly; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $8; S. R. Mallory, editor; F. Touart, 
publisher; claims 500 to 600 circulation. 

QUINC Y Monitor ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
22x32; subscription §3; established 1868; E. J. 
Judah, editor and publisher. 

ST. AUGUSTINE Examiner ; Saturdays ; in- 
dependent; four pages; size 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1858 ; Matthias R. Andreu, 
editor and publisher. 

TALLAHASSEE, Floridian; Tuesdays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 27x40; subscription 
established 1865; Dyke, Sparhawk & Co., edit- 
ors and publisher. 

TALLAHASSEE Sentinel; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four , ges; size 27x40; subscription 
$3; established 1838; Hiram Potter, Jr., editor 
and publisher. 

TAMPA, Florida Peninsular; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1853; H. L. Mitchell, edit- 



FLORIDA. 



or; T. K. Spencer, publisher; daily extras is- 
sued from this office. 

re- 
ription 
§2 50; established 1868; E. O. Plumbe, editor; 
Charles L. Xewhall, publisher; claims to be 
the only republican paper in South Florida. 



TAMAP, True Southerner ; Thursdays ; r( 
publican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscriptio 



GEORGIA. 



ALBANY Kews ; semi-weekly; Tuesdays and 
Fridays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $5; established 1807; Carey W. 
Styles, editor and publisher. 

AMERICUS, Georgia Citizen; tri-weekly; 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ; demo- 
cratic ; fourpages; size 24x34; established 1868; 
E. F.W.Andrews, editor. 

AMERICUS, Sumter Republican ; tri-week- 
ly ; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and 
Weekly, Fridays; democratic; four' pages; 
size — tri-weekly 24x30, weekly 24x38 ; subscrip- 
tion — tri-weekly $8, weekly $3; established — 
tri-weekly 1805; weekly 1854; C. W. Hancock, 
editor and publisher. 

ATHENS, Southern Banner; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 20x40 ; subscription 
$3: established 1831; S. A. Atkinson, editor 
and publisher. 

ATHENS, Southern Watchman; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 27x40; 
subscription $3; established 1854; John H. 
Christy, editor and publisher; claims the 
largest circulation of any paper ever published 
in Athens. 

ATHENS, Southern Cultivator; monthly; 
forty pages, pamphlet form ; size of page 
7x11; subscription $2; established 1843; Wm. 
& W. L. Jones, editors and publishers; de- 
voted to agriculture, horticulture and current 
literature. 

ATLANTA, Constitution ; every morning 
and evening except Sunday evening and 
Monday morning, and Weekly, Tuesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size — daily 24x30, 
weekly 20x40 ; subscription— daily §10," weekly 
$3; established 1868; W. A. Hemphill & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

ATLANTA Intelligencer ; every day, and 
Weekly; democratic ; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription — daily $10, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 1848; Jared I. Whitakcr, editor and 
publisher. 

ATLANTA, New Era ; every morning, and 
■Weekly; republican; fourpages; size 20x10; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly $2 ; established 
1860; Samuel Bard, editor and publisher. 

ATLANTA, Christian Index and South- 
Western Baptist; Thursdays; baptist; four 
pages; size 20x40; subscription $4 ; established 
1821 ; Rev. D. Shaver, editor; J. J. Toon, pub- 
lisher. 

ATLANTA, Medical and Surgical Journal ; 
bi-monthly, first day of each alternate month ; 
64 pages octavo ; subscription $3 ; established 
1855; Westmorelands & Johnson, editors; 
Jared I. Whitaker, publisher; claims 500 circu- 
lation. 

ATLANTA, Scott's Monthly Magazine ; 
about ninety pages, pamphlet form; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1865; Rev. Wm. I. Scott & 
H. T. Phillips, editors; Phillips & Crew, pub- 
lishers ; claims 3,500 circulation. 

AUGUSTA, Chronicle and Sentinel ; every 
morning except Monday; Tri- Weekly; and 
"Weekly, Wednesdays; democratic; four 
pages; size— daily and tri-weekly 21x30, week- 
ly 32x46; subscription — daily $10, tri-weekly 
$6, weekly $3 ; established if 94 ; Henry Moore 
& A. R. Wright, editors and publishers; claims 
the largest daily and weekly circulation of 
any paper published in Augusta. 

AUGUSTA, Constitutionalist ; every morn- 
ing; Tri- Weekly, Sundays, Wednesdays and 
.Fridays, and Weekly, Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; daily and tri-weekly four pages; week- 
ly eight pages; size — daily and tri-weekly 
-7x41; weekly 32x44; subscription— daily §10, 
tri-weekly $7, weekly $3; Stockton & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers. 



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GEORGIA. 



AUGUSTA Press? every morning except Mon- 
day, and Weefcly, Saturdays; Independent; 
four pages; size— daily 23x32, weekly 25x37; 
subscription— daily $5,weekly $2; ('. R. Han- 
leiter, publisher; K. II. Pugbe, proprietor. 

AUGUSTA, Banner of Hie South? Satur- 
days; catholic; eight pages; size 28x42: sub- 
scription $3; established 1868; Rev. Abram 
J. Ryan, editor; L.T. Glome & Co., publishers; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 

AUGUSTA, Loyal Georgian j weekly ; (no re- 
port.) 

AHUSTA, Southern Agriculturist ; (see 
>i\ annah.) 

BALNBREOGE Argus ; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1860; Willis M. Itussell, editor and 
publisher. 

BA1NI5RIOGE, Sontliern Georgian; Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; fourpages; size 21x3(1; 
subscription $3; establishedl806 ; VFm.E. Ham- 
ilton, editor; II. F. Burflcld, publisher; claims 
500 circu latio n. 

B ARXESVILLE, Weekly Gazette ; Thurs- 
days; democratic; fourpages; size 24x37; sub- 
scription 6-: established 1868; Pound & Lamb- 
din, editors and publishers ; claims 700 circu- 
lation. 

BL1KELT, Early County HTews ; Fridays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $3; established 1859; Edward II. 
Grouby, editor and publisher; claims 1,000 
circulation. 

BRUNSWICK, Banner; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 : subscription $3 ; 
established 1808; B. C. Franklin, editor and 
publisher; claims 250 circulation. 

CUtTEKSVILLE Express; Fridays; four 
pages ; size 25x40; subscription $3; established 
1862; Samuel II. Smith, editor and publisher. 

COLtJIBl'S Enquirer ; every morning, and 
Weekly ; democratic; fourpages; size— daily 
24x34; subscription— daily $10, weekly $3; es- 
tablished 1823; John H. Martin, editor; Hag- 
land & Wynne, proprietors. 

COEUMBUS Sun ; every morning, and Week- 
ly, Tuesdays; democratic; four pages; size — 
daily 24x34, weekly 28x44; subscription — daily 
§10, "weekly $3; Thomas Gilbert & Co., editors 
and proprietors. 

COYi'EBS Enterprise; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 23x32; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1807; Wm. L. Beebe, editor; Delaney & 
Anderson, publishers ; printed at the office of 
the Covington Georgia Enterprise. 

COVINGTON Examiner; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 25x33 ; established 1805 ; 
W. A. Harp, editor and publisher. 

COVIAGTOA, Georgia Enterprise ; Fridays ; 
democratic; fourpages; size 23x34; subscrip- 
tion §3; established 1S05; Wm. L. Beebe, edit- 
or; Delaney & Anderson, publishers. 

Cl'THBEKT Appeal; Thursdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 24x30; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1800; H. II. Jones, editor; Sawtell & 
Jones, proprietors; claims 312 circulation. 

BAHLOAEGA Mountain Signal ; Fridays ; 
democratic; fourpages; size 22x30; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1800 ; J. N. Woodward, edit- 
or and proprietor; claims 400 circulation. 

BAETON, North Georgia Citizen ; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 26x38; 
subscription $2 50; established 1S08; Whitman 
& Wrench, editors and publishers; claims 400 
circulation. 

DAWSOA Journal ; Thursdays ; democrat- 
ic- ; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1866; Christian, Iloyt & Co., editors 
and proprietors. 

EATONTON Press and Messenger ; Tues- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; sub- 
scription S2 ; established 1807 ; W. M. Jefferson, 
editor; Jefferson & Brown, publishers; claims 
1,200 circulation. 

ELBEKTOX Gazette; Fridays; democratic; 
fourpages; size 24x34; subscription $2 50 ; es- 
tablished 1866 ; S. N. Carpenter, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

FORSYTH, Monroe Advertiser ; Tuesdays; 
democratic; fourpages; size2Gx38; subscrip- 



tion $3; established 1856; James P. Harrison, 
editor and publisher. 

FORT GAINES, Chattahoochee Mirror; Fri- 
days ; democratic ; fourpages; size 22x33; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; M. Tucker, edit- 
or and p rop rietor. 

GAINESVELEE, Air Elne Ea^le ; Fridays; 
independent ; four pages ; size -2 i x.;t. ; subscrip- 
tion S'- ; established I860 ; J. E. ltcdwinc, editor 

and publisher. 

GREENSBORO Herald; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2 50; established 1866; Jl. M. Burns, editor; T. 
A. Morgan, publisher. 

GRIFFIN Herald; semi-weekly; Tuesdays 
and Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 
23x31 ; subscription $4 ; established 1866; Elam 
Christian, editor and proprietor. 

GRIFFIN Star; send-weekly; Tuesdays and 
Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 24x33; 
subscription 81; established lso5; Speights & 
Bridges, editors and publishers. 

HANCOCK Journal ; weekly ;(no report.) 

HAWHIASVILLE Dispatch; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription §2 : estab- 
lished 1800; Dennis W. D. Boully, editor and 
publisher. 

JONESBORO Herald; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; lour pages; size 23x32; subscription 
$3; established 1807; Wm. L. Beebe, editor; 
Delaney & Anderson, publishers ; printed 
at the office of the Covington Georgia Enter- 
prise. 

EA GRANGE Reporter ; Fridays ; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription $3 ; es- 
tablished 1844; C. H. C. Willingham, editor; 
Jones & WilUngham, publishers; claims 000 
circulation. 

MACON, Journal and Messenger; every 
morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Tues- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size — daily 
20x38, weekly 20x44; subscription — daily $lu, 
weekly $3; established 1808; A. W. Reese and 
T. A. Burke, editors; J. W. Burke & Co., pub- 
lishers; claims daily 1,100, weekly 1,200 circu- 
lation. 

MACON Telegrapli ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; democrat ie: 
daily four pages; weekly eight pages; size — 
daily 20x38, weekly 38x52 ; subscription — 
daily $10, weekly §3; established — daily 1803, 
weekly 1826; Clisby & Reid, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

MACON, American Union ; Fridays ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 18x24 ; subscription §2 ; 
established 1848; J. Clarke Swayze, editor and 
publisher; claims 820 circulation. 

MACON, Burke's Weekly for Boys and 
Girls; Saturdays; eight pages; size 27x41; 
subscription $2; established 1867; T. A.Burke, 
editor; J. W. Burke & Co., publishers; claims 
3,500 circulation. 

MACON, Sontliern Christian Advocate ; Fri- 
days ; methodist episcopal; tour pages; size 
29x42; subscription $3; established 1838; E. II. 
Myers, D. D., editor; J. W. Burke & Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation about 6,000. 

MAIMSON Auditor; tri-weekly: Mondays,. 
Wednesdays and Fridays, and weekly, Sat- 
urdays; democratic; four pages; size 21x30; 
subscription — tri-weekly $5, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 1808; John S. Prather and W. F. Sheeut, 
editors and publishers; claims tri-weekly 700, 
weekly 1,000 circulation. 

MABISON Examiner ; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 25x35; subscription 8-; established 1865; 
W. A. Harp, editor and publisher. 

MARIETTA, Journal ; l'rida\ s ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 24x30; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1807; R.M. Goodman & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

MIEEEBGEVIEEE, Federal Union? Tues- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 26x39; sub- 
scription $3; established 1830; S. X. Boughton, 
editors; Boughton, Barnes & Moore, publish-' 
ers and proprietors. 

MIEEEOGEVIEEE, Sontliern Recorder ; 
Tuesdays; democratic; fourpages; size 26x38;- 
subscription $3; established 1820; K. 31. Orme 
& Son, editors and proprietors. 



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GEORGIA. 



ILLINOIS. 



1VEWAAIV Herald ; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription $3 ; established 
1885; J. C. Wootten, editor; Wootten & Welch, 
proprietors. 

QUITMAAT Banner; Fridays : democratic ;four 
pages ; size 21x38 ; subscription $3 ; established 
1866; F. R. Fildes, editor and publisher. 

ROME, Commercial; tri-weekly; Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, Mon- 
days; democratic; four pages; size — tri-week- 
ly 22x32, weekly 24x3(3 ; subscription — tri-week- 
ly $5, weekly $3; established— tri-weekly 1808, 
weekly 1865 ; Hood & Nevin, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

ROME Courier; tri-weekly ; Tuesdays, Thurs- 
days and .Saturdays, and' Weekly, Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size — tri-weekly 
21x37, weekly 29x43; subscription — tri-weekly 
$ 1, weekly $3 ; M. Dwinell, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SA?i"5>ERSVILLE, Central Georgian; Wed- 
nesdays ; democratic ; four pages; size 26x38; 
subscription $3; established 1847; John N. Gil- 
more, editor and publisher. 

SAVAA'JVAII, Advertiser ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; four pages: size 20x28; estab- 
lished L8(56; Beard & KimrJall, publishers. 

SAVAA'^VAil Morning News ; every morn- 
ing except Sundays, and Tri- Weekly, Mon- 
days, Wednesdays and Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 26x36; subscription — daily 
$10, tri-weekly $6; established 1850; W. T. 
Thompson, editor; J. H. Estill, proprie- 
tor; claims largest circulation in city and 
county. 

SAVA3JJVAH, Republican ; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and Weekly, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 26x10; subscription — 
daily $10, weekly $3; established 1802; James 
It. Sneed, editor and publisher; claims the 
largest circulation in city— daily 5,000, weekly 
2,500. 

SAVA^VrVAH, Southern Agriculturist; 
monthly; eight pages; size 21x28; subscrip- 
tion 25 cents; W. C. Macmurphy & Co., pub- 
lishers ; devoted to the interests of the plant- 
ers ; has a publication office in Augusta ; claims 
20,000 circulation. 

SPARTA, Hancock Journal ; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
*$3; established 1868; William II. Royal & 
Co., editors and publishers; claims 600 circu- 
lation. 

SPARTA, Young Folk's Friend ; monthly ; 
four pages; size 18x24; subscription 50 cents ; 
established 1868 ; N. Drahcir, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

TALBOTTON, West Georgia Gazette ; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $3; established 1860; B. 
T. Casteilaw, editor and publisher; claims 850 
circulation. 

THOMASVILLE, Southern Enterprise ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x36 : subscription S3; established 1855; Lu- 
cius C. Bryan, editor and publisher. 

THOMSON Advertiser ; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription $3 ; 
established 1866 ; Jordan E. White, local edit- 
or ; J. W. Anderson & Co., publishers ; pub- 
lished from the office of the Covington Enter- 
prise. 

VALDOSTA, South Georgia Times; Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $3 ; established 1868 ; P. C. Pendleton, 
editor and publisher. 

WARREIVTOJV, Georgia Clipper; Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 27x32 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1852 ; Charles Wallace 
and D. II. Neeson, editors; A. I. Hartly, pub- 
lisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 

"WASHIIWGTOIY, Gazette; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription $3 ; 
established 1850; J. H. Alexander, editor; Jas. 
A. Wright and Hugh Wilson, publishers; 
claims 750 circulation. 

■WEST POUVT Observer ; Fridays : democrat- 
ic; four payees; size 21x34; subscription S3; es- 
tablished 18G6; A. D. Starnes, editor and pro- 
prietor. 



ALBIOjV Independent; republican; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1865; J. E. Clarke, editor and publisher: 
claims 300 circulation ; printed at the office of 
the Grayville Independent. 

ALEBO, Mercer County Press; Tuesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 26x42; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1856; David K. Waters, 
editor and publisher. 

ALEBO Record; {no report.) 

ALTOJf Demoerat ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays ; democratic ; 
daily four pages; weekly eight pages; size — 
daily 23x32, weekly 30x44 ; subscription — daily 
$9, weekly $2; established 1855; Thomas Dini- 
mock, editor ; John C. Dobelbower, publisher; 
claims daily 700, weekly 3,000 circulation. 

ALTOAT Telegraph ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays ; Republican ; 
four pages; size — daily 25x38, weekly 2sx 13; 
subscription — daily $0, weekly $2 ; established 
1836 ; L. A. Parks & Co., editors and publishers. 

AETOjV Banner ; Saturdays ; German; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1857 ; John Mold, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 900 circulation. 

ALTOJf, Cumberland Presbyterian ; Fri- 
days ; Cumberland presbyterian ; eight pages ; 
size 30x43 ; subscription $2 50 ; established 1868 ; 
Rev. J. B. Logan and Rev. J. R. Brown, edit- 
ors ; Brown, Perrin & Co., publishers ; circula- 
tion 3,500. 

ALTOAJA Mirror; Fridays; republican; four 
1 lages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1858 ; E. Johnson & Co., editors and publishers. 

AMBOY, Eee County Journal; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; B. F. Shaw, editor 
and publisher. 

ARCOJLiA Record ; Thursdays ; independent ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866; J. M. Gruelle, editor and publisher. 

Al'RORA Argus ; Saturdays; republican ; four 
passes; size 22x32; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1867; Dudley Randall and W. H. H. 
Brainard, editors; Dudley Randall, publisher. 

AURORA Beacon ; Thursdays; republican; 
eight pages; size 36x48; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1847; Knickerbocker & Hodder, editors 
and publishers ; claims 2,500 circulation. 

AURORA Herald ; Tuesdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 29x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1866; D.D.Owen, editor and publisher; claims 
1.000 circulation. 

BEARWSTOW:^, Central Illinoian ; Thurs- 
days; republican ; four pages ; size 28x42; sub- 
scription $2; established 1845; Nicholson & 
Chamberlin, editors and publishers; claims 
800 circulation. 

BELLEVILLE, Stern des Westerns ; every 
evening except Monday, and Weekly, Tues- 
days; German; republican; four pages; size — 
daily 22x32, weekly 25x38; subscription — daily 
$7, weekly $2; established 1860; Henry Huhn, 
editor; George Semmelroth, publisher; claims 
daily 500, weekly 1,100 circulation. 

BELLEVILLE Advocate ; Fridays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1839; Kimball & Taylor, editors 
and publishers; circulation 1,000.' 

BELLEVILLE Democrat ; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 26x37 ; subscription 
$2; established 1858; Denlinger & Russell, ed- 
itors and publishers ; claims 800 circulation. 

BELLEVILLE Zeitung ; Thursdays; Ger- 
man ; republican ; four pages; size 28x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1818; Dr. Chas. Neu- 
bert, editor; Frederic Rupp, publisher; claims 
1,700 circulation. 

BELVIDERE Standard ; Tuesdays ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1851 ; Ralph Roberts, editor and 
publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

BEIVTOJV IVational Banner ; Fridays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$1 50; established 1868; Thomas Gallagher, 
editor and publisher. 

BEXTOIV Standard; Wednesdays; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size 22x28 ; subscription $1 50 ; es- 
tablished 1849 ; J. S. Barr, editor and publisher. 



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IHGGSYII..I..E, Henderson Plaindealer; 

Thursdays; republican \ four pages; size 25x38; 
subscription $2; established 1862; Judson 
Graves, editor and publisher; claims 800 circu- 
lation. 

BiA>OMt:VGT<>A r Pantagraph ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and weekly, Tuesdays; 
republican; four pages; size— daily 26x40, 
weekly 28x44; subscription— daily $10, weekly 
$2; established— daily L855, weekly 1845; Dr. F. 
R. Roe and M. .1. Diggs, editors; Pantagraph 
Co., publishers; claims daily 1,000, weekly3,500 
circulal ion. 

ni.OOMIAiuTOM Bcmocrnti {no report) 

BliOOMIiVGTOJV, lieader ; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 31x48; subscription 
$1 50; established 1868; Scibird & Waters, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

Bi.oo.>UA'GTo;v Republican; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $1 : established 1868; Holmes & Vale, edit- 
ors and p ubli shers ; circulation 1,000. 

BUNKER HILL., Union Gazette ; Thursdays : 
republican; fourpages; size25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established L866; P. Y. Hedley, editor 
and publisher; claims 940 circulation. 

CAIRO Evening Bulletin; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic: four pages; size 28x44; subscription — 
daily sd'O, weekly $2; established 1863; JolmH. 
Oberly & Co., editors and publishers; claims 
daily 800, weekly 2,800 circulation. 

CAIItO, Times; every morning except Mon- 
day, and Weekly ; fourpages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription — daily §10, weekly $2; established 
1866; GoodaU Bros., editors and publishers. 

CA1IBRISGE, Henry County Chronicle ; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $2; established 1859 ; Geo. 
C. Smithe, editor and publisher; claims 700 
circulation. 

CAMP POL\T Enterprise ; Fridays; republi- 
can; fourpages; size 24x36; subscription $2 ; 
established 1866; Ira D- Chamberlain, editor; 
E. E. B. Sawyer, publisher. 

CAA'TOA, Fulton Co. Eedger ; Fridays : dem- 
ocratic; fourpages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2 ; established 1849 ; S. Y. Thornton, editor and 
publisher: claims SOU circulation. 

CAiVTOiV Register ; Fridays; republican; four 
pages : size 26x40; subscription $2 : established 
1849; Nicolel & Magie, editors and publishers. 

CAKBOJfDALE, IVew Era ; Wednesdays ; four 
pages; size 24x37; subscription $2; established 
1863; J. II. & D. L. Barton, editors and publish- 
ers; claims 1,200 circulation. 

CABLIJTVIHiE Democrat ; Thursdays; re- 
publican; eight panes: size 29x43; subscription 
$2; established 1856; H. M. Kimball and A. W. 
Edwards, editors; Macoupin Printing Co., 
publishers; claims 2,520 circulation. 

CAHLLWILLE, Macoupin Times ; {no re- 
port.) 

CABLYLE, Constitution and Cnion ; Tues- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x37; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; Harden Case, 
editor and publisher ; claims 700 circula- 
tion. 

CABMI, White Co. Advocate ; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic; fourpages; size 22x32; subscription 
$150; established 1859; George A. Malone, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

CARROIATOS Gazette; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$1 50; established 1846; Price & Son, editors 
and publishers; claims 500 circulation. 

CARBOIJiTO.V, Gospel Eclio ; {no report.) 

CABRMIATO.X Patriot; Thursdays; republi- 
can; fourpages; size 25x38; subscription $2; 
established 1863; Carrollton Patriot Co., edit- 
ors and publishers. 

CA RTH AGE Democrat ; {no report.) 

CARTHAGE Gazette; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 26x42; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1865; fowler & I'rentis, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 1,000 circulation. 

CARTHAGE Republican; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; Size 24x37; subscription $2; 
established L853; J. M. Davidson, editor and 
publisher; circulation 1,200. 



CE\TRAEIA Democrat] (no report.) 
CEIVTKAIAA Sentinel; Thursdays; republi- 
can : four pages ; size 25x37; subscription $2; 

established L863; Fletcher & Cooper, editors 

and publishers; claims 624 circulation. 

(II AMPAIGA', Gazette and Inion ; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1S."> I ; Fly nil & ScrOggS, 
editors and publishers. 

CHABLEMTOAl Courier; Thursdays: ilemo- 
erat ie : lour pages; size 26x40; subscript ion $2; 
established 1863; Cnderwood & Buck, editors 
and publishers ; claims 1,500 circulation. 

CHAKliESTOA Plalndealer; Thursdays; re- 
publican : tour pages ; size 26x40; subscription 
$2 ; established 1862 ; Dunbar Bros., editors and 
publishers; claims 1,100 circulation. 

CHEBAA'iSE Herald ; Saturdays : mail ral ; four 
pages; size 24x3£; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1868; Thomas Sawyer, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CHEAOA Times; Saturdays; neutral; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; established 
1867; s. F. Dyer, editor and publisher; claims 
600 circulation. 

CHESTER, Randolph Co. Democrat; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1847; J. W. Dean & 
Co., editors and publishers. 

CHESTER, Randolph Co. Zeitung ; Wed- 
nesdays; German ; lour pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1868; J. W. Dean & 
Co., editors and publishers; printed at the 
office of the Cheater Democrat. 

CHESTER, Valley Clarion ; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 25x37; established 
1868; K. G. Detrich, editor and publisher. 

CHICAGO Abend Zeitung ; every day except 
Sunday ; Weekly and Sunday; German ; four 
pages; size 27x39; subscripion — daily §0, week- 
ly $2, Sunday §2, daily and Sunday $11. 

CHICAGO Evening journal ; every evening 
except Sunday; Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly., 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
30x44; subscription — daily $12, tri-wcckly $6, 
weekly $2; established 1848; Charles L. "Wil- 
son, editor and publisher; claims daily 15,000, 
tri-weekly 6,000, weekly 18,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO, Evening Post ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 28x44; subscription — 
daily $10, weekly $1 50; Post Printing Co., ed- 
itors and publishers. 

CHICAGO Evening Record ; every evening 
except Sunday ; fourpages; size 22x33; estab- 
lished 1801; John J. N. O'Donohue, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,250 circulation. 

CHICAGO, Illinois Staats Zeitung; every 
day except Sunday; 'Weekly, Tuesdays, anil 
Sunday; German; republican; daily four 
pages; weekly and Sunday eight pages ; size — 
daily 29x49, weekly and Sunday 35x49; sub- 
scription—daily $9, weekly $2, Sunday $2; es- 
tablished 1847 ; H. Raster, editor-in-chief; Illi- 
nois Staats Zeitung Co., publishers; claims 
daily 12,000, weekly 15,000 and Sunday 13,000 
circulation. 
CHICAGO, Museum and Hotel Register; 
every evening except Sunday; four pages; 
size 22x29; established 1803; K. V. Kennedy, 
editor and publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 
CHICAGO, Programme; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; theatrical; four pages J size 
16x22; established 1861; George W. Morris, ed- 
itor and publisher; issued as a theatrical ad- 
vertising medium with a gratuitous circula- 
tion claimed to be 2,000, and used as a pro- 
gramme. 
CHICAGO Republican; every day; Tri- 
weekly and Weekly ; subscription— daily 
$12, tri-weekly $6, weekly $2; Republican Co., 
publishers, 
CHICAGO Times; every morning ; Tri- Week- 
ly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and 
VVeekly, Tuesdays; democratic ; eight pages; 
size 31x45; subscription— dally $12, tri-weekly 
$6, weekly $2; W. F. Storey & Co., editors and 
publishers : claims daily 25,000, tri-weekly 5,000, 
weekly 30,000 circulation. 



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CHICAGO Tribune ; every morning; Tri- 
weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 
and Weekly, Thursdays ; republican ; four 

pages; size 3'2s4i); subscription— daily $12, tri- 
weekly $6, weekly $2; established 1817; Hor- 
ace White, editor-in-chief; Tribune Co., pub- 
lishers and proprietors ; claims daily 30,000, 
tri-weekly 13,000, weekly 41,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO Union ; every day, and Weekly, 
Fridays, and Westliche Cnderhaltungs- 
Blaetter, Sundays; German; democratic; 
four pages ; size 2Sx42 ; subscription — daily §11, 
weekly $3, Sunday $2 ; established — daily and 
weekly 1855, Sunday 1806; Frederick Becker, 
publisher. 

CHICAGO Skandinaven ; tri-weekly; Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturda5 r s, and Weekly, 
Wednesdays; Norwegian; republican; four 
pages.; size— tri-weekly 25x36, weekly 30x45; 
subscription — tri-weekly $6. weekly §2; es- 
tablished 1866; K. Langland, editor; Langland 
& Anderson, publishers; claims 7,000 circu- 
lation. 

CHICAGO Advance ; Thursdays ; congrega- 
tional; eight pages; size 32x40; subscription 
§2 50; established 1867; W. W. Patton, editor- 
in-chief; J. B. T. Marsh, publisher tor the Ad- 
vance Co. ; claims 16,500 circulation. 

CHICAGO American Churchman ; Thurs- 
days ; episcopal ; eight pages ; size 28x40 ; sub- 
scription $3; established 1862; Hugh Miller 
Thompson, editor; H. R. Hayden, publisher; 
circulation 4,000; has a publication office at 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

CHICAGO, Catholic Weekly ; (no report.) 

CHICAGO, Cliicagoan ; Saturdays; literary; 
four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished 1868 ; II. X. F. Lewis, publisher; claims 
5,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO, Christian Freeman ; Thursdays; 
free-will baptist; eight pages; size 20x44; sub- 
scription $2; established 1867; F. W. Dunn, ed- 
itor; A.H.Chase, publisher; claims 3,250 cir- 
culation. 

CHICAGO Chronicle ; Thursdays; sixteen 
pages; size of page 11x15; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1866; J. J. W. O'Donaghue, editor 
and publisher ; devoted to insurance and real 
estate. 

CHICAGO, Commercial Express ; Thursdays ; 
commercial; sixteen pages; size 21x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1857; J. H. Wells, ed- 
itor and publisher ; "circulation nearly 10,000 
weekly, entirely by subscription among mer- 
chants in the northwest." 

CHICAGO Her Demokrat ; (no report.) 

CHICAGO Her Hausfreund ; (no report.) 

CHICAGO, Die Laterne ; Sundays; German; 
eight pages ; size 36x40 : subscription $3; Von 
Hollen, editor and publisher. 

CHICAGO Hemlandet; Tuesdays, and 
Monthly ; Swedish lutheran ; weekly four 
pages; monthly sixteen pages in pamphlet 
form; size — weekly 27x41, monthly 20x24; sub- 
scription — weekly $2 50, monthly 50 cents; es- 
tablished 1855; Swedish Publishing Society, 
publishers. 

CHICAGO Journal of Commerce; Thursdays ; 
commercial ; four pages; size 31x50; subscrip- 
tion $3 ; established 1863 ; J. E. C. Heyer, com- 
mercial editor; D. Kerr, Jr., business man- 
ager; Tappan, McKillop & Co., editors and 
publishers. 

CHICAGO Legal News ; Saturdays; eight 
pages; size 22x31; subscription $2; establish- 
ed 1868; Myra Bradwell, editor and pub- 
lisher; devoted to legal news and court re- 
ports. 

CHICAGO, Liberal; Sundays; free thought; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1867; James Walker, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CHICAGO Market Reporter ; Tuesdays ; four 
pages; size 23x33; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1868; Howard, White & Crowd!, editors 
and publishers. 

CHICAGO, Wew Covenant ; Saturdays ; uni- 
versalis!; four pages; size 28x38; subscription 
$2 50; established 1848; D. P. Livermore, editor 
and publisher; circulation about 6,000. 



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CHICAGO, Worth-Western Christian Advo- 
cate ; Wednesdays ; methodist ; eight pages ; 
size 32x43 ; subscription §2 50 ; established 1853 ; 
Rev. John Morrison Reid, editor; Hitchcock 
& Walden, publishers ; circulation about 20,000. 

CHICAGO, North-Western Presbyterian ; 
Saturdays; presbyterian ; eight pages; size 
32x47; subscription $2 ; established 1857 ; Rev. 
E.Erskine,D.D.,andRev. David McKinney,D. 
D., editors and publishers ; Rev. J. B. McClure, 
associate editor; claims 5,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO, Prairie Farmer ; Saturdays; agri- 
cultural ; eight pages ; size 32x44 ; subscription 
$2; established 1841; D. H. Emery, W. W. Cor- 
bet and H. P. Thomas, editors ; Prairie Farmer 
Co., publishers ; claims to be the most widely 
circulated agricultural journal West of New 
York. 

CHICAGO Price Current and Manufactur- 
er's Record ; Fridays ; four pages; size 26x40; 
subscription $2; established 1860; John C. W. 
Bailey and Wm. Holly, editors; John C. W. 
Bailey, publisher; claims about 2,600 circula- 
tion. 

CHICAGO Railway Review ; Thursdays ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; established 
1868; Fowler & Brooks, editors and publishers. 

CHICAGO, Religio-Philosophical Jour- 
nal ; Saturdays; spiritualist; eight pages; 
size 30x42 ; subscription $3 ; established 1865 ; 
S. S. Jones, editor; Religio-Philosophical Pub- 
lishing Association, publishers; claims 5,000 
cii'culation. 

CHICAGO, Sandebudet ; Mondays ; Swedish ; 
methodist; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1861; Albert Ericson, edit- 
or; Hitchcock & Walden, publishers ; claims 
1,200 circulation. 

CHICAGO Sorosis ; Saturdays; woman's 
rights; sixteen pages; size of page 10x13; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1868 ; Mrs. M. L. Walk- 
er & Co., editors and proprietors. 

CHICAGO, Standard; Thursdays; baptist; 
eight pages ; size 33x47 ; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1853; J. A. Smith, D. D., editor-in- 
chief; Church & Goodman, publishers and 
proprietors ; claims 15,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO, Svenska Anierikannren ; Wed- 
nesdays; Swedish; republican; four pages; 
size 27x41; subscription $3; established 1866; 
Herman Boos, editor and publisher; claims 
6,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO Western Farmer $ (see Madison, 
Wisconsin.) 

CHICAGO, Western Railroad Gazette ; Sat- 
urdays; four pages; size 20x44; subscription 
$2; established 1857; A. N. Kellogg, editor and 
publisher. 

CHICAGO, Western Rural ; Saturdays ; agri- 
cultural; eight pages; size 28x40; subscription 
$2 50; established 1S64; H. N. F. Lewis, editor 
and publisher; G. E. Morrow, Chicago, and 
Edward Mason, Detriot, associate editors ; 
published simultaneously at Chicago and De- 
troit, Mich., and claims 25,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO, Workingmau's Advocate ; Sat- 
urdays ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription 
$3 50; established 1864; A. C. Cameron, editor 
and publisher; the official organ of the labor 
union, and devoted to the interests of the pro- 
ducing classes. 

CHICAGO, Herald of the Coming Kingdom 
and Christian Instructor ; semi-monthly ; 
twenty-four pages small octavo ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1867 ; Thomas Wilson and Geo. 
Moyer, editors; AVilson, St. Clair & Co., pub- 
lishers; claims 1,000 circulation; advocates 
the literal reign of Christ and His Saints upon 
earth, the restoration of the twelve tribes of 
Israel, the complete mortality of man, and 
the entire destruction of the wicked. 

CHICAGO, Herald of Peace ; semi-monthly; 
friends; sixteen pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $150; established 1867; W. E. Hathaway, 
editor; Herald Co., publishers; claims to be 
the only friends paper in the West, and a cir- 
culation of 5,000. 

CHICAGO Medical Journal; semi-monthly; 
thirty-two pages ; subscription $3 ; established 
1843; J. Adams Allen, M. D., LL.D., editor; 



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v. M. Goodell, publisher; devoted to the inter- 
ests of Rush medical college. 

CHICAGO Art Journal ; monthly; Sixteen 
pages in covers: size of page 10x13; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1867 ; J. v. a it ken \ CO., 
publishers; devoted exclusively to matters of 
interest to artists, students and' amateurs. 

CHICAGO, Courier i monthly; four pages; 
size 27x41; subscription $1; established L867; 
II. B. Bryant, publisher; devoted to com- 
merce, finance and education; claims 10,000 
circulation. 

CHICAGO, Home Circle and Temperance 
Oracle ; monthly; sixteen pages; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1865; S. M. Kenne- 
dy, editor and publisher; devoted to litera- 
ture, temperance, morality and the people; 
claims 10,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO, Home Eclectic? monthly; liter- 
ary; sixteen pages; size 29x41 : subscriptions I : 
established 1868; Sumner Ellis, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 3,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO, Home Visitor; monthly; eight 
pages; size 22x30; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished I860; Mrs. .Mary ('. Clarke, editor; 
claims 5,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO Homeopath Journal ; (no report.) 

CHICAGO, Inside Trach ; monthly; four 
pages : size 12xlS; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1867; A. N. Kellogg, editor and publish- 
er; devoted to matters of interest to advertis- 
ers; claims 1,500 circulation. 

CHICAGO Law Manual ; (no report.) 

CHICAGO, Uiittle Corporal ; monthly ; twen- 
ty-four pages including cover; size of page 
9x12; subscription $1; established 1865; Alfred 
L. Sew (11, editor and publisher; devoted es- 
pecially to matters of interest to children; 
claims 80,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO, Jlnnford's Monthly Magazine ; 
aniversaJist; thirty-two pages, in pamphlet 
form: subscription $150; established 1856; 
Rev. E. Manford and Mrs. H. B. Manford, edit- 
ors; Rev. E. Manford, publisher; claims over 
5,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO Medical Eiaminer ; (no report.) 

CHICAGO. Medical Investigator ; monthly; 
homeopathy ; thirty-two pages octavo, in pa m- 
phlet form;' subscription $2; established 1860; 
Dr. T. C. Duncan, editor; C. S. Halsey, pub- 
lisher. 

CHICAGO, Mother's Journal ; monthly; for- 
tv-eight panes, in pamphlet form ; subscription 
§2; .Sirs. Mary G. Clarke, editor; devoted to 
the advancement of science, literature, mor- 
ality and religion. 

CHICAGO Musical Independent; monthly; 
thirty-two pages; size 28x44; subscription $2; 
established 1868; W. S. B. Mathew, editor; 
Lyon & Healy, publishers. 

CHICAGO, Mystic Star ; monthly ; masonic; 
thirty-two pages; subscription $2 ; established 
1864; Ashton & Co., editors and publishers; 
claims 6,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO, National Sunday-School Teach- 
er ; monthly; catholic ; thirty-two pages, in 
pamphlet form ; subscription $150; establish- 
ed 1866; Rev. Edward Eggleston, editor-in- 
chief; Adams, Klackmer & Lyon, managers. 

CHICAGO, North- Western Farmer ; (see In- 
dianapolis, Ind.) 

CHICAGO Odd-Fellow's Wreath ; monthly; 
subscription SI 50; established 1867'; Rev. W. 
J. Chaplin, editor; D. B. Harrington, publish- 
er: claims 5,000 circulation. 

CHICAGO Railroad and Merchant's Jour- 
nal ; (no report.) 

CHICAGO, Song Messenger; monthly; six- 
teen pasres; size of page 7x10; subscription 
GOets; established 1SG3; Root & Cady, editors 
and publishers. 

CHICAGO Spiritual Rostrum ; (no report.) 

CHIC AGO Temperance Standard; (no report.) 

CHICAGO, Voice of Masonry; monthly; ma- 
sonic: forty-eight pages octavo, in pamphlet 
form; subscription $2; established 1863; John 
C. W. Bailey, editor and publisher. 

CHICAGO, Western Rookseller; monthly; 
Sixteen pages octavo; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1808; Western News Co., publishers; 



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devoted to the interests of booksellers and 
publishers. 
CHICAGO. Western Monthly; sixty-four 
pages octavo; subscription $2; established 
1869; Reed & Tattle, editors and publishers; 
devoted to literature, biography and the in- 
terests Of the West. 

CHICAGO Concordia; quarterly; issued Jan- 
uary, April, July and October; sixteen pages 
octavo, in pamphlet form, with cover; sub- 
scription 40 cts; established 1866; II. R. Palmer 

and W. 8. R. Mathews, editors; II. R. I'ahiK r, 
publisher; devoted to literary and musical 
matters. 
CHICAGO Gospel Pulpit; quarterly; univer- 
salist; eighty pages; subscription si: estab 
lished 1808; Rev. W. J. Chaplin, editor and 
publisher. 

CHICAGO, United States Medical and Sur- 
gical Journal ; homeopathy; quarterly; is- 
sued January, April, July and October; one 
hundred and' forty pages octavo; subscription 
Si: established 1865; l>r. George E. Shipman, 
editor; C. S. Ilalsey, publisher. 

CHII.LICOTIIK Citizen ; Saturdays ; four 
pages ; size 24x3(5 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1807; J. W". Wolfe and H. Casson, Jr., editors 
and publishers. 

CU.INTON, OeWitt Register; Fridays; four 
pages; size 24x30; subscription $2 ; established 
1808; J. Blackford, editor and publisher. 

CLINTON Public ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 24x37; subscription S2; estab- 
lished 1857; M. M. DeLcvies, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

DANVIEI.E Commercial; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 28x40; subscription S2; 
established 1800; J. G. Kingsbury, editor and 
publisher; circulation 1,550. 

DANVILLE Times; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x36; A. G. Smith, editor and 
publis her. 

DECATUR Magnet; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size — daily 24x32, weekly 
26x40; subscription— daily $8, weekly $2; es- 
tablished—daily 1808, weekly ia58; As'a Miller, 
editor; Shoatf & Miller, publishers. 

DECATUR Democrat; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 27x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; J. H. Wall in, editor; Democrat 
Printing Co., publishers. 

DECATUR, Gazette and Chronicle ; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 26x40; 
subscription $2; established 1849; William J. 
Usrey, editor and publisher. 

DECATUR Republican; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription S2 ; 
established 1867; Hamsher & Mosser, editors 
and publishers. 

DE KALB, De Kalb Co. News ; Wednesdays ; 
neutral; four pages; size 28x40; subscription 
$2; established 1807; Aaron K. Stiles, editor: J. 
J. Bassett, publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

DIXON Herald ; (no report.) 

DUXON, Lee Co. Democrat ; Fridays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2; established 1868; S. C. Postlewait, editor 
and publisher. 

DIXON Telegraph; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 20x46; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1851; Isaac S. Boardman, editor and 
publisher. 

DUNDEE Republican ; (no report.) 

DUNDEE Star; Wednesdays: republican; 
four pages; size 17x24; subscription 81 : estab- 
lished 1867; P. D. Swick, editor and publisher; 
claims 600 circulation. 

DU O.UOIJV Tribune ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 26x42; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1864; Alden & Kerrey, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 1,350 circulation. 

EARLVILLE Gazette ; Fridays: four pages; 
size 24x30; subscription $2 : established 1867; 
C. 15. Sign or, editor and publisher. 

EAST ST. LOUIS Gazette ; (wo report.) 

EDWARDSVILLE Intelligencer; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x30; sub- 
scription Hi 50; established lso-2: .las. R.Brown, 
editor and publisher; claims 600 circulation. 



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E!)WARDSVILLE, Madison County Cou- 
rier ; Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
22x29; subscription $i 50; established 1863; J. 
I). Whitman, editor and publisher. 
EFFI^'OHAM Democrat ; Fridays ; four 
pages; size 24x35; subscription $2; established 
18(58; II. C. Bradsby, editor and publisher. 
EFFISGHAM Gazette ; (no report.) 
ELGIN Chronicle ; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 27x41; subscription §2; estab- 
lished 1865; M. M. Marsh & Co., publishers. 
ELGIN Gazette ; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 20x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1854; Gilbert & Post, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 1,000 circulation. 
EL3nVOOD Chronicle; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1861 ; O. F. Woodcock, editor and 
publisher; circulation 4.50. 
EL PASO Journal; weekly ; four pages ; size 
26x38; subscription $2 : established 1865 ; Wm. 
H. Addis & Bro., editors and publishers; 
claims 1,175 circulation. 
EFBEKA, Woodford Jonrnal; Saturdays ; 
independent; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; John W. Karr, 
editor and publisher. 
EUREKA, Christian Herald; monthly; 
thirty-two pages octavo; subscription $1 50; 
established 1864; Dudley Downs & John W. 
Karr, editors and publishers. 
FAIRBFRY Jonrnal ; Thursdays ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 62 ; 
established 1866; Otis S. Eastman, editor and 
publisher; claims 500 circulation. 
FAIBFIELI) Democrat; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x31; subscription 
$1 50; established 1868: Joe V. Baugh, editor 
and publisher; claims 408 circulation. 
FAIBFIELB, Wayne Vo. Press; Fridays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 22x20 ; established 
1866; D. W. Barkley, editor and publisher. 
FOERESTON Jonrnal ; Tuesdays ; republi- 
can; four.pages; size 22x32; subscription $1 50; 
established 1867; M. V. Saltzman, editor and 
proprietor; claims 500 circulation. 
FREEPORT Bulletin; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; eight pases ; size 28x42 ; subscription 
$2; established 1853; W. T. Giles, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 
FREEPORT, Dentscher Anzeiger ; "Wed- 
nesdays; German; democratic; eight pages; 
size 26x38; subscription $2; established 1853; 
W. Wagner & Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation 800. 
FREEPORT Journal; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican; twelve pages; size of page 16x23; sub- 
scription $2; established 1856; James S. Me- 
Call, editor and publisher. 
FREEPORT News; monthly; neutral; four 
pages ; subscription 50 cents ; established 
1865; Taylor & Aspinwall, editors and pub- 
lishers ; claims 2,000 circulation. 
FULTON Journal; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1858; A. J. Booth, editor and publish- 
er; claims 500 circulation. 
GALENA Gazette ; every evening except Sun- 
day ; Tri-Weelsly, Mondays, Wednesdays, 
and Fridays ; Weekly, Tuesdays; four pages; 
size— daily and tri-weekly 22x32, and weekly 
26x40; subscription — daily $10, tri-weekly $5, 
weekly $2 ; established 1834 ; J. B. Brown, edit- 
or and publisher; circulation — daily 500, tri- 
weekly 350, weekly 4,500. 
GALENA Democrat ; Tuesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 30x46 ; subscription 62 ; estab- 
lished 1860; H. H. Savage, editor and publish- 
er; claims 1,800 circulation. 
GAEESBURG i^-ee Press; Thursdays; re- 
publican; eight pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1852; J. S. McClelland, 
editor and publisher; claims 2,600 circulation. 
GALESBl'RG Register ; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription 
§2; established 1866 ; William S. Bush, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 
GALESBFKG Times ; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pases ; size 26x38 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1868; E. A. Snively, editor and publisher. 



GALTA, Illinois Swede ; Fridays ; English 
and Swede; republican; four pases; size 
22x31; subscription $1 50; established I860; 
Eric Johnson, editor and publisher, claims 
1,000 circulation. 
GALVA Republican ; Wednesdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 23x34; established 1868; 
Eric Johnson, editor and publisher. 
GESESEO Republic; Fridays; republican, 
four pages; size 28x44; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1856; Hobbs and Lieberknicht, editors 
and publishers; claims 1,100 circulation. 
GEKEVA, Kane County Republican; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 23x33; 
subscription $1 50 ; established 1868; John Wil- 
son, editor and publisher. 
GEA'EVA, Gospel Banner; semi-monthly; 
twenty pages, pamphlet form; subscription 
62 : established 1853; Benjamin Wilson, editor 
and publisher. 
GIOIAiV Journal ; Wednesdays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 22x32 ; subscription 62; 
established 1868 ; M. Custers, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
GOLCONDA Herald ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1865; Samuel Roper, editor; Eobert 
McGinn, publisher. 
GRAYSVIL.EE Independent; Fridays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1850; J. E.Clarke, editor and 
publisher; claims (i00 circulation. 
GBEESFP Expositor ; (no report.) 
GREENVILLE Advocate ; Fridays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; 
established 1857; S. C. Mace, editor ;F.C. Shen- 
ick, publisher: claims 500 circulation. 
KARRISBURG Chronicle; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 22x32 : subscription 
$1 50; established I860; J. F. Burks, editor and 
publisher. 
HARVARD Independent; Wednesdays: re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 26x39 ; subscription 
$2 ; established i860 ; Tuttie <S: Heed, editors and 
publishers: claims 1,300 circulation. 
HAVASA, Democratic True Unionist; Fri- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 25x38; sub- 
scription $2: established 1866; Selah Wheadon, 
editor and publisher: claims .540 circulation. 
HAVAJSA Ledger ; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1867; Wm. Ilumphreville, editor and 
publisher. 
IIEXSEPIX Record ; (no report.) 
HEiVRT, Marshall County Republican ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; 
subscription 62 ; established 1850; Geo. Burt, 
Jr., and J. D. Woodward, editors and publish- 
ers ; claims 800 circulation. 
HIGHEASD Bote and Schutzen Zeitung ; 
Fridays ; German ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1858 : Timothy Gruaz, 
editor and publisher; organ of the national 
sharpshooters association ; claims 800 circula- 
tion. 
HIGBXA1VB Union; Thursdays; German; 
republican ; four pages : size 2.5x38 : subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1863: Gallus Rutz and J. S. 
Hoerner, editors and publishers; claims 800 
circulation. 
HILLSBORO, Democrat; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2; established 1840; E. J.C. Alexander, editor 
and publisher. 
HILLSBORO, Union Monitor ; Thursdays; 
republican ; eight pages ; size 27x42 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1867; Benj. S. Hood & 
Co., editors and publishers; printed at the 
office of the Litchfield Union Monitor. 
HOMER Journal ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 22x30; established 1865; John 
S. Harper, editor and publisher. 
JACKSONVILLE Journal ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size — daily 24x36, weekly 
29x45; subscription — daily 68, weekly $2; es- 
tablished—daily 1855, weekly 1843; G.P. Smith 
& Co., editors and publishers; claims daily 
850, weekly 2,200 circulation. 
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JF.RSEYYILLE Republican ; Wednesdays; 

republican ; four pages ; size 26X40; subScrlp- 

tion $2; established 1855; G. l'. smith, editor 

and publisher. 

JERSE It. VJLLIiE, Jersey Co. Democrat ; (no 

report.) 
Jl'.GSEYYILLE, Family and Earm Jour- 
iihI ; monthly; four j>:iixos : size 28x12; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1868; Thos. D. Wor- 
rail, editor-in-chief and publisher. 
JOLIET Republican; Saturdays; republican ; 
four juices ; size 27x40; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1849; Jos. I.. Braden, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation 1,000. 
JOLEI0T Signal ; (no report.) 
JO.\'KSBO!t() Gazette; Saturdays: demoerat- 
ic; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; 
established 1850; T. F. Bouton, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
HAiV'KAKEE, Courrierdel'Ouest; Wednes- 
days : French : four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1868; A. Grandpre & Co., 
editors and publishers. 
KASKAHEE Gazette ; Thursdays; republi- 
can: four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1853; Charles Holt, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
KAA'KAKEG Review; Wednesdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$1 :>(); established 1806; Newton H. Taylor, ed- 
itor; Thomas M. Kelly, publisher; claims 
1,000 circulation. 
KEITHSBVRG Observer; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 25x37; subscription 
2: established 1852; T. Glancey, editor and 
publisher. 
KEWAXEE, Illinois Advertiser; Tuesdays; 
independent; four pages: size 24x36; estab- 
lished 1868; G. P. Wilson & II. Wyatt, editors 
and publishers ; issued from the office of the 
Dial as an advertising medium, with a gratui- 
tous circulation claimed to be 2,000. 
KEWAiVEE, Henry Co. Dial ; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1855 ; G. P. Wilson and II. 
Wyatt, editors and publishers. 
EEtVAXEE Radical; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x30; subscription $'2; 
established 1868; N. W. Fuller, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
KIYOXVILLE. Knox Co. Republican ; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 20x28; 
subscription §2; established 1850; Robinson & 
Barnhart, editors and publishers. 
LACOA' Home Journal ; Wednesdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 20x40; subscription $2; 
established 1810; Spencer Ellsworth, editor 
and publisher. 
LACOX, Illinois Statesman; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size . 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1867; French & driest, ed- 
itors and publishers. 
XjANARK Banner; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription 82: estab- 
lished 1864; J. E. Millard, editor and publisher; 
claims 000 circulation. 
LANARK, Carroll County Gazette; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1804; John M. Adams, 
editor and publisher. 
IjA SALLE, La Salle Co. Press; Saturdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1856; E. C. Webster, editor 
and publisher. 
LAWX It F m; E Citizen ; Saturdays ; independ- 
ent ; tour pages; size 24x30; subscription $2; 
established 1S0S; Wolfe & Casson, editors and 
publishers: printed at the office of the Chilli- 
cothfi < 'itizen. 
LAWREXCEYILLE Journal ; (no report.) 
LEBAAOS Journal ; Saturdays; neutral : four 
pages: size 22x32; subscription $2; established 
L867; II. II. Simmons, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 
IiEWA Star ; Fridays ; neutral ; four pages ; size 
21x30: subscription $2; established 1807; John 
M. Shannon, editor and publisher. 
LEWISTOWX, Fulton Democrat; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 20x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established is,V>. 



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LEWISTOWTV Union; Fridays; cepublican; 

four pages ; size 25x37 : subscrfpl Ion $2 ; estab- 
lished 1864; 1». W.C.Bryant, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
EIATOE^ Hevald ; (no report.) 

llycolx Intelligencer; Wednesdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 2I\30; established 
1866; Sturgls & Ambrose, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

LITCHFIELD ( niim monitor; Thursdays; 
republican ; eight pages : size 273 13 ; subsci ip- 
tion $2; established 1867; B. S. Bood .V: Co., 
editors and publishers; claims 800 circulation'. 

LOCISVILLE Ledger; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1868; Thomas B. Pyles, editor 
and publisher; claims 000 circulation. 

lui'isviEEE, Voice of the People; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 25x38; 
subscription §2; established 1864; Edward 
Hitchcock, editor and publisher. 

McLEASSBORO Democrat ; (no report.) 

MACOMB Kai(le ; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 25x37; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1850;C'has.II.Whitaker, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MACOMB Journal; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 26x41; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1855; 11. R. Hampton, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 850 circulation. 

MAJORITY POIXT, Cumberland Demo- 
crat ; Wednesdays: democratic: four pages; 
size 22x36; subscription $2; established 1868; 
Frank Bowen, editor and publisher; claims 
1,300 circulation. 

MAREiVGO Republican; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1868; D. C. Porter, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 500 circulation. 

MARIOX, Our Flag ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 2t.\30: subscription sd 50; < s- 
tablished 1867 ; L. E. Knapp, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MARSEILLES Gazette ; (no report.) 

MAROA Tribune; Fridays; four pages; size 
22x30; subscription $2; established 1808; A. II. 
Corman, editor and publisher. 

MARSHALL, Clark Co. Herald; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1808; M. O. Frost, editor 
and publisher.. 

MARSHALL Messenger ; Fridays ; democrat- 
ic ; four pages; size 22x35; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1864; John Littlefleld, editor; Mes- 
senger Co., publishers ; claims 1)00 circulation. 

MASOS CITY News; Thursdays ; neutral ; four 
pages ; size 24x37 ; subscription 82 ; established 
I807 : Hughes & Walker, editors and publishers. 

MATTOOX, Radical Republican; Saturdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1807; E. x\oyes, editor; 
Williams .V: Robb, publishers. 

MEXDOTA Bulletin ; Thursdays ; republican 
four pages ; size 24x36; subscription $2 : estab 
lished 1802; James P. Snell, editor; Bangs & 
Owen, publishers; claims 500 circulation. 

METAMORA, Bulletin; (no report.) 

METAMORA, Woodford Journal ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1854; Power & Harl, 
editors and publishers. 

METROPOLIS, Promulgator; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24X36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1805; J. F. McCartney & 
Bro., editors anil publishers; claims 1,500 'cir- 
culation. 

METROPOLIS, Times; Thursdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 20x28; subscription 
$1; established 1867; W. J. Ward, editor; G. B. 
Depue, publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

MiiYOiVK Journal; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 27x40; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1800; G. II. Jenkins, editor: Win. II. Ad- 
dis & Co., publishers; printed at the office of 
the J" I Paso Journal, and claims 200 circulal ion. 

MIXOXK, Prairie Enterprise ; monthly; four 
pages; size 10x22; established 1808; Johnson & 
Ware, editors and publishers; issued as an 
advertising medium, with gratuitous circula- 
tion claimed to be 1,000. 



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MOAJIOPTII Atlas; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 27x42 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1840; Reid & Clark, editors and publishers; 
claims 1,464 circulation. 
MOSMOITH Review; Fridays; democratic; 
four pa^es; size 26x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1855; A. II. Swain, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 
MOATICELLO, Piatt Independent ; Wed- 
nesdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 2 4x30 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1865 ; J.M. Holmes, 
editor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 
MORRIS, Herald and Advertiser; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x43 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1865; C. E. Southard, 
editor and publisher. 
MORRISON Reform Investigator ; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; 
established 1868; E. Searle, editor; E. Searle 
& Co., publishers; devoted to financial, social 
and political reform. 
SIORRISOSf, Whiteside Sentinel ; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x41 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1857; Bent & Savage, 
editors and publishers; circulation 900. 
MOUND CITY Journal ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 23x33 ; subscription §2 ; 
established 1864; H. F. Potter & Co., editors 
and publishers. 
MOUNT CABMEL Democrat; Fridays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$150; established 1865; J. P. M. Calvo, editor 
publisher; claims 800 circulation. 
MOUNT CARROLL, Carroll Co. Mirror; 
Tuesdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; 
subscription $2; established 1858; Bollinger & 
Windle, editors and publishers. 
MOUST CARROLL, Oread; monthly; six- 
teen pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subscription 
$1 25; established 1869. 
MOUNT STERLING Record ; Fridays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2; established 1863; Martin Brooks, editor; S. 
S. Brooks, publisher; claims 830 circulation. 
MOUNT VERXOSI Free Press ; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x37; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1865 ; C.L.Hayes, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,050 circulation. 
MOUIVT VERNON Statesman; Fridays; re- 
publican; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription 
§2; established 1867 ; Henry Hitchcock, editor 
and publisher. 
MURPHYSBORO Argus; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x30; subscription 
$2; established 1868; W. F. Schuckers, editor 
and publisher. 
NAKOMIS Advertiser; monthly: neutral; 
four pages; established 1868; A. H. Draper, 
editor and publisher. 
NAPERVILLE, Du Page Co. Press ; Wed- 
nesdays : independent; four pages: size 24x36; 
subscription $150; established 1868; David B. 
Givler, editor and publisher. 
NASH VILLE Journal ; Fridays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 23x34 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1867; C. F. Hartman, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
TV ASH VILLE, People's Press; (no report.) 
NAUVOO, Democratic Press ; (no report.) 
KEWTOJ Press ; Fridays ; .democratic ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1868 ; A* N. Walker, editor and publisher ; 
claims 500 circulation. 
SEW BOSTON Herald; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1865; C. A. Ballard, editor and 
publisher. 
IV OfiES VILLE, Extern Bulletin ; (no report.) 
.NORMAL Schoolmaster; monthly; sixteen 
pages ; size 23x33 ; subscription $1 ; established 
18 IS : Prof. Albert Stetson, editor : John Hall & 
Co., publishers; organ of the Illinois State 
Normal University. 
"OLNEY Democrat ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1868; P. C. Carel, editor and publisher. 
■©LXE Y Journal ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; established 
18 i:i ; Beck <fc Bowyer, editors and publishers ; 
claims 528 circulation. 



OMBCA, (>r.incl Prairie Review ; Satur- 
days ; independent ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; 
subscription $2; established I860; Kumley & 
Lowe, editors and publishers ; circulation 
1,000. 

OMBCA, Seminary Gazette ; quarterly; 
eight pages ; size 23x33 ; subscription 50 cent's ; 
established 1867; Grand Prairie Seminary Fac- 
ulty, editors; Kumley & Lowe, publishers; 
claims 2,000 circulation. 

OQl'AWMA Spectator ; Thursdays ; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1848; J. B. & E. H. W. Patterson, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

OQFA1VKA, Monthly Novellette ; eight 
pages ; size 17x22 ; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
lished 1868; Biggs & Hevener, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

OREGON, National Guard; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; Samuel Wilson, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 650 circulation. 

OREGON, Ogle Co. Reporter; Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages : size 27x39; subscription 
$2 ; established 1851 ; M. W. Smith and J. Sharpe, 
editors; M. W. Smith, publisher. 

OTTAWA Free Trader ; Saturdays ; democrat- 
ic ; eight pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1810; Osman & Hapeman, editors 
and publishers. 

OTTAWA Republican; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x44; subscription $2; 
established 1840; Corwin & Radcliffe, editors 
and publishers; claims 1,200 circulation. 

OTTAWA Statesman; Tuesdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 28x45; subscription $2 : estab- 
lished 1868; C. H. Hayes, editor and publisher. 

OXEOLA Courier; (no report.) 

PANA Gazette ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1864; K. M. Carr, editor and publisher; claims 
600 circulation. 

PARIS, Prairie Beacon and Valley Blade ; 
Fridays; republican; four pages; size 25x40; 
subscription $2; established — Prairie Beacon 
1841, Valley Blade 1853; consolidated 1SG4; Dr. 
H. Wi Davis and William Moore, editors and 
publishers ; claims 920 circulation. 

PARIS 'Wabash Valley Times; Fridays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2; established 1865; Provines & Bishop, edit- 
ors and publishers; claims 1,100 circulation. 

P ANTON, Record; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription $2; established 1865; 
N. E. Stevens, editor and publisher. 

PEKIN Anzeiger ; (no report.) 

PEKIN, Tazewell Register; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; eight pages ; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1856; William T. Meades, 
editor and publisher. 

PEKIN, Tazewell Co. Republican ; Fridays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 31x48 ; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1856; W. W. Sellers, editor 
and publisher : W.J. Campbell, local editor; 
claims 2,000 circulation. 

PEORIA, National Democrat ; every morn- 
ing except Monday, and Weekly, Thursdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size— daily 24x36, 
■weekly 29x44; subscription — daily $9, weekly 
$2; established 1865: W. T. DowdaU, editor and 
publisher; claims daily 3,000, weekly 6,000 cir- 
culation. 

PEORIA Transcript ; every morning except 
Monday; Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays 
and Saturdays, and Weekly, Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
— daily $9, tri-weekly $5, weekly $2; establish- 
ed 1856; Peoria Transcript Co., editors and 
publishers; claims daily 2,000, tri-weekly 6,000, 
weekly 3,000 circulation. 

PEORIA Zeitung ; (no report.) 

PEORIA, Illinois Teacher; monthly ; forty- 
eight pages octavo, in pamphlet form; sub- 
scription $1 50; William M. Baker, editor; N. 
C. Nason, publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 
PEORIA, Memento ; monthly ; eight pages : 
size 24x38 ; subscription $1 ; established 1854 ; 
N. C. Nason, editor and publisher; devoted to 
literature and odd-fellowship; claims 1,700 cir- 
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PERU Herald j Thursdays: republican; four 

pases: size 26x40; subscription $2; established 
is;>s: \. Sapp, editor and publisher; elaims 500 
clrculal ii'ii. 

PETERSBURG Democrat ; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x36; established 
1860; M.B. Friend, editor; Democrat Printing 
Co., publi sher s. 

PETFKSISCItG, Mciim-d Rt-publirnii; Fri- 
days; republican: four pages; size 23x33; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; J. T. McNeely, 
editor and publisher: circulation 600, 

PHILO Herald; Fridays; republican; four 
pages; size 23x31 : Barper & Lane, editors and 
publishers. 

PrTTSFIEER, Pike Co. Democrat; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 28x42; 
subscription $2; established 1867; J. M. Bush, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 

PLAXO Mirror; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages; size 21x36; subscription $150; II. R. 
Marshall, editor and publisher; claims 300 cir- 
culation. 

POLO, Ogle Co. Press; weekly; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription 82 ; established 1801; 
.John W. Clinton, editor and publisher. 

POLO, Pefligogies ; monthly ; four pages ; size 
24x36; subsciption 25 cents; established 1868; 
II. B. Walworth, editor. 

POA'TIAC, Free Press ; Thursdays : republi- 
can: four pages; size 20x40; subscription $2; 
established 1807; II. C. Jones and A. W. Kel- 
logg, editors; Jones & Renoe, publishers; 
claims 900 circulation. 

POXTI AC, Livingston Co. Democrat ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; sub- 
scription $-2 ; established 1838 ; Wilton & Organ, 
editors and publishers. 

POXTIAC Sentinel; Thursdays; republican; 
lour pages; size 28x42: subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1857; James Stout, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,003 circulation. 

PRAIRIE CITY Gazette; monthly; four 
pages; size 20x40: established 1809; Cheesebro 
& Harshberger, editors and publishers. 

PRLVCETOA T , Bureau Co. Patriot; Tues- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 20x40 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1802; C. L. Smith and 
J. Smith, editors and publishers; claims 930 
circulation. 

PRIIVCETOX, Bureau Co. Republican; 
Thursdays; republican; eight pages; size 
30x43; subscription $2; established 1858; John 
W. Bailey, editor and publisher; claims 2,500 
circulation. 

PRIJVCEV1LLE Citizen; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; established 
1807; J.W.Wolfe and II. Casson, Jr., editors 
and publishers; printed at the office of the 
Clullirothe Citizen. 

QUI3VCT Herald; every morning except Sun- 
day ; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and 
Saturdays, and Weekly. Mondays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size— daily arid tri-weekly 
26x39, weekly 30x45; subscription— daily $10, 
tri-weekly $5, weekly $2; established' 1830; 
Austin Brooks, editor ; John P. Cadogan & Co., 
publishers; claims daily 1,000, tri-weekly 300, 
weekly 5,000 circulation. 

QFLVCY Journal ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and Rural West and Weekly Jour- 
nal, Thursdays; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages; size— daily 24x37, weekly 28x40; 
subscription— daily $7, weekly $2 50; estab- 
lished 1867; T. M. Rogers, editor and publisher. 

Ql CIirCT Tribune ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and Weekly; German; republican; four 
pages; size— daily 24x37, weekly 28x42; sub- 
scription—daily 67 80; weekly $2 50; estab- 
lished—daily 1858, weekly 1853; Louis Korth, 
editor: S.M.Rogers, publisher: claims daily 
400, weekly 800 circulation. 

QULVt'Y Whig; every morning except Sun- 
day, and Weekly, Saturdays; republican; 
tour pages; size— daily 26x40, weekly 28x44; 
subscription— daily $10, weekly $2; establish- 
ed 1838; Bailhache & Phillips, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

OA'IACY, Church Reporter; monthly; six- 
teen pages octavo; subscription $1; estab- 



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lished 1807; E. P. Ilalshe, editor and publisher; 
claims S00 circulation. 

ROBINSON, Crawford Co. Argus; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription $2; established 180.'!; (,. \V. Barper, 
editor and publisher; claims 350 clrculal Ion. 

itor.i \so\. Constitution; weekly; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; 
established 1803; John Talbot, edit or and pub- 
lisher. 

ROCHELLE Register; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 26x41; subscription $2; 
established 1863 ; Blbridge L. Otis, editor and 
publisher; elaims about 1,000 circulation. 

ROCKFORD Gazette; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 27x41: subscription si ; estab- 
lished 1S00; E. A. & W. E. Smith, editors and 
publishers. 

ltOCHFORD Register; Saturdays; republi- 
can; eight pages; size 30x43; subscription $2; 
established 1855; E. II. Griggs, editor; Bock- 
ford Register Co., publishers; claims 2,000 cir- 
culation. 

ROCKFORD, Western Mirror; Thursdays; 
neutral; four pages; size 22x30; subscription 
$150; established 1861; Allen Gibson, editor 
and publisher. 

ROCKFORD, Winnebago Vo. Chief; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 20x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1866; Irvine A: Enoch, 
editors and publishers .-claims 1,100 circulation. 

ROCKFORD (>olden Censer; semi-monthly; 
eight pages; size 21x30; subscription $1; estab- 
lished lsos- John Lemley, editor and publisher. 

ROCKFORD, Words for Jesus; monthly; 
sixteen pages; size 25x30; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1800; Lamont Brothers, editors and 
publishers. 

ROCK ISLAIVD Argus ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size— daily 25x38, weekly 27x42; 
subscription— daily $10; weekly $3 ; established 
—daily 1854, weekly 1851; J. B. Danforth, Jr., 
editor; Danforth & Jones, publishers. 

ROCK ISLAND Union; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size— daily 26x39, weekly 
28x44; subscription— daily $10, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1839; L. M. Haverstick, editor and 
publisher; claims daily 000, weekly 1,540 cir- 
culation. 

ItrSHVILLE Gazette ; (no report.) 

RUSH VILLE, Schuyler Citizen ; Thursdays ; 

' republican; four pages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1850 ; G. W. Scrippo, editor 
and publisher; circulation 700. 

RUSIIVILLE Times; Thursdays; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1856; Edwin Dyson, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SALEM Advocate ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1858 ; Louis V. Taft, editor and publisher. 

SALEM, Marion Co. Republican; Fridays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1805; John A. Wall, editor 
and publisher; circulation 527. 

SAXDWICII Gazette ; (no report.) 

SIIAjVIVOjV Gazette ; Saturdays; republican;," 
four pages; size 20x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1864; J. It. Howlett, editor and pub- 
lisher; printed at the office of the Lanark, 
Carroll Co. Gazette. 

SHAWIVEETOWAT Mercury; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2 50; established 1800; I). W. Lusk, editor and 
publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 

SHELRYVILLE, Shelby County Leader; 
Thursdays ; democratic ; fourpages ; size 26x40; 
subscription $2: established 1S02; Bufus Sum- 
erlin ; editor and publisher ; elaims 000 circula- 
tion. 

SHELRYVILLE, Sbclby Co. Union ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription $2: established 1803; P. T. Martin, 
editor and publisher. 

SPARLAAD Chronicle; Wednesdays; neu- 
tral; four pages; size 20x40; subscription $2; 
established 1868; Spencer Ellsworth, editor 
and publisher; claims 050 circulation. 



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ILLINOIS. 



SPARTA, Randolph Flaiiidealer ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four panes ; size '27x41 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1800; Thomas M. 
Nichol, editor and publisher. 

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois State Journal ; 
every morning except Sunday ; Tri- Weekly, 
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and 
"Weekly, AVednesdays; republican; four 
pages; size 20x40; subscription— daily $10, tri- 
weekly $0, weekly $2; established 1830; E. L. 
Baker, editor-in-chief; Journal Company, 
publishers. 

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois State Register; 
every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size — 
daily 25x35, weekly 27x40 ; subscription — daily 
§10, "weekly $2; established 1827; E. L. Merritt 
& Brother, editors and publishers. 

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois Staats-Deinokrat; 
Fridays; German; democratic; eight pages; 
size 25x40; subscription $3; established 1865; 
Christian Lohmann, editor and publisher. 

SPRmGFIELl), Masonic Trowel; month- 
ly; masonic; sixteen pages; size 25x38; sub- 
scription $1 25; established 18(52; Herman G. 
Reynolds & Son, editors and publishers; 
claims 12,150 circulation. 

STERLING, Gazette ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
eight pages; size 28x40; subscription 82; es- 
tablished 1858; C. M. AVorthington, editor and 
publisher. 

STERLING, Whiteside Co. Argus; Tues- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1807; W. S. & G. W". 
Pratt, editors and publishers; claims 1,200 cir- 
culation. 

STERLING, Whiteside Chronicle ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 25x38; sub- 
scription $2; established 1808; Mack Bros., 
editors and publishers. 

SULLIVAN Democrat ; (no report.) 

SULLIVAN, Okaw Republican $ Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription §2; established 1800; Alvin 
P. Greene, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion 500. 

SULLIVAN Progress ; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 20x40; subscription 
$2; established 1857; R. Couch and I. D. Per- 
ryman, editors and publishers. 

SYCAMORE, Tine Republican ; "Wednes- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1857 ; H. E. Boies, 
editor and publisher; circulation 1,2(0. 

TAYLORVILLE Democrat ; (no report.) 

TAYLORVILLE Flag ; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; 
established 18G4 ; J. J. Squier, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

THOMSON Courier; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 20x40; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1807; D. McCoy, editor and publisher; 
printed at the office of the Lanark Carroll Co. 
Gazette. 

TOLONO Citizen ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
22x32; subscription $2; established 1808; John 
S. Harper, editor and publisher ; printed at the 
office of the Homer Journal. 

TOULON, Prairie Chief; Wednesdays : dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2; established 1867; M. Shallenberger and 
Ben W. Seaton, editors ; B. W. Seaton, pub- 
lisher. 

TOULON, Stark Co. News; Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 26x37; subscription 
$2; established 1850; Oliver White, editor and 
publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

TUSCOLA, Independent Statesman; week- 
ly; democratic; four pages; size 23x33; sub- 
scription $2; established 1808; A. Sellers, edit- 
or and publisher. 

TUSCOLA Journal; Thursdays; l-epublican; 
eight pages; size 24x30; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1805 ; Amasa S. Lindsay, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

URRANA, Illinois Democrat; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic ; lour pages ; size 20x40 ; subscription §2 ; 
established 1807; G. N. Richards, editor and 
publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

VANDALIA Democrat ; (no report.) 



ILLINOIS. 



VANDALIA Union ; Wednesdays ; republ ican ; 
four pages; size 24x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1808; H. S. Humphrey, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

VIENNA, Egyptian Artery; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x30; subscription 
$2; established 1856; Wright & Co., editors and 
publishers ; claims 500 circulation. 

VIKDEN Record; Thursdays; neutral; eight 
pages; size 26x40; subscription sj?2 ; established 
1806; W. F. Thompson and E. L. Rich, editors 
and publishers. 

VIRGINIA Courier; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 23x33; subscription $2; established 
1866; L. S. Allard, editor and publisher; claims 
650 circulation. 

VIRGINIA, Cass Co. Democrat; weekly ; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 23x34; subscription 
S2 ; established 1860 ; J. K. Van Demark, editor ; 
J. X. Gridley, publisher ; claims 500 circulation. 

VIRGINIA,"Cass Co. Times; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$2; established 1806; J. G. Fuss, editor; Fuss 
& Gridley, publishers. 

WARREN Sentinel; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1867; Herst C. Gaun, editor and 
publisher. 

WARSAW Bulletin; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 21x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 186S; Frank M. Dallam, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WASHINGTON Herald ; Thursdays ; four 
pages; size 22x31; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1868; Thomas Handsaker, editor and 
publisher. 

WATERLOO Advocate ; Fridays ; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $2 ; 
established 1858; J. F. Gotshall, editor and 
publisher. 

WATSEKA, Iroquois Republican ; Wednes- 
day's; republican; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1850 ; Z. Beatty, editor 
and publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

WAUKEGAN Gazette; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1850; James Y. Cory, editor and 
publisher. 

WAUKEGAN, Lake €o. Patriot ; Saturdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 20x40; subscrip- 
tion §2; established 1806; Samuel 1. Bradbury, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,100 circula- 
tion. 

WENONA News Index ; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 20x40: subscription $2; established 1805; 
Parker & Taylor, editors and publishers. 

WHEATON," Northern Illinoian ; Wednes- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription 8150; established 1801; J. A. Whit- 
lock, editor and publisher; claims 000 circula- 
tion. 

WILMINGTON, Independent; Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion 82 ; established 1801 ; W. R. Steele, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

WINCHESTER Democrat ; (no report.) 

WINCHESTER, Scott Co. I'nion ; republi- 
can; four paiires; size 24x36; subscription 82; 
established 1807; Wm. T. Collins, editor and 
publisher. 

WINCHESTER Times; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size21x3o ; subscription 82 ; 
established 1805; A. A. Wheelock&Co., editors 
and publishers. 

WOODSTOCK Sentinel ; Thursdays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 27x43; subscription $2; 
established 1850; Sapp & Richardson, editors 
and publishers ; claims 2,000 circulation. 

YATES CITY Herald; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x30; subscription $2; established 1S64; 
J. S. Foster, editor arid publisher. 

YORKYILLE, Kendall Co. Record ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x30; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1854; John R. Mar- 
shall, editor and publisher; claims 000 circula- 
tion. 

YOUNG AMERICA News ; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 25x38; subscription $2 ; 
established 1808; Reed & Clark, editors and 
publishers. 



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INDIANA. 



AADERSOrv, Hcrnld; Thursdays: republi- 
can: four pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; 
established 1858; John O. Hardesty, editor and 
publisher; claims 3,000 circulation. 

AJVSERSON, Plain Dealer ; Thursdays : dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size -j."i\-.;s: subscription 
$•2; established is ,; 7: Geo. D.Farrar, editor and 
publisher. 

ANGOLA, Steuben Republican; Thursdays : 
republican; tour pages; size 24x34; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established isr>7: ltfyrtle& Weamer, 
editors and publishers. 

ATTICA Ledger; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; size 26x38; subscription $2; established 
L850; Benj. i\ Hegler, editor and publisher; 
circulation 700. 

AUDI 'IHf, De Kalb Co. Democrat; Satur- 
days: democratic; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; II. 1). Card, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

AURORA, Dearborn Independent ; Thurs- 
days; republican ; Tour pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription .•?•-'; established 1868; McDonald & 
Cob b, editors and publishers. 

AURORA. People's Advocate ; Thursdays; 
democratic: four pages; size 24x3(5; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1808; Advocate Printing 
Co., publishers. 

BEDFORD, Christian Record; monthly; 
christian: thirty-two pages octavo, in pam- 
phlet form ; size 32x48 ; established 1843; James 
M. Mathes, editor ami publisher; claims 2,300 
circulation. 

BEDFORD Independent ; "Wednesdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2 : established 1849; 1. II. Thomas, editor and 
publisher: claims 1,500 to 2,000 circulation. 

BLOOMFIEL1) Democrat; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1808; Harry Burns and I. 
R. Isenhower, editors; James E. Itiley, pub- 
lisher and proprietor. 

BLOOMFIEL1), Southern Indianian ; (no 
report.) 

BLOOMFIELD, Weekly Times ; (no report.) 

BLOOMIAGTOJV Progress ; Wednesdays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
82: established 1845; Win. A. Gabe, editor and 
publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

BLUFFTOjY, Banner; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
82: established 1849; Jas. Gerry Smith, editor 
and publisher. 

BLUFFTOIV Standard ; weekly; republican; 
four pages; size 24x30; circulation 517. 

BOURBON, Indiana Press ; (no report.) 

BOWLIIVG GREEN, Aurora Rorealis; Wed- 
nesdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x41 ; 
subscription 82; established 1858; A. True 
Lansing, editor and publisher. 

BOWLING GREEN Times ; (no report.) 

BRAZIL, Home Weekly ; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$1 50; established 1801; Abraham Wright, edit- 
or and publisher; claims GOO circulation. 

BRAZIL, Manufacturer and Miner ; Thurs- 
days; republican ; four pages; size 25x38; sub- 
scription s.'; established 1S07; Thos. J. Gray 
and J. B. F. Taylor, editors ; Thos. J. Gray, pub- 
lisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

BBOOKVniE American; (no report.) 

BROOKYILLE. Democrat ; (no report.) 

BITLER, Banner of Liberty ; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 22x31; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1808; E. Higley, editor; 
M. Higley, publisher. 

CAMBRIDGE CITY, Western Mirror; (no 
report.) 

CAXi\ELTO.\ Reporter; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x32; subscription s2 ; 
established 1853; T.J. De La Hunt, publisher 
and proprietor; claims 700 circulation. 

COLUMBIA CITV Post ; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic ; tour pages ; size 25x37 : subscription si ; 
established 1804; E. W. Brown, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

COLUMBIA CITY, Whitley Co. Republi- 
can; Wednesdays; republican; four pages; 
size 24x30; subscription 81 50: established 1800; 
Frank J. Beck, editor and publisher. 



INDIANA. 



CO I, UM DCS Bulletin; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x36; subscript ion s2 ; estab- 
lished 1867; N.T.carr, editor and publisher; 
claims 750 circulation. 

COLUMBUS Union ; Thursdays] republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x37; subscription §2; estab- 
lished I860] Geo. W. Allison, editor and pub- 
lisher : claims HOI) circulat ion. 

CONNERSVILLE Examiner) (no report.) 

COBflYERSVTLLE Times; Wednesdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 21x30; subscription 
$2 50; established 1850; A. M. .V G. M. Sinks, 
editors and publishers; claims !M«i circulat ion. 

CORY DON Democrat; Tuesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 26x38; subscription s2 ; estab- 
lished 1852; A. W. Brewster, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

C«Vl,\«TOA T Free Press ; Thursdays; repub- 

' lican; four pages; size24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1807; G. W. Mcrryman, editor and 
publisher. 

COVINGTON, People's Friend; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1841 ; J. II. Spence, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,300 circulation. 

CRAWFORDSYILLE Journal ; Thursdays; 
republican ; eight pages ; size 20x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1848; McCain & Hendricks, 
editors and publishers. 

CRAWFORDSVILLE Review ; Saturdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1843; Charles H. Bowen, 
editor and publisher. 

CBOm'S POINT Register; weekly; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x34; subscription $2; 
established 1857; Bedell & Beattie, editors and 
publishers; claims 800 circulation. 

DANVILLE, Hendricks Co. Union ; (no re- 
port.) 

DECATUR Eagle ; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages; size 23x32; subscription 81 50; estab- 
lished 1857; A. J. Hill, editor and publisher. 

DECATUR Herald ; (no report.) 

DELPHI Journal ; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 25x38; subscription 82; es- 
tablished 1850; James B. Scott, editor and 
publisher; claims 570 circulation. 

DELPHI, Tunes; weekly; democratic; four 
pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1845; P. H. O'Brien, editor and publisher; 
claims 800 circulation. 

DOYER HILL, Martin Co. Herald ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 21x28 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1808; Henry A. Peed, 
editor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

DUBLIN Weekly Times; (no report.) 

ELKHART, Democratic Union; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1805; I). W. Sweet, editor; 
G. C. Hackstaff& Co., publishers; claims 1,000 
circulation. 

ELKHART, Herald of Truth; monthly; 
Mennonite ; sixteen pages ; size 24x30 ; sub- 
scription 81; established 1804; John F. Funk, 
editor and publisher. 

ELKHART Review ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 27x30; subscription 82 ; estab- 
lished 1859; Charles II. Chase, editor; C. A. & 
G. S. Chase, publishers; claims 800 circulation. 

EVANSVILLE Courier; every morning ex- 
cept Monday ; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, Thurs- 
days and Saturdays, and Weekly , Thursdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size — daily 26x36, 
weekly 28x42; subscription— daily $10, weekly 
82; established 1864; T. E. Picket, G. W.Shank- 
lin and J. C. Ilerndon, editors; Geo.W.Shank- 
lin, publisher; claims daily 1,200, tri-weekly 
500, weekly 2,000 circulation. 

EVANSVILLE Democrat; every morning ex- 
cept .Monday, and Weekly, Tuesdays; Ger- 
man democratic; daily four page-.; weekly 
eight pages; size — daily 24x36, weekly 26x38; 
subscription— daily $8, weekly $2 ; established 
1804; E. &. F. Lauenstein, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
EVANSVILLE Enquirer; (no report.) 
EVANSVILLE Journal ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, Thurs- 
days and Saturdays, and Weekly, Thursdays ; 
republican; lour pages; size — daily and tri- 



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INDIANA. 



weekly 25x37, weekly 28x42 ; subscription — 
daily $10, tri-weekly $7; weekly $2; establish- 
ed 1831; Evansville Journal Co., editors and 
publishers ; claims daily 2,000, weekly 5,000 cir- 
culation. 

EVANSVILLE, Opera Bulletin ; every 
morning except Sunday ; four pages ; size 
10x22 ; Groves Bros., publishers ; issued as a 
theatrical advertising medium with gratuitous 
circulation. 

EVASSVILLE Fnion ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; 
German ; republican ; daily four pages ; week- 
ly eight pages ; size— daily 25x38, weekly 28x42 ; 
subscription— daily $0, weekly $2; establish- 
ed 1851; Bach & Esslinger, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

1'OBT WATjSE Democrat ; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 26x37; subscrip- 
tion—daily 88, weekly $2; established I860; 
E. Zimmerman & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

FORT WATAE Gazette; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size — daily 20x38, weekly 
28x44 ; subscription— daily $8, weekly $2 ; estab- 
lished 1803 ; Fort Wayne Gazette Co., editors 
and publishers. 

FORT WAYNE, Indiana Staats Zeitung ; 
tri-weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- 
urdays, and 'Weekly, Wednesdays ; four 
pages ; size — tri-weekly 24x35, weekly 29x42 ; 
subscription — tri-weekly $4, weekly $2 50; 
established 1857; I. Sarninghausen, editor and 
publisher; claims tri-weekly 6J0, weekly 2,000 
circulation. 

FRANKFORT l T nion Banner; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1804; James Beard, editor 
and publisher. 

FRANKFORT Crescent; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1851 ; A. E. Paige, editor and 
publisher; claims 750 circulation. 

FRANKLIN JetFcrsonian; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages : size 20x40 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1850; H. G. Allison, editor and pub- 
lisher ; claims 960 circulation. 

FRAIVKLm, Johnson Co. Press; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1859; John F. Farley, 
editor and publisher. 

GOSHEJf Democrat; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2 50 ; established 1837 ; W. A. Beane, editor and 
publisher; claims 768 circulation. 

GOSHEJfTimes ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 27x42 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1855 ; Wm. M. Starr, editor and publisher. 

COSPORT Independent; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 22x30 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1868 ; Mathes & Painter, editors and 
publishers. 

GREESCASTLE, Indiana Press ; Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; sub- 
scription §2 ; established 1858 ; Howard Briggs, 
editor anil publisher. 

GREEACASTLE, Putnam Republican 
Banner; Wednesdays; republican; four 
pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; establish- 
ed 1852; Geo. J. Langsdale, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 800 circulation. 

GREEafCASTLE Weekly Flag ; (no report.) 

GREESFIELD Commercial ; Fridays; re- 
publican ; four pases ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$150; established 1808 ; A. C. Beeson, editor; 
Commercial Co., publishers. 

GREEiVFIELB, Hancock Democrat; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $1 50 ; established 1853 ; Wm. Mitchell, 
editor and publisher. 

GREENSBITRGH Herahl ; Thursdays ; four 
pages ; size 22x33 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1867 : II. C. Conner, editor and publisher. 

GREENSBITRGH Press ; {no report.) 

GREENSBITRGH Standard ; Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; eight pages ; size26x40 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1835 ; J. J. Hazelrigg, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 



INDIANA. 



HAGERSTOWiS Journal ; Saturdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; 
established 1868; Bromageiu & Edwards, edit- 
ors and proprietors. 
HARTFORD (TTY'Democrat; Fridays ; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1867; Charles F.Jackson, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 
HARTFORD CITY 1'nion; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$1 50; established 1801; John M. Uuekman, 
editor and publisher; claims 520 circulation. 
HINTINGBFRG Signal; Saturdays; Ger- 
man; four pages: size 21x28; subscription 
$1 50; established 1867; Signal Co., publishers. 
HFNTINGTON Democrat; {no report.) 
III'ATIAGTOA', Indiana Herald ; Wednes- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1848 ; Cole & Mains, ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 1,032 cumulation. 
INDIANAPOLIS, Commercial ; every even- 
ing except Sunday ; republican ; four pages ; 
size 22x33 ; M. G. Lee, editor and publisher. 

INDIANAPOLIS Journal ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly; republican; 
eight pages; size 31x44; Douglass & Conner, 
editors and publishers. 

INDIANAPOLIS Mirror ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Sundays; inde- 
pendent: fourpages; size — daily24x36, weekly 
28x42 ; subscription — daily $6, weekly $2 ; estab 
lishedl867; G. C. Harding and W. B. Vickers, 
editors ; Harding, Morton & Co., publishers ; 
claims weekly 4,500 circulation. 

INDIANAPOLIS Sentinel ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, AVednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 29x41 ; subscrip- 
tion—daily $10, weekly $2; established 1838; 
B.J. Bright, editorand publisher; claims daily 
0,000 circulation. 

INDIANAPOLIS Telegraph ; everymorning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; Ger- 
man; republican; daily four pages; weekly 
eight pages; size— daily 25x38, weekly 28x42; 
subscription— daily $8, weekly $2 50; estab- 
lished—daily 1S65, weekly 1868; Daily Tele- 
graph Co., publishers. 

INDIANAPOLIS, Future ; Thursdays ; Ger- 
man; independent; eight pages; size 28x42; 
subscription $3; established 1864; Daily Tele- 
graph Co., publishers. 

INDIANAPOLIS Illustrated Christian ; Sat- 
urdays; eight pages; size 28x40: subscription 
$2 50; established 1867; C. G. Coutant, manag- 
ing editor; Samuel C. Austin & Co., publish- 
ers ; published simultaneously at Indianapolis 

Mind Boston, Mass. 

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana Union; (no report.) 

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana Volksblatt; Sat- 
urdays ; German ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
25x38"; subscription $2 50; established 1848 ; Ju- 
lius Boetticker, editor and publisher ; claims 
2,800 circulation. 

INDIANAPOLIS, Little Sower; weekly; 
disciples ; eight pages : size 14x21 ; subscription 
$1; established 1866; W. W. Dowling, editor 
and publisher; claims 22,000 circulation; de- 
voted to matters of interest to children. 

INDIANAPOLIS Spottvogel ; Sundays ; Ger- 
man ; comic : eight pages ; size 20x26 ; Subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1866. 

INDIANAPOLIS, American Housewife; 
monthly ; sixteen pages ; size 25x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $l"50; established 1868; Elijah Goodwin 
and Mrs. M. M. B. Goodwin, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 10,000 circulation. 

INDIANAPOLIS Good Templar; {no i-eport.) 

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana State Commer- 
cial and Home Advocate ; monthly; eight 
pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription $1 ; established 
1864; F. M. Blair, editor; Blair & Eidson, pro- 
prietors; devoted to masonry, literature, 
news, &c. 

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana School Journal; 
monthly ; forty-eight pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1855; Geo. AV. Hoss, ed- 
itor; Downey, Brouse, Butler & Co., publish- 
ers; claims 1*900 circulation. 

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana Teacher ; (no re- 
port.) 



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INDIANAPOF1S, Jolly Booster ; monthly; 
lour pages ; subscripl Ion 50 cents ; established 
is'-.t : Roach & Thistlethwaite, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 2,500 circulation. 

INDIAAAPOI.IS, Ladies' Own Magazine) 
monthly : thirty-two pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion $160; established 1869; Mrs. M. Cora 
Bland, editor; North-western Farmer Co., pub- 
lishers. 

Indianapolis, Little Chief} monthly; six- 
teen pages; size 21x29; subscription 75 rents; 
established 1867; A. C. Shortridge, editor and 
publisher. 

INDF\NAPO!,IS, Morning Watch; month- 
ly; disciples ; eight pages; size 10x25; sub- 
scription 75 cts.; established 1867; W.W. Dow- 
ling, editor and publisher; claims 4,000 circu- 
lation. 

n'DIAWPOLIS, Mothers Monitor ; month- 
ly; forty-eight pages octavo; subscription $2; 
established 1863; -Mrs. M. M. B. Goodwin, edit- 
or and publisher; circulation 10,000. 

IXDIAAAPOLIS, Musical Visitor ; (no re- 
port.) 

L\l)IAXAPOLIS, North-West ern Fanner; 
monthly; agricultural; twenty-eight pages; 
size of page 10x13; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1866; North- western Farmer Co., editors 
and publishers; issued simultaneously at In- 
dianapolis and Chicago, 111. ; circulation about 
14,000. 

INDIANAPOLIS, Odd-Fellows Talisman ; 
(no report.) 

INDIANAPOLIS, Old Oaken Bucket ; 
monthly; temperance; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1869; Cowen &Protzman, editors and 
publishers. 

INDIANAPOLIS, Sparkling Gem; monthly; 
temperance; sixteen pages octavo; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 1867; Mrs. M. M. B. 
Goodwin, editor; A. Q. Goodwin, publisher. 

INDIANAPOLIS, Temperance Journal ; 
(no report.) 

IXI>IA\Al>OLIS, Western Journal of Med- 
icine ; monthly ; sixty-tour pages octavo ; sub- 
scription $3; established 1866; Theophilus Par- 
vin, M. I)., editor; Parvin & Co., publishers; 
claims 1,500 circulation. 

IXDIAXAPOLIS, Western Musical Re- 
view; monthly; twenty pages; size of page 
10x12; subscription 75 cents; established 1800; 
Benham Bros. & Co., editors and proprietors; 
claims 3,000. 

JASPER, Courier ; Fridays, democratic; four 
pages; size 20x28; subscription $150; estab- 
lished. 1858; Clement Doane, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 350 circulation. 

JEFFE1WOAVILLE, National Democrat; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $2 50; established 1854; H. 
B. Wools, editor and publisher. 

KEADALLVILLE, Commercial Adver- 
tiser; Thursdays; four pages; size 12x18; es- 
tablished 1868; Graves & Piatt, editors and 
publishers; an advertising sheet. 

KEA'D.U.LVILLE, Nohle County Journal; 
Fridays; republican; four pages; size 28x44; 
subscription 82 50; established i860; J. Pal- 
miter, editor and publisher. 

KEADALLVILLE Standard ; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 27x44; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1803 ; C. O. Myers, editor 
and publisher: claims 700 circulation. 

KEXTLAA'D Gazette; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1860; J. B. Conner, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 500 circulation. 

HEA'TLAMB, Newton Democrat; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 21x32; 
subscription $2; established 1868; J. B. Spots- 
wood, editor and publisher; claims 400 circu- 
lation. 

KNIGHTSTOWN, Banner; Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size '21x30; subscription $1 ; 
established 1807; John A. Deem, editor and 
publisher ; claims 1,200 circulation. 

KNIGHTSTOWN, Central Indiana Adver- 
tiser ; semi-monthly; four pages; size 18x24; 
established 1868; I. C. Biddell, publisher; ad- 
vertising sheet. 



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KNOX, stark Co. Ledger; Fridays; demo- 
cratic: four pages ;size 22x32 ; subscripl ion $2; 

established 1866; Mrs. M . K. I hi in s, editor and 
publisher. 

HOKOMO, Howard Tribune; Thursdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 28x43; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1851 ; T. C. Phillips, edit- 
or; Phillips & Wildman, publishers; claims 
1,300 circulat ion. 

liOKOMO, Western Independent; semi- 
monthly : temperance ; tour pages ; size 22x28 ; 
subscription $1 ; established is67; s. t. Mont- 
gomery & Co., publishers; claims 2,000 circu- 
lation. 

LAFAYETTE Courier; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Tuesdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 283 13 ; subscription — daily $10, 
weekly$2; established 1819; w. S. Lingle, edit- 
or and publisher; claims the largest circula- 
tion. 

LAFAYETTE Journal; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pases; size 28x42; subscription — 
daily $10, weekly $2; established 1820; Barron 
& Vater. editors and publishers; claims daily 
2,400, weekly 3,300 circulation. 

LAFAYETTE Index; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 29x40; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1868; Coonrod & Smith, editors and 
publishers. 

LAFAYETTE, Indiana Union; Saturdays; 
German ; republican ; four pages; size 26x38; 
subscription 83; established 1868; Carl Wul- 
sten, editor and publisher. 

LAGRANGE, Standard ; Fridays ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 26x40; subscription §2; 
established 1867; I. II. Rerick, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

LAPORTE, Fnion and Herald ; Saturdays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 28x11; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1838; S. Major, editor; 
C. G. Powell, publisher; claims 2,160 circu- 
lation. 

LAWRENCERFRGII Press ; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 25x35; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1864; I. P. Chew, edit 
or; S. Chapman, publisher; claims 600 circu 
lation. 

LAWRENCERFRGII, Democratic Regis- 
ter ; Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
25x38; subscription $2; established 1828; A. 
Bookwalter, editor and publisher. 

LEBANON, Patriot; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1863; David F. Caldwell, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

LEBANON, Boone Co. Pioneer; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x39; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1868; H. S. Evans, editor 
and publisher. 

LEXINGTON Enterprise; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages: size 22x32; subscription 
§150; established 1868 ; Crutcher & McGinnis, 
editors and publishers. 

LIBERTY Herald; Tuesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x31 : subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1851; (.'has. W. Stivers, editor and 
publisher; claims 650 circulation. 

LIGONIER, National Banner; Wednesdays ; 
democratic; four pages ; size 26x39; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; J. B. Stoll, editor and 
publisher; circulation 1,100. 

LIGONIER Republican; Tuesdays; republi- 
can ; four pages; size 25x38; subscription £2; 
established 1867; W. T. Kimsey, editor and 
publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

LOGANSPORT, Democratic Pharos ; Wed- 
nesdays ; four pages ; size 28x 13 ; subscription 
$2 50; established 1844; S. A. Hall, editor and 
proprietor. 

LOGANSPORT Journal ; Saturdays: repub- 
lican ; four pages : size 28x42 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1840; Bringburst & Dague, editors 
and publishers. 

MADISON Courier; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 27x41; subscription — 
daily $10, weekly $2; established— daily 1848, 
weekly 1837; M. C. Garber and Jno. A.Crozicr, 
editors; M. C. Garber & Co., publishers. 



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MAMSOSf Free Press ; Saturdays: democrat- 
ic ; eight pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription 82 ; 
established 1800; J. D. Simpson & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

MARION, Clironicle ; Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 25x38; subscription §2; 
established 1867; Marshall F. Tingley, editor 
and proprietor; claims 1,000 circulation. 

MARION, Mississinewa Monitor ; Fridays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1808; Jennings & Hamil- 
ton, editors and proprietors. 

MARTINSVILLE Clarion; (no report.) 

HARTIi\SVILLE Monitor ; (no report.) 

MARTINSVILLE, Morgan Co. Gazette ; 
Saturdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; 
subscription §2; established 1850; E. W. Callis 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

MICHIGAN CITY Enterprise; Fridays; re- 
publican ; lour pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$2; established 1800; Thos. Jernegan, editor 
and publisher. 

MISHAWAKA Enterprise; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 25x37 : subscription 
$2; established 1854; Norman V. Brower, editor 
and publisher; claims 936 circulation. 

MITCHELL Commercial ; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages : size 21x31 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1800; Wm. L. Barry &Bro., editors 
and publishers; claims 350 circulation. 

MONTICELLO Constitutionalist ; (no re- 
port.) 

MOXTICELLO Democrat ; (no report.) 

MO?JTICELLO Herald; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 20x39; subscription $2 ; established 
1862 : Wm. H. Das-rue, editor and publisher. 

MOFST VERNON Union; semi-weekly : Wed- 
nesdays and Saturdays ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1803 ; C. L. Prosser, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 

MOUNT VERNON Democrat; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages; size 22x32 ; established 
1807; Thomas Collins, editor and publisher; 
circulation 800. 

Ml'SCIE, ISclaware Co. Times; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x3* subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1801 ; Ethel] & Helm, edit- 
ors and publishers : claim 700 circulation. 

MUNCIE Guardian ; (no report.) 

NASHVILLE Union ; (no report.) 

NASHVILLE Index ; (no report.) 

NEW ALBANY Commercial ; every morn- 
ing, and Weekly, Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 28x40; subscription — daily 
$10, weekly $2; established 18H; James P. 
Luse, editor and publisher; claims daily 1,000, 
weekly 3,000 circulation. 

MEW ALBANY Ledger ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays ; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size — daily 24x30, weekly 
29x43; subscription— daily $10," weekly $2 ; es- 
tablished 1837; Norman *& Matthews," editors 
and publishers; circulation — daily 1,100, week- 
ly 4,250. 

NEWBURGH, Warrick Herald ; Thursdays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50 ; established 1807 ; J. V. Admire, edit- 
or and publisher; claims 880 circulation. 

NEW CASTLE Courier; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1841; Elwood Pleas, editor and 
publisher. 

NEW CASTLE, Examiner ; Thursdays : dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 21x34; subscription 
$2; established 1808; L. L. Dale, editor; Frank 
Adams, publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

NEW CASTLE, Sign of tlic Times ; (no re- 
port.) 

NEW HARMONY Register ; Saturdays ; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1867 ; C. W. Slater and J. P. Bennett, 
editors and publishers ; claims 500 circulation. 

NEWPORT, Booster State; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2; established 1855; S. B. Davis, editor and 
publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

NOBLESVILLE, Hamilton Co. Register ; 
Thursdays ; republican : four pages ; size 24x30 ; 
subscription $1 50; established 1S09; A. M. 
Conklin, editor and publisher. 



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NOBLESVILLE, White River Clipper ; (no 
report.) 

NORTH VERNON, Plain Bealer; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established is ;4 ; J. C. Cope, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

OSGOOD Journal ; (no report.) 

OXFORD, Benton Tribune; Tuesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size, 24x30 ; subscription 
$2; established 1865; Daniel K. Lucas, editor 
and publisher; claims 400 circulation. 

PAOLI Eagle ; (no report.) 

PAOLI, Orange Co. Union ; Thursdays ; four 
pages; size 22x28; subscription $2 ; establish- 
ed 1808; Geo. H. Knapp, editor and publisher. 

PERU Republican; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1856; Reed & Brown, editors and publishers. 

PERI 1 , Miami Co. Sentinel ; Thursdays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2; established 1848; Wilson B. Lopghridge, 
editor and publisher ; circulation 000. 

PETERSBURG!!, Democratic Press ; 
Thursdays; democratic ; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $1 50; established 1868; 
James Huckelry, editor and publisher; circu- 
lation 500. 

PETERSBURGH, Republican Press; Satin- 
days; republican: four pages: size 22x30; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1809; M. Krebs, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

PETERSBURGH Tribune; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 22x33; subscription 
$ 1 50 ; established 1805 ; S. T. Palmer, editor and 
publisher. 

P1ERCETOWN Reveille ; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 21x30 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1867; W. B. Galleher, editor 
and publisher; claims 450 circulation. 

PLYMOl'TH Democrat; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic, four pages; size 25x30; subscription $2; 
established 1855. 

PLYMOl'TH, Marshall Co. Republican ; 
Thursdays; republican ; four pages : size 20x38; 
subscription $2; established 1850; D. P. Pome- 
roy, editor and publisher; claims 750 circula- 
tion. 

PORTLAND, Jay and Adams Republican ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $1 50 ; established 1805 ; J. H. Jones, 
editor and publisher; claims 400 circulation. 

PRINCETON Union Clarion ; Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages: size 24x30; subscription 
$2; established 1840; A. J. Calkins, editor and 
publisher; 025 positive circulation. 

RENSSELAER Union ; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size24x30; subscription $2; 
established 18(38; Ilealy & James, editors and 
proprietors. 

RICHMOND, Indiana Radical; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1808; Isaac 11. Julien, edit- 
or and publisher. 

RICHMOND Palladium ; Tuesdays : republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 25x38; subscription $2; 
established 1831; Holloway & Davis, editors 
and publishers. 

RICHMOND Telegram ; Saturdays; republi- 
can; eight pages; size 28x43 : subscription §2; 
established 1802; A. G. Wilcox, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 2.180 circulation. 

RISING SUN, Ohio Co. Recorder ; Satur- 
days ; independent ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1802; Frank Greg- 
ory, editor.; Chas. Beatty, publisher; claims 
000 circulation. 

ROCHESTER Standard ; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 25x33 ; subscription 
$1 50 ; established 18G5 ; A. G. Pugh, editor and 
publisher; claims 900 circulation. 

ROCHESTER Union Spy ; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1808 ; M. B. & W. H. Mattingly, edit- 
ors and publishers : claims 800 circulation. 

ROCKPORT Democrat; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1855; C. Jones, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 000 circulation, 

ROCKVILLE, Parke Co. Republican ; (no 
report.) 



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rcshyille Jacksonian ; Wednesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x35; subscrip- 
tion |2; established 1867; .John S. Campbell, 
editor and publisher. 

ryshyille Republican; Wednesdays; re- 
publican : four pages; size 26x34 ; subscription 
£2: established 1839; A. B.Campbell, editor ;W. 
11. Shumm, publisher; claims oh circulation. 

SAIiEM Democrat ; (no report ) 

skvjioi'K Democrat; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x37; subscription •-■-' ; 
established 1868; John II. McConnick, editor 
and proprietor. 

S3I KLKVVI I.S.I'M? cpublicn n Ynion; Thurs- 
days; republican: four pages; size 2-1x38; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1868; I. M. Cumback, 
editor and publisher. 

SIIELKYVIIiLE, National Volunteer; 
Thursdays; democratic: four pages; size 24x37: 
subscription $2; established 1813; K. Spicer, 
editor and publisher; circulation 1,100. 

SlttOI'RXEr Republican ; (no report.) 

SOl'TH BE3TI* Foruui ; (no report.) 

SOCTSI REND, St. Joseph Valley Register; 
Thursdays; republican ; four pages; size 27x13; 
subscription $2; established 1845; A. Beal and 
A. B. Miller, editors; Beal, Miller & Co., pub- 
lishers: claims 2,000 circulation. 

SOl'TH'BEXn, National I'nion ? Saturdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 25x39; subscrip- 
tion $2: established 1866; Edw'd Molloy, editor 
and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

SPESCER, Owen Co. Journal ? {no report.) 

SPEACER, Owen Co. I'nion; Thursdays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1860; S. II. H. Mathes, 
editor and publisher; claims 300 circulation. 

SVLLIVAN Democrat ; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size22x32; subscription $2; 
established 1854; Murray Briggs, editor; B. V. 
Caffee, publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

SYLEIVAN, Sullivan Co. Fnlon ; Wednes- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; sub- 
scription ®2 50; established 1866; Isaac M. 
Brown, editor and publisher; claims 925 circu- 
lation. 

TELL CITY Anzieger ; Saturdays; German; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1865; C. F. Bott and M. 
Schmidt, Jr., editors and publishers. 

TERRE HAYTE Express ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion—daily $10, weekly $2; established— daily 
1851, weekly 1810; Charles Cruft, publisher: 
circulation— daily 1,100, weekly 950. 

TERRE HAYTE Journal s every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly. Fridays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 25x37; subscription- 
daily $10, weekly $2; Edmunds & Jordon, ed- 
itors and proprietors. 

TERRE HAl'TE, Buerger Zeitung; Thurs- 
days; German; republican; four pages; size 
26x40; subscription $3; established 1865; C. F. 
Whittenburg and C. Gerstenhauer, editors and 
publishers. 

Tl !'TOA' Times ? Thursdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription SI 50; estab- 
lished 1857 : W. J. Turpen, editor and publisher. 

TRIPTO.X Plain Dealer ; (no report.) 

VALEXE Sentinel ? (no report.) 

VALPARAISO, Videttc ami Republic ? 
Thursdays ; republican : four pages : size 2 1x38; 
subscription $2; established 1857; A. Gurney 
and G. A. Pierce, editors ; A. Gurney, publisher. 

VALPARAISO, monitor; monthly; eighl 
pages; size 18x24; subscription i;o ceirts; .1. c. 
Stevens and W. E. Pinney, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 300 circulation. 

VEENON Ranner? Wednesdays: republican ; 
four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1815; Vawter Brothers, editors and 
publishers; claims 500 circulation. 

VERSAILLES Dispatch ; (no report.) 

VEVAV Democrat; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 21\';.">: subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; T.D.Wright & Sons, editors and 
publishers. 

VEVAY Reveille; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 23x33 ; subscription $1 50; cs- 



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tablished 1817; Wm. J. Baird, editor and pub- 
lisher; (Maims (120 circulat Ion. 

VUVCENSrES, Gazette; semi-weekly; Tues- 
days and Fridays, and Weekly. Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion — semi-weekly si, weekly (2 50; establish- 
ed 1804; J. M. Griffin, editor and publisher. 

VI.\('Ei\.\ES Western Sun; semi-weekly; 
Tuesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, Satur- 
days: democratic; four pages; size 23x33; sub- 
scription — semi-weekly $5, weekly £2; estab- 
lished 1804; Geo. E. Greene, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims semi-weekly 400, weekly 1,100 
circulal ion. 

VUVCE1VJYES Times; Saturdays; republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1865; R. V. Caddington, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

WARASII Plain Dealer; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size28x i:t ; subscription $1 50 : 
established 1858; Knight & Randall, editors and 
publishers. 

WABASH, Democratic Standard ; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages: size 24x36; sub- 
scription 82 ; established 1868 ;F. T.Luse, editor 
and publisher. 

WARSAW, Northern Indinnian; Thursdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 28x44; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1856; Reuben Williams, 
editor and publisher. 

WARSAW I'nion ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 24x3(1; subscription $2 : estab- 
lished 1860; F. J. Zimmerman, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 800 circulation. 

WASHINGTON, Daviess Co. Democrat ; 
Saturdays ; democratic ; tour pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription §2; established 1868; Stephen 
Belding, editor and publisher; claims 600 cir- 
culation. 

WASHINGTON Gazette ; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages ; size 22x32; subscription $2; 
established 1S66; Gazette Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

WASHINGTON Telegraph ; (no report.) 

WATERLOO CITY Press; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; 
established 1858 ; Radclrffe & Co., editors and 
publishers. 

WI1LIAMSPORT, Warren Republican ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; lour pages ; size 25x37 ; 
subscription $2; established 1855; John A. 
and Henry F. Canutt, editors and publishers. 

WIA'AMAC Democrat; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$1 50 ; established 1857 ; F. B. Thomas and M. II. 
Ingrim, editors; M. II. Ingrim, publisher; 
claims l,ooo circulation: 

WIA'AJIAO Republican; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1807; F. S. Remington, editor and 
publisher. 

WINCHESTER Journal; Wednesdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 2tx.'!4; subscription 
$1 50; established 1861 ; Lytic & Walkup, edit- 
ors and publishers; circulation 900. 

WORTHINGTON, White River Valley 
Times; Fridays; republican: lour pages; size 
22x32; subscription §1 50; established 1856; J. 
N. Morrison, editor and publisher. 



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ADEL, Dallas Gazette ; Fridays: republican ; 
four pages; size 24x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866; G. A. Atwood, editor and publish- 
er: claims 600 circulation. 

AFTOS Reveille ? (no report.) 

AETON Tribune; Thursdays; republican ;four 
pages : size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1868; W. R. Roberts, editor and publisher. 

ALBIA Republic? Thursdays: democratic; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1808; A. C. Bailey, editor and publisher. 

ALBIA llnion ; Thursdays ; republican: four 
pages; size 28x42; subscription $2 ; established 
1800: Val. Mendel, editor and publisher. 

algona, Vpi>er Des .Moines ? Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1865: James II. Warren, 
editor and publisher; claims 350 circulation. 



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ANA3IOSA Eureka; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 28x41; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1856; E. Booth & Son, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

BARCLAY, Star of the Evening ; (no report.) 

BEDFORD, Iowa South- West ; Saturdays; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1867; Lucas & Patrick, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

BEDFORD, National Express ; (no report.) 

BELLE PLAINE, Benton Co. Transcript ; 
(no report.) 

BELLEVUE Journal; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 21x36; subscription $2; 
established 1862; W. & E. Pollock, editors and 
publishers; claims 500 circulation. 

BELLEVFE, Union Guard ; (no report.) 

BEXTOSSPORT Signal ; (no report.) 

BLOOMFIELD, Davis Co. Republican ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; 
subscription $2; established 1863; E. T. White, 
editor and publisher ; claims 800 to 900 circu- 
lation. 

BOONESBOROUGH, Boone Co. Advocate ; 
Thursdays; republican ; fourpages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1865; B. F.Hilton, 
editor and publisher. 

BRIGHTON Pioneer ; Fridays; independent; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1868; R. H. Moore, editor and publisher. 

BURLINGTON, Gazette and Argus ; every 
morning except Monday, and Weekly, Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; fourpages ; size 26x41 ; sub- 
scription—daily $9, weekly $2; established 
1838 ; Barrett, Barker & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

BURLINGTON Hawk-Eye ; every morning 
except Monday ; Semi- Weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays, and 'Weekly, Thursdays; re- 
publican ; daily and semi-weekly four pages ; 
weekly eight pages; size — daily and semi- 
weekly 26x41, weekly 31x45; subscription- 
daily $8, semi-weekly $3, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 1839; Edwards &Beardsley, editors and 
publishers; claims daily 2,000/ semi-weekly 
1,000, weekly 6,000 circulation. 

BURLINGTON, Iowa Tribune ; tri-wcekly; 
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and 
Weekly, Wednesdays; German; republican; 
tri- weekly four pages; weekly eight pages; 
size— tri-weekly 24x36, weekly 26x41 ; subscrip- 
tion— tri-weekly $4, weekly $2; established 
1854; DeWolf &Sington, editors and publish- 
ers ; claims tri-weekly 2,000, weekly 16,000 cir- 
culation. 

CARROLL, Western Herald; Wednesdays; 
fourpages; size 22x32; subscription .$2; J. F. 
H. Sugg, editor and publisher. 

CEDAR FALLS Gazette ; Fridays; republi- 
can; fourpages; size 28x44; established 1859; 
C. W. & E. A. Snyder, editors and publishers. 

CEDAR RAPIDS, Times ; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 27x43 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1850; Dr. F. McClelland, editor; 
Ayers Bros., publishers; claims 1,000 circula- 
tion. 

CEDAR RAPIDS, Western World ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; es- 
tablished 1868; Ballard & Enos, editors and 
publishers. 

CENTREVILLE, Loyal Citizen; Tuesdays; 
republican; fourpages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1864; M. M. Waldon, editor 
and publisher; claims 900 circulation. 

CHARITON Democrat; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x34; subscription 82 ; 
established 1867 ; J. V. Faith, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 800 circulation. 

CHARITON Patriot; Wednesdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1858; Ragsdale Bros., editors and 
publishers; claims 700 circulation. 
CHARLES CITY Advocate ; (no report.) 
CHARLES CITY Intelligencer ; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 28x44; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1856; A. B. F. Hildreth, ed- 
itor and publisher. 
CHARLES CITY Post ; (no report.) 
CLARINDA, Page Co. Democrat; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x37 ; sub- 



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scription $2; established 1868; Jas. Arrick and 
H. Houston, editors and publishers ; circula- 
tion 600. 

CLARKESVILLE, Star of the West; Fri- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; Frank Case, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

CLERMONT, Fayette Co. Leader; (no report.) 

CLINTON Catholic Review; Saturdays ; cath- 
olic ; four pages ; size 21x28; subscription $1 50; 
established 1808; James Glynn, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CLINTON Herald ; (no report.) 

CLINTON, Iowa Age; Fridays; democratic; 
eight pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 18)8 ; E. II. Thayer, editor and publisher. 

CLINTON, Iowa Yolks Zeitung ; Thursdays ; 
German ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; subscription 
$2; established 1867; F. G. Pfleffer, editor and 
publisher; claims 675 circulation. 

CORVDON Monitor; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1863; L. Mills, Jr., and Mary Hartshorn, 
editors and publishers. 

COUNCIL BLUFFS Bugle; every evening, 
and 'Weekly, Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 25x38; subscription — daily $10, 
weekly $2 ; established 1849 ; L. W. Babbitt, ed- 
itor; C. H. Babbitt, publisher; claims daily 
350, weekly 1,400 circulation. 

COUNCIL BLUFFS Nonpareil ; every morn- 
ing except Monday; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Sat- 
urdays ; four pages ; subscription — daily $10, 
tri-weekly $5, weekly $2; established 1856 ; J. 
W. Chapman, editor-in-chief; Chapman, Gray 
& Mill, publishers. 

CRESCO, Iowa Plain Dealer ; weekly; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 21x34; subscription 
$1 50 ; established 1859 ; Mead & Brown, editors 
and publishers; claim 1,350 circulation. 

CRESCO Times ; Thursdays; republican ; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1867; J. A. Hoxie, editor and publisher. 

DAKOTA CITY, Humboldt Co. Independ- 
ent ; Fridays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
24x30; subscription $2; established 1868; M. IX 
Williams, editor; Chas. Bergk, publisher; 
claims 300 circulation. 

DAYENPORT Democrat ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 28x45 ; subscription — 
daily $9, weekly $2; established— daily 1855, 
weekly 1S38; Richardson Bros., editors and 
publishers. 

DAYENPORT, Der Hemokrat; every morn- 
ing except Monday, and Weekly, Thursdays ; 
German; republican; fourpages; size— daily 
21x38, weekly 28x16; subscription— dailv 10, 
weekly $2; established 1851; J. B. Stibolt, ed- 
itor; H. Lischer, publisher. 

DAVENPORT, Home Visitor; (no report.) 

DAVENPORT Gazette ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size — daily 29x45, weekly 
30x46; subscription — daily $9, weekly $2; es- 
tablished — daily 1854, weekly 1841; Edward 
Russell, editor; Gazette Co., publishers. 

DAVENPORT True Radical; Saturdays; 
eight pages; size 24x34; subscription $2 50; 
established 1867; Frank L. Jervis, editor; Jer- 
vis & Smalliield, publishers. 

DAVENPORT, Western Soldiers' Friend 
and Fireside Companion ; Saturdays ; re- 
publican ; eight pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription 
$1 25; established i867; C. A. Haviland, editor; 
Haviland & Co., publishers; claims the largest 
circulation in the state. 

DECORAH Democrat; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1868; Robert Shurley, editor and 
publisher. 

DECORAH, Register ; Tuesdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866; Geo. W". Haislet, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims about 1,000 circulation. 

DECORAH Republican; Fridays; republi- 
can; fourpages; size 26x40; subscription $2; 
established 1859; A. K.Bailey & Bros., editors 
and publishers. 




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DECORAH, Ved Arneu; Norwegian; Bixteen 
pases : size of page 0x12 ; I!. Anundson, editor 
and publisher; claims to be the only literary 
paper published in Norwegian language. 

DHCOKAII, Hlrkelig Dfaanedstldende ; 
semi-monthly; Norwegian; lutheran; thirty- 
two pages octavo, in pamphlet form; subscrip- 
tion si; established 1855; Norwegian Luther 
College Faculty, editors: Rev. X. Brandt, pub- 
lisher; claims 2,300 circulation. 

DEN1SON Review ; Fridays; tour pages; size 
22x32; established 1867; <;. N. Stephens, editor; 
Money .V: Stephens, publishers. 

DKS MOINES, Iowa Statesman; every 
morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Thurs- 
days ; democratic: four pages; size — daily 
25x37, weekly 28x41; subscription— daily $10, 
weekly £2; established 1835; Staub & Jenkins, 
editor's and publishers; claims daily 900, 
weekly 4,700 circulation. 

I»KS MOINES, Iowa State Register; every 
morning except Monday, and Weekly, Tues- 
days; republican; four pages; size— daily 
27x41, weekly 31x50; subscription — daily $10, 
weekly s_! : established 1856; Mills & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers; claims daily 1,500, weekly 
6,500 circulation. 

DISS MOINES, Iowa Homestead; Fridays; 
agricultural; eight pages; size 28x39; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1855; Dr. G. Sprague & 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation about 
4,00ft. 

DES MOINES, Iowa Temperance Standard; 
Saturdays; temperance; eight pages; size 
30x42; subscription $2; established 1865; ffm, 
H. Fleming & J. M. Dixon, editors; Grand 
Lodge of Iowa, I. O. G. T., publishers. 

DES MOIJfES Iowa Instructor; monthly: 
thirty-two pages octavo; subscription SI 25; 
Mills* & Co., publishers; organ of the superin- 
tendent of public instruction; claims 1,500 
circulation. 

DES MOINES National Platform ; monthly; 
sixteen pages; size 24x36; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1867; Platform Publishing Co., edit- 
ors and publishers; devoted to temperance 
and masonry. 

DES MOINES, Western Jurist ; (no report.) 

DEWITT, Observer; Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 25x37; subscription $2; 
established 1804; S. H. Shoemaker, editor and 
publisher; claims 575 circulation. 

DUBUQUE Herald ; every morning, and 
Weekly, Wednesdays; democratic; lour 
pages; size— daily 26x41. weekly 30x46; sub- 
scription—daily $10, weekly $2; established 
1851; M. M. Ham, edit . ; Ham & Carver, pub- 
lishers; claims daily 1,4<J0, weekly 3,500 circu- 
lation. 

DUBUQUE Times; every morning except 
Monday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size— daily 27x41, weekly 
32x46 ; subscription— daily $10, weekly $2; es- 
tablished ls."i, ; M. s. Barnes, editor; Barnes & 
Ryan, publ ishers. 

I> S li £'Q t'E, Iowa Staats Zeitnng; Saturdays ; 
German; republican; eight pages; size 27x40; 
established 1863; Wm. Meher, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

DIBKIIE National Demokrat ; Thursdays ; 
German : democratic; eight pages; Size 26x40; 
subscription $2 50; established 1856; F. A. 
Gniffke, editor and publisher; claims 1,510 cir- 
culation. 

EDDYVILLE, Des Moines Valley Gazette ; 
Fridays; republican; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscriptions.': established 1868; J. W. Stright, 
editor and publisher. 

EDIUVILLE Transcript; Thursdays; re- 
publican : four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1867; A. C. Jones, editor and 
publisher; claims 4.i0 circulation. 

EUDORA Eeailer ; (no report.) 

EI/KADEK, Clayton Co. Journal ; Wednes- 
days ; republican; four pages; size 27x42; sub- 
scription $2; established 1853; Joseph Eiboeck, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,100 circula- 
tion. 

ELKABEIl, Der Nord Iowa Herald ; Fri- 
days; German; republican; four pages; size 



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27x 10; subscript ion S2 ; established 1868; I'apin 
& Quinte, editors and publishers. 
ESTIIFKYIUUE, Northern Vindicator; 

Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
24x34; subscription $2; established 1868; Nor- 
throp .V Bates, editors and publishers. 
FAIRFIELD, Iowa Democrat; Saturdays; 

democratic; four pages; Size 26x37; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; N. X. Bleakmore, 
editor and publisher. 

FAIRFIELD, Jefferson Co. Home Visitor; 
(no report.) 

FA1BEIEL1) Ledger; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1851; W. W. Junkin, editor and 
p ubli sher. 

FAYETTE, North Iowa Observer; Thurs- 
days; four pages; size 21.\.;s; subscription $2 ; 
established 1867; Wood & Cole, editors and 
publishers. 

FOATAAELIE, Adair Co. Register; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four-pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription $2; established 1863; Kilburn A: Ifutt, 
editors and publishers; claims 4(H) circulation. 

FOKEST CITY, Winnebago Press ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Arthur Linn, editor; Linn 
& Hawood, publishers; claims 750 circulation. 

FORT DODGE, Iowa North-West ; Wednes- 
days; republican; eight pages; size 30x40; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1863 ; B. F. Gue, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,300 circulation. 

FORT MADISON, Iowa State Bulletin ; (no 
report.) 

FORT MADISON Plain Dealer ; Thursdays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1852; J. G. Willson, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

GLEN WOOD Opinion; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1864; Morgan & Lunt, editors and 
publishers; claims 700 circulation. 

GRUNDY CENTER, Grundy Co. Atlas ; 
Fridays; four pages; size 28x44; subscription 
$2 ; established 1868; L. D. Tracy, editor ; Tracy 
& Pec kha m, publishers. 

HAMBURG, Fremont Weekly Times ; (no 
report.) 

HAMPTON, Franklin Reporter; Thursdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 24x34; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; J. C. Whitney, editor 
and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

INDEPENDENCE, Buchanan Co. Bulle- 
tin; Fridays; republican; four pages; size 
28x44; subscription $2 ; established 1865; J. L. 
Loomis, editor and publisher; claims 912 cir- 
culation. 

INDEPENDENCE, Conservative; Wednes- 
days : democratic ; four pages ; size 26x39 ; sub- 
scription §2; established 1854; Barnhart Bros. 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

INDIANOLA Banner ; (no report.) 

IOWA CITY Republican ; Wednesdays; four 
pages; size 26x41 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1849; X. IL Brainerd, editor and publisher. 

IOWA CITY, State Press ; Wednesdays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1860; John P. Irish, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

IOWA CITY, Annals of Iowa ; quarterly;; 
128 pages octavo; subscription $1 ; established 
1863; Sanford W. Huff, M. D., editor; State His- 
torical Society, publishers. 

IOWAFAEES Sentinel ; Wednesdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1855; M. C. Woodruff, editor and 
publisher; circulation 600. 

JEFFERSON Era; Wednesdays; republican ; 
four pages; size 22x32 ; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866; M. II. & M. L. Money, editors and 
publishers. 

KEOKUK Constitution; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size — daily 26x41, 
weekly 28x42; subscription— daily $8, weekly 
$2; established 18.V2; Thos. W. Colgett anil 
Chas. Smith, editors and publish) rs. 

KEOKUK, Gate City ; every morning except 
Monday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription — daily 



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$8, weekly $2; established 1846; J. B. Howell, 
editor anil publisher; S. M. Clark, associate 
editor; claims daily 2,300, weekly 2,500 circu- 
lation. 

KEOKUK Telegraph; Saturdays; German; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1865; Jacob J. Wohlmend, editor and 
publisher. 

HEOSAIQIA Republican; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1855; J. Mayne, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

H1VOXVILLE, Iowa Voter; Thursdays: re- 
publican ; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Sperry & Barker, editors 
and pub lishers ; claims 744 circulation. 

HNOXVILLE, Marion Co. Democrat; Tues- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1864; J. L. McCor- 
mack, editor and publisher; claims 800 circu- 
lation. 

EANSING Chronicle; Thursdays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; 
established 1858; Haislet & Taylor, editors and 
publishers; circulation 900. 

Ii.iNSING Mirror ; Tuesdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 25x37; subscript ion $2; established 
1 855 ; T. C. Medary, editor and publisher ; claims 
700 circulation. 

LANSING l'XI03f ; (no report.) 

EE CEAIRE Register; Saturdays : four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription $2; established 1S66; 
J. Gamble, editor; Register Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. 

EEOA", Decatur Co. Journal ; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$1 50; established 1868; P. O.James, editor and 
publisher; claims 300 circulation. 

LEOS Pioneer; Tuesdays; four pages; size 
24x35; subscription $2; established 1865; G. X. 
Udell, editor and publisher. 

EEWIS, Cass Co. Messenger ; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$2; established 1865; H. C.Johnson, editor and 
publisher. 

EYNAVIEEE Gazette; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 21x27; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1868; Evans & Arnold, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

EYONS CITY Advocate ; Wednesdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1866; A. P. Durlin, editor and 
publisher. 

EYONS CITY Banner; (no report.) 

IiVONS, Wee l&ly Mirror; Saturdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription $2 : 
established 1854; Beers & Eaton, editors and 
publishers; claims 700 circulation. 

MAGA'OLLV, Harrison Co. I iiimi ; (no re- 
port.) 

MAGNOEIA, Western Star; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2 ; established 1866 ; Cook & Waterman, editors 
and publi shers. 

MAATHESTEK, Delaware County Cnion; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $2; established 1S64; L. L. Ayers, 
editor and publisher; claims 550 circulation. 

MAQIOHETA Excelsior ; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 27x40 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1855 ; Win. H. McCarron, editor and 
publisher: claims 2,000 circulation. 

MAQUOKETA Jackson Co. Sentinel; (no 
report.) 

MABESfGO Citizen; Fridays; democratic; 
.four pages; size 26x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866; E. C. Upham, editor. 

MARENGO, Iowa Valley Review ; (no re- 
port.) 

"MARENGO, Progressive Republican; Wed- 
nesdays ; republican; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1862; Spering & 
Crenshaw, editors and publishers. 

MARION, linn Co. Patriot; (no report.) 

.'MARION Register ; Wednesdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 28s to ; subscription §2 ; estab- 
lished 1852; S. W. Rathbura, editor and pub- 
lisher: claims 840 circulation. 
MARION, Hope of Israel; semi-monthly; 
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subscription $1 50; established 1866; B. F. 
Snook, editor; A. Aldrich, publisher. 

MABSHALLTOWM, Marshall County Ad- 
vance ; Tuesdays; democratic; four pages; 
size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 1866 ; 
Barnhart Bros. & Carleton, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

MARSHAEETOWN, Marshall Co. Times ; 
Saturdays; republican; four pages; size 28x44; 
subscription $2 ; established 1858; Chas. Aid- 
rich, editor and publisher; claims 1,100 to 1,200 
circulation. 

MASON CITY, Cerro Gordo Republican ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $2; established lstii ; Noyes &Sir- 
rine, editors and publishers; claims 672 circu- 
lation. 

McGREGOR Commercial ; (no report.) 

McGREGOB A T ews; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1861; R. Hamilton, editor; McGregor 
Xews Printing Co., publishers. 

McGREGOR, North Iowa Times; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1850; A. P. Rich- 
ardson and J. H. Andrick, editors and publish- 
ers; circulation 1,600. 

MECHANICSVIEEE Journal; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1807 ; Andrews & Golding, 
editors and publishers; claims 400 circula- 
tion. 

MONTANA Standard ; Saturdays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1865; W. H. Gallup, editor and 
publisher; circulation 814. 

MONTEZUMA Republican; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; sixe 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1856 ; Grove & Dalbey, edit- 
ors and publishers; claims 713 circulation. 

MONTICEEEO Express; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic: four pages: size 28x11 ; subscription §2; 
established 1861; G. W. Hunt, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation 640. 

MT. AYR Republican ; (no report.) 

MT. AYR, Ringgold Record; Thursdays; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1865 ; Geo. B. Roby, editor and publisher. 

MT. PEEASANT, Henry Co. Press; Wed- 
nesdays; republican ; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription . $1 50; established I860; O. H. 
Snyder, editor; Snyder Bros., publishers; 
claims 750 circulation. 

MT. PEEASANT Home Journal ; (no report.) 

Ml'SCATINE Courier ; every morning except 
Monday, and Weekly, Thursdays ; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size — daily 26x39, weekly 29x 12 ; 
subscription — daily $8, weekly $2 ; established 
1861 ; Barnhart Bros. & Witmer, editors and 
publishers. 

MUSCATINE Journal ; every evening except 
Sunday; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays 
and Saturdays, and Weekly, Fridays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size— daily and tri-weekly 
26x40; weekly 28x42; subscription — daily $9, 
tri-weekly $4, weekly 2; established 1851; 
Mahin Bros., publishers ; claims daily 500, tri- 
weekly 200, weekly 1,200 circulation. 

NASHUA Post ; Fridays ; republican ; eight 
pages; size 27x42; established 1867; A. Felt, 
editor and publisher. 

NEVADA, Story Co. Aegis; Wednesdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1856; V. A. Ballou, editor 
and publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

NEW HAMPTON Courier ; Fridays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1861 ; Geo. M. Reynolds, editor and 
publisher. 

NEWTON, Jasper Free Press; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1859 ; W. S. Benhain, editor 
and publisher; claims 750 c relation . 

NEWTON, Jasper Republican; Fridays; re- 
publican ; eight pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Besack, AUum & Rodgers, 
editors and publishers. 

ONAWA, Monona Co. Gazette; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
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Aldrldge iS: Greene, publishers; claims 600 cir- 
culation. 

oiti «»fcn6 Leader; Tuesdays; republican; 
eighl paces; size 22x32; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablisuea 1868; Win. M. Patrick, editor and 
publisher. 

OSAGE) North Eowan; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1865; W. Toman, editor and publisher. 

OSCEOLA, Clarice Co. Sentinel; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1863; Dagae A Thompson, 
editors ami publishers. 

OSKAI.OOSA, Central Iowa Citizen ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages; size 26x41 ; sub- 
scription $1; established 1867; M. G. Carleton, 
editor; Carleton &Bacon, publishers. 

OSKALOOSA, I>emocratic Conservator; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $2; established 1866; P. C. 
Welch, editor and publisher; claims 800 circu- 
lation. 

OSKALOOM.l Herald; Thursdays; republi- 
can: four pages; size 30x46; subscription $2 ; 
established 1850; Hunter, Leighton & Need- 
ham, editors and publishers; claims 1,632 cir- 
culation. 

OSHALOOSA Evangelist; monthly; church 
of Christ; thirty-two pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription tfl 50; established 1805; Allen Ilickey, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,200 circula- 
tion. 

OSKATjOOS'A Temperance Gem ; (no report.) 

OSKA XiOO SA Watchman ; (no report. 

OTTnnVA Courier j every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size — daily 25x37, weekly 
29x45; subscription — daily $8, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1847; John M. Hedrick, editor; Cald- 
well, Holden & Co., publishers; claims daily 
400, w eekl y 1, 400 circulation. 

OTTHUVA, Copper Head; Wednesdays; 
democratic; eight pages; size 28x40; subscrip- 
tion §2: established 1868; M'Cully & Evans, 
editors and publishers. 

PAA'ORA, Guthrie Co. Ledger ; (no report.) 

PAATORA, Guthrie Co. Mews ; (no report.) 

PASORA, Guthrie Vedette; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2: established 1805; Lew. Apple, editor and 
publisher. 

PARKEBSBrKG Guide; Saturdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; 
established 1868 ; Wm. W. Yarham, editor and 
publisher. 

PEL.LA Blade ; Wednesdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $2 ; established 
1805; Curtis & Betzcr, editors and publishers. 

PELLA Gazette ; Thursdays; Ilollandish; re- 
publican; four pages; subscription $1 25; es- 
tablished 1866; N. J. Gesman, editor; G. van 
Ginkel, publisher. 

PELLA, Lc Glaneur Missionaire ; (no re- 
port.) 

PELLA Weekhlad; Tuesdays; Ilollandish; 
democratic: four pases: size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1801; Henry Hospers, 
editor and publisher. 

Qi'lA'CY, Adams Co. Gazette ; Thursdays ; re- 
publican : four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Webster Eaton, editor 
and publisher; claims 080 circulation. 

REI> OAK JIT1VCTIOJV, Montgomery Co. 
Express; weekly; republican; four pages; 
size 24x34; subscription $2; established 1808; 
Webster Baton, editor and publisher; printed 
at the office of the Quincy Gazette; claims 500 
circulation. 

SABl'LA Eastern lowau; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent : four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1809; J. F. II. Sugg, editor and 
publisher. 

8ABULA Gazette ; Saturdays; four pases; 
size 26x40; subscription $2; established 1806; 
.1. B. Kolp & Co., editors and publishers. 

SAND CITY I nion ; (no report.) 

SAA'O SIMSIA'G Sentinel ; (no report.) 

SIOA'E Y, American Union ; Thursdays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1864; J. A. Bodenhamer, edit- 



IOWA. 



or; D. & G. Bodenhamer, publishers; claims 

500 circulation. 
SIG4M 8C\ i:\ . Si< oknk Co. Kew) ; (no report.) 

SIOUX city Journal; Thursdays: republi- 
can: eighl pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 

established 1864; MahlonGorc, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulal Ion 741. 

SIOUX CITY Register; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; lour pages; size 25x37; subscription 
$2; established 1858; P. M. Ziebach, editor; 
Win. Preney, publisher; claims 1,800 circula- 
tion. 

SB'ISLYGVALE, Humboldt Co. Tine Dem- 
ocrat; Fridays; republican; four pages; size 
20\.;2: subscription $2; established 1866; S. II. 
Tuft, editor and publisher; claims 200 circula- 
tion. 

ST. CIIABLES, Madison Co. Journal ; (no 
report.) 

STEAMBOAT ROCK, American Citizen ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
22x32 ; subscription $2; established 1868;DelOSS 
S. Ring, editor and publisher. 

TAMA CITY, Tama Co. Union; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 20x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1800; Cyrus B. Ingham, 
editor and publisher. 

TIPTOAT Advertiser ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1854; Clark & Mulford, editors and 
publishers. 

TOLEDO, Tama Co. Republican ; Thurs- 
days; republican ; four pages; size 27x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1807; M. B. C. True, 
editor and proprietor; claims 024 circulation. 

VIA'TOJT, ISenton Co. IVews ; (no report.) 

VliVTOai Eagle; weekly; republican; four 
pages; size 25x41; subscription $2 ; established 
1855; David H. Frost, editor; Hanford & Frost, 
publishers; claims 1,025 circulation. 

WAPELLO Republican; Saturdays; four 
pages; size24x30; subscription $2; established 
1857; L. W. Myers, editor and publisher. 

WASIIIIVGTOJV, Record ; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
SI 50; established 1807; A. S. & S. P. Bailey, ed- 
itors and publishers ; claims 650 circulation. 

WASHLVGTOAT, Washington Co. Press; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
28x42; subscription $2; established 1855; H. A. 
Burrell, editor and publisher; claims 1,050 cir- 
culation. 

WATERLOO Courier; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x43; subscription $2; 
established 1858 ; J. W. Logan, editor ; Hartman 
& Logan, publishers. 

WA CROAT Standard ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 25x37; subscription .*2; estab- 
lished 1868; R. L. Hayward and A. M. May, ed- 
itors and publishers; circulation 000. 

WAVERLY, Democratic IVews ; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x30; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1867; Geo. Lindley, editor 
and publisher; claims 850 circulation. 

WAVERLY Republican; Thursdays; repub 
lican ; four pases ; subscription $2 : established 
1855; E. C. Moulton, editor; Stewart & Moul- 
ton, publishers; claims 1,000 circulation. 

WEBSTER CITY, Hamilton Freeman; 
Wednesdays ; republican ; four pases ; size 
24x36; subscription $2; established 1857; John 
D. Hunter, editor and publisher; claims 800 
circulation. 

WEST MITCHELL, Mitchell Co. Press; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x40; 
subscription §2; established 1805; F. M. Ather- 
ton, editor and publisher ; claims 950 circula- 
tion. 

WEST LIRERTY, Muscatine Co. Enter- 
prise ; (no report.) 

WEST CIVIOJV, Fayette Co. Union ; Wednes- 
days; democratic; eight pages; size 24x34; 
subscription $2; established 1805; McOlintock 
Kickel & Wood, editors and publishers. 

WEST CIVIOiV, Republican Gazette ; Satur- 
days; republican ; four pases : size 25x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1867; Shannon & Tal- 
niadse, editors and publishers; circulation 816. 

W EST UIVIOIV, Iowa Public Record ; (no 
report.) 



GEO. 



EOWELL & CO'S 



IOWA. 



WHEATLAND, Mint on Advocate ; {no re- 
port.) 

WILTON Chronicle ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1837 ; Eaton & Baker, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

WINTERSET, Hawk-Eye Flag ; {no report.) 

WINTERSET Madisomian ; Thursdays ; four 
pages ; size 24x3(i ; subscription $2 ; established 
1850; Davies & Ewing, editors and pub- 
lishers. 



KANSAS. 



KANSAS. 



ATCHISON, Champion and Press ; every 
morning except Monday, and Weekly, Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 20x40; 
subscription — daily $10, weekly $2 ; establish- 
ed — Champion 1805, Press 1803; consolidated 
1808 ; Martin & Root, editors and publishers. 

ATCHISON, Kansas Patriot ; every morning 
except Monday, and Weekly, Saturdays: 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x38 ; subscrip- 
tion—daily $9, weekly $2; established 1867; 
Cochran & Co., editors and publishers. 

BAXTER SPRINGS, Cherokee Sentinel; 
Fridays; republican; eight pages; size 20x38; 
subscription §2; established 1808; Holbrook 
& Coulter, editors and publishers. 

BAXTER SPRINGS Herald ; {no report.) 

BUKLHICAME, Osage Chronicle ; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1803; M. Marshall Murdock, editor 
and publisher. 

BURLINGTON, Kansas Patriot ; Saturdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1804; S. S. Frouty, editor 
and publisher. 

COTTOXYVOOI> FALLS, Chase Co. Ban- 
ner ; Saturdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
22x29 ; subscription $2 ; established 1 1807 ; claims 
3iX) circulation. 

EMPOBlAiVewsi Fridays; republican; four 
pages; size 20x38 ; subscription §2 ; established 
1857; Jacob Stotlcr, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 

EMPORIA, Kansas Educational Journal ; 
monthly; L. B. Kellogg and H. B. Norton, ed- 
itors; Jacob Stotler, publisher; organ of the 
Kansas State Teachers' Association; claims 
1,600 circulation. 

EMPORIA, Kansas Southern Real Estate 
Magnet; monthly; four pages ; size 19x26; 
subscription 25 cts ; established 1808; Pratt, 
llavenhill & Hall, editors and publishers; a 
real estate advertising sheet. 

ERIE, Neosho Valley Eagle ; Saturdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 20x28 ; subscription 
$2; established 1808; B. K. Land, editor and 
proprietor. 

FORT SCOTT, Monitor; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; eight pages ; size 20x38 ; subscription 
$2; established 1803; Carmany, Edwards & 
Harris, editors and publishers. 

FORT SCOTT, Press; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 30x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1836 ; Warner & Winter, editors and pub- 
lishers ; claims 000 circulation. 

GARXETT. Plain Dealer; Wednesdays ; four 
pages; size 24x30; subscription $2; established 
1805 ; L. Everett, editor; D. E. Olney, publisher. 

HIAWATHA, Brown Co. Sentinel; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1804 ; David Downer, 
editor and publisher. 

nOLTOS, Jackson Co. Wews ; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1867; A. W. Moore, 
editor and publisher. 

HCMBOLDT Union, Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x34; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1806; Wm. T. McElroy, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

IRVING Recorder ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 : established 
1808; Geo. C. Crowther, editor and publisher. 

JUNCTION CITY Union ; Saturdays; republi- 
can ; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2 50; established 1861; Geo. W. Martin, editor 
and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 



LAWRENCE, Kansas State Journal; every 
morning except Sunday; Tri- Weekly ; and 
Weekly, Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; 
size 26x40; subscription— daily $8, tri-weekly 
$4, weekly $2; established— da'ilv 1805, weekly 
1801 ; M. W. Reynolds & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 
LAWRENCE Republican ; every evening 
except Sunday; Tri- Weekly, Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, t 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
24x31; subscription — daily $8, tri-weekly $1, 
weekly $2; established 1857; T. Dwight 
Thaeher, editor and publisher. 
LAWRENCE Tribune; every day except 
Monday; Tri- Weekly, and Weekly ; four 
pages ;*size — daily 30x42; subscription — daily 
$8, tri-weekly $4, weekly $2; John Speer, edit- 
or and publisher. 
LEAVENWORTH Bulletin ; every evening 
except Sundays; Tri- Weekly, Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays, and Weekly Tues- 
days ; republican : four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription— daily $8, tri-weekly $4, weekly $2; 
established 186*2; W. S. Burke & Co., editors 
and publishers; claims— daily 1,900, weekly 
3,500 circulation. 
LEAVENWORTH Commercial; every morr - 
ing except Monday ; Tri- Weekly, Sundays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays, and 'Weekly, 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
29x46; subscription— daily — $10, tri-weekly $5, 
weekly $2; established 1866; G. C. Hume, edit- 
or; Prescott & Hume, publishers; claims caily 
1,400, t ri-we ekly 450, weeklv 2,000 circulation: 
LEAVENWORTH, Kansas Zeitung ; {no 

report.) 
LEAVENWORTH, Times and Conserva- 
tive; every morning except -Monday; Tri- 
weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 
and Weekly, Thursdays; republican; four 
pages: size 28x40; subscription — daily $10, 
tri-weekly $4, weekly $1; established 1861; 
D. W. Wilder and H. S. Sleeper, editors and 
publishers. 
LEAVENWORTH, Kansas Farmer; semi- 
monthly; agricultural; sixteen pages; size 
28x40 ; subscription $1 ; established 1803 ; Geo. 
T. Anthony, editor and publisher; claims 0,000 
circulation. 
LEAVENWORTH, MedicalHerald; month- 
ly; 64 pages; size of page 0x9; subscription 
$3; established 1867; C. A. Logan, M. D., and 
T. Sinks, M. D., editors ; Wilder & Wright, pub- 
lishers. 
LEROY Pioneer ; {no report.) 
LOCISVILLE, Pottawatomie Gazette ; Fri- 
days ; republican; four pages; size 23x31 : sub- 
scription $2; established 1867; R. S. Hick, 
editor; McCloskv & Co., publishers. 
MANHATTAN Homestead ; {no report.) 
MANHATTAN Standard ; Saturdays : repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription  
$2; established 1808; L. R. Elliott, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,080 circulation. 
MEDINA, Kansas New Era ; Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1865; Weaver & Hughes, 
editors and publishers; claims 800 circula- 
tion. 
MOUND CITY, Border Sentinel; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1864; John F. Broadhead, 
editor ; Nat. G. Barter, publisher and proprie- 
tor; claims 500 circulation. 
NEOSHO FALLS, Frontier Democrat ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
25x38 ; subscription $2 ; established 1868 ; J. B. 
Boyle, editor and publisher. 
OLATHE, Johnson Co. Democrat ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; John M. Giffen, 
editor ; Mr. Gates, publisher. 
OLATHE Mirror ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x37 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1861; S. E. McKee, editor and publisher; 
claims 500 circulation. 
OSAGE MISSION TOWN, Osage Mission 

Journal ; {no report.) 
OSKALOOSA Democrat ; {no report.) 



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oskakoosa. Independent i Saturdays: re- 
publican ; lour pages; size J t v:i(J : subscription 
§2; established 18B0;J. W". Roberts, editor and 
publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

O rrnvA, Western Home Journal ; Thurs- 
days; four pages: size 25x38; subscription $2; 
established 1806; I. S. Kallook, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

PAOUA Gazette: (no report.) 

PAOLA, Miami Co. Advertiser; Saturdays; 
democral Lc; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2 : established 1868; Warren M. Mitchell, 
editor and publisher. 

PAOLA, Miami Co. lEepubiican; Saturdays; 
republican; fourpages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2 : established 1866; 1*>. M. Simpson, editor 
and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

SALIJVA, Herald ; weekly: republican; four 
pages; size 21x37; subscription $2; established 
1837; B. .). F. Hanna, editor and publisher; 
claims 600 circulation. 

SEWECA, Nemaha Courier; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; lour pages; size 23x32; subscription 
s-j ; established 1857; John P. Cone, editor and 
publisher. 

TiM'EH.l, Kansas State R?cord ; every 
morning except Monday ; Tri-WeeMy, Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Wednesdays : republican ; daily and tri- weekly 
four pages; weekly eight pages; size — daily 
and tri-weekly 24x36, weekly 29x12; subscrip- 
ts hi— daily $8, tri-weekly s4, weekly $1; es- 
tablished—daily 1868, weekly 1859; F. P. 
Baker, editor and publisher; claims daily 500, 
tri-weekly 300, weekly 1,700 circulation. 

TO I'FICA' .Leader ; (no report.) 

TDPKK.l, Real Estate Advertiser; month- 
ly : tour pages : size 2 tx36; subscription 25 cts ; 
established 1867; Mills & Smith, editors and 
publishers; a real estate advertising sheet; 
claims in,oOO circulation. 

Tl£i»Y, Doniphan Co. Republican ; (no re- 
port.) 

WATHEXA Reporter; Thursdays; republi- 
can: four pases; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1865; A. Larzelere, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WH1TK CLOUD, Kansas Chief; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 25x37; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1857; Sol. Miller, editor 
and publisher. 

W1ASDOTT Democrat; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; fourpages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1867; J. A. Berry, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WVAXDOTT Commercial Gazette ; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2; established 1859; B. B.Taylor, editor and 
publisher. 



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KENTUCKY. 



BOWLING GREEK Democrat; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x41; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1860; James M. Hines, 
editor; Democrat Printing Co., publishers; 
claims 850 circulation. 

CAULYLE, Mercury ; Thursdays; democrat- 
ic; tour pastes ; size 27x38; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1850; Lindsay & ltulc, editors and 
publishers. 

CARROLLTOK, Democrat ; Wednesdays, 
democratic; fourpages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion |2; established 1868; Harriss & Eucker, 
editors and publishers. 

CATLETTSBl'RG, Big Sandy Herald; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 25x38; 
subscription $2; established 1806; Bond & 
Meek, editors and publishers; claims 500 cir- 
culation. 

CATLETTSBFRG, Christian Observer ; 
Saturdays; mcthodist; four pages.; size 25x38; 
subscription $2; established 1867; Key. S. Har- 
giss, editor; Bond & Meek, publishers ; circu- 
lation about 2.0(H). 

fA'n.ETTSBl'RJi Tribune ; (no report.) 

COLUMBUS, Dispatch; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic: four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2: 
established I860; Robert Summers, editor and 
publisher. 



(»viw;to\ Examiner ; (no report.) 

t'(>vi.\<iTOi\ Journal ; Saturdays : democrat- 
ic; four pages ; size 23x33 ; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1868. 

(V\T!1IA\A, Harrison Democrat; Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; fourpages; size 25x32; 
subscription (2; established 1808; S. P. Cun- 
ningham and c. W. West, editors; Cunning- 
ham iV West, publishers. 

CYATHI A A A .*<■ ws ; Thursdays ; democrat ic ; 
four pages : size 24x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1850 ; A. J. Morey, editor and publish* r ; 
claims 800 circulation. 

DAiWILEE, Kentucky Advocate ; Fridays; 
democratic; tour pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $2 : established 1805; J. It. Marrs, editor 
and publisher. 

ElilZABETHTOWAi, Kentucky Tele- 
graph; Fridays; democratic; eight pages; 
size 22x32; subscription $2; established 1868; 
Barbour .S; Wood, editors and publishers; 
claims 800 circulation. 

FLEMINGSBCRGH Democrat ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; four panes; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1807; Cox & Ashton, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

FRANKFORT Commonwealth; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1833; Sam'l R. Smith, ed- 
itor; A. G. Hodges, publisher. 

FRANKFORT, Kentucky Yeoman ; tri- 
weekly; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 
and Weekly, "Fridays; democratic; four 
pages; size— tri-weekly 24x32, weekly 27x40; 
subscription— tri-weekly $5; weekly 82 50: S. 
I. M. Major, editor and publisher. 

FRANKLIN Sentinel; Saturdays; demo 
cratic; four pages; size 21x30; subscription 
$2 50; established 1807; F. Lee Wilkinson, ed- 
itor; James S. Dryden & Co., publishers; 
claims 1,500 circulation. 

GEORGETOWN Times; Wednesdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2 50; established 1807; John A. Bell, editor 
and publisher: claims 950 circulation. 

GLASGOW Times; Thursdays; democratic, 
fourpages; size 24x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1865; Thomas L. Dodd, editor; M. F. 
Deering, publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

HARRODSBURG Signal ; Fridays ; demo- 
cratic; four pases; size 21x32; subscription 
$2 50; established 1807; J. T. Woods, editor 
and publisher. 

HAWESVIfc.EE Messenger ; (no report.) 

HENDERSON News; Tuesdays; democratic ; 
four pages; size 28x43; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1803; B. Harrison, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

HENDERSON Reporter ; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 27x42 ; subscription $3 ; 
established 1853; Spidel & Staples, editors and 
publishers. 

HICKMAN Courier; Saturdays; democratic: 
fourpages; subscription $3; established 18%; 
Warren & Martin, editors and publishers. 

HOPKIATSVILLE Conservative ; Saturdays; 
democratic; eight pages; size 28x42 > subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1806; J. M. Dodd, editor 
and publisher. 

HORSE-CAVE, Kentucky Intelligencer ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pastes; size 
22x32; subscription $2 ; established 1868 ; Wil- 
liam I). Glvan, editor and publisher; claims 
1,200 circulation. 

LEBANON Clarion ; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pastes ; size 23x33 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1807; T. L. Fogle, editor and publisher: 
claims 1,000 circulation. 

LEXINGTON, Kentucky Statesman; tri- 
weekly; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 
and Weekly, Wednesdays; republican; four 
pastes; size— tri-weekly 25x37, weekly 27x11; 
subscription— tri-weekly $5, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 1867; William C. Goodloe, editor and 
publisher. 

LEXINGTON Gazette; semi-weekly; Wed- 
nesdays and Saturdays; democratic; four 
pastes"; size 27x11; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1866; Gazette Printing Co., editors and 
publishers. 



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KENTUCKY. 



LEXINGTON Observer and Reporter ; 

semi-weekly; Wednesdays and Saturdays, 
and Weekly-) Wednesdays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 27x42 ; subscription — semi-weekly 
$5, weekly $2 50; Observer and Reporter 
Printing Co., editors and publishers. 
LEXINGTON, Farmers' Home Journal; 
Thursdays; agricultural, eight pages; size 
28x42 ; subscription $3 ; established 1807 ; J. Mil- 
ler, editor and publisher; circulation 3,000. 
LOUISVILLE Anzeiger ; every morning 
except Monday; Semi-Weekly, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays, and Weekly, Thursdays ; 
German; democratic; four pages; size 26x41; 
subscription — daily $8, semi-weekly $3, week- 
ly $1 50 ; established 1851 ; Geo. P. Doern, editor 
and publisher. 
LOUISVILLE Courier-Journal; every 
morning, and Weekly, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 30x49; subscription 
— daily $14, daily except Sundays $12, weekly 
$2; established — Journal 1830, Courier 1843 ; con- 
solidated 1868; Henry Matterson, editor-in- 
chief; Louisville Courier-Journal Printing 
Co., publishers; claims nearly 20,000 daily and 
23,000 weekly circulation. 
LOUISVILLE Itemocrat; every day, and 
Weekly ; four pages ; size 20x45 ; subscription 
—daily $10, weekly $1 50; John E. Hatcher, 
editor; Hatcher & Perrin, publishers. 
LOUISVILLE Sun ; every evening except 
Sunday; democratic; four pages; size 10x26; 
subscription $7; established 1808: Chas. D. 
Kirk and C. M. Summers, editors; Wm. J. 
Weber & Co., publishers. 
LOUISVILLE Volksblatt; every morning 
except Monday ; Semi-Weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays ; Weekly, Wednesdays ; Ger- 
man ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x41 ; 
established 1861 ; N. Krippenstapel, editor and 
publisher; claims daily 1,500, serof-weekly 
1,200, and weeklv 2,000 circulation. 
LOUISVILLE, Falls City Enterprise ; Fri- 
days; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1869; Venable & Young, editors 
and publishers; claims a gratuitous circula- 
tion of 5.000. 
LOUISVILLE Free Christian Common- 
wealth; Thursdays; presbyterian; four 
pages; size 21x36; subscription $3; established 
I860; Davidson & Kobinson, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
LOUISVILLE Industrial and Commercial 
Gazette; Saturdays; eight pages; size 29x12; 
subscription $3; established 1865; J. H. Tur- 
ner, editor and publisher; devoted to com- 
merce, finance, and progressive arts. 
LOUISVILLE, Katholischer Glaubens- 
bote ; Wednesdays; German; catholic; eight 
pa^es; size 26x40; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1866; Wm. J. Weber, Jr., editor and 
publisher; claims 5,300 circulation. 
LOUISVILLE, Omnibus; Sundays; Ger- 
man ; four pages ; size 26x41 ; subscription $3 ; 
N. Krippenstapel, editor and publisher ; issued 
from the office of the Volksblatt ; claims 2,000 
circulation. 
LOUISVILLE Republican ; (no report.) 
LOUISVILLE, Western Presbyterian ; 
Thursdays; presbyterian; four pages; size 
27x40; subscription $2 50; established 1865; 
Rev. Herman H. Allen, editor and publisher; 
issued simultaneously at Louisville and St. 
Louis, Mo. ; circulation about 2,000. 
LOUISVILLE, Western Recorder; Satur- 
days ; baptist ; four pages ; size 27x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1830; Rev. M. Dudly, edit- 
or; Sherrill & Son, publishers; claims 4,300 cir- 
culation. 
LOUISVILLE, Western Ruralist; (no report.) 
LOUISVILLE, Medical Journal; monthly; 
one hundred and twelve pages octavo; sub- 
scription $5 ; established 1866; E. S. Gaidar d, 
M. D., editor and publisher; issued simultane- 
ouslv at Louisville and Richmond, Va. 
LOUISVILLE, Twelve Times a Tear ; 
monthly; ninety-six pages octavo; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1867; E. P. Thompson, 
editor; F. I. Dibble & Co., publishers; circula- 
tion 8,625. 



LOUISVILLE, Southern Journal of Music; 

monthly ; sixteen pages; size 25x37; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1868 ; Wm. McCarrell, ed- 
itor and publisher. 
MAIHSONVILLE, Kentucky Times ; (no re- 
port.) 
MAl'SVILLE Eagle ; tri-wcekly ; Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Vi eekly, Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; four panes; size — tri- 
weekly 24x32, weekly 26x38; subscription — tri- 
weekly $4, weekly $2 ; established 1868; T. M. 
Green, editor and publisher. 
MAVSVILLE Rulletin; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1862 ; Ross, Rosser & Welch, editors 
and publishers. 

MAVSVILLE, Jackson Purchase; (no report.) 

MAYSVILLE Republican; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 24x38; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Thomas A. Davis, editor 
and publisher. 

MAYSVILLE, Independent Monthly ; (no 
report.) 

MOIST STERLING, Kentucky Sentinel ; 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 21x36 ; 
subscription $2 50; established 1867; William 
S. Hawlev, editor and publisher. 

NEWCASTLE, Constitutionalist ; Thurs- 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1868; W. A. Holland, editor and 
publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

NEWPORT News ; Sundays; four pages; size 
21x28; subscription $2 ; established 1868 ; Geo. 
A. Jones, editor and publisher. 

OWENSBORO, Monitor ; Wednesdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 26x37; subscription 
$2 50; established 1862 ; Thomas S. Pettit and 
A. L. Ashbv, editors and publishers. 

OWENSBORO, Southern Shield ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 36x36 ; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1858; J. G. Ford, 
editor and publisher. 

PABUCAH, Kentuckian ; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and Weekly, Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic ; daily four pages ; weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 21x30, weekly 30x12; subscription 
—daily $10, weekly $2 ; John Martin, Jr., & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

PADUCAH Herald; tri-wcekly; Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; four pages ; size 28x42; 
subscription — tri-weekly $8, weekly $2 50; es- 
tablished 1866; J. C. Noble, editor'; Paducah 
Printing Co., publishers. 

PADUUAH Gazette; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; established 1867 ; Thomas J. Pick- 
ett, editor and publisher. 

PARIS, True Kentuckian; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; John S. Craddock, 
editor and publisher. 

PARIS, Western Citizen; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription 
$2; established 1807; McChesney & Fisher, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

RICHMOND, Kentucky Register; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1844; B. H. Brown, editor 
and publisher. 

RUSSELLVILLE Herald; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 29x43; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1866; Oscar C. Rhea, ed- 
itor and proprietor. 

SHELBYVILLE, Shelby Sentinel; Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1866 ; John T. Hearn, 
editor and publisher; Wm. Stanley, associate 
editor. 

SHELBVVILLE, Southern Journal of Ed- 
ucation ; monthly; forty-eight pages octavo, 
in pamphlet form ; subscription $2 ; establish- 
ed 1868; Z. F. Smith, editor; J. T. Hearn, put- 
lisher; devoted to popular instruction and 
literature; circulation 1,300. 

STANFORD Banner; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; D. Parker, editor and publisher; 
claims 800 circulation. 

UNIONTOWN Appeal; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 



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$2 {established 1866; W. II. A: A. II. Cummins, 
editors and publishers; claims 1,000 circula- 
tion. 

VERSAILLES, Woodford Weekly) Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription £'2: established 1869; Greathouse 
.v McLoed, editors and publishers. 

WINCHESTER, Clark Co. Democrat; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x37; subscription $250; established 1st;?:. J as. 
M. Parris, editor and publisher; claims 700 
circulation. 



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Abbeville, Meridional ; Wednesdays; 
English and French; four pages; size 22x31 ; 
subscription si; established 1858; L.J.Addi- 
son, editor and publisher. 
ALEXANDRIA, Louisiana Democrat ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
26x38; subscription $5 ; established 1845; E. It. 
Biossat, editor and proprietor. 

BASTROP Dispatch i Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription st; estab- 
lished 1851 ; W. Prather, editor and publisher. 

RATON ROCGE, Advocate; tri-weekly; 
.Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 
Weekly, Saturdays; democratic; four pages; 
size 22x28; subscription — tri-weekly $10, week- 
ly s:>: established 1842; D. C. Moulton, editor 
and proprietor. 

BATOX ROCGE Gazette and Comet; tri- 
weekly; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 
and Weekly, Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size— tri-weekly 21x28, weekly 24x29; 
subscription— tri-weelrly $10, weekly $5; es- 
tablished 1821; J. C. Charrotte, editor; J. C. 
Charrotte & Co., publishers; claims tri-week- 
ly 350, weekly 500 circulation. 

BATOS ROCGE Courier; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 21x28; subscription $2; established 
1868; W. H. Van Ornum, editor and publisher. 

BATON ROKiE, Sugar Planter ; Satur- 
days: democratic; four pages; size 22x28; 
subscription $ t ; established 1852 ; IT. J. Hyams, 
editor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

BELLEVLE, Bossier Banner; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 21x32; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1859; W, H. Scanland, 
editor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

BIENVILLE Messenger; (no report.) 

CARROLLTOA', Radical Standard; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 18x24; 
subscription $4; established 1868; J. Willis 
Menard, editor and publisher. 

CARROLLTOX Times; semi-weekly; Wed- 
nesdays and Saturdays; four pages; size 
21x29; subscription $2; established 1863; Peter 
Souliar, editor and publisher. 

CLINTON, East Feliciana Democrat ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; sub- 
scription $3; established 1855; G. W. Reese, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 

€LL\TOX Patriot; (no report.) 

COVINGTON, Republican Vindicator; (no 
report.) 

DELTA Madison Mail ; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages; size 21x28; established 1808; 
J. X. Osborn, editor and publisher. 

DONALDSONVILLE, Drapeau de L'Ascen- 
sion ; French; Saturdays; democratic; two 
pages; size 28x42; subscription $5; established 
1854; Bob. H. Bradford and Felix Beynand, 
editors; Sue E. Supervielle, publisher; claims 
500 circulation. 

EIXiAR, Meschacebe and L'Avant Cou- 
rier; Saturdays; English and French ; demo- 
cratic; lour pages; size 22x32; subscription $5; 
established 1852; E. Dumezand Thos. Bellow, 
editors and publishers; claims 1,500 circu- 
lation. 

EBtiARB, Republican Pioneer ; Saturdays ; 
republican; four pages; size '22x32; subscrip- 
tions."); established 1868; Mortimer F. Smith, 
editor and publisher. 

ELTON EAGLE ; Saturdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 25x38; established 1808; Geo. E. 
Sheridan, editor and proprietor; P. O. ad- 
dress, Providence, La. 



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far.>ii-:kville, Union Record; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription $.'f; established 1865; \V . i>. Mims, 
editor and publisher. 
FRANKLIN, Planters' Banner; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages; subscription $5; es- 
tablished 1836; Daniel Dennett, editor; Ber- 
nard Schroeder, publisher. 
GEIVTILLY, Lonisiunuis; Saturd'ys ; French ; 
four pages; subscription $5; established 1805; 
T. Gentu, editor and publisher. 
GREENSIH'HG, Star and Journal ; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1865; Connor & Meth- 
vien, editors and publishers; claims 300 to 400 
circulation. 
harrisonbirg, IVew Era ; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $3; established lsi;7; Wm. L. Ditto, ed- 
itor; Walker & Gibson, publishers; claims 
150 circulation. 
HOMER, Claiborne Advocate; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1856; Parham & Millican, 
editors and publishers. 
HOLVA, Civic Guard; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $5; es- 
tablished 1803; J. B. Dunn, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
HOCMA, Terrebonne Patriot ; Wednesdays; 
republican: four pages; size 21x28; subscrip- 
tion S3 ; established 1808 ; B. W. Francis, editor 
and publisher. 
JEFFERSOJI CITY, Journal ; semi-weekly ; 
Wednesdays and Saturdays: four pages; size 
21x28; subscription 85; established 1800;. John 
T. Michell and B. N. Fleming, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
MANSFIELD Times; (no report.) 
MARKSVILLE, Register ; Wednesdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 21x20; subscription 
$3; established 1808; Amos. s. Collins, editor; 
Edwards & Collins, publishers. 
MARKSVILLE Villager; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
85; established 1845; Lafargue & Edwards, 
editors and publishers; claims 1,100 circula- 
tion. 
MINDEN Democrat; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished 1808; A. G. Tompkins & Bro., editors and 
publishers. 
MONROE, Louisiana Intelligencer; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 2(5x38; 
subscription 83; established 1805; Morey & En- 
nemoser, editors and publishers; claims 200 
circulation. 
HOIAT L.VBAAON, Louisiana Baptist; 
Thursdays; baptist; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription 82 ; established 1850; F. Courtney, 
editor and publisher. 
MOCNT LEBANON, Children of the West ; 
monthly; baptist; four pages; size 16x23: sub 
scription 50 cents; established 1808; W. F. 
Wells, editor and publisher. 
1VAPOLEOJTVILLE Le Pioneer; (no report: 
NATCHITOCHES Times; semi-weekly ; Wed 
nesdays and Saturdays; democratic; lour 
pages; size 24x30; subscription 85 ; established 
1859; L. Dupleix and C. J. C. Puckette, editors 
and publishers. 
NATCHITOCHES, Red River News ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x38 ; sub- 
scription 84; established 1868; W. F. McClean 
and J. Cromie, editors and publishers. 
NATCHITOCHES Spectator; Tuesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1807; J.M. Scanland, editor 
and publisher; claims 700 circulation. 
MEW ORLEANS Bee ; every morning- except 
Monday, and Semi-Weekly, Tuesdays and 
Saturdays; daily, English and French ; semi- 
weekly /French ; democratic ; four pages : size 
— daily 31x48, semi-weekly 21x31 ; subscription 
—daily $16, semi-weekly 85 ; established 1827 ; 
Dufour & Limet, editors and publishers. 
NEW ORLEANS, Commercial Bulletin ; 

(no rejiort.) 
NEW ORLEANS Crescent; every morning, 
and Weekly, Saturdays; democratic; eight 



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pages ; size 32x40 ; subscription — daily $16, 
weekly $5 ; established 1851 ; J. O. Nixon, editor 
and publisher. 
NEW ORLEAKS Deutsche Zeitung; every 
day except Monday, and Weekly, Thursdays : 
German; eight pages; size 32x43; subscrip- 
tion — daily $16, weekly $4; Jacob Hassinger, 
editor and publisher. 
NEW ORLEANS Picayune ; every morning, 
and 'Weekly, Saturdays; eight pages; size 
32x13 ; subscription— daily $16, weekly $5 ; Ken- 
dall, Holbrook & Co., editors and publishers. 
NEW ORLEANS Republican; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and 'Weekly, Saturdays; 
republican ; daily four pages ; weekly eight 
pages; size — daily 23x31, weekly 34x46; sub- 
scription — daily $16, weekly $5; established 
1867 ; A. L. Lee, editor and publisher. 
MEW ORLEANS Times ; every morning, and 
Weekly; democratic; eight pages; size 32x43; 
subscription — daily $16, weekly $5 ; established 
1863; W. H. C. King & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 
NEW ORLEANS Price Current; semi- 
weekly; Wednesdays and Saturdays; com- 
mercial ; four pages ; size 25x36 ; subscription 
$12; established 1822; Young, Bright & Co., 
editors and publishers ; the letter sheet Price 
Current and the Daily Market Report and New 
Orleans Price Current (on letter sheet) are also 
issued from this office. 
NEW ORLEANS Advocate; Saturdays; 
methodist episcopal ; eight pages; size 32x46; 
subscription $3; established L866; Rev. John 
P. Newman, editor and publisher. 
NEW ORLEANS, Christian Advocate ; 
Saturdays ; methodist episcopal ; eight pages ; 
size 29x43: subscription $3; established 1855; 
Rev. J. C. Kerner, publisher ; circulation about 
3,000. 
NEW ORLEANS Chronicle ; (no report.) 
NEW ORLEANS El Imparcial ; Sundays; 
Spanish; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$6; established 1862; Serapin de Arredondo, 
editor and publisher ; claims to be the only 
Spanish paper in Louisiana, and 5,500 circula- 
tion. 
NEW ORLEANS, Las Dos Republicas ; 
Thursdays; Spanish; four pages; size 24x36; 
established 1868. 
NEW ORLEANS L'Epogne ; Sundays ; 
French; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $6; established 18156 ; L. P. Ca- 
nonge, editor; Canonge & Marchand, publish- 
ers ; claims 4,000 circulation. 
NEW ORLEANS, La Renaissance Loiiisi- 
anaise ; Sundays ; French ; eight pages ; size 
21x36; subscription $6; established 1860;Em- 
ile Lefranc, editor and publisher. 
NEW ORLEANS, Morning Star and Cath- 
olic Messenger ; (no report.) 
NEW ORLEANS Presbyterian Index ; (see 

Mobile, Ala.) 
NEW ORLEANS, Propagateur Catholic ; 
Saturdays; French; catholic; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $5. 
NEW ORLEANS, He Bow's Review; 
monthly; one hundred and twelve pages oc- 
tavo, in pamphlet form; subscription $6; 
established 1846 ; Wm: M. Burwell, editor and 
publisher; published simultaneously at New 
Orleans and New York ; devoted to agricul- 
ture, commerce, finance and literature, and 
has 3,000 circulation. 
NEW ORLEANS Journal of Medicine ; 
quarterly; January, April, July and October; 
two hundred pages octavo, in pamphlet form ; 
subscription $6; established 1847; Dr. S. M. 
Bemis and Dr. W. S. Mitchell, editors ; W. S. 
Mitchell, publisher and proprietor; claims 
1,500 circulation. 
NEW ORLEANS, Phonographic Maga- 
zine; semi-monthly; twenty-four pages oc- 
tavo; subscription $5; established 1868; H. C. 
Manley & J. O. Nixon, editors and publishers; 
claims 500 circulation. 
-OPELOCSAS Courier; Saturdays; English & 
French; democratic; four pages; size 21x38; 
subscription $4; established 1852 ; J. ILSandez, 
• editor and publisher; claims 450 circulation. 



OPELOCSAS, Journal; Saturdays; English 
and French ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
26x38 ; subscription $2 ; established 1868; James 
W. Jackson, editor and publisher. 

OPELOCSAS, St. Landry Progress; Satur- 
days ; English and French ; republican ; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $4; established 
1868; E. Bentley and C. E. Durand, editors; 
Donato & Co., publishers. 

PLAO.CEMINE, Iberville Pioneer; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 20x32 ; sub- 
scription $4; established 1868; W. F. Allen, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 300 circulation. 

PLAOA'EMINE, Iberville South ; Satur- 
days ; English and French; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription $5 ; established 
1865; C. Ward, editor and publisher. 

POINTE A LA HACHE, Empire Parish; 
Saturdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 20x26 ; 
subscription $4; established 1868; Patrick 
Leonard, editor and publisher. 

POINT COITPEE Echo ; (no report.) 

POINT COCPEE Journal ; (no report.) 

PROVIDENCE, Carroll Record; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x34; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1866; E. J. Delony and C. 
II. Goffe, editors and publishers. 

RAYVILLE, Richland Beacon; Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $5; established 1869; W. F. Maug- 
ham, editor and publisher. 

RICHMOND Journal ; (no report.) 

SHREVEPORT, South Western ; every 
morning except Mondays and Wednesdays, 
and 'Weekly, Wednesdays; democratic ; four 
pages; size— daily 18x24,* weekly 26x30; sub- 
scription — daily $15, weekly $5; established — 
daily 1868, weekly 1852; L.'Dillard & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers. 

SHREVEPORT, Caddo Gazette ; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $3 ; established 1841 ; Drury Lacy, editor 
and publisher. 

SHREVEPORT News; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 28x30; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1858; A. L. Hay, editor ami publisher; 
claims 600 circulation. 

ST. PRANC1SVILLE, Feliciana Ledger; 
Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 10x26 ; 
subscription $3; established 1865; l'illett & 
Bertus, editors and publishers. 

ST. FRANCISVILLE, Feliciana Republi- 
can ; Saturdays: republican; four pages: size 
21x28; subscription $3; established 1868; J. P. 
Newsham, editor and publisher. 

ST. JOSEPH, Tensas Gazette ; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 21x28; subscrip- 
tion $5 ; established 1866 ; Jewell & Dawson, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

ST. MARTINSVILLE, Courier of the 
Teche ; Saturdays; English and French; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1850; G. A. Fournet and T. 
Bieuvenn, editors and publishers. 
TANGIPAHOA, Southern Ruralist ; month- 
ly; thirty-two pages ; size of page 7x10; sub- 
scription" $1 50; established 1866; E. F. Russell 
and H. A. Swasey, M. D., editors; J. M. 
Sweeney, publisher. 
THIBOBEACXVILLE Sentinel ; (no report.) 

VERMILIONVILLE, Lafayette Advertis- 
er ; Saturdays ; English and French ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $4 ; 
established 1865 ; W. B. Bailey, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 400 circulation. 
VERNON Flag ; (no report.) 

VIDALIA, Concordia Intelligencer; Fri- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x28 ; sub- 
scription $5; established 1840; Wm. J. Lyle, 
editor and publisher; claims 400 circulation. 
WTNNSBORO Sun ; no report.) 



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AFGCSTA, Gospel Banner; Saturdays; 
universalis!; four pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1833; Geo. W. Quinby, 
editor and proprietor; circulation about 6,00b. 

AFGFSTA, Kennebec Journal; Wednes- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 27x40; sub- 



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soription $2; established 1826; J. L. Stevens, 
Howard Owen, Chas. E. Nash, editors ; Owen 
.v Nash, publishers : claims 2,400 circulation. 
AUGUSTA, Maine Farmer; Saturdays; agri- 
cultural; four pages; size 27x40j subscription 



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N. T. True & 3. L 
Boardman, editors; Roman & Badger, pub- 
lishers; claims 12,000 circulation. 
AUGUSTA, Maine Standard; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic; tour pages; size 27x42; subscription 
£•_• ; established 1867; Pillsbury & Brdwn, edit- 
ors and publishers. 
AUGUSTA, Monitor nnil Patent Advcr- 
tlser ; monthly ; tour pages; size 12x20; sub- 
scription ."in cents; established 1856; i:. M. 
Mansur, editor; Geo. A. Callahan, publisher; 
claims 4,000 circulation. 
BANGOR Whig and Cornier j every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly, Tuesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 27x42; stibscrip- 
tion— daily $8, weekly $2; established— daily 
183 4, weekly 1815; John 11. Lynde, editor and 
publisher. 
BA^(iOB, Bemocrnt ; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2; established 1838; Marcellus Emery, editor 
and publisher. 
BAA'OOB, Jeffersonian ; Tuesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1818 ; Joseph Bartlett, editor ; Ben. 
A. Burr, publisher. 
BATH, Sentinel and Times; every morning 
except Sunday, and American Sentinel, 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size- 
daily 24x32, weekly 25x38 ; subscription— daily 
$7, weekly $2 25 ; established— daily 1862, week- 
ly 1851; Upton & Shorcy, editors and publish- 
ers. 
BELFAST, Progressive Age; Fridays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2 50; established 1854; Wm. M. Bust, editor 
and publisher; circulation about 2 TOO. 
BELFAST, Republican Journal; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages ; size 2(5x31); subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1830; Wm. H. Simpson, 
editor and publisher. 
BIDDEFORB, Maine Democrat ; Tuesdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 27x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1828; E. K. Smart, editor 
and publisher. 
B1BDEFOBD, Union anil Journal; Fri- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1845; J. E. Butler, ed- 
itor and publisher; circulation 2,500. 
BRUNSWICK Telegraph; Fridays; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $1 5*0; estab- 
lished 1853 ; A. G. Tenney, edit* >r and publisher. 
BUCKSPORT, Riverside Liho; (see Port- 
land.) 
CALAIS, Advertiser ; Tuesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 23x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1850; John Jackson, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
DEXTER Gazette ; (wo report.) 
DOVER, Piscataquis Observer; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1848; G. V. Edes & Son, ed- 
itors and publishers. 
EASTPORT Sentinel ; Wednesdays ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1818; N. B. Nutt, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 800 circulation. 
ELLSWORTH American; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 27x40 ; subscription §2 ; 
established 1855; x. K. Sawyer, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,125 circulation. 
FARMINGTON Chronicle; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 26x37 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1840; A. C. Phillips, editor 
and publisher. 
GARDINER, Home Journal ; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size 26x39; subscription. 82 50; 'es- 
tablished ls53; H. K. Morrell, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 804 circulation. 
GARDINER, Kennebec Reporter; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 24x35; subscription $2; 
established 1800 ; G. O. Bailey & Co., editors and 
publish ers. 
HALLOWELL Gazette ; Saturdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 2<Jx35 ; subscription $1 75; 



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established 1838; ('has. B. Nash & Co., editors 
and publishers ; claims 1,100 circulat Ion. 

HOILTON, Aroostook Pioneer ; Tuesdays; 
independent ; four pages ; size 21x30 ; subscrip- 
tion §2; established ls.".7 ; W. S. Gilman, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

HOILTON, Aroostook Times; Fridays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established I860; Then. Cary, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

LIOIVISTOA, Journal ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; republi- 
can; daily four pages; weekly eight pages; 
size— daily 24x36, weekly 32x46; subscription 
—daily $8, weekly $2; established— daily 1861, 
weekly 1847; Nelson Dingley, Jr., and Frank 
L. Diiigley, editors and publishers; claims 
daily 1,200, weekly 5,000 circulation. 

LEWISTON Advertiser; monthly; four 
pages; size 23x33; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished 1866 ; Geo. C. Callahan, editor and 
publisher; claims 3,000 circulation. 

LEWISTON, Once a Month ; monthly; eight 
pages; size 17x24; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished 1800; Ceo. M. Stanehrield & Co., 
editors and publishers; claims 3,000 circu- 
lation. 

MACHIAS Republican; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $2; 
established 1850; C. O. Forbush, editor and 
publisher. 

MACHIAS Union ; Tuesdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1853; George W. Drisko, editor; Drisko 
& Parlin, publishers; claims 1,000 circula- 
tion. 

MECHANICS FALLS, Androscoggin Her- 
ald ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1850; Wm. K. it 
J. F.Moody, editors and publishers; claims 
700 circulation. 

NORTH ANSON, Union Advocate; Wednes- 
days ; democratic; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription $2; established 1850; Albert Moore, 
editor and publisher. 

PARIS, Oxford Democrat ; Fridays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1833; F. E. Shaw, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 

PORTLAND Advertiser; every noon and 
evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Fri- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; sub- 
scription—daily $0, weekly $1; established 
1785; Knight & Richardson, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 1,700 daily, 000 weekly circula- 
tion. 

PORTLAND, Eastern Argus ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday ; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
27x11; subscription— daily $8, tri-weekly $4, 
weekly $2 50; established 1803; John M. 
Adams & Co., editors and publishers. 

PORTLAND Press; every morning except 
Sunday, and Maine State Press, Thursdays; 
republican ; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages; size— daily 30x42, weekly 32x40; sub- 
scription—daily $8, weekly $2; established 
1862; N. A. Foster, editor and publisher. 

PORTLAND, Christian Mirror ; Tuesdays ; 
congregational; four pages; size 25x38; sub- 
scription $3; established 1821; Charles Austin 
Cord, editor and proprietor; circulation about 
2,000. 

PORTLAND, Price Current; Saturdays; 
commercial; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1862; Knight & Richard* 
son, editors and publishers; claims 050 cir- 
culation. 

PORTLAND, Riverside Echo; Saturdays; 
eight pages; size 28x40; subscription §2; es- 
tablished 1800; Willabee Haskell and S. A. 
Strout, editors; T. U. Emery & Co., publish- 
ers; devoted to literature, temperenoe and 
general intelligence, and has a publication 
office at Bucksport : circulation about 3,120. 

PORTLAND, Sunday Advertiser; Sundays : 
independent; four pages ; size 20x37 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1800; J. T. McGregor, 
editor and publisher; claims 4,000 circulation. 



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PORTLAND, Transcript ; Saturdays ; litera- 
ry; eight pages; size 28x40; subscription $2; 
established 1836; E. H. Elwell, editor; Elwell, 
Packard & Co., publishers; claims 18,000 circu- 
lation. 

PORTLAJYD, Zion's Advocate ; Wednes- 
days ; baptist ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1828; J. W. Col- 
cord and W. H. Shailer, editors; B. Thurston 
& Co., publishers; circulation about 2,500. 

PORTLAJfD, Maine Journal of Education; 
monthly; forty pages octavo; subscription 
$1 50; established IsOO; A. P. Stone, managing 
editor; Brown Thurston, publisher; claims 
1,500 circulation. 

PRESQUE ISLE, Sunrise ; Fridays, republi- 
can ; four pages; size 24x28; subscription 
$1 50; established 18<>3; D. Stickney & Co., 
editors and publishers; claims 750 circulation. 

ROCKLAND, Free Press; Wednesdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 27x40; subscription 
$2; established 1855; A. & E. Sprague, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

ROCKLAiVD Gazette; Fridays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 27x42; subscription $2; 
established 1840; Wortman & Porter, editors 
and publishers; claims 1,300 circulation. 

ROCHLASfD, Knox and Lincoln Patriot; 
Saturdays; democratic; four pages; size 
27x10; subscription $2 50; established 1868 ; 
Wm. Xoyes & Son, editors and publishers; 
claims 2,200 circulation. 

ROCKLAJVB, Youths' Temperance Visitor; 
monthly ; eight pages ; size 20x28 ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1860; Z. Pope Vose 
and Mrs. Clara A. Sylvester, editors; Z. Pope 
Vose, publisher; claims 10,700 circulation ; de- 
voted to temperance, education, and moral 
training of the young. 

SHER3IA1V Mli.ES, Voice ; monthly; eight 
pages ; size 19x24 ; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
lished 1867; W. W. Sleeper & Co., editors and 
publishers. 

SKOWIIEGA1V, Somerset Reporter; Fri- 
days; republican; four pages ; size 25x37; sub- 
scription $2; established 1841; Z. A. Smith, 
editor; Smith & Emery, publishers; claims 
1,250 circulation. 

WATERVIEEE Mail ; Fridays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1847 ; Maxham & Wing, editors and pub- 
lishers ; claims 725 circulation. 

WIjVTHROP Bulletin ; Fridays; four pages; 
size 22x32; subscription $1 50; established 
1867; A. X. Berry, editor and publisher; claims 
750 circulation. 

MARYLAND. 

AJVIVAPOLIS Gazette; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1852 ; J. G. King, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 900 circulation. 

AIYIVAPOLIS, Maryland Examiner; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 26x38; 
subscription $2; established 1868; W. T. Ingle- 
hart, editor and publisher. 

Aj\:XAPOEIS, Maryland Republican ; Sat- 
urdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; 
subscription $2; established 1865; Geo. Colton, 
editor and publisher. 

A1VJYAPOLIS, Universal Advertiser; month- 
ly; four pages; size 17x24; established 1869; H. 
M. Pinkard, M. D., editor and publisher; an 
advertising medium with a gratuitous circu- 
lation of 3,000. 

BALTIMORE American and Commercial 
Advertiser; every morning and evening ex- 
cept Sunday; Tri- Weekly, and Weekly 
American, Saturdays ; four pages; size 30x43; 
subscription — daily $9, tri-weekly $6, weekly 
$1 50; established' 1775; Charles C. Fulton & 
Son, editors and publishers. 

BALTIMORE, Deutsche Correspondent ; 
every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, 
Fridays ; German ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; sub- 
scription—daily $6, weekly $2 50; Frederick 
Raine, editor and publisher. 

BALTIMORE, Evening Commercial; every 
evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Fri- 



MARYLAND. 



days; four pages; size — daily 25x37, weekly 
28x42; subscription — daily $6, weekly $1 50; 
Wm. Wales & Co., editors and publishers. 

BALTIMORE Evening Republican ; (no re- 
port.) 

BALTIMORE GAZETTE; every morning 
except Sunday ; Tri- Weekly, and Weekly, 
Saturdays ; four pages ; size 30x43 ; subscrip- 
tion—daily $9, tri-weekly $6, weekly $2; 

BALTIMORE, Sun ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; 
subscription — daily $6, weekly $1 50; A. S. 
Abell & Co., editors and publishers. 

BALTIMORE Wecker ; every day except 
Sunday, and Weekly , Fridays; German; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
— daily $6, weekly $2; established 1850; 
Sclmauffer & Rapp, editors and publishers; 
claims daily 3,000, weekly 3,500 circulation. 

BALTIMORE, Catholic Mirror ; Saturdays ; 
catholic; eight pages; size 32x46; established 
1850; Kelly, Piet & Co., editors and publishers. 

BALTIMORE Episcopal Methodist ; Satur- 
days; methodist; eight pages; size 32x45; sub- 
scription §4; Rev. T. E. Bond, M. I>., editor; 
Rev. John Poisal, publisher; circulation about 
4,500. 

BALTIMORE, Katholische Volks-Zei- 
tung; Saturdays; German; catholic; eight 
pages; size 31x43; established 1860; G.Krcuzer, 
editor and publisher. 

BALTIMORE law Transcript ; Saturdays ; 
eight pages; size 21x30; subscription §4; 'es- 
tablished 1868; A. B. Magruder, editor; P. T. 
Eaton & Co., publisher; devoted to legal and 
general intelligence. 

BALTIMORE, Lutheran Observer; (no re- 
X>ort.) 

BALTIMORE, Masonic Mirror ; (no report.) 

BALTIMORE, Methodist Protestant ; Sat- 
urdays; methodist; four pages; subscription 
$3 ; Dr. J. J. Murray, D. Bowers and S. B. South- 
erland, editors; Thos. W. Ewing, publisher;. 
claims 2,400 circulation. 

BALTIMORE, Mystic Tie; Saturdays; odd- 
fellowship; twenty pages; size of page 10x12; 
subscription $3; J. B. Escavaille, editor; C. 
H. Davis, publisher. 

BALTIMORE, Olive Branch ; (no report.) 

BALTIMORE, Price Current; (no report.) 

BALTIMORE, Saturday IVight ; Saturdays ; 
independent ; four pages ; size 28x43 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1869; Wood & Talbot, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

BALTIMORE, Southern Rome Journal ; 
Saturdays; literary; eight pages; size 28x43; 
subscription $3; established 1866; J Y. Slater, 
editor and publisher; circulation about 8,000. 

BALTIMORE Statesman; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; sixteen pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1868; circulation about 
2,000. 

BALTIMORE, Sunday Telegram; Sun- 
days ; four pages ; size 28x43 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1862 ; J. C. Xorris, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation 16,000. 

BALTIMORE, Sunny Land ; Saturdays, and 
Monthly ; weekly thirty-two pages, month- 
ly eighty pages, in pamphlet form ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1868; Houston and Bel- 
vin, editors and publishers. 

BALTIMORE Times; (no report.) 

BALTIMORE Trade Journal ; Saturdays ; 
four pages; size 20x28; established 1869; J. A. 
Houston & Co., editors and publishers. 

BALTIMORE, Medical Bulletin; semi- 
monthly; eightpages; size 21x29; subscription 
$2; established 1868; Edward Warren, M. D., 
editor and publisher. 

BALTIMORE, American Farmer; monthly ; 
agricultural ; fifty pages octavo, in pamphlet 
form; subscription $2; established 1819; 
Worthington & Lewis, editors and publishers ; 
circulation about 5,000. 

BALTIMORE, American Journal of Den- 
tal Science; monthly; ninety-six pages 
octavo, in pamphlet form; subscription $3; 
established 1839; A. S. Piggott, M. D., and F. 
J. S. Gorgas, M. D., editors; Snowden & Cow- 
man, publishers. 



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BALTIMORK, Calogram ; monthly; eight 
pages; size 19x34; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1868; e. S. Riley, Jr., editor and pub- 
lisher. 

Baltimore Journal ; (no report.) 

BALTIMORE, Maryland Farmer) month- 
ly; agricultural; sixty-tour pages octavo, in 
pamphlet form; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1884; 8. Sands Mills & Co., editors and 
publishers; olaims 4,700 circulation. 

Baltimore, Sew Eclectic j monthly; lit- 
erary; one hundred and forty pages octavo; 
subscription St; established 1868; Turnbull & 
Murdock, editors and publishers; circulation 
about 3,000. 

BALTIMOKK, lluritl Gentleman; monthly ; 
agricultural; subscription $1; established 
1866; Frank I). Morling, editor; J. B. Robinson 
& Co., publishers. 

BAL.T1.MOUK, Solicitor; monthly; four 
pages; size 12x19; established 1868; J. B. 
Robinson, editor and publisher; an advertis- 
ing sheet. 

BALTIMORE Underwriter; (no report.) 



B.VI.TIMOKE, Youth's 



no re- 



port.) 

BALTIMORE, Southern Review; {no report.) 

BEL AIU, JEgis and Intelligencer; Fri- 
days; democratic; fourpages; size 21x38; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1856; A. W. Bate- 
man, editor; Bateman & Baker, publishers; 
claims 800 circulation. 

BEL AIU, Harford Democrat; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1868; Bouldin & Walters, 
editors and publishers; claims 1,000 circula- 
tion. 

BEL AIU, National Republican ; (no report.) 

BOOASBORO, Odd Fellow; Fridays; re- 
publican; fourpages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1812; J. M. Mentzer, editor 
and publisher. 

CAMBRIDGE, Dorchester News ; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x30; 
subscription $1 50; established 18(18; Joseph 
H. Johnson, editor and publisher. 

CAMBRIDGE, Democrat and Herald ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription §2; established 1838; Dr. 
R. DeUnger, editor; G. E. Austin, publisher. 

CAMBRIDGE Intelligencer ; (no report.) 

t ENTRE VI LLE, Maryland Citizen; Satur- 
days; republican ; four pages ; size 21x36: sub- 
scription 82; established I860; John T. Hand, 
editor and publisher. 

CENTREVILLE Observer; Tuesdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 23x33; established 
lsu; William W. Busteed, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CRIMPTOX, Crumptonian ; Fridays; four 
pages ; size 22x33 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1865; David Dunlop, editor and publisher. 

CUMBERLAND Alleghanian; Wednesdays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1820; W. E. Weber, editor 
and publisher. 

CFMBERLAND, Civilian and Telegraph; 
Thursdays; republican; eight page's; size 
26x40; subscription $2; established 1827; Will. 
H. Lowdermilk, editor and publisher; claims 
500 circulation. 

CUMBERLAND Union; Tuesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 26x38; subscription $2; 
established 1862; David Gosorn, editor and 
publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

DEATO.\, American Union ; Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
si 50; established 1860; J. Marion Emerson, 
editor and publisher. 

DENTON Journal; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 23x34; subscription 81 50; es- 
tablished 1841; (has. E. Tarr, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 600 circulation. 

E ASTON Gazette; Saturdays ; republican ; four 
pages: size 24x34; subscription 82 ; established 
1816 ; W. H. Councell, editor and publisher. 

EASTON Journal ; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 26x10; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished I860; Lewis A. Leonard, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 



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EASTON star; Tuesdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 25x37 ; subscription^; established 
1800; Tims. K. Robson, editor and publisher; 
Olaims 1 ,000 circulation. 

ELKTON, Cecil Democrat; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscription 
$2; established 1833; (;. W. Cruikshank, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,010 circulation. 

ELKTON, Cecil Whig; Saturdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 28x41; subscription $2; 
established 1840; E. E. Evving, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ELLICOTTCITY, Common Sense ; Wednes- 
days; republican ; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription |2 ; established 1867 ; P. [Jnger, editor 
and publisher. 

ELLICOTT CIT\ r , Howard Co. Record ; 
Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 : 
subscription 82 ; established 1865; 1. Walfers- 
berger, editor and publisher. 

FREDERICK Citizen; (no report.) 

FREDERICK Examiner; (no report.) 

FREDERICK, Maryland Union; Thurs- 
days; democratic ; tour pages ; size 27x10; sub- 
scription $2; established 1854; Charles Cole, 
editor and publisher. 

FREDERICK Republican; Tuesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 27x40; subscription 
$1 50; established 1866; G. W. Z. Black, editor 
and publisher; claims i)00 circulation. 

FREDERICK, Sunday Morning lisitor ; 
Sundays; temperance; four pages ; size 23x33; 
subscription $1 50; established I860; Ebert & 
McBride, editors and publishers. 

HAGERSTOWN, Herald and Torch Light; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
29x43; subscription $2 50; established 1814; 
Negley, Mittag & Sneary, editors and publish- 
ers. 

HAGERSTOWN Journal ; (no report.) 

HAGERSTOWN, Maryland Free Press; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x37; subscription 82; established 1866; An- 
drew G. Boyd, editor and publisher; claims 
1,000 circulation. 

HAGERSTOWN Mail ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 30x46; subscription $2 50; 
established 1828; Edwin Bell, editor; Dechert 
& Co., publishers; claims 2,500 circulation. 

HAGERSTOWN Republican; (no report.) 

HAGERSTOWN, American Educational 
Advertiser; (no report.) 

HAVRE DE GRACE, Havre Republican; 
Thursdays; republican; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $1 50; established 1S68; 
Harry Carroll, editor; A. F. McCombs & Co., 
publishers. 

LEONARDTOWN Beacon; (no report.) 

LEONARDTOWN, St. Mary's Gazette ; (no 
report.) 

LIBERTYTOWN, Banner of Liberty ; 
Fridays; republican; four pages; size 21x28; 
subscription $1 ; established 1850; J. S. L. Rod- 
rick, editor and publisher; claims 490 circula- 
tion. 

MIDDLETOWN, Valley Register; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x34; subscrip- 
tion $150; established 1S44; G. C. Rhoderick, 
editor and publisher; claims 820 circulation. 

NEWTOWN Gazette ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
fourpages; size 24x36; subscription 82; estab- 
lished 1867; W. L. Clarke, editor and publisher. 

NEWTOWN Record ; Fridays; independent; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription 81 50; 
established 1866; Albert J. Merrill & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers. 

NEWTOWN, Baptist Visitor; monthly; 
baptist; four pages: subscription 50 cent's; 
established 1866; <>. F. Flipp & L. L. Lodge, 
editors ; Judson Wilkerson, publisher; claims 
1,500 circulation. 

PORT TOBACCO, Times ; Thursdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x36: subscription 
$2; established 1841; E. Wells, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

PRINCE FREDERICK, Calvert Journal ; 
Saturdays; neutral; four pages; size 21x36; 
subscription 82: established iso7; c. s. Cal- 
vert and Henry Williams, editors and pub- 
lishers. 



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PRINCESS ANNE, Somerset Herald ; Tues- 
days; independent; four pages; size 22x32; 
siib&cription §2; established 1816; C. W. Fon- 
taine, editor and publisher. 

PRINCESS ANNE, True JIaiylandcr ; {no 
report .) 

KOC'KVILLE, Montgomery Co. Sentinel ; 
{no report.) 

SALISBURY Advertiser; Wednesdays; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1867; Parker & Morgan, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

SALISBURY, Eastern Shoreman; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages : size 21x36 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; Bell & Wailcs, 
editors and proprietors. 

SALISBURY, New Era; republican; four, 
pages: size 21x34; subscription §2; established"' 
1865; S. A. Graham & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 800 circulation. 

SNOW HILL, Worcester Co. Sliield ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; subscription 
$2; established 1846; B. Everett Smith, editor 
and publisher. 

ST. MICHAELS, Comet and Advertiser; 
Saturdays; independent; four pages; size 
22x29; subscription SI ; established 1866; Geo. 
H. Haddaway, editor and publisher; claims 
1,000 circulation. 

TOWSONTOWN, Maryland Journal; Sa1> 
urdays; democratic; four pages; size 24x38; 
subscription $1 50; established 1864; Win. H. 
Ruby, editor and publisher. 

TOWSONTOWN, Baltimore Co. Free Press; 
{no report.) 

TOWSONTOWN, Baltimore Co. Union; Sat- 
urdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; 
subscription $1 50; established ls.">5; Charles 
A. Conner, editor; Longneckers & Conner, 
publishers; claims 1,460 circulation. 

UPPER MARLBOROUGH, 'Marll>orough 
Gazette; Wednesdays; independent; four 
pages ; size 24x38 : subscription $2 ; established 
1836; George W. Wilson, editor and publisher; 
claims 800 circulation. 

UPPER MARLBOROUGH, Prince Geor- 
gian; Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x38; established 1862; Thos. J. Turner, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

WESTMINSTER, American Sentinel ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $1 50; established 1834; W. L. W. 
Seabrook, editor and publisher; claims 1,000 
circulation. 

WESTMINSTER, Democratic Advocate ; 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
24x36; subscription $1 50; established 1865; 
H. & W. H. Vanderford, editors and pub- 
lishers. 



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AMESBURY, Villager; Thursdays; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 75; established 1830; W. H. B. Currier, 
editor and publisher ; issued at Amesbury and 
Salisbury Mills ; claims 970 circulation. 

AMHERST Record ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 27x42; subscription §2; estab- 
lished 1844; J. L. Skinner, editor; Storrs & 
McCloud, publishers. 

AMHERST Student; semi-monthly; eight 
pages ; size 21x27 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 18S8; Association of Students, editors; 
Storrs & McCloud, publishers. 

ATIIOL, Worcester West Chronicle ; Wed- 
nesdays ; independent ; four pages ; size 21x30 ; 
subscription $1 50; established 1866; It. Wil- 
liam Waterman, editor and publisher. 

BARNSTABLE Patriot; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 27x41; subscription 
$2 50; established 1830; S. B. Phinney, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,400 circulation. 

BARRE Gazette ; Fridays; independent; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1834; J. Henry Goddard, editor and 
publisher ; claims 1,992 circulation. 

BEVERLY Citizen; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 25x36 ; subscription $2 ; established 1850 ; 
John B. Cressy, editor and publisher. 



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BOSTON Advertiser ; every moi-ning except 
Sunday; Semi- Weekly, Wednesdays and Sat- 
urdays, and Thursday Spectator, Thurs- 
days; republican; daily and tri-weekly four 
pages; weekly eight pages; size 32x47; sub- 
scription—daily $10, semi-weekly $4, weekly 
$2; Dunbar, Waters & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

BOSTON, Evening Traveller; every evening 
except Sunday; Semi- Weekly, Tuesdays 
and Fridays, and American Traveller, Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 27x42; 
subscription— daily $10, semi-weekly $4 ; week- 
ly $2; established 1844; Charles C. Hazewell, 
editor-in-chief; Worthington, Flanders & Co., 
publishers; circulation of weekly about 17,000. 

BOSTON Herald ; every morning and. even- 
ing except Sunday, and Sunday Herald, 
Sundays; four pages; size 23x33; subscrip- 
tion—daily $5, Sunday $2; E. C.Bailey & Co., 
editors and publishers; the only two cent 
dail y in Boston, and claims a circulation equal 
to the combined circulation of all other daily 
papers published there. 

BOSTON Journal; every morning and 
evening except Sunday; Semi- Weekly, 
Tuesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 27x42 ; sub- 
scription— daily §10, semi-weekly $4, weekly 
$2; Charles O. "Rogers, editor and publisher; 
circulation of weekly about 20,000. 

BOSTON Post; every morning except Sun- 
days; Press and Post, Mondays and Thurs- 
days, and Boston Statesman, Fridays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 31x43 ; subscription- 
daily $10, semi-weekly $4, weekly $2; Charles 
G. Greene, editor-in-chief; Beals, Greene & Co., 
publishers. 

BOSTON Transcript ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, AVednesdays; four 
pages; size 28x41; subscription— daily $9, 
weekly $2; Henry W. Dutton & Son, editors 
and publishers. 

BOSTON Skipping List; semi-weekly; 
Wednesdays and Saturdays; commercial; 
four pages; size 28x42; subscription $8; es- 
tablished 1842 ; Learned, Tompson & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers. 
.BOSTON, Slioe and Leather Reporter ; (see % 
<\Txew York City.) J~ W ' ^- 

BOSTON, Advent Herald; Tuesdays; ad- 
ventist; four pages; size 26x39; subscription 
$2; established 1840; John M. Orrick, editor; 
American Millennial Association, publishers. ./ 

BOSTON, American Protestant ; Saturdays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 23x33; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1868; American Protest- \S 
ant Association, editors and publishers. 

BOSTON, American Railway Times; Sat- 
urdays; sixteen pages; size 28x42; subscrip- ty 
tion$4: established 1849; J. A. Haven, editor 
and publisher; G. L. Vose, associate editor. 

BOSTON, American Union; Saturdays: lit- 
erary; four pages; size 27x40; subscription/^, 
$2 50; established 1828; Elliott, Thomes & | r 

Talbot, editors and publishers. 0/ 

BOSTON, Banner of Light; Saturdays; y 

spiritualist; eight pages; size 29x42; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1857; Luther Colby, edit- 
or-in-chief; W,m. White & Co., publishers; the , 
only organ of spiritualism in New England; u 
claims 15,000 circulation. 

BOSTON, Christian Era; Thursday; Bap- 
tist; four pages; size 27x40; subscription „/ 
$2 50; established 1862 ; A. Webster, editor and 
publisher; circulation about 3,840. 

BOSTON, Christian Register; Saturdays; 
Unitarian ; four pages ; size 28x43 ; subscrip- 
tion $3 ; established 1821 ; Rev. S. W. Bush, ed- \S 
itor; Christian Register Association, pub- 
lishers ; claims to be the only unitarian paper 
in New England; claims 6,000 circulation. 

BOSTON, Christian Witness and Church 
Advocate; Thursdays; episcopal; eight 
pages ; size 27x37 ; subscription $3 ; established {/ 
1835 ; E. P. Dutton & Co., editors and publishers. 

BOSTON, Commercial Bulletin ; Saturdays ; 
commercial ; four pages ; size 30x47 ; subscrip- y 
tion$4; established 1859; Curtis Guild & Co., ' 
editors and publishers. 



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BOSTON, Commonwealth) Saturdays; re- 
publican; lour pages; size 28x86; established 
/ 1882 ; Charles W. Slack, editor and publisher; 
circulation about 5,000. 

BO.sto.x, Congregationalist and Boston 
Beoorder; Thursdays; congregational : eighl 
pages : size 33x48; subscription $3; Rev. Henry 

f^il/Dexter and C. \. Richardson, editors ; W. 
l. Greene & Co., publishers; claims 27,000 cir- 
culation, the largesl of any protestant relig- 
ious newspaper in New England. 

BOSTON Courier; Fridays; democratic; four 

a/ pages: size 30x44; subscription (2 50; estab- 
lished 1824; George Lunt & Co., editors and 
publishers. 

BOSTON Cultivator; Saturdays ; agricultural ; 
S eight pages; size 20x38; subscription $i ">o; es- 
taliiished L839; Otis Brewer, publisher and 
proprietor; claims 20,448 circulation. 

BOSTON, I>rrl'ioiirrr; Thursdays: German; 
\ ^republican ; eight pages; size 25x36; subscrip- 
c tion 8~>; established is.">! ; Karl Keinzen, editor 
and publisher; the only German paper in Mas- 
sachusetts. 

BOSTON, Every Saturday : Saturdays; liter- 
ary; forty pages; size of page 7x11; subscrip- 
tion $5; established lSCii; Fields, Osgood &Co., 

"editors and publishers; circulation about 
20,000. 

BOSTON, Flag of Our Union; Saturdays; 

literary: sixteen pages; size 32x44; subscrip- 

^y'tion $4; established istr>: Elliott, Thomes & 

Talbot, editors and publishers; claims 17,000 

circulation. 

BOSTON, (Jleason's ILiterary Companion; 
Saturdays; literary; sixteen pages; size 31x46; 
if- subscriptions?: established 1859; F. Oleason,, 
editor and publisher. 

BOSTON, Harry Hazel's Yankee Blade ; 
Saturdays: literary: lour pages; size 27x40; 

•^subscription $3; established 18i>2 ; Jones & Co., 
publishers. 

BOSTON, Home Circle ; Saturdays ; literary ; 
\J"»/ eight pages; size 29x45; subscription $2; estab- 
^ lishedl869; P. Gleason, editor and publisher. 
fc' BOSTON, Illustrated Christian; (see In- 
dianapolis, Ind.) VJ V 3 '<£) 

BOSTON, Illustrated Police News ; Thurs- 
days; eight pages; size 29x42; subscription 
'84: established lS!U; John Stetson, Jr., editor 
and publisher. 

BOSTON Investigator; Wednesdays; free 
thought; eight pages; size 24x34; subscription 
S3 50; established ls.so; Horace Seaver, editor; 
Josiah P. Mendum, publisher; circulation 
about 3.000. 

BOSTON, L.ittell'8 Living Age ; Saturdays ; 
tf literary; sixty-four pages octavo; subscrip- 
tion S8; established 1844; E. Littell, editor; 
Littell & Gay, publishers; claims 7,000 circula- 
tion. 

BOSTON, Massachusetts Ploughman ; Sat- 
urdays; agricultural; four pages; size 30x46; 
v / ^subscription $2 r>0; established 1810; George 
Noyes, editor and publisher; organ of the New 
England Agricultural Society; circulation 
about 10,000. 

BOSTON, Medical and Surgical Journal ; 
y Thursdays; sixteen pages; size 28x44; sub- 
scription $1; established 1828; D. W. Cheever, 
M. Di, editor; David Clapp & Son, publishers. 

BOSTON, Nation; Saturdays; temperance: 
y four pages; size 27x40; subscription $2 50; es- 
• tablishedl864; Rev. W. M. Thayer and J.M. 
Usher, editors; J. M. Usher, publisher. 

BOSTON, New England Base Ballist; 
Thursdays; sporting; four pages; size 18x26; 
subscription 82; established 1868; Rice & Kog- 

• ers, publishers; devoted to base ball, held 
sports and the drama. 

BOSTON, New England IMal ; Mondays; 
j one page; size 17.xls; subscription $3 60; es- 
tablished I860; Horace Dodd, editor and pub- 
lisher; it contains the time-tables for all the 
Boston railroads, steam lines and horse cars, 
the location of banks, &e., arranged lor con- 
venient reference: a list of the express routes, 
quarterly, and a table of the arrival and de- 
parture of the mails, semi-annually, are issued 
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BOSTON, New England Farmer; Saturdays; 
agricultural; four pages; size 30* 13 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50 ; established 1822; R. P. Eaton & Co., 
editors and publishers; circulation about, 
16,500. 

BOSTON, New England Postal Record; 
Saturdays ; four pages; size 23x33 ; subscription 
$2; established 18U8; Win. M.Kendall, editor 

and publisher. 

BOSTON, Oliver Optic's Magazine ; Satur- 
days; twenty-four pages octavo; subscription 
$2 50; established 1866; Lee ,V Shepard, pub- 
lishers. 

BOSTON. Pilot; Saturdays: catholic: eight 
pages; size 33xt<>; subscription $2 50; estab- 
lished 1836; Patrick Donahoe, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 40,000 circulation. 

BOSTON, ltoibuiy Gazette; Thursdays; 
democratic ; fourpages; size 26x38; established 
1861; 'Win. II. Hutchinson, editor and pub- 
lisher; published in the Highland" district. 

BOSTON, Thursday Spectator and Week 
ly Advertiser; (see Daily Advertiser.) 

BOSTON, Saturday Evening Express; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 27x42; established 
1858; Morgan & Co., editors and publishers; is- 
sued early Sunday morning. 

BOSTOxN, Saturday Evening Oazette ; four 
pages; size 28x44; subscription 81; established 
1815; P. B. Goodseil, editor and publisher; ' 
issued early Sunday morning. 

BOSTON, Sporting Times ; Saturdays ; illus- 
trated; sporting;. sixteen pages; size 33x40;'"'' 
subscription 84; established Is ',7. 

BOSTON Statesman ; (see, Post.) ><* 

BOSTON, Suffolk Co. Journal; Saturdays, 
republican; four pages; size 26x36; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1849; George H. Monroe, v 
editor and publisher; published in the High- 
land district. 

BOSTON Sunday Courier; Sundays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 30x44; subscription _* 
$2 50; established 1867; tieo. Lunt & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers; issued from the office of 
the Boston Courier. 

BOSTON, Sunday Times; Sundays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 27x44; .subscription 
83; established 1866; K. C. Dunham, editor; 
Thaver & Dunham, publishers. 

BOSTON, True Fine;; Saturdays; literary; 
fourpages; size27x4o; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1851 ; Moulton & Lincoln, editors and 
publishers. 

BOSTON, Cniversalist ; Thursdays; univer- 
salis!; four pages; size 26x39; subscription 
82 50; established 1819; Rev. Benton Smith, 
editor and publisher; circulation about 5.000. 

BOSTON, Watchman and Be flee tor ; Thurs- 
days ; baptist; eight pages; size 34x50; sub- 
scription 83; established 1819; Rev. John W. 
Olmstead, D. D., editor; John W. Olmstead & 
Co., publishers; claims 21,000 circulation. 

BOSTON, Wavcrly Magazine; Saturdays; 
literary; sixteen pages; size 34x49; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1850; Moses A. Dow, editor 
and publisher; claims 40,000 circulation. 

BOSTON, Wide World; weekly; literary: 
fourpages; size 27xt0; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1860 ; Ichabod N. Pernald, editor and 
publisher; claims 15,000 circulation. 

BOSTON,''World's Crisis; Wednesdays; ad- 
ventist; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
82 50; established 1841; Miles Grant, editor; 
Advent Christian Publishing Society, publish- 
ers; claims 8,200 circulation. 

BOSTON, Youths' Companion; Thursdays; 
four pages; size 18x25; subscription $150; 
established 1827; I). S. Ford, editor: P. Mason 
& Co., publishers: claims 50,000 circulation. 

BOSTON, Zions Herald; Thursdays: meth- 
odist; sixteen pages; size of page 12x16; sub- 
scription 82 50; established 1823; Gilbert Ha- 
ven, editor; E. D. Winslow, agent for the 
Boston Weslcyan Association, publisher; cir- 
culation about 16,000. 

BOSTON, Dwight's Journal off .Music ; ' 
every Other Saturday; sixteen pages; size 
26x39; subscription 82: established 1852; John 
S. Dwight, editor; Oliver Ditson & Co., pub- t 
lishers; claims 2,500 circulation. jc 



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BOSTOJf, (iood Templar ; semi-monthly ; 

*■• temperance; eight pages; size 24x36; sub- 

** seription $1 ; established 1805 ; S. T. Cobb, 

editor; C. C. Roberts, publisher ; claims 2,500 

circulation. 

BOSTOiV, Cray's Bfew England Real 

Estate Journal ; semi-monthly ; four pages ; 

wsize 22x33; subscription $1; established 1867; 

E. G. Little, editor; James Gray, proprietor. 
BOSTOS, Our Country ; semi-monthly; eight 
* pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1808 ; J. T. Lurvey, editor and publisher ; 
organ of the grand army of the republic. 
.- BOSTOiV, Young Pilgrim; semi-monthly; 

* Advent Christian Publication Society, editors 
and publishers. 

BOSTOiV, Youths' Visitor; semi-monthly; 
four pages; size 15x20; subscription 40 cents ; 
, established 18(54 ; J. M. Orrick, editor; Ameri- 
^ can Millennial Association, publishers; has a 
— « branch office at Rock Island, P. Q. 
jO, A BOSTOiV, Advocate of Peace ; monthly; six- 
*L teen pages; size 22x32; subscription SI 50; es- 
J Ltablished 1869; Geo. C. Beckwith, secretary; 
published by American Peace Society. 
BOSTOiV, American Journal of Horticul- 
ture ; monthly ; ninety pages octavo ; estab- 
y lished 1865; J. E. Tilton & Co., publishers; 
claims a larger circulation than all of tin- 
other horticultural magazines combined. 
BOSTOiV, American Miscellany; monthly; 

• fifty-six pages; size of page 9x12; subscrip- 
" tion $3; James II. Brigham, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims about 10,000 circulation. 

BOSTOiV, American Workman ; monthly; 

height pages; subscription $1 50; established 
18o8; Walter 6. Goss & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; devoted to the interests of the work- 
ing classes. 

BOSTOiV, Atlantic Monthly; literary; one 
j- hundred and twenty-eight pages octavo; 

• subscription Si ; established 1857 ; Fields. Os- 
good & Co., editors and publishers; circula- 
tion about 50,000. 

BOSTOiV, Ballou's Monthly Magazine ; 
*S monthly; literary; one hundred pages' octavo; 
subscription $150; established 1854; Elliott, 
Thomes & Talbot, editors and publishers; 
circulation about 75,000. 
BOSTOiV, Christian Banner; monthly; four 
f pages; size 22x30; subscription 35 cents; es- 
tablished 1858; American Tract Society, edit- 
ors and publishers. 
BOSTOiV, Church Monthly; episcopal; 
, sixty-eight pages, octavo; subscription $3; 

* established 1861 ; Rev. Benj . B. Babbitt, editor ; 
published from the Church Reading Boom, 
Boston, ami by H. B. Durand, Xew York; 
claims to be the only monthly magazine of 
the Episcopal Church published in the United 
States; circulation about 2,000. 

BOSTOiV Echo ; monthly; four pages; size 
* 10x14; established 1806 ; J.J.Pike & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers ; an advertising sheet. 
BOSTOiV, Freemasons' Monthly Maga 



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BOSTOiV, Borne Guardian ; monthly; thirty- 
two pages octavo ; subscription $1 ; established 
*•' 1S38; Mrs. P. W. Smith, editor; New Eng- 
land Female Moral Reform Society, pub- 
lishers. 

BOSTOiV, Journal of Applied Chemistry ; 
(see New York City.) 

BOSTOiV, Macedonian «fc Record ; monthly ; 
baptist; four pages; size 20x27; subscription 

^25 cents; established 1842; American Baptist 
Missionary Union, editors and publishers ; the 
home and foreign missionary organ of the 
Baptist Church. 

BOSTOiV. Masonic Monthly ; forty pages oc- 
tavo; subscription $2 50; established 1863; 
J Theophilus G. Wadman, publisher; devoted 
exclusively to masonic matters. 

BOSTOiV, Massachusetts Teacher; month- 
ly ; sixty pages octavo ; subscription $1 50 ; es- 
tablished 1848; I). B. Hager, John Kneeland 
and G. B. Putnam, editors ; I). \V. Jones, pub- 
lisher; claims 3,000 circulation. 



BOSTOiV, Merry's Museum; monthly; illus- 
trated; forty-eight pages octavo; subscription 
$1 50; established 1811 ; Louisa M. Alcott, ed- 
itor; H. B. Fuller, publisher; claims 10,000 cir- 
culation. 

BOSTOiV, Missionary Herald ; monthly ; con- 
gregational ; sixty-four pages octavo; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1804; Rev. Isaac It. Wor- 
cester, editor; Charles Hutchins, publisher; 
claims 30,000 circulation. 

BOSTOiV, Missionary Magazine; monthly; 
baptist; thirty-two pages octavo; subscription 
$1; established 1821; American Baptist Mis- 
sionary Union, editors and publishers. 

BOSTOiV, Monthly Religious Magazine ; 
unitarian ; thirty-four pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion $5; established 1819; Rev. E. H. Sears and 
Rev. Rufus Ellis, editors; Leonard C. Bowles, 
publisher. 

BOSTOiV, IVew England Parmer ; monthly; 
agricultural; forty-eight pages octavo; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1867; S. Brown and 
S.Fletcher, editors; R.P.Eaton & Co., pub- 
lishers: circulation about 2,000. 

BOSTOV, IVew England Insurance Ga- 
zette; monthly; sixteen pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1862; Win. Had- 
den, editor and publisher ; the only publica- 
tion in New England devoted exclusively to 
insurance matters. 

BOSTOiV, IVovelette ; monthly; fifty pages; 
size of page 9x12 ; subscription $2 ; established U 
ls57; Elliott, Thomes & Talbot, publishers. 

BOSTOiV, iVursery; monthly ; thirty-two 
pages; size 17x23; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1867; P. P. Seavcrns, editor; John L. f 
Shorey, publisher ; devoted to literature suited 
to youngest readers. ^/ 

BOSTOV, Orpheus ; (see New York.) 

BOSTOiV, Our Young Polks ; monthly; six- 
ty-four pages octavo; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1865; Fields, Osgood & Co., editors and 
publishers ; devoted to literature suited to the 
young; claims 40,000 circulation. 

BOSTOiV, Snow's Pathfinder Railway 
Guide ; monthly (with weekly supplement) ; * 
thirty-two pages octavo; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1840; Snow & Hapgood, editors and 
publishers. 

BOSTOiV, Radical; monthly: eighty pages 
octavo; subscriptions;!; established' 1855; S. 
II. Morse and J. B. Marvin, editors; Adams & ** 
Co., publishers; claims 2,200 circulation ; de- 
voted to literature and religious discussions. 

BOSTOiV, Sabhath at Home ; monthly ; six- 
ty-four pages octavo ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1867 ; Rev. T. P. Warren, editor; Amei- t> 
ican Tract Society, publishers; claims 7,000 
circulation. 

BOSTOIV, Student and Schoolmate; month- 
ly ; forty-eight pages octavo ; subscription 
$150; established 1846; Joseph II. Allen, ed-i^ 
itor and publisher; devoted to the entertain- 
ment and instruction of the young. 

BOSTOiV, Congregational Review ; quarter- 
ly ; one hundred and twenty-two pages octavo ; 
subscription $3; established 1860; E. P.Mar- 
vin, E. Cutler and J. E. Rankin, editors; M. I£. 
Sargent, publisher. 

BOSTOiV, IVew England Historical and 
Genealogical Register; quarterly; Janu- 
ary, April, July and' October; subscription $3; 
established 1847; Albert H. Hoyt, A. M., edit- 
or; New England Genealogical Society; pub- 
lishers. 

BOSTOiV, iVorth American Review ; quar- 
terly; January, April, July and October; three 
hundred pages octavo; subscription $6; es- 
tablished 1815; Prof. J. R. Lowell and C. E. 
Norton, editors; Fields, Osgood & Co., pub- 
lishers; claims 2.000 circulation. 

BRIOGEWATER Banner; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 24x38; subscription 
$2; established 1862; Pratt & Gross, editors 
and publishers ; printed at the office of the 
Middleborough Gazette. 
CAMBRIDGE Chronicle ; Saturdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription 
$2 50; established 1846; George Fisher, editor 
and publisher. 



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c \mhkiim;i: Press ; Saturdays; four pases; 
size 28x38; subscription $2 50; established 
1866; James Cox, editor and publisher; claims 
2,500 circulation. 

CHARLESTOWHF Advertiser) Saturdays; 
^republican; four pages; size 25x35; subscrip- 
tion $2; established L850; Win. II. De Costa, 
editor and pu blish er; claims 4,300 circulation. 

CIIAKEESTOWA, Banker Hill Aurora; 
r Saturdays; four pages; size 23x33; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; estabhshed 1827; W. II. Wheildon, 
editor and publisher. 
t/fII.VKl.i:STOiv\ Chronicle; Saturdays; 
tour pases; size 26x30; subscription $2 50; 
established i>' ; s; Richaras and Wason, editors 
and publishers. 
yCHELSEA, Telegraph and Pioneer; Satur- 
daysfrepublican ; four pages; size 27x42; sub- 
scription $2 50; established i x i-"> : Henry Mason 
& Sons, editors and publishers. 

CLl.\TO\ «'omant ; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 25x37; subscription $2; established 1847; 
W. E. Parkhurst, editor; W. J. Coulter, pub- 
lisher; claims 950 circulation. 

BAA VERS Monitor; Wednesdays; republi- 
ean ; four pages ; size 27x 12 ; subscription $2 50 ; 
established 1865; C. D. Howard, editor and 
publisher; printed at the office of the Peabody 
Press. 

BEOHAM Gazette; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 24x33 ; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1814; Henry O. Hildreth, editor and 
proprietor. 

EAST ABIATGTOX Standard; Saturdays: 
four pages ; size 24x36; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1854; J. s. Smith, editor and publisher. 

EAST BBIDGEWATEB 3T*ws ; Saturdays: 
republican: four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion 82: established 1803; J. Burrell, editor 
and publisher; printed at the office of the 
Middleborough Gazette. 

EAST DOIGLAS, Oouglas Herald ; Satur- 
days ; independent ; four pages ; size.23x33 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1868 ; G. W. Spencer 
& Co., editors and publishers; claims 800 cir- 
culation. 

EDfiARTOIVJT, Vineyard Gazette ; Fri- 
days; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$150; established lstii: Charles M. Vincent, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

FALL RIVER, Evening Mews ; every even- 
ing except Sunday; and Weekly, Thursdays ; 
republican: four pages; size — daily 23x32, 
weekly 26x36; subscription — daily $6, weekly 
$2 50; established— daily 1859, weekly 1845; 
Almy Milne & Co., editors and publishers. 

FALL RIVER, Monitor; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 22x33; established 1825; Wm, S. 
Robertson, editor and publisher. 

FITCKBURG Reveille; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 26x39; subscription $2; 
established 1852; John J. Piper, editor and 
publisher. 

FITCHBURG Sentinel; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 26x36; subscription 
$2; established 1839; Garfield & Stratton, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

GLOUCESTER Telegrapli; semi-weekly; 
Wednesdays and Saturdays, and Cape Ann 
Li^ht, Saturdays; republican; four pages; 
size 25x38; subscription— semi-weekly $2 75, 
weekly $2 : established 1827 ; John S. E. ltogers, 
editor and publisher. 

GLOUCESTER, Cape Ann Advertiser; Fri- 
days; independent; four pages; size 27x42; 
subscription 82 50; established 1858; Proctor 
Brothers, editors and publishers; claims 2,000 
circulation. 

GLOUCESTER, Cape Ann Light; (see Tele- 
graph.) 

GREAT BABBIXGTOX, Berkshire Cou- 
rier; Wednesdays; republican; four pages; 
size 27x41; subscription $2; established 1834; 
Manns H. Rogers, editor and publisher; 
claims 2,000 circulation. 

GREENFIELD, Gazette and Courier; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
27x12; subscription $2; established— Gazette 
1792, Courier 1838; S. S. Eastman & Co. editors 
and publishers; circulation about 4,700. 



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ci a jet icii Press; Thursdays; republican; 

four pages ; size 23x33; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1862; John W. Emery, editor and pub- 
lisher; Claims 800 circulation. 

ii %\ eiuii LL, Publisher; tri-weekly; Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 21x30; subscription si 50; es- 
tablished 1857; Woodward & Palmer, editors 
and publishers. 

HAVERHILL, Essex Banner; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 23x31; subscrip- 
tion 82: established 1831 ; E. II. Sandford, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

HAVERHILL Gazette ; Fridays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 23x34; subscription s2; estab- 
lished 1793; K. G. Frothingham, editor and 
publisher. 

HIJVGHAM Journal and South Shore Ad- 
vertiser; Fridays; republican; four pages; 
size 26x39; subscription $2 50; established 
1850; Blossom &Easterbrook, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

HOLl'OKE Transcript; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x42; subscription £2 ; 
established 1863; C. H. Lyman, editor and 
publisher. 

HUBSOIV Pioneer; Saturdays: four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription §2; established 1855; 
Wm. M. Wood, editor and publisher; printed 
at the office of the Marlboro' Mirror. 

LAWREACE American ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size— daily 22x32, weekly 
28x45; subscription— daily 84, weekly $2; 
established — daily 1868, weekly 1855; Geo. S. 
Merrill & Co., editors and publishers. 

LAWREIVCE Eagle ; every evening except 
Sunday/and Essex Eagle, Saturdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size— daily 22x32, weekly 
27x42; subscription— daily $4 50, weekly 81 50; 
established— daily 1868, weekly 1867; Wads- 
worth & Allen, editors and publishers ; claims 
1,200 weekly circulation. 

LAWREIVCE Sentinel; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 25x36; subscription 
$2 ; established 1853; A. Morrison, editor and 
publisher. 

LEE, Central Berkshire Chronicle ; Thurs- 
da vs ; republican ; four pages : size 24x36 : sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; Wm. H. Hill & 
Co., editors and publishers. 

LEE, Valley Gleaner ; Thursdays ; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 26x37; subscription 
$1 75; established 1857; Josiah A. Royce, edit- 
or and publisher. 

LOWELL, Citizen and ISewg ; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and American Citizen, 
Fridays; republican: four pages; size — daily 
32x30, weekly 27x40; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $2; established 1856; C. L. Knapp, ed- 
itor; Knapp & Morey, publishers. 

LOWELL Courier ; every evening except 
Sundays, and Lowell Journal, Fridays; re- 
publican ; four pages; size — daily 24x34; week- 
ly 29x44; subscription— daily $6, weekly 82: 
established — daily 1830, weekly 1826; Harden 
& Kowell, editors and publishers. 

LOWELL Journal ; (see Courier.) 

LOWELL, Vox Populi ; Fridays ; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 24x35; subscription $2; 
established 1840; Z. C. Huse, editor; Stone & 
Huse, publishers. 

LYAA Reporter; semi-weekly; Wednesdays 
and Saturdays; republican; four pages; si'y.o, 
27x40; subscription 81 50; established 1851; 1*. 
L. Cox, editor and publisher. 

LY1\IV Transcript; Saturdays ; independent : 
four pages ; size 2(ix38; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1867; Kimball, Nichols & Courtis, 
publishers. 

MALDEjV Messenger; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 23x33; subscription $2 50; established 
1856; C. C. P. Moody, editor and publisher. 

MARLBORO Mirror ; Saturdays ; four psiges. ; 
size 24x30; subscription 82; established 1865; 
Wm. W. Wood, editor and publisher. 

MIOBLEBOROUGII Gazette; Saturdays: 
republican; four pages; size 21x30 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1851; Stillman B. Pratt, 
editor; S. B. Pratt anil 1>. S. Hasty, publishers. 



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MILFORR Journal ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 27x42 ; subscription $2 ; established 1851 ; 
James M. Stewart, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,500 circulation. 

If AMTUfHET, Inquirer and Mirror ; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 23x33; 
subscription $2 50 ; established 1821 ; Hussey & 
Robinson, editors and publishers; claims 
1,100 circulation. 

NATIOK Times; Saturdays; republican ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $2 ; establish- 
ed 1805; W. W. Hemenway & Co., editors and 
publishers; claims 500 circulation. 

MEW BEDFORD, Mercury ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; re- 
publican; daily four pages; weekly eight 
pages; size— daily 21x31, weekly 29x43; sub- 
scription—daily $7, weekly 82; established- 
daily 1832, weekly 1807 ; Fessenden & Baker, 
editors and publishers. 

NEW BEDFORD, Evening Standard ; 
every evening except Sunday, and Repub- 
lican Standard, Thursdays; republican; 
daily four pages ; weekly eight pages ; size- 
daily 24x38, weekly 28x41 ; subscription— daily 
$6, weekly $2; established 1850; Edmund An- 
thony & Sons, editors and publishers; claims 
— daily 2,000, weekly 1,900 circulation. 

NEW BEDFORD," Whalemen's Shipping 
List ; Tuesdays ; four pages ; size 21x2!) ; sub- 
scription $3 ; established 1843 ; Benjamin Lind- 
sey, publisher; claims 528 circulation. 

NEiVBURYPORT Herald ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Semi- Weekly, Tuesdays 

• and Fridays ; independent ; four pages ; size — 
daily 22x32, semi-weekly 25x37 ; subscription — 
daily $0, semi-weekly "84; established— daily 
1832, semi-weekly 1795"; William II. Huse & Co!, 
editors and publishers. 

NEWTON Journal ; Saturdays ; independent ; 
four pages; size 26x36; subscription $2 50; 
established 186(5; H. M. Stimson, editor and 
proprietor; claims 960 circulation. 

NORTH ADAMS, Hoosac Valley News ; 
Wednesdays ; independent ; four pages ; size 
26x36; subscription $2; established 1868; J. C. 
Angell, editor; Angell & Mandeville, publish- 
ers. 

NORTH ADAMS, Adams Transcript ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x41 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1843 ; James T. 
Robinson & Co., editors and publishers ; claims 
1,300 circulation. 

NORTHAMPTON Free Press ; semi-weekly; 
Tuesdays and Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages; "size 24x36; subscription 83 ; established 
I860; Albert R. Parsons, editor and publisher. 

NORTHAMPTON, Hampshire Gazette ; 
Tuesdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; 
subscriptions*-; established 1786; Trumbull & 
Gere, editors and publishers. 

NORTH BRIDGEWATER Gazette ; Thurs- 
days; independent; four pages; size 27x40; 
subscription $2; established 1850; Aug. T. 
Jones, editor and publisher. 

PALMER Journal ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1850; G. M. Fisk & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; claims 1,200 circulation. 

PEABODY Press; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 27x42 ; subscription $2 50 ; es- 
tablished 1860; C. L>. Howard and S. C.Ban- 
croft, editors; C. D. Howard, publisher. 

PITTSFIELD, Berkshire Co. Eagle; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 27x41: sub- 
scription $2; established 1829; Chickering & 
Axtell, editors and publishers. 

PITTSFIELD Sun ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 26x36; subscription $2 25; es- 
tablished 1800; Phinehas Allen & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

PLYMOUTH, Memorial and Rock; Fri- 
days; republican; four pages; size 27x42; sub- 
scription $2 50; established — Old Colony Me- 
morial 1820, Plymouth Hock 1828; consolidated 
1863; Geo. F. Andrews, editor; Andrews Bros., 
publishers. 

PLYMOITH, True Plymouth Rock and 
Old Colony Sentinel; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 25x37; subscription 



MASS A CHU SETTS. 



$2; established 1864; Moses Bates, editor and 
publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

QUINCY Patriot; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $2 50; established ls;>7: 
M. Elizabeth Green, editor; Geo. W. Pres- 
cott, printer and business agent; claims 850 
circulation. 

RANDOLPH, East Norfolk Register; Fri- 
days; four pages; size 21x31 ; subscription 82; 
established 1865; E. W. Holmes, editor and 
publisher. 

ROXB17RY Gazette ; (see Boston.) ' / 

KOXBURY, Suffolk Co. Journal ; (see Bos- / 
ton.) J 

SALEM, Essex Co. Mercury ; (see Gazette.) 

SALEM Gazette ; semi-weekly; Tuesdays and 
Fridays, and Essex Co. Mercury, Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 26x38 ; sub- 
scription— semi-weekly $3 50, weekly $2; es- 
tablished—semi-weekly 1796, weekly 1768; C. 
Foote and N. A. Horton, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

SALEM Register ; semi-weekly ; Mondays and 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size -20x39; 
subscription 84 ; established 1799; J. Chapman 
and C. W. Palfray, editors and publishers. 

S.VLEM Observer; Saturdays; neutral; four 
pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1823; Geo. W. Pease and H. S. Traill, publish- 
ers ; claims 1,050 circulation. 

SALEM, American Naturalist; monthly; 
fiftv-six pages octavo; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1807; A. S. Packard, Jr., A. Hyatt, 
E. S. Morse, and F. W. Putnam, editors; Pea- 
body Academy of Science, publishers; claims 
2,500 circulation. 

SAEEM, Bible Repository ; (no report.) 

SALISBURY MILLS, Villager; (see Ames- 
bury.) 

SANDWICH, Cape Cod Gazette ; Thursdays ; 
four pages; size 25x35; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1867; J. R. Xickles, Jr., editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 600 circulation. 

SOUTH BOSTON, Wag; monthly ; four pages ; 
size 10x14; subscription 20 cents; established 
1868. 

SOUTHBRIDGE Journal; Fridays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1861 ; Wm. B. Morse, editor and 
publisher. 

SPRINGFIELD, Evening News ; every 
evening except Sunday ; four pages ; size 
18x26; subscription $6; established 1868; F. H. 
Sterns and E. King, editors and publishers. 

SPRINGFIELD Republican; every morn- 
ing except Sunday; Semi- Weekly, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays, and We ekly, Fridays; 
republican ; daily of Tuesdays, Thursdays and 
Fridays, lour pages; Mondays, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays, and semi-weekly and weekly, 
eight pages ; size — four pages 22x32, eight 
pages 32x44; subscription — daily $8, semi- 
weekly 84. weekly 82; established— daily 1844, 
semi-weekly 1866, weekly 1824; Samuel Bowles 
& Co., publishers; claims daily 9,000, semi- 
weekly-1,200, weekly 14,000 circulation. 

SPRINGFIELD Union; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays ; republi- 
can ; daily four pages, Saturdays eight pages ; 
weekly eight pages; size— daily 22x32, weekly 
32x44 ; subscription — daily 86, weekly $2 : estab- 
lished 1864; Union Printing Co., publishers. 

SPRINGFIELD, New England Home- 
stead; Saturdays, and Monthly; agricul- 
tural; weekly eight pages, monthly sixteen; 
size — weekly 31x48, monthly 29x46; subscrip- 
tion— weekly $2 50, monthly 75 cents; estab- 
lished—weekly 1868, monthly 1867; Henry M. 
Burt & Co., editors and publishers; claims 
weekly 5,000, monthly 5,000 circulation. 

STONEHAM Sentinel; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; established 1808 ; 
H. C. Gray, editor and publisher; printed at 
the office of the Woburn Journal. 

TAUNTON Gazet'.. • ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Union Gazette and Democrat, 
Thursdays; republican; four pages; size — 
daily 22x32, weekly 26x38; subscription — daily 
$6; weekly $2; established — daily 1810, weekly 
1832 ; J. W. I). Hall, editor and publisher. 



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MICHIGAN. 



TAUA'TOA", Bristol Co. Republican; Fri- 
days; republican ; Pour pages; size 252 10 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1823; Dawes, Welbor 
\ Doval, editors and publishers. 

WAKKi'iKU* HnuiHTi Saturdays; tour 
pages; size 26x38; established 1888; Wm. II. 
Hutchinson, editor and publisher; printed at 
the office of the Roxbury Gazette. 

WAi/niAM Free Press; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $2; 
established L863; Geo. Phinney, editor and 
publisher. 

H.VLTHAM Sentinel] Fridays; four pages: 
si/.c 23x31; subscription $2; established 1850; 
Josiah Hastings, editor and publisher. 

WAKE Standard; Saturdays; republican; 
tour pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1855; Gordon M. Fisk & Co., editors and 
publishers; printed at the office of the Palmer 
Journal. 

WAREHAM Sens; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 21x88; .subscription §2; estab- 
lished 1862; Pratt & Co., publishers ; printedat 
the office of the Middleoorough Gazette. 

WEBSTER Times ; Saturdays; independent : 
four pages; size 24x34; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1859; J. A. Dresser, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,100 circulation. 

XTKSTBOROl'Gri, Saturday Evening 
Chronotype ; Saturdays; four pages; size 
24x32; subscription $2 ; established 1867 ; Chas. 
II. Pierce, editor; Pierce & Stevens, publishers. 

WESTFIELD Sews Letter; Wednesdays; 
independent; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion SI 50; established 1811 ; A. L. Buell, editor 
and publisher. 

WEYMOITII Gazette; Fridays; four pages; 
size 27x41; subscription $2; established 1867; 

C. G. Easterbrook, editor and publisher; 
claims 700 circulation. 

WOBVRX, Middlesex Co. Journal; Satur- 
days; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1852; H. C. Gray, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

WORCESTER Gazette ; every evening ex- 

• cept Sunday, and iEsfis and Gazette, Satur- 
days; four pages; size 27x42; subscription — 
daily $7, weekly $2; established— daily 1845, 
weekly 1802 ; S. "B. Bartholomew & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers. 

WORCESTER Spy ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Massachusetts Spy, Fridays ; 
republican; four pages; size 28x41; subscrip- 
tion—daily $8, weekly $2; established 1770; J. 

D. Baldwin, editor-in-chief; J. D. Baldwin & 
Co., publishers ; claims daily 5,000, weekly 2,200 
circulation. 

WORCESTER, Commercial Advertiser ; 
Saturdays ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; established 
18 18; Gould & Browning, editors and publish- 
ers; an advertising sheet, with gratuitous cir- 
culation. 

WORCESTER Palladium; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 20x37 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1834; J. C. S. Knowlton, editor. 

YARMOUTH PORT, Yarmouth Register; 
Fridays; republican; four pages; size 27x42; 
subscription $2; established 1837; Charles F. 
Swift, editor and publisher; claims the largest 
circulation in South-east Massachusetts. 

MICHIGAN. 

ADRIAN Times and Expositor; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and 'Weekly, Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size— daily 24x35, 
weekly 26x40; subscription— daily $8, weekly 
$2 : established 1838; LowrieJ Applegate & Fee, 
editors and publishers ; claims the largest cir- 
culation and only daily paper in Southern 
Michigan. 

ABRIAX Advance; (no report.) 

AI>RIA.Y Advertiser; (no report.) 

A1>R!AY Journal; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages; size 24X37; subscription $2; established 
1867; J. & D. Cross & Co., editors and publish- 
ers. 

ALBIO\" Mirror; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1856; L. W. Cole, editor and publisher. 



Albion Recorder; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; Harrison A: Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; circulat ion 300. 

A 1LEEGAA' J our mil ; Saturdays; republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x36; Subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1856; l>. < . Henderson, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 800 circulation. 

ALLE(iA\ Record; (no report.) 

ALLEGAA Star; monthly; four pages; size 
12x16; subscription 25 cents; established 1807; 
W. \v. Vosburg, editor and publisher. 

ALPENA, Alpena County Times ; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 23x33; sub- 
scription $2; established 1863; A. C. Tetl't, edit- 
or and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

AA'Af ARBOR Democrat; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
SI 50; established 1808; II. E. II. Bower, edit- 
or and publisher. 

AATJV ARBOR, Michigan Argus ; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 38x40; subscription $2; 
established 1815; E. B. Pond, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

A]\j\ ARBOR Journal ; Thursdays ; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 21x30; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1847; R. S. Cheney, editor; James M. 
Cole, publisher; claims 000 circulation. 

AN1V ARBOR, Peninsular Courier ; Thurs- 
days; republican; eight pages; size 31x44; 
subscription $150; established 1861; Allen 
Campbell, editor; A. W. Chase, M. D., publish- 
er: claims 1,200 circulation. 

BATTLE CREEK, Advent Review and 
Sabbath Herald ; Tuesdays ; seventh-day ad- 
ventists; eight pages; size 20x28; subscription 
$2; established 1850; Uriah Smith, editor; Sev- 
enth-day Adventist Publishing Association, 
publishers ; claims 3,525 circulation. 

BATTLE CREEK Journal ; Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 27x40: subscription 
$1 50; established 1851; George Willard & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

BATTLE CREEK, Hitchcock's Monthly 
Real Estate Reporter ; monthly ; four pagi (S ; 
size 20x28; subscription 25 cents; established 
1808; A. Hitchcock & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

BATTLE CREEK, Youth's Instructor ; 
monthly ; eight pages ; size 14x22 ; subscription 
50 cents ; established 1852 ; G. W. Amadon, ed- 
itor : Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Asso- 
ciation, publishers. 

BATTLE CREEK, Health Reformer; 
monthly; twenty pages octavo, in pamphlet 
form; subscription $1 ; established 1800; U.S. 
Lay, M. D., editor; Seventh-day Adventists 
Publishing Association, publishers; circula- 
tion 4,000. 

BAY CITY Journal ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 20x42; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1864; S. C. Wilson, editor and publisher; 
claims 700 circulation. 

BAY CITY' Signal; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages: size 26x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1864; Wm. T. Kennedy, Jr., editor; Ken- 
nedy & Worden, publishers ; claims 050 circu- 
lation. 

BEIVTO:V HARBOR Palladium; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1808; L.J. Merchant, editor 
and publisher. 

BIG RAPIDS, Mecosta Co. Pioneer ; Thurs- 
days ; republican; four pages; size 24x30; sub- 
scription 82; established 1862; Charles Gay & 
Co., editors and publishers. 
BLISSFIELI> Enterprise ; (no report.) 

BROASOA Herald ; Thursdays; independent ;- 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1807; Titus Babcock, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 408 circulation. 
BUCHAUJAA", Berrien Co. Record; Thurs- 
days; republican ; eight pages; size 28x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1807; I). A. Wagner, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 
BUCHAA'AA Union ; (no report.) 
BICH.AAAA', Voice of the West ; Tuesdays, 
second adventists; four pages : size 28x41 ; sub- 
scription $2; established lsi'4: Joshua G.. 
Hines, editor; claims 3,200 circulation.. 



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BUCHANAN, North Western Christian 

Proclamation ;' monthly ; church of Christ; 
thirty-two pages octavo, pamphlet, with cov- 
er; suhscription $1; established 1865; David 
A. Wagner & Wm. M. Roe, editors; David A. 
Wagner, publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

BURR OAK Sentinel ; (no report.) 

CASSOPOLIS, National Democrat; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 21x36; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1850; C. C. Allison, 
editor and publisher. 

CEi\TREVILLE, Tuscola Advertiser ; Fri- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $150; established 1868; H. G. Chapin, 
editor and publisher. 

CHARLOTTE Argus; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x37; subscription 
$150; established ISo'n; Thornton & Johnson, 
editors and publishers. 

CHARLOTTE Republican; Wednesdays ; 
republican; eight pages ; size 28x44; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1853; Joseph Saunders, 
editor and publisher; circulation about 1,000. 

CHARLOTTE, Ells' Sensation; semi-month- 
ly; four pages; size 14x20; subscription 50cts.; 
established 1869; Frank A. Ells, editor and 
publisher. 

CLINTON Telegraph ; (no report.) 

COLDWATER "Republican ; Saturdays ; re- 
publican; eight pages; size 30x44; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; Bowen, Dunham & 
Co., editors and publishers. 

COLDWATER Sentinel ; Fridays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 21x36; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1864; Smith & Moore, editors and 
publishers. 

CONSTANTINE, Weekly Mercury ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1845 ; L. F. Hull, edit- 
or and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

CORRCNA, Shiawasse American ; Tues- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x37; 
subscription $2; established 1855; John N. In- 
gersoll, editor and publisher; claims over 
1,000 circulation. 

DECATUR, Van Bwren County Republi- 
can ; Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2 ; "established 1867; S. H. & E. 
A. Blackman, editors and publishers; claims 
700 circulation. 

DETROIT Advertiser and Tribune; every 
morning and evening except Sunday; Tri- 
weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ; 
Weekly, Wednesdays ; republican ; daily and 
tri-weekly four pages, weekly eight pages; 
size— daily and tri-weekly 28x44, weekly 30x44 ; 
subscription — daily $10, tri-weeklv $5. weekly 
$2; established— daily 1836, weekly 1820; De- 
troit Advertiser and'Tribune Co., editors and 
publishers ; claims the largest circulation of 
auv Detroit paper; circulation weekly about 

20,000. 

DETROIT Free Press ; every morning except 
Sunday; Tri-Weekly, Mondays, Wednes- 
days and Fridays, and Weekly Tuesdays; 
democratic; eight pages; size 31x43; sub- 
scription— daily $8, tri-weekly $4, weekly 
$2; established 1832; Detroit Free Press Co., 
editors and publishers; claims 19,000 daily cir- 
culation. 

DETROIT Michigan Journal ; every morn- 
ing except Sundays; German; republican; 
four pages; size 26x38; established 1855; C. 
Marxhausen, editor and publisher. 

DETROIT Post ; every morning ; Tri-Week- 
ly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 
Weekly, Saturdays ; republican ; eight pages ; 
size 30x44 ; subscription — daily $10, tri-weekly 
$5, weekly $2 ; established 1S«6; Daily Post Co., 
editors and publishers. 

DETROIT Cnion ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and Weekly, Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription— daily $7, 
■weekly $1; established 1865; Cyras Peabody 
and Geo. C. Chester, editors ; Union Printing 
Co., publishers; claims the largest city circu- 
lation. 

DETROIT Commercial Advertiser; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 28x40 ; subscription $2 50 ; 
established 1801 ; W. H. Burk, editor and pub- 



MICHIGAX. 



lisher; claims the largest circulation of any 
Michigan newspaper among merchants, farm- 
ers, traders and families. 

DETROIT, FamiUen Blatter; Saturdays; 
German; sixteen pages; size 31x41: subscrip- 
tion $2 50; August Marxhausen, editor and 
publisher. 

DETROIT Journal of Commerce ; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 24x30; subscription $2: 
established 1865; Barry & Gradwell, editors 
and publishers. 

DETROIT, Peninsular Herald; Wednes- 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1868; J. Bussed & Son, editors and 
publishers; claims over 4,000 circulation; or- 
gan of the temperance organizations of the 
Slate. 

DETROIT, Western Rural ; branch office; 
(for description sec Chicago, 111.) 

DETROIT, American Homeopathic Ob- 
server; monthly; homeopathy; sixty-four 
pages octavo, in pamphlet form ; subscription 
$2; established 1864; Edwin A. Lodge, M. D., 
editor and publisher; claims the largest cir- 
culation of any homeopathic journal in the 
United States. 

DETROIT, Mechanic and Inventor ; month- 
ly ; eight pages ; size 24x38'; subscription 50cts ; 
established 1867; Thomas E. Sprague, editor; 
Mechanic and Inventor Association, publish- 
ers; devoted to information regarding pa 
tents and patented articles, and claims 15,000 
circulation. 

DETROIT, Review of Medicine and Phar- 
macy ; monthly ; seventy-six pages octavo, 
in pamphlet form; subscription $3; establish- 
ed 1866; G. P. Andrews, M. D., E. W. Jenks, M. 
D., T. A. McGraw, M. D., and H. O. Walker, M. 
D., editors; G. P. Andrews, M. I)., business 
manager. 

DETROIT Demoki-ai and Volksblatt ; (no 
report.) 

DETROIT Medieal Journal ; (no report.) 

DETROIT Western Crescent ; (no report.) 

DEXTER Leader; Thursdays; neutral; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1869; Wickwire & Alley, editors and 
publishers. 

DOWAGIAC, Cass Co. Republican; Thurs- 
days; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1857; Henry C. Buf- 
fington, editor and publisher; circulation 
872. 

EAST SAGINAW Courier; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly; four pages: size — 
daily 25x35 ; subscription— daily $7. weekly $2 ; 
established 1868 ; B. M. Thompson, editor and 
publisher. 

EAST SAGINAW, Saginaw Enterprise; 
every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, 
Thursdays; four pages; size — daily 24x35, 
weekly 26x40 ; subscription — daily $7, weekly 
$2; established 1855. 

EAST SAGINAW Zeitung; (no report.) 

EATON RAPIDS Journal; independent; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 50 ; es- 
tablished 1865; J. B. Ten Eyck, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 640 circulation. 

ELK RAPIDS. Traverse Bay Eagle; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 27x42; 
subscription $2; established 1864; Sprague, 
Spencer & Wilcox, editors and publishers; 
published simultaneously at Elk Kapids and 
Travers City and claims 450 circulation. 

FENTON Gazette ; Tuesdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription $2 ; established 1865. 
W. H. H. Smith, editor and publisher. 

FLINT, Genesee Democrat ; Saturdays ; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription 
$2; established 1848; R. W. Jenny and C. Fel- 
lows, editors and publishers. 

FLINT Globe ; \\ ednesdays; republican; four 
pages; size 29x46; subscription $2; established 
1866; C. F. Smith & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

FLINT, 'Wolverine Citizen ; Saturdays : re- 
publican; eighl pages; size 29x44; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1850; F. H. Rankin &B. L. 
Warren, editors and publishers; claims the 
largest circulation in the city and county. 



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MICHIGAN. 



Fridays ; democratic ; 
i /.('•_• I x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1859; John 11. Mitchell, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims Too circulation. 
Guv.\n HAVEN Unions Tuesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $-; 
established 1861; L. M. S. smith, editor and 
publisher; claims about 500 circulation. 
(JHA\1) RAPIDS, Daily Morning Demo- 
crat ; every morning except Sunday, and 
Weekly, Wednesdays; democratic; four 
pages; siz< — daily 24x34; weekly 27x40; estab- 
lished 1862; M. H. Clark .* Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; claims daily Too, weekly 1,200 circula- 
lation. 
GRAND RAPIDS Eagle; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages; size — daily 26x40; weekly 
28x44; subscription— daily 810, weekly $2: es- 
tablished— dauy 1856, weekly 184"; A. B.Tur- 
ner & Co., editors and publishers; claims daily 
800, weekly I. sou circulation. 
GltAA'D RAPIDS, Labor Tnion ; tri-weekly; 
Tuesdays, .Thursdays and Saturdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
§5; established 1868; John Lee, editor and pub- 
lisher: devoted to the interest of the laboring 
classes and claims the largest circulation in 
the city. 
GK.4KD RAPIDS, Vrijheids Ranier ; Tues- 
days: Hollandish; republican; four pages; 
' size 22x32; subscription $3; established 1868; 
Verburg & Co., editors and publishers; circu- 
lation about 1,500. 
GRAAD RAPIDS Common School Gazette 5 

(no repurt.) 
GRASS LAKE Reporter; Thursdays; inde- 
pendent: four pages; size 21x36; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Allison & Comer, editors 
and publishers; claims 600 circulation. 
CRUEXVILLE Independent; Tuesdays; re- 
publican: four pages; size 21x36; subscription 
§2; established 1854; E. F. Grabill, editor and 
publisher: claims 500 circulation. 
ILlSTIA'tiS Banner ; Wednesdays; republi- 
can : four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 50 ; 
established 1856; George M. Dewey, editor and 
publisher. 
HASTINGS Democrat ; Tuesdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription §1 50; 
established 1868; W. Roscoe Young, editor and 
publisher; claims about 1,000 circulation. 
HASTINGS Independent; (no report.) 
HILLSDALE Democrat; Fridays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
e.-tablishecl 1859; Wm. H. Tallman, editor and 
publisher* 
HILLSDALE Christian Freeman ; {no re- 
port.) 
HILLSDALE Standard ; (no report.) 
HOLLAND, De Hollander; Wednesdays; 
Hollandish; democratic; four pages; size 
21x29 ; subscription $150; established 1850; H.T. 
Slag, editor and publisher; claims 500 circula- 
tion. 
HOLLAND, De Hope ; Wednesdays; Holland- 
ish: reformed church; four pages; size 22x32; 
subscription $2; established 1866; Rev. P. J. 
< tggel, editor; C. Doesburg, business manager; 
devoted to the interests of Hope College. 
HOLLAND, De Grondwet; (no report.) 
HOLLY Register; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1865; E. V. Blair, editor and publisher. 
HOUGHTON, Portage Lake Mining Ga- 
zette; Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; sub- 
scription $3; established 1859; II. & It. Mc- 
K enzie , editors and publishers. 
noiVEUi Democrat; (no report.) 
HOWELL Republican; (no report.) 
Hl'DSON Gazette; Fridays; independent; 
four pages; size 24x39; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished L868; Wm. T. B. shermerhorn, editor 
and publisher; circulation 800. 
HCDSOAT Post; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages; size 26x38; subscription $2; established 
1862; Laird & l'enfield, editors and publishers; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 
IONIA, Ionia County Democrat; Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 



tion $2; established 1868; -John C. Gentzler, 
editor and publisher. 

IONIA, Ionia County Sentinel; Fridays; re- 
publican; four pages ; size 26x40; subscription 
£•2; established L866 ; Taylor & Stevenson, edit- 
ors and publishers. 
ITHACA, Gratiot Journal; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 21x30; subscription 
$150; established 1866; J. W. Caldwell, editor ; 
Dan. Taylor, publisher; claims 720 circula- 
tion. 
ITHACA, School Journal; monthly: eight 
pages; subscription 50 cts.; established 1868; 
Giles I. Brown, editor; Daniel Taylor, pub- 
lisher; claims 500 circulation. 
JACKSON Citizen; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly; Tuesdays; republican; 
daily four pages; weekly eight pages; size — 
daily 26x40, weekly 29x42; subscription— daily 
$8 50, weekly $2; established 1819; James 
O'Donnell, editor and publisher. 
JONESVILLE Independent ; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1848; James I. Dennis, editor 
and publisher; claims about 1,000. 
KALAMAZOO Telegraph ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; 
republican; four pases; size — daily 24x36, 
weekly 29x44 ; subscription — daily $8, weekly 
$2; established— daily 1868, weekly 1846; Stone 
Brothers, editors and publishers. 
KALAMAZOO Gazette ; Fridays : democratic ; 
four pages; size 26x39; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1832; Lomax & Clark, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
KALAMAZOO, Present Age ; Saturdays ; 
spiritualist; four pages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1868; D. M. Fox and L. B. 
Brown, editors; Michigan Spiritual Publica- 
tion Co., publishers; circulation about 3,000. 
LANSING State Democrat; Wednesdays; 

four pages; size 24x36; established 1866. 
LANSING State Republican; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 31x44; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1855; Bingham, Kerr & 
Co., editors and publishers. 
LAPEER Clarion; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x34; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1857; D. W. Moore, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 500 circulation. 
LEXINGTON, Sanilac Jeffcrsonian ; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1853; Nims & Beach, 
editors and proprietors; claims 600 circu- 
lation. 
LTDINGTON, Mason County Record ; Tues- 
days; republican ; four pages; size 22x31 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1867; George W. Clay- 
ton, editor and publisher. 
MANCHESTER Enterprise ; Thursdays ; neu- 
tral; tour pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1867; Mat. D. Blosser, editor and 
publisher; claims 530 circulation. 
MOISTEE Times; Saturdays: republican; 
eight pages; size 27x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1864 : S.W. Fowler, editor and publisher; 
claims about 800 circulation. 
MARO.CETTE, Lake Superior Milling 
Journal ; Saturdays ; neutral ; four pages : size 
24x86; subscription $3; established 1868 ; Geo. 
C. Dicks & Co., editors and publishers; de- 
voted to the mining and manufacturing inter- 
ests of Lake Superior; about 700 circulation. 
MARSHALL, Democratic Expounder ; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
26x40; subscription $2; established 1836; F. 
W. Sherman, editor; Christian Mann, pub- 
lisher. 
MARSHALL Statesman; Wednesdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 26x39; subscription 
$2; established 1839; F. II. Burgess, editor 
and publisher. 
MASON, Ingham County Wcws; Thursdays; 
republican": four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1859; Pratt & Kittridge, 
editors and publishers; circulation about 800. 
MASON, Baptist Tidings ; weekly; baptist; 
eight pages : size 28x40 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1868; I). B. Hirrington, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 89° circulation. 



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MASOJi, Western Odd Fellow; monthly; 
twenty pages octavo, in pamphlet form; sub- 
scription $1; established 1867 ; D. B. Harring- 
ton, editor and publisher. 

MEXOJIIiXEE Herald; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 21x36; subscription $2; 
established 1853; E. S. Ingalls and A. R. Brad- 
bury, editors; A. R. Bradbury, publisher ; cir- 
culation 500. 

MIDEAAD CITY, Midland Independent; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1807 ; Win. H. H. 
Bartram, editor and publisher. 

MOAROE Commercial ; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1840; M. D. Hamilton, editor and 
publisher. 

MOA'ROE, Family Friend ; monthly ; four 
pages ; size 14x22 ; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
lished 1807; ffm, J. Van Namee, editor and 
publisher. 

MOAKOE Monitor ; (wo reprot.) 

MOBESCI Courier ; (no report.) 

MOCAT CLEJIESS Monitor; Fridays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1863; W. T. & C. H. Lee, edit- 
ors and publishers ; claims 400 circulation. 

MOCAT CLEMEAS, Conservative Press; 
(no report.) 

MOFAT PEEASAAT, Isabella County En- 
terprise ; Thursdays ; neutral ; four pages ; 
size 22x32; subscription $2; established 1864; 
McLaren & Welper, editors and publishers; 
claims 500 circulation. 

MUSKEGOA* Aews ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 27x41; subscription 82; estab- 
lished 1858; Ferdinand -Weller, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

MtTSKEGOA, Ealte Shore Keporter ; Wed- 
nesdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; 
subscription $1 50; established 1802 ; Ferdinand 
Weller, editor and publisher. 

MUSKEGOA Telegraph ; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 82 ; 
established 1868; A. S. White, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

AEGAITAEE, Superior I>emocrat ; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; subscription 
$2 ; established 1868. 

WEWAYGO Republican; Fridays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1856; E. L. Gray, editor; J. A. Ban- 
ister, local editor and publisher; claims 700 
circulation. 

AIEES Democrat ; democratic ; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription $2; established 1839; 
A. J. Shakespear, editor and publisher; claims 
850 circulation. 

1VIEES Republican ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1866; L. A. Duncan, editor and publish- 
er; claims 1,000 circulation. 

WORTH EAASIAG, Echo; Saturdays; neu- 
tral; four pages; size 18x22; subscription 
$1; established 1808; Willis F. Cornell, editor 
and publisher. 

OATOAAGOA, Lake Superior Miner ; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription §2 50 ; 
established 1855 ; Thomas J. Lasier, editor and 
publisher; devoted to mining and other in- 
terests ; claims 000 circulation. 

OTSEGO Herald ; Saturdays ; neutral ; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $1 50 ; establish- 
ed 1805; Morgan & Hartt, editors and publish- 
ers ; claims 050 circulation. 

OVII> Register ; Thursdays ; independent ; four 
pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription $1 50 ; estab- 
lished 1806; A. B. Wood, Jr., editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 554 circulation. 

©WOSSO Press ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 24x37 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1868; J. H. Champion & Co., editors and 
publishers. 

PARMA Aews ; Saturdays; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $2; established 1868; Wm. 
G. Reed, editor and publisher. 

PAW PAW, True Northerner ; Fridays ; re- 
publican ; eight pages ; size 30x44 ; subscription 
$2; established 1856; Thomas O. Ward, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,800 circulation. 



MICHIGAN. 



PAAV PAW, Van Ruren County Press ; Mon- 
days ; democratic ; eight pages ; size 24x30 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1844; I. W. Van Fos- 
sen, editor and publisher; claims 500 circula- 
tion. 

PENTWATER, Oceana County Democrat ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $2; established 1808; Eber 
Rice, editor and publisher. 

PEAT TAVATER, Oceana Times ; Fridays ; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1861 ; F. W. Ratzel, editor and 
publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

POATIAC Gazette; Fridays; republican; four 
pages ; size 25x39 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1844 ; H. L. Rann and C. B. Turner, editors and . 
publishers. 

POATIAC Jacksonian; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 27x39 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1836 ; D. H. Solis, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 

POATIAC Bill Poster ; monthly; four pages; 
size 18x26 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 
1868; Wm. P. Xisbett, editor and publisher. 

PORT AISTIA, Huron County Aews ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 20x32 ; 
subscription $1 50 ; established 1861; Richard 
Winson, editor; Albert Quinn, publisher; 
claims 500 circulation. 

PORT HCROA Commercial; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1849; N. C. Kendall, editor 
and publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

PORT Hl'ROA Press ; Wednesdays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2 ; 
established 1S58; Burnett & Howe, editors and 
publishers; claims 650 circulation. 

PORTLAAD Advertiser ; Tuesdays ; neutral ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1867; Joseph AW Bailey, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

UFIACY, Branch Co. Times ; (no report.) 

ROAIEO Observer; (no report.)' 

SAGI AAAA r Republican ; Thursdays ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 27x38 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1858; C. V. DeLand, editor; F. A. Pal- 
mer & Co., publishers; claims 600 circulation. 

ST. CLAIK Republican ; Tuesdays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; 
established 1857; H. P. Wands, editor; Wands 
& Ross, publishers. 

ST. JOHAS, Clinton Independent ; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 22x30; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1866; Stephenson & 
Corbit, editors and publishers. 

ST. JOHAS, Clinton Republican ; Fridays ; 
four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1854; Robert Smith & Co., editors and 
publishers ; claims 950 circulation. 

ST. JOSEPH Herald ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 21x36 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1866; Horace W. Guernsey, editor and 
publisher; claims 850 circulation*. 

ST. JOSEPH Traveler; Saturdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription §2 ; 
established 1859 ; A. L. Aldrich, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 900 circulation. 

SAFGATI'CK, Allegan Co. Commercial; 
(no report.) 

ST. EOCIS Gazette; Fridays; independent; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1869; Wm. H. H. Bartram, editor and 
publisher. 

SOUTH HAVEA Sentinel ; Saturdays ; neu- 
tral ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1867; Samuel D. Tobey, editor and 
publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

STAATOA, Montcalm Herald; Saturdays; 
four pages; size 23x35; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1867 ; E. R. Powell, editor and publisher. 

STAATOA, Montcalm Co. Republican ; (no 
report.) 

STCRGIS Journal ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x38 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1861; J. G. Wait, editor and publisher; 
claims 700 circulation. 

STURGIS, St. Joseph Co. Democrat ; Wed- 
nesdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x33 ; 
subscription $2; established 1869; Ed. B. 
Dewey, editor and publisher. 



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TAWASCITY, Iosco County Gazette ) Thurs- 

days; republican; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1868; Gazette Printing 
to., editors and publishers; claims 160 circula- 
tion. 

TECUMSEH Herald; Thursdays; neutral; 
four pages; size 20x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1849; C. m. Burungame, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 900 circulation. 

TECl'.VlSEU, Raisin Valley Record; (no re- 
port.) 

THKKK RIVERS Reporter; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established I860; VV. H.Clute .V: Co., editors 
and publishers: claims 1,272 circulation. 

TRAVERSE CITV, Traverse Ray Eagle; 
(see Elk Rapids, Traverse Bay Eagle.) 

TRAVERSE CITY, Grand Traverse Herald; 
Fridays; republican; four pages; size 27x42; 
subscription ^2; established 1858; D. C. 
Leach, editor and publisher; claims 500 cir- 
culation. 

TR EATON Advertiser; (no report.) 

VASSAlt, Tuseola County Pioneer; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription $2: established 1857; Win. Lake, Jr., 
editor and publisher; claims about 800 circu- 
lation. 

WHITE PIGEON Democratic Union; (no 
report .) 

WHITE PIGEON Express ; (no report.) 

YPSILANTI Commercial; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $150; 
established 1864; C. K. Pattison, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 650 circulation. 

YPSILANTI, Michigan Teacher ; monthly; 
thirty-two pages octavo, pamphlet form; sub- 
scription $1 50: established 1S05; Wm. II. 
Payne, editor; O. L. Whitney and John Good- 
ison, associate editors; Payne, AVhitney & 
Goodison, publishers ; devoted to educational 
intelligence, .practical work of the school 
room and the philosophy of education, and 
claims 1,500 circulation. 

YPSILANTI Sentinel ; (no report.) 



MINNESOTA. 



MINNESOTA. 



ALBERT LEA, Freeborn Co. Standard; 

Thursdays; republican; four pages; size 
24x35; subscription §2; established 18150; Dan- 
iel G. Parker, editor and publisher; claims 
480 circulation. 

ALEXANDRIA Post ; Wednesdays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; 
established 1868; Wm. E. Hicks, editor; Bene- 
dict & Hicks, publishers; claims 550 circula- 
tion. 

ANOKA, Anoka Co. Press; Mondays ; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 30x40; subscription 
$2; established I860; J. M. Thompson and P. 
B. Walker, editors and publishers ; claims 500 
circulation. 

A A OKA Union ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; established 
1*65; Henry A. Castle, editor; Granville S. 
Pease, publisher; claims 350 circulation. 

ACSTIN Democrat; Wednesdays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages; size 25x38; Wood & Lacy, 
editors and publishers. 

AUSTIN, Mower Co. Register ; Thursdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 20x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1863; Charles H. David- 
son, editor and publisher. 

ACSTIN, Mower Co. Transcript; Thurs- 
days; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1868; Colwell Bros., editors and 
publishers. ( 

RLUE EARTH CITY, Minnesota South 
West; Saturdays; republican; four pages; 
size 21x36; subscription $2; established 1854; 
Can- Huntington, editor and publisher. 

BROWNSVILLE Free Press; Fridays; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$2; established 1866; Charles Brown, editor and 
publisher. 

CALEDONIA, Houston Co. Journal ; Tues- 
days; four pages; size 23x35; subscription $2; 
established 1865; Wall Bros., editors and pub- 
lishers. 



CHASKA, Valley Herald; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; tour pages; size 24x86; subscription 

$150; established L862; V. E. Du Toit, editor 
and publisher; claims 400 circulation. 
< It \ Tl Ii:c«» Democrat; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 2lx.'!6; subscription $2; 
established L857;J. s. McKenny& Co., editors 
and publishers. 
FAIIOIOCNT, Martin Co. Atlas; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1868; Launsberry & Pal- 
mer, editors and publishers. 
FAHIHAULT, Central Republican; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 26x39; 
subscription $2; established 1886; A. W. Mc- 
Kinstry, editor and publisher; claims 600 cir- 
culation. 
FARMIN«TON Tclegrayh; Thursdays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; "size. 22x32; subscription 
$2; established 1868; Frank J. Mead, editor 
and publisher. 
FOREST CITY, Meeker Co. News ; Wed- 
nesdays; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2; established i868; F. Belfoy, editor and 
publisher. 
GARDEN CITY Herald ; (no report.) 
HASTINGS, Dakota Co. Union ; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x37; sub- 
scription $2; established 1866; Fralick & 
Scamman, editors and publishers. 
HASTINGS Gazette ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 26x39; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1858; Todd & Stebbins, editors and 
publishers. 
KASSON, Dodge Co. Republican; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription §2; established 1867; U. B. Shaver, 
editor and publisher; claims 576 circulation. 
LAKE CITY Leader; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 25x37; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1865; Perkins & McMastcr, editors and 
publishers. 
LANESRORO Herald ; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 25x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1868; J. L. Christie, editor and 
publisher; claims 400 circulation. 
LANSING, Mower Co. Transcript; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 21x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; A. J. Burbank, 
editor; Calwell Brothers, publishers. 
LE SUEUR Courier; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$2 ; established 1869 ; M. R. Prendergast, editor ; 
Prendergast & Valliner, publishers; claims 
600 circulation. 
M AN KATO Record ; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1859; John C. Wise, editor and publish- 
er ; claims 700 circulation. 
MANKATO Union ; Fridays; republican ; four 
pages; size 24x40; subscription $2; established 
1856; W. B. Griswold, editor and publisher; 
claims 800 circulation. 
MANTORVILLE Express; Fridays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 23x34 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1857; C. E. F. Bancroft, editor and 
publisher. 
MANTORVILLE, Minnesota Teacher; (no 

report.) 
MINNEAPOLIS Tribune ; every morning 
except Monday; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Thursdays; republican; daily and tri-weekly 
four pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily 
and tri-weekly 27x42, weekly 29x42; subscrip- 
tion — daily $10, tri-weekly $6, weekly $2; 
established 1867? Tribune Printing Co., editors 
and publishers ; claims daily 1,500, weekly 1,500 
circulation. 
MINNEAPOLIS, Nordisk Volksblad; Thurs- 
days; Norwegian; republican; lour pages; 
size 29x44; subscription $2; established 1868; 
S. Christensen, editor and proprietor. 
MINNEAPOLIS Farmers' Union; monthly; 
agricultural; eight pages; size 25x35; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1867 ; Col. John 
H. Stevens, editor; Walter A. Nimock, pub- 
lisher; claims 5,000 circulation. 
MONTICELLO, Northern Statesman; Sat- 
urdays; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 



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$2; established 1863; George Gray, editor and 
publisher. 
NEW ULM Post ; {no report.) 
MOBTHF1ELD Enterprise; Fridays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $'2 ; 
established 1806; L. H. Kelly, M. D., editor and 
publisher. 
OWATOSXA Journal ; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 20x40; subscription $2; 
established 18(53; Higbee, Spelman & Biek- 
ham, editors and publishers; claims COO circu- 
lation. 
PINE ISLAWD Palladium ; {no report.) 
l'WES(OTT Journal ; {no reoport.) 
PRESTOS Republican; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size '24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1861 ; W. A. Hotehkiss, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,300 circulation. 
BED WING, (ioodlme Co. Republican ; 
Fridays; republican ; four pages; size 26x40; 
subscription $2: established 18.">7: Davis & 
Snider, editors and publishers ; claims 600 cir- 
culation. 
BED UIXG, Svenska Minnesota Bladet ; 
Saturdays; Swedish; four pages; size 21x36; 
subscription $2; established i860; T. B. Frank- 
lin, editor and publisher. 
ROCHESTER, Federal Pnioii ; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 27x11; subscrip- 
tion $2; established I860;. H. S. Knapp, editor 
and publisher; claims 060 circulation. 
ROCHESTER Post; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 28x41: subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1858; Leonard & Booth, editors and 
publishers; claims 1,500 circulation. 
ST. CHARLES Herald; Fridays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 23x35 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1867; C. II. Slocum, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation 750. 
ST. CLOUD Journal ; Thursdays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x42 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1858; W. B. Mitchell, editor and 
publisher. 
ST. CLOUD Times; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1839; A. J. Reed, editor and publisher. 
ST. PAUL Dispatch ; every evening except 
Sunday; Seini-wcekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days, and Weekly, Thursdays; republican; 
daily and semi-weekly loan pages, weekly 
eight pages; size— daily and semi-weekly 
21x36, weekly 36x48; subscription— daily $8, 
semi-weekly $2, weekly §1 50; established 18(58. 
ST. PAUL, 'Minnesota Volkshlatt; every 
morning except Monday; Weekly and Sun- 
day; democratic; four pages; size — daily 
22x33, weekly 27x42; subscription — daily $9, 
weekly $2 50, Sunday $2; established 18151 ; 
Charles H. Lienan, editor; Lienan & Line, 
publishers. 
ST. PAUL Pioneer ; every morning except 
Monday; Tri- Weekly, Wednesdays, Fri- 
days and Sundays, ami Weekly, Fridays; 
democratic; daily and tri-weekly four pages, 
■weekly eight pages ; size — daily and semi- 
weekly 27x43, weekly 35x45; subscription — 
daily $10, tri-weekly $6, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 1840; Pioneer Printing Co*, editors and 
publishers. 
ST. PAUL Press ; every morning and evening 
except Sunday evening and Monday morning ; 
Tri- Weekly, "Wednesdays, Fridays and Sun- 
days, and Weekly, Thursdays; republican; 
daily and tri-weekly four pages, weekly eight 
pages; size — daily and tri-weekly 28x44, week- 
ly 34x47; subscription— daily $10, tri-weekly 
$6, weekly $2 ; J. A. Wheelock, editor-in-chief; 
Frederick Driscoll, publisher. 
ST. PAUL, Minnesota Staats Zeitung ; tri- 
weekly ; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,' 
and Weekly ; republican ; tri-weekly four 
pases, weekly eight pages; size— tri-weekly 
23x32, weekly 32x40 ; subscription— tri-weekly 
$0, weekly $2 50; established 1858; Albert 
Wolff, editor; Wolff & Sander, publishers. 
ST. PAUL, Northwestern Chronicle ; Sat- 
urdays ; catholic ; democratic ; eight pages ; 
size 32x42; subscription $2 50; established 
1860; Devereux & Tello, editors and proprie- 
tors ; claims 3,000 circulation. 



ST. PAUL, Minnesota Monthly ; thirty-four 
pages octavo; subscription $2; established 
1860 ; D. A. Robertson, editor and publisher ; de- 
voted to agriculture, domestic economy and 
social improvement. 

ST. PAUL Wanderer; {no report.) 

ST. PETER Advertiser; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$2 ; established 1865 ; T. M. Perry, editor and 
proprietor. 

ST. PETER Tribune ; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; subscription $2 ; established 
1860; M. Williams, editor and proprietor; 
claims 500 circulation. 

SAUK CENTRE Herald; Thursdays; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 23x31 ; subscription 
$2; established 1867; J. II. & S. Simonton, ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 500 circulation. 

SAUK RAPIDS Sentinel; Fridays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 23x34; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1868; Geo. W. Benedict, 
editor and publisher. 

SHAKOPEE Argus ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1861; Henry Binds, editor and publish- 
er; claims 500 circulation. 

STILLWATER Republican ; Tuesdays: Re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 18S8; William S. Whitmore, 
editor and publisher. 

TAYLORS FALLS Reporter; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1859; Charles W. Folsom, 
editor and proprietor; claims 5(io circulation. 

WABASHA W Herald; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 27x42 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1857; Frank Daggett, editor and 
proprietor. 

WASECA News ; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1862 : James E. Child, editor and pro- 
prietor ; circulation 480. 

WINONA Republican; every evening ex- 
cept Sundays, and Weekly, Wednesdays; 
republican;' four pages; size — daily 24x3(5, 
weekly 20x42 ; subscription— daily $9, weekly 
$2; established— daily 1850, weekly 1855; D. 
Senclair & Co., editors and proprietors. 

WINONA Volkveuuea ; {no report.) 

WINNEBAGO CITY, Free Homestead; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $1 50 ; established 1863 ; E^ 
A. Hotehkiss, editor and proprietor; claims 
480 circulation. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



ABERDEEN Examiner; tri-weekly; Mon- 
days, Wednesdays and Fridays; Weekly, 
Thursdays; democratic; tri-weekly four 
pages, weekly six pages; size— tri-weekly 
24x34, weekly' size of page 18x24; subscrip- 
tion— tri-weekly $8, weekly $3; established 
1800 ; S. A. Jone's, editor and proprietor. 

BRANDON Republican; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$3; established 1S50; A. J, Fran tz, editor and 
proprietor; claims 2,180 circulation. 

BROOKHAVEN, Southern Journal ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 27x38 ; sub- 
scription $4; established 1842; T. T. Pitts, ed- 
itor; A. L. Rowe, publisher. 

CANTON, American Citizen; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1840; John P. Bosworth, 
editor and proprietor. 

CANTON Mail; Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1865; S. Garrett & Co., editors and pro- 
prietors. 

CANTON, Southern Horticulturist; month- 
ly : thirty-two pages octavo ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1S69; H. A. Swasey, editor and 
publisher. 

CARROLLTON, Mississippi Conservative; 
Saturdays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x30; established 1863; W. L. and S. H. Oney, 
editors and proprietors ; circulation 965. 

CHARLESTON Tallahatchian; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscrip- 



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Hon $3; established 1828; P. W. Merrln, editor 
and proprietor. 

Coeambcs Index; tri-weekly; Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, ami Weekly, l-'ri- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription — tri-weekly $8, weekly (3; estab- 
lished L880; Battle Port, editor; Fori, Baker & 
Stevens, publishers. 

Coeimbcs (Southern Sentinel; semi- 
weekly; Tuesdays and Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $0; es- 
tablished is:;.". ; L. A. Middleton & Co., editors 
and proprietors; claims 2,013 circulation. 

COEIMBIS, Excelsior; monthly; neutral; 
four pages; size 17x22; subscription 50 cents. 

COK1XTH Slews; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 28x12; subsev'otion $;!; estab- 
lished 1866; .1. L. Wofford & Co., proprietors; 
claims sun circulation. 

CORINTH, Model Fanner; semi-monthly; 
agricultural'; sixteen pages; size 22x28; sub- 
scription £2: established 1808; Thomas J. Key, 
editor: Key & Barr, publishers; claims 800 
circulation. 

CKYSTAL SPRINGS, Southern Argus and 
Crisis; Saturdays; democratic; four pages; 
size 22x32; subscription $3 ; established 1802; 
Edwin E. Overall, editor and publisher; 
claims 2,000 circulation. 

E\'TKRPRISK Star; {no report.) 

FAYETTE Chronicle; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic: four pages; size 24x34; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1853 ; W. A. Marchalk, editor and pro- 
prietor. 

FOREST Register; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 22x31 ; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1867; .lames A. Glanville, editor; James 
P. Dement & Co., publishers. 

FRIARS POLM Signal; Saturdays: repub- 
lican; four pages; size 22x29; subscription 
$2 50; established 1368; James H. King, editor 
and publisher; claims 000 circulation. 

FRIARS POIAT Coahoinian ; (no report.) 

GOODMAN Central Star, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x31; subscription 
$3; established 1805; W. II. Magruder & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers. 

GREENSBORO Democrat; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 14x20; subscription 
$2; established 1858; John N. Bowen, editor 
and proprietor. 

GREEiWILLE, Washington Co. Times; 
(no report.) 

GRENADA Sentinel ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
tour pages; size 23x33; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1855; J. Augustine Signaigo, editor and 
proprietor. 

HANSBORO Democrat; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ;,four pages; size 34x30; subscription $3; 
established 1802; P. K. Myers, editor and pro- 
prietor. 

ITAZEIilirRST Copiakan ; (no report ) 

HERNANDO Press; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 22x32 ; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1846; W. S. siade, editor and proprietor; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 

HOLEY SPRINGS Reporter ; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic; six pages; size of page 16x23; sub- 
scription S3; established 1865 ; Columbus Bar- 
rett, editor and proprietor; claims 600 circu- 
lation. 

HOEMESVIEEE Independent; Saturdays; 
independent; four pages; size 22x33; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1853; II. S. Boimev, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,200 circu- 
lation. 

HOl'STON Record ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages : size 24x34; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866; J. E. Whitley & Co., editors and 
proprietors. 

IV K A Gazette; Thursdays; democratic; four 
pag< 
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JACKSON Clarion; tri-weekly 
Wednesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size— 
tri-weekly 22x32, weekly 28x42 : subscription— 
tri-weekly ST. weekly £;; ; established— tri- 
weekly 1863, weekly 1817; Power & Barksdale, 
editors and proprietors. 



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i »»;v «u»k; tuuTBuays; democratic; iour 
pages; size 22x32; subscription S2 50; estab- 
lished 1867; E. P. Odom, editor and proprietor. 
4.CKSON Clarion; tri-weel'ly; Mondays, 



JACKSON, Mississippi Pilot; Thursdays; 
republican: four pages; size 22x32: subscrip- 
tion S2; established 1808; Edward Stafford, 
editor and proprietor. 

JACKSON Christian Watchman ; (no report.) 

KOSCIUSKO Chronicle; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x38; subscription 
$3; established 1840; S. K. Wilson, editor and 
proprietor; claims ooo circulation. 

EAUDERDAeE SPRINGS, Orphans' Home 
Banner; semi-monthly; tour pages; size 
22x32; subscription $2; established 1869; S. S. 
Granberry, Superintendent; Orphans' Home 

Of Mississippi, editor and publisher. 
EEXINGTON Advertiser; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size; 24x36; subscription 

$3; established 1840; J. D. Houston, editor; H. 
M. Shelton, publisher. 

EIBERTY Advocate; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $3; 
established 1835 ; Augustus M. Porsythe, editor 
and proprietor. 

EOl'ISVIELE, Mississippi Bulletin; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; sizc22x:'.2; sub- 
scription $2; established 1800; J. B. Quinn, ed- 
itor and proprietor; claims 800 circulation. 

MACON Beacon; Saturdays; democratic ; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $3; established 
1850; P. T. Ferris & Co., editors and proprie- 
tors ; Claims 500 circulation. 

M'NCT, Valley Sentinel; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x30; subscription 
$4; established 1806; J. A. Williams & Co., ed- 
itors and proprietors. 

MERIDIAN Gazette; every evening except 
Sundays, and 'Weekly, Tuesdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size— 23x32, weekly 21x36; es- 
tablished 1807; W. G. Grace & Co., editors and 
proprietors. 

MERIDIAN Mercury ; tri-weekly; Tuesdays', 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Sat- 
urdays ; "democratic ; four pages; size 16x26; 
subscription — tri-weekly $6, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1807; A. G. Horn & Co., editors and 
proprietors. 

MERIDIAN Chronicle ; Saturdays ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1807; Joshua R. Smith, editor and 
proprietor; claims 800 circulate n. 

MERIDIAN Mississippi Flair ; (no report.) 

NATCHEZ Courier; tri-weekly; Holidays, 
Wednesdays and Saturday, and "Weekly, 
Saturdays; democratic; four pages; size 20x27; 
established 1864; Ferryman & Co., editors and 
proprietors. 

NATCHEZ Democrat ; tri-weekly ; Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Mon- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 20x27; sub- 
scription — tri-weekly $9, weekly $5; estab- 
lished 1864; Paul A. Botto, editor; Botto & 
Lambert, proprietors. 

OKALONA News; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished 1866; G. D. Winston, editor; W. H. Shu- 
bert, publisher ; claims 1,500 circulation. 

OXFORD Falcon; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 23x32; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1865; S. M. Thompson, editor and 
proprietor. 

PANOEA Star ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 23x33; subscription S3; established 
1850; Hogshead & Walsh, editors and proprie- 
tors; claims 800 circulation. 

PONTOTOC, Our Own Newspaper; Wed- 
nesdays; four pages; size 22x28; subscription 
$1 50; established 1866; Rev. St. Clair Law- 
rence, editor; James M. Lawrence, publisher; 
claims 600 circulation. 

PORT GIBSON Standard; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x33; subscript ion 
$4; established 1805; F. Murschalk, editor and 
proprietor. 

RAYMOND, Hinds Co. Gazette; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $3 ; established 184-1; George M. Harper, 
editor and proprietor. 

RIl'LEY Advertiser; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic ; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $3; 
established IS15; J. F. and R. F. Ford, editors 
and proprietors. 



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SAUDIS, Our Country ; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$3; established 1808; Ballard & Sullivan, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

SCOOBA Spectator; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; J. McCaughey, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SHIELDSBOKO, Bay St. Louis Gazette ; 
Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
21x29; subscription §3; established 1867; Frank 
Heiderhotf, editor and proprietor. 

STARKVILLE Era ; (no report.) 

Sl'MMlT Times; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x34; subscription $2 50 ; es- 
tablished 1867 ; F. T. Cooper, editor and pro- 
prietor. 

TUPELO, North Mississippian ; Tuesdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1866; R. J. Smith & Co., 
editors and proprietors ; claims 64U circulation. 

TUPELO, .J >iil son Baptist ; Fridays; baptist; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 50 ; es- 
tablished 1868; John S. Corothers and A. L. 
Stovall, editors ; R. J. Smith & Co., publishers ; 
claims 475 circulation. 

VICKSBl'RG Herald ; every morning except 
Mondays, and Weekly, Saturdays; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size — daily 24x34, weekly 28x42 ; 
subscription— daily §10, weekly $5; establish- 
ed 18S4; W. A. Spe'ars, editor; Jas. M. Swords, 
publisher; claims daily 1,700 circulation. 

YICKSBURG Times ; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and Weekly ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription — daily $10, 
weekly $2; established 1866; W. H. McCardle, 
editor; N. Shannon, proprietor; claims the 
largest circulation in the State. 

VICKSBURG Republican ; triweekly; Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Sundays ; republican ; four pages ; size — daily 
23x33, "weekly 24x34; subscription— tri-weekly 
$4, weekly $2 ; established 1867; A. C. Fisk, ed- 
itor and proprietor; claims 3,000 circulation. 

WATER VALLEY, Southern Eagle; Satur- 
days'; democratic; four pages; size 21x33; sub- 
scription $3; established 1868; W. B. Yowell, 
editor and proprietor ; claims 5,000 circulation. 

WEST POIXT Enquirer ; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$T5; L. F. Bradshaw, editor and proprietor. 

WEST POINT Herald; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; aizcj 22x32; subscription 
$3; established 1868; Addison Estes, editor 
and proprietor. 

WINONA Democrat ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 22x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; Booth & Son, editors and proprie- 
tors. 
WOODVILLE Republican; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
|S ; established 1826; J. S. McXeely, editor and 
proprietor. 
TAZOO Banner ; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription $4 ; established 
1856; John C. Prewett, editor and proprietor. 
YAZOO, Mississippi Democrat ; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x31 ; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1868; P. F. McGinly, edit- 
or and proprietor. 



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ALBANY, Grand River 3Vews ; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1863 ; Doming & Comstock, 
editors and proprietors. 

Albany Ledger; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1868; C. H. S. Goodman, editor and 
proprietor. 

ALEXANDRIA Blade ; (no report.) 

BETHANY, Harrison Co. Press ; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages : size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1808; Paul Conner, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 400 circulation. 

BETHANY, North Missouri Tribune; 
Timrsdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1865 ; T. D. Neal, 
editor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 



BLOOMFIELD Argus ; Fridays ; tour pages ; 
size 21x28; subscription $2; established 1866; 
J. L. Hamilton, editor; W.M. Hamilton & Co., 
publishers. 
BOLIVAR Dispatch; Thursdays : democrat ic ; 
four pages; size 20x26; established 1808; J. Ma- 
lov, editor and proprietor ; circulation 700. 
BOLIVAR Free Press; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $1 ; 
James Dumars, editor and proprietor. 
BOONEVILLE Eagle; Saturdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 26x42 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1864; Milo Blair, editor and pro- 
prietor; claims 900 circulation. 
BOONEVILLE Advertiser ; (no report.) 
BROOKFIELD Gazette; Wednesdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 21x36; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; W. D. Crandall, Jr., & Henry Ward, 
editors and proprietors ; claims 400 circulation. 
BRUNSWICK, Brunswicker ; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1848; Xailor & Balthis, ed- 
itors and proprietors. 
BUTLER, Bates Co. Record ; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x34; subscription 
$2; established 1860; O.D.Austin, editor and 
publisher. 
CALIFORNIA, Central Missourian ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1805; J. II. & J. 
G. Anderson, editors and proprietors. 
CALIFORNIA, Loyal Journal ; Thursdays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscrip- 
tion §2; established 1865; Houck & Durbin, 
editors and publishers ; claims 580 circulation. 
CALIFORNIA Pickwickian ; monthly ; four 
pages; size 15x22; subscription 50 cents; W. 
D. C. Houck, editor and proprietor; claims 000 
circulation. 
CANTON Press ; Thursdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 21x36; subscription $2; J. W.Bar- 
rett, editor and proprietor; claims 750 circu- 
lation. 
CAPE GIRARDEAU Argus; Thursdays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1863; W. H. Hamilton, editor 
and proprietor; claims 1,160 circulation. 
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Missouri Democracy; 
Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1808; Gruelle & 
Goiiu,', editors and publishers. 
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Marble City News ; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; .six-' 
28x42; subscription $2; established 1865; A. M. 
Casebolt & Son, editors and publishers. 
CARROLLTON, Carroll Journal; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x36; estab- 
lished 1805; D. R. Brand, editor; Overton J. 
Kirbv, proprietor. 
CARROLLTON, Wakenda Record ; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; J. H. Turner, 
editor; W. W. Clark, publisher; claims 600 cir- 
culation. 
CARTHAGE Banner; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 20x38 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1860; T.M.Garland & H. C. Hen- 
ney, editors and publishers. 
CARTHAGE Record ; (no report.) 
CASSVILLE, Barry Co. Banner ; Saturdays; 
four pages; size 21x28; subscription $1 25; "es- 
tablished 1869; Drake & McElhany, editors 
and publishers. 
CENTRALIA, Home Circle and Literary 
Gem ; monthly ; four pages ; size 16x22 ; sub- 
scription 50 cents; established 1807; Adam 
Rodemyre, editor and publisher. 
CHARLESTON Courier; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 : subscription 
$2; established 1807; James L. Hamilton, edit- 
or; W. M. Hamilton & Co., publishers. 
CHILLICOTIIE Constitution; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1800; T. B. Reynolds & 
Co., editors and proprietors; claims 2,000 cir- 
culation. 
CHILLICOTIIE Christian Pioneer; Fri- 
days; baptist; sixteen pages octavo; sub- 
scription $2; established 1860; W.C.Rogers 
& J. M. Long, editors ; D. T. Wright, publisher. 



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CHIJLEICOTHE Spectator; Thursdays; re- 
publican: four pages; Bize 28x42; subscription 
82; established 1866; Glossop, Wdrtbington & 
< !< >.. editors and proprietors ; claims 600 circu- 
la1 ion. 

CLAXESmiE Sentinel; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic; tour pages; Bize 24x37; subscription 
$2; established IS67; Pepper & Jamison, edit- 
ors; A. W". Johnson, publisher; claims 950 cir- 
culation. 

CI-INTON Advocate ; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages : size 24x37 : subscript Lon $2 : estab- 
lished 1865; ii. Lawrence, editor and publisher; 
claims 600 circulation. 

CHXTOA' Independent; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic: four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
82: established 1867; K. F. Stevenson, editor 
and publisher. 

(I.I\TO.\ Joiirnnl ; (no report.) 
COl.UltUA, Missouri Statesman; Fridays; 

democratic: four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion 8-': established 1843; ffm, P. Switzler, ed- 
itor ami publisher; claims 2,500 circulation. 

BANVIJLEE Star | Thursdays; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription 82; established 18(57; 
D. M. & E.F. Draper, editors and publishers. 

1>K\T C. II., Salem Monitor ; (no report.) 

DASOTA Horticulturist and Farmer ; (no 
report.) 

EI>I.\'A, Missouri Watchman; Saturdays; 
democratic ; eight pages; size 28x12; subscrip- 
tion $2 SO; established 1800; Rev. D. S. Phelan 
ami Alfred Coonv, editors and publishers. 

FARMINGTON Herald ; Thursdays : demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x28; subscriptiou 
$1 50; established 1868; V. C. Rueker, editor; 
J. J. Brady, Jr., publisher. 

FAYETTE Banner; Saturdays ; democratic; 
eight pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1868; J. II. Robertson, editor and 
publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

FAYETTE, Howard Co. Advertiser; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 28x42 : sub- 
scription $2: established 1850; Houck & Clark, 
editors and publishers; claims 800 circulation. 

FOREST CITY Expose ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscription 
$2; S. M. C. Reynolds, editor and publisher. 

FHEDERICKTOHW Bee; Fridays; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
|2; established 1868; Charles E. Barrol, editor 
and publisher. 

FREDERICHTOn^f Conservative ; Fri- 
days; democratic: four pages; size 23x33; 
subscription $2; established 1866; S. D. Ca- 
ruthers, editor and publisher; claims 600 cir- 
culation. 

FILTON, Missouri Telegraph; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1839; John B. Williams & 
Son, editors and publishers; claims 1,000 cir- 
culation . 

G.VELATIN North Missourian; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion §1 50; established 1864; David L. Kost, 
editor; J. T. Day & Co., publishers; claims 576 
circulation. 

GALLATIN Haviess Co. Torchlight; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription 8150; established 1866; Thomas H. 
Frame & Bro., editors and publishers ; claims 
600 circulation. 

GLASGOW Times ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription |2; established 
1865; Chas. Maynard, editor and publisher. 

GRANBY', South- West Independent; Wed- 
nesdays; fourpages; size 22x32; subscription 
81 25; established 1S68; Wm. II. II. Judson, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

GRANT CITY, Enterprise; Thursdays; re- 
publican : tour pages: size 23x32; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Collins & Gibson, editors 
and publishers. 

HANNIBAL, North Missouri Courier; 
every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, 
Thursdays: republican; four pages; size 
28x42; subscription— daily 812, weekly $1 50; 
established— daily 1S03, weekly ls:is; Winched, 
Ebert, .Marsh & Co., editors and publishers; 
claims daily 400, weekly 1,000 circulation. 



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HANNIBAL, West and South; (no report.) 
II vicitisowii.i.i: Democrat; Wednesdays; 

democratic; tour pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion 82: established 1865; S. T. Harris, editor 
and publisher. 

IIEI(i\AXX Yolksldatt ; (no report.) 

HILLSBORO, Jefferson <o. Leader; Fri- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription 82; established 1866; Chas. D. Reppy, 
editor and publisher; claims 500 eirculat Ion. 

m  X SBORO. Jefferson Democrat ; Fridays : 
democratic; fourpages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1869; Frank N. Stone, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

HOUSTON, Texas Co. Record; Saturdays; 
independent ; tour pages; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1868; I5.C. Lowell, ed- 
itor; Houston Publishing Co., publishers. 

IIIIi\TSVILLE, Randolph Citizen; (no re- 
port.) 

INDEPENDENCE Messenger; Saturdays; 
republican ; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1840; Albert Gore, editor 
and publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

INDEPENDENCE Sentinel ; Saturdays : 
democratic ; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1866; John F. Pollard, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 720 circulation. 

INDEPENDENCE News ; (no report.) 

IRONTON, Southeast Missouri Enter- 
prise ; Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; 
size 25x38; subscription $1 50; established 
1866; G. A. & J. L. Moser, editors and pub- 
lishers: claims !)60 circulation. 

IROKTOaf Register ; (no report.) 

JEFFERSO.il CITY, Missouri State Times; 
Fridays; republican; fourpages; size 28x42; 
subscription $2; established 1862; Ellwood 
Kirby, editor; Kemp G. Cooper, publisher; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 

JEFFERSON CITY, Peoples Tribune ; 
Wednesdays ; four pages; size 25x38; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1865; Regan & Julian, 
editors and publishers. 

JEFFERSON CITY Fortschritt ; (no report.) 

KANSAS CITY, Bulletin; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and 'Weekly, Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 28x13 ; subscription — 
daily $10, weekly 82; established 1868; House- 
holder, Ives & Co., editors and publishers. 

KANSAS CITY, Commercial Advertiser; 
every morning except Monday, and Weekly, 
Fridays ; democratic ; fourpages; size 28x42; 
subscription— daily $10, weekly $2; establish- 
ed 1864; C. J. Corwin and J. E. Payn, editors 
and publishers ; claims daily 3,000, weekly 5,000 
circulation. 

KANSAS CITY, Journal of Commerce ; ev- 
ery morning except Monday ; Tri-Weekly, 
Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, and 
Weekly, Saturdays; republican; four pages; 
size 28x42; subscription — daily $10, tri-weekly 
$4, weekly $150; established 1854; Foster, 
Wilder & Co., editors and publishers. 

KANSAS CITY Post ; every morning except 
Sundays, and Weekly; German; republican; 
daily "four pages; weekly six pages; size of 
page 18x24 ; subscription— daily $10, weekly 82 ; 
established 1838; Chas. Weissman, editor and 
proprietor. 

KANSAS CITY Times ; every- morning except 
Sunday, and "Weekly; democratic; four 
pages; size 28x42; subscription — daily $10, 
weekly $2 ; established 1868 ; Williams, Drury 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

KINGSTOWN, Caldwell Co. Sentinel ; Fri- 
days; republican; fourpages; size 24x34; sub- 
scription $150; established 1*67; A. B Mills, 
editor and publisher; claims 550 circula- 
tion. 

KINGSVIEEE, Missouri Star ; (no report.) 

KIRHSVIELE Journal ; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$150; established 1865; Wm. M. Gill, editor; 
Gill & Picker, publishers; claims 300 circula- 
tion . 

K1RKSVILLE, Adair Cn. Herald; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x37; sub- 
scription $150; established 1868; J. E. Ellis, 
editor and publisher. 



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LA GRANGE, Democrat ; Fridays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 20x30 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1867 ; E. M. Baxter, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

LA (iBAIVGE, National American; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages : size •24x3-:; ; sub- 
scription $1; established 1*50; Charlton H. 
Howe, editor and publisher. 

LAJIAR, South West Missouriau ; Satur- 
days : republican : four pages ; size 23x33 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1867; Peterson & 
Spring, editors and publishers. 

LANCASTER Excelsior; Saturdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 32x32 ; established 1866 ; 
Gentler & Young, editors and publishers; 
claims 700 circulation. 

LEBANON Chronicle ; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages: size 22x32; subscription 
$1 50; established 1858; A. P. Lewis, editor and 
proprietor; claims 800 circulation. 

LEXINGTON, Caucasian; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 28x4-2: subscription 
$2 50; established 1866: J. M. Julian, editor : 
Julian, Allen & Co., publishers; claims 1,200 
circulation.  

LEXINGTON, Missouri Register; Thurs- 
days; four pages; size 20x10; subscription 
$2 50; established 1865; Davis & Earl, editors 
and publishers. 

LIBERTY liiion ; Thursdays; republican: 
four pages; size 24x37; established 1867; W. H. 
H. Lall5 r ards, editor and proprietor; claims 
700 circulation. 

LINN, Cnterrified Democrat; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1866; L. Zevely, editor; 
Linn Printing Union, publishers. 

LINNECS Missouriau ; Fridays; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription $150; established 
1865; G. S. Nicholas, editor and publisher. 

LOUISIANA Journal; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
82: established 1854; Reid & Lamkin, editors 
and publishers. • 

LOUISIANA Republican; Thursdays; re- 
publican : four pages ; size 25x36 : subscription 
$2; established 1867; L. L. Burke, editor and 
publisher. 

M ACON Argus ; Wednesdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1864; T. Proctor, editor and publisher. 

MACO A* Journal; Thursdays : republican ; four 
pages; size 28x42; subscription $2 ; established 
1867; Clements & London, editors and pro- 
prietors. 

MACO A Times; Saturdays; democratic : four 
pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; establish- 
ed 1865 ; Clark H. Green, editor and proprie- 
tor: claims 950 circulation. 

MARBLE HILL, Bollinger Co. Standard ; 
Saturdays; republican; four pages; size 22x32; 
subscription $1 50; established 1868 ; Murdock 
& Adams, editors and publishers ; claims 1 ,000 
circulation. 

MARSHALL, Saline Co. Progress ; Fridays ; 
democratic ; four pages : size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1865; D. M. Sandidge & 
Bro., editors and publishers. 

MARSHFIELD, Missouri Yeoman ; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 22x32: subscription 
$1 50; established 1819; A. W. Carson, editor 
and publisher. 

MARYVILLE Journal ; Saturdays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2 ; 
established 1866; A. B. Cornell, editor and 
publisher; claims 480 circulation. 

MAYSVILLE, Western Register; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 21x28 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1867; Joseph V. 
Bell, editor and publisher. 

MEMPHIS Conservative; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$2; established 1866; John Gharky, editor and 
publisher; claims 450 circulation. 

MEMPHIS Reveille; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 24x37 ; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1865; S. R. Peters, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 400 circulation. 

MEXICO, Missouri Ledger; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscfip- 



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tion$2; established 1854; John T. Brooks, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

MEXICO, Missouri Messenger ; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $2: established 1865; G. G. Gallaway & 
Son, editors and publishers. 

MILAX, North Missouri nerald; Fridays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1867; Wells & Bass, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

MOXROE CITY Appeal ; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 25x38; subscription $2; established 1868; 
J. M. McMurry and M. C. Brown, editors and 
publishers. 

MOCXT VERNON, Spring River Foun- 
tain ; Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription $1 50; established 1867; 
Robert Kelly, editor and publisher. 

NEOSHO, Newton Co. Tribune ; Wednes- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1866 ; E. skewes & 
Co., editors and publishers ; claims G50 circula- 
tion . 

NEW LONDON, Ralls Co. Record : Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 25x36 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1865; Dodge & 
Marshall, editors and publishers; claims 1,100 
circulation. 

NEW MADRID, Record; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages: size 22x32; subscription 
$2 50; established 1866; Albert C.Allen, editor 
and publisher. 

OREGON, Holt Co. Sentinel; Fridays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 26x38; subscription 
$2; established 1865; Charles W. Bowman, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

OSCEOLA Herald ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 24x37; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866; R. S. Graham & Bro., editors and 
publishers : claims 450 circulation. 

OSCEOLA Democrat; (no report.) 

PALMYRA Spectator; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1866; J. Sosey & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

PARIS Mercury; Tuesdays; four pages; size 
27x38; subscription $2; established 1845 ; Bean 
& Mason, editors and publishers. 

PARRYVILLE Anion ; (no report.) 

PHELPS CITY Record; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1868; Record Printing Co., editors 
and publishers. 

PLATTE CITY, Platte Co. Reveille ; Fri- 
days; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2 ; 
established 1866; V. W. Park, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

PLATTE CITY, Border Times ; (no report.) 

PLATTSBURG, Clinton Co. Register; Sat- 
urdays; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2 ; established 1866 ; C. J. Nesbitt, 
editor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

POTOSI, Washington Co. Journal ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1867 ; George B. Clark, 
editor and publisher. 

PRINCETOWX, Mercer Co. Advance; 
Thursdays; republican ; four pages; size 24x34; 
subscription $1 50; established 1866; Rogers & 
Shaw, editors and publishers. 

RICHMOND Conservator ; Saturdays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 25x39; subscription 
$2; established 1853; Jacob T. Child, editor 
and publisher; claims 970 circulation. 

RICHMOND Republican; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1866; Republican Printing Co., 
editors and proprietors. 

ROCK PORT, Atchison Co. Journal ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1863 ; Dopf & McCrea- 
ry, editors and publishers. 

ROLLA Express ; Saturdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 26x38; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1859; Milton Santee, editor and publish- 
er; claims 620 circulation. 

ROLLA, Herald of Liberty; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pases; size 21x36; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established I860; James H. Graham, 
editor and publisher. 



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savawau, Courier; Wednesdays; republi- 
can ; four pages; size 24x36; subscription si 50; 
established 1888; James i>. MoClain, editor 
and publisher; claims :;<>" circulation. 
SAVANNAH New Bra ; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; lour pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; 
established 1884; A. \v. Beale, editor and pro- 
prietor; claims i,n.">7 circulation. 
SAVANNAH, Union; Saturdays; democratic; 
tour pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished L868; Union Printing Co., editors and 
publishers. 
Si:i> Vl.,1 A Times; (ho report.) 
SPRINGFIEED, Gazette ; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; tour pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$1: established 1868; A. F. Ingram, editor and 
publisher. 
Sl'KIA'GFIELD Lender ; Thursdays: demo- 
cratic; tour pages; size 23x42 ^subscription $2; 
established 1887; Kennedy & Hayward, editors 
and publishers; claims 2,500 circulation. 
SPKINGFIKLiW, Missouri Patriot ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 27x41 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1808; Havens & 
Teed, editors and publishers. 
ST. CHARLES, Cosmos and Sentinel; 
Thursdays; republican; four pages; size 
28x12; subscription $2; established 1848; W. 
W. Davenport, editor and publisher; claims 
720 circulation. 
ST. CHARLES, "Democrat ; (no report.) 
ST. GENEVIEVE, News and Advertiser; 
Thursdays; neutral; four pages; size 22x32; 
subscription $1 50 ; established 1868 ; G. M. Otto, 
editor and publisher; claims 415 circulation. 
ST. JOSEPH Has Westliche Volksblatt ; 
every day, and Weekly; German ; four pages ; 
size— daily 22x32, weekly 28x42; subscription- 
daily $9, weekly $3; C. Eichler & Co., editors 
and publishers. 
ST. JOSEPH Heiitsclie Zeitung ; (no report.) 
ST. JOSEPH Gazette ; every morning except 
Monday, and Weekly, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic;" four pages; size 28x44; subscription- 
daily $9, weekly $2; established 1868; Wm. 
Bidenbaugh & Co., editors and publishers. 
ST. JOSEPH Herald ; every morning except 
Monday, and Weekly, Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 38x44; subscription- 
daily $9, weekly $1 50; established 1862; Wil- 
kinson & Posegate, editors and publishers. 
ST. JOSEPH Union; every morning except 
Monday, and Weekly, Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription — 
daily §10, weekly $2; established 1864; K. C. 
Mitchell, editor; Union Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. 
ST. EOCIS, Commercial Bulletin ; every 
. morning except .Sunday; Tri-Weekly, and 
Weekly ; commercial ; daily four pages ; size 
daily 21x31 ; subscription — daily $(>, ten-weekly 
$4, weekly $2; established 1866; J. H. Holden, 
editor; George W. Smith, publisher. 
ST. EOITS IMspatch; every evening except 
Sunday; Tri-Weekly, and Weekly; four 
pages; size 29x40; subscription— daily $10, tri- 
weekly $5, weekly $2 ; established 1862 ; Foy & 
McHenry, editors and publishers. 
ST. EOCIS, Missouri Democrat ; every 
morning except .Sunday; Tri-Weekly, and 
Weekly , /Tuesdays ; republican; four pages; 
size 31x46; subscription— daily $10, tri-weekly 
$6, weekly $2; established 1852; M'Kee, Fish- 
back «.v. Co., editors and publishers; weekly 
circulation about 14,000. 
ST. EOITS, Missouri Republican ; every 
morning; Tri-Weekly, and Weekly, Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 32x50; sub- 
scription—daily $14, daily six times a week 
$12, tri-weekly $0, weekly $2; established 
1823; George Knapp & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; weekly circulation about 15,000. 
ST. EOUIS, Never Anzeiger des Wcstens ; 
every morning except Monday; Weekly and 
Sunday; German; democratic; daily four 
pages, weekly and Sunday eight page's; size 
31x43; subscription— daily $8, weekly and 
Sunday $2 50 each; established 1837; Carl 
Daenzer, editor and publisher; claims daily 
5,000, weekly 4,000, Sunday 7,000 circulation. 



ST. LOUIS Times; every morning except 

Monday; Tri-Weekly, Sundays, Wednes- 
days and Fridays, and Weekly, Fridays; 
democratic ; dally four pages, weekly eight 

pages; size 30x44; subscription— daily $10, 
tri-weekly $5, weekly $2; established 186(5; 

Stilson liutchins, , editor-in-chief; St. I.ouis 

Times Co., publishers ; claims 6,000 daily cir- 
culal ion. 
ST. EOITS Volkszeitung ; every morning, 
and Weekly, Thursdays; German; republi- 
can; daily eight pages, weekly twelve pages; 

size of page 15x21; subscription— daily $10, 

■weekly $2 50; established is:,; ii. Brukk, ed- 
itor-in-chief; 10. W. Heemann & Co., pub- 
lishers. 

ST. EOCIS, Westliclie Post; every morning, 
and Weekly, Wednesdays; German; repub- 
lican; daily (except Sunday) and weekly four 
pages; Sunday 3Iississippi Blatter, six- 
teen pages; size — daily and weekly 29x46, Sun- 
day 32x52; subscription— daily $10, weekly $2, 
Sunday $2; established 1857; Carl Shurz and 
Emil Preetorius, editors; Plate, Olshausen & 
Co., publishers : claims daily 9,000, weekly 7,000, 
Sunday 10,000 circulation. 

ST. EOIJIS, Central Baptist; Thursdays; 
baptist; four pages; size 28x41; subscription 
$2 50; established 18(58; Kev. J. H. Luther and 
Kev. Norman Fox, editors; St. Louis Printing 
Co., publishers; a consolidation of the Mis- 
souri Baptist Journal and Baptist Record; cir- 
culation 5,100. 

ST. EOITS, Central Christian Advocate ; 
Wednesdays; methodist; eight pages; size 
33x43; subscription $2 50; established 1857; B. 
F. Crary, D. I)., editor; Hitchcock & Walden, 
publishers; circulation about 10,000. 

ST. EOIJIS, Christian Advocate ; Wednes- 
days; methodist; eight pages; size28x42; sub- 
scription $2; established 1858; D. K. McAnally, 
editor; P. M. Pinckard, publisher; claims 6,000 
circulation; it has a branch offlceln Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

ST. EOCIS, Colman's Rural World; Satur- 
days ; agricultural ; sixteen pages ; size 25x38 ; 
subscription $2; established 1848; Norman J. 
Coleman, editor and publisher; claims 13,000 
circulation. 

ST. EOIJIS Guardian ; (no report.) 

ST. EOIJIS, Herold des Glaubens ; Sun- 
days; German; catholic; eight pages; size 
26x38; subscription $2 
Dr. W. Johns, editor: 
lisher. 

ST. EOFIS, Home Journal ; (no report.) 

ST. EOCIS, Journal of Agriculture; Sat- 
urdays; agricultural; sixteen pages; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; L. D.Morse & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

ST. EOCIS, Journal of Commerce; Thurs- 
days; commercial; eight pages; size 31x43; 
subscription $5; established 1857; Wm. Mc- 
Ewing, editor; 11. M. Widmar & Co., publish- 
ers ; claims 5,000 circulation. 

ST. EOITS, Market Reporter ; (no report.) 

ST. EOCIS, Merchant's Exchange and Price 
Current; (no report.) 

ST. EOCIS, Mississippi Blatter; (see West- 
liclie Post.) 

ST. LOUIS, Missouri Presbyterian; Fri- 
days; presbyterian ; four pages; size 26x40; 
subscription $3; established 1808; Kev. Kobert 
P. Farris, editor; A. F. Cox, publisher. 

ST. EOCIS, Narodni Noviny ; Saturdays; 
Bohemian; eight pages; size 31x43 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1868; Joseph Pastor and 
S. Oliverius, editors; S. B. Lelohradsky, pub- 
lisher; claims 3,400 circulation. 

ST. EOCIS, Nene Welt; Fridays; German; 
four pages; size 31x40; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1867; German Publishing Co., editors 
and publishers. 

ST. EOITS, Price Current and Reporter ; 
(no report.) 

ST. EOCIS Bepiifliator ; (no report.) 

ST. EOIJIS, States; Sundays; democratic; four 
pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; established 
1868; W. II. & W. C. Wortuington, editors and 
publishers. 



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ST. LOUIS, Medical Reporter; semi-month- 
ly ; thirty-two pages octavo; subscription $3 ; 
established 18(56; Oscar F. Potter, editor ; P. M. 
Pinckard, publisher; devoted to medicine, 
surgery, dentistry and general science ; claims 
1,200 circulation. 
ST. LOUIS, Communist; monthly; eight 
pages; size 13x19; subscription 50 cents; es- 
tablished 1808; Reunion Community, editors 
and publishers; devoted to common proper- 
ty, co-operative labor, unitary homes and in- 
tegral education. 
ST. LOOS, American Entomologist; 
monthly; twenty-lour pages; size of page 
7x11; subscription §1; established 1808; P.P. 
Studley & Co., editors and publishers ; devoted 
to the history of noxious and beneficial in- 
sects; claims about 5,000 circulation. 

ST. LOUIS, Humboldt Medical Archives; 
monthly ; ninety pages octavo ; subscription 
$3; established 1867; A. Hammer, M. D., and 
J. C. Whitehill, M. D., editors; Levison & 
Blythe, publishers. 

ST. LOUIS, Journal of Education ; month- 
ly ; sixteen pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1808; J. B. Merwin, ed- 
itor and publisher; devoted to matters of in- 
terest to teachers and students. 

ST. LOX T IS, Manforil's Magazine; (no report.) 

ST. LOUIS Medical and Surgical Journal ; 
bi-monthly; one hundred and twelve pages 
octavo; subscription $3; established 1S43; G. 
Baumgarten, M. D., editor; R. P. Studley & 
Co., publishers; claims 1,000 circulation. 

ST. LOUIS, Cumberland Presbyterian ; (no 
report.) 

ST. LOUIS, Journal of Speculative Phi- 
losophy ; quarterly ; sixty-four pages oc- 
tavo; subscription $2; established 1867; Wm. 
L. Harris, editor and publisher; claims 1,500 
circulation. 

STOCKTON, SonthWest Tribune; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1800; William Caffrey, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

STCRGEON Independent; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 21x30; subscription 
$2; established 1807; W. L. Connevey, editor 
and publisher. 

STIRGIS Journal; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 21x3S ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1861 ; Jonathan G. Wait, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

TRENTON, Grand River Republican ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36; 
subscription $1 50; established 1804; E.S.Dar- 
lington, editor and publisher. 

TROY, Lincoln Co. Herald; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 23x33 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1865; E. J. Ellis & T. I). 
Fisher, editors and publishers; claims about 
500 circulation. 

UNION Appeal; Thursdays; republican ; four 
pages ; size 21x30 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1865; J. W. Sorin, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 500 circulation. 

UNIONVILLE Republican; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1805 ; O'Bryant & Stille, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

WARRENSBURG Journal; Saturdays ; dem- 
oratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1800 ; John M. Vaughan, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

W T ARRENSBURG Standard ; Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; subscription 
$2 ; established 1835 ; Klaine & Baldwin, editors 
and publishers. 

WARRENTON, Missouri Banner ; Fri- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x22 ; sub- 
scription $150; established 1805; C. E. Peers, 
editor and publisher; circulation 1,000. 

WARSAW, Benton Co. Index ; Wednesdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x37 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1860; Samuel H. Soyster, 
editor and publisher. 

WARSAW Times; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1805; Sewall W. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher. 



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WASHINGTON, Franklin Co. Observer ; 

Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 24x30; 
subscription $2; David Murphy, editor and 
publisher; cliams 800 circulation. 

WATERLOO, Clark Co. Press ; Thursdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $1; F. Shelden, editor and publisher; 
claims 700 circulation. 

WENTZVILLE Mews ; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 20x26; subscription $2 ; established 
1800; Wm. S. Bryan, editor and publisher. 

WESTON, Landmark ; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1805. 



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ARAGO, Southern IVebraskian ; Tuesdays ; 
four pages; size 21x28; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1800; Edward Sachse, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ARAGO, Westlicher Pioneer; Saturdays; 
German ; four pages ; size 21x28 ; subscription 
82; established 1807; Edward Sachse, editor 
and publisher. 

BEATRICE, Blue Valley Record ; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $2; 
established 1808; Howard & Nelson, editors 
and publishers. 

BELLE VUE Times ; (no report.) 

BROWNVILLE, Nebraska Advertiser ; 
Tuesdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 20x40 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1855 ; J. S. Church, 
editor; Church, Colhapp & Co., publishers; 
claims 1,500 circulation. 

RROWMSVILLE Journal ; (no report.) 

FALLS CITY, Meniaha Journal ; Wednes- 
days; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; 
established 1868; W. D. Blackburn, editor; 
Journal Printing Co., publishers. 

FREMONT Tribune; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x35; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1808 ; J. N. Hays, editor and publisher . 

LINCOLN, Nebraska Commonwealth ; Sat- 
urdays; four pages; size 20x40; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Gere & Carder, editors 
and publishers. 

LINCOLN, Nebraska Statesman; Tuesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 20x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1800; A. F. and H. L. Har- 
vey, editors and publishers ; claims 888 circu- 
lation. 

NEBRASKA CITY, Nebraska Press ; every 
day except Sunday; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Sat- 
urdays; republican; daily and tri-weekly four 
pages, weekly eight pages; size— w'eekly 
32x45; subscription— daily $10, tri-weekly $5, 
weekly $2; established 1859; Irish, Price & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

NEBRASKA CITY News ;, tri-weekly, Mon- 
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, 
Saturdays; democratic; four pages; size — tri- 
weekly 21x32, weekly 20x40; subscription — 
weekly $2; established 1851; Thomas Morton 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

NEBRASKA CITY, Nebraska Staats Zei- 
tung; Saturdays; German; republican; four 
pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 50 ; estab- 
lished 1807; O. H. Trish and Dr. Nenner, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

OMAHA Herald; every morning except Mon- 
day, and Weekly, Wednesdays ; democratic; 
four pages; size 31x48; subscription — daily 
$10, weekly $2; established 1805; George L. 
Miller, editor-in-chief; Richardson & Briggs, 
publishers. 

OMAHA Republican ; every morning except 
Monday ; Tri- Weekly , Mondays, Thursdays 
and Fridays, and Weekly, Wednesdays; 
republican"; four pages; size 28x44; subscrip- 
tion—daily $10, tri-weekly $5, weekly $2 50; 
established 1858; St. A. D. Balcombe, editor 
and publisher; claims daily 1,100, tri-weekly 
600, weekly 3,000 circulation. 

OMAHA Times ; every evening except Sun- 
day ; independent; four pages; size 24x31; 
subscription $0; established 1808; J. D. Cal- 
houn, editor; Times Printing Co., publishers. 

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OMAHA, Scandias Stjarna ; (no report.) 
o.MVHA siaats Zeitung ; (noreport.) 
PAWNEE Tribune) Saturdays; republican; 

lour pilars; size 24x36; subscription s2; es- 
tablisned 1868; T. R. Fisher, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 006 circulation. 

PLATTSMOl'TII, .\cbraska Herald; Thurs- 
ilnvs ; republican : four pages ; size -J i x:5 1 ; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1865; H. i>. Hatha- 
way, editor and publisher; claims 1,000 circu- 
lation. 

Itri-O CITV, \cbraska Register; Thurs- 
days; democratic; tour pages; size 22x30; 
subscription $2 ; established 1864; Samuel W. 
Brooke, editor and publisher; claims 800 cir- 
culation. 

TECl'MSFH. Nebraska Gazette; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established L868; C. W. Andrews, ed- 
itor: Andrews & Presson, publishers. 



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AUSTIN, Reese River Reveille ; every day 
except Sunday; neutral; four pages; size 
22x32 : subscription $16; established I860; J. D. 
Fairchild iv Co., editors and publishers. 

AUSTIN Republican ; (no report.) 

BELMOXT, Mountain Champion ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; sub- 
scription $5; established 1868; H. M. Barnes, 
editor and publisher. 

CARSOX CITY, Carson Appeal ; every morn- 
ing except Monday; republican; four pages; 
size 18x24; subscription 1*1(1; established 1865; 
H. R. Mighels, editor; Robinson & Mighels, 
publishers. 

GOLD tl : 1,1, Jfews ; every evening except 
Sunday; republican; four pages; size 24x33; 
subscription $16; established 1863; Philip 
Lynch, editor and publisher. 

RENO Crescent; Saturdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 21x28; subscription $6; established 
1868; J. C. Lewis, editor and publisher; claims 
about 650 circulation. 

IXIOAVILLE, Humboldt Register ; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 21x28; sub- 
scription $5 ; established 1863 ; Berry & Perkins, 
editors and publishers; claims 900 circulation. 

VIRGINIA CITY, Territorial Enterprise ; 
every day except Sunday: republican; four 
pages; size 2tx30; subscription $16; establish- 
ed 1860; J. T. Goodman, editor and publisher. 

VIRGINIA CITV, Safeguard; every evening 
except Sunday ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
24x36; subscription $16; established 1865; Ne- 
vada Democratic Printing Co., editors and 
publishers. 



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AMHERST, Farmers Cabinet; Thursdays; 

republican; four pages; size 23x34; subscrip- 
tion Si ; established L802 ; EdwardD. Boylston, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

CLAKEMOAT, National Eagle; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion SI 50; established 1834; Arthur Chase, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

CLAREMOAT, Northern Advocate ; Tues- 
days ; republican ; four pages : size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $1 25; established 1840; J. Weber, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 900 circulation. 

COAX'OUI), Monitor ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Independent Democrat, 
Thursdays; republican: four pages; size- 
daily 23x32, weekly 29x46; subscription— daily 
$6, weekly 82: established— daily 1863, weekly 
1844: Independent Press Association, editors 
and publishers. 

COA'CORl) Patriot ; every evening except 
Sunday, and New Hampshire Patriot, 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pases; size- 
daily 20x27, weekly 27x40; subscription— daily 
$6, weekly $2; established— daily L839, weekly 
1808; Butterfleld & Hill, editors and publish- 
ers; claims daily 1,200, weekly 4,000 circu- 
lation. 

CONCORD, Independent Democrat ; (see 
Monitor.) 



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CONCORD, People ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 29x44; subscription $2; estab- 
lished L868; Henry II. Mitcalf, editor; Thomas 
J. Smith, assistant editor; Charles C. Pearson 

& Co., publishers. 

Co.ycord, Republican Statesman; Fri- 
days; republican; four pages; size 29x46; 
subscription $2; established 1823 ; McFarland 
& Jen ks, editors and publishers. 

doyer Enquirer; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 27x41 : subscript Ion $2 : estab- 
lished L827 ; John R. Varney and .J. T, S. Libbj , 
editors; Llbby & Co., publishers; claims 1,500 
circulation. 

DOVER Gazette ; Fridays: democratic; four 
pages; size 25x38; subscription $2 ; established 
L826; Edwin A. Hills, editor and publisher. 

DOVER, Morning star; Wednesdays, bap- 
tist; eight pages; size 33x46; subscription $3; 
established 1826; George T. Day and J. W. 
Brewster, editors; Freewill Baptist Printing 
Establishment, publishers; claims 13,000 cir- 
culation. 

EAST CANAAN, Canaan Reporter ; month- 
ly; four pases; size 10x27; subscription 50 
cents; established 1867; C. O. Barney, editor 
and publisher. 

EXETER News tetter; Mondays; republi- 
can; fourpages; size 23x34; subscription $1 50; 
established 1831; A.J. Hoyt, editor and pub- 
lisher: claims 1,500 circulation. 

GREAT FALLS Journal; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 20x27; subscription 81 2."i; estab- 
lished 1867; Edwin Fernald, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

HEAAIKER Deaf Mutes' Friend; monthly; 
thirty-two pages octavo; subscription $1 50; 
established 1809; W. M. Chamberlain, editor; 
Chamberlain & Swett, publishers ; devoted to 
matters of interest to deaf mutes. 

HINSDALE, Star Spangled Banner; 
monthly; eight pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion 75 cents: established 1863; Henry E. Hun- 
ter, editor; Hunter & Co., publishers; claims 
15,000 circulation . 

KEENE, Cheshire Republican; Saturdays; 
democratic: fourpages; size 24x35; subscrip- 
tion §2; established 1827; Julius N. Morse, ed- 
itor; Morse & Allen, publishers; claims 1,500 
circulation. 

KEENE, New Hampshire Sentinel ; Thurs- 
days; republican ; four pages; size 27x41 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1769; O. L. French 
and T. C. Band, editors; O. L. French & Co., 
publishers ; claims 2,500 circulation. 

LACONI A Democrat ; Fridays; democratic; 
fourpages; size 23x34; subscription SI 50; es- 
tablished 1848; O. A. J. Vaughan, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

LAKE VILLAGE Times ; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
SI 50; established 1868; Stanton & Haynes, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

LANCASTER, Coos Republican; Tuesdays; 
republican; fourpages; size 23x33; subscrip- 
tion $1 75; established 1854; Henry O. Kent, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,000 circula- 
tion. 

LEBANON, Granite State Free Press ; Sat- 
urdays ; republican; four pages; size 23x33; 
subscription SI 50; established 1869; E. II. Che- 
ney, editor and publisher. 

LISBON Reporter; semi-monthly: repub- 
lican; eight pages; subscription si; estab- 
lished 1867; W. W. Curtis, publisher; claims 
nearly 1,000 circulation. 

LITTLETON, White Mountain Republic; 
Fridays; democratic; fourpages; size 23x34; 
subscription $2; established 1867; Chester E. 
Carey, editor and publisher; claims 2,000 cir- 
culation. 

LOUDON RIDGE, Household Messenger ; 
monthly ; eight pages ; size 17x26 ; subscription 
75 cents; established 1867; Isaac T. French, M. 
D., editor; messenger Association, publishers ; 
claims 4,000 circulation. 

LOUDON RIDGE, National Gazette ; bi- 
monthly; neutral; four pages; size 12x10; sub- 
scription 12 cents; established 1866; Smith & 
Co., editors and publishers. 



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MANCHESTER, Mirror and American ; 
every evening except Sunday, and Mirror 
and Farmer, Saturdays; republican; agri- 
cultural ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; 
size— daily 22x30, weekly 80x44; subscription — 
daily $6, weekly $1 50; John B. Clarke, editor 
and publisher ; weekly circulation about 11,000. 

MANCHESTER News; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; independent; four passes; size 
21x27; subscriptions!; established 1869; John 
W. Moore & Co., editors and publishers. 

MANCHESTER Union ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Union Democrat, Tues- 
days; democratic; four pages; size — daily 
21x26, weekly 27x41 ; subscription— daily $5 H 
weeklv §2; "established— dsdly 18!i3, weekly 
1850; Campbell & Hanscom, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

MANCHESTER Union Democrat; (see 
Union.) 

MANCHESTER, Colt's Illustrated Com- 
mercial Advertiser; semi-monthly; four 
pages; size 21x29; an advertising sheet, with 
gratuitous circulation. 

MANCHESTER, Moore's Musical Record ; 
monthly; 24 pages; size of page 7x!0; sub- 
scription 25 cents; established 1807; John W. 
Moore, editor and publisher. 

NASHUA Gazette ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x30: subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1827; B. B. & F. P. Whittemore, pub- 
lishers. 

NASHUA, Sew Hampshire Telegraph; 
Saturdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 27x40 ; 
subscription $2; established 1832; Moore & 
Berry, editors and publishers; claims 1,800 
circulation. 

NEWPORT, New Hampshire Argus and 
Spectator; Fridays; democratic; four pages; 
size 22x32; subscription 8150; established 
1825; Carleton & Harvey, editors and publish- 
ers. 

NORTH STRAFFORD, Monthly Miscel- 
lany; eight pages; size 19x22; subscription 
25 cents; established 1886; Geo. W. Berry, ed- 
itor and publisher ; claims 700 circulation. 

PETKRBOKO Transcript; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 23x34; subscription 
$1 25; established 1849; Fanium & Scott, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

P1TTSF1ELD, Suncook Valley Times; 
Thursdays; neutral; four pages; size 22x30; 
subscription $1 50; established 1868; A. B. 
Berry & Co., publishers. 

PORTSMOUTH Chronicle; every morning 
except Sunday, and New Hampshire Ga- 
zette, Wednesdays; republican; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily" 21x29, 
•weekly 29x42 ; subscription — daily $6, weekly 
$2; established— daily 1852, weekly 175(1; Frank 
W. Miller & Co., editors and publishers ; claims 
to be the oldest newspaper in America. 

PORTSMOUTH Times ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and States and Union, Fri- 
days; democratic; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages ; size — daily 21x26, weekly 26x41 ; 
subscription — daily $6, "weekly 82; established 
daily 1868, weekly 1863; J. L. Foster, editor; 
George W. Guppy, publisher. 

PORTSMOUTH Journal ; Saturdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $250 ; 
established 1793; C.W.Brewster & Son, editors 
and publishers; claims 1,464 circulation. 

PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire Gazette ; 
(see Chronicle.) 

PORTSMOUTH, States and Union; (see 
Times.) 

ROCHESTER Conrier ; Fridays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 22x31 ; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1864; Foster & Folsom, editors and 
publishers; claims 1,000 circulation. 

WOLFBOROUGH, Carroll Co. Democrat; 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
22x32; subscription $1 50; established 1868; E. 
Couillard, editor and publisher. 

W T OLFBOROUGH, Granite State News ; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
22x31; subscription $1 50; established. 1860; 
Charles II. Parker,- editor and publisher; 
claims 800 circulation. 



NEW JERSEY. 



BELYIDERE Intelligencer; Fridays; re- , 
publican ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription 
$2; established 1825; Wm. Burges, editor and 
publisher. 

BELYIDERE, Warren Journal; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages ; size 215x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1843; Adam Bellis and J. 
Simerson, editors; Adam Bellis, publisher: 
claims 1.500 circulation. 

BOROENTOWN Register; Fridays; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; "size 22x32 ; subscription 
$2: established 1851; J. F>. Flynn, editor and 
publisher. 

BRIOGETON Chronicle ; Saturdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 27x42 ; subscription 82 ; 
established 1815; George F. Nixon, editor and 
publisher. 

BRIOGETON, New Jersey Patriot ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 29x42 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1865; O. A.Douglas, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,350 circula- 
tion. 

BRIOGETON, West Jersey Pioneer; Fri- 
days; independent: tour pages; size 27x42; 
subscription $2; established ""1850; James B. 
Furguson, editor and publisher; claims 2,000 
circulation. 

BRiDGETON, South Jersey Advertiser; 
monthly ; four pages ; size 20x27 ; subscription 
50 cents": established 1868;G. W. Finlaw, editor 
and publisher; an advertising sheet; claims 
4,000 circulation. 

BURLINGTON Gazette ; Saturdays: neutral; 
four pages; size 20x37; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1774; Frank Ferguson, editor and pub- 
lisher : claims ooo circulation. 

BURLINGTON, New Jersey Enterprise ; 
Thursdays: independent; four pages; size 
28x42; subscription $2; established 18S8; G. H. 
Hays and C. 8. Magrath, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

CAMDEN Democrat; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 25x37; subscription $2; 
established 1846. 

CAMDEN, New Republic; Saturdays; re 
publican ; eight pages : size 28x42 ; subscrip 
tion $2; established 18G7; H. L. Bonsall, edit- 
or and proprietor. 

CAMDEN, West Jersey Press ; Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1820; Sinnickson Chew, 
editor and publisher. 

CAPE ISLAND, Cape May Ocean Wave ; 
Wednesdays; neutral; four pages; size 28x42; 
subscription 82 ; established 1854; Mrs. M. E. 
Magonagle, editor and publisher; claims 600 
circulation. 

CAPE MAY C. H., Star of the Cape ; weekly ; 
independent; established 1868; H.C.Cheever, 
editor and publisher. 

CLINTON, Constitutional Democrat; Fri- 
days: democratic: fourpages; size26x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; J. Carpenter, 
Jr., editor and publisher. 

ENGLEWOOD, Bergen Co. Times ; Tues- 
days; republican; four pages : size 24x30; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1865; Jardine & 
MacLauchlan, editors and publishers; printed 
at the office of the Jersey City Times. 

EGG HARBOR, Der Zeitgeist; Saturdays; 
German : independent ; four pages : size 22x32 ; 
subscription 82 : established 1867; Otto Stutz- 
bach & Co., editors and publishers. 

EGG HARBOR CITY Pilot; weekly; Ger- 
man; democratic; subscription $2. 

ELIZABETH Evening Herald; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and Union Co. Herald, 
Saturdays; democratic; four pages; size — 
daily 21x28, weekly 28x42; subscription — daily 
$5, weekly $2 ; established — daily 1868, weekly 
1860; George E. Sibley, editor; Drake & 
Cook, publishers; claims 1,900 weekly circu- 
lation. 

ELIZABETH Evening Journal; every 
evening except Sunday, and New Jersey 
Journal, Tuesdays; republican; fourpages; 
size— daily 24x34, weekly 27x43 : subscription — 
daily 80, weekly $2 50; established— daily 1868, 
weekly 1779; Foote & Drake, editors and pub- 
lishers. 



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NEW JERSEY. 



Elizabeth Monitor; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; republican; four pages; Bize 
15x22 : subscript Ion $5 ; established l s,; s I; Drake 
& Cashing, editors and publishers; claims 
1,000 circulation. 

ELIZABETH New Jersey Landbote; Sat- 
urdays; German; subscription $2; established 
L866; Conrad Hollinger & Son, editors and 
publishers. 

FLEMlV«TOIV. Hunterdon Co. Democrat; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
28x42; subscription $2; established i v .; s : (has. 
Tomlinson, editor and publisher. 

1'1,i.mi\(;to.\. Hti!B?< rdmi Republican; 
Thursdays; republican; four pages; size 
28x42; subscription $2; established 1856; Allen 
& < allis, editors and publishers. 

FHEEHOLO. Monmout !i Democrat; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 28x42; sub- 
scription $2; established 1834; James S. Yard, 
editor and publisher. 

FltKKIIOM), Monmouth Inquirer; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x38; sub- 
scription $2; established 1820; Edwin P. Ap- 
plegate, editor and publisher; claims 900 cir- 
culation. 

FREVCHTOWIV Press; Thursdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 25x36; subscription 
$1 50; established 1868; Chas. S. Joiner, editor 
and publisher; claims 800 circulation, 

HACKEIVSACK, Bergen Co. Democrat; 
Fridays; democratic; Four pages; size -iixiis; 
subscription S'2; established 1861; Eben Win- 
ton, editor and publisher. 

HACHETTSTOnX Gazette ; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages : size 24x36 : subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1856; E. W. Osmun, editor 
and publisher; claims 900 circulation. 

n.lMMOA'TOS', South Jersey Republican ; 
Saturdays ; republican : four pages; size 26x36; 
subscription $2; established 1863; D. B. Snow, 
editor and publi sher. 

nitiHTSTOWIV Uazette ; Thursdays; neu- 
tral: four pages ; size 22x33 ; subscription $1 50; 
established 1849; Jacob Stults, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

HOBOKE^T, nndson Co. Democrat : Satur- 
days : democratic: four pages; size 26x38; sub- 
scription $250; established 1853; A.O.Evans. 
editor and publisher; claims 2 200 circulation. 

nO»OKE\', Hndson Co, Journal; Satur- 
days; German; democratic: fourpages; size 
22x33; Subscription $2 50 ; established L86.8; II. 
I). Gerbts and < >tto Stuzbach, editors and pub- 
lishers: claims 1,000 circulation. 

HOBOKEX, Hudson Co. VolUsblatt ; Sat- 
urdays; German : democratic: four pages : size 
24x36: subscription $2 50; established 1868; \V. 
1). McGregor, editor and publisher; printed at 
the office of the Hudson City Gazette. 

HOKOKEX Standard; Saturdays; republi- 
can : four pages ; size 23x32 : subscription $2 : 
established 1856; P. M. Reynolds, editor and 
publisher. 

HC'BSOIV CITY Gazette ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x36; subscription 
$2; established 1867; W. D. McGregor, editor 
and publisher: claims 1,000 circulation. 

JERSEY CITY, American Standard ; every 
evening except Sunday; democratic; four 
pages; 3ize 25x36; subscription ss; established 
1866; John II. Lyon, editor ami publisher. 

JERSEY CITY Evening Journal; every 
evening except Sunday; republican; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $6; estab- 
lished 1867; Z. K. Pangborn, editor; Journal 
Printing Association, publishers; claims 3,500 
circulation. 

JERSEY CITY Evening- Times ; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and IVe%v Jersey Times, 
Tuesdays: republican: four pages; size— daily 
26x41, weekly 25x36; subscription— daily >•<";, 
weekly (2 50; established 1864 ; Jardine & Mac- 
Lauchlan, editors and publishers; claims 
daily 2,000, week ly 6,000 circulation. 

JERSEY CITY Chronicle; {no report.) 

LANBERTVlLLic, Beacon ; Fridays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$2: established 1855; Clark Pierson, editor and 
publisher. 



A EW JERSEY. 



LONG BRANCH We w»» Thursdays; independ- 
ent; fourpages; subscript ion $1; established 
1866; James jj, Morris, editor and publisher; 
a daily paper is issued from the office during 
July and August : subscription $2. 

MANCHESTER, Country Homes; monthly; 
four pages; size 21x28; subscription 50 cents ; 
established 1868; C. C. Bristol, editor; Joy & 
Bristol, publishers; an advertising sheet; 
claims 10,000 circulation, mostly gratuitous. 

millville Republican; Saturdays; re- 
publican; subscription $2; established isci; 
J. W . Newlin iV: Co., editors and publishers. 

MORR1STOWIV, Jerseyman ; Saturdays; re- 

, publican : four pages; size 24x38; subscription 
$2; established 1827; A. A. Vance, editor; Ax- 
tell ,v Pierson, publishers. 

MORHISTOWIV, Trite Democratic Ban- 
ner; Thursdays; democratic: four pages; 
size 26x38; subscription $2; established L839; 
Louis C. A r ogt, editor and publisher. 

MOOT HOLLY Herald ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 28x43; subscription $2 ; 
established 1S2.">; Charles Wills, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,300 circulation. 

MOOT HOLEY, H'ew Jersey Mirror; 
Wednesdays: republican; four pages; size 
27x42; subscription $2; established 1818; Joseph 
Chit, Jr., & Co., editors and publishers. 

NEWARK Advertiser ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Sentinel of Freedom, Tues- 
days; republican; four pages; size 28x40; 
subscription— daily $9, weekly $2 ; established 
1833; Thomas T.Kinney, editor and publisher; 
claims daily (5,000 circulation. 

IVEWARK Evening Courier; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays; re- 
publican; fourpages; size 27x42; subscription 
—daily St), weekly $2; established 1866; Pat- 
terson & Foster, editors and publishers. 

IVEWARK Journal; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Tuesdays ; democratic : 
four pages; size2Sx!0; subscription— daily $9, 
weekly $2; established 1857; Edward X. Ful- 
ler, editor; Newark Printing and Publishing- 
Co., publishers. 

IVEWARK, IVew Jersey Freie Zeitung; 
every morning except Sunday; German; re- 
publican; fourpages; size 28x38; subscription 
$9; established 1858; B. Prieth, editor and pub- 
lisher: claims 3.000 circulation. 

IVEWARK, IVew Jersey Volksman; every 
morning except Sunday; German; subscrip- 
tion $9; established 1856; Conrad Hollinger, 
editor and publisher. 

IVEWARK, Ber Erznehler ; Sundays; Ger- 
man; four pages; size 21x28; subscription 
$1 50; established 1858; B. Prieth, editor and 
publisher; printed at the office of the X. J. 
Freie Zeltung ; claims 2,500 circulation. 

IVEWARK Gazette; Fridays; temperance; 
fourpages; size 11x20; subscription 50 cents: 
established 1867; C. C. Trelease, editor and 
publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 

IVEWARK Press; Saturdays: independent; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription (1; es- 
tablished ISCs; Frank \V. Potter and A. O. Hal- 
sey, editors; Seelv Edsall, proprietor. 

IVEWARK, Saturday Post; Saturdays: four 
pages; size 19x2!i; subscription $1; established 
1888; Starbuek, Jennings & Bro., editors and 
publishers. 

IVE1YARK Sentinel of Freedom; (see Ad- 
vertiser.) 

IVEWARK Budget; {no report.) 

IVEW BRCASWICK Fredonian; every 
evening except Sundays, and Weekly, Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size— daily 
2ix.'iS, weekly 28x42; subscription— daily $6, 
weekly $2; established— daily is.jr>, weekly 
1811; John P. Babcock, editor and publisher. 

SEW BRI'ASWICH, Times; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1810; A. K. Speer, editor 
and publisher. 

IVEW BRIASWICK, Rural American; 
monthly; agricultural; thirty-two pages; size 
of page 10x14; subscription $1 50; established 
1856; T. B. Miner, editor and publisher; dated 
from Xew York City ; circulation about 30,000. 



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HfEWTOlV, Mew Jersey Herald ; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pases ; size 29x43 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1827 ; Thomas G. Bunnell, 
editor and publisher; circulation 2,500. 

MEWTOSI, Sussex Register ; Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; four pa^es: size 29x13; subscription 
$2; established 1812; Coult & Goodman, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

ORAIGE Chronicle ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 24x38; subscription $2; established 1899; 
F. W. Baldwin & Co,, editors and publishers. 

©RANGE Journal; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription §3 ; estab- 
lished 1854; E. Gardner, editor and publisher. 

ORAMGE Plaindealer; weekly; independ- 
ent; subscription $2; established 1869; John 
M. Waterbury, editor and publisher. 

PATERSON "Guardian ; every evening ex- 
cept Sundays, and Weekly, Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size— daily 28x42, weekly 
24x36; subscription — daily $7, weekly §1 50; 
established 1832; O. Van Derhovin and Alvin 
"Webb, editors and publishers; circulation — 
daily 1,500, weekly 1,500. 

PATERSON Press ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size— daily 28x42, weekly 
24x3(5; subscription— daily $7, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1803; Chiswell & Wurts, editors and 
publishers. 

PERTH AMBOY, Middlesex Co. Bemo- 
crat ; Saturdays ; democratic ; four pases ; 
size 28x42; subscription $2: established 1868; 
Jones & Farmer, editors and publishers. 

PHIEEIPSBCRG Democrat ; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages.; size 21x30; subscrip- 
tion $2; established L868; Sigman & Werkheis- 
er, editors and proprietors. 

PLAIMFIELD, Constitutionalist ; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pases; size 24x38; sub- 
scription $2; established 1808; W. L. Force & 
Bro., editors and publishers; claims 900 circu- 
lation. 

PEAINFIEER, Central New Jersey Times; 
Thursdays ; republican ; eight pases ; size 
31x44; subscription $2 50; established 1868; E. 
Dean Dow, editor and publisher; claims 1,000 
circulation. 

PRINCETON Standard; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x38: subscription $2; 
established 1801; C. S. Robinson, editor and 
publisher. 

RAHWAY, Advocate and Times; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages ; size 20x39 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1822; Uzal M. Osborn, 
editor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

RAHWAY, National Democrat ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1840 ; Lewis S. Hyer, editor 
and publisher. 

REI> BANK, New Jersey Standard ; Fri- 
davs ; neutral ; four pases ; size 24x38 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1S52; Ward & Ing- 
ling, editors and publishers. 

SAEEM, National Standard ; Wednesdays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscrip- 
tion §2: established 1834; Wm. S. Sharp, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

SAEEM Sunbeam ; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 24x38 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1844; Rohert Gwynne, editor and pub- 
lisher: claims 1,324 circulation. 

SOMERVIEEE, Somerset Gazette ; Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; four pages; size 24x38; 
subscription $1 50; established 1848; Charles 
J. Wilson, editor and publisher; claims 900 
circulation. 
SOMEBVILLE, Somerset Messenger; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pases; size 
20x40; subscription §2; established 1822; J. F. 
Talmage, editor and proprietor; Talmage & 
Honevman, publishers. 
SOMEBVILLE, Somerset Unionist ; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x38 ; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1863; Daniel Por- 
ter, editor and publisher. 
TOMS RIVER, IVew Jersey Courier ; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pases; size 28x42; 
subscription $2 ; established 1850 ; Geo. M. Joy, 
editor and publisher; circulation 1,000. 



NEW JERSEY. 



TRENTON, Daily Emporium; every morn- 
ing except Sunday; independent; four pages; 
subscription $3 ; established 1807 ; John Briesl , 
editor and publisher. 

TRE3TT03f, State Gazette ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; 
republican; daily four pases, weekly eight 
pases; size— daily 25x36, weekly 32x46; sub- 
scription—daily $6, weekly $2; established 
1792 : J. Vannote, editor and publisher. 

TKEATON, True American ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; 
ili-mocratic; daily four pases, weekly eight 
pases: size — daily 21x37, weekly 33x46; sub- 
scription — daily $6, weekly $2; established 
1818; M. D. Naar, editor; Naar, Day & Naar, 
publishers; claims daily 1,400, weekly 1,600 
circulation. 

TBESTOSf, Temperance Watchman ; Satur- 
days; temperance; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1868. 

TRENTON, New Jersey Staats Journal ; 
Fridays ; German ; democratic ; four pages ; 
size 26x10; subscription $2; established 1808; 
Wolsram & Co.. editors and publishers. 

TRENTON, Union Sentinel ; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages ; size2sx42; subscription 
82; established 1866; C. W. Jay, editor; C. W. 
Jay & Co., publishers; claims 2,500 circulation. 

VIBTELAIVD Democrat ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x37 ; subscription 
$2; established '1807; A. G. Warner, editor; 
O. D. Warner, publisher. 

VINEEAA'D Independent ; Wednesdays; re- 
publican: four pases; size 27x42; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Taylor & Blew, editors 
and publishers. 

VINEEAND Weekly; Saturdays; eight 
pages ; size 29x44 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1865; M. C. & F. P. Crocker, editors; F. P. 
Crocker, publisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 

WASHINGTON Star; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pases; size 24x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; E. W. Osmun, editor; W. C. Niper, 
publisher; claims 800 circulation; printed at 
the office of the Haclcettstoion Gazette. 

WHITE HOUSE STATION, Family Cas- 
ket; Wednesdays; four pages; size 23x32; 
subscription SI; established 1868; A. J. Sham- 
panore, editor and publisher. 

WOODBURY, Constitution ; Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pases; size 28x42 ; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1834: A. S. Barber, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 



NEW YORK. 



ARAMS Visitor ; Thursdays ; republican ; four 
pases; size 24x36; subscription 81 50; estab- 
lished 1849; DeLong & Babcock, editors and 
publishers. 

ADDIS03I Advertiser; Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 26x41; subscription $2; 
established 1858 ; Johnson & Roberts, editors 
and publishers ; claims 900 circulation. 

AEBAIVY, Argus ; every morning except Sun- 
day ; Semi-Weekly, Mondays and Thursdays, 
and Weekly, Thursdays; "democratic; four 
pages; size 28x42; subscription— daily 810, 
semi-weekly $3, weekly §1 ; established 1813; 
Wm. Cassidy, Daniel Manning and J. Wesley 
Smith, editors: Argus Co., publishers; claims 
daily 4,700, semi-weekly 3,300, weekly 9,000 cir- 
culation. 

AEBAI\Y Evening Post ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; independent; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $5; established 1865; R. M. 
Griffin, editor; M. & E. Griffin, publishers. 

AEBAIVY Journal ; every evening except 
Sunday; Semi- Weekly, and Weekly, Satur- 
days; republican: four pages; size 30x40; sub- 
scription—daily |9, semi-weekly $4, weekly 
$2; established' 1831 ; Geo. W. Demers, editor; 
Dawson & Co., publishers; circulation of 
weekly about 20,00;/. 

ALBANY Knickerbocker ; every morning 
except Sunday ; four pages ; size 22x32. 

AEBANY, Morning Express ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday; four pages; size 22x32; 
Henly & Co., editors and publishers. 



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AJ.it.WY Times; (noreport.) 
\I.15A.>Y Advertiser; [noreport.) 

AI.I5AW, Catholic Clironicle ; Saturdays; 
catholic; eight pages; size 87x38; subscription 
|2; established 1868; ttev. T. Walsh, editor; 
i.\ ons & W liiif, publishers. 

AliltAAV. Cultivator ami Country Gentle- 
man ; Thursdays ; agricultural ; sixteen pages ; 
size 27x40; subscription $2 50; established 1880; 
Luther Tucker & Son, editors and publishers; 
claims 15,000 circulation. 

AI>1SAA'V Frcie Klatter; (»o report.) 

AI.I5AAV. Journal of Education; Wednes- 
days; sixteen pages; size 28x40; subscription 
11*50; established 1868; W. W. Pasko, editor 
and publisher; devoted to educational mat- 
ters: claims 4,000 circulation. 

AI.ICIOA, Orleans American ; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2; established 1832; Henry A. Bruner, editor 
and publisher*. 

A 1. 15 IOA . Orleans Republican; Wednesdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 27x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1841; C. G. Beach & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

A.IIFA'I A Times ; Tuesdays ; four pages ; size 
iMxM: subscription $1 50; established 1851; J. 
W. Hoysrdt, editor and publisher; claims 600 
circulation. 

AMSTERDAM Recorder; Wednesdays; in- 
dependent; four pages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion si 75; established 1854; Xenophon Hay- 
wood, editor; X. Haywood & Co., publishers; 
claims 625 circulation. 

AA'DES, Recorder; Thursdays: independent; 
four pages; size 19x20; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1807; Bryson Bruce, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

AA T <iEt,ICA Reporter; Wednesdays; republi- 
can: four pages; size 24x30: subscription $2 ; 
established 1837; C. F. and G. W. Dickinson, 
editor and publisher. 

ARCADE Enterprise ; Tuesdays: republican; 
four pages; size 24x30; subscription SI 50; es- 
tablished lsoi); H. A. Williams, editor and pub- 
lisher: claims 000 circulation. 

ATTICA Atlas; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages; size 24x33; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1851; Silas Folsom, editor and publish- 
er: claims about 400 circulation. 

AFBFRX Advertiser; every evening except 
Sunday, and Auburn Journal, Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pages: size — daily 26x41, 
weekly 30x45; subscription — daily $8, weekly 
$2; established— daily 1846, weekly 1829; Geo. 
W. Peek-, editor; Kna'pp & Peck, publishers. 

Al'BTRA' MorninjjWews ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 26x40; subscription- 
daily $8, weekly $2; established 1868; Dennis 
Bros. A Co., editors and publishers. 

AVBI'RA', Democrat; Thursdays; democrat- 
ic: fourpages; size 24x35; established 1868. 

AlBl'RA, Northern Christian Advocate ; 
Thursdays: metliodist : eight pages: size29x42 ; 
subscription $2; established 1841; Rev. D. I). 
Lome, I). 1)., editor: Wm.J. Moses, publishing 
agent; circulation about 12,000. 

A1'!ECR:v, A'orthern Independent ; Thurs- 
days; metliodist; fourpages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription 81 50; established 1856: Wm. IIos- 
mer, editor and publisher; circulation about 
8,000. 

AT BI'R:v, Family Friend; quarterly; eight 
pages: size 24x33: subscription 25 cents; es- 
tablished 1868; Wm.J. Moses, publisher; is- 
sue.i as an advertising sheet. 

ACRORA Gazette; Saturdays: four pages; 
size 24x34; subscription $2; established 1868; 
.T. B. IIotT. editor and publisher. 

AVOA SPRINGS Jonmnl ; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic: fourpages: size 20x3s; subscription 
$1 50; established 1868; Charles F. Peck, ed- 
itor; I). W. C. Bruner, publisher; claims 1,000 
circulation. 

BAIA BRIDGE Eetl^er ; Fridays; independ- 
ent: fourpages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; 
established 1868; <;. A. Dodge, editor and pub- 
lisher; printed at the office of the Unadilla 
Times; claims 1,100 circulation. 



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BAI/DWEVSVIEEE, Onondaga Gazette; 

Wednes BJ s ; republican; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription SI 50; established 1846; 
.lames m. Clark, editor and publisher; claims 
1,000 circulation. 
BAXJLSTOIV SPA, Rallston Democrat; 
Thursdays; democratic; tour pages; size 
24x36; subscription $2; established 1865; W. 
S. Waterbury, editor and publisher; claims 
600 circulation. 
BALLSTOA SPA, Rallston Journal ; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 28x41; sub- 
scription $2; established 1808; H. L. Grose, 
editor; II. L. Grose iV- Son, publishers. 

BATAVIA, Progressive Batavian; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion. $2; established 1868; B. 8. Lewis, editor 
and publisher. 

BATAVIA, Republican Advocate; weekly; 
republican; four pages; size 26x 10 ; subscrip- 
tion si: established 1811; Daniel D. Waite, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

BATAVIA, Spirit of tile Times; Saturdays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 27x42; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1819; Henry Todd, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,250 circulation. 

BATH, Steuben Farmers' Advocate ; Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; four pages: size 29x44; 
subscription $1 50; established 1815; Under- 
bill & De Wolfe, editors and publishers; 
claims 3,500 circulation. 

BATH, Steuben Courier ; "[Wednesdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription 
$2; established 1843; Hull & Barnes, editors 
and publishers. 

BELMOST Republican; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x30; subscription $2; 
established 1808; E. S. Barnard, editor and 
publisher. 

BIlVtJHA>ITO:V Republican; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and Broome Republi- 
can, Wednesdays ; republican ; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily 25x40, 
weekly 33x45 ^subscription — daily $7 50. week- 
ly $175; established— daily 1848, weekly 1822; 
Jas. Malette, editor; Malette & Reid, publish- 
ers; claims daily 970, weekly 3,200 circulation. 

BIJYGHAJITOW' Democrat ; every evening 
except Sunday, and "Weekly, Thursdays: dem- 
ocratic; fourpages; size — daily 23x32, weekly 
27x41; subscription — daily $7, "weekly 82: es- 
tablished 1847; Wm. S. & George L. Lawyer, 
publishers and proprietors. 

BIIV(;iIAlITOA T Standard; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; eight pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription 
$1 75: established 1852; Alvin Sturtevant, edit- 
or and publisher. 

BIA't;iIA31TO.\, City Advertiser ; monthly ; 
fourpages: size 18x24; established 1808; Wil- 
liams <£ Boss, editors and publishers ; adver- 
tising sheet with 5,000 gratuitous circulation. 

BLOO.H VILLE MiiTor ; Tuesdays; independ- 
ent; fourpages; size 18x24; subscription $1 ; 
established 1851 ; S. B. Champion, editor and 
publisher; claims $2,500 circulation. 

BOOAVILEE, Black River Herald; Thurs- 
days : republican ; four pages : size 23x33 : sub- 
scription $1 50: established 1855; II. P. Willard, 
editor and proprietor. 

BROCKPORT Republic; Thursdays: repub- 
lican; fourpages: size .'sxll : subscription $2; 
established 1850; Horatio X. Beach, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 

RROOHLYJf Eagle ; every evening except 
Sunday; democratic: fourpages; size 29x42; 
subscription $8; established 1841; I. Van An- 
den, publisher and proprietor; claims the 
largest circulation of any evening paper in 
the United States. *r 

BROOKLTK Programme ; every day except 
Sunday; fourpages; size 19x24; established 
1803; L. £. L. Briggs, editor and publisher; a 
theatrical programme and advertising sheet, 
with gratuitous circulation. 

BROOKLYN E. D. Times ; every day except 
Sunday: fourpages: size 24x30; Geo* C. Ben- 
nett, editor and publisher. 

BROOHEY\ T , X'nion ; every morning and 
evening except Sunday: republican; four 
pages; size— morning 19x27, evening 29x42 



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subscription— morning $3, evening $8; estab- 
lished— morning 1S07, evening 1S03; Brooklyn 
Union Association, editors and publishers; 
combined circulation '25,000. 
BROOKLY1V, Argus; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 23x32; subscription $1 50; 
established 1808; Henry McCloskey, editor; 
James P. Kenyon, associate editor; Donevan 
& Nichols, publishers. 
BKOOHL\'3(, People's Journal ; Saturdays; 
independent; eight pages; size 32x10; sub- 
scription $2; established 1866; Rev. Rufus L. 
Perry, editor: published by the African 
Civilization Society; claims "to be the only 
paper whose compositors, managers and edit- 
ors are colored. 
BROOKLYN, Progress ; (see New York City.) 
BROOKLYN Standard ; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 24x38; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1859; Charles Del Vecchio, editor and 
publisher. 
BROOHLYiV Journal ; monthly; twenty -four 
pages; size 9x12; subscription $2; established 
1SM8 ; S. F. Hathaway, editor and publisher. 
BUFFALO, Commercial Advertiser; every 
evening except Sunday; Tri- Weekly, Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Patriot 
and Journal, Wednesdays ; republican: four 
pages: size 29x46; subscription — daily $10, tri- 
weekly $5, weekly 81 50; established 1820; 
Matthews & Warren, editors and publishers. 
BUFFALO, Courier; every morning except 
Sunday, and Courier and Republic, every 
evening except Sunday; Weekly, Wednes- 
days ; democratic : four pages ; size — morning 
30x46, evening 21x30, weekly 28x12: subscrip- 
tion—morning $10, evening $6, weekly 81 50; 
established 1835; Joseph Warren and' David 
Gray, editors; J. Warren & Co.. publishers; 
claims morning $4,000, evening 1,500, weekly 
2.500 circulation. 
BUFFALO Express; every morning and 
evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size — daily 
29x46, weekly 28x43; subscription — morning 
$10, evening' $8, weekly $1 50; established 
1847; Express Printing Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 
BUFFALO Post; every evening except Sun- 
day; democratic; four pages; size 21x28; es- 
tablished 1850; Geo. J. Bryan, editor and pro- 
prietor. 
BUFFALO, Telegraph ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday and Monday : Weekly, Tues- 
days, and Gazette, Sundays; German; re- 
publican; four pages; size — daily and Sunday 
24x36, weekly 28x12; subscription— daily 87 75, 
weekly $2, Sunday Gazette $2; established — 
daily and weekly 1845, Gazette 1893; Julius 
Vordtriede. editor; Ph. H. Bender, publisher; 
claims daily 3,300, weekly 5,200, and Sunday 
3,'iOO circulation. 
BUFFALO, Advocate ; Thursdays ; method- 
ist; republican; four pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1851; Sandford Hal- 
bert, editor and publisher. 
2SUFFALO, Aurora; Fridays; German, cath- 
olic; eight pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2 50; established 1851; Christian Wiecktnann, 
editor and publisher; claims 4,200 circulation. 
BUFFALO, Pie Welt; (no report.) 
BUFFALO, Freie Presse ; (no report.) 
BUFFALO, L'Phare des Lacs; Fridays; 
•French; independent; sixteen pages; size 
21x36; subscription $2; established 1857; 
Claude Petit, editor and publisher; claims 
4,000 circulation. 
BUFFALO, United Irishman ; Saturdays; 
eight pages; size 28x42; subscription $2*50; 
established 1868; P. O'Day, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
BUFFALO, Excelsior ; monthly ; sixteen 
pages; size of page 8x11; subscription $1; es- 
tablished lS'iO ; W. T. Horner, editor and pub- 
lisher; devoted to temperance, morality, lit- 
erature and fashions. 
BUFFALO Medical Gazette; monthly; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
lished 1866-;_ Hall & Pierce, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 5,000 circ illation. 



BUFFALO, Medical and Surgical Journal ; 

monthly; Julius F. Miner, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
BUFFALO, Herald of Truth; [no report.) 
BUFFALO, Sunday School Standard ; (no 

report.) 

BUFFALO, Young Ladies' Friend; (no re- 
port.) 

BIRDETT, Local Visitor; Wednesdays ; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 16x22; subscription 
$1 ; established is ,7 : Montrose St. John, editor 
and publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

CAMBRIDGE, Washington Co. Post; Fri- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1788; J. S. Smart, 
editor and publisher; circulation 1,200. 

CAMPEIV Journal; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x3'); subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1804; J. H. Hunger, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 

CAIVAJOHARIE, New York State Radii 
and Deaf Mutes Journal ; Thursdays : four 
pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; established 
1836; J. Arkell, editor; L. S. Bacchus, publisher. 

CAIVAJOHARIE Raflii and Tax Payers' 
Journal ; Thursdays; four pages; size 28x42; 
subscription $2; established 1836; James Ar- 
kell, editor; Leonard F. Allen, publisher. 

CAJVAIVOAIGUA, Ontario Repository and 
Messenger; Wednesdays: democratic ; four 
pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; established 
1803; J. J. Mattison, editor and publisher; 
claims 1 .200 circulation. 

CAjVA1V»AI«UA, Ontario Co. Times ; Wed- 
nesdays ; republican: four pages; size 27x11; 
subscription $2; established 1852; N. J. Milli- 
ken, editor and publisher; claims 1,500 circu- 
lation. 

CABfASTOTA Herald; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 25x37; subscription 81 50; established 181)0; 
J. Greenhow & Son, editors and publishers. 

CAJTDOR Press; Fridays: independent; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; established 
1868; J. D. Mandeville, editor and publisher; 
claims 500 circulation. 

CASTOM, St. Lawrence Plain P/ealer; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; 
subscription $1 50; established 1856; S. P. 
Remington, editor and publisher. 

CARMEL, Putnam Co. Courier ; Saturdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1840; James D. Little, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

CARMEL, tileneida Monitor; Fridays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
81 50: established 1858; A.J. Hicks, editor and 
publisher. 

CARMEL, Pasquinade ; first and fifteenth of 
each month; four pages; size 12x10; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1867; II. A. Fox and 
H. Ryder, editors ; Fox Brothers, publishers; 
claims 300 circulation. 

CARTHAGE Republican ; Tuesdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages: size 22x32; subscription 
$125; established I860; Marcus Bickford, ed- 
itor; Wilbur & Co., publishers; circulation 750. 

CATSISILL Examiner ; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 26x38; subscription $2; 
established 1830 ; M. H. Trowbridge, editor and 
publisher. 

CATSKILL, Recorder and Democrat; Fri- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2 25: established 1803; J. B. Hall, 
editor and publisher. 

CAZEIVO VI A Republican ; Wednesdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 18.54; Forte Bros., editors and 
publishers. 
CHAMPLAIIV, Le Charivari ; Fridays ; 
French and English ; eight pages; size 18x24; 
subscription $1 50; T. H. N. Lambert, editor; 
A. N. Merchant, publisher. 
CHAMPLAIIV Journal ; Wednesdays ; neu- 
tral ; four pages ; size 24x35 : subscription $2 ; 
established 1805; A. N. Merchant, editor and 
publisher. 
CHATEALWAY Journal ; Wednesdays ; inde- 
pendent ; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1867; I. Van Buskirk and C. H. 
Boynton, editors; I. Van Buskirk, publisher. 



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CHATHAM FOl'B CORNERS, Chatham 
Courier) Thursdays; four pages; size 26x40; 
subscription si 50; established 1868; (.'. 15- Can- 
field, editor and publisher. 
(I,i\to.\ Courier] Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $160; es- 
tablished 1846; M. D. Raymond, editor and 
p ubl isher. 
CLYDE Times; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription |2; established 
18 10; .lames m. Scarritt, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,800 circulation. 
cohlkskile Index; Wednesdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; Bize 23x32; subscription 
$1 2.">: established 1866; Win. H. Weeks, editor 
and publisher. 
COEYMANS Gazette; Wednesdays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 21x30; subscription si 50; 
established L863; MeKee & Springstead, edit- 
ors and publishers; claims 600 circulation. 
Coiioks Cataract; Saturdays; independent; 
four pages; size 29x44; subscription *2: estab- 
lished 1849; A. S. Baker & Co., editors and 
publishers. 
COLD SPRING Recorder; Saturdays; neu- 
tral ; four pages ; size 22x32; subscription $2; 
established 1866; S. B. Allis, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
COOPKRSTOWS, Freeman's Journal; dem- 
ocratic: tour passes; size 29x46 ; subscription 
$2; established 1808; Samuel M. Shaw, editor 
and publisher; claims 2,500 circulation. 
COOPKRSTOWX, Republican and Demo- 
crat; Saturdays; republican; four pages; size 
28x42 : subscription $2 ; established 1828; James 
I. Hendryx and A. G. Parker, editors ; James 
I. Hendryx, publisher; claims 2,421 circula- 
tion. 
COR.\IXG Democrat; Thursdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages: size 24x36; subscription $1 50; 
established is,",?; F. B. Browne and Daniel E. 
l)e Voe, editors; F. B. Brown & Co., publish- 
ers; claims 9JfO circulation. 
CORM,\<; Journal; Thursdays: republican; 
four pages ; size 27x11 ; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1846; Geo. W. Pratt, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
CORTLA5TD Democrat ; Fridays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 21x38; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1864; Benton B. Jones, editor and 
publisher. 
CORTLAND, Gazette and Banner; Satur- 
days; republican; eight pages; size 27x38; 
subscription §2; established 1861; Charles P. 
Cole, editor and publisher. 
CORTLAXD, Cortland Co. Standard ; Tues- 
days : republican; four pages; size 28x42; sub- 
scription $2; established 18(57; Francis G. Kin- 
ney, editor and publisher. 
CONSACKIE Sews ; Thursdays; neutral ; four 
pages; size 23x32; subscription :sl 50; estab- 
lished 1867; Charles C. Giles, editor; Giles & 
Franklin, publishers; claims 500 circula- 
tion. 
CUBA True Patriot; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 23x33; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 18 !2: Frank 1 1. stebbins, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 800 circulation. 
DANSYIEEE, Advertiser; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2; established I860; A. O. Bunnell, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 
DAXSVIEEE Express; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; 
established is.-,u; Robbing & Poore, editors and 
publ isher s : claims 700 circulation. 
DANSVIEEE, Laws of Life ; (no report.) 
DELHI, Delaware Express; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 23x32; subscrip- 
tion .si 50: established 18,59; Norwood Bowne, 
editor and publisher. 
DELHI, Delaware Gazette; Wednesdays; 
democratic: four pages; size 23x33; subscrip- 
tion |2; established 1819; Anthony M. Paine, 
edi tor a nd publisher; claims 800 circulation. 
DEEIII, Delaware Republican; Saturdays; 
republican: four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $1 .50; established I860; Mcintosh & Eve- 
land, editors and publishers; claims 1,000 cir- 
culation. 



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DEPOSIT Courier i Fridays; republican; four 

pages; size 24x36; subscription si 60; estab- 
lished L862; Blunt & Smith, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 800 circulation. 

DHYDEN Weekly Wew» % Thursdays; repub- 
lican: eight paxes; size 27x41; subscription 
s2; established 1858; A Clapp, editor ancf pub- 
lisher; circulation 1,500. 

DUNDEE Expositor; Thursdays: republican; 
four pages; size 27x4(1; subscription ifl 60; es- 
tablished lsi;7; Thomas Robinson & Brother, 
editors and publishers. 

DUNDEE Record; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription s2; estab- 
lished 1842; James M. Westcott, editor and 
publisher. 

DUNKIRK, Advertiser and Union ; Fridays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 30x46; subscrip- 
tion $2; established — Advertiser 1851, Union 
I860; consolidated 1868; Benton &Cushing, ed- 
itors and publishers; published simultane- 
ously at Dunkirk anil Fredonia. 

DUNKIRK, Chautauqua Farmer; Wednes- 
days; agricultural; four pages; size 14x20 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1869; J. M. Lake, 
editor and publisher. 

DUNKIRK, Journal; Fridays: republican) 
eij4'hf pages; size 27x12; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1849; Willard A. Cobb, editor and 
publisher. 

EAST NEW TORK, Sentinel; Saturdays; 
four pages; size 21x28; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished I860 ; M.Cooper, editor and publisher. 

EAST SETAl'HET, Eons? Island Star; 
Thursdays; republican; lour pages; siz'e. 
28x42; subscription $2 50; established 1865; 
James S. Evans, Jr., editor and publisher. 

EDGEWATER, Staten Island Leader ; Sat- 
urdays ; democratic; four pages; size 21x36; 
subscription §2; established 1860; P.H.Gill, 
editor and publisher. 

ELIZABETHTOWNPost; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 21x35; subscription 
ftl 50; established I860; A. C. H. Livingston, 
editor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

EEEENVIEEE Journal; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription 
$2; established 1819; Taylor & Haight, editors 
and publishers. 

ELL1COTTVILLE, Cattaraugus Union ; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size. 
23x33; subscription $2; established 1853; it. 
H. Thankland, editor and publisher; claims 
600 circulation. 

ELMIRA Advertiser ; eveiy morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays ; republican ; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size 
27x12; subscription — daily $9, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1853: Fairman, Caldwell & Thurston, 
editors and publishers. 

ELHIRA Gazette ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and Weekly, Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size — daily 24x36, weekly 28x12; 
subscription— daily $8, weekly $2; established 
JSM; L. A. & C. Hazard, editors and publish- 
ers; claims daily 1,100, weekly 1,500 circulation. 

EI.tHRA, Saturday Evening Review ; Sat- 
urdays; independent; eight pages; size 28x42; 
subscription §3; established 1869; Wheeler & 
Watts, editors and publisher. 

ELXIRA, Bistoury ; quarterly; eight pages; 
size 24x36; an advertising sheet. 

FAYETTEVIEEE, Recorder; Thursdays; 
neutral; four pages: size 21x36; subscription 
SI 50; established 1866; F. A. Darling, editor 
and publisher; claims 900 circulation. 

FISIIKIEE Journal ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 27x42; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1856; G. W. Owen, editor and publisher. 

FISIIKIEE EANDING, Fish kill Standard ; 
Saturdays; independent; four pages; size 
24x26; subscription $2; established 1842; J. W. 
Spaight, editor anil publisher. 

FLUSHING Times ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Eong Island Times, Thurs- 
days; independent; four pages; size — daily 
19x26, weekly 28x12; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $2; established — daily 18'!5, weekly 
1855; Walter R. Hurling, editor and publisher; 
claims daily 500, weekly 2,000 circulation. 



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FLISHISG Journal ; Saturdays ; independ- 
ent ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1842; Charles R. Lincoln, editor 
and publisher. 

FOXDA, Mohawk Valley Democrat; Satur- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1842; Richard Van 
Antwerp, editor; Freeman & Van Antwerp, 
publishers ; claims 900 circulation. 

FORT EDWABD Gazette ; Fridays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 22x33 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 18.54; PI. T. Blanchard, edit- 
or and publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

FORT PLAIN, Mohawk Valley Register; 
Fridays ; neutral ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1840; Angell Mat- 
thewson, editor and publisher; claims 1,325 
circulation. 

FRANKLIN Register; Tuesdays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $1 50; 
established 1868; D.A.Hitchcock, editor and 
publisher. 

FREDOSIA Advertiser arid Union ; (see 
Dunkirk.) 

FKEDOS1A Censor; Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 20x41; subscription 62: 
established 1821; W. McKinstry & Son, editors 
and publishers; claims 1,050 circulation. 

FREDONIA, Active Christian; monthly; 
twelve pages octavo; subscription 50 cents; 
established 1868; Rev. O. C. Payne, editor and 
publisher. 

FULTON Patriot and Gazette ; Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 27x41; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1856; Bennett Brothers, 
editors and publishers. 

FULTON VILLE, Montgomery Co. Repub- 
lican; Tuesdays : republican ; four pages ; size 
28x42; subscription $2; established lsui; T. II. 
Horton, editor and publisher; claims 1,000 cir- 
culation. 

GEXESEO, Genesee Valley Herald; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 23x33; sub- 
scription §1 50; established 1868; J as. W.Clem- 
ent, editor and publisher. 

GESESEO, Livingston Republican ; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 20x39 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1837; A. T. Norton, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,150 circulation. 

GEXEVA Courier ; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1830; R. li. Adams & Son, editors and 
publishers. 

GEXEVA Gazette ; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 26x41; subscription $2; established 
1809; S.H.Parker, editor and publisher; claims 
1,100 circulation. 

GLEXCOVE Gazette; Saturdays; independ- 
ent ; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; 
established 1857; E. M. Lincoln, editor and 
publisher. 

GLEN'S FALLS Messenger ; Fridays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x38; subscription 
$1 50; established 1856; Norman Cole, editor 
and publisher; claims 864 circulation. 

GLEA T| S FALLS Republican; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1843; H. M. Harris, editor 
and publisher. 

GLOVERSVILLE I»einocrat ; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1868 ; A. S. Botsford, editor 
and publisher. 

GLOVERSVILLE Intelligencer; Wednes- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1867; Geo. M. Thomp- 
son, editor and publisher. 

GLOVERS VILE Standard; Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 25x37; subscription 
$2; established 1856; J. Van Slyke, editor and 
publisher; circulation 2,800. 

GOSHES Democrat ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2 ; Chas. 
Mead & Son, editors and publishers. 

GOSHEX, Independent Republican; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 29x46 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1813; James J. Mc- 
Nally, edito r an d publisher. 

GOUVERNEUR, Northern Recorder and 
Mercantile Advertiser ; Thursdays ; repub- 



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lican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$1 50 ; established 1806 ; Miss Melvena M. Smith, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

GOUVERNEUR Times; Saturdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $1 50 ; 
established 1S64; F. E. Merritt, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

GRANVILLE Wews; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1865; W. Morhous, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

GREEXE, Chenango American; Thursdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $1 50 ; established 1855 ; Denison & Roberts, 
editors and publishers; claims 800 circula- 
tion. 

GREEXPORT, Republican Watchman ; 
Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $1 50; established 1826: Henry A. 
Reeves, editor and publisher; claims 850* cir- 
culation. 

GREENPORT, Suffolk Weekly Times; 
Thursdays; independent; four pages; size 
21x34; subscriptions-^; established 1837; Buell 
(t. Davis, publisher. 

GREENWICH, People's Journal; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1841 ; H. C. Page, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

GROTON Journal ; Fridays; republican ; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1866; H. C. Marsh, editor and publisher; 
claims 860 circulation. 

HAMILTON, Democratic Repuldican ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pases : size 25x36 ; 
subscription $2; established 1834; Edward D. 
Van Slyck, editor and publisher. 

HAMILTON, Democratic Volunteer; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 22x32; 
subscription $1 50; established 1804; G. R. Wal- 
dron, editor; G. R. Waldron & Son, publishers; 
claims 1.500 circulation. 

HAMILTON, Madisonensis ; every alternate 
Saturday; four pages; size 14x21 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1868; Students of .Madison 
University, editors; E. D. Van Slyck, pub- 
lisher. 

HAVANA Journal ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 28x41; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1849; A. G. Ball, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,100 circulation. 

HAVERSTRAW, Rockland Co. Messenger; 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1846; Robert Smith, 
editor and publisher. 

HEMPSTEAD Inqnuer; Fridays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $1 50; 
established 1831 ; Daniel Clark, editor; Thomas 
H. Rhodes, publisher. 

HEMPSTEAD, Queens Co. Sentinel : Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x30; sub- 
scription SI 50; established 1858; Lott Van De 
Water, editor and publisher. 

HERKIMER Democrat; Wednesdays: dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2; established 1842; C. C. Witherstine, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,700 circulation. 

HOLLET Bulletin; semi-monthly ; four 
pages; size 18x24; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1869; J. Densmore, editor and publisher. 

HOMER, Cortland Co. Republican ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1812; J. R. Dixon, 
editor and publisher; claims 820 circulation. 

HONEOVE FALLS Free Press; monthly; 
four pages ; size 19x24 ; subscription 50 cents ; 
established 1863; S. F. Jory, editor and pub- 
lisher iclaims 500 circulation. 

HORNELLSVILLE, Canisteo Val'y Times; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; 
subscription $2; established 1807; Thacher & 
Tuttle, editors and publishers. 

HORSEHEADS Journal ; Fridays; republi- 
can: eight pages; size 23x30; subscription $2; 
established 1860; Charles Hinton, editor and 
publisher. 

HUDSON Evening Register; every evening 
except Sunday, and Hudson Gazette, Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size — daily 
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weekly $2; established— daily 1866, weekly 
1823; Williams A Chirk, editors and publishers; 
claims— daily 1,200, weekly 8,600 circulation. 

HUDSON Star ; every evening except Sunday, 
and Weekly, Wednesdays; Independent; 
four pages; size— daily 24x38, weekly 28x42; 
subscription — daily $6, weekly $1 25: estab- 
lished—daily 1847, weekly 1836; Alex N. Webb, 
editor and publisher; claims daily uoo circu- 
lation. 

HUDSON, Colnml)ia Republican; Tuesdays ; 
r 'publican; four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $i 50; established 1828; Bryan & Webb, 
editors and publisher--. 

Jl!i»H<"\ Gazette; (see Evening Register.) 

HlSTl.\«;TO.\, Long Islander; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36: subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1839; George H. Shepard, 
editor; Geo, H. Shepard & Co., publishers; 
Claims 700 circulation. 

5ir.\TIX«TOA, Suffolk Rulletin ; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $2: established 1848; Jesse L. smith, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

ILION, Herkimer Co. Citizen; Fridays; re- 
publican; four pages; size '24x30; subscription 
81 50; established 1864. 

ITHACA Democrat; Thursdays: democratic; 
Tour pages; size 27x42; subscription §'2; estab- 
lished 1863; Spencer & Williams, editors and 
publishers; claims 1,400 circulation. 

ITHACA, Ithacan; .Saturdays; independent; 
eight pages; size 26x38; subscription $1 75: es- 
tablished 1868; G. C. Bragdon, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ITHACA Journal; Tuesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 27x12; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1816; John H. Selkreg, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ITHACA, Leader; Saturdays; neutral; four 
pages; size 22x27; subscription §1 50; estab- 
lished 1808; W. A. Burritt, editor aud pub- 
lisher. 

ITHACA Cornell Era ; (no report.) 

ITHACA Eclectic; bi-monthly; four pages; 
size 14x22; subscription 50 cents; established 
1868; D. White, M. D., editor and publisher. 

JAMAICA, Long Island Democrat; Tues- 
days: democratic; four pages; size 23x32; sub- 
scription $2; established 1835; J. J. Brenton, 
editor and publisher. 

JAMAICA, Long Island Farmer ; Tuesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 23x32 ; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1819; Charles Welling, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 050 circulation. 

JAMAICA, Standard; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
lour pages; size 22x32; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1868 ; Win. I. Rose, editor. 

JAMESTOWN, Chautauqua Democrat ; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
28x42; subscription $2; established 1853 ; A. B. 
Fletcher and H. L. Lamb, editors; A. B. 
Fletcher, proprietor; claims 2,000 circulation. 

JA MESTOWai Journal; Fridays ; republican ; 
eight pages; size 32x46; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1825; C. E. Bishop, editor; A. M. Clark, 
publisher. 

JAMESTOWN, Chautauqua County Press ; 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; 
subscription $2; established 1808; J. T. Henry, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,000 circula- 
tion. 

JOHSiSTOWJf Independent ; Fridays ; repub- 
lican: four pages: size 25x30; subscription $2; 
established 1855 ; John D. Houghtaling, editor 
a nd publisher; claims 000 circulation. 

JOHASTOWA", Fulton Co. Democrat; (no 
report.) 

JOKDAA* Transcript; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 21x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1850; II. P.Winsor, editor and publisher; 
claims 7(iu circulation. 

KEESEVILEE, Essex County Republican ; 
Thursdays ; republican: four pages; size 29x40; 
subscription $2; established 1839; w. Lansing, 
editor: W. Lansing & Sons, publishers; print- 
ed at the office of the Plattaburgh Sentinel; 
claims 875 circulation. 

HI XDERHOOK, Columbia Co. Advertiser ; 
Saturdays; four pages; size 23x32; subscrip- 1 



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lion SI 50; established 1869; Willard Pond, 
editor and publisher. 

h!\i»i:ii!iooit. Rough Notes ; Saturdays; 
independent ; four pages; size 22x32 : subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1820; Willard Pond, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,120 circulation. 

Kingston Argus; Wednesdays ; democrat Ic ; 
four pages; size 28s 1 1 ; subscript ion ij2 ; estab- 
lished 1806; II. c Crouch, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

KINGSTON Journal; Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1840; Romeyn & Son, editors' and 
publishers. 

KINGSTON Press; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 26x38; subscription $1 75; es- 
tablished 1853; Daniel Bradbury, editor and 
publisher. 

KIX<;STO.\, Ulster Democrat; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1844; P. Harlow, editor 
and publisher. 

LANSINGRIRG Gazette; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 25x37; subscription §2; 
established 1704; Alexander Kirkpatrick, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

EE ROY Gazette; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 25x37 ; subscription §2 ; estab- 
lished 1827; Charles B. Thompson, editor and 
publisher; claims 900 circulation. 

LITTLE FALLS Gazette ; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion^; established 1803; Luce & Gilmore, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

LITTLE FALLS, Journal and Courier; 
Thursdays; republican; four pages; size 
28x41; subscription §2; established 1831; J. It. 
Stebbins, editor; J. R. & G. G. Stebbins, pub- 
lishers; claims 1,950 circulation. 

LITTLE VALLEY, Cattaraugus Republi- 
can; Thursdays; republican: four pages: size 
24x30; subscription §2; established 1867 ; A. 
W. Ferrin, editor and publisher; claims 750 
circulation. 

LOCKPORT Journal and Courier; every 
evening except Sunday, and Niagara Jour- 
nal, Wednesdays; republican; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily 27x41, 
weekly 32x44; subscription — daily $9, weekly 
$2; established 1851; M. C. Richardson, editor 
and publisher; circulation — daily 1,125, weekly 
1,800. 

LOCKPORT Fnion; every evening except 
Sunday, and Niagara Democrat, Saturdays ; 
democratic; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages; size 27x42; subscription — daily $8, 
weekly $2; established— daily 1800, weekly 
1821 ; R. M. Skeels and J. A. Woolcott, editors; 
J. A. Woolcott & Co., publishers; claims daily 
700, weekly 1,800 circulation. 

LONG ISLAND CITY Star; Fridays; inde- 
pendent ; four pages ; size 23x32; subscription 
§2; established 1805 ; Thomas H. Todd, editor 
and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

LOWVILLE, Journal and Republican ; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
20x40; subscription $2; established 1800; H. 
A. Phillips, editor and publisher; claims 
1,030 circulation. 
LOWVILLE, Lewis Co. Democrat ; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 28x44; sub- 
scription $2: established 1850; C. P. Manville 
and T. B. Phelps, editors; C. D. Manville & 
Co., publishers; claims 1,550 circulation. 
LYONS Republican ; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription £2 : estab- 
lished 1821; W. T. Tinsley, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
LYONS, Wayne Democratic Press ; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x30; sub- 
scription £2: established 1827; Wm. Van Camp, 
editor and publisher. 
MALONE, Franklin Gazette; Fridays: dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$150; established 1838; F.D.Flanders, editor 
and publisher. 
MALONE Palladium; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 27x41; subscription $2; 
established 1835; J. J. & J. K. Seaver, editors 
and publishers; claims 1,300 circulation. 



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MABATHOIV News; Thursdays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $1 25; 
established 1803; C. D. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

M1BGARETVILLE, XTtilitariaii ; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 19x20; sub- 
scription $1; established 1803; Henderson & 
Becker, editors and publishers; claims 800 
circulation. 

MARTiatSBURG, Boys' Journal; monthly; 
four pages; size 12x18; subscription 20 cents ; 
established 1808; A. B. Mereness, editor and 
publisher. 

MAYVILLE, Chautauqua Co. Republican ; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
21x38; subscription $2; established 1808; L. M. 
Patterson & Son, editors; W. L. Patterson, 
publisher. 

M AYVILLE Sentinel ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$1 50; established 1834; John P. Phelps, editor 
Mud publisher: claims 000 circulation. 

MAYVILLE, Rural Miscellany; monthly; 
four pages; size 21x30; subscription 75 cent's; 
established 1808; G. K. Dean, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MEDINA Tribune; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 20x30; subscription §2; estab- 
lished 1842; Samuel H. Clark, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

MEXICO Independent; Wednesdays; neu- 
tral; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$1 50; established 1801; Henry Humphries, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 925 circulation. 

MIDDLETOWN Mail ; every evening except 
Sunday; four pages; size 20x28; subscription 
$7 ; established 1809 ; I. F. Guiwits, editor and 
publisher. 

MIDDLETOWN Mercury; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2; established 1858; Norton & Montanye, ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 2,400 circula- 
tion. 

MiDDLETOn'X, Orange Co. Press; Fridays; 
republican; four pages'; size 30x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1851; M. D. Stevers, editor 
and publisher. 

MIDDLETOWN, Signs of the Times ; semi- 
monthly; baptist; twelve pages; size of page 
12x10; subscription $2; established 1832; Gil- 
bert Beebe, editor and publisher. 

MONTGOMERY Republican; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 28x44; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1804; Lester Winkfield, 
editor and publisher. 

MONTGOMERY Standard; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2; established 1800; Win. H. Smith, editor and 
publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

MONTGOMERY, Wallkill Valley Times; 
Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 20x40; 
subscription $2: established 1808; S. H. Sayer, 
editor and publisher. 

MONTICELLO, Republican Watchman ; 
Fridays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x38 ; 
subscription $2; established 1820; George M. 
Beebe, editor and publisher; claims 1,300 cir- 
culation. 

MONTICELLO, Sullivan Co. Republican; 
Fridays; republican; four pages; size 24x30; 
subscription $2 ; established i844 ; John Wal- 
ler, Jr., editor and publisher; claims 1,000 cir- 
culation. 
MORAVIA, Cayuga Co. Courier; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1803; A. H. Livingston, 
editor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 
MORRIS, Otsego Chronicle; Tuesdays; in- 
dependent; four pages; size 20x28; subscrip- 
tion $1 25; established 1805; Wm. A. Smith, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 400 circulation. 
MORRISANIA, Westchester Co. Journal; 
Fridays; four pages; size 24x38; subscription 
$2; established 1852; James Stillman, editor 
and publisher. 
MORRISANIA, Westchester Times ; Fri- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x38 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1865; I). B. Frisbee 
and Mrs. C. L. Hawley, editors; D. B. Frisbee 
& Co., publishers. 



MORRISANIA, Historical Magazine ; 

monthly; sixty -four pages ; size of page 7x10; 
subscription $5; established 1»57; II. B. Daw- 
son, editor and publisher. 

MORRISVILLE, Madison Observer ; (no re- 
port.) 

MOCNT MORRIS, TTnioii and Constitution; 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 21x 56 ; 
subscription $2; established 1848; H. Harding, 
editor and publisher. 

MOCNT VERNON, Village News; (no report ) 

NEWARK Courier; Thursdays ; neutral ;' four 
pages; size 24x38; subscription $2 ; established 
1855; J. L. Earll, editor and publisher; Jacob 
Wilson, proprietor. 

MEW BERLIN, Pioneer ; Saturdays ; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 23x30: subscription 
$1 25; established 1852; Joseph K. Fox, editor 
and publisher; claims 000 circulation. 

NEWBCRGII Journal ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size— daily 24x38, weekly 
20x44: subscription— daily $7, weekly $2; es- 
tablished— daily 1863, weekly 1829 ; C.B.Martin, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,100 daily, 1,200 
weekly circulation. 

NEWBCRGII Press ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; democrat- 
ic ; daily four pages, weekly eight pages ; size 
—daily' 24x32, weekly 20x41: subscription- 
daily '§7, weekly $2: established 1807; A. A. 
Beusel. editor and publisher. 

NEWRTRGH Times ; (no report ) 

NEWBCRGII, Wood's Household Advo- 
cate ; monthly ; sixteen pages ; size 20x41 : sub- 
scription 75 cents; established 1807; G.W.Bun- 
gay and Rev. W. Clouse, editors; S. S. Wood, 
publisher. 

NEW LEBANON. Literary Journal ; month- 
ly; eight pages; size 19x24 : subscription 25 cts; 
established 1808; Prof. H. Dnssauce and X. T. 
Bates, M. D., editors and publishers. 

NEW LEBANON, Journal of Materia 
Medica; monthly; thirty-two pages octavo ; 
subscription $1 ; Tilden & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

NEW PALTZ Independent; Thursdays: re- 
publican; four pages; size 2 'x3S: subscription 
$2 : established 1808 ; Charles T. Johnson, editor 
and publisher. 

NEW PALTZ Times; Thursdays; democrat- 
ic; lour pages; size 20x38; subscription §150; 
established 1800; Charles J. Ackert, editor and 
publisher; claims 900 circulation. 

NEW ROCHELLE Pioneer; Saturdays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size'24x29; subscription 
§2; established 1852; W. H. Dyott, editor and 
publisher. 

SEW YORK Abend Zeitunsr ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday ; Weekly, and Atlan- 
tische Blatter, Sundays; German; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x38 ; subscription — daily 
$8, weekly $8, Sunday $2; established 1800; 
Frederick' Rauchfuss, publisher and proprie- 
tor ; office 85 Bowery. 

NEW YORK, City; every morning except 
Sunday; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1809; Charles H. Sweet- 
ser,' editor and publisher; office 128 Fulton' 
street. 

NEW YORK Commercial Advertiser; every 
evening except Sunday, and New York Spec- 
tator, Thursdays; republican; four pages; 
size 32x47; subscription — daily $11, weekly 
$2; established 1794; Thurlow Weed, C. P. 
Dewey and H. J. Hastings, editors; Commer- 
cial Advertiser Association, publishers; office 
126 Fulton street. 

NEW YORK, Courier des Etats Fnis ; every 
morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Satur- 
days; French; democratic; daily four pages, 
we'ekly 20 pages; size of page— daily 18x24, 
weekly 12x18; subscription — daily $12, weekly 
$5; established 1828; Charles Lasalle, editor 
ami publisher; office 92 Walker street. 

NEW YORK, I>aily Bulletin ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday ; neutral : four pages; size 
10x22; subscription §0; established 1865; Daily 
Bulletin Association, editors and publishers; 
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XliW YORK, Daily Star; every morning; 
(bin pages; size 83x34 : subscription $6; estab- 
lished W68; John H.Webb, editor; John Hoop- 
er, publisher; claims to be an organ of labor 
Interests; circulation about 13,000; office -1 
Tryon Row. 

NEW YORK, Democrat ; every morning ex- 
oepl Sunday, and Pomeroy's Democrat, 
Wednesdays; democratic; daily four pages, 
weekly eighl pages; size— daily 23x36, weekly 
86x16; subscription— daily $6, weekly $2 50; 
established 1868; Mark M. Pomeroy, editor and 
proprietor; circulation about 7,000 daily and 
375,000 weekly; office sun Building, Printing 
House Square. 

HEW YORK Demokrat ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays, and 
Rcobaehtc'r am Hudson, Sundays; Ger- 
man; republican; eight pages; size— daily and 
Sunday 30x41; weekly 34x48; subscription— 
daily $9, daily and Sunday $10 50, weekly $3, 
weekly and Sunday $4 . r >0; established L846; 
P. Schwedler, editor and publisher; office 75 
Chatham street. 

SKW YORK, Evening Commonwealth; 
every evening except Sunday; four pases; 
size 24x37; subscription $6; established 1868; 
Dr. Marsland, editor: office 1 Barclay street. 

NEW YORK Evening Express; every even- 
ing except Sunday, Semi-Weekly, and 
Weekly; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x11 ; 
subscription— daily $9 50, semi-weekly $1, 
weekly $2; established 1836: J. & E. Brooks, 
editor's and publishers; office 13 & 15 Park 
Row. 

NEW YORK Evening >f ail ; every evening 
except Sunday; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $6; established 18(37; Evening Mail 
Association, editors and publishers; office 
229 Broadway. 

NEW YORK Evening Vost; every evening 
except Sunday, Semi- Weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays, and Weekly, Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pa.ses; subscription — daily $12, 
semi-weekly $4, weekly $2; established 1801 ; 
Wm. C. Bryant & Co., editors and publishers ; 
office 41 Nassau street. 

NEW YORK Eve nisig Press; every evening 
except Sunday ; four pages; size 18x23; estab- 
lished 1868; office 183 William street. 

NEW YORK Evening Telegram ; every 
evening except Sunday; four pages; size 
23x32; subscription $6; established 1867; 
Douglas A. Levien, editor; office i)7 Nassau St. 

NEW YORK Herald ; every morning, and 
Weekly, Saturdays; independent; eight and 
twelve pages; size of page 16x24; subscription 
— daily $12, weekly $2; James Gordon .Ben- 
nett, proprietor. An edition for Europe is is- 
sued every Wednesday ; subscription to Great 
Britain $4, and to the "Continent $(>, including 
postage. An edition for California is issued 
the 1st., 9th, 16th and 24th of each month; sub- 
scription $3; circulation daily about 05,000; 
office corner Broadway & Ann street. 

NEW YORK Journal; every morning, and 
Weekly, Saturdays; German; democratic; 
eight pages; size— daily 29x12, weekly 35x47; 
subscription — daily $9, weekly $2 50: estab- 
lished isi;i ; N. Y. Journal Association, editors 
and publishers; office 53 Chatham street. 

NEW YORK Journal of Commerce ; every 
morning except Sundays, Semi-Weekly, anil 
Weekly ; commercial ; four pages ; size 42x54 ; 
subscription— daily $15, semi-weekly $5, 
weekly $2 ; office 70 Beaver street. 

NEW YORK, Le >Iessager Franco Amer- 
icain ; every morning "except Sunday, and 
Weekly, Thursdays; French; republican; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size — 
daily 26x38, weekly 38x52; subscription — 
daily, $9, weekly $5; established 1859; L. 
Cortambert, editor; II de Mareil, proprietor; 
offlce 5i Liberty street. 

NEW YORK News; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays, democratic ; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size 
—daily 20x26, weekly 31x43; subscription- 
daily $3, weekly $2; I'.enj. Wood, editor and 
proprietor; offlce 19 City Hall Square. 



NEW YORK. 



NEW YORK, Season; every evening except 
Sunday; theatrical; four pages; size L5x23; 
established lsii7; Paul F. Nickerson. editor 
and publisher; a theatrical advertising me* 
dium, used as a programme ; offlce n Annst. 

NEW YORK, Skandenavisk Port; every 
morning except Sunday; Semi- Weekly, 
Tuesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, Tues- 
days; Soandinaven; democratic; daily and 
semi-weekly four pages, weekly eight pages; 
size — daily 24x34; subscription — daily $9, semi- 
weekly $:i, weekly $2; established— daily 1868, 
weekly 1857; Gustavus Obom, editor and pub- 
lisher; office 170 Chatham Square. 

NEW YORK StaatsZeitung; every morning 
except Sunday; Weekly, Wednesdays, and 
Sunday; German; democratic; eight pages; 
size .".1x44; subscription— daily $9, weekly $2, 
Sunday $2; established 1S34; Oswold Ottcn- 
dorfer, editor and publisher; circulation — 
daily 41,500, weekly 29,000, Sunday 42,300; office 
17 Chatham street. 

NEW YORK, Stage ; every evening except 
Sunday; theatrical; four jiages; size 15x22; 
established 1804; a theatrical advertising me- 
dium, used as a programme; claims 10,000 cir- 
culation; office Sun building, Printing House 
Square. 

NEW YORK, Sun; every morning except 
Sunday; Semi- Weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days, and Weekly, Saturdays; independent 
four pages; size 23x313; subscription— daily $6, 
semi-weekly $2, weekly $1; established 1833; 
Charles A.Dana, editor-in-chief; A. H. Bying- 
ton, publisher; circulation about 47,000; office 
Printing House Square. 

NEW YORK Times; every morning; Semi- 
Weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays, and Week- 
ly, Thursdays; republican; eight pages ; size 
33x47; subscription— daily $12, daily except 
Sunday $10, semi-weekly $5, Weekly $2; H.J. 
Raymond & Co., editors and publishers; cir- 
culation about 35,000 daily and 20,000 weekly: 
office Printing House Square. 

NEW YORK Transcript ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; legal; sixteen pages; size 28x39; 
subscription $0 ; claims to be the only daily 
law paper in the world; office 85 Centre st. 

NEW YORK Tribune ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday: Semi-Weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays, and Weekly, Wednesdays; republi- 
can; eight pages; size 37x48; subscription- 
daily $10, semi-weekly $4, weekly $2 : Tribune 
Co., editors and publishers; circulation about 
43,000 daily and 190,000 weekly; office corner of 
Spruce street and Printing House Square. 

NEW YORK, World ; every morning; Semi- 
Weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, 
Wednesdays; democratic; eight pages; size 
32x40; subscription— daily $12, daily except 
Sunday, $10, semi-weekly $4, weekly $2; Man- 
ton Marble, editor-in-chief; Nathan D. Bangs, 
publisher; circulation about 35,000 daily and 
75,000 weekly ; office 35 Park Row. 

MEW YORK, El Cronista ; semi-weekly; 
Wednesdays and Saturdays; Spanish; four 
pages; size 24x30; subscription $10; establish- 
ed 1848; Jose Ferrer de Couto, editor and pub- 
lisher ; claims 4,500 circulation ; office 53 Frank- 
lin Street. 

NEW YORK, Shipping and Commercial 
Eist; semi-weekly; Wednesdays and Satur- 
days ; commercial ; four pages ; size 32x48 : sub- 
scription $9; established 1795; S. C. Cornish, 
editor; Autens & Bourne, publishers; devoted 
exclusively to shipping and commercial af- 
fairs and prices current; office 58 Pine street. 

NEW T YORK, Shoe and Eeather Reporter ; 
semi-weekly; Mondays and Thursdays, and 
Weekly, Thursdays; eight pages; size 37x47; 
subscription— semi-weekly $6, weekly $3 50; 
Dexter & Co., editors and publishers ; devoted 
to the interest of shoe and leather dealers 
and manufacturers; issued simultaneously at 
New York, Boston and Philadelphia; New 
York office 17 Spruce street. 

NEW YORK, Albion; Saturdays; neutral; 
sixteen pages; size 33x46; subscription $B; es- 
tablished ls22; Kinahan Cornwallis, editor and 
publisher; office 39 Park Bow. 



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IVEW YORK, American Artisan ; Wednes- 
days; sixteen pages; size 25x39; subscription 
$2 50; established 1861; Brown, Coombs & Co., 
editors and publishers; devoted to mechanics, 
manufactures, mining, &c. ; circulation about 
5,000; office 189 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, American Baptist ; Tuesdays ; 
baptist; four pages; size 20x30; subscription 
$2; established 1844; Nathan Brown, Jno. Duer 
. and Rufus L. Perry, editors; John Duer, pub- 
lisher; office 37 Park Row. 

NEW YORK, American Chronicle of Sports 
and Pastimes ; Thursdays ; twelve pages ; size 
23x17; subscription S2 50; established 1807; H. 
Chadwick, editor; Thompson & Pearson, pub- 
lishers. 

NEW YORK, American Journal of Mining ; 
Saturdays; sixteen pages; size 23x10; subscrip- 
tion $4; established I860; Rossiter W. Ray- 
mond, editor; Western & Co.. publishers; 
claims 7,500 circulation ; devoted to engineer- 
ing, geology, &c. ; office 37 Park Bow. 

NEW YORK, American Railroad Journal ; 
Saturdays; twenty-eight pages; size of page 
9x11; subscription $5 ; established 1831; John 
H. Schultz, editor and publisher; devoted to 
commerce, finance, manufactures, &c; office 9 
Spruce street. 

NEW YORK, Amerikanischc Post ; Fridays; 
German; eight pages; size 24x34 ; subscription 
$4; established 1808; Geo. Degen, editor and 
publisher; a separate edition is published for 
transmission abroad ; office 51 Chatham street. 

NEW YORK, Army and Navy Journal ; Sat- 
urdays; sixteen pages; size 30x42; subscrip- 
tion 0; established 1804; W. C. & F. P. Church, 
editors and publishers ; devoted to matters of 
interest in relation to the regular and volun- 
teer forces ; circulation about 10,C0J ; office 39 
Park Kow. 

NEW YORK, Atlantische Blatter; (see 
Abend Zeitung.) 

NEW YORK Atlas; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 33x40; subscription $3; established 1833; 
Carleton M. Derrick, editor ; Anson Herrick & 
Sons, proprietors ; office 16 Spruce street. 

NEW YORK, Belletristisches Journal ; Fri- 
days ; German; independent; sixteen pages; 
size 35x51; subscription $5; established 1852; 
Rudolph Lexow, editor and publisher; de- 
voted to literature, art, science, politics and 
general news ; office 40 John street. 

NEW YORK, Beonachter am Hudson ; (see 
New Yorker Democrat.) 

NEW YORK Citizen ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages ; size 30x50 ; subscription $4 50 ; es- 
tablished 1804 ; H. Caulkins, editor and publish- 
er ; devoted to literature, politics, agriculture 
and current events ; office 32 Beekman St. 

NEW YORK, Christian Advocate; Thurs- 
days ; methodist ; eight pages ; size 34x40 ; sub- 
scription $2 50 ; established 1820 ; Daniel Curry, 
D. D., editor; W. H. DePuy, asistant editor; 
Carlton & Lanahan, publishers; circulation 
ibout 30.000; office 200 Mulberry street, 

NEW YORK, Christian Intelligencer; Thurs- 
days ; Dutch reformed church ; four pages ; size 
28x43; subscription $3; established 1830; E. R. 
Atwater, editor; Charles Van Wyck, pub- 
lisher; circulation about 8,000; office 103 Fulton 
street. 

NEW YORK, Christian leader; Saturdays; 
universalis! ; four pages ; size*59x43 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50 : established 1808 ; Rev. Geo. H. Emer- 
son, editor; Win. H. Harris, publisher's agent; 
circulation about 0,000; office 119 Nassau st. 

NEW YORK, Church Journal ; Wednesdays ; 
episcopal : eight pages ; size 27x37 ; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1852; Houghton & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers; circulation about 5,000; 
.rixrce 78 Cedar street. 

NEW YORK, Church Union; Saturdays; 
eisdit pages; size 39x55; subscription $2 50; 
established 1807; Henry E. Childs, publisher; 
circulation about 10,000; office 41 Park Bow. 

NEW YORK, Chimney Corner; Saturdays; 
literary; sixteen pages: size 33x45; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1861; Frank Leslie, pub- 
lisher ; claims 85,000 circulation ; office 537 Pearl 
street. 



NEW YORK. 



NEW YORK Clipper; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 35x40; subscription $5; established 1803; 
Frank Queen, editor and publisher; devoted 
to theatrical and sporting news; circulation 
about 10,000 ; office 22 Spruce street. 

NEW YORK Commercial and Financial 
Chronicle ; Saturdays; thirty-two pages; size 
of page 9x14; subscription $10; Wm. B.Dana 
& Co., editors and publishers; devoted to the 
commercial and industrial interests of the 
United States ; office 79 and 81 William street. 

NEW YORK Courier; Sundays; eight pages; 
33x40; established 1846; James L. Smith & Co.. 
editors and publishers ; office 9 Spruce street. 

NEW YORK Day-Book ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; eight pases; size 31x41; subscription 
$2; established 1851 ; VanEvrie, Horton & Co., 
editors and publishers : circulation about 
35,000; office 162 Nassau street. 

NEW YORK, Day's Doings ; Fridays ; six- 
teen pages; size 33x40; subscription $4; estab- 
lishedlSG7; James Watts & Co., editors and 
publishers. 

NEW YORK, Die Welt; weekly; German; 
literary; sixteen pages; size 24x35; subscrip- 
tion $5; George Degen, editor and publisher; 
office 51 Chatham street. 

NEW YORK, Dispatch; Sundays; eight 
pages; size 36x52; subscription $5; established 
1845; A. J. Williamson, editor and publisher; 
devoted to literature, politics, masonry and 
current events; the mail edition is printed 
Saturday morning; circulation 20,000; office 11 
Frankfort street. 

NEW YORK, Dry Goods Price Current; 
Tuesdays; thirty-two pages; size of page 4x0; 
subscription $5; P. R. Sabin, editor and pub- 
lisher; office 335 Broadway. 

HEW YORK, Emerald ; Saturdays; literary; 
sixteen pages; size 28x42; subscription $3 50; 
established 1867; D. Holland, editor; McBride 
& Marrat, publishers; office 8 Spruce street. 

HEW YORK, Episcopalian; Wednesdays; 
episcopal; eight pages; size 29x41; subscrip- 
tion $3 50; established 1800; Eev. Charles W. 
Quick, editor and publisher; published simul- 
taneously at New York and Philadelphia; 
New York office 3 Bible House. 

NEW YORK, Evangelist; Thursdays ; pres- 
byterian ; eight pages : size 33x40 ; subscription 
$3; established 1830; Field & Craighead, edit- 
ors and publishers; circulation about 15,000; 
office 5 Beekman street. 

NEW YORK, Examiner and Chronicle ; 
Thursdays; baptist ; eight pages ; size 33x46; 
subscription $2 50; Edward Bright & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers; circulation 20,000; office 
39 Park Bow. 

NEW YORK, Fireside Companion ; Wednes- 
days; literary; eight pages; size 29x44; sub- 
scription $3; established 1800; George Munro, 
editor and publisher; office 118 William st. 

NEW YORK, Frank Leslie's Boys' and 
tiirls' Weekly; Wednesdays; sixteen pages; 
size 27x30 ; subscription $2 50 : established 1803 : 
Frank Leslie, publisher; an illustrated journal 
of amusement, adventure and instruction; 
claims 27.000 circulation: office 537 Pearl st. 

NEW YORK, Frank Leslie's Illustrated 
Newspaper; Saturdays; literary; sixteen 
pages; size 33x46; subscription $4; Frank 
Leslie, publisher; claims 70,000 circulation; 
office 537 Pearl street. 

NEW YORK, Frank Leslie's Illustrate 
Zeitung; Saturdays; German; literary; six- 
teen pages; size 33x46; subscription $4; es- 
tablished 1846; Frank Leslie, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 25,000 circulation; office 537 
Pearl street. 

HEW YORK, Freeman's Journal & Catho- 
lic Register ; Saturdays ; catholic ; eight 
pages; size 33x40; subscription $3 ; established 
1840; Jas. A. McMaster, editor and publisher; 
claims 18,000 circulation ; office 5 Trvon Bow. 

NEW YORK Handel's Zeitung ; Thursdays ; 
German; sixteen pages; size 35x50; subscrip- 
tion $10; established 1851; M. Meyer, editor- 
in-chief; New York Handel's Zeitung Asso- 
ciation, publishers; devoted to commerce, 
finance and politics; office 48 Pme street. 



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NEW YORK, Harper's Bazar) Saturdays; 
sixteen pages; Size 33x46; subscription $4; 
established 1868; Harper & Brothers, editors 
and publishers; devoted to literature and 
fashions; circulation about 70,000; office Frank- 
lin Square. 
NEW rORK, Harper's Weekly i Saturdays; 
literary; sixteen pages; size 33x46; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1859; Harper and Brothers, 
editors and publishers; circulation about 
UHi.ooo; office .'Wl Pearl street. 
NEW YORK, Heart Si and Home ; Saturdays ; 
sixteen pages; size 33x46; subscription $4; 
established 1869; Donald G. Mitchell and Har- 
riet Beecher Stowe, editors; Pettengill, Bates 
& Co., publishers; devoted to literature, agri- 
culture, hort iculture and general intelligence ; 
Office .17 Park Row. 
NEW YORK, Hebrew Lender; Fridays; 
.Jewish; eight pages; size 29x42; subscription 
S3: ISondi A: Solomon, editors and publishers; 
claims to be the largest, cheapest, best and 
most widely circulated Jewish paper in the 
world; office 23 Ann street. 
NEW YORK Herald of Life ; Wednesdays; 
a Iventist; four pages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1863; George Storrs, ed- 
itor; Life and Advent Union, publishers. 
NEW YORK, Hide anil Leather Interest ; 
Wednesdays; eight pages; size 28x42; sub- 
scription S3; established 1866; Lendrum & Ed- 
monds, editors and publishers; office 75 Gold 
st reet. 
NEW YORK Home Gazette; Saturdays; 
eight pages; size 20x38; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1859; Col. Hankins, editor; Haitians 
& Son, publishers; office 1 Park Place. 
NEW YORK, Home Journal ; Wednesdays; 
literary; four pages: size 20x43: subscription 
S3: established 1845; Morris, Phillips & Co., 
editors and. publishers ; claims 20,000 circula- 
tion; office 3 Park Place. 
NEW YORK, Illustracion Americana ; Wed- 
nesdays; Spanish; sixteen pages; size 33x40; 
subscription 612; Frank Leslie, publisher; of- 
fice 537 Pearl street. 
NEW YORK, Illustrated Western World ; 
Saturdays; literary; eight pages; size 28x41; 
subscription $3; established 1869; French & 
Wheat, editors and publishers; the only pub- 
lication having its illustrations printed in 
colors; office 122 Nassau street. 
NEW YORK, Independent ; Thursdays ; 
eight pages; size 43x50; subscription $2 50; 
established 1848; Theodore Tilton, editor; 
Henry C. Bowen, publisher; the largest re- 
ligious weekly in America; circulation about 
68,000 : office 3 Park Place. 
NEW YORK, Insurance and Real Estate 
Journal; Saturdays; eight pages; size 27x37; 
subscription $3; established 1863; T. & J. Sla- 
tor, editors and publishers ; claims 4,500 circu- 
lation ; office <J7 Nassau street. 
NEW YORK, Internal Revenue Record 
and Costoms Journal; Saturdays; eight 
pages; size 19x24; subscription $5 ; established 
1865; Philip VR. Van Wyck, editor and pub- 
lisher; a weekly register of U. S. official reve- 
nue and costoms decisions; office 95 Liberty 
street. 
NEW YORK, Irish American ; Tuesdays; 
four pages; size 29x43; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1849; Lynch, Cole & Meehan, edit- 
ors and publishers; devoted to Irish nation- 
ality and the advancement of the Irish race; 
claims 34,500 circulation. 
NEW YORK, Irish Citizen ; Saturdays : eight 
pages; size 29x43; subscription S3: established 
1867; John Mitchel, editor and publisher; 
office 116 Nassau street. 
NEW YORK. Irish People ; Saturdays; eight 
pages; Bize 28x42; subscription $2 50; estab- 
lished 1863; John O'Mahony, editor: devoted 
to news, politics and literature; office 280 
Pearl street. 
NEW YORK, Irish Republic; Tuesdays; 
sixteen pages; size 32x1-5; subscription S5; es- 
tablished L867; David Bell and Michael Scan- 
bin, editors: Republic News Co., publishers; 
office lf>4 Nassau street. 



NEW 7 YORK, Iron Age; Thursdays; eight 

pages; size .".7xis; subscription si; estab- 
lished 1863; John Williams, editor; David 
Williams, publisher; devoted to the iron ami 
hardware trade, prices current,' &c. ; office so 
P.eeknian street . 

NEW YORI4, Jewish Messenger; Fridays; 
Jewish; eight pages; Bize 29x43; subscription 
$5; Rev. S. M. Isaacs ,v Sons, editors and pub- 
lishers; circulation 2,300; office 243 Broadway. 

NEW YORK Katholisehe Kerchen 'f.i i- 
tung; Thursdays; German: catholic; eight 
pages; size 26x38; subscription $2 50; estab- 
lished 1810; Prof. M. Ortel, editor; Benzeiger 
Brothers, publishers; claims 5,000 circulation. 

NEW YORK Leader; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 36x50; established 1854; De Witt Van Hu- 
ron, editor; Leader Association, publishers; 
office 11 Frankfort street. 

NEW YORK Ledger ; Saturdays ; eight pages ; 
size 29x41; subscription S3; established 18 14; 
Robert Bonner, publisher and proprietor; de- 
voted to literature, romance, the news and 
commerce ; office corner William & Spruce sts. 

New YORK, Le Nouveau Monde ; Wednes- 
days; French; sixteen pages; size 30x43; sub- 
scription $3; established 1868; H. P. Sampers, 
editor and publisher; devoted to literature, 
polities, agriculture and current events ; office 
91 Walker street. 

NEW YORK, Le Eco d' Italia ; Fridays; Ital- 
ian; four pages; size 23x30; subscription SO; 
established 1849; G. F. S. de Casali, editor and 
publisher. 

NEW YORK, Liberal Christian; Wednes- 
days; unitarian ; eight pages: size 33x40; sub- 
scription S3; established 1845; Rev. W. T. 
Clarke, editor ; J. N. Hallock, publisher ; claims 
8,500 circulation ; office 82 & 84 Nassau street. 

NEW YORK, Literary Album ; Satursdays; 
literary; sixteen pages; size 33x46; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1866; Street & Smith, edi- 
tors and publishers; claims 20,000 circulation. 

NEW YORK Mackey's Office Directory; 
Saturdays; one page; size 14x18: subscription 
$4; established 1800; Joseph Mackey, publish- 
er; contains time tables of railroads and 
steamers; time of arrival and departure of 
mails, &c, &c; arranged for convenient ref- 
erence ; office 88 White street. 

NEW YORK, Mendelson's National Rank 
IVote Reporter and Financial Gazette ; 
Saturdays; sixteen pages; size of page 2x11 ; 
subscription $5 ; established 1864: L.Mendel- 
son, editor and publisher; office 70 Nassau st. 

NEW YORK Mercantile Journal ; Thurs- 
days; commercial; eight pages; size 37x52; 
subscription $5; established 1803; New York 
Mercantile Journal Co., editors and publish- 
ers; devoted to commerce, finance, manufac- 
tures and political economy : contains jobbers' 
quotations of all the markets: claims to admit 
no advertisements from houses rating below 
2 1-2 and B C ; office 350 Pearl street and 1 & 2 
Franklin Square. 

IVEW YORK Mercury; Saturdays: eight pa- 
ges; size 30x50; subscription $2 50; estab- 
lished 1838; Cauldwell& Whitney, editors and 
publishers; devoted to literature, news, and 
matters of general interest. 

NEW YORK, Methodist; Saturdays; meth- 
odist; eight pages; size 33x40; subscription 
$2 50; established 1859; Geo. H. Crooks, I). D., 
editor; H. W. Douglas, publisher's agent; cir- 
culation 18,000 ; office 114 Nassau street. 

NEW YORK, Metropolitan Record; Satur- 
days; democratic: eight pages; size 35x48; 
subscription S4; established 1857; John Mulla- 
lv, editor and publisher; circulation about 
10.000 ; office 424 Broome street . 

NEW YORK, Moore's Rural New Yorker; 
sixteen pages; size 39x54; subscription $3; es- 
tablished ls50; d i>.T. Moore, editor-in-chief 
and publisher: devoted to agriculture, horti- 
culture, literature, science and news; office 41 
Park Row. 

NEW YORK, Museum ; -weekly; German ; lit- 
erary : twenty-four pages; size of page 9x12; 
subscription $5 ; established 1805 ; Geo. Degen, 
editor and publisher; office 51 Chatham st. 



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NEW YORK, Musik Zcitung; Saturdays; 
German; sixteen pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1866 ; G. Stein, editor; P. 
Gutmann and G. Stein, publishers; devotedto 
music, painting and theatrical literature ; of- 
fice 256 Bowery. 

NEW YORK, Nachrichten aus Oeutschland 
mid tier Schweiz ; Saturdays ; German ; eight- 
pages; size 35x4(5; subscription $5; established 
1867; C. Pfirsching, editor and publisher; office 
142 Fulton street. 

NEW YORK, Nation; Thursdays; independ- 
ent; twenty pages; size of page 10x12; sub- 
scription $5; established 1865; E. L. Godkin & 
Co., editors and publishers; devoted to litera- 
ture and the discussion of politics, religion, 
finance and all topics of general interest; 
claims 6,000 circulation ; office 3 Park Place. 

NEW YORK, National Anti-Slavery Stand- 
ard ; Saturdays; four pages; size 26x37; sub- 
scription $3; established 1840; A.M.Powell; 
editor; American Anti-Slavery Society, pub- 
lishers ; office 39 Nassau street. 

NEW YORK, National Police Gazette ; Sat- 
urdays ; eight pages ; size 32x44; subscription 
$2; established 1845; George W. Matsell & Co., 
editors and publishers; devoted to literature 
and police intelligence; office 5 Tryon ltow. 

NEW YORK, New Jerusalem Messenger; 
Wednesdays; sixteen pages ; size 26x38; sub- 
scription $3; established 1855; Thomas Hitch- 
cock, editor; J. R. Putnam, manager; organ of 
the New Jerusalem Church; office 20 Cooper 
Union. 

NEW YORK, New World ; Saturdays; lit- 
erary ; eight pages ; size 30x43 ; subscription $3 ; 
established 1869; Frank Leslie, editor and pub- 
lisher ; office 537 Pearl street. 

NEW YORK, New Yorker; Saturdays; lit- 
erary; eight pages; size 29x43; subscription 
$2 ; C. Mathews, proprietor ; office 105 Fulton st. 

NEW YORK Observer ; Thursdays ; independ- 
ent; eight pages; size 36x50 ; subscription 
S3 50; established 1823; Sidney E. Morse, Jr,. & 
Co., editors and publishers; devoted to litera- 
ture, religion and general intelligence ; claims 
about 26,000 circulation ; office 37 Park How. 

NEW YORK Pathfinder ; weekly ; four pages ; 
size 32x46; established 1847; J. F. Whitney, 
editor and publisher; office 66 John street. 

NEW YORK, Plymouth Pulpit; Saturdays; 
sixteen pages; size of page 6x9; subscription 
$3; established 1868; J. P.. Ford & Co., pub- 
lishers; each number contains a sermon by 
Rev. Henry Ward Beecher ; office 164Nassau st. 

NEW YORK, Presbyterian ; (see Philadel- 
phia.) 

NEW YORK Produce Exchange Reporter 
and Prices Current ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 13x20 ; subscription $3 50 ; established 1855 ; 
Wm. II. Trafton, editor and publisher; it con- 
tains market reports and prices current, and is 
printed on letter paper; office 85 Broad street. 

NEW YORK, Progress; Saturdays; sixteen 
pages ; size 26x33 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1868; Bennet, Greeley & Latour, editors and 
publishers ; devoted to reformatory, masonic, 
educational and literary matters; published 
simultaneously at New York and Brooklyn; 
New York office 296 Pearl street. 

NEW YORK, Protestant Churchman; Thurs- 
days ; episcopal ; eisht pages ; subscription $4 ; 
established 1867; Rev. J. Cotton Smith, D. U., 
Rev. Marshall B. Smith and Rev. Stephen H. 
Tyng, Jr., editors ; Protestant Episcopal Cleri- 
cal Association, publishers; office 633 Broad'v. 

NEW YORK, Real Estate Record &, Build- 
ers' Guide ; Saturdays ; twenty pages ; size of 
page 9x12 ; subscription $5 50 ; established 1S68 ; 
C. W. Sweet & Co., editors and publishers; of- 
fice 37 Park Row. 

NEW YORK, Revolution; Thursdays; wo- 
man's rights ; sixteen pages ; size of page 9x13 ; 
subscription $2; established 1867; Elizabeth 
Cady Stanton and Parker Pillsbury, editors ; 
Susan B. Anthony, proprietor; claims 10,000 
circulation ; office' 37 Park Row. 

NEW YORK, Round Table ; Saturdays ; six- 
teen pages; size 30x42; subscription $5; estab- 
lished 1864; Henry Sedley and Dosey Gardner, 



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editors ; Round Table Association, publishers ; 
devoted to home and foreign affairs, society, 
amusements and art; claims 7,000 circulation ; 
office 132 Nassau street. 

NEW YORK, Sehule des Volks ; Thursdays; 
German; literary; sixteen pages; size of page 
12x16; subscription $5; Frederick Gerhard, 
editor and publisher; office 15 Dey street. 

NEW YORK, Scientific American ; Satur- 
days; sixteen pages; size 33x46; subscription 
$3; established 1845; Munn & Co., editors and 
publishers; devotedto practical information, 
art, science, mechanics, chemistry and manu- 
factures; claims about 35,000 circulation: office 
37 Park Row. 

NEW YORK, Scottish American Journal ; 
Saturdays; eight pages; size 29x43; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1857; A.M.Stewart, edit- 
or and publisher; claims 16,000 circulation; 
office 37 Park Row. 

NEW YORK, Sheldon's I»ry Goods Price 
Eist; Tuesdays; subscription $5; established 
1868; J. D. Sheldon & Co., editors and publish- 
ers; devoted to prices current for the dry 
goods jobbing trade ; office 336 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, Soldiers Friend ; Saturdays, 
and Monthly; weekly four pages, monthly 
eight pages; size— weekly 23x33, monthly 
33x46; subscription— weekly $2; monthly 50 
cents; established 1865; Wm. Gland Bourne, 
editor and publisher; claims weekly 15,000, 
monthly 41,000 circulation ; office 12 Centre st. 

NEW YORK, Spirit of the Times ; Satur- 
days; sixteen pages; size 33x46; subscription 
$5; established 1850; George Wilkes, editor 
and publisher; a chronicle of the turf, field 
sports, and the stage ; circulation about 20,000; 
office 201 & 203 William street. 

NEW YORK, Stanley Day's Real Estate 
Circular ; Mondays; real estate; eight pages; 
size 21x28; Stanley -Day, editor and publisher; 
an advertising sheet with gratuitous circula- 
tion ; office 925 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, Standard Phonographic Vis- 
itor ; Mondays; phonographic; twenty -lour 
pages; subscription $5; Andrew J. Graham, 
editor and publisher; office 563 Broadway. 




publishers; devoted to finance, mining and 
railway matter; office 59 Cedar street. 



NEW YORK, Sunday Mercury; Sundays; 
democratic; eight pages; size 36x50; establish- 
ed 1839; Cauldwell & Whitney, editors and pub- 
lishers ; claims the largest circulation of any 
Sunday paper in America; office 128 Fulton st. 

NEW YORK Sunday News ; Sundays ; eight 
pages; size 35x46; subscription $3; established 
1S66; Benjamin Wood, editor and publisher; 
printed at the office of the Daily News, 19 City 
Hall Square. 

NEW YORK, Sunday Times ; Sundays; four 
pages; size 29x43; subscription $3; established 
1841 ; E. G. Howard & Co., editors and publish- 
ers ; devoted to literature and current events ; 
office 162 Nassau street. 

NEW YORK Tablet; Saturdays; catholic; 
sixteen pages: size 33x45; subscription §4; 
established 1857; D. & J. Sadlier & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers ; claims about 15,000 circu- 
lation ; office 31 Barclay street. 

NEW YORK, Tax Payer; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 24x38; subscription $2 ; established 
1864; John H. Tobitt, editor and publisher; 
office 350 Pearl street. 

NEW YORK, Thompson's Rank Note and 
Commercial Reporter; Fridays; Semi- 
Monthly and Monthly ; thirty-two pages ; 
size of page 8x11; subscription— weekly $3 50, 
semi-monthly $2 50, monthly $1 50; D. Hawes, 
publisher; claims 100,000 circulation; office 22 
Beekman street. 

NEW YORK Time-Table; Mondays; one 
page; size 14x20; subscription $5; established 
1860; M. B. Brown & Co., publishers; it con- 
tains the time-tables of the railroad and steam- 
boat lines, and the time of arrival and de- 
parture of the mails at the post office ; office 
101 William street. 



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^i:»YOKH,Tob«icol<cafi Sitt unlays ; eight 
pages; size 36x48; subscription $4; established 
1804; C. Pflrshing, editor and pablisber; the 
organ of the tobacco trade of the United 
States; office 142 Fulton street. 

NEW YOllli, Turf. Field and Farm; Fri- 
days ; sixteen pages ; size 38x52; subscription 
$.">; established 1885; s. i>. Bruce and J. C. Simp- 
son, editors and publishers; devoted to lit- 
erature, agriculture, the turf and the stage; 
claims 20;000 circulation : office 37 Park How. 

SEW FORK, Underwriters Weekly Circu- 
lar ; Saturdays ; Insurance ; twelve pages ; size 
23x32; subscription $3; established 1861; Sam'l 
Grierson, editor and publisher; otliee 18 Wall 

street. 

NEW YORK, United States Economist and 
Dry Goods Reporter ; Saturdays ; eight 
pages; size 37x50; subscription $5 ; established 
1833; .Joseph Afackey, editor and publisher; 
devoted to political economy, finance, com- 
merce, manufactures and agriculture; office 
88 White street. 

NEW YORK, IT. S. Hotel anil Hoarding 
House I si ion Journal ; Saturdays ; eight 
pages; size 23x33; subscription $:5; established 
ISiT; J. W. Jones, publisher; an advertising 

NEW YORK, Watson's Art Journal ; Satur- 
days; sixteen pages quarto ; subscription $4; 

established 1804; Henry (J. Watson, editor and 
publisher; devoted to music, painting, litera- 
ture. &e. ; office 1 Astor Place. 
NEW YORK Weekly; Thursdays; literary; 
eight pages; size 29x43; subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished 1850; Street & Smith, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 200,000 circulation; office 55 
Fulton street. 
MEW YORK Weekly Review; Saturdays; 
tour pages; size 29x43; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1849; Theodore Hagen, editor and pub- 
lisher; devoted to music, literature, fine arts 
and society; office 590 Broadway. 
NEW YORK, Wine and Fruit Reporter ; 
Wednesdays; eight pages; size 21x28; sub- 
scription 85; established 1808; J. A. Schmidt, 
editor and publisher; office 45 Beaver street. 
NEW YORK, Worthy Chief ; Fridays ; tem- 
perance; four pages; size 21x28; subscription 
$1; established is 69; Win. H. Gardner, editor 
and publisher; office 37 Park Row. 
NE'W YORK, Zlons Standard ; {no report.) 
NEW YORK Advocate and Family Guar- 
dian ; semi-monthly ; twelve pages ; sub- 
scription 81; established 1834; Mrs. Helen E. 
Brown, editor; American Guardian Society 
publishers. 
NEW YORK Amerikanische Bierbrauer ; 
semi-monthly; German; twelve pages; size 
of page 8x11; subscription $0; established 
1888; Adolph Meckert, editor and publisher; 
devoted to matters of interest to beer brew- 
ers; office 5 Frankfort street. 
NEW YORK American Gas T^ight Journal ; 
semi-monthly; sixteen pages'; size 28x40; 
subscription 8:!; established 1858; M. L. Cal- 
lender & Co., editors and publishers; devo- 
ted to scientific matters; office 22 Pine street. 
NEW YORK, Bankrupt Register ; semi- 
monthly; eight pages; size 18x24; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1807; P. VR. Van Wyck, 
editor; G. T. Heller, publisher ; a record of law 
reports and proceedings in bankruptcy in all 
of the states; office !)5 Liberty street. 
NEW YORK, Boyd's Skipping Gazette; 
semi-monthly; eight pages; size" 23x30; sub- 
scription §2; established 1800; Win. Hicks, 
publisher; a guide for steamship, steamboat 
and railroad traffic. 
NEW YORK, Childrens Guest ; semi-month- 
ly and Monthly; subscription— -semi-monthly 
50 cents, monthly 25 cents: 10. P. Dutton & Co., 
editors and publishers; office 702 Broadway. 
NEW YORK, Child* World; semi-monthly; 
four pages; size 13x20; subscription 'it cent's; 
established 1843; Eev. Richard Newton, H.B., 
editor; American Sunday School Union, pub- 
lishers; an illustrated paper for children ; of- 
fice 500 Broadway, N. Y., and 1,122 Chestnut 
street, Philadelphia. 



NEW YORK, l»cr l,utkcrischc Herold ; 
semi-monthly; German; lutheran; eight 
pages; size 24x38; subscription si 50; estab- 
lished 1851; li. Ludwig, editor and publisher ; 

Office 39 Centre street. 
NEW YORK, Farmer V.t ilimg ; semi-month- 
iv ; German; agricultural ; sixteen pages; size 

Of page 1'ixlO ; subscription 82 50; established 
1804; Frederick Gerhard, editor and publish- 
er; otliee 15 Dev street. 
NEW YORK, Gerhard's Gartenlanhe ; semi- 
monthly; German; thirty-two pages; size of 
page 10x14; subscription 81 60; Frederick Ger- 
hard, editor and publisher; office 15 Dey street. 
NEW YORK, Jones United States Coun- 
terfeit Detector; semi-weekly and Monthly; 
eight pages; size of page 9x12; subscription— 
semi-monthly $1, monthlySO cts.; established 
1800;.!. W. Jones & Co., editors and publish- 
ers; office 534 Broadway. 
NEW YORK, Medical Record; semi-month- 
ly; thirty-two pages octavo; subscription 
$4; established 1800; G. F. Shrody, M.D., edit- 
or; Wm. Wood & Co., publishers; devoted to 
the old school practice of medicine and sur- 
gery; office til Walker street. 
NEW YORK, Sunday School Advocate ; 
semi-monthly; methodist; four pages; size 
14x21; subscription 30 cents; established 1840; 
Rev. Baniel Wise, editor; published simulta- 
neously at New York, Cincinnati, Boston and 
Chicago, and devoted to reading suited to 
children. 
NEW YORK, Advertisers Gazette; monthly; 
sixteen pages; size of page 9x12; subscription 
$2; established 1800; Charles N. Kent, editor; 
Geo. P. Rowell & Co., publishers; devoted to 
the interest of advertisers and publishers; 
circulation 3,500; office 40 Park Row. 
NEW YORK, Aldine Press ; monthly ; eight 
pages; size 28x10; subscription $1 ; established 
1808; Sutton, Bowne & Co. editors and pub- 
lishers; a typographic art journal; claims 
10,000 circulation; office 23 Liberty street. 
NEW YORK, American Agriculturist ; 
monthly; agricultural; forty pages; size of 
page 10x13; subscription $1 50; established 
1842; Orange Judd & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; (an edition of same form, size and 
price is printed in the German language;) cir- 
culation about 100,000; office 245 Broadway. 
NEW YORK, American Booksellers 
Guide; monthly; twenty-six pages octavo; 
established 1808; American News Company, 
publishers; circulated gratuitously among 
booksellers, stationers and news dealers; of- 
fice 119 and 121 Nassau street. 
NE'W YORK, American Church Mission- 
ary Register; monthly; episcopal; thirty- 
two pages octavo; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1807; Rev. Franklin S. Rising, editor; 
American Church Missionary Society, pub- 
lishers; claims 4,500 circulation ; offices Bible 
House. 
NEW YORK, American Eclectic Medical 
Review; monthly; forty-eight pages octavo; 
subscription $2; established 1800; Robert S. 
Newton, M. H., and P. A. Morrow, M. H., ed- 
itors; P. A. Morrow, M. H., publisher; claims 
900 circulation ; office 30 East Nineteenth st. 
NEW 7 YORK, American Messenger ; month- 
ly; four pages; size 22x30; subscription 25 
cents; established 1843; Rev. Wm. A. Hallock 
and Rev. J. M. Stevenson, editors ; American 
Tract Society, publishers; a strictly religous 
paper; unsectarian; claims 170,000 circula- 
tion. 
NEW YORK, American missionary ; month- 
ly; twenty pages octavo; subscription 50 
cents; established 1840; Rev. George Whipple, 
editor; Myers & Co., publishers; the official 
organ of the Evangelical Missionary Society, 
and issued in folio form; claims 32,000 circu- 
lation for both forms; office 53 John street. 
NEW YORK, American Odd Fellow ; 
monthly; odd-fellowship; eighty pages, oc- 
tavo; subscription 82; established 1801; John 
W. Orrand Kdward 1'. Nowell, editors ; John 
W. Orr, publisher; claims 20,000 circulation; 
office 90 Nassau street. 



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IVEff YORK, American Phrenological 
Journal; monthly; forty-four pages quarto; 
subscription $3; established 1838; S. R. Wells, 
editor and publisher; devoted to ethnology, 
physiology, phrenology, physiognomy and 
psychology ; circulation about 30,000 ; office 38'J 
Broadway. 

NEW YORK, American Publisher and 
Bookseller; monthly; subscription $100; 
established 1807; George R. Cathcart, editor 
and publisher; claims 5,000 circulation; issued 
as an advertising medium for the book trade 
exclusively; office 4 Bond street. 

NEW YORK, Americanischer Agricul- 
turist ; German; (see American Agriculturist.) 

NEW* YORK Amerikanischer Botschaftei- ; 
monthly; German; four pages; size -22x30; sub- 
scription 25cts; established 1847; American 
Tract Society, editors and publishers; R. C. 
Loesch, agent; office 150 Nassau street. 

IVEW YORK Bankers Magazine ; monthly; 
one hundred pages octavo; subscription $8; 
established 1800; J. Smith Homans, editor; 
devoted to banking, finance and statisti- 
cal intelligence : office 41 Pine street. 

IVEW YORK, Bible Society Record ; month- 
ly ; sixteen pages; size of page 7x10; subscrip- 
tion 25 ets; American Bible Society, editors 
and publishers; it contains the correspond- 
ence, receipts, etc., of the American Bible 
Society; office Bible House. 

IVEW YORK Billiard Cue ; monthly ; four 
pages; size 17x23; subscription 50 cts; estab- 
lished 1850; Phelan & Collender, editors and 
publishers; devoted to billiard intelligence. 

]VEW|YORK, Book Buyer; monthly; twenty- 
four pages, octavo ; subscription 25 cts; estab- 
lished 1808; Charles Scribner & Co., publish- 
ers; issued as an advertising medium, with 
circulation largely gratuitous. 

NEW YORK, Carrier Dove; monthly; four 
pages; size 15x21; subscription 25 cents; estab- 
lished 1843 ; Foreign Committee of the Board 
of Missions, publishers ; office 19 Bible House. 

IVEW YORK, Catholic World; monthly; 
catholic; one hundred and forty-four pages 
octavo ; subscription $5 ; established 1865 ; Rev. 
J. T. Hecker, editor; Lawrence Kehoe, pub- 
lisher; circulation about 10,000; office 120 Nas- 
sau street. 

2VEW YORK, Children's Magazine; monthly ; 
subscription 50 cents; E. P. button & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers ; office 702 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, Child's Paper; monthly"; four 
pages; size 15x21; subscription $1 for eight 
copies ; no smaller subscription taken ; estab- 
lished 1852; Rev. Wm. A. Hallock and Mrs. H. 
C. Knight, editors; American Tract Society, 
publishers ; office 150 Nassau street. 

NEW* YORK, Christian at Work ; monthly; 
four pages; size 28x39; subscription 00 cent's; 
established 1868; J. B. Waterbury, D. D., ed- 
itor; H. W. Adams, publisher; office 735 Broad- 
way. 

NEW YORK Christian World; monthly; 
thirty-two pages octavo; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1849; Rev. J. Scudder and Rev. J. G. 
Butler, editors; Americanand Foreign Chris- 
tian Union, publishers; office 27 Bible House. 

NEW YORK, Church School Gazette ; 
monthly; eight pages; size 28x39; subscription 
$1; established 1808; Rev. James E. Kenny, 
editor and publisher; devoted to christian 
education, literature and the arts; office 17 
Stuyvesant street. 

NEW YORK, Church Monthly ; episcopal; 
fifty-six pages octavo ; subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished 1853; Rev. B. B. Babbitt, editor; J. G. 
Burrough, agent; office 1,155 Broadway. 

NEW* YORK, Coach- Maker's Monthly Mag- 
azine; twenty-four pages quarto ; subscription 
$5; established 185S; E. M. Stratton, editor and 
publisher; office 5 Ludlow street. 

NEW YORK, Comic News; monthly; illus- 
trated; comic; eight pages; size 23x33; sub- 
scription 10 cents per copy, established 1809. 

NEW YORK, Comic Monthly; sixteen pages ; 
size 33x40; subscription $1 25 ; established 1859 ; 
Jesse Haney & Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation 10,500; office 119 Nassau street. 



NEW YORK. 



NEW YORK Bay and Night ; monthly ; six- 
teen pages; size 10x13; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1809; H. A. Abraham, editor and pub- 
lisher; office 39 and 41 Ann street. 

NEW YORK, Be Bow's Review; (see New 
Orleans, La.) 

NEW YORK, Bemorest's Illust'd Montlily ; 
fashions and literature; forty-two pages; size 
of page 9x12 ; subscription $3*; established 1802 ; 
W. Jennings Demorest, editor and publisher ; 
claims 58,000 circulation ; office 473 Broadway. 

NEW* YORK, Bemorest's Young America ; 
monthly; forty pages; size of page 0x8; sub- 
scription $1 50 ; established 1800; W.Jennings 
Demorest, editor and publisher; devoted to 
the entertainment and instruction of the 
young; claims 10,000 circulation; office 473 
Broadway. 

NEW* YORK, Bental Cosmos ; monthly : nine- 
ty pages octavo ; subscription $2 50; establish- 
ed 1859; J.H. McQuillen, D. D. S., and G. J. 
Ziegler, M. I)., editors ; Samuel S. White, pub- 
lisher; devoted to matters of interest to the 
dental profession; issued simultaneously at 
New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago ; 
New York office 707 and 709 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, Druggists' Circular and 
Chemical Gazette; monthly; thirty-two 
pages; size of page 11x14; subscription §1 50; 
established 1807; L. V. Newton, editor and 
publisher; a journal of chemistry as applied 
to pharmacy, arts and sciences, and general 
business organ for druggists, chemists and 
apothecaries; office 30 Beekman street. 

NEW* YORK, Eclectic Magazine ; monthly; 
literary; one hundred and forty pages octavo ; 
subscription $5; established 1832; E. R. Pelton, 
publisher; circulation about 15.000; office 108 
Fulton street. 

NEW YORK, El Correo Hispano-Ameri- 
cano ; monthly; Spanish; eight pages; size 
23x34; subscription $1 50 in gold; established 
1868; Charles Western, editor; Western & Co., 
publishers; devoted to commerce, agricul- 
ture, mining, &c; claims 5,000 circulation; of- 
fice 37 Park Row. 

NEW YORK, Every Month ; monthly; sixty- 
four pages octavo; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1809 ; C. H. Jones & Co.. editors and pub- 
lishers; devoted to light literature and amus- 
ing and instructive sketches; office 108 Fulton 
street. 

MEW YORK, Excelsior Monthly Magazine ; 
monthly; forty pages: size of page Sxll; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1808; M. N. Olm- 
stead, editor; Olmstead & Welwood, publish- 
ers; office Sun building, Printing House 
Square. 

NEW 7 YORK, Family Fireside ; monthly ; six- 
teen pages; size of page 9x12 ; subscription 75 
cents; established 1805; G. Z. House, editor; 
House, Tyler & Co., publishers; devoted to 
fashions, choice literature, &c; claims 4,000 
circulation : office 148 Fulton street. 

NEW 7 YORK, Foreign Missionary; month- 
ly ; four pages; size 14x22; subscription $1 for 
ten copies ; Board of Foreign Missions, editors 
and publishers; office 23 Centre street. 

NEW 7 YORK, Frank Eeslie's Budget of 
Fun; monthly; comic; sixteen pages; size 
33x40; Frank Leslie, publisher; claims 25,000 
circulation ; office 537 Pearl street. 

NEW 7 YORK, Frank Leslie's Eadies Mag- 
azine ; monthly; fashions and literature; six- 
ty-four pages; size of page 9x12; subscription 
$3 50; established 1840; Frank Leslie, editor 
and publisher; claims 50,000 circulation; office 
537 Pearl street. 

NEW 7 YORK, Free Trader; monthly; six- 
teen pages: size of page 9x13; established 
1808; John Sarell, publisher; office 72 Broad- 
way. 

NEW YORK, Galaxy ; monthly; literary ; one 
hundred and sixty-four pages octavo; sub- 
scription $4; established 1865; Sheldon & Co., 
publishers; circulation about 20,000; office 500 
Broadway. 

NEW YORK, Good News ; monthly ; meth- 
odist; four pages; size 14x20; subscription 15 
cents; no subscriber taken for less than live 



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colics: Rev. l). wise, D.D., editor; Carlton & 
Lanahan, publisher; office -^ * »o Mulberrj Bt. 
HTEW CORK, Gospel of Healths (noreport.) 
MEW YOKK, Hull's Journal of Health; 

monthly; thirty -two pages; subscript Ion $1 BO; 
established 1854; \v. w. Ball, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 5,000 circulation; office 176 
Broadway. 

IVEW YOKK, Hancy's Journal ; monthly; 
sixteen pages; subscription 50 cents; estab- 
lished 1838; Jesse Haney & Co., editors and 
publishers; devoted t<> information for the 
household, farm and workshop; office 119 Nas- 
sau street . 

MEW YOKK, Harper's \ew Monthly Mag- 
azine; monthly; literary; one hundred and 
fifty pages octavo; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1849; Harper & Brothers, editors and 
publishers; circulation about 112,000; office 
Franklin Square. 

MEW YOKK, Herald of Health and Jour- 
nal of Physical Culture ; monthly; fifty-Six 
pages octavo; subscription $2; established 
1846; M. L. HolbrOOk, SI. I)., editor; Miller, 
Wood & Co., publishers; claims 9,000 circula- 
tion : office I ! and 15 Laight street. 

SEW YORK Home Missionary; monthly; 
twenty-four pages octavo; subscription "50 
cents ; established 1828; American Home Mis- 
sionary Society, publishers; office 11 Bible 
House! 

ME1V YORK, Horticulturist and Journal of 
Rural Art, and Rural Taste; monthly; 
thirty-two pages octavo; subscription $2 50; 
established 1846; Francis W. Woodward, ed- 
itor and publisher; circulation about 10,000; 
office 37 ParkKow. 

MEW YOKK, Hours at Home ; monthly; lit- 
erary ; ninety-six pages octavo; subscription 
$3; established 1865; J. M. Sherwood, editor; 
Charles Scribner & Co., publishers; office 654 
Broadway. 

IVEW YORK, Hunt's Merchants Magazine; 
monthly; eighty pages octavo; subscription 
$5; established 1839; Win. B. Dana, editor and 
publisher; devoted to commerce andfinance; 
circulation about 5,000; office 70 and 81 AY'il- 
liam street. 

MEW YORK, Insurance Monitor and Wall 
Street Review; monthly; sixty-eight pages 
quarto; subscription $2; established 1853; C. 
C. Hine. editor and publisher. 

MEW YORK, Insurance Times ; monthly ; in- 
surance ; seventy-two pages; size of page 
9x12 : subscription $2; established 1868; English 
& Wilneshurst, editors and publishers; office 
1:57 Broadway. 

MEW YORK, Inventors' and Manufactur- 
ers' Gazette ; monthly ; eight pages ; size 
20x26; subscription 60 cents; established 1869; 
Saltiel & Co., editors and publishers; office 
37 Park Row. 

MEW YORK, Jolly Joker; monthly; comic; 
sixteen pages; size 33x14; subscription $1; 
office 214 Centre street. 

MEW YORK, Journal of Applied Chemis- 
try; monthly; sixteen pages; size of page 
12x15; subscription $] 50; established 1865; 
Dexter A Co., editors and publishers; devoted 
to chemistry as applied to the arts, manufac- 
tures, metallurgy and agriculture; published 
simultaneously at Xew York, Boston and 
Philadelphia; office 17 Spruce street. 

MEW YORK, Ladies' Repository; (see Cin- 
cinnati. < »hio. 

MEW YORK Lancet ; monthly ; medical ; eight 
pages; subscription .82; established 1865; N. R. 
C. Rowe, editor; Xew York Lancet Associa- 
tion, publishers. 

MEW YORK, Little Wanderer's Friend; 
monthly: forty-eight pages ; size of page 5\7; 
subscription (1; established 18S1; Howard 
Mission, editors and publishers; office 40 Xew 
Bowery. 

MEW YORK Macedonian and Record ; (see 
Bostons Mass. 

MEW YOKK, Manufacturer and Builder; 
monthly; thirty-two pages, in covers; size of 
page 11x14; subscription $150; established 
I860; Western & Co., editors and publishers; 



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an Illustrated Journal of industrial progri 
Office 37 Park itmv, 
MEW YOKK, Medical Journal; monthly; 

one hundred and twenty pages octavo; sub- 
scription $5; established ls;5; Win. A. Ham- 
mond, M. I)., and 10. S. 1 muster, M. 1)., editoi's; 
D. Applet on & Co., publishers; office 90 Grand 

street. 

MEW YORK, Merryman's Monthly; hu- 
morous; thirty-two pages quarto; subscrip- 
tion sgl 25; established 1863; Jesse Haney & Co., 
editors ami publishers; office 119 Nassau st. 

MEW YORK Miscellany; monthly; four 
pages; size9xl3; subscription 25 cents; estab- 
lished 1869; Hansell & Aubrey, editors and 
publishers. 

MEW YOKK Missionary Echo and Stand- 
ard Beaixr; monthly; four pages; size [5x21; 
subscription 25 cents ; established 1868; Evan- 
gelical Knowledge society and American 
Church Missionary Society* editors and pub- 
lishers; office 3 Bible House. 

MEW YORK, Monthly Record of the Five 
Points House of Industry; twenty-four 
pages octavo; subscription $1; established 
1857; Rev. S.B. Halliday, editor and publisher; 
office 157 Worth street." 

MEW YORK, Monthly Statistics; eight 
pages; size 28x42; subscription $3; established 
is6t; J. A. Schmidt, editor and publisher; 
office 45 Beaver street. 

MEW YORK, Mother at Home and House- 
hold Magazine; monthly; thirty-two pages 
octavo; subscription $150; established 1869; 
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher, editor; Hosford & 
Sons, publishers; office 57 William street. 

MEW YORK, Mothers' Magazine ; monthly; 
thirty-two pages octavo; subscription $1 50; 
established 1832; 1). Mead, editor; office 5 
Beekman street. 

MEW YORK, Musical Gazette; monthly; 
twelve pages; size of page 10x14; subscription 
$1; established 1866; Theodore F. Seward, ed- 
itor; Mason Brothers, publishers. 

MEW YORK, Musical Pioneer; monthly; 
sixteen pages octavo; subscription 50 cent's; 
established 1856; F. J. Huntington & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers; office 459 Broome street. 

MEW YORK, Mathaniel, or Israelite In- 
deed; monthly; Hebrew; twenty-four pages 
octavo; subscription $1; established 1857: <;. 
R. Lederer, editor and publisher; claims 1,000 
circulation; office 672 Lexington avenue. 

MEW YORK, Mntional Freemason; month- 
ly; masonic; sixteen pages; size 27x42; sub- 
scription §2; established 1858; National Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers; office 658 Broadway. 

MEW YORK Mational Temperance Advo- 
cate ; monthly ; temperance ; sixteen pages; 
size 28x40; subscription $1; established 1866; 
Rev. J. B. Dunn and J. X. Stevens, editors; 
J. X. Stevens, publisher; claims 9,000 circu- 
lation; office 172 William street. 

MEW T YORK, Mich-Max; monthly ; comic : 
thirty-two pases; size of page 8x11 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 25; established 1856; M. A. Levison, 
editors and publishers ; office 119 Nassau st. 

MEW YORK, Old «uard; monthly; democrat- 
ic; eighty pages octavo; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1863; C. Chauncey Burr, editor-in- 
chief; Van Bvrie, Horton & Co., publishers; 
devoted to literature, science, art and poli- 
tics: office 162 Nassau street. 

MEW YORK, Onward; monthly ; one hundred 
pages octavo; subscription $3 59; estab- 
lished i860; Wayne Reid. editor; G. W . Carlton, 
publisher; devoted to literature ; suited to the 
young; office 497 Broadway. 

MEW YORK, Orpheonist and Philharmon- 
ic Journal ; monthly, from October to April; 
eight pages; size 21x28; established 1864; de- 
voted to free musical instructions and to the 
advocacy of Boy Choirs; office 711 Broad- 
way. 

MEW YORK, Orpheus; monthly; musical; 
sixteen pages; size 25x38; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1865; II. L. Loud, editor; W. A. Pond 
& Co., publishers; published simultaneously 
at Xew York and Boston, Mass.; Xew York 
office 517 Broadway. 



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MW YORK, Our Mutual Friend; month- 
ly; eight pages; established 1837; T. Frere, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

KEW YORK, Packard's Monthly; forty 
pages octavo; subscription $1; established 
18(58; S. S. Packard, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation about 15,000; office 917 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, Parish Visitor ; monthly; epis- 
copal; four pages; size 22x31; subscription 35 
cents; established 1852; American Church Mis- 
sionary Society, editors and publishers; office 
3 Bible House. 

NEW YORK, People's Magazine ; monthly; 
literary; sixty-four pages octavo ; subscription 
$3; Pott & Emery, editors and publishers; of- 
fice 29 Cooper Union. 

NEW YORK, Peter's U. S. Musical Review ; 
monthly; thirty -two pages ; size of page 10x12 ; 
subscription $2; established 18(17; T.L. Peters, 
editor and publisher. 

NEW YORK, Phunny Phellow ; monthly ; 
comic; illustrated; sixteen pages; size of page 
11x15; subscription $1; established 1800; office 
55 Fulton street. 

NEW YORK, Pleasant Hours; monthly: 
eighty pages; size of page 7x10; subscription 
$1 50; established 1804; Frank Leslie, editor 
and publisher ; claims 21,000 circulation ; office 
537 Pearl street. 

NEW YORK, Putnam's Magazine ; monthly ; 
literary; one hundred and twenty-eight pages 
octavo; subscription St; established 1853; <;. 
P. Putnam & Sons, editors and publishers; 
claims 15,500 circulation. 

NEW YORK, Riverside Magazine for 
Young People ; literary; forty-eight pages 
quarto; subscription $2 50; established 1867; 
Horace E. Scudder, editor; Hurd & Houghton, 
publishers ; circulation 20.000 ; office 459 Broome 
street. 

NEW YORK, Rural American; (see New 
Brunswick. N. J.) 

NEW YORK, Rural Fireside ; monthly; six- 
teen pages; size 32x44; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1819; W. B. Dimon & Co., editors and 
publishers ; claims to be devoted to useful in- 
formation ; office 1 Centre street. 

NEW YORK, Sahin's American Bihliopo- 
list ; monthly ; eight pages octavo; subscrip- 
tion §1; established 18(58 ; J. Sabin, publisher: 
a literary register and monthly catalogue of 
old and new books; office 84 Nassau street. 

NEW YORK, Sailor's Magazine and Sea- 
man's Friend ; monthly ; thirty-two pages 
octavo ; subscription §1 ; established 1829; Rev. 
S. H. Hall, editor; American Seaman's Friend 
Society, publishers; office 80 Wall street. 

NEW YORK, Sower; monthly; Reformed 
church; eight pages; size 21x28; subscription 
30 cents; established 1855; Board of Publica- 
tion of the Reformed Church of America, ed- 
itors and publishers; Wm. Ferris, agent. 

NEW YORK, Spirit of Missions ; monthly ; 
episcopal; seventy pages octavo; subscrip- 
tion SI 50; Board of Missions, publishers; 
office 17 and 19 Bible House. 

NEW YORK, Sunday School Journal ; 
monthly; methodist; twenty-four pages ; size 
of page 7x11 ; subscription 40 cents ; Rev. J. 
H. Vincent, editor: Carlton & Lanahan. pub- 
lishers; devoted to matters of interest to Sun- 
day schoolteachers and young people; office 
200 Mulberry street. 
MEW YORK, Sunday School "World ; (see 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
NEW YORK Teacher and American Edu- 
cational Monthly ; forty-eight pages octa- 
vo; subscription SI 50; established 18(53; J. W. 
Schermerhorn & Co., editors and publishers; 
devoted to popular instruction and literature ; 
claims 26.000 circulation ; office 14 Bond street. 
NEW YORK, United States Insurance Ga- 
zette ; monthly; one hundred and twelve 
pages octavo; subscription $5; established 
1854; Gilbert E. Currie, editor and publisher; 
office 153 Broadway. 
NEW YORK, United States Mail and Post 
Office Assistant ; monthly ; four pages ; size 
20x28; subscription $1; established I860; J. 
Gayler, editor; J. Holbrook, publisher. 



NEW YORK. 



NEW YORK, Van Nostrand's Eclectic En- 
gineering Magazine; monthly; ninety-six 
pages; size of page 7x10; subscription $5; es- 
tablished 1809; I). Van Nbstrand, editor and 
proprietor; devoted to engineering, mechan- 
ics and scientific matters; office 192 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, Voice from the Old Brewery ; 
monthly; four pages ; size 14x20; subscription 
25 cents ; established 1860; Ladies Home Mis. 
sionarv Society, editors and publishers ; office 
(51 Park street. 

NEW YORK, Whitlock's Horticultural Re- 
corder ; monthly ; ninety pages octavo: sub- 
scription SI 50; established 1867: Andrew s. 
Fuller, editor; Whitlock Exposition and Ex- 
change Co., publishers ; circulation about 
12,000; office 215 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, Witness; monthly; sixteen 
pages ; size of page 8x12 ; subscription 60 cents ; 
established 18(54; James Inglis & Co., editors 
and publishers ; designed to state plainly what 
are known distinctively as evangelical Views; 
office 2(5 Cooper Institute. 

NEW YORK Wonder ; monthly; thirty -two 
pages; size of page 8x11; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 18(58; H.A.Abraham, editor and pub- 
lisher; office 39 and 41 Ann street. 

NEW YORK Working Farmer; monthly; 
agricultural; thirty-two pages; size of page 
10x13: subscription $1 50; established 1849; 
Wm. L. Allison, & Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation about 10,000: office 157 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, Workshop; monthly; forty 
pages quarto; subscription $5 40; E. Steigef, 
publisher; office 17 North William street. 

NEW YORK, Yankee Notions ; monthly ; 
comic ; thirty-two pages ; size 33x 1(5 ; subscrip- 
tion 15 cents per copv; office 105 Fulton st. 

NEW YORK Young Christian Soldier ; 
monthly; eight pages; size 21x30; subscrip- 
tion 50ets; established 18(50; Rev. A. T. Twing, 
D.D , editor; board of Domestic Mediums of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church, publishers; 
office 17 Bible House. 

NEW YORK, Youth's Temperance Banner; 
monthly; temperance; subscription 25 cts; 
National Temperance Society and Publish- 
ing House, publishers; J. N. Stearns, agent; 
office 172 William street. 

NEW YORK, Christian Examiner; bi-month- 
ly ; subscription $5 ; established 1857 ; Dr. Bel- 
lows, editor; James Miller, publisher; office 
(547 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, American Journal of Edu- 
cation ; quarterly; two hundred to three hun- 
dred pages octavo ; subscription S4 ; estab- 
lished 1853; Henry Barnard, L. L. 1)., editor; 
J. W. Schermerhorn & Co., publishers; office 
14 Bond street. 

NEW YORK, American Journal of Ob- 
stetrics ; quarterly, February, May, August 
and October; one hundred and twenty-eight 
pages octavo; subscription- $3; established 
1807: E. Noeggerath, M. D., and B. F. Dawson, 
M. I)., editors; W. A. Townsend & Adams, 
publishers; claims 2,800 circulation; office 4:14 
Broome street. 

NEW YORK, American Uiife Assurance 
Magazine; quarterly; ninety pages octavo; 
subscription $2; established 1860; G. E. Cur- 
rie, editor and publisher ; office 153 Broadway. 

NEW YORK, American Philological Mag- 
azine ; quarterly; thirty-six pages octavo; 
established 18(59; Rev. Nathan Brown and Rev. 
John Duer, editors and publishers; office 37 
Park How. 

NEW YORK, American Preshyterian and 
Theological Review; quarterly; two hun- 
dred pages octavo; subscription's:! 50; estab- 
lished 1852; J. M. Sherwood and H. P. Smith, 
editors; J. M. Sherwood, publisher; office (554 
Broadway. 

NEW YORK, American Quarterly Church 
Review; January, April, July and October; 
one hundred and sixty pages octavo; sub- 
scription $3; established 1848; Prof. John 
M. Leavctt, A. M., editor and publisher; office 
37 Bible House. 

NEW YORK, Bible Union Quarterly ; sixty 
pages octavo; subscription 50 cents; cstab- 



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lished l s."r2 : American Bible Union, editors 
and publishers; claims 20,000 ■circulation; of- 
fice 350 Broome si reel . 

WEW voiCi, Biblical Reperatory and 
Princeton Review ; quarterly; one hundred 
and sixty pages octavo; subscription $3; C. 
Hodge, DJ>., editor; C. Scribner & Co., pub- 
lishers; office 631 Broadway. 

HEW YORK, Colton's Jimriml of Geogra- 
phy 5 quarterly ; sixteen pages octavo; sub- 
scription $1; established 1867; ti. W. and ('. II. 
Colton .v Co.. editors and publishers; treats 
of tin' physical and political divisions of the 
earth. 

WEYV YORK Educational Gazette; quarter- 
ly; eight pages; size 21x28; subscription 25 
cents; established 1869; office 21 Murray st. 

HTEW YORK, Methodist «ln«rtcrly Kiview; 
two hundred pages octavo; subscription 
$2 50; established 1839; D. D. Whedou, D J>., 

• editor; Carlton & Lanahan, publishers. 

A'F.YV YORK, Quarterly; thirty-two pages 
octavo; subscription 50 cents; established 
I860; Executive Committee Y. M. C. A., editors 
and publishers; claims to be devoted to the 
interests of the Xbnng Men's Christian Asso- 
ciations, and the only publication authorized 
to speak tor the aggregated societies; office 
lid Fifth avenue. 

XKYV YORK, Way-Marks in the Wilder- 
ness ; quarterly; ninety-two pages; size of 
page 5x8; subscription $1; established 1862; 
James [nglis, editor: J. inglis & Co., publish- 
ers : office 26 Cooper Institute. 

NIAGARA FAELS Gazette; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 23x33; subscrip- 
tion si 50; established 1854; William Pool, 
editor and publisher. 

XORYYICH, riunaiigo Union; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 27x41; subscrip- 
tion $2 : established 1847 ; G. H. Manning, editor 
and publisher; circulation 2.500. 

XORYYICH, Telegraph and Chronicle; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; tour pages; size 27x41; 
subscription $2; established 1829; Kingsley & 
Berry, editors and publishers; claims 2,700 
circulation. 

XCXDA, Livingston Democrat ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; four pages ; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $150; established 1888; Horace M. Dake, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,025 circulation. 

HUXDA Xews; Saturdays; republican; four 
pages; size 24x34; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1859; C. K. Sanders, editor and. publish- 
er; claims 700 circulation. 

XYACK, City and Country; Fridays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size21x!!>; subscription 
$2; established 1859; Robert Carpenter, editor 
and publisher: claims 500 circulation. 

XYACK, Rockland Co. Journal ; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion 82 50; John Charlton, Jr., editor and pub- 
lisher. 

OGDEIYSRURG Journal ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and St. Lawrence Republican, 
Tuesdays: republican; fourpages; size — daily 
24x36, weekly 30x46: subscription— daily $5, 
weekly si 50; established— daily L855, weekly 
1829; II. B. James and X. II. Lytic, editors; II. 
B.James, publisher; claims daily 1,000, weekly 
3,500 circulation. 

OGDEXSBURG Advance ; Tuesdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2: established is;;?; Charles J. Hynes, editor 
and publisher. 

OM0.VV Republican; (no report.) 

OUEA1S Times; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; sizeilxU ; subscription S2: established 
1836; C. P. Dickinson, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,150 circulation. 

OA'KiitA Dispatch! Fridays; republican; four 
pages; size 29x44; subscription $2; established 
1852; Purdy & Jackson, editors and publishers; 
claims l,soi) circulation. 

ONEIDA, Democratic Vnion; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 27xll; subscrip- 
iton82: established 1856; W. H. Baker, editor 
and publisher; claims 2,300 circulation. 

OSEOXTA Herald; Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 



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81 50; established [853; Geo. W. Reynolds, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 
OA'IOOATA, Susquehanna independent; 

Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription si 50; established 1868; C A. 
Dodge, editor and publisher; claims 900 cireu- 
lal ion. 

OSWKtJO Commercial Advertiser &. Times; 
every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, 
Wednesdays; republican; lour pages; size 
26x42; subscription— daily 87, weekly si 50; 
established 1863; T. S. Brigham, editor and 
publisher. 

OS\VK<«0 Pallndium; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size — daily 22x32, weekly 
21x30; subscript ion— daily $7, weekly $] 2.5"; 
established 1819; John A. Harry, editor; C. 
Morrison & Co., publishers; claims daily 900, 
weekly 2,300 circulation. 

OVli» isee ; Wednesdays; independent; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription 82; established 
1838; Corydon Fairchild, editor and publisher. 

OWEGO Gazette; Thursdays; democratic; 
fourpages; size 28x44; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1813; Hiram A. Beebe, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 2,400 circulation. 

OWEGO Trade Reporter; monthly; four 
pages ; size 10x22 ; subscription 50 cents ; es- 
tablished 18(!8; C. II. Keeler, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 3,000 circulation; an advertis- 
ing sheet. 

OXFORD, Chenango Democrat. ; Thursdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1808; E. 8. Watson, editor 
and publisher. 

OXFORD Times; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 21x30; subscription 81 50; es- 
tablished 1837; J. B. Galpin, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 800 circulation. 

PALMYRA Courier; Fridays; republican; 
fourpages; size 26x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1838; E. S. Averill, editor and publisher. 

PEEKSKIEE, Highland Democrat; Satur- 
days; democratic; lour pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription $3; established 1810; E. J. Horton, 
editor and publisher. 

PEEKSKILL, Messenger; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages: size 25x37; subscription 
$2; established 1801; Wm. Richards, editor 
and publisher. 

PEi\M VAX Democrat ; Fridays : democratic ; 
fourpages; size 24x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1819; E.McConnel, editor and publisher. 

PEXX YAX Express; Wednesdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 2 f ixt0; subscription $2; 
established 18(5<>; George D. A. Bridgeman, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

PENIS YAX Yates Co. Chronicle ; Thursdays; 
republican; fourpages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1823; 8. C. Cleveland, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,300 circulation. 

PERRY, Silver Lake Sun; Fridays; repub- 
lican ; four pases; size 24x34; subscription $2; 
established 1805; G. A. Sanders, editor and 
publisher. 

PHELPS Citizen ; Fridays ; independent; four 
pages ; size 22X32 ; subscription 82 : established 
1828; J. W. Neighbor, editor and publisher; 
Claims 800 circulation. 

PIHEXIX Register; Thursdays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$1 50; established 1S07; M. M. Carter, editor 
and publisher. 

PLYE PLAINS Herald; Fridays; neutral; 
fourpages; size 24x36; subscription 81' 50; es- 
tablished 1859;S.T. Hoag, editor and publisher. 

PLATTSBIIR«, Clinton Co. Democrat; 
Tuesdays; democratic; fourpages; size 26x40; 
subscription $2; established I860; 1). Edwin 
Conery. editor and publisher. 

pLatTSBC1M.1I Republican; Saturdays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1810 ; It. G. Stone, editor 
and publi sher . 

PLATTSBHIMJII Sentinel ; Fridays ; republi- 
can ; fourpages; size 29x45 ; subscription 82; 
established 1855; A. W. Lansing, editor; A. W. 
Lansing & Son, publishers ; claims 1,850 circu- 
lation. 



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PORT BYROJf Times ; Tuesdays ; republican : 
four pages; size 21x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1851; C. Marsh, editor and publisher. 

PORT CHESTER Journal; Thursdays; in- 
dependent ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1868; B. F. Ashley, edit- 
or and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

PORT JEFFEKSOiV, Independent Press; 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $125; established 1865; H.Mark- 
ham, editor and publisher. 

PORT JERVIS Gazette ; tri-weekly; and 
weekly; four pages; size — tri-weekly 20x27, 
weekly 24x36; subscription — tri-weekly 85, 
weekly $2; established 1869; Gazette Printing 
Co., editors and publishers. 

PORT JERVIS, Tri-States Union ; Fridays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subsci'ip- 
tion $2; established 1850; Daniel Holbrook, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 940 circulation. 

PORT LEYDEJ1 Register; Fridays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $1 50 ; 
established 1867 ; James E.N. Backus, editor 
and publisher; 1,150 positive circulation. 

PORT LEIDEN, Sabbath School Gem; 
monthly; baptist; four pages; size 17x24; sub- 
scription 30 cents ; established 1867; James E. 
N. Backus, editor and publisher. 

POTSDAM, Courier and Freeman; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; sub- 
scription $150; established 1852; Elliot Pay, 
editor and publisher; circulation 2,000. 

POUGHHEEPSIE Eagle ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays; repub- 
lican; four pages: size— daily 26x41, weekly 
31x46; subscription— daily $~\ weekly $2; es- 
tablished—daily 1860, weekly 1828; Isaac Piatt, 
editor; Isaac Piatt & Son, publishers; claims 
daily 1,600, weekly 2, sun circulation. 

POUGHHEEPSIE Morning JVews ; every 
morning except Sunday; independent; four 
pages; size 20x28; subscription $5; established 
1868; T. G. Nichols, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,600 circulation. 

POIGHKEEPSIE Press ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Poughkeepsi'e Telegrapli, 
Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size — 
daily 26x38, weekly 30x17; subscription— daily 
$6, weekly $2; established— daily 1863, weekly 
1825 ; Edward B. Osborne, editor and publisher; 
claims daily 700 circulation. 

POCGHPEEPSIE Telegraph ; (see Press.) 

POUGHKEEPSIE, Dutchess County Ad- 
vertiser ; semi-monthly; four pages; size 
21x28: subscription 75 cents; established 1868. 

POUGHKEEPSIE, Eiterary Monthly ; 
thirty-two pages octavo ; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1868; S. P. Hermance & Son, pub- 
lishers. 

PRATTSBFRGH Advertiser ; Fridays; inde- 
pendent; four liases; size 22x31; subscription 
$1 50; established 1867; C. B. Hoke, editor and 
publisher. 

PRATTSVILLE, Mountain Sentinel ; Mon- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 18x26 ; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1858 : M. G. Marsh, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

PULASKI Democrat ; Thursdays ; four pages : 
size 24x36; subscription $1 50; established 
1850; S. C. Miller, editor and publisher. 

PlIiTYEYVIUEE, Commercial Press ; 
monthly ; republican ; four pages ; size 12x18 ; 
subscription 25 cents; established 1860; J. M 
Reynolds, editor and publisher; claims 1,200 
circulation. 

RANDOLPH Register; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1835; Win. A. Shewman, editor and 
publisher. 
RED HOOK Advertiser ; Saturdays; font- 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 ; established 
1866; Chauncey A. Reed, editor and publisher. 
RED HOOK Journal ; Fridays ; independent ; 
four pages ; size 21x28 ; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1859; Albert Piester, editor and pub- 
lisher: claims 500 circulation. 
RHIXEBECK Gazette; Tuesdays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $1 50; 
established 1848; T. C. Noxon, editor; Thomas 
Edgerly, publisher. 



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RITCHFIEED SPRINGS Mercury; Fridays ; 

neutral; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$1 50; established 1867; Henry L. Brown, editor 
and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

ROCHESTER Beobachter ; everyday except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; German; 
republican; four pages; size 23x33; subscrip- 
tion—daily $7 80; established 1851 ; Andolph 
Nolte, editor and publisher; claims daily 900 
circulation. 

ROCHESTER Chronicle ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday ; Seini- Weekly and Weekly ; 
four pages; size — daily 27x41 ; subscription — 
daily $6, semi-weekly $2, weekly $1 ; establish- 
ed 1868; Rochester Publishing Association, 
editors and publishers. 

ROCHESTER Democrat ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, Semi-Weekly, Tuesdays and 
Fridays, and "Weekly, Fridays; republican; 
four pages ; size 29x46 ; subscription — daily $10, 
semi-weekly $4, weekly $2; established daily 
1833; D. D. S. Brown, editor and publisher. 

ROCHESTER Evening Express ; every 
evening except Sunday ; Tri- Weekly, Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x41 ; 
subscription — daily $10, tri-weekly $5, weekly 
$2; established 1859; F.S.Rew, editor-in-chief; 
Tracy & Rew, publishers ; claims — daily 1.300, 
tri-weekly 4,500, and weekly 7,000 circulation. 

ROCHESTER Journal ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday ; four pages ; size 17x21 ; subscrip- 
tion $4 ; established 1867 ; Arthur I). AValbridge, 
editor and publisher. 

ROCHESTER Union and Advertiser; every 
evening except Sunday : Semi- Weekly, Tues- 
days and Fridays, and Rochester Republi- 
can, Thursdays; democratic; four pages; 
size2Sx46; subscription — daily $10, semi-week- 
ly $4, weekly $2; established— daily 1825, 
weekly 1816; George G. Cooper and Win. Pur- 
cell, editors ; Curtis Morey & Co., publishers; 
claims — daily 15,000, semi-weekly 7,000, weekly 
9,000 circulation. 

ROCHESTER, Volksblatt ; (no report.) 

ROCHESTER Republican; (see Union arid 
Advertiser.) 

ROCHESTER, Rural IVew Yorker ; (see New 
York city.) 

ROCHESTER American Farmer <fc School 
Visitor; semi-monthly; agricultural: sixteen 
pages; size of page 10x13; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1831; J. R. Garretsee & Co., editor 
and publisher: claims 10,000 circulation. 

ROCHESTER Earnest Christian «fc Golden 
Rule ; monthly ; thirty-two pages octavo ; sub- 
scription $1 25*; established i860; B.T. Roberts, 
editor and publisher; claims 7,125 circulation. 

ROCHESTER Illuminati; monthly: eight 
pages; size 24x36; subscription 50 cents: estab- 
lished 1868; George D. Brown, editor; Win. D. 
Baton, publisher; claims 2,500 circulation. 

ROCKVILLE CEA'TER, Picket; Fridays; 
independent; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription $1 25: established 1805; JohnH. Reed, 
editor and publisher. 

ROME, Roman Citizen ; Fridays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 27x41; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1840; Sanford & Carr, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

ROME Sentinel ; Tuesdays ; democratic : four 
pages ; size 28x41 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1835 ; Beers & Kessinger, editors and publish- 
ers; claims 1,600 circulation. 

ROYDOl'T Courier; Fridays; independent; 
four pages; size 26x39; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1848; W. H. & H. C. Romeyn, editors and 
publishers. 

ROADOUT Freeman; Wednesdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2: established 1859; Horatio Fowks, editor 
and publisher. 

SAG H ARK OR, Corrector ; Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four page*; size -Ux34; subscription 
$2; established 1822; B. 1). Sleight, editor; 
Sleight & Hunt, publishers. 

SAG HARBOR Express; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1859; John H. Hunt, editor and 
publisher. 




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h*t,km Press; Tuesdays: democratic; four 
pases; size 22x32; subscription si 50; estab- 
lished lsiT; Daniel l». (die, editor ami pub- 
lisher. 

SANDY hill Herald; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; 
established 1823; Brown & Dwyer, editors and 
publishers : claims 600 circulation. 

SARATOGA SPRINGS, Saratoga Post; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 30x44; 
subscription $2; established 1867; a. S. Baker 
A: Co., editors and publishers. 

SARATOGA SPRINGS, Saratoga Sentinel; 
ITridays; democratic; four pages; size 21x36; 
subscription $2; established ist.i; T. >;. 
Young, editor; 8. JToung, publisher; claims 
T20 circulal ion. 

SARATOGA Saratogian; {no report.) 

SACGIOHTIES. Telegraph; Fridays: neu- 
tral: four pages; size 26x36; subscription $2; 
established 1846;G. W. Biting, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 800 circulation. 

SCI! i:\i:('TAI)V. Evening Star; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and Schenectady Re- 
flector, Thursdays; democratic; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily 22x32; 
weekly 27x3 • : subscription— daily $6, weekly 
SI 5P; established 1854; J. J. Marlett, editor 
and publisher; claims daily 500 circula- 
t ion. 

SCHEKECTADT Union; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; re- 
publican : four pages; size— -daily 22x32; week- 
ly 26x38; subscription — daily $7 50, weekly 
$2; established 1865; S. G. Hamlin, editor; 
Charles Stanford, publisher. 

SCHENECTADY Reflector: (see Evening 
Star.) J 

SCHENECTADY, I>orpian; (no report.) 

Sl'llKXEVrs Monitor; Wednesdays; demo- 
ocratic; four pages; size 23x32; subscription 
81 25; established 1864; Jacob J. Multer, editor 
and publisher; claims 900 circulation. 

SCHENEVUS, Valley News; Tuesdays; four 
pages; size 23x32; subscription $1 25; estab- 
lished 1868; Philor Benedict, editor; H. T. 
( tatman. publisher. 

SCHOHARIE Republican; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2; established 1819; Sleight & Hunt, editors 
and publishers: claims 1,800 circulation. 

SCHOHARIE I'nion; Thursdays ; republican : 
four pages; size 26x38; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1838; C. C. Kromer, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 900 circulation. 

SENECA FALLS Reveille; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; lour pages: size 28x42; subscription 
$2; established 1855; Henry StoweU, editor 
and publisher. 

SENECA FALLS Senaca Co. Courier; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 27x41; sub- 
scription $2; established 1837; Simeon Holton, 
edito r.; Pew .t Holton, publishers. 

SHERBURNE News ; Saturdays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 22x32; subscription SI 50; 
established 1864; LaMonteG. Raymond, edit- 
or and publisher; claims 408 circulation. 

SING SENG, Democratic Register ; Tuesdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1868; Nelson Baldwin, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

SING SING Republican; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 2 1x38; subscription S2 50; 
established 1834; Sheldon & Curtis, editors and 
pu blish ers. 

SKANEATELES Democrat; Thursdays ; four 
pages; size 24x30; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1840; II. B. Dodge, editor and publisher. 

SOUTHOLO, Wonder; monthly; fourpages; 
size 13x21; subscription 25 cents; established 
1868; A C. Sandford, editor and publisher. 

SI'RIAGVILLE Journal and Herald; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 22x30; 
subscription ?;1 5(1; established 1853; W. \V. 
Blakeley and John H. Melvin, editors and 
publishers. 

STAPLETON, Staten Island Gazette ; Satur- 
days; fourpages; size 24x38; subscription $2; 
established 1809; John H. Tobitt, editor and 
publisher. 



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SYRACUSE, Courier and Union; every day 

except Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; fourpages; size 28x42; subscription 
—daily $8. weekly $2; established 1855; w. W. 
Green and E. L. walrath, editors; D.J. Hais- 
teet, publisher; claims daily 4,500, weekly 2 sua 

circulal ion. 

SYRACUSE Journal; every evening except 
Sunday; Semi-Weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays, and Weekly, Saturdays; republi- 
can; lour pages; size 28x42; subscription— 
daily $8, semi-weekly $4, weekly $2; estab- 
lished IStt; Carroll E. Smith, editor-in-chief; 
Truair & smith, publishers; claims daily 3,500, 
semi-weekly 500, weekly 2,000 circulation. 

SYRACUSE Standard ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Onondaga Standard, Wednes- 
days ; democratic ; four pages : size 28x 12 ; sub- 
scription—daily $8, weekly $2; Summers- & 
Co., editors and publishers. 

SYRACUSE Times; every morning except 
Sunday; four pages; size 18x26; subscription 
$4; established 1808; D. L. Sears, editor and 
publisher. 

SYRACUSE, American Wesleyan; Wednes- 
days; methodist; four pages; size 26x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1843; A. Crooks, A.M., 
editor and publisher; claims 3.720 circulation. 

SYRACUSE Central Demokrat; Saturdays; 
German ; democratic ; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription §2 50; established 1858; Dr. R. 
Hilgers, editor; Joseph A. Hoffman, publisher; 
claims 1.088 circulation. 

SYRACUSE, Onondaga Co. League; Satur- 
days; temperance; fourpages; size 21x27; sub- 
scription SI; established 1868; Carson & Gard- 
ner, editors and publishers; claims 1.000 cir- 
culation; printed at the office of the State 
Leaf/tie. 

SYRACUSE, State League; Saturdays; tem- 
perance; eight pages; size 27x42; subscription 
$2; established 1857; Carson & Gardner, editors 
and publishers: claims 4,000 circulation. 

SYRACUSE, Children's Banner ; semi- 
monthly; methodist; four pages; size 14x30; 
subscription 30 cents; established 1857; Adam 
Crooks, editor and publisher. 

TARRYTOWN Advertiser; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 20x20; subscription SI 5u; estab- 
lished 1808; J. H. Smith, editor and publisher. 

TROY, Press ; every evening except Sunday, 
and News Press, Saturdays; four pages; size 
28x42: subscription — daily $9, weekly $1; es- 
tablished 1808; Hawley Brothers, editors and 
publishers. 

TROY Times ; every evening except Sunday, 
and Weekly, Saturdays; four pages; size 
28x41; subscription— daily $10, weekly $1 50; 
established— daily 1851, weekly 1850; John M. 
Francis, editor-in-chief; J. M. Francis & Co., 
publishers; circulation — daily 7,000, weekly 

2.S00. 

TROY" Whig; every morning except Sunday, 
and "Weekly, Tuesdays; republican; four 
pages; size 25x38; subscription— daily 810, 
weekly SI 50; established 1843; A.Kirkpatrick, 
editor and publisher. 

TROY, Northern Rudget; Sundays; four 
pages; size 26x38; Charles L. MacArthur, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

TROY, Weekly Press ; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; eight pages; size26x38; subscription SI 50; 
established 1863; A. s. Pease, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

TRUOLANSRURG, Tompkins Co. Sentinel; 
Thursdays; independent; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $2; established 1868; Oscar 
M. Wilson, editor and publisher. 

TILLY, Southern Onondaga; Thursdays; 
four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; Frank Hale, editor; Hale A; Cran- 
dall, publishers; claims 900 circulation. 

UN ADILL A Times; Thursdays: independent; 
fourpages; size 24x36; subscription lit 50; es- 
tablished 1855; G. A. Dodge, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

UNION News ; Wednesdays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription SI 50; established 1850; 
M. B. Robbins, editor and publisher; claims 
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UNION SPRINGS Advertiser; Thursdays; 
four pants ; size 24x34; subscription SI 50; es- 
tablished 1800; James B. Hoff, editor arid pub- 
lisher. 

UTICA Morning Herald ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Tuesdays; repub- 
lican; daily lour pages, weekly eight pages; 
size— daily"20x38, weekly 32x44 ; subscription — 
daily $0, weekly $-2; Ellis H. Roberts, editor 
and publisher; claims daily (5,000, weekly 5,000 
circulation. 

UTICA Observer ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and Observer and Democrat, Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x36; subscrip- 
tion — daily $8, weekly $1 50; established 1810; 
Grove & Bailey, editors and publishers; cir- 
culation— daily '-',500, weekly 2,500. 

UTICA, Gospel Messenger ; Thursdays; epis- 
copal ; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2 50; established 1826; Rev. W. T. Gibson, 
1). D., editor; Grove & Bailey, publishers; 
claims 5.000 circulation. 

UTICA, Saturday Evening Telegraph ; Sat- 
urdays; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
50 cents; established 1868; David P. Ritchie, 
editor and publisher; claims 2,200 circulation. 

UTICA, Temperance Patriot ; Fridays; tem- 
perance: four pages; size 20x40; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Wm. M. Ireland, editor 
and publisher. 

UTICA, Y'Rrych ; weekly ; Welsh ; republican ; 
eight pages; size 27x41; subscription §2 50; es- 
tablished 1851; J. Mather Jones, editor and 
publisher. 

tJTICA Bulletin ; (no report.) 

UTICA, General Advertiser; monthly; four 
pages; size 28x40; subscription 50 cents'; estab- 
lished 1867; John Tillinghast, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 3,000 circulation. 

UTICA, Manufacturers' and Lmnbermcns' 
Journal; monthly; four pages; size 24x30; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1867; Wood 
& Mann, SteamEngine Co., publishers; issued 
principally to advertise the publishers. 

UTICA, Y'Cyfnill; monthly; Welsh ; method- 
ist ; thirty-two pages octavo ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1830; Rev. M. A. Ellis, editor; Mrs. 
Wm: Rowlands, publisher; claims 2,000 circu- 
lation. 

TJTICA, American Journal of Insanity ; 
quarterly; one hundred and twenty-five 
pages; size of page 0x10: subscription $4; 
established 1844; Medical Officers of the State 
Lunatic Asylum, editors and publishers. 

WALTOS Chronicle ; Wednesdays; four 
pases: size 22x32; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1869; A. D. Hitchcock, editor and pub- 
lisher: printed at the office of the Franklin 
Register. 

WARREN YILLAKE, Rockland Co. Mes- 
senger; (see Haverstraw.) 

WARSAW, Western New Yorker; Thurs- 
days : republican : four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2: established 1810; Wm. H. Merrill, 
editor; Dudley & Merrill, publishers; claims 
1.500 circulation. 

WARSAW, Wyoming Democrat ; Fridays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 20x12; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 18113; John Ransom, editor 
and publisher. 

WARSAW, Masonic Tidings ; semi-monthly; 
masonic; eight pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$1 ; established 1805; John Ransom, editor and 
publisher. 

WARWICK Advertiser; Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 21x38; subscription $2 ; established 
1800; Leonard Cox, editor and publisher. 

WATERFORD Sentinel; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 30x14; subscription 
$2; established 1858; A. S. Baker & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers. 

WATERLOO, Seneca Observer; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x30; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1825; E. W. Sen- 
tell, editor and publisher; claims 800 circula- 
tion. 

WATERTOWN, New York Reformer; ev- 
ery evening except Sunday, and Weekly, 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size — 
daily 22x32, weekly 30x40; subscription— daily 



NEW YORK. 



$0, weekly $1 50; established 1850; L. Ingalls 
& Co., editors and publishers; circulation — 
daily 900, weekly 5,300. 

WATERTOWN Re-Union; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 20x41 ; subscription 
$2; established 1800; A. H. Hall, editor and 
publisher; claims 2,800 circulation. 

WATERVILLE Times; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1*57; R. S. Ballard, editor and publisher. 

WATKINS Express ; Thursdays: republican ; 
four pages; size 20x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1804; Levi M. Gano, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 

WATKINS Independent; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2; established 1804; S. C. Clizbe, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

WATKINS, Schuyler Co. Democrat; Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; four pages ; size 24x36 ; 
subscription $2; established 1861; W. 11. Bald- 
win, editor and publisher; claims 900 circu- 
lation. 

WAVERLT, Advocate ; Fridays ; republican ; 
four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription SI 50 ; es- 
tablished 1851; Polleys & Kenney, editors and 
publishers; claims L000 circulation. 

WAVERLT and Athens Democrat ; Tues- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1807 ; Clizbe & Schultz, 
editors and publishers; claims 900 circu- 
lation. 

WAVERLT Enterprise; semi-monthly; four 
pages ; size 12x18; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
lished 1807; Prank T. Scudder, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

WEEDSPORT Sentinel;. Fridays; republi- 
can; eight pages; size 21x30; subscription 
$1 75; established 1807; B. G. Gibb and S. D. 
Lee, editors; John Gibb & Son, publishers. 

WELLS, Hamilton Republican; Tuesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 25x37 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established 1862 ; I. Van Slyke, editor; 
I. Van Slyke & Co., publishers: printed at the 
office of the Gloversville Standard. 

WELLSVILLE, Free Press; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established L852; Henry C. Fisk, 
editor; II. C. and J. II. Fisk, publishers; circu- 
lation about 800. 

WESTCHESTER, Eastern State Journal ; 
(see White Plains.) 

WESTFIELD Republican; "Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 25x37: subscrip- 
tion SI 50; established 1855; M. C. Rice, editor 
and publisher. 

WESTFIELD, Lake Shore Enterprise ; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 2^x39; 
subscription $1 50; established 1808; S.O. Hay- 
ward, editor and publisher. 

WEST TROY, Albany Co. Democrat; Sat- 
urdays; democratic; four pages; size 21x30; 
subscription $2; established 1800; Allen Corey, 
editor and publisher. 

WEST WINFIELD, Standard Bearer; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 21x31; 
subscription $1 50; established 1859; C. Acker- 
man, editor and publisher. 

WHITEHALL. Washington Co. Chronicle; 
Fridays: republican; four pages; size 21x30; 
subscription SI 50; established 1842; Wm. H. 
Tefft. editor and publisher. 

WHITEHALL Times ; (no report.) 

WHITE PLAINS, Eastern State Journal ; 
Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 24x38; 
subscription $2 50; established 1*15; Edmund 
G. Sutherland, editor and proprietor. 

WHITNEY'S POINT, Broome Gazette ; 
Wednesdays; independent; four pages; size 
24x30; subscription SI 50; established 1858; 
Milo B. Eldridge, editor and publisher. 

WINDHAM CENTRE, Windham Journal ; 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; 
subscription SI 50; established 1857; Eugene 
Raymond, editor; Raymond & Woolhiger, 
publishers; claims 800 circulation. 

YONKERS, Herald; every evening except 
Sunday; four pages; size 10x23; subscription 
$5: established 1807 ; Thomas Smith, editor and 
publisher. 



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YONKEHS, Garotte ; Saturdays: democratic; 
four pages; size 26x38; subscription $•">; estab- 
lished 1853; J. G. P. Holden, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

YOXKERS, Statesman] Thursdays; republi- 

can: eight pages; size 32x44; subscription $3; 
established 1856; Jotham Smith, editor; M. F. 
Howe, publisher; claims 3,400 circulation. 

T«.\Ki:itS K«-al Estate Bulletin; semi- 
monthly; four pages; size 16x22; established 
1869; II. w. Bashford, editor and publisher; an 
advertising sheet, with gratuitous circulation. 

YOC.\<;s\lLLE, Local Record; Fridays; 
four pages; size 19x26; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1863; Morgans & Childs, editors and 
publishers. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



ASIIEVILLE News and We stern Farmer; 

Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x33; subscription S3; established 1848; Kobt. 
M . Stokes], publisher. 

ASHEVILLE Pioneer; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 25x30; subscription $2; 
established 1866; A. II. Jones, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

CHARLOTTE, Courier-Bulletin ; everyday 
except Sunday, and Trl- Weekly; four pages; 
size 20x28; E. H. Britton, editor and publisher. 

CHARLOTTE, Carolina Times ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday; Tri- Weekly ; and 
■Weekly Mews, Tuesdays ; four pages; size — 
daily 18x25; subscription — daily §7, tri-weekly 
$1, weekly $2 50; established 1854; K. P. War- 
ing, editor and publisher. 

CHARLOTTE, Union Republican; Tues- 
days; republican; four pages ; size 22x31; sub- 
scription S2 50; established 1887. 

CHARLOTTE, Western Democrat; weekly; 
four pages.; W. J. Yates, editor and publisher. 

CHARLOTTE, Evangelical Lutheran ; (no 
report.) 

CHARLOTTE, Great Southern; (no report.) 

CHARLOTTE, Land We Love; monthly; 
ninety-six pages octavo; subscription S3; es- 
tablished 1868; D. II. Hill, editor and publisher; 
circulation about 2,000. 

EOENTON, Transcript; Wednesdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 23x32; subscription 
£.'!.• established 1807; Wm. Brenan, editor and 
publisher. 

FAYETTEYILLE, Eagle ; Wednesdays ; 
democratic-; four pages; size 25x37; subscrip- 
tions:!: established 1866 ;H.L.& J. H.Myrover, 
editors and publishers. 

FAYETTEVILLE, North Carolina Pres- 
byterian; Wednesdays; presby terian ; four 
pages; size 25x39; subscription $3; Rev. J. JM. 
Sherwood, editor and publisher; circulation 
about 3,000. 

GOLDSBOBO Messenger; every morning 
except Sunday, and Sunday Messenger, Sun- 
days; democratic; four pages; size— daily 
20x26, Sunday 22x30; subscription— daily $8, 
Sunday |2; established 1868; J. A. Bonitz, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims from 700 to 800 daily 
circulation. 

GOLOSBORO, I>ie IVord Carolina Staats 
Zeitung; Saturdays; German; four pages; 
size 24x32; subscription $3; established 1869; 
J. A. Bonitz. editor and publisher. 

GOLDSBORO News; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic: four pages; size 23x33; subscription 
$3; established 1865; J. B. Whitaker, editor 
and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

GREENSBORO, Message; every alternate 
week; four pages; Bize 21x36; subscription 82; 
established 1852; Mrs. T. M. Bumpass, editor 
and publisher. 

tlREIO.VSBORO, Patriot and Times ; Thurs- 
diiys; democratic; four pages; size 24x33; sub- 
scription $2; established 1838; James W. Al- 
bright & Bro., editors and publishers; claims 
850 circulation. 

HENDERSON Index ; semi-weekly; Tuesdays 
and Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 
23x33; subscription $2 50; established 1866; 
Furman & Newby, editors and publishers; 
claims 125 circulation. 



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HENOERSONYILLE, Cottage Visitor; 

Wednesdays; four pages; size 22x30; sub- 
scription $150; established 1867; N. Bowcn , 
editor and publisher. 

Hillsborough Recorder; Wednesdays.; 

four pages; size 18x24 ; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1821; Dennis Ileartt, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MILTON Chronicle ; [no report.) 

MOHGANTON, Independent Press; Wed- 
nesdays; Courtages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2 50; established 1867; J. <>. n. Nuttall, editor 
and publisher. 

NEWBEBN Joniiial of Commerce ; every 
morning except Monday; democratic; four 
pages; size 23x33; subscription $8; established 
1800; Stephen D. Pool, editor and publisher.; 
claims 000 circulation. 

NEWEERN Times; every morning except 
Sunday, and Xewberu Republican ; week- 
ly; four pages; size 23x33; subscription — daily 
$0; George W. Nason, Jr., editor and publish- 
er; claims daily 1,150 circulation. 

NEWHERN Republican; (see Times.) 

PLYMOUTH, Roanoke Cresset; Saturdays; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2: Kobt. 
S. Goelet, editor; Goelet & Co., publishers; 
claims about 050 circulation. 

PLYMOUTH, Spirit of the Press ; monthly; 
eight pages; size 20x30; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1805 ; B. P. Barber, editor ; Barber & Co., 
publishers; claims 700 circulation. 

RALEIGH, North Carolina Standard; 
every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
24x37; subscription— daily $10, weekly $3; J. 
B. Neathery & Co., editors and publishers. 

RALEIGH Sentinel ; everyday except Sun- 
day; Semi-W T eekly, Wednesdays and Satur- 
days, and Weekly, Tuesdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x37; subscription— daily $8, 
semi-weekly $4, weekly $2; Wm. E. Pell* and 
Seaton Gales, editors; W. E. Pell, publisher. 

RALEIGH, Biblical Recorder; Wednes- 
days; baptist; four pages; size 28x12; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1S30; circulation about 
2.000. 

RAEEIGH, Episcopal Methodist; Wednes- 
days; methodist; four pages; size 23x32; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1807; Rev. H. 1. 
Hudson, editor; R. II. Whitaker, publisher. 

RALEIGH, Friend of Temperance; Fridays ; 
four pages ; size 21x28 ; subscription $1 50; 'es- 
tablished 1807; R. H. Whitaker, editor and 
publisher. 

R ALEIGH, Square and Compass; Saturdays ; 
masonic; eight pages; size 23x33; subscription 
$2 50; established l8'!7. 

RALEIGH, Deaf Mute Casket; monthly; 
four pages; size 18x24; subscription 50 cent's; 
established 1859; W. J. Palmer, editor; claims 
" from 300 to 400" circulation. 

RFTHERFORBTON, Rutherford Star ; 
Saturdays; republican; four pages; size20x:!8; 
subscription $2; established 1807; J. B. Car- 
penter & Co., editors and publishers. 

RITTHERFOROTON, Western Vindicator ; 
Mondays; democratic ; four pages; size 21x28; 
subscription $2; established 1808; R. A. Shot- 
well, editor and publisher. 

SALEM, People's Press; Fridays : republican ; 
four pages ; size 24x35 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1852; L. V. Blum, editor and publisher. 

SALISBURY, Old North State ; triweekly, 
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and 
Watchman and Old North State, Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size — tri-weekly 22x32, 
weekly 21x30; subscription— tri-weekly $5, 
weekly $3; Ilanes & Bruncr, editors and" pub- 
lishers. 

STATESVILLE, American ; Tuesdays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 25x36; subscription 
$3; established 1858; Eugene B.Drake & Son, 
editors and publishers. 

TARBORO, Southerner; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$3; established 1824; Charles & Briggs, editowt 
and publishers. 

WADESBORO, North Carolina Argus 
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tion $3; established 1843; Prank Darley, edit- 
or and publisher. 

WARRENTON, Courier; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1867. 

WELDO.\, Roanoke News; semi-weekly; 
Wednesdays and Saturdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription St; established 
1857 ; Stone & Uzzell, editors and publishers; 
claims 500 circulation. 

WILMINGTON, Journal ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays: demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x36; subscription — 
daily $10, weekly $3 ; Engelhard & Price, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

WILMINGTON, Morning Star; every morn- 
ing except Sunday; democratic; four pages; 
size 22x30; subscription $5; established 1866; 
Wm. H. Bernard, editor and publisher. 

WILMINGTON Post ; semi-weekly; Sundays 
and Thursdays : republican; four pages ; size 
23x33 ; subscription $4; established 1867; J. C. 
Mann, editor and publisher; claims 1,500 cir- 

. dilation. 

WILMINGTON Masonic Sun ; monthly; six- 
teen pages; size of page 9x12; subscription 
$2; established 1868; Thos. B. Carr, M. D., ed- 
itor and publisher. 

WILSON, Plaintlealer ; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; subscription $2; establish- 
ed 1868: C. S. McDaniel, editor and publisher. 

WINSTON, Western Sentinel; Thursdays; 
democratic : four pages ; size 21x30; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1855; Geo. M. Mathes, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 900 circulation. 



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AKRON, Summit Co. Beacon; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 30x49; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1839; S. A. Lane, editor; 
Lane, Canfield & Co., publishers; circulation 
2,500. 

AKRON City Times; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 27x41 ; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; Samuel Pike and Q. G. Crane, 
editors; G. G. Crane & Co., publishers; claims 
1,950 circulation. 

ALLIANCE Christian Standard ; Saturdays ; 
Campbellites; eight pages; size 32x44; sub- 
scription $2; established 1S66 ; I.Errett, editor- 
in-chief and publisher ; claims 6,000 circulation. 

ALLIANCE Monitor; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 32x16; subscription $2; 
established 1864 ; Mrs. Mattie McClellan Brown, 
editor; J. W. Garrison, publisher. 

ANTWERP Gazette ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
four pa^es; size 24x34; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1866; W. E. Osborn, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 850 circulation. 

ASHLANO Times; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 28x43; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1853; L. J. Sprengle, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ASHLAND States and Union ; Wednesdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1S46; George W. Hill, 
editor and publisher. 

ASHTABULA Telegraph ; Saturdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1848 : James Reed, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

ATHENS Messenger; Thursdays; republi- 

• can; four pages; size 26x42; subscription $2; 
established 1826 ; Charles E. M. Jennings, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,700 circulation. 

BARNESVILLE Enterprise ; Wednesdays ; 
neutral; four pages; size 24x37; subscription 
$2 ; established 1866 ; George McClelland, editor 
and publisher; claims 900 circulation. 

B ATAVIA, Clermont Courier ; Thursdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1831; Browning Brothers, 
editors and publishers. 

BAT A VI A, Clermont Sun; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1828; H. V. Kerr, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,050 circulation. 

BELLEFONTAINE Republican; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 28x44; subscrip- 



tion $2; established 1855; J. Q. A. Campbell, 
editor and publisher. 

BELLEVUE Gazette; Saturdays ; eight pases ; 
size 22x32; subscription $2; established 1867; 
E. P. Brown, editor and publisher. 

BEREA, Grindstone City Advertiser; Sat- 
urdays; four pages; size 14x19; subscription 
50 cts.; established 1868; Berea Job Printing 
Co., editors and publishers. 

BERLIN HEIGHTS, Principle ; monthly; 
spiritualist; four pages; size 16x22; establish- 
ed 1868; claims 350 circulation. 

BEVERLY Citizen; Saturdays ; neutral ; four 
pages; size 25x32; subscription $2 ; established 
1868; P. P.Porter & Bro., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

BOWLING GREEN, Wood Co. Sentinel; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x35 ; 
subscription S2 ; established 1867; F. C. Culley, 
editor and publisher. 

BR VAN Democrat ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription SI 50; es- 
tablished 1863; Robt.N. Patterson, editor and 
publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

BRYAN Union Press; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $2; 
established 1857; Rob'tX. Traver, editor: Isaac 
R. Sherwood, publisher; circulation 840. 

BUCYRUS, Crawford Co. Forum; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 29x42; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1844; J. R. Clymer and 
Wm. Hubbard, editors; J. R. Clymer, publish- 
er; claims 2,000 circulation. 

BUCYRUS Journal; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 27x38; subscription $2_; estab- 
lished 1852; J. Hopley, editor and publisher. 

CADIZ Republican; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 26x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1816; Knox & Weir, editors and publish- 
ers; claims 1,000 circulation. 

CADIZ Sentinel; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pases; size 26x37; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1832] Wm. H. Arnold, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

CALDWELL, Noble Co. News ; (no report.) 

CALDWELL, Noble Co. Republican ; Thurs- 
days; republican: four pages; size 23x33; sub- 
scription $150; established 1858: C. H. Good- 
rich, editor; Goodrich & Teters, publishers 
claims 800 circulation. 

CAMBRIDGE, Guernsey Jenei-soiiian ; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pases; size 
24x37; subscription $2; established 1832; C. E. 
& W. A. Mitchener, editors and publishers; 
claims 1,100 circulation. 

CAMBRIDGE, Guei-nsey Times; republi- 
can: four pages; size 29x41; subscription $2; 
established 1820; Taylor Lenfestzy, editor and 
publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 

CANFIELD Herald; Thursdays] republican; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $150; es- 
tablished I860; E. Fitch, editor and publisher; 
circulation 500. 

CANFIELD, National Union; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1866 ; John V. Lewis, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,060 circulation. 

CANTON, Stark Co. Democrat ; Wednesdays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 29x41; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1833; A. McGregor & Son, 
editors and publishers; claims 1,500 circula- 
tion. 

CANTON, Deutsche in Ohio; Wednesdays; 
German ; democratic ; four pages ; size 21x32 ; 
subscription $2; Peter Kaufmann, editor and 
publisher. 

CANTON Repository & Republican ; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x45 ; sub- 
scription $2; established — Repository 1815, Re- 
publican 1858; consolidated 1868; JohnHartzell, 
editor; Hartzell & Sexton, publishers; claims 
2,496 circulation. 

CARDINGTON Republican; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$2; established 1866; A. M. Smith, editor and 
publisher. 

CARROLLTON, Carroll Union Press ; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pases; size 24x36; 
subscription $2 ; established 1861 ; W. McCoy 
and G. H. Teter, editors and publishers. 



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CELI\A, Mercer Co. Standard; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x87; subscrip- 
tion $] 50; established 1848; A. P. J. Snyder, 
editor and publisher; claims the Largest circu- 
lation in the county. 

ci:i„i.\a I'nion Patriot) Tuesdays; republi- 
can; fourpages; Blze22X32; subscription $1 50; 
established 1868; Charles K. Thompson, editor 
and publisber. 

cil.viti>n\. Geauga Democrat) Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 25x37; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1849; Julius O. Converse, 
editor and publisher; claims L,200 circulation. 

CHI L.L«ICOTHE Advertiser) Thursdays j dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 30x47; subscription 
$2; established 1830; John H. Putnam, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,520 circulation. 

Cllll.i.icoTin;. Ross Co. Register; Satur- 
days; lour panes; size 25x37; subscription 
$1 50; established 1868; Wilkinson & Arm- 
strong, editors and publishers. 

CHXEiIiICOTHJ3, Scioto Gaxette; Wednes- 
days; republican; tour pages; size 30x48; sub- 
scription $2; established 1800; J. R. S.Bond & 
Sou. editors and publishers. 

CIXCIAAATI Commercial; every morning, 
and Weekly : independent; eight pages; size 
31x44; subscription— daily $14, daily except 
Sunday $12, weekly $2; M. Halstead & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

CIACIAAATI Enquirer; every morning, and 
Weekly, Wednesdays; democratic; eight 
pages; size 31x44; subscription— daily $12; 
Faren A McLean, editors and publishers; 
weeklv circulation about 70,0()0. 

CIACIAAATi livening Chronicle; every 
evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Wed- 
nesdays; republican: lour pages; size 28x40; 
subscription— dailv 88, weekly $2: established 
1808; .lames II. Barrett, editor-in-chief; Cincin- 
nati Chronicle Co., publishers; claims daily 
9,000, weekly 11,000 circulation. 

CIACIAAATI CJazette ; every morning except 
Sunday: Semi-Weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days, and Weekly, Wednesdays; republican : 
four panes : size 30x46: subscription— daily $1-2, 
semi-weekly $4, weekly $2 : Cincinnati Gazette 
Co., editors and publishers; weekly circula- 
tion about 60,009. 

<I.\ 1 1AAATI Times ; every evening except 
Sunday, and 'Weekly, Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x45; subscription- 
daily $8, weekly $2; established 1840; C. W. 
Starbuck & Co., editors and publishers; claims 
daily 10.000, weekly 70,000 circulation. 

CrSrCEHTIfATI Volksklatt; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday : German ; republican ; fourpages ; 
size 27x40. * 

CIACIXAATI Volksfreund; every morning 
except Sunday; Weekly, Wednesdays, and 
Sunday; German; democratic; daily four 
pages, weekly and Sunday eight pages; size— 
daily 30x16, weekly and Sunday 30x42; sub- 
scription— daily $8, weekly $2, Sunday 8250; 
.). B. .bup A: Co., editors and publishers. 

CIACIAAATI, American Christian Review ; 
Tuesdays; disciples; eight pages; size 32x44; 
subscription s2; established 1858; Franklin & 
Rice, editors and publishers; claims 8,820 cir- 
culation. 

CIACIAAATI, Catholic Telegraph; (no re- 
port.) 

CIA't I.W'ATI, Christliche Apologete ) Mon- 
days; German; methodist; eight pages; size 
28x11 : subscription $2; established 1839; Wm. 
Nasi and B. Siebhart, editors; Hitchcock & 
Walden, publishers; claims 13,500 circulation. 

CIACI.YAATI. Christian Herald; Thurs- 
days; presbyterian; eigbl pages; size 30x45; 
subscription $2 ; established is;i2; Clement K. 
Babb, editor and publisher; claims 8,ot)0 cir- ; 
eulation. 

CIACIAAATI, Christian "World; Thursdays; 
reformed church; eight pages; size 30x45; 
subscription $2; established istv ; Rev. T. P. 
Bucher, editor and publisher; circulation 
about 6,000 

CIACIAAATl Colored Citizen) Saturdays; 
eight pages; size 2Sxt2; subscription 82: es- 
tablished )S(il ; A. Moore, editor and publisher; 



devoted to the social and intellectual im 

provement Of the colored people. 
CI.YCI.WATI, Die Daborah ; Fridays ; Ger- 

man; Jewish; four pages; size L9x25; sub- 
scription s2 ; established 1854; Isaac M.Wise, 
editor; Edward BlOCb and Isaac M. Wise, pub- 
lishers; printed at the office of the Israelite. 
Cl.\Ci.\.\ATI, Der Sendbote ; Wednesdays; 

German; baptist; fourpages; size 27x40; sub» 
seription 81 75; established 1866; Rev. r. W. 
Itickel, editor; German Baptisl Publishing 
Society, publishers; claims 2,800 circulation. 

CIACIAAATI, Israelite ; Fridays; .Jewish; 
eight pages; size 29x43; subscription si; es- 
tablished 1854; Isaac M. Wise, editor; BlochA 
Co., publishers; claims 4,700 circulation. 

CIACIAAATI Journal of Commerce ; Satur- 
days: commercial; four pages; size 29x43; 
subscription $3; established 1865; Journal of 
Commerce Co., editors and publishers. 

CIACIAAATI, Journal and Messenger; 
Thursdays; baptist; eight pages; size. 30x40; 
subscription $2 50; established 1832; Thomas 
J. Melisb, editor-in-chief and publisher; claims 
about 5,000 circulation. 

CIACIAAATI, ATational Cnion; Sundays; 
fourpages; size 24x36; subscription^; estab- 
lished 1862; Enos B. Reed, editor and publish- 
er; claims 5,000 circulation. 

CIACIAAATI, Our Boys in Blue; Satur- 
days; eight pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2; established 1868; Moore & McGrew, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

CIACIAAATI, Rresbyter; Wednesdays ; pres- 
byterian ; eight pages ; size 30x45; subscription 
$2; established 183'.); Monfort & Wampler, ed- 
itors and publishers; circulation about 6,000. 

CIACIAAATI Price Current; Wednesdays; 
commercial; fourpages; size 26x35; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1844; Wm. Smith, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,960 circulation. 

CIACIAAATI, Railroad Record; Thursdays ; 
sixteen pages; size 25x37; subscription 83; 
established 1853 : E. D. Mansfield and T. Wright- 
son, editors: Wrightson & Co., publishers. 

CIACIAAATI, Star in the West ; Saturdays; 
universalist ; eight pages ; size 28x42 ; subscrip- 
tion 8250; established 1827; Williamson & Cant- 
well, editors and publishers ; circulation about 
6.000. 

CIACIAAATI, Sunday Globe ) Sundays ; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2 50; established 1868; Campbell & Mack, ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 5,500 circulation. 

CIACIAAATI, Temperance Age; (no repoi-t.) 

CIACIAAATI, Weekly Republic ; Thurs- 
days; eight pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2*25; established 1865; Caddis, Campbell & 
Karr, editors and publishers; organ of the 
Grand Army of the Republic. 

CIACIAAATI, Western Christian Advocate; 
Wednesdays; methodist; eight pages; size 
34x40: subscription $2 50; established is.",t; s. 
M. Merrill, D. D., editor-in-chief; Hitchcock 
& Walden, publishers; claims 23,520 circula- 
tion. 

CIACIAAATI, Free Nation ; semi-monthly; 
eight pages; size 28x42; subscription $1 ; estab- 
lished 1861; A. Moore, editor and publisher; 
printed at the office of the Colored Citizen. 

CIACIAAATI, American Farmers' Maga- 
zine; mouthlv; thirty-two pages; size of 
page 7x10; subscription $1 25; established 
1868; Charles S. Burnett, editor and publisher. 

CIACIAA T ATI, Rental Register; monthly; 
forty-two pages octavo: subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1846; J. Tift & G. Watt, editors; J. 
Tift, publisher; circulation 600; devoted strict- 
ly to matters of interest to the dental profes- 
sion. 

CIACIAAATI Educational Times; monthly; 
subscription $1 50; Nelson & Faber, editors 
and publishers. 

CIACIAAATI, Eclectic Medical Journal ; 
monthly: sixty pages octavo; subscription 
$2; established 1841; John M, Scudder, M. D:, 
editor and publisher. 

CIACIAAATI, Ladies' Repository; monthly ; 
eighty pages; size of page 7x11; subscription 
$:F50; established 1841; Isaac W. Wiley, D. D. 



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editor; Hitchcock & Walden, publishers; de- 
voted to literature, art, religion and general 
knowledge; claims 33,500 circulation. 
CINCINNATI Lancet and Observer; month- 
ly ; medical ; sixty -four pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1842; Dr. Edward B. Ste- 
vens, editor and publisher; claims about 2,000 
circulation. 
CINCINNATI, Masonic Review ; (no report.) 
CINCINNATI, Mount Auburn Index; month- 
ly ; eight pages ; size 19x25 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1808 ; Kev. A. J. Rowland, editor; 
J. II. White, publisher; devoted to the educa- 
tion of girls and young women in female semi- 
naries. 
CINCINNATI, Railroader; semi-monthly; 
one hundred and twenty pages octavo; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1866; Barney Bad- 
rick & Co., publishers; claims 10,000 circula- 
tion. 
CINCINNATI, Trade Journal and Bank 
Mirror ; semi-monthly ; thirty-two pages ; size 
of page 8x11; subscription $3; established 
1850; S. S. Davis & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 
CINCINNATI, Western World; monthly; 
eight pages; size 29x43; subscription 50 cents; 
established 1858; J. L. McGrew, editor and 
publisher. 
CINCINNATI, Wahrheits Freuud ; (no re- 
port.) 
CINCINNATI, Medical Iteperatory ; (no re- 
port.) 
CIRCLEVILLE Democrat; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size25x3S; subscription $2 ; 
established 1852; A. R. Van Cleaf, editor and 
publisher. 
CIRCLEVILLE Union; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 27x40; subscription §2; estab- 
lished 1817; P. C. Hayes, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,200 circulation. 
CLEVELAAD Herald ; every morning and 
evening except Sunday ; Tri- Weekly, Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, ami Weekly, 
Saturdays ; republican ; daily four pages, week- 
ly eight pages; size 28x42; subscription— daily 
§10, tri- weekly $5, weekly $2; established 1834; 
Fairbanks, Benedict & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers ; claims daily 7,500, weekly 10,000 circu- 
lation. 
CLEVELANB Leader; every morning and 
evening except Sunday ; Tri- Weekly, Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Saturdays; republican; daily and tri-weekly 
four pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily 
28x44, weekly 30x44; subscription— daily $10, 
tri-weekly $5, weekly $2; established 1844; Ed- 
win Cowfes, editor ; Cleveland Leader Print- 
ing Co., publishers; circulation — daily 8,380, 
weekly 2.890. 
CLEVELASID Plain I>ealer; every evening 
except Sunday; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; four pages; size 27x40; 
subscription — daily $10, tri-weekly $5, weekly 
$2; established 1841 ; W. W. Armstrong and P. 
W. Green, edicors and publishers ; weekly cir- 
culation about 8.000. 
CLBVELMD, Wachter am Erie ; every day, 
and Weekly ; German ; republican ; four 
pages; subscription— daily $8, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1852; A. Thieme, editor and publish- 
er: claims daily 1.500 circulation. 
CLEVELAND, Christliche Botschafter ; 
Wednesdays; German; eight pages; size 
31x43; subscription $2; R. Dubs, editor; \V. W . 
Orwig, publisher; claims over 15,000 circula- 
tion ; German organ of the Evangelical Asso- 
ciation. 
CLEVELAND, Evangelical Messenger ; 
Thursdays; eight pages; size 33x43; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1847; T. G. Clewell, editor ; 
W. W. Orwig, publisher; claims 8,000 circula- 
tion ; organ of the Evangelical Association. 
CEEVELAIVD Genua uia ; {no report.) 
CLEVELAND, Ohio Farmer; Saturdays; 
agricultural ; sixteen pages, with covers; size 
of page 10x14 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1852; Sullivan D. Harris, editor-in-chief and 
publisher; circulation about 8,000. 



CLEVELAND, Christliche Kinderf reund ; 

monthly; German; W. W. Orwig, publisher. 
CLEVELAflID, Sunday School Messenger ; 

monthly; W. W. Orwig, publisher. 
CLEVELAND, Braiuard's Musical World ; 

monthly ; twenty-fouppages ; size of page 9x12 ; 
subscription $1 ; established 1852 ; S. Brainard 
& Sons, editors and publishers; claims 8,000 
circulation. 
CLEVELAND, Ohio Medical and Surgical 
Reporter ; bi-monthly ; homoeopathic ; thirty- 
two pages ; size of page 0x9 ; subscription $1 ; 
established 1807; T. P.Wilson, M. D., editor; 
Withe & Co., publishers; circulation 1,300. 
CLEVELAND, Ohio Spiritualist ; (no report.) 
CLYDE Times ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1805; A. Louis Zahin, editor and publisher ; 
claims 000 circulation. 

COLFMBFS Morning Journal ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday ; Tri-W T eekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Ohio State 
Journal, Saturdays; republican ; eight pages ; 
size 27x42; subscription — daily $8, tri-weekly 
$4 50, weekly $2; established— daily 1838, 
weekly 1811 ; Comly & Smith, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

COLFMBFS, Ohio Statesman ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday; Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size — 
daily and tri-weekly 27x37, weekly 30x42 ; sub- 
scription—daily $9, tri-weekly $4 50, weekly 
$2 ; established 1832 ; E. B. Eshelman and C. H. 
Flood, editors; Richard Nevins, publisher. 

COLFMBFS, Christian Witness ; Thursdays ; 
eight pages; size 24x35; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1854; Rev. A. S. Biddison, editor and 
proprietor; claims 2,00Ocirculation; advocates 
christian union. 

COLFMBl'S, Crisis; Wednesdays; democrat- 
ic; eight pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1801; Wm. Trevitt and W. W. 
Webb, editors ; Wm. Trevitt & Co., publishers ; 
claims 10,000 circulation. 

COLFMBFS Gazette ; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 25x39; subscription $1 50; established 
1849; Glenn & Heidc, editors and publishers. 

COLFMBl'S, Sunday Morning News; Sun- 
days; four pages; size 22x32 ; subscription $2; 
established 1868; W. W. Webb, editor; Colum- 
bus Printing Co., publishers; claims 3,000 cir- 
culation. 

COLFMBFS, Lutheran Standard ; semi- 
monthly ; Lutheran ; eight pages ; size 22x29 ; 
subscription $1; established 1851 ; Rev.M.Loy, 
editor and proprietor. 

COLFMBFS, Der Odd Fellow; monthly; 
German ; odd-fellowship ; sixty-four pages 
octavo; subscription $2 50; established 1867; 
Henry Lendenberg, editor; M. C. Lilley&Co., 
publishers; claims 3,200 circulation; printed 
at the office of the Odd Fellow's Companion. 

COLFMBFS, Odd Fellow's Companion ; 
monthly; odd-fellowship; sixty-four pages 
octavo; subscription $2 50; established 1865; 
Henry Lendenberg, editor; M. C. Lilley & Co., 
publishers: claims 11,100 circulation. 

COLFMBFS, Ohio Educational Monthly; 
sixty-four pages octavo; subscription $1 50; 
established 1852; E. E. White, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 4,000 circulation. 

CONNEAFT Reporter; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1844; J. P. Rieg, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

COSHOCTON Age ; Fridays; republican ; four 
pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1824; T. W. Collier, jr., editor and publisher; 
claims 1,200 circulation. 

COSHOCTON Democrat; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x42; subscription 
$2; established 1842; John C. Fisher, editor 
and publisher; claims 1.150 circulation. 

DAYTON Journal; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Tuesdays; republican; 
four pages; size— daily 25x.">9* weekly 27x41; 
subscription — daily $9, weekly $2; established 
1808; W. D. Bickliam, editor and publisher; 
claims daily 1,920, weekly 1,400 circulation. 



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i».\VTO.\ Ledger; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; democrat- 
ic! daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size 

, — daily 24x38, weekly 27x39; subscription — 
daily $7, weekly $2; established 1886; Ledger 
Company, editors and publishers; claims daily 
1,000, weeklj 3,090 circulation. 

dayti»\ Volkszeitung j cvitv morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly. Thursdays; Ger- 
man; four pages; Bize — daily 22x32, weekly 
27x40; subscription— daily $6 50; established 
18 16 : 1 H'(>. Neder, editor ami publisher. 

DAYTOA, Herald of Gospel Liberty; Satur- 
days; christian; four pages; size 27x10; sub- 
scription $2; established 1808; H. Y. Rush, ed- 
itor; O. .V. Roberts, publisher; claims 5,000 cir- 
culation. 

DAYTOA. Religions Telescope; Wednes- 
days; eight pages; size 32x44; subscription $2; 
established 1834; Rev. I>. Berger, editor; Rev. 
W.J. Shuey, publisher; organ of the Church 
ni' the United Brethren in Christ; claims 
in, mm circulation. 

I)A\TO.\, Woman's Advocate; Thursdays; 
eighl pages; size 17x25; subscription $1 50; 
established 1868; A. J. Boyer, editor; J. J. Bel- 
ville. proprietor. 

OAYTOS Children's Friend; semi-monthly; 
illustrated; subscription 30 cents; Rev. W. J. 
Shuey, editor and publisher; claims 30,000 cir- 
culation. 

DAYTOA Missionary Visitor ; semi-monthly ; 
illustrated: subscription 30 cents; Rev. W.J. 
Shuey, editor and publisher. 

DAYTOA, Sunday School Herald; semi- 
monthly; christian; four pages; 2!>.\42; sub- 
scription 30 cents; H. Y. Rush, editor; O. A. 
Roberts, publisher; claims 1-2,000 circulation. 

DEFIANCE Democrat; (no report.) 

DEt'IAA'CE Express; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1867; Francis Brooks, editorand pro- 
prietor. 

DELAWARE Gazette; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 27x42; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1819; Lee & Thomson, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

DELAWARE, Herald; Thursdays: demo- 
cratic: four pages; size 25x36; subscription $2 ; 
established 1865; E. F. Poppleton, editor and 
publisher. 

DELAWARE, Western Collegian; semi- 
monthly; eight pages; size 22x2';; subscription 
SI 50; established 1867; S. W. Welsh, Thadeus 
dead and Ed. Thomson, Jr., editors; Lee & 
Thomson, publishers; devoted to the students 
of the <>hio Wesleyan University; claims 500 
circulation. 

EAST LIVERPOOL Record; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 2Sx3S; subscription 
§2 : established L868; Foster* Burchard, editors 
and proprietors; claims 1,100 circulation. 

EATOA Democrat; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 26x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866; G. W. Mehaffey, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

EATOA Register; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 28x40; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1842; Tizzora & .Morris, editors and 
publishers; claims 1,150 circulation. 

ELMORE Courier; Fridays; neutral; four 
pages; size 2-2x32; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; W. H. Greene, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ELVRIA Independent Democrat; Wednes- 
days: republican; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1852; Geo. G. Wash- 
burn, editor and publisher. 

ELVRIA, Lorain Constitutionalist; Wed- 
nesdays ; democratic ; four pages; size 25x37; 
subscription $2; L. N. established 1866; P. S. 
Johnson, editor: Moore, publisher; claims 730 
c ircul ation. 

ELVRIA, Lorain Templar's Offering ; 
monthly ; temperance; eight pages; size 17x23; 
subscription 50 cents; established 1868. 

FIADLAV, Hancock Courier; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 27x44; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1836; Lewis Glessner, ed- 
itor and proprietor; claims 1,300 circulation. 



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FIADLAV, Ham -ock JcflVrsoniaii ; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 29x44; subscrip- 
tion (2; established L854 ; ES. G. Dewolf & Co., 
editors and publishers. 
FRAARLiA 1 Gazette 3 Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 20x2"; subscription $9; 
established 1868; James H. Taggart, «'ditorand 
publisher. 
FREMONT Courier; Thursdays; German; 
democratic; fourpages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1859; Dr. F. willmer, ed- 
itor; 1*. Knerr, publisher; claims 700 circula- 
tion. 
FRE.MOAT, Democratic Messenger; Thurs- 
days; democratic; lour pages; size 28x42; 
subscription $2; established 1864; James 8. 
Van Valkenburgh. editor and publisher; 
claims 1.200 circulation. 
FREMOA'T Journal; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 28x44; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1829; A. II. Balsley, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 
GALIOAf, Review; Thursdays; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1805; II. S. Z. Matthias, editor and 
publisher. 
GALLIPOLIS Bulletin ; Wednesdays ; four 
pages; size 20x41; subscription $2 ; established 
1807; J. L. Vance, editor and publisher. 
GALLIPOLIS Dispatcli ; Fridays; democrat- 
ic; fourpages; size 21x38; subscription §1 50; 
established 1857; W. II. Morehead, editor and 
publisher; claims 675 circulation. 
GALLIPOLIS Journal; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; 
established 1817; Wm. Nash, editor; Wm. II. 
Nash, publisher: claims 1,200 circulation. 
GARRITTSVILLE Journal; Wednesdays; 
independent; four pages; size 22x32; siib- 
scription $1 50; established 1867; W. Pierce, 
editorand publisher; claims 336 circulation,. 
GEAEVA Times; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1807; Spencer & Vaughan, editors 
and publishers. 
GEORGETOWN, Brown Co. Slews ; Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; four pages; size 25x38; 
subscription $2; established 1*04; H. B. Leeds, 
editor and publisher; claims 900 circulation. 
GERMAATOWA, Twin Valley Aews ; (no 

report.) 
GREEAVILLE Democrat; Wednesdays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 25x30; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1804; Charles Roland, ed- 
itorand publisher; claims 800 circulation. 
GREEAVILLE Journal; Wednesdays; re- 
publican; fourpages; size 24x30; subscription 
$1 50; established 1832; E. W. Otwell & Co., 
editors and publishers. 
HAMILTON Telegraph ; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 27xU : subscription $2 ; 
established lsH; F. H. Scobey, editor; Scobey 
& Egry, publishers: claims 1,000 circulation. 
H A M JIOADSVILLE Inde pendent ; bi- 
monthly ; four pages ; size 14x22: established 
1800; R G. Wallace, editor; W.H.Wallace & 
Son, publishers; an advertising sheet; claims 
1,500 circulation. 
HILLSBOROUGH Gazette; Thursdays; tour 
pages; size 28x42; subscription $2 : established 
1818; Malay & Marshall, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
HILLSBOROUGH, Highland Aews ; Thurs- 
days; republican; fourpages; size 28x42; sub- 
scription $2; established 1836; J. L. Board- 
man, editorand publisher; claims 850 circu- 
lation. 
HIRAM Student ; monthly ; eight pages ; size 
10x2."); subscription $1 ; established 1868 ; Stu- 
dents of Hiram College, editors; 1). N. Ut- 
ter, publisher ; claims 1,00.0 circulation. 
IROATO A Journal ; Wednesdays; republican ; 
fourpages; size 28x42; subscription §2; estab- 
lished 1867; John Combs, editorand publisher; 
claims 1,123 eireulat ion. 
IROATOA Register; (no report.) 

ja I'M so A Herahl ; Wednesdays ; democratic; 

fourpages; size 25x38; subscription *l 7">; es- 
tablished 1866; W. W. Malott, editor; smith 
Townsley, publisher; claims 700 circulation. 



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JACKSON Standard ; Thursdays ; republican ; 
ftrar pages; size 24x37; subscription $150; es- 
tablished 1S47; D. Mackley, editor and publish- 
er; claims 708 circulation. 
JEFFERSON, Ashtabula Sentinel ; Wednes- 
days ; republican ; eight pages ; size 29x43 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1832; W. C. Howells, 
editor; J. A. Howells & Co., publishers; claims 
.1,500 circulation. 
JEFFEBSOJf, Transcript; monthly; four 
pages; size 22x29; subscription 25 cents; es- 
tablished 1866 ; J. A. Howells & Co., editors and 
publishers; claims 800 circulation. 
KENT News; Wednesdays; republican; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; established 
1867; L. D. Durban & Co., editors and publish- 
.ers; claims 1,000 circulation. 
KENT, Saturday Bulletin ; Saturdays ; four 
pages ; size 24x35; subscription $1 ; established 
■1836; M. Dewey, editor and publisher. 
KENTON Democrat ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866; D. Flanagan, editor and publisher. 
KENTON Republican; Thursdays; republi- 
. can ; four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1847; Lester T. Hunt, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 
LANCASTER Gazette; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1826; 8. A. Griswold, editor; Gris- 
.wold, Kooken & Sutpheii, publishers ; claims 
1,000 circulation. 
LANCASTER, Ohio Eagle ; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription 
$2; established 1812; Tuthill, Zahm & Kigby, 
editors and publishers: circulation 1,400. 
LEBANON Patriot ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages ; size 23x:!3 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1868; H. Edward Warwick, editor; Pa- 
triot Printing Co., publishers. 
LEBANON, 'Western Star; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican; eight pages; size 25x40; subscription 
$2 ; established 1806; Alfred Clements, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 
LIMA, Allen Co. Democrat ; Wednesdays ; 
democratic; four pages ; size 28x44; subscrip- 
. tion $2; established 1853; David S. Fisher, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1.000 circulation. 
LOGAN, Hocking Co. Sentinel ; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1841 ; J. M. Gould, edit- 
or and proprietor. 
LONDON, Madison Co. Democrat; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1858; M. L. Bryan, 
editor and publisher; claims 750 circulation. 
LONDON, Madison Co. Union; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1863; J. D. Stihe, editor; 
Stine & Griffith publishers; claims 1,000 circu- 
lation. 
MANCHESTER Gazette ; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 23x33; subscription 
$1 50; established 1867; H. C. Doddridge, edit- 
or and publisher. 
MANSFIELD Herald; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 36x10 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1818; L. D. Myers & Bro., editors 
and publishers; claims 1,200 circulation. 
MANSFIELD, Richland Shield <fc Banner ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
26x40; subscription $2 50: established 1818; J. 
Y. Glessner, editor and publisher; claims 1,450 
circulation. 
MARION Democratic Mirror; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 26x40: subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1840 ; Thomas H. Hodder, 
editor and publisher; claims 987 circulation. 
MARION Independent ; Thursdays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 26x39; subscription $2; 
established 1857; George Crawford & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers. 
MARIETTA Register; Thursdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 25xi8; established 1801; 
R. M. Stimson, editor and publisher; claims 
2,000 circulation. 
MARIETTA Times; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x37; subscription $2; es- 
 tablished 1864; Walter C. Hood, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 



MARIETTA Zcitung ; Saturdays; German: 
neutral; four pages; size 18x24; 'subscription 
$1 25; established 1868; Winchester & Son, ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 600 circulation. 

MABTSVILLE Tribune; Wednesdays; re- 



publican; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2; established 1848; John H. Shearer, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,066 circulation. 
MASSILLON Independent; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages: size 25x37; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1863; J. Frost and P. 
Welker, editors and publishers; claims 500 
circulation. 
MASSILLON, Literary Review; monthly; 
twenty-four pages; size of page 7x10: estab- 
lished 1864; Schuckers & Bro., editors and pub- 
lishers. 
McARTHTR, Democratic Enquirer; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x38; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1867; J.W.Bowen, 
editor and publisher; circulation 800. 
Mc ARTHUR, Vinton Record; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x34; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1850; Raper & Robinson, 
editors and publishers. 
McCONNELSVILLE Conservative ; (no re- 
port.) 
McCONNELSVILLE, Morgan Co. Herald; 
Fridays; republican; four pages; size 27x41; 
subscription $2; established 1842; A. Kahler & 
Son, editors and publishers; claims 1,300 cir- 
culation . 
MEDINA, Medina Co. Gazette; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1830; J. H. Greene, editor 
and publisher. 
MIAMISBURG Bulletin ; Fridays : independ- 
ent; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $1 50; 
established 1866; Blossom Brothers, editors 
and publishers. 
MIDDLEPORT, Meigs Co. Press ; (no report.) 
MIDDLETOWN Journal; Thursdays; neu- 
tral ; four pages ; size 23x34 ; subscription $2 ; 
established L858; C. H. & J. B. Brock, editors 
and publishers ; claims 800 circulation. 
MILLERSBURG, Holmes County Farmer ; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
28x44; subscription $2: established 1826; James 
A. Estill, editor; Estill & Newton, publishers; 
claims 1,950 circulation. 
MINERVA Commercial; Saturdays; republi- 
can: four pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; 
established 1868; R. E. Watson, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
MOUNT GILEAD, Morrow Co. Sentinel ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1848 ; J . W. Griffith, 
editor and publisher; claims 900 circulation. 
MOUNT GILEAD, Union Register ; Fridays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1861; H. S. Prophet and S. 
Shaffer, editors; H. S. Prophet, publisher; 
claims 800 circulation. 
MOUNT VERNON Democratic Banner ; Fri- 
days : democratic ; four pages : size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1837; L. Harper, 
editor and publisher. 
MOUNT VERNON Republican; Tuesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1S53; W. T.Bascom, editor 
and publisher: claims 900 circulation. 
NAPOLEON, Henry Co. Signal; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1865; D. B. Ainger, editor 
and publisher; claims 700 circulation. 
NAPOLEON, Northwest; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pases : size 24x36 : subscription $2 ; 
established 1850; J. M. Hoag, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 800 circulation. 
NEVADA, Bee Keeper's Journal and Ag- 
ricultural Repository; monthly: eight 
pages; size 28x40; subscription SI; establish- 
ed 1869; H. A. King & Mrs. E. S. Tupper, edit- 
ors: H. A. King & Co., publishers. 
NEWARK Advocate; Thursdays; democrat- 
ic ; four pages ; size 27x45 ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished L820; Morgan & Kingsbury, editors 
and publishers; claims 1.600 circulation. 
NEWARK American; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages ; size 31x42 ; subscription §2 ; estab- 



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lished 1836; Wilson & Clark, editors and pub- 
lishers ; claims 1,600 circulation. 

M.W LEXINGTON Herald; (no report.) 

NEW LEXINGTON, Perry Co. Weekly j Fri- 
days; republican; four pages; size 23x82; sub- 
scription si GO; established 1856; E. 8. Col- 
burn, editor and publisher. 

NEW MSltON, Buckeye State; Thursdays: 
republican; four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $2; established is.v.': G.J. Young, editor 
ami publisher. 

NEW LISBON, Journal ; Fridays: independ- 
ent; four pages; size 20x29; subscription 50 
cents: established 1867; .lames K. Frew, editor 
and publisher: claims 1,250 circulation. 

NEW L1SKON, Oliio Patriot; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion 82: established 1808; Thomas S. Woods, 
editor and publisher; claims I, (Hill circula- 
tion. 

AKH'LOX'DOXTinws! Wednesdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$1 50; established 1868; C. E. Manchester, edit- 
or and publisher. 

NEW PHILADELPHIA, Ohio Democrat; 
Fridays ; democratic ; four pages; size 28x42; 
subscription $2; established 1839; Charles II. 
Mathews, editor and publisher; claims 1,200 
circulation. 

HEW PHILADELPHIA, Tuscarawas Ad- 
vocate ; Fridays : republican ; four pages ; size 
27x42; subscription $2; established 1819; J. L. 
Mcllvaine, editor; Mellvaine & Pittenger, 
publishers: claims 1.700 circulation. 

JVKIV PHILADELPHIA, Tuscarawas Chro- 
nicle ; Thursdays; republican; four pages; 
size 28x42; subscription $1 50; established 
1865; V. P. Wilson, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation 1.500. 

NORWALK Reflector; Tuesdays; republi- 
can; four pa^es; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1830; P. & W. S. Wickham, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

IVORU'ALK Experiment ; (no report.) 

OBERLL\, Lorain Co. News; Wednesdays; 
republican: four pages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion 82: established 18(50; E. W. Clarke, editor 
and publisher. 

OBERLL\, Standard of tlie Cross ; Satur- 
days; episcopal; eight pages; size '23x30; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1808; Rev. C. W. 
French, editor and publisher. 

ORRVILLE Ventilator; monthly ; fourpages ; 
size 20x30; subscription 50 cents'; established 
1867; W. s. Evans, editor; E. Foreman, pub- 
lisher: claims 2,000 circulation. 

OTTAWA, Putnam Co. Sentinel; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 28x38: subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1840; Winder & Gilbert, 
editors and publishers; claims 1,400 circula- 
tion. 

OXFORD Citizen; Saturdays; republican; 
four ]ia^es; size.22x32 : subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1854; Richard Butler, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

PAIWESTILLE Advertiser; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1867; M. R. Doolittle & Co., editors and 
publishers. 

PAINESYILLE Telegraph • Thursdays; re- 
publican ; four pases; size 20x10; subscription 
*•-': established 1822; Baily & Merrill, editors 
and publishers. 

PAl'LI)E\G, Rural Ohioan ; Thursdays ; re- 
publican : fourpages; size 24x36; subscription 
SI 50; established 1868; F. 8. Cable, editor and 
publisher. 

PEBBTSBUBG Journal; Fridays; republi- 
can: four pa^es: size 35x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1853; F. .J. Oblinger, editor; Oblin- 
ger& Timmons, publishers; claims 900 circu- 
lation. 

PIO.UA Democrats Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 27x42; subscription 82; es- 
tablished 1864; w. A. Marietta, editorand pub- 
lisher; claims 800 circulation. 

PIO.CA Journal ; Thursdays; republican ; four 
pages; size 25x38; subscription 82; established 
1849; I). X. Fleming, editor and publisher: 
claims 1,000 circulation. 



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I'lQl'A Bulletin; monthly; four pages; size 

15x22; established 1868; .).' 8. Harris, editor; 
Democratic Printing Co., publishers; claims 
2,000 circnlat ion ; issued as an advertising me- 
dium. 
PIA.MOl'TII Advertiser; Saturdays: repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x32; subscription 
$1 50; established L853; Alfred ll. Balsley, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 
PLTMOCTH Tribune ) monthly; fourpages; 
size 12x16; established 1868; Alfred II. llalsle;. , 
editorand publisher; claims 1,000 circulation; 
an advertising sheet. 
pojikrov Banner; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$2; established 1867; J. V. Stevens, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,600 circulation. 
POMEROY, Meigs Co. Telegraph; Thurs- 
days; republican; eight pages; size 27x38; 
subscription $2; established 1815; O. B. Chap- 
man, editor; L. G. Thrall, publisher; claims 
1,200 circulation. 
POMEROV, Ladies' Garland ; (no report.) 
PORT CLINTON, Ottawa Co. News; Fri- 
days; democratic; four pases; size 25x37; 
subscription $2; established 1865; George K. 
Clark, editor and publisher; claims 800 circu- 
lation. 
PORT CLINTON, Ottawa Co. Union; Fri- 
days; republican; fourpages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2: established 1864; W. B. Sloan, 
editor and publisher; claims (ill circulation. 
PORTSMOUTH Correspondent; Fridays: 
German; independent; four pages; size 22x.'!2 ; 
subscription $2 ; established 1858; E. Raine, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 980 circulation. 
PORTSMOUTH Republican; Saturdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2; established 1852; S. P. Drake and G.F. Wet- 
more editors; Republican Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. 
PORTSMOUTH Times; Saturdays: demo- 
cratic ; four pases ; size 28x42 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1852; James W. Newman, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,700 circulation. 
PORTSMOUTH Tribune; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; four pases ; size 28x42; subscription 
$2; established 1840; McFarland & Elick, ed- 
itors and publishers. 
RAVENNA, Portage Co. Democrat ; Wednes- 
days ; republican ; four pases ; size 28x45 ; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1830; Symon W. 
Hall and H. R. W. Hall, editors; S. W. Hall & 
Son, publishers; circulation 1,728. 
RIPLEY Bee ; Wednesdays; republican; four 
pages; size 25x38; subscription $2: established 
1848; T. F. Sniffln & Co., editors and publishers. 
SALEM Journal ; Fridays ; republican ; four 
pases; size 24x30; subscription %\ 50; estab- 
lished I860; Hudson & Son, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
SALEM Republican; Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pases; size 27x42; subscription $2 ; 
established 1842; J. K. Rukenbrod, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 
SANDUSKY Register; every morning except 
Sunday, Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays 
and Saturdays, and Weekly, Thursdays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size — daily 25x38, week- 
ly 28x13; subscription — daily 8 s . tri-weekly 
$4, and weekly $1 50; established 1823; Nettle- 
ton and Waterburv, editors and publishers; 
claims daily 900, tri-weekly 1,000, weekly 1,500 
circulation. 
SANDUSKY Herald; tri-weekly; Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Fri- 
days; German; republican; tri-weekly four 
pases, weekly eisbt pases; size— tri-weekly 
21x30, weekly 24x36; subscription— tri-weekly 
$5, weekly $2; established 1807: Chas. Foers- 
ter, editor; Jacob Neuert, publisher. 
SANDUSKY, Bay Stadt Demokrat; semi- 
weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, 
Fridays; German; democratic; four pases ; 
size— semi-weekly 24x30, weekly 24x30; sub- 
scription— semi-weekly $3, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 1850; Jacob liertel, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
SANDUSKY Journal; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; eight pages ; size 29x42 ; subscription $2 ; 



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established 1866; Kinney, McKelvy & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 1,200 circulation. 

SEVILLE, Reserve Standard. ; Fridays ; dem- 
ocratic ; lour pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription 
$2; established 1868; F. G. McCauley, editor 
and publisher. 

SHELBY, Independent News; Thursdays; 
independent; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion §2; established 1868; S. S. Bloom, editor; 
J. G. Hill, publisher. 

SIDNEY, Shelby Co. Democrats Fridays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2 ; established 1818 ; J. McGonagle, editor ; 
McGonagle & Lewis, publishers; claims 1,000 
circulation. 

SIDSEV Journal; {no report.) 

SOMEBSKT Advocate; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$1 50; established 1886; J. L. Caine, editor and 
publisher. 

SPRINGFIELD Advertiser ; every morning 
except Sundays, and Weekly, Tuesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages; size— daily 2 1x36, weekly 
30x15; subscription— daily $9, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1866; Hook, Thomas & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

SPRINGFIE LD Republic ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; Tri- Weekly, Mondays, Wed- 
nesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, Thurs- 
days; republican; daily and tri-weekly four 
pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily and 
tri-weekly 21x38, weekly 30x14; subscription- 
daily $9, "tri-weekly §150, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 1819; Clifton M. Nichols, editor-in-chief; 
Republic Printing Co., publishers; claims 
daily 600, tri-weekly 500, weekly 1,400 circula- 
tion'. 

SPBIi\GFIELl>, Champion; Wednesdays; 
agricultural; eightpages; size 22x28; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1868; Quincy A. Petts, ed- 
itor; Whitely, Bassler & Kelly, publishers; 
claims 15.000 circulation. 

SPBIIVGFIELI), Christian Radical ; Thurs- 
days; eight pages; size 37x41; subscription 
$2 '50; established 1867; Rev. Daniel Shindler, 
editor; Hook, Thomas & Co., publishers; cir- 
culation about 2,000. 

SPBMGFIELD, Methodist Recorder; Wed- 
nesdays; methodist; eightpages; size 29x12; 
subscription $2 50; established 1839; J. Scott, 
editor; A. II. Bassett, publisher. 

SPRINGFIELD Transcript ; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x39: subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1867; Elifritz & Balentine, 
editors and publishers; claims 1,200 circula- 
tion. 

STEUBENVILLE Gazette ; evei'y morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size — daily 22x32, weekly 
28x42 ; subscription— daily $7, weekly $2 ; es- 
tablished 1S65; Charles X. Allen, editor and 
publisher. 

STEUBE5IVIE1E Herald; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size — daily 25x37, weekly 
30x48; subscription — daily $7', weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1806 ; W. R. Allison and R. W.Alli- 
son, editors; W. R. Allison, publisher; claims 
daily 600, weeklv 2,600 circulation. 

ST. CLAIBSVILLE, Belmont Chronicle; 
Thursdays; republican; four pages; size 
26x40; subscription $2; established 1813; C.L. 
Poorman, editor and publisher; claims 1,050 
circulation. 

ST. CLAIBSVILLE Gazette; Thm-sdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x37; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1864; John H. Heaton, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

TIFFliV, Seneca Advertiser; Thursdays : dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 27x40; subscription 
$2; established 1832; W. W. Armstrong and J. 
M. Myers, editors; John M. Myers, publisher; 
claims 960 circulation. 

TIFFIN Tribune ; (no report.) 

TOLEDO Blade ; every morning and evening 
except Sunday; Tri- Weekly, Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays, and 'Weekly, 
Thursdays"; republican ; daily and tri-weekly 
four pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily 
and tri-weekly 28x43, weekly 34x49; subscrip- 



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tion — daily $10, tri-weekly $5, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1836; D. R. Locke and R. MeCune, 
editors; Miller, Locke & Co., publishers; 
claims daily 3,000, weekly 75,000 circulation. 

TOLEDO Commercial; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; Tri-Weekly, Mondays, Wed- 
nesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, Thurs- 
days; republican; daily and tri-weekly four 
pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily and 
tri-weekly 26x39, weekly 30x44; subscription — 
daily $10,'tri-weeklv $5, weekly $2 ; established 
1850; Clark Waggoner, editor; Clark Wag- 
goner & Son, publishers. 

TOLEDO Deutsche Zeitung; Thursdays; 
German; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1887; J. W.Evers, 
editor and publisher. 

TBOV, Miami Union; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1865; J.W.Defrees, editor and publisher. 

TROY, Times; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; size 25x37; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1829. 

UPPER SANDUSKY, Wyandot Co. Repub- 
lican; Thursdays; republican; four pages; 
size 25x38; subscription §2; established ls:;;>; 
Pietro Cuneo, editor and publisher; claims 
625 circulation. 

UPPER SANDUSKY, Wyandot Democratic 
Union; Thursdays; democratic; four pages; 
size 28x43: subscription $2 ; established 1857; 
E. Zimmerman, editor and publisher; claims 
1.500 circulation. 

URBA1VA Citizen and Gazette ; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1838: J. Saxtoii and W. A. 
Bran a, editors and publishers. 

IBBAA'A Press ; (no report.) 

UKBANA Union; Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1882. 

VAN WERT Times ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 25x37; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866; A. C. Tucker, editor and publish- 
er; claims 800 circulation. 

VAN WERT Bulletin; (no report.) 

WADSWOBTII Enterprise; Thursdays; in- 
dependent; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion SI 50; established 1S66; John A. Clark, 
editor anil publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

WALiVUT HILLS News; Saturdays; eight 
pages ; size 28x42; subscription $2; established 
1888; A. Moore, editor and publisher; issued 
from the office of the Colored Citizen, Cincin- 
nati. 

WAPAKONETA, Anglaize Co. Democrat; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
26x39; subscription $2 ; established 1849; H. S. 
Kelly, editor and publisher: claims 1,200 cir- 
culation. 

WAPAKOXETA Union; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 26x39; subscription $2; 
established 1865; Otho J. Powell, editor and 
publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

WABBEA Constitution; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x41; subscription $2; 
established 1862 ; M. Birchard & Ensign, edit- 
ors and publishers; claims 1,200 circulation. 

WARREN, Western Reserve Chronicle ; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
28x44; subscription $2 : established 1816; Wm. 
Ritezel, editor and publisher. 

WASHINGTON, Fayette Co. Herald; (no 
report.) 

WASHINGTON, Ohio State Register; 
Thursdays : democratic ; four pages ; size 
21x37; subscription $2; established 1852; W. 
C. Gould, editor and publisher; circulation 900. 

WAUSEON, Northwestern Republican ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 
24x38; subscription $2; established 1855; Sher- 
wood & Smith, editors and publishers. 

WAVERLY, Pike Co. Republican ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1857; S. F. Wetmore 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

WAVERLY Watchman; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$2; established 1857; John A. Jones, editor 
and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 



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W.\v\i:sviiJ>i:, Miami Gazettes Wednes- 
days; neutral; tour pases; size -2 1 x:><; : sub- 
scription $2; established 1866; Sands A: Sweet, 
editors and publishers. 

WELLSYIllh Union i Thursdays; republi- 
can; tour pages; size 27x39; subscription $2; 
established 1863; Wm. J. hosier, editor and 
publisher; claims L ,350 circulation. 

WKLLSViLLi: Advertiser) (no report.) 

WKST LIBERTY Press] Saturdays; four 
pages; size 20x27: subscription $1; estab- 
lished L858; Grabble & Elcook, editors and 
publishers. 

WEST SALEM Jotii-iinl; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $2: established 
1868; John Weeks, editor and publisher. 

WEST UNION, Scion; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $150; es- 
tablished 1853; Samuel I'.urwell, editor and 
publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

WKST UNION, People's Defender; Fri- 
days ; democratic ; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription si 50; established 1866; J. W.Eylar 
& Bro., editors and publishers; claims 900 
circulation. 

WELLINGTON Enterprise; Tuesdays: re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2; established. 1887; J. C. Arte, editor and 
publisher. 

WILMINGTON, Aid to Progress; Thurs- 
days: republican: four pages; size 21x37; sub- 
scription 82: established 18U8; A.D. Khonimus, 
editor and publisher. 

WILMIAGTOJI Republican; weekly; four 
pages; Fisher & Way, editors and publishers. 

WO01>SPIEL», Spirit of Democracy; Tues- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 28x43; sub- 
scription 82; established 184-2; Henry R. West, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,500 circula- 
tion. 

WOOSTER Republican; Thursdays: repub- 
lican ; four pages : size '27x43; subscription $-2 ; 
established 1832; E. Foreman, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,650 circulation. 

WOOSTEK, Wayne Co. Democrat! Thurs- 
days ; democratic; four pages; size 28x44; sub- 
scription $-2; established 1820; James A. Estill, 
editor; Estill & Harry, publishers. 

XENI A Gazette ; Tuesdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 26x41 ; subscription §2; established 
1868; Patton, Tiffany & Anderson, editors and 
publishers. 

XENIA Torchlight ; Wednesdays: republi- 
can ; eight pages'; size 28x42 ; subscription $2 ; 
. established 1838; J. M. Milburn & Co., editors 
and publishers; claims 1.500 circulation. 

TOIAGSTOWA. Mahoning Courier; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 26x40; 
subscription §2; established 1804; P. O'Conner, 
editor and publisher. 

TOIAGSTOWA, Mahoning Register; Thurs- 
days ; republican; four pages; size 26x41; sub- 
scription 82: established 1854; Smalley, Hull & 
Hudson, editors and publishers. 

ZALESKI Echo; Thursdays; independent; 
four pages; size 28x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1817; Wallace E. Bratton & Co., editors 
and publishers: claims 000 circulation. 

ZAEESKI, Raccoon Valley Reporter; 
Thursdays; independent; four pages: size 
24x30: subscription $2; established 1809; E. 
A. Bratton, editor and publisher. 

ZANESVIEIiE Courier ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday ; Tri- Weekly, and Weekly, Fri- 
days; republican; four pages; size— daily 
21x3';, week I v 28x42; subscription— daily $7 50, 
tri-weekly si. weekly $2; established 1,800; 
Douglas, Newman & Dodd, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims daily 800, tri-weekly 300, week- 
ly 2.00(1 circulation. 

ZANESVlIiliE Signal; every noon except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; siz< — daily 23x30, weekly 29x40; 
subscription— daily $6, weekly $2; established 
1864; James T. Irvine, editor and publisher. 

Z ANE SVlIiliE, City Times; (no report.) 

ZANESVIEIiE, Blandy's Monthly Jour- 
nal; monthly; 11. A: F. Blandy, editors and 
publishers ; an advertising sheet; claims 10,000 
circulation. 



ZANESVlIiliE Reporter; monthly; four 

panes; size •20x20; established 1868; BUlllvan 

.v Brown, editors and publishers; an adver- 
tising sheet . 
ZANESVILLE Germania ; (no report.) 



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ALBANY Register; Saturdays; democratic; 
fourpages; size 22x32; subscription •■>; 50; es- 
tablished is i8. 

AEBANY, State Rights Democrat; (no re- 
port.) 

CORVAIililS Gazette; Saturdays; temper- 
ance; fourpages; size 22x32; subscription S3; 
established 1803; W. B. Carter, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation about 900. 

DALLAS, Polk Co. Signal ; Mondays; demo- 
cratic; four pages: size22x32; subscription S3; 
established 1808; J. ll. I'pton, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation about 000. 

DALLAS Journal; (no report.) 

DALLES, Mountaineer; Fridays; neutral; 
four pages; size 24x30; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1800; Wm. M. Hand, editor and pub- 
lisher: circulation about 800. 

EUGENE CITY, Oregon State Journal ; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 23x34; 
subscription $3; established 1833; II. 11. Kin- 
caid, editor and publisher. 

EUGENE CITY Guard; (unreport.) 

EUGENE CITY Review ; (no report.) 

JACKSONVILLE, Oregon Sentinel; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; sub- 
scription $4; established 1855; U. M. C. (iault, 
editor; B. E. Dowell, publisher; claims 600 cir- 
culation. 

JACKSONVILLE Reveille ; (no report.) 

LA PAYETTE Courier; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $3 ; 
established 1800; J. W. Johnson, editor and 
publisher; circulation about too. 

LA GRANGE, Blue Mountain Times ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; sub- 
scription $4; established 1808; Baker Coggan, 
editor and publisher. 

LA GRANGE, Grande Ronde Sentinel ; Sat- 
urdays; four pages; size 24x30; McComas & 
Jeffery, editors and publishers. 

McMINNVILLE Courier; (no report.) 

OREGON CITY Enterprise'; Saturdays; re- 
publican; fourpages; size 25x37; subscription 
$3; established 1800; D. C. Ireland, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,008 circulation. 

PORTLAIVD, Oregon Herald ; every day ex- 
cept Monday, ami 'Weekly, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size — daily 24x30, weekly 
20x40 ; subscription — daily $10, weekly $3; es- 
tablished 1804; Sylvester Pennoyer, editor; 
Dr. Weatherford, publisher and proprietor. 

PORTLAND, Morning Oregoniau ; every 
morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size — daily 
24x38, weekly 28x42; subscription,— daily $10, 
weekly $3 ; established— daily 1801, weekly 1850 ; 
H. W. Scott, editor-in-chief; Henry L. Pittock, 
publisher; claims daily 2,500, weekly 7,000 cir- 
culation. 

PORTLAND, Evening Commercial ; (no re- 
port.) 

PORTLAND, Oregon Deutsche Zeitung ; 
Saturdays; German; neutral; four pages; size 
18x24; subscription $4; established 1868; Dr. 
Eichler, editor; C. A. Landenberger, pub- 
lisher; circulation about 000. 

PORTLAND, Pacific Christian Advocate ; 
Saturdays; methodist; fourpages; size 20x38; 
subscription $3 ; established 1854; Isaac Dillon, 
A. M., editor; the only religious newspaper in 
< iregon. 

PORTLAND Investigator; (no report.) 

PORTLAND National Gazette ; (no report.) 

ROSEBURG Ensign; (no report.) 

SALEM, American Unionist; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Mondays; re- 
publican ; fourpages; size — daily 21x28, weekly 
20x38; subscription — daily 88; 'weekly 83; es- 
tablished—daily 1807, weekly 1865; Hunting- 
ton & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 
—daily about 400, weekly 1,000. 



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SALEM Oregon Agriculturist; (no report.) 
SALEM Record ; (no report.) 
UMATILLA Press; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 23x32; subscription $3; established 1806. 



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ALLEGHANY Press ; semi-monthly ; four 
pages; size 14x31; established 1867; E. M. Jen- 
kins, editor and publisher: an advertising 
sheet. 

ALLKIiHAiVY, Times; semi-monthly; four 
pages; size 15x21; established 1838 ; R. Theoph- 
ilus, editor and publisher; an advertising 
sheet with a gratuitous circulation of 5,000. 

ALLENTOWN, Lebigli Valley News ; every 
evening except Sunday; independent; four 
pages; size 24x30; subscription $(!; established 
1866; T. B. Leisuring, editor; Harlacher & 
Weiser, publishers; claims 800 circulation. 

ALLENTOWN, Stadtaml Land-Bote ; every 
evening except Sunday, and Welt-Bote , Wed- 
nesdays; German; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages ; size — daily 20x28, weekly 28x W : 
subscription — daily $5, weekly $2; established 
1868; B. F. Freuler and C. B. Znnder, editors; 
B. F. Freuler, publisher; claims 10,000 weekly 
circulation. 

ALLENTOWN, Democrat; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x42; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1830; C. F. Haines, editor; 
Haines & Ruhe, publishers; claims 2,100 cireu- 
tion. 

ALLENTOWN, Friedensbote ; Wednesdays; 
German ; independent ; four pages ; size 29x 12 ; 
subscription $1 50 ; established 1812 ; E. D. Leis- 
enning, editor; Leisenning, Colver & Walter, 
publishers; claims 5,500 circulation. 

ALLESTOWJT, Lutberiscbe Zeitsclvrist ; 
Saturdays: German ; Lutheran : eight pages: 
size 25x35; subscription $2; established is.">7; 
Rev. S. K. Brobst, editor and publisher; claims 
3,400 circulation. 

ALLEWTOWJT, Leliigb Register; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 27x37; sub- 
scription $2; established 1845; Wills & Iredell, 
editors and publishers. 

ALLENTOWN Jugend-Freund ; monthly; 
German; Lutheran; four pages: subscription 
30 cents; established 1817; S.K. Brobst, editor 
and publisher; claims 18,300 circulation. 

ALLE5ITOWS, Kirchen and Missions- 
Bericlite ; monthly ; German ; Lutheran ; four 
pages; subscription 30 cents; S. K. Brobst, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 18,300 circulation. 

ALLENTOWN, Sonntagsscbul-LeHrer mid 
Eltein-Freund ; monthly; German; Luther- 
an; four pages; subscription 30 cents; estab- 
lished 18(58; S. K. Brobst, editor and publisher. 

AELENTOWN, Theologisclie Monatsbefte; 
monthly ; German ; Lutheran ; thirty-two pages 
octavo; subscription $2; established 1808; S. 
K. Brobst, editor and publisher. 

ALTOONA Tribune ; Wednesdays ; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 24x37; subscription 
$2; established 1856 ; McCrum &Dern, editors 
and publishers ; claims 741 circulation. 

ASHLAND Advocate ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x38; subscription 
$2; established 1863 ; J. Irwin Steel, editor and 
publisher: claims 1,200 circulation. 

ATHENS Democrat ; {no report.) 

ATHENS, Weekly News; Wednesdays; in- 
dependent; four pages; size 19x25; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1868; D. V. Stedge, editor 
and publisher. 

BEAVER Argus; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages; size, 24x36; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1818; J. AVeyand, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

BEAVER Local ; Fridays ; democratic ; four 
pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1865; J. H. Odell, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,410 circulation. 

BEAVER Radical; Fridays; republican; 
eight pages; size 31x14; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1868; M. S. Quay, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

BEDFORD Gazette; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 25x37 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 



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lished 1805; B. F. Meyers, editor; Meyers & 
Mengel, publishers. 

BEDFORD Inquirer; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1811; John Lutz, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,800 circulation. 

BELLEFONTE Advertiser; Tuesdays; four 
pages; size 22x29; subscription $1 ; established 
1867; R. A. Kinsloe, editor and publisher. 

BELLEFOSTE Central Press ; Fridays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size 27x44; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1858; John G. Kurtz, edi- 
tor and publisher: claims 1,100 circulation. 

BELLEFOiVTE Democratic Watchman ; 
Fridays; democratic; eight pages; size 30x42 
subscription $2; established 1853; P. G. Meek, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,970 circulation. 

BELLEFONTE National ; Fridays ; republi- 
can; four pages; size 27x12; subscription $2; 
established 1858; R. A. & E. A. Kinsloe, editors 
and publishers. 

BEEEEFONTE Republican ; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1869; W.W.Brown and A. 
B. Hutchinson, editors ; A. B. Hutchinson & Co., 
publishers. 

BERWICK Gazette ; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1859; J. S. Sanders, editor and publish- 
er; claims 500 circulation. 

BETHLEHEM, Times; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; Spirit of tlie Times, Satur- 
days; neutral; four pages; size— daily 19x28, 
weekly 26x38; subscription— daily $6, weekly 
$2; established— dailv I860, weekly 1868; D. J. 
Godshalk, editor ami publisher; claims daily 
500. weekly 500 circulation. 

BETHLEHEM Moravian; Thursdays; Amer- 
ican moravian church; four pages; size 
26x39; subscription §2; established 1855; Rev. 
H. A. Brickenstein, editor; A. C. & H. G. 
Clander. publishers. 

BETHLEHEM, Der Bruder Botscbafter ; 
semi-monthly; German; moravian church; 
eight pages; size- 24x32; subscription $1 50; 
established 1866; R6v. H. A. Brickenstein, ed- 
itor; A. C. & II. G. Clander, publisher. 

BLAIRSVILLE Press ; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1867; R. M. Birkman, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

BLOODY RFN, Bedford Co. Press; Wed- 
nesdavs; republican; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 186S; Long & El- 
liott, editors and publishers. 

BLOOMSBIRO, Columbian ; Fridays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 28x43; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Brockway & Freeze, ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 1,800 circulation. 

BLOOMSBURG, Columbia Co. Republican; 
Thursdays; republican; four pages; size 
28x41; subscription $2; established 1857; W. 
H. Bradley, editor and business manager; 
Republican Publishing Association, publish- 
ers ; claims 1,800 circulation. 

BOYERTOWN Bauer ; (no report.) 

BOYERTOWN Dcmokrat ; Tuesdays; Ger- 
man; democratic; four pages; size 24x34; es- 
tablished 1857; G. H. Sassaman, editor and 
publisher. 

BRISTOL, Druggist's Printer; monthly; 
eight pages; size" 19x24; subscription 25 cents; 
established 1868; David Heston, editor and 
publisher. 

BROOKVILLE Herald ; Wednesdays : demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1844; J. P. George, editor and 
publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

BROOKVILLE Republican ; Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 4861; Scott & Weaver, ed- 
itors and publishers. 

BROOKVILLE Advertiser ; semi-monthly ; 
four pages; size 15x19; established 1868; Jos. 
P. Miller, editor and publisher; an advertising 
medium, with a gratuitous circulation of 2,000. 

BROWNSVILLE Clipper ; Wednesdays ; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2; established 1S54; Seth T. Hurd, editor and 
publisher. 



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BITUOR, American Citizen | Wednesdays ; 
republican; tour pages; size 27x41; subscrip- 
tion $2; established [863; c. K. Anderson, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,178 circulation. 

BUTLER, Democratic Herald; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 2">x:;o; subscrip- 
tion $2; established is42; J. & A. G. Zeigler, 
editor and publisher. 

BUTLER, Butler Co. Press; Wednesdays: 
republican; fourpages; size 26x37; subscrip- 
tion $150; established 1867; William Haslett, 
editor and publisher. 

r.\ltito\i)Ai.K Advance; Saturdays; inde- 
pendent; fourpages; size 28x41; subscription 
$•2 50; established 1857; 8. S. Benedict, editor 
and publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

CAKLISLE, American Volunteer; Thurs"- 
davs ; democratic : four pages ; size 28x42; sub- 
scription $2; established lsi2: Bratton & Ken- 
nedy, editors and publishers ; claims 1,500 cir- 
culat ion. 

CARLISLE Herald: Fridays: republican ; four 
pages; size 28x44; subscription $2; established 
1800; A. K. Rheem and J. A. Dunbar, editors 
and publishers. 

CEXTKE HALL, Centre Reporter ; Fridays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion SI 50; established 1868; Fred Kurtz, editor 
and publisher; claims 800 circulation.* 

CHAMBEKSBUlHi, Franklin Repository ; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pases; size 
2sx42; subscription $2 50; established 1793; 
t look it Hays, editors and publishers. 

CHAMBEBSBURi,;, Valley Spirit ; Wednes- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 28x42; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1847; J. M. Cooper 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

CHAHBERSBIIMJ, Country Merchant ; 
monthly; fourpages; size 13x19; subscription 
25 cents ; established ism,; M\ A. Folz, editor 
and publisher; an advertising sheet. 

CHAnBERSBlRG, Deltz's Experimental 
FiifinJoumal; monthly; thirty-two pages; 
size of page 7x11; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1869; G. A. Deitz, editor and publisher; 
claims 20,000 circulation. 

CHAMBERSBUR<;, Farm Journal ; month- 
ly; four pages; size 19x26; subscription 25 
cents; established 18(i8; H. S. Gilbert & Co., 
publishers; claims 2,500 circulation. 

CHESTER, Delaware Co. Democrat; Wed- 
nesdays; democratic: four pages; size 27x41; 
subscription $2 50; established 1867; Dr. J.L. 
Forwood, editor and publisher. 

CHESTER, Delaware Co. Republican ; 
Fridays; republican; four pages; size 28x40; 
subscription $2 50; established 1833; Y. S. 
Walter, editor and publisher. 

CLARION, Independent Banner; Fridays; 
republican; fourpages; size 25x37; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1856; Samuel Young, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

CLARION Democrat; Saturdays: democratic; 
four pages; Size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1841 : R.B. Brown, editor and publisher. 

CLEARFIELD, Raftsman's Journal; Wed- 
nesdays: republican; four pages; size 25x37; 
subscription 82: established 1854; S. J. Row, 
editor and publisher. 

CLEARFIELD Republican; Thursdays: 
democratic; fourpages; size 27x41; subscrip- 
tion 82: established 1826; G. B. Goodlander, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,344 circulation. 

COATESVILLE, Chester Valley Union; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages: size 28x42; 
subscription $1 50; established 1863; Wm. J. 
Kauffman, editor and publisher. 

COLUMBIA Spy; every morning except Sun- 
day, and Weekly, Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size— daily 20x26, weekly 28x42; 
subscription— daily $5, weekly 82; established 
—daily L868, weekly 1816; A. M. Rambo, editor; 
A. M. Rambo & Son, publishers. 

COLUMBIA Herald; Thursdays; democrat- 
ic; eight pages; size 31x17; subscription $2; 
established 1867; George Young, Jr., editor; 
w. Haves Grier, publisher. 

COIVIVEAVTVILLE Crisis ; (no report.) 

COXAEAUTYILLE, Record and Courier; 
Thursdays; republican; four pages; size 



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•27x44; subscription 82 ; established 1847; .1. E. 
X- w. A. Rupert, editors and publishers; claims 

1,800 cireulat ion. 

coitRV, Republican; Saturdays; fourpages; 

size 24x36; subscription 8-: established [867; 
II. t;. Pratt, editor and publisher; claims 1,000 
circulation. 
CORRV Telegraph; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x38; subscription §2 : estab- 
lished 1865; Joseph A. Pain, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

COUDERSPORT, Potter Journal; Wednes- 
days: republican; tour pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription 81 50; established 1849; Dyke & 
Thompson, editors and publishers. 

DAJYVILLE Intelligencer ; Fridays: demo- 
cratic; fourpages; size 2lx3s; subscription 82; 
established 1828; Thomas Chalfant, editor and 
publisher. 

DAAfVILLE, Montour American; Thurs- 
days; republican; fourpages; size 24x38; sub- 
scription $2; established 1855; D. H. 15. Brower 
& Son, editors and publishers; claims 1,000 
circulation. 

DOWAIACiTOWIV, Chester Co. Journal; Sat- 
urdays ; republican; four pages; size 28x42; 
subscription $2; established 1866; Joseph Pep- 
per, editor and publisher. 

DOYLESTOWA, Bucks Co. Intelligencer ; 
Tuesdays; republican ; four pages; size 30x47; 
subscription $2 50; established 1804; Henry T. 
Darlington, editor and publisher; claims 4,128 
circulation. 

DOYLESTOYVA 1 Democrat ; Tuesdays; four 
pages; size 30x48; subscription $2 50; estab- 
lished 1845; W. W. H. Davis, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

DOYLESTOnTV, Der Morgenstern ; Tues- 
days; German; republican; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription 81 25; established 1852; 
Moritz Loeb, editor and publisher. 

DOYLESTOYVA T , Express and Reform; Tues- 
days; German; democratic; four pages; size 
26x39; subscription 81 25: established l,s27;D. 
F. Miersan, editor; Hain & Go., publishers. 

EASTOJV Express ; every evening except Sun- 
day; neutral; four pages; size 27x37; subscrip- 
tion 8'> 50; established 1855; W. L.Davis, editor 
and publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 

EASTOJV Free Press ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size— daily 22x31, weekly 
25x40; subscription — daily $5, weekly 81 5t»; 
established— daily 1867, weekly 1853; Wood & 
Bunstein, editors' and publishers; claims daily 
900. weekly $1,760 circulation. 

EASTOJf, A T ews; every evening except Sun- 
day, and Democrat, Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size — daily 19x28, weekly 24x34; 
subscription — daily $3 25, weekly 81 50: estab- 
lished — daily 1866, weekly 1868; Eichman & 
Stewart, editors and publishers. 

EASTOJV, Argus; Thursdays : democratic ; four 
pages; size 27x41; subscription $2; established 
1820; Wm. II. Hutter, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 

EASTOJV Correspondent & Demokrat; Wed- 
nesdays; German ; democratic; fourpages; 
size 28x43.; subscription $2; established 1798; 
Cole & Morwitz, editors and publishers; 
claims 1,900 circulation. 

EASTOJV Democrat; (see News.) 

EASTOA* Sentinel; Thursdays: democratic; 
four pages; size 24x37; subscription 82; es- 
tablished 1851 ; D. H. Nieman, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

EBEJVSBURfi Allegbanian ; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion 8'-; established I860; Hutchinson & 
James, editors and publishers. 

EBEASBUlUi Cambria Freeman; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 26x36; 
subscription 82; established 1867; R.L.John- 
son, editor; H. A. Mepike, publisher. 

ELIZABETHTOWJV Gazette; Saturdays; 
fourpages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished L864; B. H. Lepman, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 500 circulation. 

EMPORIUM, Cameron County Press; Thurs- 
days; republican; fourpages; size 26x38; sub- 



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scription $2 ; established 1866; C. B. Goulrl, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

EWPOKIIM Independent! Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic; lour pages; size 28x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1867; S. S.Hacket, editor 
and publisher; claims 075 circulation. 

El J 1 10 Dispatch ; every morning except Sun- 
day, and Weekly, Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 28x4:1; subscription — daily $9, 
weekly $2; established— daily 1803, weekly 
1853 ; Dispatch Steam Printing Co., editors and 
publishers. 

EltIK Republican; every evening except Sun- 
day, and Weekly, Fridays; republican; four 
pages; size — daily 23x31," weekly 27x11; sub- 
scription — daily $7, weekly $2; established — 
daily 1807, weekly 1808; Republican Printing 
Co., editors and publishers. 

10 It IK. Freie Press; Saturdays; German; in- 
dependent; eight pages; size 25x37; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1855; Carl Benson, editor 
and publisher. 

I-;as I !•: Gazette; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; size 29x14; subscription $2 ; established 
1820; J. It. Graham, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,500 circulation. 

Kit 9 E Leuchtthurin ; Fridays; German ; four 
pages; size 23x35; subscription $2; established 
1869; Baetzel & Atkinson, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

Kit 1 10. Observer; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 28x42; subscription §2; estab- 
lished 1830; Benjamin Whitman, editor and 
publisher; claims 2.100 circulation. 

10 it 1 10 Spectator; (no report.) 

ERIE. Zuschaeur am lOriesee ; Thursdays; 
German; republican; four pages; size 24x34; 
subscription $2; established 1851 ; 10. 10. Sturtz- 
nickel, editor and publisher; claims 050 circu- 
lation. 

FRANKLIN, Venango Citizen; Thursdays: 
republican; four pages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion §2; established iS55; Alex. McDowell, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

FRANKLIN, Venango Spectator; Fridays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1854; A. P. & J. H. Whita- 
ker. editor and publisher. 

FREEBURK Courier; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican; fourpages; size 24x36; subscription si: 
established 1837; D. B. & C. F. Mover, editors 
and publishers; claims 700 circulation. 

GERM ANT© WN Chronicle ; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 22x31; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1808; Clement Tingley, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

GERMANTOWN Telegraph; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size 32x48; subscription §2 50; es- 
tablished 1830; Philip It. Freas, editor and 
publisher; circulation about 14,ooo. 

GETTYSBURG Compiler ; Fridays; demo- 
cratic: lour pages; size 20x40; subscription 
$2; established 1818; H. J. Stable, editor and 
publisher. 

GETTYSBURG, Star and Sentinel ; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 30x45; sub- 
scription $2; established — Sentinel 1800, Star 
1828; consolidated 1807; Harper, McPherson & 
Buehler, editors and publishers; claims 2,150 
circulation. 

GIRARD, Cosmopolite ; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 28x42; subscription $2 ; established 1867 ; 
Dan Rice, editor and publisher. 

GIRARD, Crisis; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages ; size 28x42; subscription $2 ; established 
1837; T. G. Field, editor and publisher; claims 
704 circulation. 

GIRARD Spectator; Thursdays ; independent ; 
four pages; size 21x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1830; C. L.Phelps, editor and publisher; 
claims 800 circulation. 

GREAT BEN©, Northern Pennsylvanian ; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $2; established 1858; L. 
H. Whittlesey, editor and publisher; claims 
1,150 circulation. 

GREENCASTLE, Valley Echo; Thursdays; 
four pages; size 25x37; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1818; M. D. Reymer, editor; B. F. 
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GREENVILLE, Argns ; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2; established 1853; Fred. H. Braggins, editor 
and publisher; claims 950 circulation. 

GREENSBCRG Herald; Wednesdays; re- 
publican; fourpages; size 28x42; subscription 
$2; established 1812; D. W. Shryock, editor 
and publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 

GREENSBCRG, Pennsylvania Argus ; Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1850; J. M. Laird 
& Sons, editors and publishers. 

GREENSBCRG, Republican <fc Democrat ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x38; subscription $2; established 1817; W. 
W. Keenan, editor and publisher; claims 2,200 
circulation. 

HAMBURG, Weekly Herald and Hamburg 
Advertiser ; Saturdays ; four pages ; size 
22x32: subscription SI 50; established 1803; 
David O. Geiger, editor and publisher. 

HAMBURG, Hamburger Schnellpost; Tues- 
days ; German; lour pages; size 20x28; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1840; P. Doring, 
editor and publisher. 

HANOVER Citizen; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 25x36; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1861; Heltzel & Metzlcr, editors and 
publishers. 

HANOVER Spectator; Thursdays; republi- 
can: fourpages; size 20x40; subscription $2; 
established 1844; M. Leader, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

HARRISBCRG Patriot; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; daily four pages, weekly eight pa- 
ges; size — daily 27x38, weekly 30x42; sub- 
scription — daily $7, weekly $2 50; established 
1853; B. F.Myers & Co., editors and publish- 
ers. 

HARRISBCRG State Guard; every morning 
except Sunday, and "Weekly; republican; 
fourpages; size 25x37; subscription — daily $6, 
weekly $1 50; Forney & Kauffman, editors and 
publishers. 

HARRISBCRG Telegraph; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesday ; re- 
publican; fourpages; size 28x40; subscription 
—daily $3, weekly $2; established— daily 1856, 
weekly 1827; George Bergner, editor and pub- 
lisher"; claims daily 3,800, weekly 3,500 circu- 
lation. 

HARRISBCRG Pennsylvanische Staats 
Zeitnng; Thursdays; German; democratic:, 
four pages; size 27x39; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1800; J. G. Ripper, editor and publisher; 
claims 2.430 circulation. 

HARRISBCRG Vater lands Wachter ; Mon- 
days; German; republican; fourpages; size 
22x32; subscription $1; established 1843; G. 
Bergner, editor and publisher; claims 1,200 
circulation; published from the office of the 
Telegraph. 

HAZLETON Sentinel; Saturdays ; fourpages ; 
size 24x38: subscription $2; established 1866; 
Henry Wilson, editor and publisher; claims 
1.950 circulation. 

HOLLIDAYSBCRG, Blair County Radical; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; 
subscription $2; established 1847; King & Ir- 
win, editors and publishers. 

HOLLIDAYSBURG, Democratic Standard ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x34; subscription $2; established 1845; O. A. 
Traugh, editor and publisher. 

HOLLIDAYSBURG Register; Wednesdays: 
republican: fourpages; size 24x34; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1836; David Over, editor: 

D. Over & Bro., publishers; claims 1,200 circu- 
lation. 

HOLMESBCRG Gazette; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 24x30: subscription $2 50; estab-' 
lisiicd 1808; W. F. Knott, editor and publisher. 

HONESDALE, Wayne Citizen; Thursdays; 
republican; fourpages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion^; established 1868; J. C. Wells, editor; 

E. A. Peniman, publisher; claims 1,400 circu- 
lation. 

HONESDALE, Wayne Co. Herald; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 28x42; sub - 



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soription $2; established 1833; Tims. J. Hum, 
editor and publisher; claims 2,500 circulation. 

HUNTINGDON, Globe; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 28x38; subscription $2; 
established 1845; Lewis & Lindsay, editors 
and publishers. 

HUNTINGDON, .Journal and American; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
26x38; subscription $2; established 1835; J. A. 
Nash, editor and publisher; claims 1,100 circu- 
lation. 

HUNTINGDON Monitor; Tuesdays: demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 25x37; subscription A2; 
established 1861; J. S. Cornman, editor and 
publisher; chums sua circulation. 

INDIANA Democrat; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 27x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1862; J. 1>. Sansom, editor and publish- 
er: claims 1,200 circulation. 

INDIANA messenger; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican: four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2: established 1854; J. R. Smith & son, edit- 
ors and publishers; claims 1,450 circulation. 

INDIANA, Register and American; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; fourpages; size 25x36; 
subscription $2; established 1852; George Row, 
editor and publisher. 

JERSEY SHORK Herald; Wednesdays; 
democratic-: fourpages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1864; S. S. Seely, editor 
and publisher. 

JERSEY SHORE Vidette ; (no report.) 

JOHNSTOWN Democrat ; Wednesdays: dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscription 
*J: established 1863; II. D. & L. D. Woodruff, 
editors and publishers. 

JOHNSTOWN Tribune; Fridays; republican; 
fourpages; size 25x37; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1853; James M. Swank, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

KITTANNING, Armstrong Republican; 
Wednesdays; republican; four passes; size 
28x42; subscription $2; established 1835; A. G. 
Henry, editor and publisher. 

KITTANNING, Democratic Sentinel; Thurs- 
days ; democratic; four pages; size 26x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1804; John W.Rohrer, 
editor and publisher. 

KITTANNING, Union Free Dress ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 30x42; sub- 
scription $2; established 1825; M. B. Oswald, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,800 circula- 
tion. 

LANCASTER Express ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays; repub- 
lican; four* pages; size — daily 22x32, weekly 
:>lxt!>; subscription— daily $5, weekly $2; es- 
tablished—daily IS.")'!, weekly 184:5; Pearsol & 
Geist, editors and publishers; claims daily 
2,400, weekly 2,550 circulation. 

LANCASTER Intelligencer; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays'; 
democratic; four pages; size — daily 22x31, 
weekly 31x45; subscription — daily $5, weekly 
$2; established— daily 1864, weekly 1704; II. G. 
Smith and A. J. Stemman, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims daily 1,900, weekly 3,200 circula- 
tion. 

LANCASTER, Church Advocate ; Wednes- 
days; church of God; eight pages; size 32x44; 
subscription 82 r>0; established 1835; E. II. 
Thomas, editor and publisher; claims 3,500 
circulation. 

LANCASTER, Father Abraham; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $150; established 1867 ; Rauch & Cochran, 
editors and publishers. 

LANCASTER Inquirer; Saturdays ; republi- 
can; fourpages; size 28x42; subscription $1 50; 
established 1859; S. A. Wylie and E. Griest, ed- 
itors and publishers ; claims .'1,000 circulation. 

LANCASTER, Volksfreund and Beobach- 
ter ; Wednesdays; German; republican; four 
pases: size 28x43; subscription Si 50 ; establish- 
ed 181)7; II. A. I'.aer, editor; John Baer's Sons, 
publishers; claims :?,000 circulation. 

LANCASTER, Sunday School «em ; month- 
ly : four pages; size 17x23; subscription 20 cts; 
E. II. Thomas, editor and publisher; claims 
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LANCASTER, Pennsylvania School Jour- 
nal ; monthly ; t birty-1 wo pages octavo; sub- 
script ion $1 ; established 1852; J.H. Burrowes, 
editor; Wylie & Griest, publishers; claims 
5,ooo circulation. 

LANCASTER, Voice of Truth ; monthly; 
temperance; fourpages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; established 1868; W. W. lieards- 
lee, editor and publisher; claims 5,000 cireula- 
t ion. 

LANSDALE, Montgomery Co. Pressc ; Tues- 
days ; German ; republican; fourpages; size 
23x36; subscription $1 ; established I860; John 
shupe, editor and publisher. 

LA PORTE, Sullivan Free Press ; Fridays; 
republican; fourpages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1865; J. T. Brewster, edit- 
or and publisher. 

LA PORTE, Pop Gun; monthly; republican; 
fourpages; size 12x18; subscription 25 cents; 
established 1868; Charles M. King, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,250 circulation. 

LEBANON Advertiser ; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; fourpages; size 28x46; subscription $2; 
established 1849; W. M. Breslin, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,600 circulation. 

LEBANON Courier ; Thursdays; republican; 
fourpages; size 30x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 18:58; T. T. Worth, editor: Worth & 
Reinoehl, publishers; claims 2,300 circulation. 

LEBANON, Wahrer Demokrat; Wednes- 
days; German; four pages; size 26x39; sub- 
scription $1 r>0; established 1814; W. Rozen- 
thal, editor and publisher. 

LEBANON, Her Froehliche Botschatfter ; 
Tuesdays; German; independent; fourpages; 
size 19x28; subscription $1 50; established 
1846; E. Light, editor and publisher; claims 
1,300 circulation. 

LEBANON, Pennsylvania- ; Wednesdays; 
German; republican; four pages; size 2'>x38; 
subscription $1 50; established 1822; John 
Young & Co., editors and publishers; claims 
3.500 circulation. 

LEWISBURG Chronicle; Fridays; republi- 
can; fourpages; size 28x42; subscription $2; 
established 1843; J. R. Cornelius, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,032 circulation. 

LEWISBURG Journal; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x36; subscription §2 ; 
established 1865; C. B. McGinley, editor and 
publisher. 

LEWISTOWN Gazette ; Wednesdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; subscription $2; 
established 1811; George Frysinger, editor 
and publisher; claims 900 circulation. 

LEWISTOWN True Democrat; Wednesdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size24x:s; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1844; Henry Frysinger, 
editor and publisher; claims 741 circulation. 

LOCK HAVEN, Clinton Democrat ; (no re- 
port.) 

LOCK HAVEN, Clinton Republican ; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 27x41; 
subscription S2; established 18"3; George D. 
Bowman, editor and publisher. 

LYKINS, Upper Dauphin Register; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 23x32; 
subscription $2; established 18 5; Samuel B. 
Coles, editor and publisher; claims 050 circu- 
lation. 

HAHANOY Gazette; Saturdays: republican; 
fourpages; size 21x37; subscription |2; estab- 
lished js.'Ki; Ramsey & Spencer, editors and 
publishers. 

MANAYUNK, Chronicle and Advertiser; 
Saturdays; independent; four pages; size 
25x37; subscription $2; established 1869; James 
M illigan , editor and publisher. 

MANHEIJI Sentinel; Fridays; four pases; 
size 24x36; subscription $150; established 
1858; J. M Ensminger, editor and publisher. 

MARIETTA, Hariettian; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$1 50; established 1854; Frederick L Baker, 
editor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

MA.UCH CHUNK, Carbon Demo-rat ; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 28x42; sub- 
scription $2; established 1847; .Toe Lynn, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 840 circulation. 



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MAUCII CHUNK Gazette; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 28x4:0; subscription $2; 
established 1839; Laciar& Boyle, editors and 
publishers; claims 900 circulation. 
MAUCH CHUAK, Lecha Thai Beobachter ; 
Saturdays; German; four pages; size 29x40; 
subscription $2; established 1807; Joe Lynn, 
editor and publisher. 
McCOAAELLSBURG, Fulton Democrat; 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $2; established 1850; Done- 
boo & Robinson, editors and publishers; 
claims 700 circulation. 
McCOAAELLSBURG, Fulton Republican; 
Saturdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $2; established 1850; Henry E. 
Shafer, editor and publisher; claims 500 circu- 
lation. 
MEADVILLE Republican ; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays; four 
pages; size — daily 22x30, weekly 27x10; sub- 
scription — daily $6, weekly $2 ; established — 
daily 1865, weekly 1859; R.'Lyle White and C. 
W. Tyler, editors and publishers; claims daily 
500, weekly 1,000 circulation. 
MEADVILLE, Crawford Democrat ; Satur- 
days; democratic; four panes: size 27x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1834; Thomas W. 
Grayson, editor and publisher. 
MEADVILLE, Crawford Journal ; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 28x12; sub- 
scription $2; established 1848; Hollister & 
Metcalf, editors ami publishers. 
MECHA1VICSBURG, Cumberland Valley 
Journal ; Thursdays : republican ; four pages : 
size 25x30; subscription $2; established 1850; 
D. J. Carmany, editor and publisher. 
MECHAAICSBURG, Valley Democrat ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; eight pages; size 
28x44; subscription $2; established 1868; T. F. 
Singiser, editor and publisher. 
MEDIA, Delaware Co. American; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 30x44; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1855; Vernon & 
Cooper, editors and publishers. 
MEDIA, Probe; quarterly; thirty-two pages 
octavo; subscription $1; established 1869 ; Jos. 
Parrish, M. D., editor and proprietor. 
MERCER Dispatch; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x30: subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1800; S. A. Miller, editor and publisher; 
claims 2.000 circulation. 
MERCER, Western Press ; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x26; subscription $2; 
established 1811; Win. S. & E. L. Garvin, edit- 
ors and publishers. 
MEBt'ERSBlRG Journal ; Fridays ; four 
pages; size 23x32: established 1810; M. J. Slick, 
editor and publisher. 
MIDDLEBl'BG Post; Thursdays : republican ; 
four pages; size 28x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1S04; Jerry Grouse, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
MIDDLEBl'BG, Snyder Co. Tribune ; Wed- 
nesdays ; republican ; eight pages; size 25x37; 
subscription $1 50; established 1850; Lumbard 
& Gift, editors and publishers ; claims 050 cir- 
culation. 
MIDDLEBURG, Volksfreund ; Thursdays; 
German; republican; four pages; size 22x30: 
subscription $1 50; established 1852; S. B. 
Schuck, editor and publisher. 
MIDDLETO WA Journal ; Thursdays ; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$1 50; established 1S53; J.W. Stofer, editor and 
publisher. 
MIFFLEVBURG Telegraph. ; Thursdays ; re- 
publican ; four page's ; size 25x38 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1802; J. R. Orwig, editor and 
publisher. 
MIPFLI»TO«Tf, Democrat and Register; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
25x37; subscription $2; established 1832; Amos 
G. Bonsall and W. J. Jackman, editors and 
publishers; circulation 800. 
MIFFLIATOWA, Juniata Republican ; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
25x37; subscription $2; established 1800; David 
Wilson, editor; Republican Printing Associa- 
tion, publishers. 



MIFFLIATOWA, Juniata Sentinel ; Wed- 
nesdays ; republican; four pages; size 22x32; 
subscription $1 50; established 1847; H. H. 
Wilson, editor and publisher. 
MIEFORD Herald ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1850; Jas. II. Dony, editor and publisher. 
MILFOBD, Monthly Alpha ; monthly; eight 
pages ; size 17x24 ; subscription 50 cents ; estab- 
lished 1809; G. M. Boster, editor and publisher. 
MIEFORD SQUARE, Reformer and Penn- 
sylvania Advertiser; Thursdays; German; 
four pages; size 15x21; subscription 50 cents; 
established 1808; John G. Stauffer and Rev. A. 
B. Schelly, editors; Mennonite Printing 
Union, publishers. 
MIEFORD SQUARE, Mennonitische Frie- 
densbote ; monthly; German; eight pages; 
size 21x30; subscription $1; established 1855; 
John G. Stauffer and Rev. A. B. ScheUy, edit- 
ors; Mennonite Printing Union, publishers. 
MILTOA, Miltonian; Fridays; four pages; 
size 27x13; subscription $2; established 1817; 
Morton & Bound, editors and publishers. 
MOAOAGAHELA CITY, Monongahela Re- 
publican ; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; size 23x32; subscription $2 ; established 
1850; Chill Hazzard, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,100 circulation. 
MOAOAGAHELA CITY, Juniors Friend ; 
monthly; four pages; size 18x20; subscription 
50 cents; established 1800; Chill Hazzard, ed- 
itor and publisher; printed at the office of the 
Monongahela Republican . 
MOATROSE Democrat; Wednesdays: demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 20x39; subscription $2; 
established 1844; A. J. Gerritson, editor and 
publisher. 
MOATROSE, Independent Republican ; 
Tuesdays ; republican : four pages ; size 28x12 ; 
subscription $2; established 1855; Homer H. 
Frazler, editor and publisher; claims 5,000 cir- 
culation. 
MORAVIA, Every Month ; eight pages; 
size 22x32; subscription 50 cents; established 
1869; Thompson Burton, editor and publisher. 
MOUAT JOY Herald ; Saturdays : republican ; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription §2 ; estab- 
lished 1854; Jacob R. Hoffer, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
MOUAT UAIOA News ; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 22x32; subscription $2; established 1869; 
B. H. Lehman, editor and publisher. 
MUACY r , Luminary ; Tuesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 20x37; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1841; G. L. J. Painter, editor and 
publisher. 
A T EW BEOOMFIEED, People's Advocate 
and Press; Wednesdays; republican; four 
pages; size 28x41; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1853; John II. Sheibley, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,150 circulation. 
AEW BEOOMFIEED, Perry Co. Democrat; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
25x37; subscription $1 50; established 1837; 
John A. Magee, editor and publisher. 
A T EW CASTLE Courant; Fridays; republi- 
can: four pages; size 28x44; subscription $2; 
established 1852; S. Durban, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 
AEW CASTLE, Gazette and Democrat ; Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages ; size 27x40 sub- 
scription $2; established 1840; Wm. S. Black, 
editor and publisher. 
AEW CASTLE, Lawrence Journal ; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 25x37; sub- 
scription $2; established 1848; R. G. Dill, edit- 
itor; D.Saukey & Co., proprietors; claims 800 
circulation. 
AEWTOWA Enterprise; Thursdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages ; size 24x38; subscription 
$1 50; established 1838; E.F. Church, editor 
and publisher. 
AEWVILLE, Star of the Valley ; Saturdavs; 
independent: four pages: size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1859; W. R. Linn, edit- 
or; J. B. Morrow, publisher. 
AORRISTOWA Republican; semi-weekly, 
Tuesdays and Saturdays, and Herald and 
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pes; si/.i — lemi-weokly 26x88, weekly 29x44; 
sabsoripl Ion— semi-weekly $2 60, weekly {2,00; 
established — semi-weekly 1885, weekly 1799; 
wills & [reclell, editors and publishers; claims 
weekly 2,900 circulation. 

AOIlItlSTOWA, Herald and Free Press; 
e Republican | 

A'OKlUSTOivx, Independent! Thursdays; 
republican; tour pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1835; Robert C. Fries, edit- 
or and publisher. 

IVORRISTOW1V, Montgomery *Co. Demo- 
crattscbe Post; Tuesdays; German; demo- 
cratic; four paiivs; size 26x39; subscription 
si 50; established 1868; Acker & Co., editors 
and publishers. 

NORRISTOWN, National Defender; Tues- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 29x42; sub- 
scription $2; established 1856; 8. B. & A. 
Helffenstein, editors and publishers; claims 
2,000 circulation. 

ZVORRISTOW3T Register ; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages; size 29x12; subscription 
$2; established 1800; Dr. E. L. Acker, editor; 
Acker & Co., publishers. 

NORRISTOWRf, Wahrlieits Freund; Tues- 
days; German; republican; four pages; size 
24x38; subscription $2; established 1858; Robt. 
C. Fries, editor and publisher. 

XORTII FAST Star ; Saturdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 24x32; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; Brainerd & Cushman, editors and 
publishers. 

OIL CITY. Venango Republican ; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1863; F. F. Davis, 
editor: Cone & Davis, publishers. 

OXFORD Press; Wednesdays; four pages; 
size 26x36; subscription $2; established 1866; 
Henry L. Brinton, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,20 ci rculation. 

PARKESBrRi;. American Stock Journal; 
monthly; thirty-two pages ; size of page 7x11 : 
subscription $1; established 1866; N. P. Boyer 
& Co.. editors and publishers; devoted to 
agriculture and stock-raising; claims 20,000 
circulation. 

PFJV9TSBTJRG, Rauern Freund; Wednes- 
days; German ; democratic; four pages; size 
26x37; subscription $1 50; established 1828; A. 
Kneule, editor and publisher; claims 2,000 cir- 
culation. 

PETROLFX3I CEXTRE, Daily Record; 
every evening except Sunday; four pages; 
size 18x24: subscription 88; established 1868; 
W. C. Plummer, editor; Longwell & Plummcr, 
publishers; claims 450 circulation. 

PHILADELPHIA, Abend Post ; every even- 
ing except Sunday; German; four page's; size 
21x30; subscription $6; established 1805; Asch- 
mied & Co., editors and publishers; the only 
German evening paper In Philadelphia; office 
465 North Third street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Age; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic: four panes: size 30x42; subscription — 
daily s'.l, weekly $2; established 1862; Welsh & 
Robb, editors and publishers; circulation of 
weekly about 16,000; office 14 and 1G South 
Seve nth street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Daily Globe; every morn- 
Lng except Sunday ; neutral ; four pages ; size 
24x32; subscription $3; established 1808; office 
coiner seventh and chestnut streets. 

Philadelphia, Dally Mews 5 everv morn- 
ing except Sunday, and Dollar Weekly 
News ; independent; four pages; size— daily 
24x36; subscription— daily |4, weekly $1; es- 
tablished 1850; J. It. Flanigen, editor and pub- 
lisher; office 136 South Third streets. 

PHILADELPHIA Democrat : every morning 
except Sunday, and Vereinigte Staaten Zei- 
tung, Mondays; German; democratic; daily 
four pages, weekly eight pages; size— daily 
26x39, weekly 38x52; subscription— daily $8, 
weekly $2 50; established— daily 1827, weekly 
1843; Dr. E. Morwitz. editor-in-chief; Hoffman 
£ Morwitz, publishers. 

PHILADELPHIA, Evening Bulletin: every 
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32x44; subscription $8; established i>it; Gib- 
son Peacock, editor; F. I... Fetherston, pub- 
lisher. 

PHILADELPHIA, Evening Herald ; every 
evening except Sunday ; four panes ; size21x3J ; 
subscription $3; established ib63; Charles v. 
Reinstein & Co., editors and publishers; office 
corner Fourth and Chestnut street-,. 

PHILADELPHIA, Evening Programme; 
every evening except Sunday; four pages; 
size 20x24; subscription $2; established 18(16; 
H. R. llellier, editor and publisher: a theatri- 
cal advertising medium ; claims 9,000 circula- 
tion; office 4.'51 Chestnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Evening Star; every 
evening except Sunday; independent; four 
pages; size 18x24; subscription $3; established 
1866; School & Blakely, editors and publishers; 
ciaims 13,000 circulation; office 30 South Sev- 
enth street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Evening Telegraph; 
every evening except Sunday; republican; 
eight pages; size 32x42; subscription sa; 
Charles E. Warburton. publisher; claims 26,000 
circulation; office 108 South Third street. 

PHILADELPHIA Freie Press ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday; Die Republikanisclie 
Flagge, Thursdays, and Sonntags ISlatt mid 
Familien Journal, Sundays;. German; re- 
publican; daily and weekly four pages, Sun- 
day sixteen pages; size— daily 27x40, weekly 
anil Sunday 31x44; subscription— daily $7, 
weekly $2 50, Sunday $3; established— daily 
1847, weekly 1855, Sunday 1857; F. W. Thomas 
& Son, editors and publishers: claims daily 
0,000, weekly 4,000, Sunday 5,000 circulation; 
office 416 and 418 North Fourth street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Inquirer ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday; eight pages; size 26x42; 
subscription $6; Wm. W. Harding, publisher; 
office 304 Chestnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Morning Post; every 
morning except Sunday ; republican ; four pa- 
ges; size 24x36; subscription $0; established 
1867; John M. Carson, publisher; office 32 
South Seventh street. 

PHILADELPHIA, IVortli American and 
IT. S. Gazette ; every day except Sunday ; 
Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- 
urdays, and Weekly ; republican; commer- 
cial; four pages; size 30x47; subscription — 
daily $10, tri- weekly $5, weekly $2; established 
1771; Clayton McMichael, editor; M. McMi- 
chael, publisher; office 132 South Third street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Press ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, Thurs- 
days and Saturdays, and Weekly, Saturdays; 
republican; eight pages; size 32x40; subscrip- 
tion — daily $8, tri-weekly §4, weekly $2 ; es- 
tablished 1857; John W. Forney, editor and 
publisher; circulation about 15,000; office cor- 
ner Seventh and Chestnut streets. 

PHILADELPHIA. Public Ledger; every 
morning except Sunday; four pages; size 
25x39; subscription §6: George \V. Child?, edit- 
or and publisher; office corner Sixth and 
Chestnut streets. 

PHILADELPHIA, La I»Iatinee ; semi-week- 
ly; Wednesdays and Saturdays; four pages; 
size 12x17; established 1867; Robt. W. Ken- 
shaw, editor and publisher: a theatrical ad- 
vertising sheet; claims 1,500 circulation; office 
702 Chestnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Sboe and Leather Re- 
porter ; (see New York City.) 

PHILADELPHIA, American Guardian; 
Saturdays; temperance; sixteen pages; size 
27x12; subscription $2; Rev. John Moore, edit- 
or and publisher; circulation about 6,000; of- 
fice 25 North Sixth street. 

PHILADELPHIA, American Presbyterian* 
Thursdays; preshyterian ; eight pages; size 
32x44; subscription $3; established 1866; l'ev. 
John M. Meats, I). D., editor and publisher; 
claims 4,000 circulation; published tinder 
heading of /tanner of the Covenant; office 1334 
Chestnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Banner of tbe Cove- 
nant ; same as American Presbyterian, which, 
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PHILADELPHIA, Bulletin of the Ameri- 
can Iron and Steel Association ; Wednes- 
days; eight pages; size 18x l 23; established 18(5(5; 
Henry McAllister, Jr., publisher; office 522 
Walnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Catholic Standard; Sat- 
urdays; catholic; eight pages; size 30x14; sub- 
scription $3; established 1865; Mark Willcox, 
editor and publisher; circulation about 14,500; 
office 736 Sansom street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Christian Instructor ; 
Tuesdays; presby terian ; eight pages; size 
32x4(5; subscription $2; established 1859; Rev. 
J. B. Dales, 1). 1)., J. M. Ferguson and M. Mor- 
rison, editors; James M. Ferguson & Co., pub- 
lishers; circulation about 5,000; office 25 North 
Sixth street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Christian Recorder; Sat- 
urdays ; methodist ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription y2 50; established 18(51; Rev. Benj.T. 
Tanner, editor; Rev. Joshua Woodlin, pub- 
lisher; office (131 Pine street. 

PHILADELPHIA City Item; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size 28x42; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1847; Fitzgerald & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; <le voted to literature, sporting news 
and current events ; claims 13,000 circulation; 
office 114 South Third street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Commercial List and 
Price Current; Saturdays; commercial; four 
pages; size 30x46; subscription $4; established 
1834; Stephen N. Winslow, editor; S. N. Wins- 
low & Son. publishers; a letter sheet price cur- 
rent and market report is published weekly 
from this office ; claims 15,500 circulation; of- 
fice 241 Dock street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Episcopalian ; (see New 
York City.) 

PHILADELPHIA, Every Week ; Saturdays; 
literary : thirty-two pages octavo ; subscription 
$3; established 18(57: H. E. King, editor and 

• publisher; claims 35,000 circulation. 

PHILADELPHIA Friend; Saturdays; eight 
pages; size 19x24; subscription $2 50; estab- 
lished 1827; an Association of Orthodox 
Friends, editors and publishers; claims 1,700 
circulation ; devoted to religion and literature. 

PHILADELPHIA, Friends' Intelligencer; 
Saturdays: friends; sixteen pages ; size 28x42; 
subscription $3; established 1844; Associa- 

- tion of Friends, editors and publishers ; Em- 
mor Comly, agent; claims 2,500 circulation; 

- office HI North Seventh street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Friends' Review; Satur- 
days; friends; twenty pages; size of page 

. 7xil; subscription $2 50; established 1.847; W. 
J. Allinson, editor; Alice Lewis, publisher; 
circulation 5.000; office 109 North Tenth street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Home "Weekly ; Wednes- 
days; literary; eight pages; size 28x40; sub- 
scription $2; established 1842; Joseph A. 
Nunes, editor and publisher; claims 50,000 cir- 

> culation ; office 121 South Third street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Insurance Reporter; 
Thursdays; insurance: eight pages; size 32x46; 
subscription $2 50; established 1859; C. A. Pal- 
mer, editor and publisher; office 730 Sansom st. 

PHILADELPHIA, Keystone; Saturdays; 
masonic; eight pages; size 24x34 ; subscription 
$3; established 1857; McCalla & Starely, pub- 
lishers; office 237 Dock street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Legal Intelligencer; 
Fridays; eight pages; size 21x32; subscription 
$3; established 1843; Henry E.Wallace, editor; 
King & Baird, publishers; claims 3,000 circu- 

- lation ; office 607 Sansom street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Lutheran and Mission- 

ary ; Thursdays ; Lutheran ; four pages; size 
29x42; subscription $2 50; established I860; 
Rev. C. W. Schaeffer, D. D., Rev. J. A. Seiss, 

D. D., Rev. G. F. Kroter, D. D., and Rev. W. A. 
Passnvant, D. D., editors; Lutheran Periodi- 
cal Association, publishers; office 807 Vine st. 

PHILADELPHIA, Lutheran Observer; Fri- 
days: Lutheran ; four pages; size 28x42; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 18.38; Rev. F. W. 
Conrad. D. D., Rev. T. Stork, D. D , and Rev. 

E. W. Hutter, D. D., editors; Lutheran Ob- 
server Association, publishers; claims 8,500 
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PHILADELPHIA, Medical and Surgical 
Reporter; Saturdays; thirty-two pages oc- 
tavo; subscription $5; established 1868; S. W. 
Butler, M. D., and D. G. Brinton, M. D., edit- 
ors; W. S. Butler, M. D., publisher; office 115 
South Seventh street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Methodist Home Jour- 
nal ; Saturdays; methodist; eight pages; size 
30x44; subscription $2 50; established 18G7; 
Rev. Adam Wallace, editor and publisher; 
claims 4.000 circulation; office 12 North Sev- 
' enth street . 

PHILADELPHIA, IVational Baptist; Thurs- 
days; baptist; eight pages; size 31x49; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 18(55; Lemuel 
Moss, editor; American Baptist Publication 
Society, publishers; circulation about 5,500; 
office 530 Arch street. 

PHILADELPHIA TXeae Welt; Sundays; 
German; literary; sixteen pages; size 30x42; 
subscription $2 50; established 1855; E. Mor- 
ritz, D. I)., editor; Hoffman & Morritz, pub- 
lishers; printed at the office of the Demo- 
crat, t512 and (514 Chestnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA Patriot; Saturdays; dem- 
oratic; eight pages; size 32x48; subscription 
$2 50; established 1869; Charles N. Pine, edit- 
or ; M. K. Pierce, publisher ; office 718 Sansom st. 

PHILADELPHIA, People's Ledger ; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$1*50; John S. Downing, editor and publisher.; 
claims 2,000 circulation; office 231 Dock street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Presbyterian; Saturdays ; 
presbvterian ; eight pages; size 34x51; sub- 
scription $2 50: established 1831; Rev. M. B. 
Grier, D. D., editor-in-chief; Alfred Martien 
& Co., publishers; office 21 South Seventh st. 

PHILADELPHIA, Refontied Church Mes- 
senger ; Wednesdays; reformed church; 
eight pages; size 31x44; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1835; Rev. G. B. Russell, editor; S. R. 
Fisher & Co., publishers; claims 3,800 circula- 
tion ; office 54 North Sixth street. 

PHILADELPHIA Reformiste Mirchen- 
zeitwng ; Thursdays ; German ; four pages ; 
size 20x28; subscription $1 50; established 
is IS; J. G. S. Whitman, editor; Rev. Dr. S. R. 
Fisher, publisher; claims 3,000 circulation; 
office 51 North Sixth street. 

PHILADELPHIA Die Republikanischc 
Flagge ; (see Daily Freie Press.) 

PHILADELPHIA," Saturday Evening Post; 
Saturdays; literary; eight pases; size 28x43; 
subscription $2 50; established 1821 ; II. Peter- 
son, editor; II. Peterson A Co., publishers; 
circulation about 20.000; office 319 Walnut st. 

PHILADELPHIA, Saturday IVight. ; Satur- 
days ; literary; eight pages; size 29x42; sub- 
scription .s3;' established 1865; Davis & Elver- 
son, publishers; claims 111.000 circulation; of- 
fice corner Eighth and Locust streets. 

PHILADELPHIA, Sharp Shooter and An- 
ti-Fogy; Sundays; four pages; size 18x24; 
subscription $1; established 1864; Dr. S. M. 
Landis, editor and publisher; office corner 
13th street and Girard Avenue. 

PHILADELPHIA Sonntngs Blatt und 
FamiJien Journal ; (see T>aihj Freie Press.) 

PHILADELPHIA, Sunday Dispatch ; Sun- 
days; four pages; size 32x48; subscription 
$2 'GO; established 1S48; Lawlor, Everett & 
Hincken. editors and publishers. 

PHILADELPHIA, Sunday Mercury; Sun- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 31x4(5 ; sub- 
scription $2: established 1850; F. W. Grayson, 
editor; Win. Meeser & Co., publishers: ciaim3 
22.000 circulation ; office 152 South Third st. 

PHILADELPHIA, Sunday Morn'g Times ; 
Sundays ; eight pages ; size 31x48 ; subscription 
$2 50; 'established 1863; R. C. Smith, editor 
and publisher; claims 8,000 circulation; office 
13(5 1-2 South Third street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Sunday School Times ; 
Saturdays; four pages; size 24x32; subscrip- 
tion $150; established 1859; John S. Hurt, L. 
L. D., and J. Newton Baker, A. M., editors , J. C. 
Garrigues & Co., publishers ; office 608 Arch st. 

PHILADELPHIA, Sunday Republic ; Sun- 
days; republican; eight pages; size 32x44; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1868; J. It. Dun. 



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glison, editor; Dunkel, Halls & Co., publishers; 
claims 10,500 circulation; office 1)1 South Third 
street. 
PHILADELPHIA Sunday Trnnscript ; 

Sundays; literary; four pages; size 31x48; sub- 
scription $3 ; established 1865; E. w. ('. Greene, 
editor mid publisher; claims 20,000 circulation; 
office N. W. corner Chesnul and Seventh sts. 

Philadelphia, Trade Journal; Satur- 
days; ei^-iit pages; size 31x45; subscription $3; 
established 1868; .V. 15. Irvine, editor; Win. C. 
Harris & Co., publishers; claims 2,500 circula- 
tion; office l-2.*i South Third street . 

PlIUiAnKLPIIIA Tribune; Saturdays: in- 
dependent; fourpages; size 13x18; suDscrip- 
tion SI ; established 1867; E. James & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers; office (500 Arch street. 

PHILADELPHIA, United States Journal ; 
Saturdays; tour pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion si; established 1854; Z Fuller, editor; 
Fuller & Co., publishers ; claims 5,000 circula- 
tion; office 310 Chestnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, United States Railroad 
and Mining Register; Saturdays; fourpa- 
ges; size 28x44; subscription $3: established 
1856; U. S. Rail Road and Mining Register 
Co., editors and publishers; office 423 Walnut 

FHIIiADELPHIA, Vereinigte Staaten Zci- 

tung; (see Daily Democrat.) 
PHILADELPHIA Weekly Mail ; Wednes- 
days; commercial; four pages; size 29x42; 
subscription S5; established 1866; C. Leslie 
Hi illy, editor and publisher; claims 0,000 cir- 
culation ; office 132 South Third street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Young Folk's News ; 
Wednesdays: eight pages; size 25x34; sub- 
scription si ; established 1808; Rev. H. Reeves 
and Alfred Martien, publishers; office21 South 
Seventh street. 
PHILADELPHIA, American Literary Ga- 
zette and Publishers' Circular ; semi- 
monthly ; twenty- four pages ; size of page 7x10; 
subscription (2; established 1857; George W. 
Childs, publisher; office 600 Chestnut street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Child's World; semi- 
monthly, and Monthly ; four pages ; size 
13x20; subscription 24 cents: established 1843; 
Rev. Richard Newton, D. D., editor; Ameri- 
can Sunday School Union, publishers; claims 
300,000 circulation. 
PHILADELPHIA, Christian Statesman ; 
semi-monthly; twelve pages; size of page 
10x15; subscription $1; established 18G7; T. P. 
Stevenson and D. McAllister, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 4,000 circulation; office 52 and 
54 North sixth street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Knights of Pythias 
Journal; semi-monthly; eight pages; size 
24x34; subscription $150; established 1868; A. 
M. Hopkins, publisher; devoted to the inter- 
ests of the Knights of Pythias; office 808 Wal- 
nut street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Peterson's Counterfeit 
Detector and Rank A'ote List; semi- 
monthly, and Monthly ; forty pages; size of 
page 8x12; subscription — semi-monthly S3, 
monthly SI 50; established 1858; T. B. Peter- 
son & Bro., publishers; office 30(; Chestnut st. 
PHILADELPHIA, Philadelphian ; semi- 
monthly; Lutheran: eight pages; size 21x28; 
subscription $1; established 1867; Hey. ('. \V. 
Schaeffer, 1>. D., and Rev. J. Fry, editors; 
Lutheran Periodical Association, publishers; 
office 708 Vine street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Presbyterian Sabbath 
School Visitor; semi-monthly, and. Monthly; 
four pages; size 15x21; subscription— semi- 
monthly 50 cents, monthly 25 cents ; establish- 
ed 1851; Rev. W. E. Schenck, D. 1)., editor; 
Presbyterian Hoard of Education, publishers ; 
claims lu;,<KH)circulation ; office 821 Chestnul st . 
PHILADELPHIA Steck's Railway Guide ; 
semi-monthly; fourpages; size 21x38; estab- 
lished 1865; John H. Steck, editor and pub- 
lisher; an advertising sheet; office 30 South 
Third street. 
PHILADELPHIA Trade Register; semi- 
monthly; four pages; size 26x38; subscription 
$1 50; established 1809; A. M. Hopkins & Co., 



proprietors; Edward II. 1'billips, publishing 
Agent ; office 808 Walnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, White Banner ; semi- 
monthly; spiritualist ; eight pages; size 19x21; 
subscription $1 ; established JU369; T. Mar-ton 
Richner & Co., editors and publishers; office 
23 North Sixth street. 
PHILADELPHIA Vonns Reaper; semi 
monthly, and Monthly) four pages; size 14x21; 
subscription — semi-monthly 75 cents, monthly 
50 cents; established 1857; Rev. B. Griffith, ed- 
itor; American Baptist Publication Society, 
publishers; claims 25,000 circulation; office 530 
Arch street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Youth's Evangelist; 
semi-monthly; presbyterian; tour pages; size 
14x21; subscription 45 cents ; established 1859; 
James M. Ferguson, editor and publisher. 
PHILADELPHIA, American Exchange 
and Review; monthly; eighty pages octa- 
vo; subscription $3; established 1861 ; Fowler 
& Moon, publishers; devoted to literature, 
finance, insurance, mining and general intel- 
ligence; office 521 Chestnut street. 
PHILADELPHIA, American Law Regis- 
ter; monthly; sixty-four pages octavo; sub- 
scription $4;' established 1852 ; Jas. T. Mitchell, 
editor; D. B. Canfield & Co., publishers. 
PHILADELPHIA, Architectural Review 
and American Builder's Journal ; month- 
ly; sixty-four pages; size of page 8x11; sub- 
scription $6; established 1868; S. Sloan, editor; 
Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfiuger, publishers; 
office 819 and 821 Market street . 
PHILADELPHIA, Arthur's Home Maga- 
zine ; monthly ; sixty-four pages octavo; sub- 
scription 82 ; established 1852 ; T. S. Arthur and 
Virginia F. Townsend, editors; T. S. Arthur, 
publisher; devoted to art, literature and fash- 
ion ; circulation about 30,000; office 811 Chest- 
nut street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Busy Bee; monthly; 
Lutheran; fourpages; size 21x29; subscription 
40 cents; established 1867; the Lutheran Peri- 
odical Association, publishers; office 807 Vine 
street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Camp IVews ; monthly; 
eight pages; size 19x24; subscription si ; estab- 
lished 1857;- D. Orr Alexander and Henry J. 
Stager, editors and publishers. 
PHILADELPHIA, Child's Treasury ; four 
pages; monthly; size 15x21; subscription 44. 
cents; established 1859: Board of Publication 
of the Reformed Church, publishers; office 54 
North Sixth street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Children's Hour; month- 
ly; thirty-two pages; size of page 6x8; sub- 
scription $1 25: established 1867; T. S. Arthur, 
editor ; T. S. Arthur & Son, publishers ; devoted 
to literature suited to children; office 809 and 
and 811 Chestnut street. 
PHILADEPHIA, Coach Makers' Interna- 
tional Journal; monthly ; sixteen pages ; size 
10x13; subscription $3; established lSi0;T.D. 
Ware, editor and publisher; office 413 Chest- 
nut street . 
PHILADELPHIA, Bental Cosmos; (see 

New York city.) 
PHILADELPHIA, I>?r Lammerherte ; 
German: monthly; fourpages; size 15x21; 
subscription $1 25' for five copies; established 
1859; Rev. J. C. Beinhauer, editor; Board of 
Publication of the Dutch Reformed Church, 
publishers; office 54 North Sixth street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Eclectic Medical Jour- 
nal of Pennsylvania ; monthly; forty-eight 
pages octavo: subscription s2: established 
1861; John Buchanan, M. I)., editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 5,000 circulation. 
PHILADELPHIA, Gardener's Monthly j 
monthly; sixty-four pages; size of page 7x10; 
subscription $2; established 1858; Thomas 
Meehan, editor; Brinckloe & Marot, publish- 
ers; devoted to horticulture, arboriculture, 
botany and rural affairs; office 23 North Sixth 
street. 
PHILADELPHIA, Guardian; monthly; 
thirty-two passes octavo; subscription $1 50; 
established 1849; B. Ban-man, A.M., editor; 
S. B. Fisher & Co., publishers; devoted to the 



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moral, literary and religious interests of 
young men and ladies; claims 1,300 circula- 
tion ; office 54 North Sixth street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Guardian Angel; month- 
ly; catholic; eight pages; size 21x28; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 18(37; Rev. Jas. 
O'Rielly, editor; Gillin, McGuegan & Griffin 
publishers. 

PHILADELPHIA, Godey's Ladies Bock; 
monthly ; seventy pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established is;j; Mrs. Sarah J.Hale 
and L. A. GQdey, editors; L. A. Godcy, pub- 
lisher; devoted to fashions, literature, &c; 
circulation about 106,000 ; office corner Sixth 
and Chestnut streets. 

PHILADELPHIA, Hahnemannian Month- 
ly ; monthly; homoeopathy; forty-eight pages 
octavo; subscription S3; established 18J5; 
Robert J. McClutchey, M. D., editor. 

PHILADELPHIA, Journal of Applied 
Chemistry ; (see New York city.) 

PHILADELPHIA, Journal of the Farm ; 
monthly; sixteen pages; size 21x38; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1867; Baugh & Sons, 
publishers; circulation about 25,000; office 20 
South Delaware avenue. 

PHILADELPHIA, Lady's Friend; monthly ; 
forty-four pages octavo; subscription $2 50; 
established 1854; Mrs. Henry Peterson, editor; 
Deacon & Peterson, publishers; devoted to 
literature and fashions ; office 319 Walnut st. 

PHILADELPHIA, Lippincott's Magazine ; 
monthly; one hundred and twenty pages oc- 
tavo; subscription $4; established 18'i7; J. B. 
Lippincott & (Jo., editors and publishers; de- 
voted to literature, science, education, etc.; 
circulation about 10,000 ; office 515 and 517 Mar- 
ket street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Lutheran Sunday 
School Herald; monthly; Lutheran; four 
pages; size 15x20; subscription 25 cents; estab- 
lished 1867; M. Sheeleigh, editor; Lutheran 
Board of Publication, publishers; office 42 
North Ninth street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Little Pilgrim ; thirty- 
two pages; size 14x21; subscription 75 cents; 
established 1853; Grace Greenwood, editor; L. 
K. Lippincott, publisher; claims 10,000 circula- 
tion ; office 319 Walnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Medical Sews and Li- 
brary; monthly; thirty-two pages octavo; 
subscription $1 ; established 1842; H. C. Lea, 
editor and publisher; office 706 and 708 Sansom 
street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Merchants' Monthly ; 
monthly; eight pages; size 24x34; subscription 
50 cents; established 1868; S. H. Crittenden & 
Co., editors and publishers; office 637 Chest- 
nut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Odd Fellows' Record; 
monthly; odd-fellowship; eight pages; size 
28x38; subscription $1; established 1868; F. 
Clinton & Co., editors and publishers; office 
711 Sansom street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Once a Month ; month- 
ly; literary; ninety-six pages; size of page 
5x7; subscription $2; established 1869; T. S. 
Arthur & Sons, editors and publishers. 

PHILADELPHIA, Our Sehoolday Visitor ; 
monthly; thirty-two pages; size 29x41; sub- 
scription $1 25 ; established 1857 ; J. W. Daugha- 
dav & Co., editors and publishers; circulation 
about 20,000. 

PHILADELPHIA, People's Journal; 
monthly ; sixteen pages ; size 24x38 ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; established 1867; Zeigler, Mc- 
Curdy & Co., publishers; claims 35,000 circula- 
tion. 

PHILADELPHIA, Peterson's Ladies' Na- 
tional Magazine ; monthly; one hundred 
and sixty pages octavo ; subscription $2 ; es- 
tablished 1846; Charles J. Peterson, publisher; 
devoted to art., literature and fashion; cir- 
culation about 140,000; office 306 Chestnut St. 

PHILADELPHIA, Photographer; month- 
ly ; thirty-two pages ; subscription $5 ; estab- 
lished 1864; Edward L. Wilson, editor; Bever- 
man & Wilson, publishers. 

PHILADELPHIA, Practical Farmer and 
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sixteen pages; size 27x41 ; subscription $1 50; 
established 1863; Paschall Morris, editor and 
publisher; circulation about 10,000; office 18 
North Thirteenth street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Presbyterian Monthly ; 
twenty-four pages octavo; subscription 50 
cents; established 1866; Rev. J. W. Dulles, ed- 
itor; Presbyterian Publication Committee, 
publishers; claims 4,250 circulation; office 1,334 
Chestnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Printers' Circular ; 
monthly ; thirty-two pages • size of page 8s 10 ; 
subscription $1; established 1SB6; R. s. Mena- 
min, editor and publisher; claims 3,500 circu- 
lation; office 515 Minor street. 

PHILADELPHIA Proof Sheet; monthly; 
typographic ; sixteen pages ; size of page 7xl"o ; 
subscription $1: Collins & McLeester, pub- 
lishers; office 705 Jayne street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Real Estate Record; 
monthly; sixteen pages; subscription $1 ; es- 
tablished 1867; Geo. N. Townsend, editor; 
Townsend & Co., publishers. 

PHILADELPHIA, Record; monthly; pres- 
byterian ; twenty-four pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion 50 cts; established 1S50; Secretaries of 
Boards of the Presbyterian Church, editors; 
Peter Walker, publisher; claims 16,500 circu- 
lation ; office 821 Chestnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Templar's Magazine; 
monthly ; forty-eight pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion §2; established 1855 ; Rev. G. B. Jocelyn, 
D. D., editor; office 725 Race street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Sunday School World; 
monthly ; sixteen pages; size 22x34; subscrip- 
tion 50 "cents; established 1830; Rev. Richard 
Newton, D. D., editor; American Sunday 
School Union, publishers; claims 8,500 circula- 
tion; office 1,122 Chestnut street. 

PHILADELPHIA University Journal of 
Medicine and Surgery; monthly; sixty 
pages octavo; subscription $2; established 
1857; Drs. Paine, Rumsay & Lizars, editors; 
Robert Rumsay, M. D., publisher; claims 5,000 
circulation ; office Ninth St., South of Locust. 

PHILADELPHIA, American Journal of 
Pharmacy; bi-monthly ; octavo; Win. Proc- 
tor, Jr., editor; Philadelphia College of Phar- 
macy, publishers; claims 1,300 circulation; 
office 1,000 Market street. 

PHILADELPHIA, American Journal of 
the Medical Sciences; quarterly, January, 
April, July and October; three hundred pages 
octavo; subscription $5; Isaac Hays, M. I)., 
editor; Henry C. Lea, publisher; office 706 and 
70S Sansom street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Baptist Quarterly ; one 
hundred and twenty-eight pages; size of page 
7x10; subscription $3; established 1867 ; Rev. 
H. G. Weston, D.D., editor; American Baptist 
Publication Society, publishers; office 530 
Arch street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Mercershurg Review; 
quarterly; one hundred and sixty pages oc- 
tavo; subscription $3; established 1819; T. G. 
Apple, D. D., editor; S. R. Fisher & Co., pub- 
lishers; devoted to ehristological, historical 
and positive theology; claims 500 circulation; 
office 54 North Sixth street. 

PHILADELPHIA, Typographic Adver- 
tiser; quarterly; January, April, July and Oc- 
tober; eight pages; size 21x28; subscription 
25 cents; established 1S56 ; Thomas McKellar, 
editor; McKellar, Smith & Jordan, publishers ; 
office 606 and 614 Sansom street. 

PHILIPSBITRG Journal; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; established 
1868 ; Jerome C. Dutcher and Ed. II. Ellsworth, 
editors and publishers. 

PIKEXIXVILLE, Independent Phoenix ; 
Saturdays; independent; four pages; size 
24x38; subscription $2; established 1857; J. 
Rover & Son, editors and publishers. 

PITHOLE Record; every morning except 
Sunday; subscription $10; Morton, Longwell 
& Co., "editors and publishers. 

PITTSBURGH Chronicle ; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays ; in- 
dependent; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages; size — daily 31x44, weekly 31x46; sub- 



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$8, weekly $2; established 
& Collins, editors and pub- 



BCription — daily 
1811; Slebeneok 
Ushers. 
l'lTTSItllKill (oinmircinl ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 31x45; subscrip- 
tion—dally $10, weekly $2; established— daily 
1863, weekly L864; C. l»' Brigham, editor; Com- 
mercial Printing Co., publishers. 
Pittsburgh Dispatch ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and weekly, Saturdays; repub- 
lican; eight pages; size 30x43; subscription- 
daily $8, weekly $1: established 1845; O'Neill 
& Book, editors and publishers; claims daily 
10,840, weekly 4,300 circulation. 
PITTSBURGH, Freihcits Freund; every 
day except Sunday, and Ureiheits Frennd 
unci Pittsburgh Courier, Fridays; German ; 
republican; tour pages; size— daily 25x34, 
weekly 25x38; subscription — daily $5, weekly 
|2 ; established— daUy 1847, weekly I8:i3; Neeb, 
Bauer & Co., editors and publishers. 
PITTSBURGH Gazette; every day except 
Sunday: Semi-Weekly, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays, and Weekly, Saturdays; republi- 
can; eight pages; size 32x46; subscription- 
daily $8; established 1786; Penniman, Reed & 
< !o., edi tors and publishers. 
PITTSBURGH Mail; every evening 1 except 
Sunday; independent; four pages: size 24x36; 
subscription $6; established 1856; Bartly T. 
Campbell, editor and publisher. 
PITTSBURGH Post; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; democrat- 
ic; daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size 
—daily 28x43, weekly 31x43; subscription— 
daily $8, weekly $2; established— daily 1841 
weekly 1820; Jas. P. Burr & Co., editors and 
publishers. 
PITTSBURGH Republic ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Sundays; daily 
four pages, weekly eight pages: size— daily 
22x32, weekly 31x14; subscription— daily $5, 
weekly $2; established— daily 1866, weekly 
1867. 
PITTSBURG Republikaner ; every day ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays ; Ger- 
man; democratic; four pages; size— daily 
23x30, weekly 24x37; subscription— daily si 
weekly $-2; established 1853; G. A. Heilmann, 
editor and publisher. 
PITTSBURGH Catholic; Saturdays; catho- 
lic .-eight pages; size 27x39; subscription $2; 
established 1844; Jacob Porter, editor and 
publisher; claims 3,500 circulation. 
PITTSBURGH, Christian Advocate ; Satur- 
days; methodist; eight pages; size 32x44; sub- 
scription s2: established 1833; Rev. S. H. Nes- 
bit. 1». 1).. editor; .James A. Moore, publisher; 
claims 14.000 circulation. 
PITTSBURGH Democrat; (no report.) 
PITTSBURGH Leader; Sundays; eight 
pages; Size 30x43; subscription $2; established 
1861; John W. Pittock, editor and publisher ; 
circula tion about 9.000. 
PITTSBURGH. Presbyterian Banner; Wed- 
nesdays; presbyterian; eight pages; size 33x14  
subscription $2; established 3814; Rev, James 
Ulison, 1). I) ., and Robert Patterson, editors 
and publishers; circulation about 16,000. 
PITTSBURGH, United Presbyterian; Sat- 
urdays; presbyterian; eight pages; size 33x46; 
subscription $2; established 1843; II. J. Mur- 
doch .v Co., editors and publishers; claims 
17.000 ci rcul ation. 
PITTSBURGH Volksblatt; (no report ) 
PITTSBURGH:, Weekly Mirror ; Saturdays; 
four pages; Bize 27x40; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1868; Mrs. Jane G.Swfsshelm, editor: 
Wright & Telford, publishers. 
PITTSBURGH, Leisure limns ; monthly; 
ninety pages octavo; subscription $2; estab- 
lished L868; Win. O'Dwyer & Co., editors and 
publishers ; circulation about 5,000. 
PITTSBURGH, National Agriculturist and 
Pennsylvania Farm Journal; monthly 
sixteen pages; size 25x38; subscription $1: 
established L850; J. M. & (1. D. Kuester 
editors and publishers; claims 20,000 circu- 
lation. 



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PITTSBURGH, Quarterly Trade Circular ; 

quarterly; sixteen pages; 8ize 28x35; subscrip- 
tion |1; established 1862; Geo. II. Thurston, 
editor and publisher; devoted to general and 
special statistics, manufactures and com- 
merce; claims 5,ooo circulation. 
pittston Gazette; Thursdays; republican; 
(our pages; Bize 28x42; subscription $3; estab 
lished 1850; (J. M. Ricliart, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 
POTTSTOWW, Montgomery Ledger; Tucs- 
days; independent; lour pages; size 28x43; 
subscription $2; established 1845; Davis & 
Binder, editors and publishers; claims 2,040 
circulation. 
POTTSVILLE, Amcrikanischer Repubti- 
kaner; Fridays; German; republican; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription 61 50; estab- 
lished 1855; A. E. Snyder and C. Liebner, edit- 
ors and publishers ; claims 1,450 circulation. 
pottsviluc, Jefferson ncuiokrat. ; Satur- 
days; German; democratic; lour pages; size 
26x38; subscription $2; established 1854; II. J. 
Hendler and J. W. Schroder, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
POTTJiVILLK, Miner's Journal; Saturdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 32x49; subscrip- 
tion $2 75; established 1827; Benjamin Ban nan, 
editor; Bannan & Ramsay, publishers; claims 
4,000 circulation. 
POTTSVILLE Seren Orrmvinoe ; (no report.) 
POTTSVILLK Standard ; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size. 28x42; subscription 
$2 50; established 1857; Barclay Brothers, edit- 
ors and publishers. 
PUNXSUTAWNEY Plaindealer ; Thursdays ; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; Scott & Barr, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
QUAKERTOWN, Independent; Thursdays; 
four pages; size 26x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; Pryor & Berlin, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
READING Eagle ; every evening except Sun- 
day ; democratic; four pages; size 23x33; sub- 
scription $4 50; established 1868; J.W.Conard, 
editor; Ritter & Ilawley, publishers; claims 
1,100 circulation. 
READING, Evening Dispatch ; every even- 
ing except Sunday; republican; four' pages; 
size 25x37; subscription $6; established 1 18(54-; 
Buckwalter, Elliott & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers; claims 2,000 circulation. 
READING Gazette ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Reading Gazette and Demo- 
crat, Saturdays; democratic; four pages; size 
— daily 25x37, weekly 28x45; subscription — 
daily $5, weekly $2; established— daily 1868, 
weekly 1840; J. Lawrence Getz, editor; J. L. 
Getz & Co., publishers ; claims daily 800, weekly 
2,500 circulation. 
READING Times; every morning except Sun- 
day; independent ; four-pages : size 27x42 : sub- 
scription $5; established 1854; F. II. Shatters & 
Co., editors and publishers; claims 1,180 circu- 
lation. 
READING Adler; Tuesdays; German; demo- 
cratic; four pages: size 28x42; subscription 
$1 50; established 1797; J. M. Beck, editor: Bit- 
ter & Ilawley, publishers; claims 4,800 circula- 
tion. 
READING, Banner of Berks ; Tuesdays; 
German; four pages; size 26x39; subscription 
$1 50; established 1808; Daniel Miller, editor 
and publisher. 
READING, Berks and Schuylkill Journal; 
Saturdays; republican: four pages; size 29x15; 
subscription $2; established 1816; J.KnabbA 
Co., editors and publishers. 
READING, Democrat; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 27x42; subscription 
Si 50; established 1868; A. S. Whitman, editor 
and publisher. 
READING, Republikaner von Berk*; 
Thursdays; German; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1868; Daniel Mil- 
ler, editor and publisher. 
READING, Der Reformirte Ilansfrrnnd •, 
semi-monthly; German; Dutch reformed 
church; four pages; size 22x30; subscription 



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$1; established 1887; B. Bailsman, editor and 
publisher; claims -2,300 circulation. 
KIWGWAY, Elk Co. Advocate; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x34; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1848; C. B. Gould, editor 
and publisher; claims 600 circulation. 
ST. MARYS Gazette ; (no report.) 
SCRANTON , Evening Register ; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size— daily 24x36, 
weekiy 28x42; subscription — daily $6, weekly 
$2 ; established— daily 1867, weekly 1863; Carl 
& Burtch, editors anil publishers. 
SCRAIVTOJV, Morning Republican ; every 
morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Fri- 
days; republican; four pages; size— daily 
21x37, weekly 29x46; subscription— daily $7, 
weekly $2; established— dally 1867, weekly 
1855; Crandall & Co., editors and publishers; 
circulation da ily a bout 2,500. 
SCRANTON CITY Journal ; Saturdays ; inde- 
pendent; eight pages; size 28x42: subscription 
$2 ; established 1867 ; E. A. & G. W.Benedict, 
editors and publishers; claims 1,200 circula- 
tion. 
SCRANTON, Democrnt; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1868; J. B. Adams, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,600 circulation. 
SCRANTON Wochenblatt ; Thursdays ; Ger- 
man; democratic; four pages; size 24x36: sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1865 ; F. Wagner, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 600 circulation. 
SELINSGROVE, American Lutheran ; 
Thursdays ; Lutheran ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $2; established 1865; Rev. Peter 
Anstadt, editor and publisher; claims » 1,416 
circulation. 
SELINSGROVE Times ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 28x36; subscription 
$2; established 1855; Franklin Weirick, editor 
and pu blish er; claims 800 circulation. 
SIIAMOKIN Herald ; Thursdays; republican; 
four pages; size 22x32 ; subscription §1 75; es- 
tablished 1863; Owen M. Fowler, editor and 
publisher. 
SHARON Herald; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 27x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1854; Frey & Ray, editors and publish- 
ers. 
SHARON Times; Wednesdays; damoeratic; 
four pages; size 25x37; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1888; Lant & Herbeit, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
SHIPPINSBTJRG News ; Saturdays: republi- 
can; four pages; size 26x38; subscription §1 50; 
established 1841; D. R. Wagner, editor; D. R. 
& J. C. Wagner, publishers. 
SHIPPESfSBURG, Valley Sentinel ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1861 ; R. J. Coffey, ed- 
 it or and publisher; circulation 2,600. 
SRIPPACKVILLE, Dcr Neutralist mid 
Allegemeine Neuigskeits-Bote ; Wednes- 
days ; German ; neutral ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; 
subscription $1 50; established 1844; A. E. 
Damblv, editor and publisher. 
8LATINGTON News ; Wednesdays; inde- 
pendent; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$2; established 1868; Godshalk & Bright, edit- 
ors and publishers. 
SMETIIPORT, McKean Miner; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 25x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1863 ; Malone & Bard, edit- 
ors and publishers. 
SOMERSET Democrat ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x37 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1854; John J. Hoffman, editor and 
publisher; claims 800 circula tion . 
SOMERSET, Herald and WJiig ; Wednes- 
days; republican ; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1852; Edward Scull, 
editor and publisher. 
SO. BETHLEHEM, Northampton Con- 
servative; Wednesdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 26x39; subscription $2 ; established 
1868; Gushing & Bilyieu, editors and publish- 
ers. 
STROTTDSBITRG Jeffersonian ; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 23x33 ; subscrip- 



Theodore Schoch, 



tion $2; established 1842; 
editor and publisher. 
STROTJDSRITRG, Monroe Democrat ; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1830; A. O. Green- 
wald, editor and publisher. 
SCNBCRY American; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages ; size 24x37 ; subscription $2 ; estab- 
lished 1847; H. B. Masser, editor; E. Wilvert 
and N. S. Engle, publishers; claims 842 circu- 
lation. 
SUNBITRT, Democratic Guard ; Fridays ; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 25x39; subscrip- 
tion $1 50 ; established 1868 ; Reimenswyder & 
Brandon, editors and publishers. 
SUDBURY, Der Deutsche Demokrat ; Wed- 
nesdays ; German ; democratic ; four pages ; 
size 22x32 ; subscription $1 50; established 1858; 
Eichholtz & Day, editors and publishers. 
SITNBTIRY Gazette; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 28x42; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1838; A. A. & John Younginan, editors 
and publishers. 
STTNBTJRY, Northumberland Co. Demo- 
crat; Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 
26x39; subscription $2; established i860; Eich- 
holtz & Day, editors and publishers; claims 
1,176 circulation. 
TAMAQXTA, Anthracite Journal ; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 25x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established' 1861; Robert L. Leyburn, 
editor and publisher. 
TXDIOFTE Journal; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 20x28; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1867 ; E. A. Stevens, editor and publisher. 
TIONESTA Bee ; Wednesdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 22x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; J. W. H. Reisinger, editor and 
publisher. 
TIONESTA, Eorest Press; Saturday*; inde- 
pendent; four pages: size 20x29; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1867; V. O. Conver, editor 
and publisher. 
TITCSVILLE, Morning Herald; every 
morning except Sunday, and Weekly, Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size — daily 
21x36; weekly 27x41; subscription— daily $10, 
weekly $2; established 1865; W. W. & H. C. 
Bloss, editors; Bloss Bros. & Cogswell, pub- 
lishers ; claims daily 400, weekly 600 circulation . 
TITCSVILLE, Long Roll; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 21x31; subscription $2; established 
1868; W. C. Allen, editor and publisher; devot- 
ed to the interests of soldiers' orphans. 
TO WANDA, Bradford Argus; Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 27x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1833; E. Ashmun Parsons, 
editor and publisher. 
TOWANDA, Brdford Reporter ; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 28x45 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1840; E. O. Goodrich, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 2,500 circulation. 
TREMONT, Local News and Schuylkill 
Advertiser; Thursdays; four pages; size 
11x16; subscription 25 cts; established 1S67; 
Jacob Sanders, editor and publisher; an ad- 
vertising sheet; claims 4.000 circulation. 
TROY, Northern Tier Gazette ; Thursdays ; 
republican ; four pages ; size 23x37 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; A. S. Hooper, editor; 
Hooper & Jenkins, publishers. 
TCNKHANNOCK, Wyoming Democrat ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
25x38; subscription $2; established 1861; Har- 
vey Sickler. editor and publisher. 
TYRONE, Christian Family Companion; 
Tuesdays; united brethren; sixteen pages; 
size 24x34; subscription $1 50; established 1865; 
H. R. Tolsinger, editor and publisher; claims 
2,900 circulation. 
TYRONE Herald; Fridays; republican; four 
pages; size 23x34; subscription $2; established 
1867; J. L. Holmes, editor; Holmes & Jones, 
publishers; claims 600 circulation. 
TTNIONTOWN, American Standard ; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1866; W. H. Miller, 
editor and publisher. 
TJNIONTOWN, Genius of Liberty; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 28x42; sub- 



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sciiption 8-: established 1805; A.. M. Gibson, 

editor and publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 

WARREN Ledger; Thursdays; democratic; 

four pages; sue -jin:;u; subscript ton $2 ; estab- 
lished 1849; Benj. P. Morris, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WARREN, Mail ; Tuesdays; republican: four 
pages; size 25x37; subscription §2; established 
1848; 10. Cowan, editor and publisher. 

Washington, Reporter; Wednesdays; re- 
publican : eight pages ; size 30x43; subscription 
;?•-': established L808; Moore & Co., editors and 
publishers; claims 1,300 circulation. 

WASIUX^TOA' Review and Examiner ; (no 
report .) 

WAnVESBVRCr, Messenger; Wednesdays: 
democratic; four pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion^; established is!:;: W. T. H. Pauley, ed- 
itor; Brown, -Temple & Co., publishers; circu- 
lation 1,400. 

WAT1SESBURG, Republican ; Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 26x37; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1834; James N. Miller, ed- 
itor and p ublis her; claims 1,000 circulation. 

WiYMOSBlRti, Village Record; Fridays; 
independent; four pages; size 24x34; estab- 
lished ISiT; W. Blair, editor and publisher; 
claims '.Miii circulation. 

WELLSBORO, Democrat ; Wednesdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x34 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1838; C.G.Williams, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

WELLSBORO, Tioga County Agitator; 
Wednesdays: republican; four page's; size 
27x41; subscription ;?■-; established 1854; M. II. 
Cobb, editor; Cobb & Van Gelder, publishers; 
claims 1,700 circulation. 

WEST CHESTER, American Republic an ; 
Tuesdays: republican; four pages; size 81x45; 
subscription $2: established 1808; E.B. Moore, 
editor and publisher. 

WEST CHESTER, Chester Co. Village Re- 
cord; Saturdays; independent; four panes; 
size 61x45; subscription $225; established 1810; 
Henry S. Evans, editor and publisher. 

■WEST CHESTER, Jeifersonian ; .Saturdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 29x45; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1843; J. & W. II. Hodgson, 
editors; W". H. Hodgson, publisher; claims 
5.000 circulation. 

WEST PHILADELPHIA Star; Saturdays; 
independent; eight pages; size 23x32: sub- 
scription $2; established 1867; Chas. Githens, 
edito r and publisher. 

WILKES IS ARRE, Demokratiseher Wacli- 
ter ; Fridays; German; democratic; four 
pages; size 26x39 : subscription $2; established 
1841; Robert Baur, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,500 circulation. 

WILKES It ARRE, Luzerne Vnion ; Wed- 
nesdays: democratic; four pages; size 27x42; 
subscription $2 50; established 1852; W. H. 
Hibbs and H. Ellis, editors; W. H. Hibbs. pub- 
lisher. 

"WILKES RARRE, Record ofthe Times; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
28x43) subscription $2 50; established 1853; W. 
P. Miner, editor and publisher; claims 1.500 
circulation; a supplement is printed every 
Saturday at this office; size 14x22. 

WIL KES BAR RE Volksfreund; (no report.) 

WILLIAMSPORT Educator and Teacher; 
(no report.) 

WILLI UISPORT, Evening Bulletin; every 
evening except Sunday, and West Branch 
Bulletin, Saturdays: republican; four pages; 
Size— daily 21x27, weekly 29x46; subscription- 
daily si;, weekly $2: established— daily 1868, 
weekly i860; E. W. Capron, editor; E. W. Ca- 

pron .S: Co., publishers. 
WILLIAMSPORT, Lycoming Gazette; 

every morning except Sunday, and Weekly, 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size- 
daily 26x37, weekly 29x42; subscription— daily 
(6, weekly $2; established— daily 1867, weekly 
isol ; Huston, Scholl & Trout, editors and pub- 
lishers; claims daily 900, weekly 2,000 circu- 
lation. 
WILLIAMSPORT, Standard; every even- 
ing except Sunday, Tri-Wcekly, and Lyco- 



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ming Standard, Wednesdays; democratic; 
four pages; size — daily 21x29, weekly 29x42; 
subscription — daily $6, tri-weekly $t 50, 
weekly $2; established— -daily 1868, weekly 
1867; Tate, Emery & Co., editors and publish- 
ers, 

WILLIAMSPORT, National Demokrat ; 
Saturdays; German; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription S-J; established 1867; C. Th. May- 
er, editor and publisher. 

WILLIAMSPORT, Educator; monthly; six- 
teen pages; size 24x38; subscription .si ; estab- 
lished 1861; Uev.A.K. Home and W. W.. lames, 
editors; Home & Plotts, publishers. 

WRIGIITSVILLE, York County Star ; Fri- 
days: four pages: size 26x38; subscription $2; 
established 1853; Magee & Smith, editors and 
publishers. 

YORK, Democratic Press; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 27x41; subscription 
$1 50; established 1838; Oliver Stuck, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 

YORK Gazette ; Tuesdays ; democratic; four 
pages; size 27x42; subscription s2 ; established 
1815; D. Small and John B. Welsh, editors and 
publishers; claims 1,675 circulation. 

YORK, Gazette ; Fridays; German; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 21x27; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1821 ; David Small and J. B. Welsh, 
editors and publishers; claims 500 circulation. 

YORK Peimsylvaiiian ; Saturdays ; independ- 
ent; four pages; size 26x36; subscription $1 50; 
established 1851; David A. Frey, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

YORK Republican; Wednesdays: republican; 
four pages; size 27x40; subscription $1 50: es- 
tablished 1789; Thomas E. Cochran, editor; 
Smyser & Co., publishers; claims 1,200 circula- 
tion. 

YORIt, True Democrat ; Tuesdays; republi- 
can: four pages; size 29x4(1; subscription $2; 
established 1864; A. H. Chase and Geo. W. Mc- 
Elroy, editors; II. Young, publisher; claims 
3,200 circulation. 

YORK, Commercial Monthly; eight pages; 
size 27x42; subscription 75 cents; established 
1867; Crider & Bro., editors and publishers. 



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BRISTOL Phoenix; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x34; subscription $2 25; established 1837; 
C. A. Greene, editor and publisher; claims 600 
circulation. 

GREENWICH, Rhode Island Pendulum ; 
Fridays; independent; four pages; size 25x36; 
subscription $2; established 1854; William N. 
Sherman, editor and publisher. 

NEWPORT News ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and Newport Journal, Saturdays ; -re- 
publican ; four pages; size 24x66; subscription 
— daily $6, weekly $1 50; established — daily 
1845, weekly 1867; Davis & Pitman, editors and 
publishers. 

NEWPORT Journal ; (see Daily News.) 

NEWPORT Mercury; Saturdays; independ- 
ent ; four pages ; size 27x42; subscription $2; 
established 1758; Fred. A. Pratt, editor and 
publisher. 

PAWTUCKET Gazette and Chronicle ; Fri- 
days: independent; four pages; size 27x42; 
subscription $2 25 ; established 1838; It. Sher- 
man & Co., editors and publishers. 

PROVIDENCE Bulletin ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; republican; four pages; size 
19x27; subscription $6; established 1863; 
Knowles, Anthony & Danielson, editors and 
publishers; published from the office of the 
Providence Daili/ Journal. 

PROVIDENCE Journal ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; Manufacturers' and Farm- 
ers' Journal, Mondays and Thursdays, and 
Rhode Island Country Journal, Fridays ; 
republican: four pages; size 27x12: subscrip- 
tion— daily $8, semi-weekly $4, weekly $2 50; 
established— daily 1830, semi-weekly and week- 
ly lsj2 : Knowles, Anthony & Danielson, editors 
find publishers. 

PROVIDENCE Morning Herald ; every 
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Herald. Saturdays; democratic; four pages; 
size -27x42; subscription— daily $8, weekly 
$2 50; established as the Post 1850, changed to 
Herald \m~; Noah D.Payne, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims daily 3,500, weekly 7,000 circula- 
tion. 

PROVIDENCE Press ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Rhode Island Press, Saturdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 27xf-2; subscrip- 
tion—daily $8, weekly $2; established— daily 
1850, weekly 1800 ; Providence Press Co., edit- 
ors and publishers. 

PROVIDENCE, General Advertiser ; Satur- 
days ; four pages ; size 25x35 ; established 1847 ; 
Cornelius S. Jones, editor and publisher ; pub- 
lished as an advertising medium with a gra- 
tuitous circulationof 3,000. 

PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island Schoolmas- 
ter ; monthly ; thirty-two pages octavo ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1S57; N. W. DeMu- 
rin, editor and publisher. 

IgS 

days; independent; four pages; size 22x32; 
subscription $1 50; established 1855 ; D. Gillies, 
editor and publisher. 

WARREN Gazette ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 22x32 ; subscription $2 25 ; established 1866 ; 
Jas. W. Barton, editor and publisher; claims 
500 circulation. 
.WESTERLY, Narragansett Weekly ; Thurs- 
days; independent; four passes: size 28x44; 
subscription $2; established 1858; G. B. & J. H. 
Utter, editors and publishers. 

WESTERLY, Sabbath Recorder; Thurs- 
days ; baptist ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 184,5; George B. Utter, 
editor and publisher; claims 2,300 circulation ; 
printed at the office of the Narragansett Weekly. 

WOOSSOCMET Patriot and Rhode Island 
State Register ; Fridays; independent ; four 
pages; size 30x46; subscription §2 50; estab- 
lished 1833; S. S. Foss, editor and publisher; 
circulation about 5,300. 



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ABBEVILLE Banner ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $3; 
established 1844; W. W. Farrow, editor and 
publisher. 

ABBEVILLE Press; Fridays; democratic; 

> four pages; size 24x36; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1853; W. A. Lee, editor; Lee & Wilson, 
publishers. 

ANDERSON Intelligencer; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1860; Hoyt & Walters, 
editors and publishers; claims 1,000 circula- 
tion. 

ANDERSON, South Carolina Baptist ; Fri- 
days ; baptist ; four pages ; size 24x3(5 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50 ; established 1806 ; Rev. W. E. Walters, 
editor; Hoyt & Walters, publishers; claims 
1,000 circulation. 

BARNWELL Sentinel ; Saturdays ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $3; established 
1851; E. A. Bronson, editor and publisher. 

BENNETTSVILLE Journal; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 24x32 ; subscription 
$2; established 1860; Stubbs & Little, editors 
and publishers. 

CAMDEN, Journal; Thursdays; democratic ; 
four pages; size 23x32; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1812; T. W. Pegus & Sons, editors and 
publishers. 
CHARLESTON, Courier ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Tri-Weekiy, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 25x33: subscription — daily $8, tri- 
weekly $4; established 1802; A. S. Willington 
&Co., editors and publishers. 
CHARLESTON, News ; every moi-ning ex- 
cept Sunday, Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, Thurs- 

• days and Saturdays; democratic; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription — daily $6, tri- weekly 
$3; established 1802; Riordan, Dawson & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

•CHARLESTON, Advocate; Saturdays; 
methodist ; republican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; 
subscription $2; established 1807; Alonzo 



Webster, editor; Lewis & Webster, publish- 
ers; claims 800 circulation. 
CHARLESTON, Free Press; Saturdays; re- 
publican ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; subscription • 
$4; established 1867; C. D. Duval, editor; 
Timothy Hurley, publishers; claims 2,000 cir- 
culation. 
CHARLESTON, Gazette ; Saturdays ; catho- 
lic ; eight pages ; size 28x40 ; subscription §2 50 ; 
established 1807; J. I). Budds, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation about 3,000. 
CHARLESTON, Missionary Record; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 19x28; 
subscription $1; established 1808; Richard II. 
Cain, editor and publisher; claims 2,000 circu- 
lation. 
CHARLESTON, South Carolina Republi- 
can; Saturdays; republican; four pages; size 
21x38; subscription $2; established 1808; Union 
Printing Co., editors and publishers. 
CHARLESTON Zeitung ; Saturdays; Ger- 
man ; four pages : size 22x28 ; subscription $3 : 
established 1807 ; C. G. Erekmann & Co., editors 
and publishers. 
CIIERAW, Chesterfield Democrat; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 21x30; sub- 
scription $2; established 1808; Worley & Co., 
editors and publishers. 
CHESTER Standard; semi-weekly, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays, and Weekly; democrat- 
ic; four pages; subscript ion— semi-weekly $6, 
weekly $3 ; established 1857; Geo. D. M. Pither, 
editor and publisher; claims 900 circula- 
tion. 
CLINTON, Farm and Garden ; monthly; ag- 
ricultural; sixteen pages octavo; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1807; Rev. Wm. P. Jacobs, 
editor; James R. Jacobs & Co., publishers; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 
COLUMBIA Phoenix ; every morning except 
Sundays ; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays 
and Saturdays, and Weekly Gleaner, Wed- 
nesdays ; democratic ; daily— four pages, week- 
ly eight pages; size— daily 19x28, weekly 28x38; 
subscription— daily $8, tri-weekly $5, weekly 
$3; established 1804; Julian A. Selby, editor 
and publisher. 
COLITMBIA, Christian Neighbor; Thurs- 
days; methodist; four pages; size 18x21; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; Sidi H. Browne, 
editor; John A. Elkins, publisher. 
COLUMBIA, Lutheran and Visitor; Wed- 
nesdays ; Lutheran ; fourpages : size 20x38 ; sub- 
scription $3; established 1868; Duflie & Chap- 
man, editors and publishers. 
COLUMBIA, Southern Presbyterian; Thurs- 
days; presbyterian; four pages; size 30x46, 
subscription $2 50; established 1850; James 
Woodrow, editor and publisher. 
COLUMBIA, Southern Presbyterian Re- 
view; quarterly; presbyterian; one hundred 
and fifty -two pages; size of page 9x12; sub- 
scription $3 ; established 1847 ; Association of 
Ministers, editors and publishers. 
CONWAYBORO, Horry Sentinel ; Fridays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 20x20; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1808; Sidney E. McMillan, 
editor and publisher; printed at the office of 
the Marion Crescent. 
DARLINGTON Democrat; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x35 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1808; E. P. Lucas, edit- 
or and publisher. 
DARLINGTON Southerner; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x30; subscription 
$3; established 1859; J. M. Brown, editor; 
Charles A. Brown, publisher. 
DUE WEST, Associate Reformed Presby- 
terian ; Fridays; presbyterian; four pages; 
size 21x34; subscription $3; established 1867; 
J. I. Bonner, editor and publisher. 
EDGEFIELD Advertiser; Wednesdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 27x40; subscription 
$3; established 1832;!). R. Durisoe & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers. 
FLORENCE Gazette ; (no report.) 
GEORGETOWN Times ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 23x34; subscription 
$3; established 1865; John W. Tarbox, editor 
and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 



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UBEEIWILLE Mountniner ; Thursdays : 
democratic; four pages; size 22x80: subscrip- 
tion si 60; established 1852; G. E. Blford, edit- 
or and publisher. 

(;ki:k\vilij:, Nouthern Enterprise; Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; fourpages; 9ize23x32; 
subscription $2; established 1854; G. F.Townes, 
editor; J.C. Bailey, proprietor. 

Lancaster Ledger; Thursdays ; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 24x32; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1852; David J. Carter, editor and 
publisher. 

LAI R U.ASVILLE Herald; Fridays: demo- 
cratic; fourpages; size24x34; subscription!*.'); 
established 1844; B. W. Ball, editor; Crews & 
Simpson, publishers; claims 800 circulation. 

MANNING, Clarendon Press; Thursdays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 24x34; subscrip- 
tions-3; established 1867; Lucas, David&Lu- 
eas, editors and publishers; claims 800 circu- 
lation. 

MARION Crescent; Wednesdays; democratic; 
fourpages; size 22x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1865; Sidney E. McMillan, editor and 
publisher. 

MARIOX star ; Wednesdays ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 24x33; subscription 8-".: established 
1838; W.J. McKerall, editor and publisher. 

JfEWBERRY. Herald; Wednesdays: demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 25x36; subscription $3; 
established lso4; F. & R. H. Greneker, editors 
and publi sher s. 

ORAXtiEIIl'SG, Jfews; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; lour pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1867; Samuel Dibble, editor; 
Charles H. Hall, publisher. 

SUMTER, News; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages: size 23x34; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1866; Darr & Osteen, editors and 
publishers. 

SCMTER, Watchman; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic: four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
(3; established 1850; Gilbert & Flowers; ed- 
itors and publishers. 

WALHALLA, Heowee Courier ; Fridays, 
democratic: fourpages; size 24x34; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1865; Robert Young & 
Co ., editors and publishers. 

WINNSBORO News; tri-weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Fairfield Her- 
ald, Wednesdays; democratic; four pages: 
size— tri-weekly 20x23, weekly 23x35; subscrip- 
tion — tri-weekly st. weekly $3; established— 
tri-weekly 1863, weekly 1849; Benj. R. Stewart, 
editor; Desportes, Williams &Co., publishers; 
circulation — tri-weekly 550, weekly 975. 

WINNSBORO, Fairfield Herald'; (see News.) 

YORKVILLE Enquirer; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
S3 50; established 1854; Lewis M. Grist, editor 
and publisher. 



TEXXESSEE. 



ATHENS Post ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
23x32; subscription 82: "established 1853; Sam. 
P. Ivins, editor and publisher. 

ATHENS Republican; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages: size 22x32; subscription 82 ; 
established 1867; J. P. Peters, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

BOLIVAR Bulletin ; Saturdays ; democratic; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1865; M. R. Parrish, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 850 circulation. 

RROHASVILLE Bee; Fridays; democratic; 
fourpages; size 25x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; Wcstbrook & Beers, editors and 
publishers: claims 1,2(10 circulation. 

CHATTANOOGA Republican; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size— daily 20x28, 
weekly 27x42; subscription— daily 812, weekly 
$2 50; established 1867;B. S. Kiiidriek, editor 
and publisher. 

CHARLOTTE, Jolly Tenncsseean; (no re- 
port.) 

CLARHSVILEE Chronicle; (no report.) 

CLARKSville Patriot; Saturdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 25x37; subscription 



TENNESSEE. 



8.!: established 1867; J.J. Muck, editor; Buck 

& Neviiicc, publishers. 
clicvelani» Banner; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x38; subscription 
$2; established 1854; Robert McNelley, editor; 

McNellcy & Son, publishers: claims 700 circu- 
lation. 

COLUMBIA, Dixie Farmer; Thursdays; ag- 
ricultural; sixteen pages; size 25x38; sub- 
scription 83: established 1868; 11. Nicholson, 
publisher. 

COLUMBIA, Herald; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 28x42; subscription $3; 
established 1850; Alfred 8. Horsley, editor 
and publisher: claims 048 circulation. 

COOKVILLE Times ; (no report.) 

COVINGTON, Tipton Weekly Record ; Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $3: established 1867; Samuel P. 
Hose, editor and publisher; circulation 750. 

BYERSRURG, Real's State Gazette ; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 21x28; 
subscription $2 50; established 1805; T. W. 
Neal, editor and publisher. 

FAYETTEVILLE, Lincoln County News ; 
Saturdays; four pages; size 20x28; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1800; E. & J. B. Hill, edi- 
tors and publishers. 

FAYETTEVILLE, Observer; Thursdays; 
fourpages; size 24438; subscription $2; cst'ab- ' 
lished 1850; N. O. Wallace, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

FRANKLIN, Weekly Review; Fridays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 24x38: subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1827; Thos. E. Haynes, 
editor; N. J. Haynes & Son, publishers; claims 
800 circulation. 

GALLATIN, Examiner; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$3; established 1861; Thomas Boyers, editor 
and p ublish er. 

GREENVILLE, National Union; Thursdays ; 
democratic; fourpages; size 21x30: subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1800; John Slack, editor 
and publisher. 

GREENVILLE, New Era; Thursdays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 23x32; subscription 
$2; established 1805; J. B. R. Lyon, editor and 
publisher. 

HARTSVILLE Vidette ; Saturdays; four 
pages; subscription $3; F. M. Dully, editor 
and publisher. 

HUNGTINGBON, WestTennesseean; Thurs- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1808; A. W. Hawkins, 
editor and publisher. 

JACKSON Tribune ; Saturdays; independent; 
fourpages; size 31x44; subscription §2 50; es- 
tablished 1809; D. M. Wisdom, editor; Milligan 
Bros., publishers. 

JACKSON, West Tennessee Whig ; (no re- 
port.) 

JONESBOROFGH, Union Flag ; Fridays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size 23x37; subscription 
$3; established 1805; Geo. Edgar Grisham, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 1,800 circulation. 

KINGSTON, Enst Tenncsseean ; Thursdays ; 
neutral; four pages ; size 22x32; subscription 
$2 50; established 1854; Win. P.. Reed, editor 
and pub lisher; claims 800 circulation. 

KAOXYILLE, Press and Herald ; every 
morning except Sunday, and Press and 
Messenger, Thursdays; democratic; daily 
four pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily 
22x33, weekly 29x42; subscription — daily $10, 
weekly 82; "established— daily 1807, weekly 
1866; Ramage & Co., editors and publishers. 

HXO.YVILLE, Brownlow's Knoxville 
Whig; tri-weekly; Tuesdays, Thursdays and 
Saturdays, and Weekly, Wednesdays ; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size— tri-weekly 22x31, week- 
ly 28x42; subscription — tri-weekly $3. weekly 
82: established— tri-weekly 1868, weekly 1804; 
Brownlow & Haws, editors and publishers. 

KNOXVILLE, Press and Messenger ; (see 
I'ress and Herald.) 

LEBANON, Herald and Register; Satur- 
days : democratic : four pages; size 24x38; sub- 
scription $3; established 1853; Neal & Wade, 
editors and publishers. 



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MARYVILLE Republican ; Saturdays ; re- 
publican : four pages; size 21x28; subscription 
$2; established 1867; R. C. Tucker, editor; W. 
B. Scott, Sr., publisher; claims 300 circu- 
lation. 

McMIJYiVVILLE Enterprise; weekly; four 
pages; subscription 82 50; Win. Baker & Son, 
editors and publishers. 

McMIiViWILLE, JVew Era ; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 20x38; subscription 
$2; established 1855; David F. Wallace, editor 
and publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

MEMPHIS Appeal ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Sundays; democratic; 
four pages: size 28x12; subscription— daily 
$12, weekly $4; established 1840; Ainslie Keat- 
ing & Co., editors and publishers. 

MEMPHIS Avalanche; every morning except 
."Monday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 27x43; subscription — 
daily $10, weekly $2; established 1866; M. C. 
Gallaway & Co., editors and publishers. 

MEMPHIS Post ; every evening except Sun- 
day; Tri- Weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and 
Saturdays, and Weekly, Fridays ; republican ; 
daily and tri-weekly four pages, weekly eight 
pages; size — daily and tri-weekly 23x33, week- 
ly 27x41; subscription — daily $10, tri-weekly 
$5, weekly $2; established 1836; John Eaton 
& Co.. editors and publishers. 

MEMPHIS, Public Ledger; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday; subscription $8; Wkitrnore & 
Co., editors and publishers. 

MEMPHIS, Sun ; every morning ; four pages ; 
size 20x26; established 1861); L. J. Dupre, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

MEMPHIS Auzeiger des Sudens ; Satur- 
days ; German ; independent ; eight pages ; size 
28x40; subscription $3; established 1858; Louis 
Wunderman, editor and publisher. 

MEMPHIS, Ckristian Advocate ; (no report.) 

MEMPHIS, Baptist; Saturdays; baptist; 
eight pages; size 34x46; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1867; J. R. Graves, editor and publisher; 
circulation about 5,000. 

MEMPHIS, Saturday Morning; Saturdays: 
neutral ; eight pages ; size 28x42 ; subscription 
$2 50; established 1868; L.E.Moore & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers. 

MEMPHIS, Southern Farmer; monthly; 
agricultural; twenty-four pages ; size of page 
10x13; subscription $2; established 1867; M. W. 
Phillips & Co., editors and publishers ; circu- 
lation about 3,000. 

MITBFBEESROBO, Monitor; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1865; H. C. McLaughlin, 
editor and publisher. 

NASHVILLE, Press and Times ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and 'Weekly, Thursdays ; 
republican; four pages; size — daily 26x40, 
weekly 28x44; subscription— daily $10, weekly 
$3; established 1863 ; S. C. Mercer, 'editor; Press 
and Times Printing and Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; claims 1,200 daily circulation. 

KASHVILLE Bepublican ; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size — daily 22x30, 
weekly 24x34; subscription — dailv $8, weekly 
$2; established 1868; Ruhm & Bailey, editors 
and publishers. 

NASHVILLE, Bepublican Banner; every 
morning except Sunday; Tri- Weekly, and 
■Weekly, Saturdays ; democratic ; four pages ; 
size 30x48; subscription — daily $12, tri-weekly 
$6, weekly $3; Roberts & Purvis, editors anil 
pu blis hers. 

MASHVILLE, Tennessee Staats Zeitung ; 
every evening except Sunday, and "Weekly, 
Saturdays; German; republican; four pages; 
size — daily 22x30, weekly 26x40; subscription 
—daily $10, weekly $3; established 1866; Ruhm 
& Bailey, editors and publishers. 

UASHVILLE, Union and American ; every 
morning except Monday; Semi-Weekly, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 28x44 ; 
subscription— daily $8, semi-weekly $4, week- 
ly $2; established 1835; J. O. Griffith & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers ; circulation 4,800. 



TENNESSEE. 



NASirVILLE Bemokrat ; tri-weekly, and 
Weekly, Saturdays ; German ; democratic ; 
tri-weekly four pages; size— weekly 26x40; 
subscription— tri-weekly $4, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 1866 ; Theodore Trauernicht, editor and 
publisher. 

NASHVILLE, Christian Advocate ; Fridays : 
methodist; four pages; size2sx42; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1840; T. O. Summers, D. D., 
editor; A. H. Bedford, publisher. 

BTASHVILLE, Gospel Advocate ; Thursdays ; 
church of Christ; thirty -two pages; size of 
page 6x9; subscription $3; established 1854; 
David Lipscomb, editor and publisher; claims 
1,850 circulation. 

NASHNILLE, Banner of Peace ; (no report.) 

1VASHVILLE, Grecian Bend; monthly; eight 
pages; size 21x25; established 1868; Grecian 
Be nd C o., editors and publishers. 

NASHVILLE, Home Monthly ; methodist ; 
eighty pages octavo; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1866; A.B. Stark, LL. D., editor; South- 
ern Methodist Publishing House, publishers. 

NASHVILLE Journal of Medicine and 
Surgery; monthly; forty-eight pages octavo; 
subscription $3; established 1865; W. K. Bowl- 
ing, M. D., editor; W. F. Ligon, publisher; 
claims 500 circulation. 

SASHVILLE, Ladies' Pearl; monthly; lit- 
erary ; sixty-four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1852; John Shirley Ward, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,440 circulation. 

NASHVILLE, Sunday School Visitor; 
monthly ; eight pages ; size 20x27 ; subscription 
50 cents; established 1867; A. H. Bedford, ed- 
itor anil publisher. 

NASHVILLE, Southern Son ; monthly ; tem- 
perance; forty pages octavo; subscription 
62; established 1837; Prof. George S. Blackie, 
M. D., editor; W. II. F. Ligon, publisher; 
claims 450 circulation. 

PARIS, Intelligencer ; Saturdays ; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 25x38; subscription $2 50; 
established 1866; W. B. Porter, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

PHILADELPHIA, Union Pilot ; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 23x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1868; A. G. Carden, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

PULASKI, Citizen ; Fridays ; democratic  
four pages; size 24x34; subscription $3; estab 
lished 1855; L. W. McCord, editor and publish 
er; claims 1,550 circulation. 

SHELBWILLE, American Union ; Fri 
days ; democratic; four pages; size 24x34; 
subscription $2; established 1865; Laird & 
Russell, editors and publishers. 

SHELBYVILLE Bepublican; Fridays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x34; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; James Buss, editor 
and publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 

SHELBWILLE Rescue; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$2; established 1867; B. C. Buss, editor and 
publisher. 

SOMERVILLE, Falcon; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x28; subscription 
$3; established 1868; S. G. Sparks, editor and 
publisher. 

SPRLVGFIELB, Robertson Register; Thurs- 
days ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1866; M. V.Ingram, 
editor and publisher. 

SWEETWATER Forerunner ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 20x30; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1867; Fry & Fisher, editors 
and publishers. 

TREATOiV Gazette; Saturdays; democratic: 
four pases; size 28x42: subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1865; P. T. & J. H. Glass, editors 
and publishers; claims 600 circulation. 

UNION CITY Herald; Saturdays: democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 24x36: subscription $2 50; 
established 1*68 ; I). A. & D. W. Chambers, 
editors and publishers; claims 500 circulation. 



TEXAS. 



ANDEBSON, Texas Gladiator ; Saturdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 22x31; subscrip- 



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tion$2; established 1868; Geo. M. .Shipper, ed- 
itor and publisher, 

AUSTIN Republican; every morning except 
Sunday, ana Weeltly; republican ; fourpages ; 
Bize— daily 18x24; established I868j A. F. Lang- 
ley, editor; A. F. Langley .t Co., publishers. 

AUSTIN, State Gazette; tri- wee kly ; Mon- 
days, Wednesdays ami Fridays, and Weekly, 
Saturdays; democratic; fourpages; size — tri- 
weekly 22x29, weekly 28x42; subscription — 
tri-weekly $6, weekly $3; established 1S40; 
Robert Josselyn, editor; Walker & Lane, pub- 
lishers. 

BASTROP Advertiser ; weekly; democratic; 
lour pages; established 1854; W. J. Cain, edit- 
or and publisher. 

BONHAM, Texas News; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; tour pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1805; W. II. Evans, editor; W. 
T. Gass, Jr., publisher: claims coo circulation. 

BRE^HAH Inquirer'; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 20x38; subscription $3; 
established 1853; D. H. Rankin, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 

BRE.XIIAM, Southern Banner; weekly- 
democratic; established 1805; D. L. McGary, 
editor and publisher. 

BROWNSVILLE Ranchero ; every day ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x30; subscription — 
daily $20, weekly $4: established 1866; H. A. 
Ma ltby , editor; Maltbv & Kenny, publishers. 

BROWNSVILLE Sentinel; semi-weekly and 
Weekly ; democratic; James Dougherty, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

BRI'AX, IVews Letter ; Saturdays: democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 21x21); subscription $2; 
established 1867; "W. Lambdin, editor; Lamb- 
din & Bowman, publishers; claims 500 circu- 
lation. 

CENTREVILLE, Conservative; (no report.) 

CLARKSVIIiLE Standard; Saturdays; 
democratic; fourpages: size 2tx36; subscrip- 
tion $3 50; established 1841; Charles DeMorse, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

COHIJIBIS, Colorado Citizen; Thursdays; 
independent ; four pasres ; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion S3; established 18(59; Fred. Barnard, edit- 
or: Ben. Baker, publisher. 

COLUMBUS Times; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $3; es- 
tablished 1807; James M. Daniels, editor and 
publisher. 

CORPUS CHRISTI Advertiser; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 23x34 ; subscrip- 
tion $4; established 1800; W. II. Maltby, editor 
and publisher. 

CORSICAIVA, Observer; Fridays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1866; R. A. Van Horn, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 500 circulation. 

CORSICAIVA, Trinity Advocate; (no report.) 

CROCKETT Sentinel ; Tuesdays ; democrat- 
ic; fourpages; size 28xt2; subscription $2 50; 
established 1866; Andrew D. Elam, editor; 
Leaverton & Hall, publishers; claims 500 cir- 
culation. 

DALLAS Herald; Saturdays; democratic; 
fourpages; size 26x39; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1848; John W. Swindells, editor and 
publisher. 
DENTON Monitor; weekly; democratic; T. 
R. Burnett, editor and publisher. 

GALVESTON, Civilian ; every evening; Tri- 
weekly, and Weekly ; democratic ; daily 
tour pages; size— dairy 24x34; subscription— 
daily $16, tri-weekly $10, weekly $4; estab- 
lished—daily 1838; II. Stuart, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
G A LVESTON, Dispatch ; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and Semi-Weekly, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays; neutral; dally four 
pages, semi-weekly eight pages; size— daily 
24x34, semi-weekly 24x38; subscription— daily 
$12 50; established 1868; Ilenrv J. Lubatt, ed- 
itor; Press Association, publishers. 

GALVESTON, Flake's Bulletin; every 
morning and evening; Semi-Weekly, and 
Weekly, Saturdays; republican ; eight pages; 
size 28x42; subscription— daily $14, semi-wcek- 



TEXA8. 



ly $5, weekly $8; established 1865; F. Flake, 
publisher. 

GALVESTON, News ; every morning and 
evening except Sunday evening and Monday 
morning; Tri-Weekiy, Mondays Wednes- 
days and Fridays, and Weekly, Mondays; 
democratic; daily and tri-weekly four pages, 
weekly twelve pages; size— daily and tri- 
weekly 26x38, weekly size of page 16x22; sub- 
scription— daily $16, tri-weekly $12, weekly $5; 
established — daily and tri-weekly 1 s 42 , weekly 
1844; J. E. Carnes and W. Richardson, editors; 
W. Richardson iV A. II. Rclo, proprietors. 

GALVESTON, Union ; tri-weekly, and Week- 
ly, German; eight pages; subscription — tri- 
weekly $10, weekly $5; F. Flake, editor and 
publisher. 

GALVESTON, Texas Christian Advocate; 
Thursdays ; methodist ; eight pages ; size 20x38; 
subscription $3; established 1858; J.G.John, 
editor; Shaw & Blaylock, publishers; circula- 
tion about l.ooo. 

GEORGETOWN Watchman; Saturdays; 
neutral; four pages; size 23x30; subscription 
$2 50; established 1807; Makemson & Foster, 
editors and publishers; claims 800 circulation. 

GILMER Sentinel ; Saturdays; democratic; 
fourpages; size 20x37; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1808; H. M. Lawson, editor; J. T. B. 
Cowsar, publisher. 

GOLIAD Guard ; Saturdays ; neutral ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription S3; established 
1856; R. W. Davis, editor; J. K. Holliday, pub- 
lisher. 

GONZALES Inquirer ; Saturdays ; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 24x30; subscription $3; 
established 1854; S. W. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

GREENVILLE Independent ; (no report.) 

GREENVILLE Vindicator ; (no report. ) 

HALLETTSVILLE Spectator; (no report ) 

HEMPSTEAD, Texas Countryman ; Wed- 
nesdays: democratic; four pages; size 24x30; 
subscription $3; established 1800; Elliott & 
Beman, editors and publishers; claims 500 
circulation. 

HENDERSON Times ; Wednesdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 20x38; subscription 
$2; established 1859; J. M. Dodson & Co., ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 800 circulation. 

HENDERSON, Texas Parmer; monthly; 
agricultural; sixteen pages; subscription $2; 
established 1808; W. K. Marshall and J. M. 
Dodson, editors and publishers. 

HOUSTON Telegraph ; every morning ex- 
cept Monday; Tri- Weekly, "Mondays, Wed- 
nesdays and Fridays, and 'Weekly, Thurs- 
days; democratic; daily and tri-weekly four 
pages, weekly eight pages; size— daily and 
tri-weekly 28x42; weekly 32x44; subscription — 
daily $16, tri-weekly $9, weekly $3; estab- 
lished 1834; W. G. Webb, editor and publisher. 

HOUSTON Times ; every morning except 
Monday, and Semi-Weekly, "Wednesdays 
and Saturdays ; democratic ; daily four pages, 
semi-weekly eight pages; size— daily 26x38, 
semi-weekly 28x42; subscription — daily $12, 
semi-weekly $5; established 1808; S. Kinney & 
Clandon, editors and publishers. 

HOUSTON Union ; tri-weekly ; Mondays, Wed- 
nesdays and Fridays; republican : fourpages; 
size 21x28; subscription $8 ; established 1869; 
Tracy & Quick, editors and publishers. 

HOUSTON, Texas Baptist Herald; Wednes- 
days: baptist; fourpages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1800; J. B. Link, editor and 
publisher. 

HUNTSVILLE Times ; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $3; 
established 1805; T. S. Caswell, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

HUNTSVILLE, Union Republican ; weekly ; 
republican ; M. II. Goddin and W. II. Howard, 
editors and publishers. 

INWANOLA Bulletin; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic: fourpages; size 24x36; subscription $3: 
established 1807; C. A. Ogsbury, editor and 
publisher. 

JEFFERSON Jimplicute ; semi-weekly: 
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pages; size 24x36; subscription $6; established 
1865; Ward Taylor, Jr., & W. T. C. Campbell, 
editors. 

JEFFERSON Times; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 29x43; subscription $3; 
established 1867; R. W. Loughery, & A. D. Mc- 
Cutchan, editors and publishers. 

JEFFEKSON, Ultra Ku Klux; weekly ; dem- 
ocratic; R. R. Haynes & Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. 

KAUFMAN, Texas Star; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x29; subscription 
$2; established 18 55; R. A. Hindman, editor 
and publisher; claims 300 circulation. 

LA GRANGE Sew Era ; Fridays ; democrat- 
ic ; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $2 50 ; 
established 1850; E. C. Phelps, editor; N. C. 
Rives, publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

IiA GRA^IOE, State Rights Democrat ; Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1864; Victor W. 
Thompson, editor and publisher. 

LAVACA Commercial ; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x36; subscription 
$3; established 1866; John D. Elliott, editor 
and publisher; claims 400 circulation. 

LIBERTY Gazette; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 18x21; subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished I860; T. J. & L. C. Chambers, editors 
and publishers. 

MARSHALL, Harrison Flag ; Thursdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 28x42; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1856; Wm. G. Barrett, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

MARSHALL, Texas Republican ; Fridays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 29x13; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1849; R. W. Loughery and 
A. D. McCutchan, editors; R. W. Loughery, 
publisher. 

KcKLWEV, Enquirer ; Saturdays demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2 50; established 1866; John H. Bingham, ed- 
itor and proprietor; claims 1,100 circulation. 

McKINNEY Messenger; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; established 
1855; James W. Thomas, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MT. PLEASANT, Texas Press; Saturdays; 
democratic ; four pages ; size 24x34 ; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1867; S. P. Adams & 
Bart. Jennings, editors and publishers; claims 
700 circulation. 

JfACODOCHES Chronicle ; (no report.) 

NAVASOTA, Texas Ranger; Mondays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 26x38; subscription 
$3; established 1819; J. Lancaster, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 

NEW BRAUNFELS, New Braunfelser 
Zeitung ; Fridays ; German ; democratic ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $3; established 
1852; Ferdinand J. Lindheimer, editor and 
publisher; claims 600 circulation. 

PARIS, Texas Vindicator ; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 21x36; subscription $3; 
established 1867; R. Peterson, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

PARIS Press; weekly; democratic; Lewis & 
Hilliard, editors and "publishers. 

PILOT POINT, Vedette; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription 
$2 50; established 1868; V. Reinhardt, editor 
and publisher. 

QUITMAN Clarion; weekly; conservative; 
D. C. Williams & Co., editors and publishers. 

RICHMOND, Brazos Signal ; weekly ; con- 
servative; Edward Bailey, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

RUSK, Texas Observer; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 26x38 ; subscription $5 ; 
established 1885; D. A. Veitcb & S. B. Barron, 
editors; A. Jackson, publisher; claims 500 cir- 
culation. 

ST. MARYS, Vaguero ; weekly; democratic; 
Bailv & Beeman, editors and publishers. 

SAN ANTONIO Express ; every day except 
Monday, and Weefoly, Thursdays; republi- 
can; daily four pages, weekly eight pages; 
size — daily 21x28, weekly 2Sx42 ;' subscription- 
daily $16," weekly $5; established 1866; A. 
Siemering, editor and publisher. 



TEXAS. 



SAN ANTONIO Herald ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size— daily 23x33, weekly 
29x42 ; subscription — daily $16; weekly $5; es- 
tablished 1854; J. D. Logan & Co., editors and 
publishers; claims daily 500, weekly 1,200 cir- 
culation. 

SAN ANTONIO, Texas Free Press ; Satu u 
days; German; republican : eight pages ; size 
28x42; established 1865; A. Siemering & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

SEGUIN, Journal; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pages ; size 22x32 ; subscription $3 ; estab- 
lished 1867; Wright & Brother, editors and 
pub ishers. 

SHERMAN Courier ; Saturdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 23x36; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1867; Hare & Dickerman, editors and 
publishers. 

STARR'S ACADEMY', Intelligencer ; week- 
ly; republican; Jasper Starr, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

SULPHUR SPRINGS Gazette; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1865; Wm. K. Wortbam, 
editor; W. R. Hallum, publisher; claims 1,200 
circulation. 

TYLER, National Index ; Saturdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 28x40; subscription $3; 
established 1866; S. D. Wood, editor; S. D. 
Wood & Co., proprietors; claims 800 cicula- 
tion. 

TYLER Reporter ; Wednesdays ; democratic. ; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription 85; estab- 
lished 1854; James P. Douglas and H.V. Hamil- 
ton, editors and publishers; claims 1,000 circu- 
lation. 

VICTORIA Advocate; Fridays; democratic: 
fourpa<4es; subscription $3 ; established 1818; 
S. A. White, editor and publisher; claims 1,000 
circulation. 

WACO Examiner ; semi-weekly ; Tuesdays and 
Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $5 ; established 18(57 ; J. W. Downs, 
editor; Downs & Hicks, publishers. 

WACO, Register; semi-weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays, and Weekly, Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription — 
semi-weekly $5, weekly $3 50; established 
1865; W. R. "Chase, editor; Chase & Golledge, 
publishers. 

WAXAHACHIEArgxis; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 26x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; Frank Tempi eton, editor and pub- 
lisher: claims 700 circulation. 

WEATHERFORD, Times; Wednesdays; 
neutral; four pages; size 26x36; subscription 
$2 50; established 1868; R. W. Duke, editor 
and publisher. 



VERMONT. 



BARTON, Orleans Independent Standard ; 

Fridays; republican; four pages; size 28x42; 
subscription $2; established 1856; A. A. Earle, 
editor and publisher: claims 1,500 circulation. 

BELLOWS FALLS Times ; Fridays ; republi- 
can ; four pages ; size 25x38 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1856; A. N. Swain, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

BENNINGTON Banner; Thursdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 29x42 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1S41; J.J. C. Cook & Son, editors 
and publishers. 

BRADFORD, National Opinion; Fridays: 
republican; four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1866; D. W. Cobb, editor 
and publisher. 

BRATTLEBORO, Vermont Plioenix ; Fri- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 27x42 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1834; Brown, Prouty 
& Co.. editors and publishers. 

BRATTLEBORO, Vermont Record and 
Farmer; Wednesdays ; eight pages ; size 29x41 ; 
subscription $2 50; established 1863; E. P. & A. 
C. Ackerman, editors and publishers; devoted 
to agriculture, literature and temperance; 
claims 5,100 circulation. 

BRATTLEBORO, Household; monthly; 
sixteen pages; size 29x42; subscription $1; 



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established L868; Geo. E. Crowell, editor and 
publisher; devoted to the Interests of the 
American housewife ; circulation about 12,000. 

Bl'RLlA«»TOA Free Press; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size— daily 24x31; weekly 
81x46; subscription — daily $8, weekly £2; es- 
tablished— daily 1848, weekly 1832; (;. (;. Bene- 
dict, editor; G. G. & B. L. Benedict, publish- 
ers; the daily issue of Saturday is a double 
she.! . 

BriUJ.\GTO> T Times ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly. Sal unlays ; republican ; 
four pages; size— daily 24x36, weekly 26x40; 
subscription—daily $8, weekly$2j established 
1858; George II. Bigelow and Lucius Bigelow, 
editor-: U-eorge II. Bigelow, publisher. 

bfrlia«;toa Sentinel ; Fridays; democrat- 
ic : four pages ; size 273 10 ; subscription $2 : es- 
tablished 1801; Win. W". Eaton, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MA.WIIiLE, A'orth Star; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; tour pages; size 24x35; subscription $2; 
established 1807; N. II. Eaton, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

FAIR HAVET, Peoples Journal; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 29x41 : sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; P. F.Jones, ed- 
itor; II. Seward Grose, publisher. 

IIVDE PARK, Lamville Newsdealer ; Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size 24x30; 
subscription $1 50; established I860; E. B. 
Sawyer^ editor; Sawyer & Carpenter, pub- 
lishers. 

LUDLOW, Black River Gazette; Wednes- 
days; republican; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription 61 50; established 1807; Henry D. 
Foster, editor; Foster & Warner, publishers. 

LY.\BO.\, Vermont Union; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1855; 0. M. Chase, editor and 
publisher. 

MANCHESTER Journal; Tuesdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 20x37; subscription 
$1 r>0; established 1831; C. A. Pierce, editor; 
C. A. Pierce & Co., publishers; claims 1,000 
circulation. 

MIDDLEBUBT Register; Tuesdays: repub- 
lican ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1830; Lyrnan E. Knapp, editor and 
publisher. 

MOATPELIER Journal ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Vermont Watchman and 
State Journal, Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages; size— daily 22x30, weekly 30x14; 
subscription — daily $8, weekly $2; established 
— weekly 1805; J. and J. M. Poland, editors and 
publishers; claims daily 400, weekly 2,100 cir- 
culation. 

MOA'TPELIER Argus and Patriot ; Thurs- 
days; democratic; fourpages; size 29x42; sub- 
scription $2; established — l'atriot 1821, Argus 
1850; Hiram Atkins, editor and publisher; 
claims 3,400 circulation; a daily paper is pub- 
lished from this office during the sitting of 
Legislature. 

MOATPELIER, Christian Repository ; Sat- 
urdays; nniversalist; fourpages; size 25x39; 
subscription $2 50; established 1821; Eli Bal- 
lon. D. 1)., editor and publisher. 

MOA'TPELIER Green Mountain Freeman; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
27x12: subscription $2; established 1841; C. W. 
Willard, editor and publisher. 

MOA'TPELIER Vermont Christian Mes- 
senger; Thursdays; methodist; four pages; 
size 27x12; subscription S2; established 1857; 
Kev. W. D. Malcom, editor; c. \V. Willard, 
publisher; circulation about 2,100. 

AEWBFRY, Aurora of the Valley; Satur- 
days; republican; eight pages; size 33x14; sub- 
scription $3; established 1848; L, J. Mclndoe, 
editor and publisher; claims 1.200 circulation ; 
printed at the office of the Vermont Journal, 
Windsor. 

AEWPORT Express; Tuesdays; republican; 
four paues; size 23x37; subscription §2; estab- 
lished 1865; David M. Camp, editor; Cam]) & 
Cummings, publishers; claims 1,5*'0 circula- 
tion. 



VERMONT. 



poitltaev Bulletin; Thursdays; neutral; 

four pages; size 22x30; subscript ion s2 ; estab- 
lished 1868; Kev..). Newman, l>. D., editor; .J. 
a . Morris, publisher. 

POULTAEY, Rutland Co. Journal; Satur- 
days; republican ; eight pages ; size 363 is : sub- 
scription $2; established 1857; McLean vV Bob- 
bins, editors and publishers; printed at the 
office of the Rutland Independent. 

RICIIFORO, Frontier Sentinel; Thursdays; 
republican; fourpages; size; 25x37: subscrip- 
tion .si 50; established 1866; Josiah B. Bow- 
ditch, editor and publisher. 

RUTLAAW Herald; every morning except 
Sunday, and 'Weekly, Thursdays; republi- 
can; daily four pages, weekly eight pages; 
size — daily 25x37, weekly 37x50; subscription — 
daily $8, weekly 82 50; established — daily 1860, 
weekly 1792; Henry Clark, editor; Tattle & Co., 
publishers; claims daily 1,000, weekly 2,100 cir- 
culation. 

RCTLAA'D Courier; Tuesdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 25x33; subscription si 50; es- 
tablished 1857; John Cain, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

RITLAND Independent; Saturdays; repub- 
lican; eightpages; size 36x48; subscription^; 
established 1866; .McLean & Bobbins, editors 
and publishers. 

SPRINGFIELD, Vermont Journal ; Satur- 
days; republican; eight pages; size 33x44; 
subscription $3; established 1868; L. J. Mcln- 
doe, editor and publisher; printed at the of- 
fice of the Vermont Jim rim), Windsor. 

ST. AJLBAAS Messenger ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size— daily 21x31, weekly 
28x41; subscription— daily $8, weekly §2; es- 
tablished—daily 1861, weekly 1837; W. H. 
Whiting & Albert Clark, editors; E. B. & W. 
H. Whiting, publishers; claims daily 450, 
weekly 1,500 circulation. 

ST. ALBAAS Vermont Transcript ; every 
evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Fri- 
days; republican; four pages; size — daily 
22x31, weekly 28x41: subscription— dailv ss. 
weeklv $2; established— dailv 1868, weekly 
18G4; W. P. Davis, editor and publisher. 

ST. JOHASBFRY Caledonian; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 23x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1837; C. M. Stone, editor; 
Davis & Bradford, publishers. 

VERGEAAES Verinonter ; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x31: subscription $2; 
established 1798; 11. C. Johnson, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 

WEST RANDOLPH, Orange Co. Eagle; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; size 
23x34 ; subscription $2; established 1865; P.P. 
Ripley, editor and publisher; claims 620 circu- 
lation. 

WIADSOR, Vermont Chronicle ; Saturdays; 
congregational; eitjlit pages; size 33x44; sub- 
scription $3; established 1826; Kev. Franklin 
Butler, editor; L. J. Mclndoe, publisher; 
circulation about 2,000; printed at the office 
of the Vermont Journal. 

WIAOSOR, Vermont Journal; Saturdays: 
republican ; eight pages ; size 33x14: subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1844; L. J. Mclndoe, edit- 
or and publisher. 

WOODSTOCK Spirit of the Acre; Thursdays; 
democratic ; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
taon$150; established 1840; Wm.D. McMas- 
ter, editor and publisher; claims 700 circula- 
tion . 

WOODSTOCK, Vermont Standard; Thurs- 
days; republican: fourpages; size 27x37; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1853; Luther O. 
Greene, editor and publisher; claims 1,300 
circulation. 

VIRGINIA. 

ABlACiOOA Virginian ; Fridays; democratic; 
lbur pages; size 24x38; subscription $3; estab- 
lished 1831 : Coale & Barr, editors and publish- 
ers ; claims 1,600 circulation. 

ALEXANDRIA Gazette; every day except 
Sunday, and Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, Thurs- 



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days and Saturdays; four pages; size 24x34; 
subscription— daily $8, tri-weekly $0; Edgar 
Snowden, editor and publisher. 

ALEXASDBIA, Commercial Advertiser ; 
Saturdays; democratic; eight pages; size 
24x30; subscription $1; established 1807; A.J. 
Wedderburn, editor and publisher; claims 900 
circulation. 

ALEXANDRIA, Southern Churchman ; 
Thursdays; episcopal; four pages; size 25x30; 
subscription $4; established 1834; circulation 
about 2,000. 

ALEXANDRIA, Academy Journal ; {no re- 
port.) 

BEKBYVILLE, Clarke Journal; Fridays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x31; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 1800; John L. Morgan, 
editor and publisher. 

BRISTOL News; Fridays; democratic; four 
pages; size 24x30; subscription $2 50; estab- 
lished 1865; J. C. & E. Fowler, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

CHAKLESTOWX, Spirit of Jefferson ; Tues- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 20x40; sub- 
scription $3; established 1818; Benj. F. Beall, 
editor and publisher. 

CHARLOTTESVILLE Chronicle ; triweek- 
ly; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 22x30; subscription 
$5; established 18 55; Taylor & Foster, editors 
and publishers. 

CHRISTIANSBCRG, Southwest; Saturdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 23x33; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1807; Joseph M. Gardner, 
editor and publisher; claims 1.000 circulation. 

CLARK SVILLE, Tobacco Plant and <{ui<8 
Nunc; Fridays; democratic: four pases; size 
21x34; subscription $2; established 1853 ; Win. 
Townes Boyd, editor and publisher; claims 
000 circulation. 

COVINGTON Times ; Thursdays ; democratic ; 
four pages; size 20x39; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1807; William Skeene, editor; J. K. 
Crockwell & Co., publishers; printed at the 
office of the Valley Virginian. Staunton. 

CULPEPPER Observer ; Fridays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 24x34; subscription $3; 
established 1851; Alfred F. Stofer, editor and 
publisher. 

DANVILLE Register; semi-weekly, Tues- 
days and Fridays, and Weekly, Thursdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 23x33; subscrip- 
tion—semi-weekly $4, weekly $2 50; establish- 
ed 1805; Abner Anderson, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

DANVILLE Times; semi-weekly; Wednes- 
days and Saturdays; democratic; 'four pages; 
size 23x33 ; subscription $3 50 ; established 1805 ; 
P. Bouldin, editor and publisher. 

PARMVILLE, News; Thursdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $2 50; 
established 1854; K. A. Booker, editor and 
publisher. 

FINCASTLE Herald; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 23x33; subscription $2 50 ; es- 
tablished 18)0; James & Houston, editors and 
publishers; claims 150 circulation. 

FREDERICKSBURG Ledger ; semi-weekly ; 
Tuesdays and Fridays; four pages; size 23x33; 
subscription $5; established 1805; J. B. Sener, 
editor and publisher. 

FREDERICKSBURG Mews; semi-weekly ; 
Mondays and Thursdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 23x34; subscription $5; established 
1850; A. Alexander Little, editor and publisher. 

FREDERICKSBURG, Virginia Herald ; 
semi-weekly ; Mondays and Thursdays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscription 
$5; established 1780; J. H. Kelly, editor and 
publisher. 

HARRISONBURG, Old Commonwealth ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; tour pages; size 
25x38; subscription $2 50; established 1805; 
Cushen & Gatewood, editors and publishers ; 
claims 900 circulation. 

HARRISONBURG, Rockingham Regis- 
ter ; Thursdays ; democratic ; four pages ; size 
24x38; subscription $2 50; established 1821 : J. 
H.Wartman & Co., editors and publishers; 
claims 2,500 circulation. 



LEESBURG, Mirror; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $2; 
established 1850; Benjamin F. Sheetz, editor 
and publisher. 

LEESBURG, Washingtonian; Fridays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 29x40; subscription 
$2 ; established 1808 ; Win . B. Lynch, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,030 circulation. 

LEXIXGTOX, Gazette; Wednesdays; four 
pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1800; Lafferty & Co., editors and publishers. 

LIBERTY, "Bedford Chronicle ; Fridays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 23x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1807; M. Davis, editor and 
publisher. 

LIBERT V, Bedford Sentinel ; Fridays; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 23x31; subscription 
$2; established 1807; W. W. Berry, editor; M. 
Davis, publisher. 

LURAV, Page Valley Courier ; Fridays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$2 50; established 1807; F. M. Perry, editor and 
publisher. 

LYNCHBURG News ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Tri-Weekly, Mondays, Wednes- 
days and Fridays; democratic; four pages; 
size 24x38; subscription — daily 87, tri-weekly 
$5; established 1800; R. E. Withers, editor; A. 
Waddill & Co., publishers ; claims daily 2,000, 
tri-weekly 1.500 circulation. 

LYNCHBURG, Republican ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Tri- Weekly, Wednes- 
days, Fridays and Sundays; democratic; 
four pages; size 23x32; subscription — dailv 
§7, tri-weekly $5; established 1840; Foster, 
Hardwicke & Morgan, editors and publishers. 

LYNCHBURG Virginian ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Tri-Weekly, Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays; democratic; four- 
pages; size 24x30; subscription — daily $7, 
weekly $5; established 1808; Charles W. But- 
ton, editor and publisher. 

LYNCHBURG, Virginia Advertiser; Fri- 
days; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
50 cents; established 1807; A. D. Robertson 
& Co., editors and publishers; claims 4.000 cir- 
culation ; printed as an advertising medium. 

LYNCHBURG, Piedmont Intelligencer; 
semi-monthly; independent; four pages; size 
23x33; subscription $2 50; established 1808; 
E. C. Randolph, editor and publisher. 

MARION Record ; Tuesdays; republican ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $2 ; established 
1800; John P. Wright, editor; J. P. Wright & 
Co., publishers. 

NEW MARKET, Shenandoah Valley ; Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages ; size 28x38; sub- 
scription $2; established 1847; George R. Cal- 
vert, editor; llenkel & Calvert, publishers; 
claims 480 circulation. 

NORFOLK Day Book; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday; Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, Thurs- 
days and Saturdays, and Weekly, Thursdays ; 
independent ; four pages ; size 23x33 ; subscrip- 
tion—daily $5, tri-weekly $3, weeklv $1; es- 
tablished 1857 ; John R. Hathaway, editor and 
publisher; claims daily 2,000, 'weekly 1,500 
circulation. 

NORFOLK Journal ; every morning except 
Sunday; Tri-Weekly, Mondays. Wednes- 
days and Fridays, and Weekly, Thursdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 25x30; subscrip- 
tion—daily $7, tri-weekly $4, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 1805"; Norfolk Printing House Co., editors 
and publishers. 

NORFOLK Virginian; every morning except 
Sunday; democratic; four pages; size 23x32; 
subscription $5; established 1803; Jas. Barron 
Hope, editor; S. Hodges & Co., publishers. 

ORANGE COURT HOUSE, Native Virgin- 
ian ; Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 
24x34 ; subscription $3 ; established 1807 ; Bagby 
& Stofer, editors and publishers; claims 050 
circulation. 

PEARISBURG Gazette ; Mondays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 21x28; subscription $2; 
established 1860; John Sower, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

PETERSBURG Express ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; demo- 



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cratie; four pages; size 24x38; subscription- 
daily (5, weekly $2; established— daily 1851, 
weekly 1867; Holt Wilson, editor; T. Jefferson 
Clark & <'<>., publishers. 
PKTKKSBIK« Index; every montingexecpt 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; democrat- 
ic; fourpages; size — daily 26x37; weekly28x42; 

Subscription— daily SO, weekly $2; established 

1865; William E. Cameron, editor-in-chief; 
Cameron, Syk es & <'<>., publishers. 

PETERSBURG Times; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Saturdays ; repub- 
lican; fourpages; size 23x33; subscription $2; 
established 1868 ;Jas. P. Prince, editor-in-chitef; 
Times Publishing Association, publishers. 

PORTSMDl'TIt Gazette; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 20x28; subscription $1; established 
1868; K. C. Rodman, editor and publisher. 

PORTSMOUTH, Sunday Courier; Sundays; 
independent; fourpages; size 26x10; subscrip- 
tion $2 50 ; established 180!); Robert M. Furman, 
editor and publisher. 

RICHMOND Dispatch ; every morning except 
Sunday; Tri-Weekly, and Weekly; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size— daily 23x33; sub- 
scription—daily $6, semi-weekly $4, weekly 
$2; established 1834; Cowardin & Ellison, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

BH'HMOS!) Enquirer and Examiner; ev- 
ery morning except Sunday ; Semi-Weekly, 
Tuesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, Thurs- 
days; independent; "four pages; size— daily 
23x33, semi-weekly and weekly 20x38 ; subscrip- 
tion—daily $6, semi-weekly $4, weekly $2; es- 
tablished "1804; W. B. Coleman, editor-in-chief; 
O. Bailey, business manager; claims — daily 
4,000, semi-weekly 2,300, weekly 1,000 circula- 
tion. 

RICHMOND Evening News ; every evening 
except Sunday; independent; foiir pages; 
size 18x24; subscription $2 50; established 
1808; W. II. Wade, editor; W. II. Wade & Co., 
publishers; claims 5,000 circulation. 

RICHMOND, State Journal ; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly ; republican; 
daily fourpages; size— daily 23x33; subscrip- 
tion—daily Si;, weekly $2; established 1808; 
Whittlesey & Cillis, editors and publishers. 

RICHMOND Whig; every morning except 
Sunday ; Semi- Weekly, and Weekly, Wed- 
nesdays; fourpages; size— daily 23x33, semi- 
weekly and weekly 20x38; subscription — daily 
$8, semi-weekly $5, weekly $2; Mosely & 
Shields, editors and publishers. 

RICIIMOXl), Central Presbyterian; Wed- 
nesdays; presbyterian ; fourpages; size 26x40; 
subscription $3; established 1858; Rev. Wm. 
Brown, D. D., editor and publisher; claims 
3,300 circulation. 

RICHMOND Christian Advocate; Thurs- 
days; methodist; fourpages; size 20x38; sub- 
scription $3; established 1832; W. W. Bennett, 
editor and publisher. 

RICHMOND, Christian Observer ; Thurs- 
days ; presbyterian; fourpages; size 28x43; 
subscription $3 ; established 1813; Rev. A. & T. 
B.Converse, editors and publishers; claims 
6.000 circulation. 

RICHMOND, Literary Pastime ; Saturdays: 
literary; eight pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$3; established 1868; A. F. Crutchfleld, editor 
and publisher; claims 2,250 circulation. 

RICH.HO.XI>, Sew Nation; Fridays; republi- 
can: fourpages; size 23x33; subscription $3; 
established 1865; J. W. Hunnicutt, editor and 
pu blis her. 

RICHMOND, Religions Herald ; Thursdays; 
baptist; four pages; size 28x40; subscription 
$3 50; established 1825; Jeter & Dickinson, ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 5,000 circula- 
tion. 

RICHMOND, Children's Friend; semi- 
monthly and Monthly; fourpages; size 15x20; 
subscription — semi-monthly 50 cents, monthly 
25 cents: established 1665; Rev. E. T. Baird, D. 
D., editor; Presbyterian Committee of Publi- 
cation, publishers. 

RICHMOND, Farmer's Gazette and ludiis- 
trial Index; monthly; agricultural; thirty- 
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1808; S. Basset! French, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,000 circulal Ion. 

RICHMOND, Medical Journal; (see Lou- 
isville, Kv.) 

RICHMOND, Seminary Magazine ; month- 
ly; sixty-four pages octavo; subscription 

si ."ill; established 1868; M.W. 1 lazlewood, ed- 
itor and publisher; devoted to literature and 
education. 

RICHMOND, Southern Planter nnd Farm- 
er ; monthly ; seventy pages octavo; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1840; C. B. Williams, edit- 
or and publisher; devoted to agriculture, hor- w 
ticulture, &<■.; circulation about 3,000. 

RICHMOND, Traveller's Guide; monthly; 
four pages; size 17x23; established 1867; J. S. 
Hays, editor and publisher; an advertising 
sheet with gratuitous circulation. 

SALEM, Roanoke Times ; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pajjjes; size 24x34; subscription 
$2 50; established 1800; W. K. Hubbcrt and K. 
A. McCauly, editors and publishers. 

SCOTTSVILLE Register ; Saturdays ; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 23x33; subscription 
$3; established 1862; J. L. Brady, editor and 
publisher. 

SINGERS GLEN, Musical Advocate and 
Singer's Friend ; monthly; thirty -two pages 
octavo; subscription $1 25; established 16o5 ; 
Kieffer & Rohr, editors and publishers. 

STAUNTON Spectator; Tuesdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 20x40; subscription $3; 
established 1823; Richard Mauzy & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers. 

STAUNTON Vindicator ; Fridays ; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 24x38; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1845; W. H. H. Lynn, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

STAUNTON Valley Virginian ; Wednesdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 23x40 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1805; A. M. Garber, Jr., 
editor; J. R. Crockwell, publisher. 

STAUNTON, Lutheran Visitor ; (ho report.) 

SUFFOLK, Christian Sun; Fridays; chris- 
tian; four pages; size 23x33; subscription $3; 
established 1843; Rev. W. B. Wellons, editor 
and publisher; claims 980 circulation. 

WAKRENTON True Index; Saturdays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1865; Finks & Caldwell, 
editors and publishers; claims 5,000 circula- 
tion. 

WARRENTON, Virginia Sentinel ; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1857; Cannon & Mead, 
editors and publishers ; claims B50 circulal ion. 

WILLIAMSBURG, Virginia Gazette; Wed- 
nesdays ; independent ; four pages ; E. II. Live- 
ly, editor; R. A. Lively, publisher. 

WINCHESTER Journal; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2 50; established 1805; A. M. Crane, editor 
and publisher. 

WINCHESTER News; Fridays: democratic ; 
fourpages; size 25x38; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished 1805; Henry & Kurtz, editors and 
publishers, 

WINCHESTER Times; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2 50; established 1805; Hunter & Beall, editors 
and publishers. 

WOODSTOCK, Shenandoah Herald ; Thurs- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 26x38; sub- 
scription $250; established 1866; Gatewood & 
Trout, editors and publishers. 

WYTHEVILLE Dispatch; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size '21.x 14; subscription 
$2 50; established 1802; D.A.St. Clair, editor 
and publisher. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



BERKLEY SPRINGS Mercury ; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 22x28; subscription 
$2; established 1809; C. II. Hodgson, editor 
and publisher. 

BETHANY, Millennial Harhinger ; (no re- 
port.) 

BCCItnANNON, News and Advertiser; 
Wednesdays; republican; four pages; siz; 



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23x35; subscription §1 50; established' 1868; J. 
W. R. Mathers, M. 1)., editor; J. R. Grove, pub- 
lisher. 

BUFFALO Independent; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size -22x32; subscription 
$2; established 1800; O. G. Chase, editor aud 
publisher. 

CHARLESTON, Kanawa Republican; Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1842; .J.S.Merrill, 
editor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

CHARLESTON, West Virginia Journal ; 

' Wednesdays; republican; tour pages; size 

24x36; subscription 82; established 1804 : S. S. 

& E. T. Moore, editors and publishers; claims 

650 circulation. 

CLARKSBURG Conservative ; Saturdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion $2 50; established 18r;o; Wm. P. Cooper, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

CLARKSBURG, National Telegraph ; Fri- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x38; sub- 
scription $2; established 1801; R. S. Northeott, 
editor and publisher; claims 1,000 circula- 
tion. 

ELIZABETH, Wirt Co. Democrat ; Satur- 
days; democratic.; four pases; size 22x 12; sub- 
scription $2; established 1805; Williams & Gor- 
don, editors and publishers. 

FAIRMOUNT, West Virginian ; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x38; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1808; Rook & Shinn, edit- 
ors anil publishers. 

HARRISVILLE, West Virginia Star; Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 25x38; 
subscription $2; established 1800; Charles F. 
Scott, editor and publisher. 

HOLLIOAY'S COVE, Little Joker ; month- 
ly; eight pages; size 16x23; subscription 25 
cents; established 1807. 

KINGWOOB, Preston Co. Journal ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 24x37 ; sub- 
scription S2; established 1866; Levi Klauser, 
editor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

LEWISBURG Times; Wednesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 23x33; subscription 82; 
established 18S5; Dr. Wm, A. Syme, editor; 
Syme & Lig gett , publishers. 

MARTINSBURG, Berkeley Union ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1805; Wisner & 
Price, editors and publishers. 

MARTINSBURG, New Era; Thursdays ; dem- 
ocratic . ; eight pages ; size 28x40; subscription 
$3; established 1805; Shaffer & Logan, editors 
and publishers; claims 1,400 circulation. 

MOOKEFIELD Advertiser ; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 23x34; subscription $2; 
established 1806; Maupin & Parsons, editors 
and publishers. 

MORGANTOWN, Constitution ; Saturdays ; 
democratic ; four pases ; size 25x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1808; E. Shisler, editor and 
publisher. 

MORGANTOWN, Post; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pases; size 25x32; subscription $2; 
established 1804; Morgan & Hoffman, editors 
and publishers. 

MOUNDS VI LLE, National; Thursdays; re- 
publican : four pages : size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1860; Moses W. Cannon, editor 
and publisher. 

NEW CREEK, Mineral Co. Gazette ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1804; Welch, Rey- 
nolds & Barrick, editors and publishers. 

PARKERSBURG Times ; every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly , Thursdays ; repub- 
lican ; four* pages ; size — daily 24x34, weekly 
24x38; subscription — daily $7", weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1805; Times Printing Co., editors 
and publishers. 

PHILIPPI Old Flag; Saturdays; republican; 
four pases; size 24x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1868; H. A. G. Ziegler, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

POINT PLEASANT, Mason Co. Journal ; 
Wednesdays; democratic; four pases; size 
24x34; subscription $2; established I860; H. R. 
Howard, editor and publisher. 



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POINT PLEASANT, Register; Thursdays; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion 82; established 1802; George W. Tippett, 
editor and publisher; claims 700 circulation. 

RAVENSWOOB Press; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; 
established 1808; S. R. Clotts, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

RAVENSWOOB, West Virginia News ; (no 
report.) 

ROMNEY, South Branch Intelligencer; 
Fridays; democratic; four pages; size 22x38; 
subscription $2 50; established 1830; Wm. 
Harper, editor and publisher. 

SHEPHEROSTOWN Register ; Saturdays , 
neutral; four pages; size 26x38; subscription 
$2 50; established 1848; John H. Zittle, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 

UNION, Monroe Republican ; Wednesdays; 
republican ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1867; Ballard & Hum- 
phreys, editors and publishers. 

WELLSBURG Herald ; Fridays: republican; 
four pages; size 24x34; subscription 81 50; es- 
tablished 1846; J. G. Jacob, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WELLSBURG, Pan-Handle News; Fri- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 23x32; sub- 
scription 82 : established 1808; Francis C. Glass, 
editor and publisher. 

WESTON, Democrat ; Mondays : democratic ; 
four pages; size 24x31; subscription 82; estab- 
lished 1867; Cozad & Wbffindin, editors and 
publishers; claims 800 circulation. 

WEST UNION Gazette ; Wednesdays ; repub- 
lican: four pases; size 21x30; subscription $2; 
established 1808; J. R. Grove, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WHEELING Intelligencer; every morning 
except Sunday; Tri-Weekly, 'Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Fri- 
days ; republican ; four pages : size 20x38 ; sub- 
scription—daily 87 50, tri-weekly $5, weekly 
$2; established 1852; Frew, Hagans & Hall, 
editors and publishers. 

WHEELING Register ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday ; Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, Thurs- 
days and Saturdays, and Weekly ; democrat- 
ic; daily and tri-weekly four pases, weekly 
eight pages ; size— daily and tri-weekly 28x38, 
weekly 30x42; subscription— daily «8, tri-week- 
ly 84, weekly $2 ; established 1803"; Lewis Baker 
& Co., editors and publishers. 

WHEELING, West Virginischer Courier ; 
Fridays; German; republican; four pages; 
size 21x33; established 1888; Schnauffer & 
Rapp, publishers. 

WHEELING, Our Musical Visitor ; month- 
ly; eight pages; size 18x24: subscription 50 
cents; established 1808; W. H. Sheib, editor 
and publisher. 

WISCONSIN. 

ALMA Weekly Express; Fridays; republican ; 
four pages; size 24x38; subscription $2; Perry 
P. McBride and A. D. Perkins, editors and 
publishers. 

APPLETON Crescent; Saturdays; democrat- 
ic; four pages; size 25x40; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1853; S. Ryan, Jr., editor; Jas. Ryan, 
publisher: claims 1,080 circulation. 

APPLETON Post; Thursdays; republican; 
four pases; size 24x36; subscription 82; estab- 
lished 1858; Reid & Grumley, editors and pub- 
lisher's: claims 800 circulation. 

APPLETON, Lawrence Collegian; month- 
ly; eight pases; size 23x29; subscription $1; 
established 1807; Jas. L. Thwingand C. R. Esta- 
brook, editors; J. L. Buchanan, publisher; 
claims 500 circulation. 

APPLETON Spiritualist; (no report.) 

BAMBOO, Independent; Wednesdays ; dem- 
ocratic: four pases; size 24x36; subscription 
82; Fred. E. Everest, editor and publisher. 

BARABOO Republic ; Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; 
established 1855; Wm. Hill, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

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BEAVER DAM Argus; Saturdays; demo- 
cratic: four pages; size 21x30; subscription $2 ; 
established I860; I). (.'. Growdy, editor; Sher- 
man & Growdy, publishers. 

BEAVER ISAM. Dodge Co. Citizen ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 26x36: sub- 
scription $2; T. Eiuges, editor and publisher. 

BELOIT Free Press and Journal; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 26x40; sub- 
scription $2; established I860'; Chalmers In- 
gersoll, editor and publisher. 

IH'.KI.IA Courant; Thursdays: republican; 
four pages; size 28x44: subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1855; Perry & Arnold, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

BLACK RIVER FALLS, Badsjer State 
Banner; semi-weekly; Wednesdays and Sat- 
urdays; republican; four pages; size 28x44; 
subscription $3; established 1856; Watrous & 
Cooper, editors and publishers. 

BLACK RIVER FALLS, North Western 
Democrat; Wednesdays: democratic; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; established 
18 >8; IT. .r. Hoffman, editor and publisher. 

BOSCOBEL Appeal; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x35; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1866; Appeal Printing Co., editors 
and publishers. 

BRAN 1>EN Times; Saturdays; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription §2; established 1866; 
George M. West, editor and publisher; claims 
500 circulation. 

BBOHHEAl) Independent; Tuesdays; re- 
publican: four jiages; size 24x36; established 
I860; Kimberley A: Tyrrell, editors and pub- 
lishers: claims '.172 circulation. 

BCFFALO CITY Republikaner ; {no report.) 

BCRLINGTON Standard; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; four pages; size 26x36; subscription 
|2; established 18S3; Henry L. Devereux, ed- 
itor and proprietor. 

CAMBRIDGE Gazette ; (no report.) 

CHILTON, Calumet Co. Reflector ; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 18G0; E. N. Sweet, editor 
and publisher. 

CHILTON Times; Saturdays; democratic; 
four pases; size 21x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1857; John P. Hume, editor and pub- 
lisher: claims 600 circulation. 

CHIPPEWA FALLS, Chippewa Union and 
Times; Saturdays; republican; four pages; 
size 26x40; subscription $2; established 1850; 
James M. Brackett, editor and publisher. 

CLINTON Enterprise ; Fridays; republican; 
four liases; size 26x40; subscription $2; estab 
lished 1868; II. Coleman, editor; N. D. Wright, 
publisher: claims 300 circulation. 

COLUMBUS Democrat; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 26x36; subscription 
$2; established 1868; H. D. Bath, editor and 
publisher. 

OttLlMBl'S Republican; Wednesdays; re- 
publican: four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1868; J. R. Decker, editor and 
publisher. 

DARLINGTON, La Fayette Co. Democrnt; 
Fridays; democratic: four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1865; J.G.Knight, 
editor and publisher; claims coo circulation. 

DARLINGTON, La Fayette County Union; 
Wednesdays; republican: four pases; size 
24x36; subscription $2; established 1861 j J.E. 
Duncan, editor and publisher; claims 750 cir- 
culation. 

1)1:l.WA.\ Republican; Thursdays; repub- 
lican: lour pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; 
established 1868; \. D. Wright, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 700 circulation. 

RODGEYTLLE Chronicle; Fridays; republi- 
can: four pages; size 24x36; subscription (2; 
established 1858; W.J. Wrigglesworth. editor 
and publisher: claims 800 circulation. 

DUBAND Times; Fridays: republican; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; established 
186] ; Geo. \ an Waters, editor and publisher. 

LI. U HORN. Walworth Co. Independent; 
Wednesdays; republican: four pages; size 
24X38; subscription^: established 1853; Frank 
Leland, editor ami publisher. 



WISCONSIN. 



ELLSWORTH Herald ; (no report.) 

EVAASVILLE Citizen; Wednesdays ; repub- 
lican; four pases; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1866; J. A. Hoxie, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 400 circulat ion. 

FOND DC LAC Commonwealth ; Wednes- 
days ; republican : four pages; size 26x 10; sub- 
scription $2; established 1853; •). A. smith, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

FOND DC LAC Journal; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pases; size 26x36; subscription 
$2; established 1866; Edward Beeson, editor 
and publisher. 

FOND DC lac, Reform; Saturdays; Ger- 
man; republican; four pages; size 23x33; sub- 
scription $2; established 1865;D. Klintworth, 
editor and publisher; claims 500 circulation. 

FOND DU LAC, Saturday Reporter ; Sat- 
urdays; republican: four pages; size -21x36; 
subscription $2: established 1860; J.J. Beeson, 
editor and publisher: claims 1,128 circulation. 

FOND DC LAC Zeitung; Thursdays; Ger- 
man; democratic: four pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; Theodore Friedlander, editor 
and publisher. 

FOND DC LAC, Northern Farmer ; monthly ; 
agricultural : 10 pases; size 24x38 ; subscription 
$1; established 1802; F. D. Carson, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,700 circulation. 

FORT ATKINSON Herald ; (no report.) 

FORT ATKINSON, Wisconsin Chief; on 
Thursdays; temperance; four pases; size 
17x24; subscription , $1 25 ; established 1852; 
Emma Brown, editor and publisher. 

FOCNTAIN CITY, Buffalo Co. Republi- 
kunci- ; Saturdays; German: republican; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $2 50; estab- 
lished 1861; G. G. Oppliger, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 850 circulation. 

FOX LAKE Representative; Fridays; re- 
publican; four pages; size 24x30; subscription 
$2; established 18-36; John Hotchkiss, editor 
and publisher. 

FRIENDSHIP, Adams Co. Press ; Fridays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x10; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1801; Pierce & Carter, 
editors and publishers. 

GALESVILLE Transcript; [no report.) 

GENEVA, Walworth Co. Independent ; 
Wednesdays: republican; four pases: size 
26x38; subscription $2 ; established 1853; Prank 
Leland, editor and publisher; printed at the 
office of Elkhom Walworth Co. Independent. 

GRAND RAPIDS, "Wood Co. Reporter; 
Thursdays; republican; four pages; size 
22x32; subscription $2; established 1857; Jas. 
E. in graham and H. B. Philler, editors ; Jas. 
E. Ingraham, publisher ; claims 725 circulation. 

GREEN BAY Advocate; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 28x44; subscription 
$2 50; established 1840; CD. Robinson, editor; 
A. C. Robinson, publisher; circulation 1,600; 
a supplement is published from this office 
Saturdays, size 17x24. 

GREEN BAY. Gazette; Saturdays ; republican ; 
eight liases: size 26x40; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1866; Tapley & Follett, editors and 
publisher-. 

HUDSON Star and Times; Wednesdays; re- 
publican ; four p ages; size-isxll; subscription 
$2; established 1854; II. A. Taylor & Co., edit- 
ors and publishers; claims 1,000 circulation. 

JANESVILLE Gazette ; every evening except 
Sunday, Semi-Weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days, and Weekly, Thursdays; republican; 
daily and semi-weekly four pases; weekly 
eight pages; size — daily and tri-weekly 26x36, 
weekly 30x43; subscription— daily 80, semi- 
weekly $4, weekly $2; Thomson, Roberts' & 
Wifcox, editors and publishers. 

JANESVILLE Democrat ; Fridays; demo- 
cratic; four ])ases; size-20xil : subscription $2 ; 
established 1866; E. B. Bolens, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 900 circulation. 

JANESVILLE, North Western Advance ;• 
('see Milwaukee.) 

JANESVILLE, Spiritualist; weekly; spirit- 
ualism; eight pases; size 24x30; established 
1818; Joseph Baker, editor; C. W. Baker, pub- 
lisher; claims about 1,500 circulation. 



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JEFFERSON Banner! Wednesdays; four 
pages; size 21x36; subscription $2 ; established 
I860; W. H. Tousley, editor and publisher. 

KENOSHA Telegraph; Thursdays; republi- 
can ; eight pages ; size 30x42 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1840; Hays McKinley, editor and 
publisher; claims 970 circulation. 

KENOSHA S ii ion ; Thursdays; democratic; 
four pages; size 20x38; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1805; J. W. Webster, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

KEWAt T NEE Enterprise; Wednesdays ; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 23x35 : subscription 
$1 50; established 1859; John M. Read, editor 
and publisher; claims 000 circulation. 

HlLBOl'ES CITY, Wisconsin Mirror ; Wed- 
nesdays; four pages; size 24x30; established 
1808. 

LA CROSSE Democrat ; every day except 
Sunday, and Weekly ; democratic ; four 
pages; subscription — daily $10; established 
1800; M. M. Pomeroy, proprietor; circulation 
about 10,000. 

LA CROSSE Republican ; every day except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size— weekly 35x54; subscrip- 
tion — daily $10, weekly $2; established 1854; 
Seymour & Andrews, editors and publishers. 

I/A CROSSE Faedrelandet og Emigraiiten; 
Thursdays: Norwegian; republican; four 
pages ; size 30x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1804; C. F. Solberg and F. Fleischer, editors; 
F. Fleischer, publisher; claims 7,000 circula- 
tion. 

LA CROSSE, IVord Stern ; Fridays ; republi- 
can ; German ; four pages ; size 27x42 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1850; John Ulrich, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 

LAKE MILLS Dispatch; (no report.) 

LANCASTER, Giant Co. Herald ; Tuesdays ; 
republican; eight pages; size 24x30; subscrip- 
tion $2 , established 1843; J. C. Cover, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,908 circulation. 

MADISON Democrat ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Mondays; democratic; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size — 
daily 21x30, weekly 30x42: subscription — daily 
$10, weekly $2; established 1808; A.E. Gordon, 
editor and publisher. 

MADISON, Wisconsin State Journal ; every 
evening except Sunday, Tri-Weekly, Mon- 
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, 
Tuesdays; republican; daily and tri-weekly 
four pages, weekly eight pages; size — daily 
and tri-weekly 24x30, weekly 32x45; subscrip- 
tion — daily $10, tri-weekly $5, weekly $2; es- 
tablished 1852 ; D. Atwood, H. Rublee and H. M. 
Page, editors: Atwood & Rublee, publishers. 

MADISON, 'Western Farmer ; Saturdays ; 
agricultural; eight pages; size 29x43; sub- 
scription $2; established 1848; W. B. Davis, 
editor and publisher; published simultane- 
ously at Madison and Chicago, 111.; circula- 
tion about 10,000. 

MADISON, Soldiers' Record; Saturdays; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1805; S. W. Martin, ed- 
itor and publisher. 

MANITOWOC, Nord Westen ; Thursdays ; 
German ; democratic ; four pages ; size 24x30 ; 
subscription $2 50; established 1855; Carl H. 
Schmidt, editor and publisher; claims 1,200 
circulation. 

MANITOWOC Demokrat ; (no report.) 

MANITOWOC Pilot; Fridays; democratic; 
four pages; size 24x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1859; J.Crowley and J. M. Read, edit- 
ors ; J. Crowlev, publisher. 

MANITOWOC Tribune ; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 26x40; subscription 
$2; established 1864; Smith, Enert & Lyon, ed- 
itors and publishers; claims 050 circulation. 

MANITOWOC Zeitung; Thursdays; Ger- 
man; republican; four pages; size 28x42: sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1868; Otto Troe- 
mel, editor and publisher. 

MAUSTON Star; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1866 ; John Turner, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,032 circulation. 



WISCONSIN. 



MENOMONIE, Dunn Co. News ; Saturdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1800; S. W r . Hunt, editor; 
Wilson & Messenger, publishers. 

MILWAUKEE Banner and Volks Fi-eund ; 
every morning except Monday, and Weekly, 
Tuesdays ; German ; democratic ; four pages ; 
size — daily 25x37, weekly 31x40; subscription — 
daily $10, weekly $3; established 1844: Moritz 
Schoeffler, editor-in-chief and publisher; 
claims daily 2,500, weekly 6,000 circulation. 

MILWAUKEE, Herold"; every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and 'Weekly, Thursdays ; Ger- 
man; republican; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages; size — daily 26x39, weekly 29x42; 
subscription— daily $10, weekly $3; estab- 
lished isoi ; 13. Domschke, editor; W.W. Cole- 
man, publisher. 

MILWAUKEE News ; every morning except 
Sunday; Semi-Weekly, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days, and Weekly, Wednesdays ; democratic ; 
eight pages; size 30x42; subscription— daily 
$10, semi-weekly $4, weekly $2: established 
1847; Lyon. Paul & Co., editors and publishers. 

MILWAUKEE See-Bote ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and "Weekly, Wednesdays ; Gei - - 
man ; democratic; four pages; size — daily 
25x37, weekly 30x40; subscription— daily $10, 
weekly $3; established 1851 ; P. V. Deuster, ed- 
itor and publisher; daily 2,200, weekly 8,0C0 
circulation. 

MILWAUKEE Sentinel ; every morning and 
evening except Sunday, Tri-Weekly, and 
Weekly, Wednesdays ; republican ; four 
pages; size 30x44; subscription— daily $10, tri- 
weekly $5, weekly $2; established— daily 1815, 
weekly 1839; Jermain & Brightman, editors 
and publishers. 

MILWAUKEE, Evening Wisconsin ; every 
evening except Sunday, Semi-lVeekly and 
Weekly ; republican ; four pages; size 28x44; 
subscription— daily $10, semi-weekly $3, week- 
ly $2; established 1847; Cramer, "Aikens & 
Cramer, editors and publishers. 

MILWAUKEE American Churchman ; 
Thursdays; episcopal; eight pages; size28x40; 
subscription $3; established 1862; Hugh Miller 
Thompson, editor; H. R. Hayden, publisher; 
circulation 4,000. 

MILWAUKEE Journal of Commerce ; Wed- 
nesdays ; commercial ; four pages ; size 24x30; 
subscription $2; established 1866; Elliott & 
Miller, editors and publishers; claims 3,000 
circulation. 

MILWAUKEE Northwestern Advance; Sat- 
urdays ; temperance ; eight pages; size 26x39: 
subscription $2: established 1864; J. M. May, 
editor-in-chief; May, Hicks & Co., publishers; 
issued simultaneously at Milwaukee and 
Janesville. 

MILWAUKEE Christian Worker; semi- 
monthly ; four pages ; size 19x20 ; subscription 
75 cents; established 1868; Rev. E.Wilbur Rice, 
editor-in-chief. 

MILWAUKEE Church Register: monthly; 
thirty-four pages octavo ; established 1867 ; Mil- 
waukee Church Union, publishers. 

MILWAUKEE Index; monthly: methodist; 
twelve pages; size of page 11x16; subscrip- 
tion $1 ; established I860: Rev. S. Fallows, G. A. 
England and H. S. White, editors; Rev. I. L. 
Hauser, publisher. 

MILWAI'HEE, School Monthly ; thirty-two 
pages octavo; subscription $1 50; established 
1867; S. D. Gaylord, managing editor; Milwau- 
kee Teacher's Association, publishers; claims 
800 circulation. 

MINERAL POINT, National Democrat; 
■Wednesdays; democratic; four pages; size 
26x40; subscription $2; established 1866; T. 
Scott Ansley, editor and publisher. 

MINERAL 'POINT Tribune ; Wednesdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1847: Geo. W. Bliss 
and Ed. LT. Bliss, editors; Bliss & Son, pub- 
lishers; claims 720 circulation. 

MONROE Sentinel; Wednesdays ; republican ; 
four pages; size 20x39: subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1851; High & Booth, editors and pub- 
lishers. 



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mscoNSW. 



MONTI'I>I.iO, Marquette Ex press ; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription $1 60; established is">'.i; s. A. Pease, 
editor; Pease & Godell, publishers; claims 500 
circulation. 
NEKNAII AND I»IENASHA, Island City 
Tinies: Saturdays; republican; four pages; 
size 26x40; subscription $2; established 1863; 
.i \. stone, editor and publisher. 
KKILSVILLK, Clark Co. Journal; Thurs- 
days; four pages; size 29x44; subscription $2; 
established 1867; John S. Dore, editorand pub- 
lisher. 
HTEIIiSVlXUE Republican; (no report.) 
NEW LISBON A is;iis ;(/io report.) 
OCOIfOlHOWOC Badger ; Tuesdays; republi- 
can; tour pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1866; E. G. Benjamin, editor and 
publisher; claims 600 circulation. 
OCONTO Lnmbrniinn ; Saturdays; republi- 
can: tour pages; size 25x35; subscription $'2; 
established L864; Joseph W. Hall, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,263 circulation. 
OMTtO Union; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; established 
1866; A. s. Childs and S. H. Cady, editors and 
publishers. 
OSCEOLA, Polk Co. Press; Wednesdays; re- 
publican : four pages; size -21x30: subscription 
$2; established I860; S. 8. Fineld, editor and 
publisher; claims 540 circulation. 
OSHKOSH, Northwestern ; every evening 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; re- 
publican; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages; size— daily 24x34, weekly 29x42; sub- 
scription— daily $7, weekly $2; established- 
daily 1S(!8, weekly I860; Finney & Davis, edit- 
ors and publishers. 
OSIIKOSH, City Tinies; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 27x41; subscription 
$2 ; etablished 1867; G. Hyer and D. W. Fernan- 
dez: editors and publishers; claims 3,540 cir- 
culation. 
OSHKOSH Journal; Saturdays: republican; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 75; es- 
tablished 1808; Rounds & Morlcy, editors and 
publishers. 
OSIIKOSH News; Saturdays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x30; subscription $1; estab- 
lished L868; Finney & Davis, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
PEATTEVIEEE, Grant Co. Witness ; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x30: sub- 
scription $2; established 1848; Martin P. Rind- 
laub, editor and publisher; claims 1,000 circu- 
lation. 
PLOVER Times ; Saturdays : republican ; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1856; II. G. Ingersoll & W. R. Albau, ed- 
itors; II. G. Ingersoll, publisher; claims 000 
circulation. 
PORTAGE, Wisconsin State Register; week- 
ly; republican; four pages: size 27x42: sub- 
scription $2; established 1860;Brannan & Tur- 
ner, editors and publishers. 
PORT WASHINGTON, Ozaukee Co. Ad- 
vertiser; Thursdays; democratic; fourpages; 
size 24x36; subscription $2; established ls. r >4; 
Rohan .S: Mills, e ditors and publishers. 
PRAIRIE DC CHIEN, Courier; Fridays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $2 59; established 1840; Win. D. Merrill, 
editor and publisher. 
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN Union; weekly; re- 
publican : four pages; size 24x30: subscription 
$2; established 1803; Brown & Smethurst, 
editors and publishers; claims 950 circula- 
tion. 
PRESCOTT Journal; Fridays; republican; 
four pages; size 24x30; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1857; Flint & Weber, editors and 
publishers. 
PRIATKTOX Republic ; Thursdays; repub- 
lican; tour pages; size 21x30; subscription 
$2; established 1867j Thomas McConnell, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 4S0 circulation. 
RACIIVE Advocate; Saturdays; republican; 
eight pages; size 30xt2: subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1843; A. C. Sandford, editor and 
publisher. 



RACES B Journal ; Wednesdays; republican; 
four pages; size 27x41; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1852; W'm. L. CJtley & Son, editors 
and publishers; claims 1,500 circulation. 
RACINE, Racine Co. Argus; Thursdays; 
democratic; fourpages; size 26x40; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1888; Wm. lnncs Martin, 
editor and publisher. 
J5H III, WO CENTRE, Richland Co. Re- 
publican; Thursdays; republican; four 
pages; size 20x42; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1854 ; J. II. Waggoner, editor; Waggoner 
& Stevens, publishers ; claims 900 eirculat ion. 
RICH LAN I> CENTRE, Richland Co. Sen- 
tinel; Thursdays; republican; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription $1 50; established 
1808; J. Walworth, editor; Walworth ,t Sat- 
terlee, publishers; claims 500 circulation. 
RIPON Commonwealth ; Fridays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 20x40; subscription $2; 
established 1804; A. T. Glaze, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 900 circulation. 
RIPON, Geo. W. Peck's Representative; 
Thursdays; republican; four pages; size 
21x30; subscription $2; established 1866; Geo. 
W. Peck, editor and publisher. 
RIPON, College ©ays ; (no report.) 
SHARON Mirror; Fridays; four pages; size 
20x40; subscription $2; established 1808; J. G. 
Schaeffer, editor; Sapp & Richardson, pub- 
lishers. 
SHAWANO, Shawano Co. Journal ; Thurs- 
days; republican; fourpages; size 22x32: sub- 
scription $1; established 1800; McCord & Up- 
lmm, editors and publishers. 
SHEBOYGAN Evergreen City Times ; Satur- 
days; republican; four pages; size 24x30; sub- 
scription $2; established 1854; H. North Ross, 
editor and publisher. 
SHEBOYGAN Journal; Thursdays; demo- 
cratic; fourpages; size 27x40; subscription $2; 
established 1800; E. E. Sharpe, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
SHEBOYGAN, National Dcmokrat ; Satur- 
days; German; fourpages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2; established 1858; Carl Zillier, 
editorand publisher. 
SHEBOYGAN, Sheboygan County Herald ; 
Thursdays ; republican ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; 
subscription $2; established 1817; Luther B. 
Noyes. editor and publisher. 
SHEBOYGAN Volksftrennd ; (no report.) 
SHEBOYGAN Zeitung ; (no report.) 
SHUEESBUKG Democrat ; (no report.) 
SPARTA Democrat; Tuesdays: democratic; 
four pages; size 20x40; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1855; W. J. Whipple, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
SPARTA Eagle ; Tuesdays; republican; four 
pages; size 25x38; subscription $2; established 
1861; R. E. Redway, editor and publisher: 
claims 1,100 circulation. 
STEVENS POINT, Wisconsin Pinery ; Sat- 
urdays; democratic; four pages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1853; C. Swayze, 
editor and publisher. 
STOUGHTON Reporter ; Tuesdays : four 
pages; size 24x30; subscription $2 ; established 
1803; Frank Allen, editor and publisher. 
STURGEON BAY, Door County Advocate ; 
Thursdays; republican : fourpages; size 24x36; 
subscription $2; established 1S';2: J. & II. 
Harris, editors and publishers; claims :;s4 cir- 
culation. 
SUN PRAIRIE Ledger; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription $i 50; estab- 
lished 1808; H. S. Ehrman, editor and publisher. 
SUPERIOR Gazette; Saturdays; neutral : four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription s:i; established 
1855; Washington Ashton, editor and pub- 
lisher: claims 570 circulation. 
TOMAH Journal; Saturdays; republican : four 
pages; size 24x30; subscription $2: established 
1867; J. A. Wells, editor; J. A. Wells & Uro., 
publishers. 
TREMPEAUXEAU Record ; (no report.) 
VIROQUA, Vernon Co. Censor ; Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size 20x39; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1850; Priest & Nelson, ed- 
itors and publishers. 



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WISCONSIN. 



WATERTOWN Democrat ; Thursdays; dem- 
ocratic ; four pages ; size 25x37 ; subscription 
$2; established 1854; D. W. Ballou, editor and 
publisher. 

WATEBTOWM Republican ; Wednesdays; 
republican ; four pases ; size 25x37 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1860; Keyes & Coc, editors 
and publishers. 

WATERTOWiV Weltburger; Saturdays ; Ger- 
man ; democratic ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription $2 50; established 1853; 1). Blumen- 
fcld, editor and publisher; claims 1,500 circu- 
lation. 

WAUKESHA Freeman ; Thursdays ; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 26x39; subscription §2; 
established 1859; Reid & Smith, editors and 
publishers. 

WAUKESHA Plaindealer ; Tuesdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscription 
$2; established 1854; A. F. Pratt, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 

WAUPACA Criterion; Wednesdays; repub- 
lican ; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1855; Leslie J. Perry, editor and 
publisher; claims 740 circulation. 

WAUPUN, Prison City Leader ; Thursdays; 
republican; eight pages; size 26x38; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; Oliver & Short, edit- 
ors and publishers ; claims 800 circulation. 

WAUPUiV Times ; Tuesdays; republican ; four 
pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; established 



WISCONSIN. 



1857 ; P. M. Pryor, editor and publisher; claims 
600 circulation. 

WAUSAU, Central Wisconsin; Thursdays; 
republican ; four pases ; gi ze 22x32 ; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1868; Johnson Bros, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

WAUSAU, Wisconsin River Pilot ; Satur- 
days; democratic; four pages; size 22x32; sub- 
scription $2; established 1854 ; Valentine Rin- 
gle, editor and publisher. 

WAUTOMA, Waushara Argus ; Thursdays ; 
republican; four pages; size 24x36: subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1859; R. L. D. Potter, 
editor and publisher. 

WEST BEIYD Democrat ; Tuesdays ; demo- 
cratic ; four pages ; size 24x36 : subscription §2 ; 
established 1848; Paul A. Weil, editor; M. 
Hirsch, publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

WEST BKAI), Washington Co. Banner ; 
Thursdays; German; democratic; four pages; 
size 22x32; subscription $2; established 1868; 
John G. Liver, editor; M. Hirsch, publisher; 
claims 600 circulation. 

WEST EAU CLAIRE Argus; Wednesdays; 
democratic; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $2; established 1866; R. H. Copeland, edit- 
or and publisher; claims 744 circulation. 

■WHITEWATER Register; Fridays; repub- 
lican; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; 
established 1857 ; Rann & Parsons, editors and 
publishers; claims 1,400 circulation. 



TERRITORIES. 



ARIZONA. 



PRISSCOTT Arizonian ; (no report.) 
PRESCOTT, Arizonia Gazette ; (no report.) 
PRESCOTT Arizonia Miner ; (no report.) 
TUCSOIV, Southern Arizonian ; (no report.) 



COLORADO. 



BOULDER Pioneer ; (no report.) * 

CEiVTRAL. CITY, Colorado Herald ; every 
evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Wed- 
nesdays; democratic; four pages; size 24x32; 
subscription — daily $16, weekly $6; Thomas 
J. Campbell, editor and publisher. 

CENTRAL CITY Register; every morning 
except Monday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; 
republican; four pages; size — daily 24x36, 
weekly 28x"42 ; subscription — daily $10, weekly 
$6; established 1862; Collier & Hall, editors 
and publisher's; claims daily 500, weekly 600 
circulation. 

DEiVVEB Colorado Tribune ; every morn- 
ing except Monday, and 'Weekly, Wednes- 
days; independent ; daily four pages, weekly 
eight pages; size — daily 25x39, weekly 29x40*; 
subscription — daily $16, weekly $6; establish- 
ed 1867; R. W. AVoodbury and John Walker, 
 editors and publishers. 

DESVEB Gazette ; every day except Sunday, 
and Weekly; democratic ; four pages; size 
21x32; subscription— daily $16, weekly $6; F. 
J. Stanton, editor and publisher. 

DEIVVER, Rocky mountain IVews; every 
evening except Sunday, and Weekly, Wed- 
nesdays; republican; four pages; size — daily 
24x36, weekly 28x45; subscription — daily $16, 
weekly $6; established 1859: Byers & Daily, 
editors and publishers; claims daily 800, week- 
ly 1.500 circulation. 

BEiVVER Times ; every morning except Mon- 
day; democratic; four pages; size 24x32; 
Times Publishing Company, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

DEWER, Colorado Democrat; Saturdays ; 
democratic; four pages; size 26x36; subscrip- 
tion $7; established 1868 ; Julius Silversmith, 
editor and publisher. 

DENVER, Rocky Mountain Herald; Fri- 
days; independent; four pases; size 24x37; 
subscription $5; established 1860; O. J. Gold- 
rick, editor and publisher; claims 5,000 circu- 
lation. 

GEORGETOWN, Colorado Miner ; Thurs- 
days; four pages; size 20x26; subscription $7; 



COLORADO. 



established 1867; A. W. Barnard & Co., editors 
and publishers. 
PUEBLO, Colorado Chieftain ; Thursdays ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $5; es 
tablished 1868; M. Beshoar, editor and pub 
lisher. 



DAKOTA. 



VERMILLION*, Dakota Republican; Thurs- 
days; republican; four pases; size 22x32; sub- 
scription $2; established 1864; E. I). Barker, 
editor; W. W. Brooking, publisher; claims 500 
circulation. 

YA1VKTOIV, Union and Dakotian ; Satur- 
days ; republican ; four pages ; size 22x32 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1861; Geo. W. Kings- 
bury, editor and publisher; claims 400 circu- 
lation. 



IDAHO. 



BOISE CITY, Boise Democrat; semi- 
weekly; Wednesdays and Saturdays; demo- 
cratic; four pages; size 20x30; subscription 
$15; established 1868; Thomas C. Bail & Co., 
editors and publishers. 
BOISE CITY Statesman ; (no report.) 
IDAHO CITY, Idaho World; semi-weekly, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Thursdays; democratic; four pages; size 
20x26; subscription — semi-weekly $16, weekly 
$12; established 1865; James O'Meara, editor; 
J. H. Bowman & Co., publishers. 
SALMOIV CITY, Mining IVews ; (no report.) 
SILVER CITY Tidal Wave; semi-weekly; 
Tuesdays and Fridays ; republican ; establish- 
ed 1868; T. J. & J. S. Butler, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
SILVER CITY, Owyhee Avalanche ; Satur- 
days; four pages; size 28x42; subscription 
$12; established 1865; Hill & Millard, editors 
and publishers. 



MONTANA. 



DEER LODGE CITY Independent; weekly ; 
four pages; size 24x36; established 1867; Keyon 
& Rogers, editors and publishers; circulation 
about 700. 

HELENA Herald ; every evening except Sun- 
day, Tri- Weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays 
and Fridays, and Weekly, Thursdays; daily 



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UTAH. 


.•did tri-weekly four pages, weekly eight pa- 
ge8; size— daily ami fcri-weekly 24x36, weekly 
2^\ iJ: subscription— daily $27, tri-weekly $io, 

weekly $8; established 1866: K. E. 1'isk and C. 

it. Stuart, editors and publishers; claims- 
daily 900, tri-weekly 870, weekly 1,400 circula- 
tion. 

HTEL.EWA, Montana Post; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly) Fridays; re- 
publican; daily four pages, weekly eight pa- 
ges; size— daily 24x36, weekly 28x42; subscrip- 
tion— daiiv $25, weekly $8; established 1864; 
James B. Mills, editor; B. R. Dittos, publish- 
er; claims— daily 375, weekly 1,500 circula- 
tion. 

1IKLE\;V, Rocky Mountain tinzctte ; every 
morning exoepl Monday, and Weekly, Weii- 
nesdays; democratic; four pages; size — daily 
24x36, weekly 28x42; established 1866; E.S. Wil- 
kinson, editor; Wilkinson & Ronan, publish- 
ers: claims daily about 400, weekly 1.400 circu- 
lation. 

VIRGINIA CITY, Montana Democrat; tri- 
weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 
and Weekly, Saturdays; democratic; four 
pages; size 22x32; subscription — tri-weekly 
$25, weekly $5; established 1868; John P. 
Brace, editor and publisher. 


daily and semi-weekly 24x36; subscript ion- 
daily $10, semi-weekly $7, weekly $5; T. B.H. 
steiihou.se. editor and publisher. 
SALT lake CITY, Utah Magazine; Satur- 
days; twenty-four pages; Bize of page 8x11; 
subscription $4 50; established 1867; E. L. T. 
Harrison, editor ; Harrison & Co., publishers. 


WASHINGTON. 


OLYMPIA, Pacific Tribune; Saturdays ; re- 
publican; four pages; size 28x38; subscription 

$3; established is il ; Charles Pl'OSCh & Sons, 
editors and publishers. 

OLYMPIA, Territorial Republican ; (no re- 
port.) 

OLYMPIA Transcript; Saturdays; republi- 
can; four pages; size 23x35; subscription $3; 
established 1807; Guim & Gale, editors and 
publishers; circulation about sou. 

OLYMPIA, Washington Standard; Satur- 
days: democratic; four pages; size 21x31; sub- 
scription $3; established I860; John Miller 
Murphv, editor and publisher; circulation 
about 700. 

PORT TOIVJVSEXD, Message; Thursdays; 
neutral; four pages; size 22x28; subscription 
$3; established 1866; A. Pettygrove, editor 
and publisher; circulation about 530. 

SEATTLE, Intelligencer; Mondays; neu- 
tral; four pages; size 22x28; subscription $3 ; 
established 1800; S. L. Maxwell, editor and 
publisher; circulation about 450. 

VANCOUVER Register; (no report.) 

WALLA WALLA Statesman ; Fridays ; dem- 
ocratic; four pages; size 24x34; subscription 
$5; established 18(51; W. H. Newell, editor and 
publisher; circulation about 1)00. 

WYOMING. 


XE W MEXICO. 


SA\TA FEE Gazette ; (no report.} 
SAWTA FEE A T ew Mexican ; (no report.) 


UTAH. 


OCDE\, Frontier Phoenix; (no report.) 

SALT LAKE CITY, Deseret Evening STews ; 
every evening except Sunday, Semi-Week- 
ly, Tuesdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Wednesdays; four pages; size 22x32; subscrip- 
tion— daily $10, semi-weekly $8, weekly $5; 
George Q. Cannon, editor and publisher. 

SAL.T~JL.AKE CITY Reporter; every morn- 
ing except .Monday ; four pages : size 18x24 ; sub- 
scription $10: established 1867; Reporter Pub- 
lishing Co.. editors and publishers. 

SALT LAKE CITY Telegraph ; every even- 
ing except Sunday, Semi-Weekly, Mondays 
and Thursdays, and Weekly; daily and semi- 
weekly four pages, weekly eight pages; size — 


CHEYEJVjVE Argus; every morning except 
Monday, and Weekly; democratic; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription — weekly $5; 
Bedell & Garbanti, editors and publishers. 

CIIEYEXrVE Leader; every evening except 
Sunday, and Wyoming Weekly Leader, 
Saturdays; republican; daily four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size — daily 25x32 ; weekly 
25x38; subscription— daily $20, weekly $5; N. 
A. Baker, editor and publisher. 



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FKE»ERK'TOK, Colonial Farmer; Satur- 
days; fourpages; size 25x37; subscription $1; 
established 1863; Lugrin & Son, editors and 
publishers; claims 1,800 circulation. 

FUEDEKK'TOJT, Head Quarters; Wednes- 
days: four pages; size 25x38; subscription 
fi2 50; established 1844 : John Graham, editor 
and publisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 

FllKI)KRICTO>* Reporter; (no report.) 

FKEOKKICTO:* Royal Gazette; (no report.) 

MOXt'TO.V, Times; Thursdays; four pages: 
Bize 24x36; subscription $125: established 
1868; II. T. Stevens, editor and publisher; cir- 
culation 1.000. 

WKW CASTLE, L'nion Advocate; Thurs- 
days; four pages; size 21x30; subscription 
$1 60; established 1867; W. & J. Anslow, edit- 
ors and publishers. 

ST. ABTDREWS Standard; Wednesdays; 
fourpages; siee 24x32; subscription $2 50; es- 
tablished L833; \. W. Smith, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 500 circulation. 

ST. joiiy Globe ; every evening except Sun- 
day, and Weekly, Wednesdays; four pages; 
size 24x36; subscription— daily $5, weekly $3 ; 
John V. Ellis, editor and publisher. 

ST. JOHX, Morning Aews ; every morning 
except Minday. Tri- Weekly, Mondays, Wed- 
nesdays, and Fridays, and Weekly, Wednes- 
days; four pages; size 27x36; subscription- 
daily $5, tri-weekly $2 50, weekly si: estab- 
lished 1836; Edward Willis, editor; Willis & 
Davis, publishers. 



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ST. JOIIY, Morning Journal ; tri-weekly, 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 
■Weekly, Tuesdays; four pages; size 24x31; 
subscription — tri-weekly $2 50, weekly $1 ; es- 
tablished 1865; AVilliam'Elder, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ST. JOHA", Christian Visitor; Thursdays; 
baptist; four pages; size 26x36; subscription 
$2; established 1802; Kev. J. E. Bill, editor; 
Barnes & Co., publishers. 

ST. JOHIV, Church Witness and Monitor ; 
Wednesdays; church of England; fourpages; 
size 24x30; subscription $2: established 1850; 
S. & J. McMillon, publishers; claims 1,500 cir- 
culation. 

ST. JOH\, Colonial Presbyterian; Satur- 
days; presbyterian; four pages; size 24x34; 
subscription $2; established 1855; William El- 
der, editor and publisher. 

ST. JOHIV Freeman ; (wo report.) 

ST. JOHV, Religious Intelligencer ; Thurs- 
days; baptist; four pages; size 25x38; sub- 
scription si: Barnes <£ Co., publishers; claims 
1,400 circulation. 

ST. .JOHIV Telegraph; (no report.) 

ST. JOHSf, IVew l>niniui»n ; Saturdays; eifflit 
pages; size 17x24; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1804; George W. Day, editor and pub- 
lisher; circulation 2,000. 

ST. JOHIV Cadet; monthly; temperance; 
eight pages; size 20x30; subscription $1; ej> 
tablished 1807; Samuel Tufts, editor and putt 
lisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 



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NOVA SCOTIA. 



ST. JOHN, Stewart's Literary Quarterly 
Magazine ; literary ; sixty-four pages octavo ; 
subscription 40 cents ; established 1867 ; George 
Stewart, Jr., editor and publisher. 

ST. STEPHEN, St. Croix Courier; Thurs- 
days ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; subscription $2 ; 
established 1865; David Main, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 

SIIEDIAC, Le Moniteur Acadian; Fridays; 
French; four pages; size 22x33; subscription 
$2; established 1867; F. X. X. Norbert, Lussier 
& Co., editors and publishers; claims 1,152 cir- 
culation. 

WOODSTOCK Acadian ; Saturdays; ftrar 
pages; size 25x36; subscription $1 80; estab- 
lished 1865; Colter & Upham, publishers. 

WOODSTOCK, Carlton Sentinel ; Saturdays ; 
four pages ; size 26x34 ; subscription $1 80 ; es- 
tablished 1830 ; Samuel Watts, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,500 circulation. 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

AMHERST Gazette ; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 24x36; subscription $4 50; established 
1866; J. Albert Bluck, editor and publisher; 
claims 950 circulation. 
AiVTIGOATSH Casket ; {no report.) 
BERWICKStar; {no report.) 
BRIDGETOWN, Free Press; Thursdays; 
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1863; A. M. Gidney, editor; J. B. Gidney, 
publisher. 
BRIDGEWATER Times; Thursdays; four 
pages ; size 24x33 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1865; Henry Fisher, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,200 circulation. 
HALIFAX, Morning Chronicle; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Nova Scotian, 
Mondays; daily and tri-weekly four pages, 
weekly eight pages ; size — daily and tri-weekly 
27x30, weekly 25x37 ; subscription— daily $5. tri- 
weekly $3, weekly $2; established 1863; Chas. 
Annand, editor and publisher; claims daily 
3,000, weekly 1,100 circulation. 
HALIFAX, Acadian Recorder; triweekly, 
Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays ; Weekly , 
Saturdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion— tri-weekly $3, weekly $2; established 
1813; H. Blackadar, editor; Blackadar Bros., 
publishers; claims 2,000 circulation. 
HALIFAX Citizen ; tri-weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, Sat- 
urdays ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription— 
tri-weekly $3, weekly $2; established 1863; E. 
M. McDonald, editor and publisher; circula- 
tion — tri-weekly 2,400, weekly 1,100. 
HALIFAX, Evening Express ; tri-weekly ; 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; four 
pages; size 24x34; established 1858; Compton 
& Co., editors and publishers. 
HALIFAX, Evening Reporter; tri-weekly; 
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; four 
pages ; size 24x36 ; subscription $3 ; established 
1860; Joseph C. Crosskill, editor and publish- 
er; claims 3,000 to 3,500 circulation. 
HALIFAX, Unionist; tri-weekly; Mondays, 
W T ed7iesdays and Fridays; four pages; size 
21x34; subscription $2 50; established 1854; W. 
A. Penney, editor and publisher. 
HALIFAX, Abstainer ; temperance; Wednes- 
days; eight pages; size 25x38; subscription 
$2 ; established 1856; Patrick Monaghan, editor 
and publisher. 
• HALIFAX, British. Colonist ; {no report.) 
HALIFAX, Christian Messenger ; Wednes- 
days; baptist; eight pages; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $2 ; established 1836 ; Stephen Shel- 
don, editor and publisher. 
HALIFAX, Nova Scotian ; (see Morning 

Chronicle.) 
HALIFAX Presbyterian Witness ; Satur- 
days; presbyterian; eight pages ; size 25x37 ; 
subscription $2 50; established 1848; James 
Barnes, editor and publisher; claims 1,700 cir- 
culation. 
HALIFAX, Provincial Wesleyan ; Wednes- 
days; methodist; four pages; size 26x38; sub- 
scription $2; established 1849; Rev. John Mc- 



Murray, editor and publisher; claims 2,800 cir- 
culation, 

HALIFAX, Royal Gazette ; Wednesdays ; 
eight pages; size 20x24; subscription $3; 
established 1801; E. M. McDonald, editor 
and publisher; printed at the office of the 
Citizen. 

HALIFAX, Home and Foreign Record of 
the Presbyterian Church ; monthly ; thirty- 
two pages octavo; James Barnes, publisher; 
claims 3,600 circulation. 

HALIFAX, Journal of Education ; month- 
ly; sixteen pages; size 27x34; subscription $1; 
James Barnes, publisher; claims 2,200 circula- 
tion ; official organ of the educational depart- 
ment of the government of Nova Scotia. 

HALIFAX, Nova Scotian Joui'ual of Agri- 
culture ; monthly; agricultural; sixteen 
pages; size 24x36; subscription 50 cents; A. 
& W. McKinlay, editors and publishers; circu- 
lation about 1,000. 

NEW GLASCOW, Eastern Chronicle ; semi- 
weekly; Wednesdays and Saturdays; four 
pages; size 23x32; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1842; McConnell & Alley, editors and 
publishers; claims 1,500 circulation. 

PICTOtJ, Colonial Standard ; Tuesdays ; 
four pages; size 24x34; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1858. 

SYDNEY (C. B.) News ; {no report.) 

WINDSOR, Saturday Mail; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 22x34; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1867; M. A. Buckley, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

WOLFVILLE Acadian; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 23x32; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1855. 

YARMOUTH Herald ; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 26x37; subscription $2; established 1833; 
Alexander Lawson, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,900 circulation. 

YARMOCTH Tribune; Tuesdays ; four pages ; 
size 18x24; subscription 75 cents; established 
1855; R. Huntington, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,200 circulation. 



ONTARIO. 



AILSA CRAIG, North Middlesex Review ; 

Fridays; Alex. J. Belch, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ALMONTE Gazette ; Fridays ; four pages ; sizo 
21x36; subscription $1; established 1867; Wm. 
Templeman, editor and publisher; claims 
1,500 circulation. 

ARNPRIOR, Canadian Times ; Fridays; four 
pages; size 26x36; subscription SI 50; estab- 
lished 1863; W. Allen, editor and publisher. 

ATJRORA Banner ; {no report.) 

AYR Herald; {no report.) 

AYR Observer; {no report.) 

BARRIE Examiner ; {no report.) 

BARRIE Independent ; {no report.) 

BARRIE, Northern Advance ; Thursdays ; 
four pages; size 28x42; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1841; D. Crew, editor and publisher. 

BARRIE Northern Gazette ; {no report.) 

BELLEVILLE, Intelligencer; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; 
four pages; size — daily 14x21, weekly 27x42; 
subscription — daily $5, weekly $2 ; established 
1833; Mackenzie Bowell, editor and publisher; 
claims daily 400, weekly $1,400 circulation. 

BELLEVILLE, Hastings Chronicle ; Wed- 
nesdays ; four pages ; size 28x43 ; subscription 
$2; established 1841; E. Miles, editor; E. Miles 
and J. R.Mason, publishers; claims 1,500 cir- 
culation. 

BENTICK Standard ; {no report.) 

BERLIN, Berliner Journal ; {no report.) 

BERLIN Telegraph; Fridays; four pages; 
size 26x41; subscription* $2; established 1853; 
Alexander Macpherson, editor and pub- 
lisher, 

BOWMANVILLE, Canadian Statesman; 
Thursdays; four pages; size 27x41; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1849; W. R. Climie, ed- 
itor and publisher; claims 800 circulation. 

BOWMANVILLE, Observer; Wednesdays; 
bible christian; four pages; size 27x40; sub- 



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scnptaou £1 50; established 1866; Rev. C. Bar- 
leer, editor and publisher; claims 1,250 circa- 

lat inn. 
Bii \i»i<>iti>. South Slmcoe \cwh; Thurs- 
days; lour pages; size 26x36; subscription $1; 
established L866; Porter A Broughton, editors 
and publishers. 
KKA.MrTO.V Banner; {no report.) 
BltAMl'T».\ Times t Fridays; four pages; 
size 21x36; subscription $1 50; established 
1854. 
ItlMXTKOKIt Courier; (no report.-) 
BRAN TFOR D Expositor; (no report.) 
BBOCKTILLE, British Central Canadian ; 
Wednesdays; four pages; size 24x36; subscrip- 
tion $1; established 1861; R. W. Kelly, editor 
and publisher; claims 7.~>o circulation. 
BKO< U\ i 1.1. 1", Monitor; (no report.) 
BKOCKVlI.l,E Recorder; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 27x41; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1820; David Wylie, editor and. publisher; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 
CALEDONIA, Grand River Sachem.; Wed- 
nesdays; four pages; size 26x36; subscription 
(2; established 1856; Thos. Messinger, editor 
and publisher. 
CARLTON PEACE Herald; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size26x38; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1850 : James Toole, editor and publisher ; 
claims 2.200 circulation. 
CAYITGA, Haldiinand Advocate; Fridays; 
four pages; size 23x32; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 18G7; E. C. Campbell, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
CAlliGA Sentinel; Fridays; four pages; size 
22x31; subscription $1; established 1833; Geo. 
A. Messinger, editor; Thos. Messinger, pub- 
lisher: claims 400 circulation. 
CHATHAM Planet ; tri-weekly, Mondays, 
"Wednesdays and Fridays, and Weekly, 
Thursdays ; four pages : size — tri-weekly 22x32, 
weekly 28x44; subscription— tri-weekly $3, 
weekly $1 50; established 18.30; Rufus Stephen- 
son, editor and publisher; claims tri-weekly 
1.100. weekly 2,100 circulation. 
CHATHAM Banner; Thursdays; four pages; 
size '28x44; subscription SI 50; established 
1865; J. R. Gemmill, editor and proprietor; 
claims 900 circulation. 
CLINTON Courier; (no report.) 
COEOl'ItG Sentinel ; Saturdays ; four pages ; 
size 23x33: subscription $1 50; established 
1858; Daniel McAllister, editor and publisher; 
claims 750 circulation. 
COBOFKG Star; Wednesdays; four pages: 
size 27x40; subscription S2; established 1831; 
W. II. Floyd, editor and publisher; claims 500 
circulation. 
GOBOl'RG Sun; Tuesdays; four pages; size 
21x3'!: subscription $1; "established 1855; F. 
McNaughten, editor and publisher; claims 500 
circ ulati on. 
(OBOIRfi World; (no report.) 
COLRORA'K Transcript; (no report.) 
COLRORAE Express; Thursdays; four pages: 
size 23x33; subscription $1: established 1867; 
George Keyes, editor and publisher; claims 
700 circulation. 
fOLLIXdiUOOD Enterprise ; (no report.) 
COR.XIVALL Constitutional; (no report.) 
CORAAVALL, Freeholder; Fridays; four 
pages; size 25x36: subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1846; A. McLean, editor and publisher; 
claims 2.800 circulation. 
l>r.\I)AS Express ; (no report.) 
DFNOAS True Banner; (no report.) 
dcndas, Wentworth Aews ; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $150; es- 
tablished 1868; Collins & Bennett, editors and 
publishe rs; claims 2.000 circulation. 
1)1 WVILLE Haldimaud Tribune; (no re- 
port.) 
RIAWILI.E Independent; (no report.) 
DCN1WTEEE Luminary; Fridays: four 
pages; size 24x32; subscription Si ; established 
1868; Thomas Messenger, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
ELM I It -A, Canada Maple Eeaf ; Fridays ; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1; established 
1800; Thos. Milliard, editor and publisher. 



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1:1. OKA, North Wellington Times; Fridays; 
four pages; size 26x36; subscription $150; 'es- 
tablished 1864; W'.G. Culloden, editor and pub- 
lisher: claims 2,850 circulal Lon. 
I'.B.ouA Observer; Fridavs; four pages; size 
ll.\27; subscription (1 50; established 1854; T. 
M. Shaw and .John Smith, editors and publish- 
ers; claims 940 circulation. 

FERGUS, British Constitution ; (no report.) 

FEltdTS, News Record ; Fridays ; tour pages; 
size 27xlo; subscription $150; J. & R. Craig, 
editors and publishers; claims 1,200 circula- 
t ion. 

GAXT, Dumfries Reformer; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size 20x12; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1848; John Allan, editor and publisher; 
claims 900 circulation. 

GAA'AAOItl'E Reporter; (no report.) 

GEORGETOWN, Holton Herald ; Thurs- 
days; four pages; size 24x36; subscription §1 ; 
established 1866; Joseph Craig, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,100 circulation. 

GEENAEEAN, Canada Maple Eeaf; Fri- 
days; four pages; subscription $1 ; established 
lstil;; Thomas Milliard, editor and publisher; 
claims 540 circulation. 

GODERICH Signal ; semi-weekly, Tuesdays 
and Fridays, and Huron Signal," Thursdays ; 
four pages; size 28x42; subscription — semi- 
weekly §2 50, weekly $1 50; established 1848; 
W. T. Cox, editor and publisher; claims 2,000 
circulation. 

GODERICH Star ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
27x41; subscription $1 5*0; established 1866; 
Wm. Donaghy, editor and publisher; claims 
1,100 circulation. 

Gl'ELPII Advertiser ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays : four pages ; 
size — daily 23x30, weeklv 28x44; subscription 
—daily $5" 00, weekly $1 50; established 1845; 
J. Wilkinson, editor and publisher; claims 
3,000 circulation. 

GFEIjPH Mereury; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly; four pages; size — daily 
22x29, weekly 29x45; subscription — daily $4, 
weekly $1 50; established— daily 1867, weekly 
1854; James Innis, editor; McLogan & Innis, 
publishers; claims daily 800, weekly 3,400 cir- 
culation. 

GFEEPH Herald; Tuesdays: four pages; 
size 27x41; subscription $1 50; established 
1847; George Pirie, editor and publisher; 
claims about 1,000 circulation. 

HAMILTON Spectator ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; 
four pages; size 28xt2; subscription — daily 
85. weekly §1; established 1846; T. & R.White, 
editors and publishers. 

HAMILTOJV Times ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Wednesdays; four 
pages; size 24x34; subscription — daily $5, 
weekly $1; established 1844; C. Tyner, J. W. 
Grayson & C. H. Hall, editors; C.E. Stewart 
& Co., publishers. 

HAMILTON, Canada Christian Advocate ; 
Wednesdays ; methodist ; four pages ; size 
28x41; subscription $2; established 1845; Geo. 
Abbs, editor; claims 2,400 circulation. 

HAMILTON Craftsman ; monthly; masonic; 
sixteen pages quarto; subscription $1 50; 
established 1866; Thomas White, Jr., editor; 
T. & R. White, publishers; claims 2,000 circu- 
lation. 

IIVGERSOLL Chronicle; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 28x40; 'subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1852; J. S. Gurnett, editor and jmb- 
lisher. 

KINCARDINE, Bruce Review; (no report.) 

KINGSTON, British Whig ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; four 
pages; size 27x41; subscription — daily $6, 
weekly $2 ; established 18S4; Dr. K. J. Barker, 
editor and publisher; claims daily 750, weekly 
1,400 circulation. 

KINGSTON, News ; every evening except 
Sunday, and Chronicle and News, Fridays; 
four pages; size— daily 26x36, weekly 28x40; 
subscript ion— daily $6, weekly $2; estab- 
lished 1810; James Ncish, editor and pub- 
lisher. 



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KISGSTOS, Canadian Chnrchman ; Wed- 
nesdays; church of England; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $1 50; established 1862; 
Rev. T. A. Parnell, editor; John Parnell, pub- 
lisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 
LMDSAY, Canadian Post ; Fridays ; four 
pages; size 2(5x47; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1855; C. Blackett Robinson, editor and 
publisher; claims 1,200 circulation. 
LiISOSAY, Victoria Warden; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1856; Jos. Cooper, editor and publisher; 
claims 700 circulation. 
LISTOWEL Banner; Thursdays: four pages; 
size 20x39; subscription $1 50; established 1866; 
Jos. Henry Hacking and Isaac C. Tilt, editors 
and publishers; claims 2,340 circulation. 
LOSDOS, Ereuiug Advertiser ; every even- 
ing except Sunday, and Western Advertiser, 
Fridays ; four pages ; size — daily 24x34, weekly 
28x40; subscription — daily $4, weekly $1; es- 
tablished 1863 ; J. Cameron, editor and publish- 
er; claims daily 1,700, weekly 4,500 circulation. 
LOSDOS Free Press ; every morning except 
Sunday, Tri-Weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays 
and Saturdays, and Weekly; four page's; 
size — daily and tri-weekly 25x40, weekly 28x41 ; 
subscription — daily SO, tri-weekly $3, weekly 
$2 ; established — daily 1855, weekly 1850 ; Josiah 
Blackburn, editor; J. & S. Blackburn, pub- 
lishers ; claims daily 900, tri-weekly 200, weekly 
3,000 circulation. 
LOSDOS, Prototype ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly , Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size— daily 26x40, weekly 27x42; subscription — 
daily 85, weekly $1; e'stablished 1851; John 
Siddons, editor and publisher; claims daily 
1,000. weekly 2,100 circulation. 
LOSDOS, Evangelical Witness ; Wednes- 
days; methodist; four pages; size 28x32 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1863; Rev. J. H. 
Robinson, editor; John Cameron, publisher; 
claims 1,500 circulation. 
LOSDOS Farmer's Advocate ; (no report.) 
L' OKUilSAL Advertiser; (no report.) 
MADOt Mercury ; (no report.) 
MARKHAM Economist ; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1856. 
MEAFORD Monitor ; (no report.) 
MERRICKVILLE Chronicle; Tuesdays ; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1; estab- 
lished 1856; Hall & Wright, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
MIELRROOIi Messenger; Wednesdays ; eight 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $2 ; established 
1857 ; Alfred Edwin Hayter, editor and publish- 
er; claims 1,000 circulation. 
MILTOSf, Canadian Champion ; Thursdays; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1; estab- 
lished I860; Robert Matheson, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1.200 circulation. 
MILTOS Herald; (no report.) 
MITCHELL Advocate ; (no report.) 
MORRISBl'RWH, Courier; Fridays; four 
pages; size 20x30; subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1863; Hugh C. Kennedy, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 816 circulation. 
MOUST FOREST Examiner; Thursdays; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished i860; Mc Adams & McLaren, editors 
and publishers; claims 1,000 circulation. 
WAPASEE, Express ; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 30x14 ; subscription $1 50 ; established 1862 ; 
T. S. Carman, editor and publisher; claims 
1,200 circulation. 
NAPAIVEE Ledger ; (no report.) 
SAPASEE Standard; weekly; four pages; 
size 36x48 ; subscription SI 50 ; e'stablished 1842 ; 
Henry & Bros., editors and publishers; claims 
1,500 circulation. 
KEl'STADT, Her Wachter am Sangeen ; 
Fridays ; German ; four pages ; size 24x36 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1868; Victor Lang 
and Christian Heise, editors and publishers; 
claims 700 circulation. 
HEW HANRCRU, Canada Staats Zeitung ; 
Fridays ; German ; four pages ; size 24x30; sub- 
scription $1 ; established 1868 ; Louis M. Gasser, 
editor; Adolph Pressprich, publisher. 



SEW HAMBURG, Canadiscnes Volksblatt; 

Thursdays; German; four pages; size 27x41; 
subscription $1 50; established 1855; Otto 
Pressprich, editor and publisher.' 
SEW MARKET Courier ; Thursdays ; four 
pages; size 26x36; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1867; G. M. Binns, editor and publisher. 
SIAGARAMail; Wednesdays; four pages; size 
27x37; subscription $2; established 1844; Wil- 
liam Kirby, editor and publisher; claims 900 
circulation. 
OMEMEE Standard; Fridays; four pages; 
size 25x36; subscription $1 50; established 
1868; J. H. Delamere, editor and publisher. 
ORAiVGEVILLE Advertiser; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size 26x36; subscription $1 00; es- 
tablished 1S68; J. H. Bradshaw, editor and 
publisher; claims 900 circulation. 
ORAiVGEVILLE Sun ; (no report.) 
ORILLIA Expositor; Fridays; four paercs; 
size 24x35; subscription $1 ; established 1867 ; P. 
Murray, editor and publisher; circulation 700. 
OSHAWA Vindicator; (no report.) 
OTTAWA Citizen ; every morning except Sun- 
day, and Weekly, four pages; size 20x38; sub- 
scription — daily $6, weekly $1 ; established 
1841 ; T. B. Taylor, editor and publisher. 
OTTAWA Times j every day except Sunday, 
and Weekly, Fridays; four pages; subscrip- 
tion — daily $6, weekly $1; established 1865; A. 
Robertson, editor; Tunes Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers; claims daily 2,000, weekly 5,000 circu- 
lation. 
OTTAWA, Canada Gazette ; Saturdays; forty 
pages; size 25x32; subscription $5; established 
1841 ; Malcolm Cameron, editor and publisher; 
claims 3,000 circulation. 
OTTAWA, !-,£ Canada; (no report.) 
OTTAWA, United Service Gazette ; Satur- 
days; eight pages; size 25x36, subscription $2; 
established 1868; Alex. Riggs, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
OTTAWA, Volunteer Review ; (no rejyort.) 
OWES SOUSD Advertiser ; (no report.) 
OWES SOUSD Comet ; (no report.) 
OWES SOUSB Times ; (no report.) 
PAISLEY Advocate ; (no report.) 
PARIS Star; (no report.) 

PEMBROKE Observer; Fridays; four pages; 
subscription $1; established 1855; J. Beeman, 
editor; Beeman Bros., publishers; claims 900 
circulation. 
PERTH Courier; Fridays; four pages; size 
26x38; subscription SI 50; established 1833; G. 
L. Walker & Brother, editors and publishers. 
PERTH Expositor; Thursdays; lour pages; 
size 27x42 ; subscription §1 50 ; established 1861 ; 
Thomas Scott, editor and publisher; claims 
1,300 circulation. 
PERTH Stnndard; (no report.) 
PETERBOROUGH Examiner ; Thursdays ; 
four pages ; size 27x41 ; subscription $1 50; es- 
tablished 1854; James Stratton, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,000 circulation. 
PETERBOROUGH Review; (no report.) 
PICTOS Gazette ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 
24x3(5; subscription $1 50; established 1830; S. 
M. Conger, editor; Conger &Bro. publishers: 
claims 700 circulation. 
PICTOS, Sew Sation ; Thursdays ; four 
pages; size 26x40; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1865; Piatt & Way, editors and pub- 
lishers. 
PICTOS Times; Tuesdays; four pages; size 
24x36; subscription $1 : established 1854; Robt. 
Boyle, editor and publisher; claims 600 circu- 
lation. 
PORT DOVER, Sew Dominion ; (no report.) 
PORT HOPE, British Canadian; Thursdays ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription SI 50; es- 
tablished 1862 ; J. B. Trayes, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 840 circulation. 
PORT HOPE Guide; Fridays; four pages; 
size 28x42; subscription $150; established 
1852; J. S. Johnston, editor; W. S. & J. S. 
Johnston, publishers. 
PORT PERRY Standard; weekly; four 
pages; size 27x41; subscription SI 50; estab- 
lished 1866; E. Mundy, editor and publisher; 
claims 500 circulation*. 



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PHKSCOTT Messenger; (no report.) 
prfscott Telegraph ; ^i/o report.) 
PRINCE A LBEBT Observer ; {no report.) 

lCU'iniOM) 1111,1.,, York Herald ; Fridays; 

tour pages; Bize 24x36; subscription 81: es- 
tablished L855; Alex. Scott, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 650 circulation. 
ST. CATHERINES, Evening Journal; 

every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, 
Thursdays; four pages; Bize 20x28; subscrip- 
tion—daily 6">. weekly ?? 1 50; established 1859; 
Win. Grant & < '<>.. editors and publishers. 
ST. CATHERINES Post; Fridays; four 

iiages; subscription $150; established 1856; 
r/Monro, editor and publisher. 
ST. CATHARINES Constitutional; (no re- 

port .) 
ST. CATHARIAFS Times: (noreport.) 
ST. MARY'S Argus ; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 26x40; established 1857; Alex. J. Bilch, 
editor and publisher. 
ST. THOMAS, Canadian Home Journal ; 
Thursdays; twelve pages; size 24x54; sub- 
scription si 50; established 1859; A. McLach- 
lin, editor and publisher; claims 1,008 circula- 
tion. 
ST. THOMAS, Bispatch; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 2ix:{i; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 185:!; P. Burke, publisher; claims 1,000 
circulation. 
SANBWICH Herald; (no report.) 
SARATA, British Canndinn; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size 28x42; subscription 81 50; es- 
tablished 1866; J. H. Wood, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,800 circulation. 
SARNIA Observer ; Fridays; four pages; size 
30x12: subscription $175; established 1854; J. 
R. Gemmill, editor and publisher. 
SCHOMBEKU Standard; (no report.) 
SEAFORTH Expositor; Fridays ; eight pages; 
size 27x40; subscription $1 50; established 18'J7; 
Ross & Lucton, editors and publishers. 
SIMCOE, British Canadian; Wednesdays; 
four pages; size -24x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 18i;i; William Wallace, editor; Wiiliam 
P. Kelley, publisher: claims 800 circulation. 
SIMCOE, Norfolk Reformer ; Thursdays ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1858; Reuben Thoroughgood, editor and 
publisher; circulation 000. 
STRATFORD Beacon; weekly; four pages; 
size 30x45; subscription $2; established 1854; 
W. Buckingham, editor and publisher; claims 
1.500 circulation. 
STRATFORD, Canadikeher Colonist ; Wed- 
nesdays: German; eight pages; size 27x41; 
subscription 82: established 1863; Jacob Teus- 
oher, editor and publisher. 
STRATFORD Herald; Wednesdays; four 
pages; size 30x45; subscription 8150; estab- 
lished 1863; John M. Robb, editor and publish- 
er: claims 1.200 circulation. 
STRATHROY Age ; Fridays; four pages; size 
28x42; subscription $1 50 ; established 1867 ; H. 
McColl, editor and publisher; claims 700 circu- 
lation. 
STRATHROY* Bispatch ; (no report.) 
TIIOROEB True Patriot; Fridays; four 
pages; size 25x37: subscription $150; estab- 
lished 1866; Jno. t.raham, editor; J.Graham A: 
Co.. publishers; claims 1.043 circulation. 
TOROA'TO, <>lobe ; every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; daily four 
pages, weekly eight pages; size— daily 32x44, 
weekly 35x50; subscription— daily SO, weekly 
$2: John Gordon Brown, editor; Globe Print- 
ing Co., publishers. 
TOROA'TO Leader ; every morning and even- 
ing except Sunday, and' Weekly, Fridays; 
daily four pages ; weekly eight pages; size- 
daily 30x45, weekly 30x52; subscription— daily, 
morning edition $4 50, evening edition $2 50, 
weekly $2; established 1852; James Beaty, ed- 
itor and publisher. 
TOROA'TO, Telegraph ; every morning 
except Sunday, and Weekly, Thursdays; 
four pages; size 26x38; subscription— daily 
$6, weekly 81; established 1866; C. Tyner, ed- 
itor; Robertson & Cook, publishers; claims 
3,500 circulation. 



TOROA'TO World ; every day exeept Sunday; 
four pages; size 26x32; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1868; A. 11. St. Germain, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

TOROA'TO, Canadian Baptist ; Thursdays ; 
four pages ; size 26x39; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1854; II. Lloyd, editor and publisher. 

TOROA'TO, Canadian Freeman ; Thursdays ; 
four pages; size 27x41; subscription 82; estab- 
lished 1858 : James G. Moylan, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
TOROTVTO, Canadian Journal of Com- 
merce; Saturdays; commercial; twelve 
pages; size of page 9x12; subscription 81 50; 
established 1867; Edward T.Bromfleld ,'c Co., 
publishers. 
TORONTO Christian Guardian ; Wednes- 
days; method ist : subscription 81 50; establish- 
ed 1822; Rev. 8. Rose, editor and publisher; 
claims 0,500 circulation. 
TORONTO, Christian Journal ; Fridays ; 
methodist; four pages; size 25x37; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1858; Rev. Thomas 
'Crompton, editor; Rev. Win. Rowe, publisher. 
TOROA'TO, Irish Canadian ; Wednesdays : 
eight pages; size 28x40; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1803; Patrick Boyle, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 3,000 circulation. 
TORONTO, Monetary Times and Insurance 
Chronicle; Thursdays; sixteen pages; size 
35x40; subscription $2; established 1807; J. M. 
Trout, business manager. 
TOROA'TO Patriot ; Wednesdays : four pages : 
size 29x44; subscription $1; established 1828; 
James Beaty, editor and publisher; issued 
from the office of the Lender. 
TOROATO, Spirit, of the Age ; Thursdays ; 
four pages; size 27x42; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1807; John Blackburn, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
TOROATO, Real Estate Journal ; semi- 
monthly; eight pages; size 25x37; established 
1809; J. M. Trout, business manager; issued as 
an advertising medium with a gratuitous cir- 
culation. 
TOROA'TO, Canada Farmer ; monthly ; agri- 
cultural ; forty pages; size of page 9x12; sub- 
scription $1; Rev. W. F. Clarke, editor; Globe 
Printing Co., publishers. 
TORONTO, Canadian Independent ; month- 
ly; congregational; forty pages octavo; sub- 
scription $1 ; established *1S54; Rev. Jno. Wood, 
editor; Alexander Christie, publisher; claims 
1,000 to 1,100 circulation. 
TORONTO, Canada Law Journal ; monthly : 
thirty-two pages; size of page Oxlo; subscrip- 
tion 83 ; established ia55; W. D. Ardagh, edit- 
or; W. C. Chewett & Co., publishers. 
TOROA'TO, Canadian Pharmaceutical 
Journal; monthly; twenty pages; size of 
page 9x12; subscription $1 ; established 1868; 
E. B. Shuttleworth, editor; J. M. Trout, pub- 
lisher. 
TOROA'TO, Church Chronicle ; monthly ; 
church of England; eight pages; size 11x18; 
subscription 25 cents; established 1803; Secre- 
tary of the Church Society, editor; II. Row- 
self, publisher; claims 500 circulation. 
TORONTO, Church Standard ; monthly ; 
episcopal; eight pages; size of page 9x12; sub- 
scription 81: established 1808; E. Burnett, pub- 
lisher; claims 500 circulation. 
TORONTO, Bominion Medical Journal ; 
monthly; twenty-four pages; size of page 
7xH>; subscription $2; Llewellyn Brock, M. D., 
editor: Robertson & Cook, publishers. 
TOROA'TO, Bominion Telegrapher ; month- 
ly; four pages; size 13x20; subscription 50 
cents; established 1808. 
TOROA'TO, Home and Foreign Record; 
monthly; presbyterian ; thirty-two pages oc- 
tavo; subscription co cents: established 1801; 
Committee ol Canada Presbyterian Church, 
editors and publishers. 
TOROA'TO, Journal of Education ; month- 
ly : sixteen pages quarto ; subscription 81; es- 
tablished 1848; J. George ilodgins,L. L. B., ed- 
itor: Hunter. Rose & Co., printers. 
TOROA'TO Loral Courts and Municipal 
Gazette; monthly; subscription $2; W. 1) 



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Ardagh, editor; W. C. Chewett & Co., pub- 
lishers. 
TORONTO, Ontario Farmer; monthly; 
thirty -two pages ; size of page 7x10 ; subscrip- 
tion SI ; established 1809; W. F. Clarke, editor; 
Hunter. Rose & Co., publishers. 
TORONTO, Sunday School Banner and 
Teachers' Assistant; monthly; eight pages; 
size 22x32 ; subscription 50 cents ; established 
1837. 
TRENTON Conrier; Thursdays; four pages; 
size 28x41; subscription $150: established 
1867; George Young, M. A., editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 700 circulation. 
WALKERTO.X, Bruce Herald; Fridays; 
four pages; size 26x40; subscription $1 50;*es- 
tablished I860; "Win. Brown, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 900 circulation. 
WATERLOO Chronicle; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 30x42; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1855; Peter E. W. Moyer, editor and 
publisher. 
WATERLOO Bauern Freund ; (no report.) 
WATERLOO Deutcher Canadier ; Tues- 
days ; German ; four pages ; size 28x42 ; sub- 
scription $1 50; established 1868; Win. Moyer, 
publisher. 
WHITBY Chronicle ; Thursdays ; four pages ; 
size 26xt0; subscription $1 50; established 
1856; W. H. Higgins, editor and publisher; 
claims 2.300 circulation. 
"WHITBY Gazette ; (no report.) 
WINDSOR Essex Journal ; (no report.) 
WOODSTOCK British Freeman ; (no report.) 
WOODSTOCK Gazette; (no report.) 
WOODSTOCK Sentinel ; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 28x42; subscription $1 50- established 
1855; Robert McWhinnie, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
WOODSTOCK Times ; weekly : lour pages ; 
size 29x43; subscription $1 50; established 
1855; Alexander McClenegan, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,150 circulation. 



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ATnABASHAVILLE, L'Fnion; (no report.) 

ATLMER Times; Wednesdays and Fridays; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription §1 50; 
established 1855; W. Allen, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 2.500 circulation. 

BEA1THARNOIS, Le Courrier de Beau- 
harnois; French ; Thursdays ; four pages ; size 
23x33; subscription $1; established 1867; J. X. 
Camyre, editor and publisher; claims 900 cir- 
culation. 

DAJTITLLE Union; Saturdays; eight pages; 
size 27x41; subscription $150; established 
1868 ; W. E. Jones, editor and publisher; claims 
400 circulation. 

DUNHAM Chronicle ; (no report.) 

EAST CHESTER, Journal ; (no report.) 

FRELEIGHSBURG, News and Frontier 
Advocate ; (see St. Johns.) 

GRANBY Gazette; Fridays; four pages; size 
35x37; subscription $1 50; established 1856; 
S. C Smith, editor and publisher; claims 1,130 
circulation. 

HUNTINGDON, Canadian Gleaner; Thurs- 
days; four pages; size 24x36; subscription $1: 
established 1863; Robert Sellar, editor and 
pu blisher; claims 900 circulation. 

HUNTINGDON Journal; Fridays ; four pages ; 
size 26x36; subscription $1; established 1860; 
James Mann, editor and publisher; claims 
1.600 circulation. 

INVERNESS, Megantic Argus ; Saturdays : 
four pages; size 21x27; subscription $1; es- 
tablished 1867; A. D. Campbell, editor and 
publisher. 

MONTREAL, Daily News ; every morning 
and evening except Sunday, and Transcript, 
Thursdays; daily four pages, weekly eight 
pages; size — daily 30x48, weekly 33x47; sub- 
scription—daily $6, weekly $2; established 
1835 ; John Lovell, editor and publisher; claims 
daily 2,500, weekly 2,250 circulation. 

MOJVTREAL, Daily Witness ; every evening 
except Sunday, Semi-Weekly, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays, and Weekly, Thursdays ; daily 



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four pages, semi-weekly and weekly eight 
pages; size— daily 26x36, semi-weekly and 
weekly 27x37; subscription— daily $3, semi- 
weekly $2, weekly $1: established— daily 1861, 
semi-weekly 1856, weekly 1846; John Dougall 
& Son, editors and publishers; claims daily 
8,000 to 10,000, semi-weekly 3,000, weekly 6,000 
circulation. 

MONTREAL, Evening Star ; every evening 
except Sunday ; four pages ; size 23x32 ; sub- 
scription $3; established 1869; Marshall & Co., 
editors and publishers. 

MONTREAL, Evening Telegraph ; every 
evening except Sunday; four pages; size 
26x38; subscription $4; T. K. Ramsey, editor; 
Montreal Printing and Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers ; claims 3,500 circulation. 

MONTREAL, Gazette ; every day except Sun- 
day, Tri-Weelsly, and Weekly ; four pages ; 
size 26x42 ; subscription — daily $6, tri-weekly 
$3, weekly $1; John Lowe, editor; Montreal 
Printing and Publishing Co., publishers. 

MONTREAL, Herald ; every morning except 
Sunday, Semi- Weekly , Tuesdays and Thurs- 
days, and Weekly, Saturdays; four pages; 
size 30x47 ; subscription — daily $8, semi-weekly 
$3, weekly $1 50; established 1809; Penny, 
Wilson & Co., editors and publishers. 

MONTREAL, La Minerve ; every morning 
except Sunday, Semi-Weekly and Weekly; 
French; four pages; size 26x37; subscription 
— daily $6, semi-weekly $4, weekly $2 ; estab- 
lished 1827; Duvernay & Bro., publishers. 

MONTREAL, Le Nouveau Monde ; every 
evening except Sunday, Semi-Weekly and 
Weekly ; French ; catholic ; four pages ; size 
25x37; subscription— daily $5, semi-weekly $3, 
weekly $1; established" 1867; G. Lamarche 
Ptre, secretary; J. Royal, editor-in-chief; A. 
Senecal, business manager. 

MONTREAL L'Ordre; tri-weekly, Tuesdays, 
Tbursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Thursdays; four pages; size 25x36; subscrip- 
tion— tri-weekly $4, weekly $2; established 
1858; Plinguet '& Laplante, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

MONTREAL, Le Fays ; every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and Weekly, Tuesdays ; French ; 
daily four pages, weekly sixteen pages ; size — 
daily 25x36, weekly, size of page, 10x13; sub- 
scription—daily $0, weekly $2; established 
1851 ; N. Aubin, editor-in-chief; A. Dufresne, 
business manager ; La Compagnie d' Imprime- 
riet de publication du Canada, proprietors. 

MONTREAL, Canada Scotsman ; Saturdays ; 
twelve pages; size of page 12x18; subscription 
$2 ; established 1868 ; James McLachlan, edit- 
or; A. G. Nicholson & Co., publishers; claims 
1,200 circulation. 

MONTREAL, Church Ohserver ; Thursdays ; 
church of England; four pages; size 21x29; 
subscription $2; established 1868. 

MONTREAL, Diogenes; Fridays; twelve 
pages ; size of page 9x12 ; subscription 5 cents 
per copy ; established 1868. 

MONTREAL, La Lanterne ; Thursdays; 
French ; sixteen pages octavo ; subscription 
$2; established 1868; Arthur Buies, editor; 
claims 1,200 circulation. 

MONTREAL, La Guepe ; Saturdays; French ; 
four pages; size 20x30; subscription $2; estab- 
lished 1864; Elie Mandeville, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

MONTREAL Transcript; (see Daily Neios.) 

MONTREAL, True Witness and Catholic 
Chronicle ; Fridays ; catholic ; eight pages ; 
size 30x42; subscription $2; established 1850; 
G. E. Clerk, editor; J. Gillies, publisher. 

MONTREAL, Canadian Messenger; semi- 
monthly ; eight pages ; subscription 38 cents ; 
John Dougall & Son, editors and publishers; 
devoted to temperance, agriculture, &c. 

MONTREAL, Canada Medical Journal ; 
monthly; forty-eight pages octavo ; subscrip- 
tion $3; established 1864; Geo. E. Fen wick, M. 
D., and F. W. Campbell, M. D., editors; Daw- 
son Bros., publishers; claims 1,000 circulation. 

MONTREAL, Canadian Agriculturist ; 
monthly ; agricultural ; thirty-two pages ; size 
27x40; J. Perrault, editor; J. Lovell, printer. 



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RKOlVXJSXiAXi| Iia Berne Canadlenne; month- 
lv ; French ; literary ; eighty pages octavo ; sub- 
scription $3; E. Senecal, publisher. 
MONTREAL, i/ Echode la France; month- 
ly; French; one hundred pases octavo; sub- 
scription $4; established 1865; Louis Ricard, 
editor; Montreal Printing Co., publishers. 
MONTREAL, L' Echo tlu Cabinet de Lec- 
t»ire Paroissial ; monthly; French; eighty 
pages octavo; subscription $'2; established 
ls."i7; e. Thibault, editor ami publisher; claims 
1,1)00 circulation. 
MOXTKEAL Lower Canada Jurist; month- 
ly; thirty-two pages ; size 27x40; established 
is.">7: s. Bethune, Q. C, editor-in-chief; J. Lov- 
ell, publisher. 
MO.HTUEAL Lower Canada Law Journal ; 
monthly; thirty-two pages; Size 27x10; sub- 
scription $:!; established 1857; James Kirby, 
editor; .1. Lovell, publisher. 
MONTREAL, Mew I>ominion Monthly ; 
monthly; subscription $1; established 1867; J. 
Dougall & Son, editors and publishers. 
MONTREAL Presbyterian ; monthly ; thirty- 
two pages; size of page 7x10; subscription $1; 
established 1848; Committee of the Lay Asso- 
ciation, editors and publishers. 
MONTREAL, Revue Agricole ; monthly; 
French; agricultural; thirty-two pages; size 
27x10; J. Perrault, editor; J. Lovell, publisher. 
MONTREAL, Canadian Naturalist; quar- 
terly ; eighty pages octavo ; subscription $3 ; 
established '1856; David A. P. Watt, editor; 
Dawson Bros., publishers. 
Ql'EBEC, L' Evenement; every day except 
Sunday, and Tri- Weekly ; French; subscrip- 
tion — daily $5, tri-weekly $3; established 1867; 
Hector Fabre, editor and publisher; claims 
3,000 circulation. 
(ll'EBEC, Le JournaT de (Quebec ; every day 
except Sunday, and Tri-Weekly, Mondays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays ; French ; four pages ; 
size 24x38; subscription — daily $0, tri-weekly 
$4; established 1842; A. Cote, publisher. 
QUEBEC Mercury ; every evening except 
Sunday ; four pages ; size 27x39 ; subscription 
$6; established 1805; G. T. Gary, editor and 
publisher. 
QlEBEr, Morning Chronicle ; every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and Weekly, Fridays; 
subscription— daily $6, weekly $2; established 
1846 ; John J. Foote, editor and publisher. 
QUEBEC Gazette ; tri-weekly; Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays; four pages; size, 
25x38; subscription $4; established 1764 ; Mid- 
dlet on & Dawson, editors and publishers. 
QUEBEC Le Canadien ; tri-weekly; Mon- 
days, Wednesdays and Fridays; French; four 
pages; size 27x42; subscription $4; estab- 
lished 1808; Hon. Francois Evanturel, editor 
and publisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 
Ql'EBEC, Le Courrier du Canada ; tri-week- 
ly ; .Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; 
French; catholic; four page's; size 24x36; sub- 
scription $4; established 1857; Eugene Re- 
nault, editor: Leger Brousseau, publisher; 
claims 1,900 circulation. 



QUEBEC, Le Charivari Canadien; Fridays; 

French; comic; two pages; subscription $2; 
established 1868; A. Gucrard, editor and pub- 
lisher. 
Ql' I .It EC, Journal de L' Instruction Publi- 

que ; monthly ; French ; sixteen pages ; size of 
page 9x12; subscription si ; established 1867; 1'. 
J. O. Chaureau, editor; Department of Public 
Instruction, publishers; claims 3,000 circu- 
lation. 
Ql'EBEf, Journal of Education ; monthly; 
twenty-tour pages; size of page 9x12: estab- 
lished 1857; P. J. O. Chaureau, editor; Depart- 
ment of Public Instruction, publishers ; claims 
1,500 circulation. 
RICHMONB Guardian; Saturdays; eight 
pages; size 27x41; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1857; W. E. Jones, editor and publisher; 
claims 1,000 circulation. 
ST. HYACINTHE Journal ; tri-weekly, Tues- 
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, and Weekly, 
Fridays; French; four pages; size 23x34; week- 
ly thirty pages; size of page 9x12; subscrip- 
tion — tri-weekly $3, weekly $1 50; established 
1853; C. Lussier, editor and publisher; claims 
tri-weekly 800, weekly 600 circulation. 
ST. HYACINTHE, Gazette de St. Hya- 
cinthe ; semi-weekly ; Mondays and Thurs- 
days; French; four pages; size 23x33; sub- 
scription $2; established 1868; A. S. C. Papin- 
eau, publisher. 
ST. HTACOTHE Le Courrier ; {no report.) 
ST. JOH1YS, News and Frontier Advocate ; 
Fridays ; four pages ; size 27x42 ; subscription 
$1 50; established 1848; Smith & Co., editors 
and publishers; published simultaneously at 
St. Johns and Freleighsburgh ; claims 2,400 
circulation. 
SHERBBOOKE Gazette; Saturdays; four 
pages; size 26x41; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1833 ; J. S. Walton, editor and publisher ; 
claims 1,900 circulation. 
SHERBBOOKE, Le Pioneer; {no report.) 
SOREL Advertiser; {no report.) 
SOREL, La Gazette de Sorel ; semi-weekly; 
Wednesdays and Saturdays; French; four 
pages ; size 24x34 ; subscription $2 ; established 
1856; G. I Barthe, editor and publisher; claims 
1,100 circulation. 
SOREL, Pilot; Saturdays; four pages; size 
18x22; subscription $1 ; established 1848; G.I. 
Barthe, editor and publisher; claims 400 circu- 
lation. 
STANSTEAB Journal; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 28x42; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1845; L. R. Robinson, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 2,000 circulation. 
SWEETSBCRGM, IMstrict of Bedford 
Times ; Fridays ; four pages ; size 26x40 ; sub- 
scription $2; established 1865; H. Rose, editor 
and publisher. 
THREE RIVERS Enquirer ; (wo report.) 
THREE RIVERS Journal ; {no report.) 
WATERLOO Advertiser; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 24x36; subscription $1 50; estab- 
lished 1856; J. P. Noyes, editor; Carpentier, 
Noyes& Co., publishers; claims 980 circulation. 



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BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



BABKERVILLE Sentinel; weekly; {no re- 

jiort.) 

NEW WESTMINSTER, British Colum- 
bian; semi-weekly; Wednesdays and Satur- 
days; independent; four pages; size 22x32; 
subscription *9 50; established L861; John 
Robson, editor and publisher; issued only 
once a week during the winter months ; claim's 
son circulation. 

VICTORIA, British Colonist and Victoria 
Chronicle ; every morning except Sunday, 
and Weekly, Saturdays; dailv four page's, 
weekly eight pages; size— daily 23x32, weekly 
38x42; subscription— daily sit, weekly $0; es- 
tablished 1868; Higgins & Long, editors and 
publishers. 



VICTORIA, Morning News ; Sundays; {no 

report.) 
YALE Examiner; weekly; {no report.) 



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HARBOR GRACE Standard ; Wednesdays ; 
subscription 20s.; Wm. Squarey, editor and 
publi sher . 

ST. JOHNS Chronicle ; every morning except 
Sunday; subscription 25s.; Francis Winton, 
editor and publisher. 

ST. JOHNS, Public Ledger ; every day 
except Sunday, anil Weekly, Wednesdays; 
daily four pages, weekly eight pages; size 
20x26; subscription-— daily go, weekly $2; 
Adam Scott, editor; F. W. Bowden, pub- 
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ST. JOHXS, Newfoundland Express; tri- 
weekly; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 
subscription 20s.; James Seaton, editor and 
publisher. 

ST. JOHNS News; tri-weekly; Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays; subscription 25s. ; 
Robert Winton, publisher and proprietor. 

ST. JOHNS Courier; semi-weekly; Wednes- 
days and Saturdays; subscription 20s.; Jos. 
Woods, editor and publisher. 

ST. JOHNS, Newfoundlander ; semi-weekly ; 
Tuesdays and Fridays ; subscription 21s. ; Ed- 
ward Dalton Shea, editor and publisher. 

ST. JOHNS, Times <&. General Commercial 
Gazette; semi-weekly; Wednesdays and Sat- 
urdays; four pages; size 20x20; subscription 
21s.; established 1832; John Williams Mc- 
Coubrev. editor and publisher. 

ST. JOHNS Patriot; Saturdays; subscrip- 
tion 20s.; R. J. Parsons, editor and pub- 
lisher. 

ST. JOHNS, Royal Gazette and New-found- 
land Advertiser; Tuesdays: four pages; 
size 20x20; subscription $4 20; established 
1807; J. C. Withers, editor and publisher; 
claims about 200 circulation. 

ST. JOHNS Telegx-apli ; Wednesdays; four 
pages; size 26x10; subscription $2 ; established 
1856; Jolm Thomas Burton, editor anil pub- 
lisher. 

ST. JOHNS, Commercial Journal ; semi- 
monthly. 



NE WFO UNDLA ND . 



ST. JOHNS, Temperance Journal ; semi- 
monthly ; temperance; eight pages; subscrip- 
tion $1 50; established 1868; W. D. Morison, 
publisher; claims 400 circulation. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

CIIAKLOTTETOWV, Patriot; semi-weekly ; 
Thursdays and Saturdays; four pages; size 
22x35; subscription $2; established 1859 ; David 
Laird, editor and proprietor; claims 1,500 cir- 
culation. 

CHAREOTTETOWN, Examiner ; Mondays ; 
four pages; size 28x36; subscription 15s.; Wal- 
ter C. Grant, editor and publisher. 

CHAREOTTETOWN, Herald; Wednesdays ; 
four pages; size 24x36; subscription 9s.; Ed- 
ward Reillv, editor and proprietor. 

CHARLOTTETOWN, Islander; Fridays; 
four pages; size 26x37; subscription $2; es- 
tablished 1842; John Ings, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,300 circulation. 

CHARLOTTETOYVN, North Star; Tuesdays ; 
four pages; size 24x32; subscription $2; John 
Ross, editor and publisher. 

SUJIMERSIDE Journal; Thursdays; four 
pages; size 24x34; subscription $i; estab- 
lished 18!>5 ; Joseph Bertram, editor and pub- 
lisher; claims 1,600 circulation. 

SUMMERSIBE Progress ; Mondays ; four 
pages; size 24x32; subscription $1; Thomas 
Kirwan, editor and publisher. 



II. 



A LIST OF TOWNS AM) CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES AM) TERRITORIES, THE DOMINION OF CANADA 
AND THE BRITISH COLONIES, IN WHICH NEWSPAPERS AND OTHER PERIODICALS ARE PUBLISHED ; 
UJRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY COUNTIES, GIVING I'OI'ULATION,* LOCATION, BRANCH OF INDUS- 
TRY FROM WHICH IT DERIVES ITS IMPORTANCE, ETC. 



ALABAMA. 



AUTAUGA CO — Pop. 16,739.* 

Prattsville , a town of 5,000* pop., about 14 
miles N.W. of Montgomery. 

BABBOIB CO Pop. 35,999. 

Clayton, a town of 800 pop., 75 miles X. E. of 

Montgomery. 
Enfaula, a town of 3,300* pop., on Chattahoo- 
chee River, at terminus of South-western Rail- 
road, a large cotton shipping point, 142 miles 
from Macon, Ga. 

BUTLER CO.— Pop. 39,999. 
Greenville, a town of 7,000 pop., on the Mobile 
& Great Northern Railroad, 45 miles from 
Montgomerv. 

CALIIOUIV CO Pop. 31,539.* 

Jacksonville, a town of 1,200* pop., about 125 
miles N. by E. of Montgomery. 

CHAMBERS CO.— Pop. 33,314.* 
LaFayette, a town of 1,113* pop., 104 miles E. 
by S. of Tuscaloosa. 

CEEROHKE CO.— Pop. 18, SCO.* 
Centre, a town of 2,500* pop., on Coosa River, 

140 miles N. by E. of Montgomery. 
Gadsden, a town of 3,000 pop., on Coosa River, 
a cotton growing district, 130 miles from Mont- 
gomerv. 

CHOCTAW CO — Pop. 13,877.* 
Butler, a town of 4,000* pop., 12 miles W. of 
Tombigbee River, and 100 miles W. by E. of 
Montgomery. 

CONECUH CO.— Pop. 11,511.* 
Evergreen, a town of 1,700* pop., on the Mobile 
& Great Northern Railroad, S2 miles from 
Montgomery. 

COOSA CO Pop. 19,733.* 

Wetnmpka, a city of G,000* pop., near Coosa 
River, the center of a fine cotton growing dis- 
trict, about 14 miles N. by E. of Montgomery. 

BALE CO Pop. 13,195.* 

IVewton, a town of 2,300* pop., on the Choctaw- 
hatchee River, 85 miles S. by E. of Mont- 
gomery. 

DALLAS CO.— Pop. 33,635.* 
Cambridge, a town of 5,000* pop., about 25 miles 

8. W. of selma. 
Selma, a town of 10,000 pop., on Alabama River, 
surrounded by a fertile cotton growing dis- 
trict, tin- center of a large trade, and connect- 
ed by railroads with Montgomery and Meri- 
dian, Miss. 

OeKALR CO.— Pop. 19,795.* 
Lebanon, a town of 1,200 pop., on Rig Wills 
Creek, 100 miles N. of Montgomerv. 

FAYETTE CO.— Pop. 13.859.* 

Fayette, a town of UjOOpqp., near Sipsey River, 

about no miles N.W. of Montgomery. 

FRAAKLIS CO.— Pop. 1H,637.* 

Tuscnrabia, a town of 6,000* pop., near Tennes- 



ALABAMA. 



see River, on the Memphis & Charleston Rail- 
road, 145 miles from Memphis, Tenn. 

UREEiYE CO Pop. 39,859.* 

Eutaw, a town of 2,000 pop., in a rich and fer- 
tile cotton growing district, 105 miles W. by N. 
of Montgomery. 
Greensborough, a town of $3,000* pop., the cen- 
ter of considerable trade, surrounded by cot- 
ton plantations, and 18 miles E. of Eutaw. 

HESBY CO Pop. 1 1,918.* 

Abbeville, a town of 500 pop., about 90 miles 
S. E. of Montgomery. 

JACKSOJV CO.— Pop. 18,383.* 
Stevenson, a town of 2,500* pop., on the Mem- 
phis & Charleston Railroad, at junction of the 
Nashville & Chattanooga Railroad, 38 miles 
from Chattanooga. 

JEFFEKSOIV CO — Pop. 11,746.* 
Elyton, a town of 500 pop., 100 miles N. by W. 
of Montgomery. 

LACDEBDALE CO — Pop. 13,000. 
Florence, a town of 2,000 pop., on Tennes- 
see River, at the head of navigation ; the 
principal shipping point for the county and 
adjoining towns in Tennessee; a branch rail- 
road crosses the river, connecting with the 
Memphis & Charleston Railroad at Tuscumbia. 
LAWREIVCE CO.— Pop. 13,000. 
Moulton, a town of 700 pop,, about 15 miles 
from the Memphis & Charleston Railroad,and 
about 165 miles N. bv W. of Montgomery. 

LIMESTONE CO Pop. 35, 999. 

Athens, a town of 1,200 pop., on the Nashville & 
Decatur Railroad, 15 miles from Decatur. 

LOW1VDES CO Pop. 37,716.* 

Hayncville, a town of 800* pop., 23 miles from 
Montgomery. 

MACOJV CO.— Pop. 36,893.* 
IVotasulga, a town of 000 pop., on the Mont- 
gomery & West Point Railroad, 48 miles from 
Montgomery. 
Tuskegee, a "town of 2,000* pop., 40 miles from 
Montgomery and 10 miles from the line, of the 
Montgomery & West Point Railroad. 
I iiimi Springs, a town of 1,500* pop., on the 
Mobile & Girard Railroad, 52 miles from Co- 
lumbus, Ga. 

IWAIMSOIV CO Pop. 36,999. 

Hsintsville, a town of 500 pop., the center of a 
large trade, on the Memphis & Charleston 
Railroad. 

MABEiVGO CO — Pop. 39,999. 
Beinopolls, a town of 3,500 pop., on the Tom- 
bigbee River, an important cotton growing 
and cotton shipping point, 50 miles from Sel- 
ma, near the Selma & Meridian Railroad. 
MOBILE CO.— Pop. 41,131.* 
Mobile, a city of 50,000 pop., on Mobile River, 



Note.— The papulation marked with a star (*), is taken from the Census Report of 1800; in all other cases it is the estimate of 
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ARKANSAS. 



near its entrance into Mobile Bay, extensive- 
ly engaged in foreign and domestic com- 
merce, and, next to New Orleans, the largest 
cotton market in the United States. Regular 
lines of steamboats run from here to the va- 
rious points on the Alabama and Tombigbee 
Rivers, and to New Orleans. The Southern 
terminus of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad, 
which connects with the Illinois Central 
Railroad at Cairo, forming a continuous line 
from the Gulf to the Lakes. The Mobile & 
Great Northern Railroad connects with Mont- 
gomery and other points North and East. 
The largest citv in the State. 

MOIVBOE CO Pop. 10,000. 

Monroeville, a town of 1,000* pop., 10 miles 

from Claiborne. 
Claiborne, a town of 1,000 pop., on Alabama 
River, about 70 miles from Mobile. 

MONTGOMERY CO — Pop. 40,000. 
Montgomery, the State Capitol, a city of 18,300 
pop., on Alabama River, 107 miles N. E. of 
Mobile, extensively engaged in the cotton 
trade, shipping large quantities to Mobile by 
steamboat. The second city in the State in 
population and business importance. 
MORGAN CO — Pop. 11,335.* 
Decatur, a town of 1,500* pop., on the Memphis 
& Charleston Railroad, at junction of the 
Nashville & Decatur Railroad. 

PERRY CO Pop. 25,000. 

Marion, a town of 4,000 pop., about 25 miles 

N. W. of Selma. 
TTniontoivn, a town of 1,000* pop., on the Sel- 
ma & Meridian Railroad, 30 miles from Selma. 

PICKENS CO Pop. 8,000. 

Carrollton, a town of 1,000 pop., about 30 miles 
W. of Tuscaloosa. 

PIKE CO Pop. 34,435.* 

Monticello, a town of 2,500 pop., about 50 miles 

S. E. of Montgomery. 
Troy, a town of 2,000 pop., 15 miles W. of Mon- 
ticello. 

BUSSELL CO — Pop. 20,592.* 
Opelika, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Montgom- 
ery & West Point Railroad. 01 miles from 
Montgomery. 

SUMTER CO.— Pop. 24,03:5.* 
Gainesville, a town of 1,500 pop., on Tombig- 
bee River, 54 miles from Tuscaloosa. 
Livingston, a town of 1,800 pop., about 15 
miles from the line of the Selma & Meridian 
Railroad, about 80 miles W. of Selma. 
TALLADEGA CO.— Pop. 3,000. 
Talladega, a town of 1,250 pop., on the Selma, 
Rome & Dalton Railroad, 109 miles from 
Selma. 

TALLAPOOSA CO — Pop. 35.000. 
Radeville, a town of 700 pop., about 50 miles 
N. E. of Montgomery. 

TUSCALOOSA Co.— Pop. 25,000. 
Tuscaloosa, a town of 5,000 pop., on Black 
Warrior River, at the head of steamboat nav- 
igation, surrounded by a rich and fertile cot- 
ton growing district, and one of the most im- 
portant places in the State. Large quantities 
of cotton are shipped down the river from 
this point. 

WALKER CO Pop. 7,461.* 

Jasper, a town of 1,500 pop., 50 miles N. N. E. 
of Tuscaloosa. 

WILCOX CO — Pop. 24,618.* 
Camden, a town of 2,000 pop., near Alabama 
River, about 30 miles S. by W. of Selma, and 
a place of considerable trade. 



ARKANSAS. 



ARKANSAS CO — Pop. 8,844.* 
DeWitt, a town of 1,000 pop., on Arkansas 
River, 70 miles S. E. of Little Rock. 

ASHLEY CO.— Pop. 8,500.* 
Hamburg, a town of 1,500 pop., about 110 miles 
S. by E. of Little Rock. 

BENTON CO — Pop. 7,000. 
Bentonville, a town of 1,500 pop., 225 miles 
N. W. of Little Rock. 

CLARK CO — Pop. 9,735.* 
Arkadelpnia, a town of 817* pop., on Ouachita 
River, 75 miles S. by W. of Little Rock. 



COLUMBIA CO Pop. 20,000* 

Magnolia, a town of 700 pop., 120 miles S. by W. 
of Little Rock. 

CBAIGHEA1) CO Pop. 5,COO. 

Jonesboro', a town of 800 pop., 110 miles N. E. 
of Little Rock. 

CRAWFORD CO Pop. 7,850.* 

Van Rnren, a town of 909* pop, on Arkansas 
River, 160 miles W. by N. of Little Rock, the 
center of a large and flourishing trade. 

DREW CO Pop. 12,000. 

Monticello, a town of 1,000 pop., 85 miles S. by 
E. of Little Rock. 

HEMPSTEAD CO.— Pop. 13,989.* 
Washington, a town of 2,000 pop., 125 miles 
S. W. of Little Rock. 

INDEPENDENCE CO.— Pop. 14,307.* 
Batesville, a town of 670* pop., on White River, 
90 miles N. by E. of Little Rock. Steamboats 
ascend the river to this point. The center of 
an active trade. 

JACKSON CO — Pop. 12,000. 
Jacksonport, a town of 1,000 pop., at the con- 
fluence of Black and White Rivers, about 25 
miles N. of Augusta. 

JEFFERSON CO — Pop. 20,000. 
Pine Bluff, a town of 4,000 pop., on Arkansas 
River, 48 miles from Little Rock. 

JOHNSON CO Pop. 7,612.* 

Clarksville, a town of 464 pop., on Spadra 
Creek, 100 miles N. W. of Little Rock. 
LAWRENCE CO — Pop. 8,875.* 
Smithville, a town of 800 pop., about 125 miles 
N. N. E. of Little Rock. 

OUACHITA CO — Pop. 12,000. 
Camden, a town of 3 ,000 pop . , on Ouachita River, 
110 miles S. by W. of Little Rock. Steamboats 
ascend the river to this point, making it a 
place of active trade. 

PHILLIPS CO.— Pop. 14,876.* 
Helena, a town of 2,500 pop., on Mississippi 
River, 80 miles below Memphis. 

PRAIRIE CO — Pop. 15,000. 
Des Arc, a town of 1,000 pop., on White River, 
50 miles N. E. of Little Rock. 

PULASKI CO — Pop 30,000. 
Little Rock, the State capital, a town of 15,000 
pop., on Arkansas River, 300 miles from its 
mouth. Steamboats connect with various 
points on the Arkansas and Mississippi Rivers. 
A place of active trade. 

RANDOLPH CO.— Pop. 6,261.* 
Pocaliontas, a town of 1,500 pop., on Black 
River, 145 miles N. E. of Little Rock. The 
river is navigable to this point. 

SEBASTIAN CO — Pop. 8,000. 
Fort Smith, a town of 4,000 pop., on Arkansas 
River, 163 miles W. by N. .of Little Rock, the 
center of a laree trade. 

WASHINGTON CO.— Pop. 7,500. 
Fayetteville, a town of 1,500 pop., 200 miles 
N.W. of Little Rock. 

WHITE CO Pop. 7,000. 

Searcy, a town of 1,500 pop., about 50 miles 
N. E. of Little Rock. 

CALIFORNIA. 

ALAMEDA CO — Pop. 22,000. 

Oakland, a city of 12,000 poll., on San Fran- 
cisco Bay, opposite and 7 miles from San 
Francisco, in a fine agricultural district. 

San Leandro, a town of 2,300 pop., about 7 
miles S. of Oakland. 

ALPINE CO Pop. 1,200. 

Monitor, a town of 300 pop., in a mining dis- 
trict, 8 miles N. of Silver Mountain. 

Silver Mountain, a town of 300 pop., in a min- 
ing district, about 100 miles E. of Sacramento. 
AMADOR CO Pop. 12.000. 

Jackson, a town of 1,200 pop., in a mining dis- 
trict, about 40 miles S. E. of Sacramento. 
BUTTE CO.— Pop. 13.500. 

Chico, a town of 1,000 pop., on Chico Creek, 75 
miles N. of Sacramento, center of a flourish- 
ing farming community, and enjoys a good 
local trade with the mining districts. 

Oroville, a town of 3,000 pop., on Feather 
River and the California Northern Railroad, 75 
miles from Sacramento. 



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CAI.AVI'.KAS CO Pop. IO,NOO. 

Mokrluiuut' Hill, ;i town of 1/200 pop., 50 
miles from Stockt< m. 

COLUSA CO l»op. 5,000. 

Colusa, a town Of 800 pop., near Sacramen- 
to River, 50 miles N. by W. of Sacramento. 
Engaged in agricultural and stock raising. 
CONTRA COSTA CO.— Pop. I«,000. 

Alamo, a town of 900 pop., -J.") miles N. E. of 
San Francisco. Engaged In agricultural, 
stoek raising and coal mining. 

Martinez, a town of 400 pop., on the S. of the 
Straits of Carquinez, and 30 miles N. E. of San 
Francisco. 

Pacheo, a town of 800 pop., 5 miles E. of Mar- 
tinez, at the tieadof navigation on the Pacheo 
Slough. 

EL DORADO CO — Pop. 18,000. 

Placcrville, a town of 4,500 pop., 50 miles E. 
by N of Sacramento, to which it, is connected 
by Railroad. 

HUMBOLDT CO.— Pop. 0,500. 

Eureka, a town of l,«)0 pop., engaged in agri- 
cultural and lumbering, situated on Hum- 
boldt Bay, seven miles from the sea and 225 
miles N. Of San Francisco. 

HERS CO.— Pop. 4,500. 

Havilali, a town of 800 pop., in a mining dis- 
trict. 

LAKE CO Pop. 5,500. 

Lakeport, a town of 900 pop., in an agricult- 
ural district, on Clear Lake, 1)0 miles N. by W. 
of San Francisco. 

LASSES CO — Pop. 4,500. 

Snsanville, a town of 900 pop., on Susan River, 
150 miles from Sacramento. 

LOS ASGELES CO — Pop. 20,000. 

Los Angeles, a city of 0,000 pop., a wine grow- 
ing district, on Los Angeles River, 10 miles 
from the sea and 440 miles S. E. of San Fran- 

CISCO 

MARIN CO Pop. 7,000. 

San Rafael, a town of 2,500 pop., in an agri- 
cultural and stock raising district, on the W. 
side of San Pablo Straits, 10 miles N. of San 
Francisco. 

MARIPOSA CO Pop. 5,000. 

Mariposa, a town of 000 pop., engaged in min- 
ing, situated 91 miles S. E. of Stockton. 
MENDOCINO CO.— Pop. i>,000, 

Ukiah City, a town of 700 pop., engaged in 
lumbering on Russian River, about 00 miles 
N. by W". of San Francisco. 

MERCED CO — Pop. 3,000. 

Snelling, a town of 300 pop., on Merced River, 
about 40 miles S. E. of Stockton. 

MONTEREY CO.— Pop. 9,500. 

Monterey, a city of 2,000 pop., engaged in 
sheep and slock raising, situated on Monte- 
rey Bay, 94 miles S. by E. of San Francisco. 
NAPA CO Pop. 0,000. 

Napa City, a town of 2,000 pop., engaged in ag- 
riculture and wine growing on Napa Creek, 
45 miles N. E. of San Francisco. 

A EVAJDA CO.— Pop. 20,000. 

Grass Valley, a town of 0,500 pop., in a mining 
district, about 60 miles N. E. of Sacramento. 

Nevada City, a town of 4,000 pop., in a mining 
district, <;."> miles X. by E. of Sacramento. 
PLACER CO.— Pop. 13,000. 

Auburn, a town of 1,500 pop., in a mining dis- 
trict, near the Central Pacific Railroad, 35 
miles X. 10 of Sacramento. 

PLUMAS CO Pop. 4,500. 

Qnincy, a town of 000 pop., engaged in agri- 
cultural, mining and lumbering, situated 250 
miles X. N. E. of San Francisco. 

SACRAMENTO CO Pop. :tO,000. 

Folsom City, a town of 2,500 pop., in an agri- 
cultural and mining district, on American 
River, 22 miles X. by Fast of Sacramento. 

Sacramento, State Capital and County Seat, 
a city Of 20,000 pop., on Sacramento River, 
120 miles N. E. of San Francisco. The termi- 
nus of the Central Pacific Railroad, and a 
city of great commercial importance, it being 
accessible for steamers and sailing vessels, 
and the center of a very large trade. The 
second city in the state in population and 
commercial importance. 



CALlFOltNlA. 



SAN BKRNARDO CO Pop. 7,000. 

San Bernardo, a town of 2,000 pop., In an agri- 
cultural district, about 60 miles E. Of LOS An- 
geles and ISO miles S. by E. of San Fran- 
cisco. 

SAN DIEGO CO Pop. 0,:tOO. 

San Diego, a town of 1,000 pop., on San Diego 
Bay, about 150 miles from San B'rancisco, 
SAN FRANCISCO CO — Pop. 15S.OOO. 

San Francisco, a city of 153,000 pop., the great 
metropolis of the Pacific Coast, situated on 
San FxanciSCO Bay. It has one of the finest 
harbors in the world, and is very extensive- 
ly engaged in foreign and domestic com- 
merce. The great depot for all imports and 
exports, the railroads from diil'en nl p. iris of 
the state centering here. The largest city 
West of the Rocky Mountains and about the 
tenth city in the United states. 

SAN JOAQUIN CO — Pop. 20.0DO. 

Stockton, a city of 7,000 pop., in an agricult 
ural district, situated 3 miles from the San 
Joaquin River, to which it is connected by a 
navigable creek. It is 130 miles E. by S. of 
San Francisco. 

Woodbridge, a town of COO pop., on the Moke- 
luinne River, 14 miles X T . of Stockton. 
SAN LITIS OBISPO CO.— Pop. 4,000. 

San Euis Obispo, a town of 1,200 pop., en- 
gaged in stock raising, situated 9 miles from 
San Luis Obispo Bay and 250 miles S. E. of 
San Francisco. 

SAN MATEO CO — Pop. 8,000. 

Redwood, a town of 1,200 pop., engaged in ag- 
riculture and lumbering, situated 20 miles S. 
of San Francisco, on the San Francisco & San 
Jose Railroad. County seat. 
SANTA BARBARA CO — Pop. O.OOO. 

Santa Barbara, a town of 1,000 pop., engaged 
in stock raising, situated near the coast and 
between San Luis Obispo and Los Angeles, 
279 miles S. E. of San Francisco. 

SANTA CLARA CO — Pop. 3,500. 

San Jose, a city of 8,000 pop., extensively en- 
gaged in fruit and grain growing, situated on 
Guadalupe River, 51 miles S. by E. of San 
Francisco, to which it is connected by rail- 
road. 

Santa Clara, a town of 3,000 pop , 3 miles from 
San Jose, on the railroad to San Francisco, 
48 miles from the latter. 

Gilroy, a town of 1,800 pop., the center of a 
considerable trade, 30 miles S. E. of San Jose. 
SANTA CRITZ CO — Pop. 12,000. 

Santa Cruz, a town of 2,000 pop., engaged in 
manufacturing, situated on the N. side of Bay 
of Monterey, 5'J miles S. by E. of San Fran- 
cisco. 

Watsonville, a town of 900 pop., 19 miles S. E. 
of Santa Cruz. 

SHASTA CO — Pop. 0,000. 

Sliasta, a town of 2,200 pop., engaged in manu- 
facturing, and an important supply point for 
a large mining district, 180 miles from Sacra- 
mento. 

SIERRA CO — Pop. T.OOO. 

Downieville, a town of 1.500 pop., in a mining 
district on North Yuba River, about 90 miles 
N. E. of Sacramento. 

Truckee, a town of 1.200 pop., on the Central 
Pacific Railroad, near the Nevada line. 
SISKIYOU CO — Pop. 0,000. 

Yreka, a town of 1,100 pop., engaged in agricult- 
ure and mining, situated about 200 miles N. 
of Sacramento. 

SOLANO CO — Pop. 21,000. 

Benicia, a town of 1,800 pop., in a line agricult- 
ural district. The seat of several literary 
institutions. 

Suisun, a town of 1,500 pop., 51 miles N. E. of 
San Francisco, to which steamers run daily, 
making it the principal shipping point in the 
county. 

Vallejo, a town of 4.500 pop., on San Pablo 
Bay, at the terminus Of the California Pacific. 
Railroad. It has a line harbor, accessible for 
the largest ships. The U. 8. Navy Yard is lo- 
cated on Mare Island directly opposite. 
SANOMA CO Pop. 31,000. 

Healdsburgh, a town of 1,700 pop., engaged in 



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wine culture, situated on Russian River,' 70 
miles N. of San Francisco. 

Petaluma, a town of 5,000 pop., engaged in 
manufacturing, and situated on Petaluma 
Creek, 10 miles from San Pablo Bay, and 45 
miles N. of San Francisco, to which it is con- 
nected by a daily line of steamers. 

Santa Rosa, a town of 2,100 pop., on Santa Rosa 
Creek, 60 miles N. of San Francisco. 

STAXISLAUS CO — Pop. »,50i>. 

Tuolumne, a town of (500 pop., in an agricult- 
ural district on Tuolumne River, 80 miles E. 
by S. of San Francisco. 

SUTTER CO Pop. G,000. 

Yuba City, a town of GOO pop., in a rich agri- 
cultural district on Feather River, near 
Marysville. 

TEHAMA CO Pop. 7,SOO. 

Red Bluff, a town of 3,000 pop., engaged in 
farming and stock-raising, situated on Sac- 
ramento River, at the head of navigation, 
145 miles from Sacramento. 

TRIA'ITY CO Pop. 4,000. 

Weaverville, a town of 1.200 pop., in a mining 
district, 180 miles N. by W . of Sacramento. 
TULARE CO.— Pop. G,500. 

Visalia, a town of 1,300 pop., in an agricultural 
district, 18 miles X. E. of Tulare Lake, and 
about 200 miles S. by E. of Sacramento. 
TIOLUJIAE CO Pop. 15,000. 

Sonora, a town of 2,500 pop., the center of a 
large mining trade, 130 miles E. of San Fran- 
cisco. 

YOLO CO Pop. 11,000. 

Woodland, a town of 1,500 pop., inan agricult- 
ural district, 18 miles X. of Sacramento. 
YUBA CO.— Pop. 16,000. 

Marysville, a city of 9,000 pop., on Feather 
River, at the head of navigation, and 45 miles 
X. of Sacramento, a place of active manfact- 
uring business and center of a large trade. 



CONNECTICUT. 



CONNECTICUT. 



FA1RFIELR CO.— Pop. 100,000. 

Bridgeport, a city of 20,000 pop., on Long 
Island Sound ancl the Xew Haven Railroad. 
Engaged in manufactures and coast trade. 

Daubory, a town of 9,500 pop., on Salt River, 
at the terminus of the Danbury & Xorwalk 
Railroad. Extensively engaged in manufact- 
ures, the principal of "which is hats. 

IVor-walk;, a town of 15,000 pop., on Xorwalk 
River and the Xew York & Xew Haven Rail- 
road, 38 miles from Xew York. Extensively en- 
gaged in manufactures. 

South Port, a town of 1,200 pop., on the Xew 
York & Xew Haven Railroad, 24 miles S. W. of 
New Haven. It has a line harbor. 

Stamford, a town of 7,185* pop., on the Xew 
Y'ork & Xew Haven Railroad, 32 miles from 
Xew York. Engaged in manufactures and 
coast trade. 

Westport, a town of 3,293* pop., on Long Island 
Sound, 28 miles S. W . of New Haven. It is a 
place of active trade. 

HARTFORD CO Pop. lOO.OOO. 

Hartford, semi-State Capital, a city of 45,000 
pop., on Connecticut River, at the head of 
sloop navigation. Extensively engaged in 
commerce and manufactures. Several very 
large book publishing houses are located here. 
The largest city in the State, excepting Xew 
Haven. 

IVew Britain, a town of 5,212* pop., 10 miles 
from Hartford. Extensively engaged in man- 
ufacturing hardware, jewelry, and other ar- 
ticles. 

HTCIIFIEL1) CO Pop. 47,781. 

Kent, a town of 1,855* pop., on Housatonic 

River and Railroad, 45 miles VV. of Hartford. 
Litchfield, a town of 5,000 pop., 30 miles from 
Hartford. Engaged in manufactures, and cen- 
ter of considerable trade. 
\Yinsted, a town of 6,500 pop., at the terminus 
of the Xaugatuck Railroad. Extensively en- 
gaged in manufacturing. 

MIDDLESEX CO Pop. 30,859.* 

Middletown, a town of 10,000 pop., on Con- 
necticut River, 35 miles from Long Island 



Sound. Sonle ship building is done here. Ex- 
tensively engaged in various manufactures. 
JVEW HAVES CO.— Pop. 100,000. 

IVew Haven, semi-State Capital, a city of 
50,000 pop., at the head of Xew Haven Bay. 
Engaged in commerce and manufactures. The 
largest city in the state, and the third in New 
England. Seat of Y'ale College. 

Watertmry, a city of 15,000 pop., on the Xauga- 
tuck Railroad, 20miles from New Haven. Ex- 
tensively engaged in the manufacture of brass, 
German silver, buttons, and various other 
articles. 

West Meriden, a town of 10,000 pop., on the 
Hartford & Xew Haven R. R., 16 miles from New 
Haven. Principally engaged in manufactures. 
JVEW LOXDOIV CO.— Pop. 05,000. 

Mystic Bridge, a village of 6,000 pop., on Mys- 
tic River and the Stonington Railroad, in 
Stonington township. 

IVew London, a city of 13,000 pop., on Thames 
River, and having 'one of the finest harbors 
on the coast. Extensively engaged in com- 
merce and manufacturing. 

IVorwieh, a city of 20,000 pop., at the head of 
navigation on Thames River, 13 miles from 
New London, and intersected by several rail- 
roads. A line of steamers make daily trips 
between here and Xew Y'ork. Extensively 
engaged in commerce and manufactures. 
TOLLAJVD CO Pop. 28,000. 

Rockville, a village of 6,000 pop., in Vernon 
township. A thriving village, principally en- 
gaged in manufactures. 

Stafford Springs, a village of 4,000 pop., in 
Stafford township. 

South Coventry, a town of 2,000 pop., on the 
New London, Willimantic & Palmer Railroad, 
30 miles E. of Hartford. Extensively engaged 
in manufactures. 

WIADHAM CO Pop. .10,000. 

Danielsonville, a village of 6,000 pop., in Kil- 
lingly township, on the Norwich & Worcester 
P. R, 30 miles from Norwich. A thriving place, 
engaged in cotton and woolen manufacture. 

Willimantic, a village of 5,000 pop., in Wind- 
ham township, on Willimantic River. En- 
gaged in cotton manufacture, falls in the river 
furnishing extensive power. 



DEL A WARE. 



REST CO Pop. 33,000. 

Clayton, a town of 2,000 pop., about 25 miles 
from Dover. 

Dover, State Capitol, a town of 4,328* pop., on 
Delaware Railroad, 50 miles from Wilmington 
and 5 miles from Delaware Bay. 

Milford, a town of 4,500 pop., on Delaware Rail- 
road, 68 miles from Wilmington, and next 
largest place in the State. The center of a 
floui'ishing trade. 

Smyrna, a town of 3.300 pop., on Delaware Rail- 
road, 36 miles from Wilmington. 

IVEW CASTLE CO Pop. 55,000. 

Wilmington, a city of 30,000 pop., near the 
.i unction of Delaware and Brandy wine Rivers. 
The metropolis of the State and largest city. 
Extensively engaged in various manufact- 
ures. The Philadelphia, Wilmington & Bal- 
timore Railroad connects with all the impor- 
tant cities North and South, and the Delaware 
Railroad extends from here through the State 
to Salisbury, Maryland. 

SUSSEX CO Pop. 28,274.* 

Georgetown, a town of 1,800 pop., 36 miles from 
Dover. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Georgetown, a city of 16,000 pop., on Poto- 
mac River, just above Washington, and sepa- 
rated from it by Rock Creek. Extensively en 
gaged in manufacturing. 

Washington, Capitol of Ihe United States, a 
city of 110,000 pop., on Potomac Elver. The 
great political center of the United States, 
containing the capitol and department build- 
ings. A city of great activity, especially dur- 
ing the sessions of Congress. 




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FLORIDA. 



m'v.tii co i'op. 15.000. 

Jacksonville, :i town OI 6,000 pop., Oil St. 

Johns River, ;ii the Eastern terminus of the 
Florida Central Railroad. Tin- center of a 
large trade. 

ESCAMBIA CO.— Pop. LO,000. 
Pensacola. a town of 1,600 pop., on Pensacola 
Baj . ii' miles from the Gulf of Mexico. It has 
a ftne harbor, and Is extensively engaged in 

commerce and trade. 

KKA.\'1(L1.\ CO — Pop. 1,994.* 
Apalachicola, a town of 1,904 pop., at the 
mouth of a river by the same name, it has a 
good harbor and is an important shipping 
point for cotton. 

GADSDEN CO.— Pop. 9,396.* 
Quint y, a town of 1,100 pop., on the Pensacola & 

Georgia Railroad, 21 miles from Tallahassee. 
]iii,L.sitoito('4>ii co — Pop. 3.500. 

Tninpu, a town of 1,500 pop., on Tampa Bay. 
It has a good harbor. 

JACKSON CO — Pop. 8.O0O. 
Mnri.inna, a town of 700 pop., about 72 miles 
\V. bv N. of Tallahassee. 

JEFFERSON CO.— Pop. 9,876.* 
Montieello, a town of 1.083* pop., on a Branch 
of the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad, 31 miles 
from Tallahassee. 

LKO,\ CO Pop. 12,313.* 

Tallahassee, State Capital, a city of 1,932* pop., 
on the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad, at the 
junction of the Tallahassee Railroad. The 
center of a large trade. 

MADISON CO — Pop. 7,779.* 
Madison, a town of 1,000 pop., on the Pensacola 
& Georgia Railroad, 56 miles from Tallahassee. 
NASSAU CO — Pop. 3,64-1.* 
Fernamlina, a town of 1,390* pop., on Amelia 
Island and St. Mary's Bay, bavins a fine harbor 
and considerable trade. The Eastern terminus 
of the Florida Railroad. 

ST. JOHNS CO.— Pop. 3,038.* 
St. Augustine, a city of 2,500 pop., on Matan- 
zas Sound. One of 'the largest cities in the 
State, and having considerable trade. 



GEORGIA. 



GEORGIA. 



BAKER CO — Pop. 4,985.* 

Albany^ a town of 1,618* pop., on Flint, River. 
It is an important shipping point for cotton, 
steamboats connecting it with the Gulf of 
.Mexico. 

BALDWIN CO Pop. 7,000. 

Milledgeville, State Capital, a town of 3,000 
pop., on Oconee River and on the Milledge- 
ville & Eatonton Branch of the Central Rail- 
road, 30 miles from Macon. 

BIBB CO Pop. 35,060. 

Macon, a city of 1(5,000, on the Ocmulgee River, 
at the crossing of the Central Railroad. Steam- 
boats ascend the river to this point. Centre 
of a large and nourishing trade, and one of 
the largest cities in the State. 

1* BOOKS CO.— Pop. 6,356.* 

Quitman, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Atlantic 
& Gulf Railroad, 174 miles from Savannah. 
CASS CO Pop. 15,724.* 

Cartersville, a town of 1,200 pop., on the West- 
ern & Atlantic Railroad, 17 miles from At- 
lanta. 

CHATHAM CO — Pop. 70,000. 

Savannah, a city of 40,000 pop., on Savan- 
nah River, is miles from its mouth. It is a 
great railroad center, and is extensively en- 
gaged in foreign and domestic commerce. 
Immense quantities of cotton are brought 
here for shipment. The largest city in the 
State. 

CLARKE CO — Pop. 15,000. 

Athens, a town of 5,ooo pop., on the Athens 
Branch of the Georgia Railroad. The center 
of a line cotton growing district. 

COBB CO — Pop. 14,763.* 

Marietta, a town of 2,680* pop., on the Atlantic 
& Western Railroad, '20 miles from Atlanta. 
COLUMBIA CO — Pop. ii.s«i».» 

Thomson, a town of l.ooo pop., on the Georgia 
Railroad, 00 miles N. E. by E. of Milledge- 
ville. 



COWETA CO Pop. 14,343.* 

Newnan, a town Of 2,546* pop., on the Atlanta 
& West Point Railroad, 40 miles from At- 
lanta. 

DECATUlt CO.— Pop. 7,000. 

Bainbridge, a town of 2,500 pop., on Flint Riv- 
er, near the S. \V. corner of the Slate. 
EARLI CO — Pop. 4,300. 
Blalteley, a town of 1,850 pop., about 10 miles 
from Chattahoochee River, and 35 miles N. 
W. of Bainbridge. 
Fort Gaines, a town of 1,800 pop., on Chatta- 
hoochee River, 175 miles S. \V. of Milledge- 
ville. It is the principal town for t he sale and 
shipment of cotton produced in the county. 
ELBEKT CO — Pop. lO, 133.* 
Elberton, a town of 1,500 pop., about 12 miles 
from Savannah River, and 78 miles from Au- 
gusta. 

FAYETTE CO.— Pop. 7,047.* 
Jonesboro, a town of 1 200 pop., on the Macon 
& Western Railroad, 79 miles X. W. of .Macon. 
FLOYD CO.— Pop. 15,195.* 
Borne, a town of 5,000 pop., on Coosa River. 
A branch railroad connects with the Western 
& Atlantic. Railroad at Kingston. 

FULTON CO.— Pop. 40,000. 
Atlanta, a city of 25,000 pop., at the terminus of 
the Georgia Railroad, 171 miles from Augusta. 
The Macon, Atlantic & Western Railroad 
passes through here. Large quantities of cot- 
ton are brought here from the surrounding 
counties for shipment. It has an extensive 
trade, and is one of the most important cities 
in this part of the State. 

GLYNN CO — Pop. 3,999. 
Brunswick,- a town of 800 pop., on St. Simon's 
Sound, at the eastern terminus of a branch 
of the Atlantic & Gulf Railroad. A place of 
considerable coast trade. 

GEEENE CO — Pop. 13,652.* 
Greensborough, a town of 1,100 pop., on the 
Georgia Railroad, 84 miles from Augusta. 
HANCOCK CO.— Pop. 13,044.* 
Sparta, a town of 800* pop., 24 miles X. E. of 
Milledgeville. Noted for its industry and ex- 
cellent schools. 

HALL CO — Pop. S,599. 
Gainesville, a town of 7,500 pop., about 50 miles 
N. E. of Atlanta. 

LOWNBES CO — Pop. 5,3 19.* 
Valdosta, a town of 1,000 pop., on the Atlantic 
& Gulf Railroad, 157 miles from Savannah. 
LUMPKIN CO — Pop. 3,000. 
Dahlonega, a town of 500 pop., about 140 miles 
N. by W. of Milledgeville, and (>0 miles N. by 
E. oi' Atlanta. Gold is mined in this vicinity. 
MONBOE CO.— Pop. 15,953.* 
Forsyth, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Macon & 
Western Railroad, 26 miles from Macon. 
MOBGAN CO — Pop. 13,000. 
Madison, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Georgia 
Railroad, 104 miles from Augusta. A place of 
active trade, and an extensive shipping point 
for cotton. 

MUSCOGEE CO.— Pop. 16,584.* 
Columbus, a city of 9,621* pop., on Chatta- 
hoochee River. The Muscogee Railroad con- 
nects with the South-western Railroad at Fort 
Valley, and a railroad from the opposite side 
of the river connects it with Mobile. The 
River is navigable to this point a large portion 
of the year. Immense quantities of cotton 
are shipped from here by steamboat and rail- 
road. The third city in the State in population. 
NEWTON CO — Pop. 14,336.* 
Covington, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Georgia 

Railroad, 130 miles from Augusta. 
Conyers, a town of 1,000 pop., on the Georgia- 
Railroad, 141 miles W. of Augusta. 

PIKE CO Pop. 10,078* 

Barnesville. a town of 2,000 pop., on the Macon 
& Western Railroad, 40 miles N. W. ot Macon. 
PULASKI CO — Pop. 8,744.* 
Hawkinsville, a village of 5oo pop., on Oc- 
mulgee River, 01 miles S. of Milledgeville. 
PUTNAM CO.— Pop. 10,135.* 
Eatonton, a town of 1,500 pop., at the terminus 
of the Branch of the Central Railroad, 28 miles 
trom Gordon, and 18 miles from Milledgeville.. 



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GEORGIA. 



RICHMOND CO.— Pop. 50,000. 
Augusta, a city of 20,000 pop., on Savannah 
Kiver, at the heart of navigation, and at the 
terminus of the Georgia Railroad, which con- 
nects it -with Atlanta. Extensively engaged 
in manufacturing and trade. The second city 
in importance in the State. 
Cuthbcrt, a town of 2,000 pop., 15 miles S. W. 
of Milledgeville. 

SPA1D1MG CO Pop. 8,699.* 

Griffin, a town of 1,200 pop., on the Macon & 
Western Railroad, 43 miles from Atlanta. A 
place of active trade, surrounded by a rich 
and fertile cotton growing district. 

SUMTER CO.— Pop. 9,438.* 
Aniericus, a town of 2,000 pop., on the South- 
western Railroad, 70 miles from Macon. 

TAJLBOT CO Pop. 14,000. 

Talboton, a town of 1,500 pop., 32 miles N. E. of 
Columbus, and about 8 miles from the line of 
the Muscogee Railroad. 

TEKRELL COl— Pop. 6,232.* 
Dawson, a town of 1,200 pop., on the South- 
western Railroad, !)8 miles from Macon. 

THOMAS CO Pop. 20,000. 

Thomasville, a town of 3,000 pop., at the ter- 
minus of the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, 200 
miles from Savannah. 

TROVP CO Pop. 11,000. 

La Grange, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Atlanta 
& West Point Railroad, 72 miles trom At- 
lanta. 
West Point, a town of 1,000 pop,, on Chatta- 
hoochee River, at the junction of the Atlanta 
& West Point with the West Point & Mont- 
gomerv Railroad, 87 miles from Atlanta. 

WARREJY CO Pop. 2,700. 

Warrenton, a town of 900 pop., 42 miles from 
Augusta, near the line of the Georgia Railroad, 
to which it is connected by a branch. 

WASHLVGTOIV CO.— Pop. 12,698.* 
Santlersville, a town of 1,000 pop., about five 
miles from the line of the Central Railroad, 
about 58 miles from Macon. 

WHITFIELO CO Pop. 15,000. 

Oalton, a town of 2,500 pop., on the Western 
& Atlantic Railroad, at the junction of the 
East Tennessee Railroad, 100 miles from At- 
lanta and 36 miles from Chattanooga, Tenn. 

WILKES CO Pop. 7,000. 

Washington, a town of 1,500 pop., on a branch 
of the Georgia Railroad, about 50 miles from 
Augusta. 



ILLINOIS. 



ILLINOIS. 



ADAMS CO Pop. 05,000. 

Camp Point, a town of 834* pop., at the junc- 
tion of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Railroad with the Toledo, Wabash & Western 
Railroad, 22 miles from Quincy. 

Quincy, a city of 35,000 pop., on Mississippi 
River, 170 miles above St. Louis. The Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy and the Palmyra Rail- 
roads terminate here. The centering point 
of a large and thickly populated agricult- 
ural district. Extensively engaged in river 
trade. 

ALEXAIVOER CO Pop. 14,000. 

Cairo, a town of 10,000 pop., at the junction of 
the Ohio & Mississippi Rivers, 175 miles be- 
low St. Louis. The Illinois Central Railroad 
forms a connection with the Mobile & Ohio 
Railroad at this point. 

BOSil) CO Pop. 11,500. 

Greenville, a town of 1,600 pop., 40 miles from 
Alton. 

BOOSE CO.— Pop. 20,000. 

Belvidere, a town of 5,000 pop., on the Galena 
Division of the Chicago & North-western Rail- 
road, 78 miles from Chicago. 

RROWIV CO Pop. 14,000. 

Mount Sterling, a town of 1,500 pop., on the 
Toledo, Wabash & Western Railroad, 75 miles 
from Springfield. 

BIBEAU CO.— Pop. 30,500. 

Princeton, a town of 5,500 pop., on the Chi- 
cago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 106 miles 
from Chicago, in a fertile district, having an 
active trade. 



CARBOLL CO — Pop. 11,733.* 

Lanark, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Western 

Union Railroad, 20 miles from Freeport. 
Mount Can-oil, a town of 1,323* pop., on the 
Western Cnion Railroad, 27 miles from Free- 
port. 
Shannon, a village of 875 pop., on the Racine 
& Mississippi Railroad, 14 miles S. W. of Free- 
port. 
Thomson, a town of 1,500 pop., on Mississippi 
River, 10 miles below Savanna. 

CASS CO.— Pop. 13,000. 
Beardstown, a town of 3,000 pop., on Illinois 

River, about 20 miles from Jacksonville. 
Virginia, a town of 2,500 pop., on the Peoria, 
Pekin & Jacksonville Railroad, 61 miles from 
Pekin. 

CHAMPAIGIV CO — Pop. 36,000. 
Champaign, a town of 1,727* pop., on the Illi- 
nois Central Railroad, 128 miles from Chicago, 
and 1 1-2 miles from Urbanna. 
Bonier, a town of 1,600 pop., on the Toledo, 
Wabash & AVbstern Railroad, 82 miles from 
Springfield. 
Philo, a village of 1,000 pop., on the Great 
Western Railroad, 84 miles E. by X. of Spring- 
field. 
Tolono, a town of 800 pop., 137 miles S. by W. 

of Chicago. 
Crbanna, a town of 3,000 pop., near the Illinois 
Central Railroad, 92 milts from Springfield. 
A place of active trade. 

CHRISTIAN CO Pop. 10,493.* 

Pana, a town of 4,000 pop., on the Illinois Cen- 
tral, at the intersection of the St. Louis & 
Terre Haute Railroad, 84 miles from St. Louis. 
Taylorville, a town of 2,039* pop., 25 miles 
from Springfield, in an agricultural district. 
Coal is found in the vicinity. 

CLABK CO — Pop. 18,000. 
Marshall, a town of 2,000 pop., 20 miles from 
Terre Haute. 

CLIIVTO^V CO.— Pop. 25,000. 
Carlyle, a town of 2,500 pop., on Kaskaskia 
River and the Ohio & Mississippi Railroad, 47 
miles from St. Louis. A place of active trade . 
COLES CO.— Pop. 30,000. 
Charleston, a town of 5,000 pop., on the St. 
Louis, Alton & Terre Haute Railroad, 40 miles 
from Terre Haute. 
Mattoon, a town of 5,000 pop., on the St. Louis, 
Alton & Terre Haute Railroad, at the intersec- 
tion of the Chicago Division of the Illinois 
Central Railroad, 173 miles from Chicago and 
56 miles from Terre Haute. 

COOK CO.— Pop. 300,000. 
Chicago, a city of 250.000 pop., on Lake Michi- 
gan and Chicago River. The great Metropolis 
of the North-western States. Railroads centre 
here from all points, making it the great cen- 
tral depot for the shipment of the various pro- 
ducts of the AVest to the Eastern markets, by 
way of the Lakes and through lines of Rail- 
road. It is the largest grain market in the 
world, and is also extensively engaged in beef 
and pork packing and lumber trade. The 
Lake commerce is very extensive. The larg- 
est city in the State. 

CRAWFORO CO — Pop. 20,000. 
Robinson, a town of 500 pop., about 12 miles 
from Wabash River and 40 miles from Terre 
Haute, Ind. 

1>E KALB CO — Pop. 28,000. 
»e Kalh Centre, a town of 2.500 pop., on the 
Chicago & North-western Railroad, 58 miles 
from Chicago. 
Sycamore, a town of 3,000 pop., surrounded by 
a fertile agricultural district, about 5 miles 
from Cortlandt, on the Chicago & North-west- 
ern Railroad. 

OEWITT CO Pop. 10,820.* 

Clinton, a town of 1,362* pop., on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, 22 miles from Bloomington, 
in a fertile ami productive farming district. 

DOl'fiLAS CO Pop. 7,140.* 

Areola, a town of 363* pop., on the Illinois Cen- 
tral Railroad, 158 miles from Chicago. 
Tuscola, a town of 356 pop., on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, 150 miles from Chicago, in a 
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DUPAGE CO — Pop. 17,000. 

IVapierville, a town of 5,699* pop., Oil Du- 
Page Etiver and the Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Railroad, .">o miles from Chicago. 

Wheaton, a town of 2,000 pop., on the Galena 

Division of the Chicago & North-wcsteru 
Railroad, 25 miles from Chicago. 

ED6AB Co.— Pop. 33,000. 
Paris, a town of 5,000 pop., on th<' st. Louis, Al- 
ton ,v Terre Eaute Railroad, Jo miles from 
Terre Haute. 

KDWARDN CO — Pop. 5,454.* 
Albion, a town of 1,300 pop., 170 miles S. E. of 
Springfield. 

EFFINGHAM CO.— Pop. 7.N19.* 
ISffihuasham, a town of 2,000pop., on the Chicago 
Division of the Illinois Central Railroad] 160 
miles from Cairo. 

FAYETTE CO Pop. 11, ISO.* 

Vandalia, a town of 1,999* pop., on Kaskas- 
fcia River and the Illinois Central Railroad, 
105 miles from Bloomington. 

FORD CO — Pop. 1,979.* 
Pa\to«, a town of 1,203* pop., on the Chicago 
Division of the Illinois Central Railroad, 103 
miles from Chicago. 

FRAIVKEi;V CO — Pop. 9,393.* 
ISenton, a town of 380* pop., near Big Muddy 
River, about So miles from Cairo. 

FIXTOX CO.— Pop. 40,000. 
Canton, a town of 3,. r )00 pop., on the Galeshurg, 
Peoria & Lewistown Railroad, 11 miles from 
Lewis town. 
Eewistovrn, a town of 1,238* pop., on the 
Galeshurg, Peoria & Lewistown Railroad, 
63 miles from Galeshurg; a place of active 
trade. 

GAL.EATIIV CO.— Pop. 12,000. 
SHawneetown, a town of 2,000 pop., on Ohio 
River, 9 miles from the mouth of the War 
hash. It has a steamboat landing and is a 
place of active trade. 

GREECE CO Pop. 21,000. 

Carrolltoii, a town of 4,000 pop., on the Jack- 
sonville, Alton & St. Louis Railroad, 34 miles 
from Jacksonville, in a rich and populous 
agricultural district. Engaged in lumber 
trade. Coal is found in abundance in the 
vicinitv. 

GRCAOY CO — Pop. 10,379.* 
Morris, a town of 2,105* pop., on the Illinois & 
Michigan Canal and the Chicago & Rock 
Island Railroad, 62 miles froin Chicago. An 
important depot for the shipment of grain. 
HAMILTOS CO.— Pop. 9,915.* 
McLeansborongh, a town of 410* pop. 

HANCOCK CO Pop. 40,000. 

Carthage, a town of 1.500 pop., on the Toledo, 
Wabash & Western Railroad, 12 miles from 
Mississippi River. 
2Vauvoo, a town of 1,394* pop., on Mississippi 

River, 15 miles above Warsaw. 
Warsaw, a town of 2,896* pop., on Mississip- 
pi River, 3 miles below Keokuk, at the ter- 
minus of the Toledo, Wabash & Western 
Railroad. The large river steamboats run to 
this point. Extensively engaged in shipping 
produce, and a place of active trade. 
HK.M>KRSOA CO.— Pop. 20,000. 
Biggs^'iUe, :i village of 1,000 pop., on the Chi- 
cago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 8 miles 
from < >hio River. 
Oquawka, a town of 1,041* pop., on Mississippi 
River, 132 miles X. W. of Springfield. 
IIKXRY CO — Pop. 35,000. 
Cambridge, a town of !Hio pop., about 10 miles 
from the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rail- 
road. Coal is found in this vicinity, 
tialva. a town of 1,005* pop., on tlie Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 23 miles from 
Galeshurg. 
Geneseo, a town of 4,300 pop., on the Chicago & 
Rock Island Railroad, 23 miles from Rock 
Island. 
Kewanee, a town of 1,401* pop., on the Chica- 
go, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 32 miles 
from Galeshurg. 

IROQl OIS CO Pop. 20,000. 

Chenanse, a village of 1)74 pop., on the Central 
Railroad, 61 miles S. by W. of Chicago. 



«. i iin.i 11. a village of 1. joo pop., on the Chicago 
branch of the Central Railroad, si miles 8. by 
W. Of Chicago. 

Onargo, a town of 2,000 pop-, on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, 86 miles from Chicago, in a 
fine agricultural district. 

Watseka, a town of 2,000 pop. 

JACKSOJV CO Pop. 25,000. 

Carbondale, a town of 2,000pop., on the Illi- 
nois Central Railroad, 57 miles from Cairo. 

MurpbysborougH, a village; of 1,200 pop., on 
Big Muddy River, 15 miles E. Of Mississippi 
River. 

JEFFERSOX CO Pop. 15,000. 

Mount Vernon, a town of 2,000 pop., about 30 
miles from Centra lia. 

JERSEY CO Pop. 12,051.* 

Jerseyville, a town of 2,010* pop., on the St. 
Louis, Jacksonville & Chicago Railroad, 19 
miles from Alton. 

JO. DAVIESS CO — Pop. 30,000. 

Galena, a city of 10,00(5 pop., on Fevre River, (i 
miles from its entrance into the Mississippi. 
Aery extensive lead mines are found in this 
vicinity. The Fevre River is navigable to this 
point, and steamboats make regular trips from 
here to various points up and down the Mis- 
sissippi. Connected to Chicago by the West- 
ern Union Railroad. 

Warren, a town of 2,000 pop., on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, at the junction of the Min- 
eral Point Railroad, 26 miles from Galena. 

joieysoiv co.— Pop. 10,000. 

Vienna, a town of 600 pop., 100 miles from 
Springfield, about 20 miles from Ohio River. 
KAJVE CO.— Pop. 40,000. 
Aurora, a town of 14,000 pop., on Fox River and 
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 
40 miles from Chicago. Engaged in manufac- 
turing, and the center of a large grain trade. 
Dundee, a town of 3,000 pop., on Fox River, 

and the Fox River Valley Railroad. 
Elgin, a town of 6,000 pop., on Fox River, and 
the Galena & Chicago Railroad, 42 miles 
from Chicago. The river furnishes power 
which is employed in various manufactures. 
Geneva, a town of 2,000 pop., on Fox River and 
a branch of the North-western Railroad, 36 
miles from Chicago. Engaged in manufactur- 
ing farming tools and other articles. 

KAAKAKKE CO.— Pop. 15,412.* 
Kankakee, a town of 7,000 jiop., 011 Kankakee 
River and the Chicago Branch of the Illinois 
Centra! Railroad, 50 miles from Chicago. 
HEM1KVLL CO.— Pop. 14,000. 
Piano, a town of 1,600 jiop., on the Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Railroad, about 50 
miles from Chicago. 
Yorkville, a town of 1,200 pop., on Fox River, 
52 miles from Chicago. 

KiVOX CO.— Pop. 34,000. 
Altona, a village of 900 pop., on the Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 16 miles N. E. 
of Galesburg. 
Galesburg, a town of 12,000 pop., on the Chica- 
go, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, at the 
junction of the Peoria Railroad, 105 miles from 
Chicago and 53 miles from Peoria. The center 
of an active trade. Knox and Bombard Col- 
leges are located here. 
Knoxville, a town of 1,567* pop., on the Peoria 
& Galesburg Railroad, 41 miles from Peoria. 
Yates City, a village of 000 pop., on the Peoria 
& Oquawka Railroad, 23 miles S. S. E. of Gales- 
burg. 

LAKE CO — Pop. 20,000. 
Waukegaii, a town of 0,000 pop., on Lake Mich- 
igan, 35 miles from Chicago and 50 miles from 
Milwaukee. A place of active trade, having 
considerable Lake commerce . Steamboats 
make regular trips from here to various Cake 
ports. The Chicago & Milwaukee Railroad 
passes through here. 

EA SALLE CO — Pop. 05,000. 
Earlville, a village of 1,000 pop., on the Chicago 
& Quincy Railroad, 35 miles W. S.W. of Aurora. 
Ea Salle," a town of 3,993* pop., on Illinois Riv- 
er, at the intersection of the Illinois Central 
Railroad with the Chicago & Rock Island 
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Rock Island Canal, 81 miles from Chicago. 
The center of a very large trade. Coal is 
found in abundance in the vicinity. 

Meudota, a town of 5,000 pop., on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, at the intersection of the 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 85 
miles from Chicago. 

Ottawa, a town of 10,000 pop., on Illinois Riv- 
er, near the mouth of Fox River, on the Chi- 
cago & Rock Island Railroad, 84 miles from 
Chicago. The falls in the river at this point 
furnish abundance of water power, which is 
employed in various manufactures. Immense 
quantities of grain are shipped from this point. 

Peru, a town of 5,000 pop., on Illinois River 
and the Chicago & Rock Island Railroad, 82 
miles from Chicago. Coal is found in abun- 

fj *1 HOP llPl'O 

EAWRE1VCE CO — Pop. »,214.* 

Iiawrenceville, a town of 474* pop., on Em- 
barras River and the Ohio & Mississippi Rail- 
road, 10 miles from Vincennes. 

LEE CO Pop. 17,«51.* 

Ainboy, a town of 1,615* pop., on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, 98 miles from Galena. 
Large quantities of produce are shipped 
from this point. 
Dixon, a town of 6,000 pop., on Rock River 
and the Illinois Central Railroad, at the inter- 
section of the Chicago & North-western Rail- 
road, 86 miles from Galena. The river fur- 
nishes power, which is employed in a number 
of mills. 

EIVEVGSTOM CO — Pop. 25,000. 
Fairbnry, a town of 3,600 pop., on the Toledo, 
Peoria & Warsaw Railroad, 59 miles from 
Peoria. 
Pontiac, a town of 3,000 pop., on Vermillion 
River and Chicago, Springfield & St. Louis 
Railroad, 110 miles from Springfield. 
LOGAxX CO — Pop. 14,272.* 
Eincoln, a town of 5,700* pop., on the Chicago, 
Alton & St. Louis Railroad, 28 miles from 
Springfield. 

SIcDOXOUCH CO.— Pop. 20,000. 
Macomb, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Chicago 
& Quincy Railroad, 58 miles from Quincy, in 
an agricultural district. 
Prairie City, a town of 770* pop., on the Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 23 miles S. by 
E. of Galesburg. 

McHEIVBT CO — Pop. 25,000. 
Harvard, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Chicago 
& North-western Railroad, at the intersection 
of the Rockford & Kenosha Railroad, 63 miles 
from Chicago. 
Marengo, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Galena 
Division of the Chicago & North-westem Rail- 
road, 66 miles from Chicago. 
Woodstock, atown of 2,500 pop., on the Chicago 
& North-western Rail road, 51 miles from Chi- 
cago. 

McEEAN CO — Pop. 60,000. 
Bloomington, a city of 18,000 pop., on the Illi- 
nois Central Railroad, at the intersection of 
the Chicago & St. Louis Railroad, 128 miles 
from Chicago, and 59 miles from Springfield. 
Chenoa, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Chicago & 
St. Louis Railroad, at the intersection of the 
Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw Railroad, 17 miles 
from Bloomington. 
Normal, a village of 847* pop., on the Central 
Railroad, 2 miles N. of Bloomington and 61 
miles N. E. of Springfield. 

MACOJV CO — Pop. 35,000. 
Becatnr, a town of 10,000 pop., on Sangamon 
River, and on the Illinois Central Railroad, 
at the intersection of the Toledo, Wabash & 
Western Railroad, 38 miles from Springfield. 
Engaged in manufacturing, and a place of 
active trade. 
Maroa, a village of 700 pop., on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, 11 miles N. of Decatur. 
MACOCPIN CO — Pop. 55,000. 
Blinker Hill, a town of 2.500 pop., on the Terre 
Haute, Alton & St. Louis Railroad, 36 miles 
from St. Louis. 
Carlinville, a town of 5,000 pop., on the Chi- 
cago, Alton & St. Louis Railroad, 39 miles from 
Springfield and 33 miles from Alton. 



ILLINOIS. 



Virden, a town of 2,200 pop., on the Chicago, 
Alton & St. Louis Railroad, 17 miles from 
Carlinville. 

MADISOJf CO — Pop. 45,000. 
Alton, a city of 15,000 pop., on Mississippi Riv- 
er, 21 miles above St. Louis and one mile 
above the mouth of Missouri River. Two 
lines of railroad connect it with Chicago and 
Terre Haute. Extensively engaged in river 
trade, and the great depot for shipment of 
the produce of a large section of country. 
Edwardsville , a town of 1,700 pop., 12 miles 
from Alton, in a rich and populous agricult- 
ural district, and center of an active trade. 
Highland, a town of 3,000 pop., about 20 miles 
from Edwardsville. 

MARION CO — Pop. 20,000. 
Centralia, a town of 5,000 pop., on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, at the junction of the Chi- 
cago Branch, 112 miles from Cairo and 136 
miles from Bloomington. The Railroad Re- 
pairShops are located here, giving employ- 
mentto a large number of men. 
Salem, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Ohio & Mis- 
sissippi Railroad, 79 miles from Vincennes. 
MARSHAEE CO — Pop. 18,000. 
Henry, a town of 2,238 pop., on Illinois River, 
33 miles by railroad N. N. E. of Peoria. Ex- 
tensively engaged in the shipping of grain, 
lacon, a city of 3,000 pop., on Illinois River 
and Chicago & Rock Island Railroad, 26 miles 
from Peoria. Steamboats run up the river to 
this point, excepting in very low water. Largo 
quantities of grain and produce are shipped 
from this point. 
Wenona, a village of 1.500 pop., on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, 39 miles from Bloomington. 

MASOIS CO Pop. 10,931.* 

Havana, a town of 2,076* pop., on Illinois Riv- 
er and the Peoria, Pekin & Jacksonville Rail- 
road, 31 miles from Pekin. 
Mason, a town of 1,200 pop., about 20 miles from 
Havana. 

MASSAC CO Pop. 20,000. 

Metropolis, a town of 3,500 pop., on Ohio River, 
36 miles from its mouth. 

MENARD CO Pop. 9,584.* 

Petersburg, a town of l r 196* pop., on Sagamon 
River, 22 miles N. W. of Springfield. 

MERCER CO Pop. 20,000. 

Aledo, a town of 1,000 pop., 15 miles from Mis- 
sissippi River and 22 miles from Rock Is- 
land. Coal is found in the vicinity. 
Keitlisburg, a town of 1,017* pop., on Mis- 
sissippi River, 20 miles above Burlington, 
Iowa. 
Mew Boston, a town of 900 pop., on Missis- 
sippi River, 5 miles above Keithsburg. Con- 
siderable produce is shipped from this point. 

MOIVROE CO Pop. 14.000. 

Waterloo, a town of 1,500 pop., 12 miles from 
Mississippi River and 22 miles from St. Louis. 
MONTGOMERY CO.— Pop. 20,000. 
Hillsborough, a town of 1,500 pop., on the 
Terre Haute, Alton and St. Louis Railroad, 66 
miles from St. Louis. 
Eitchiield, a town of 5,000 pop., on the Terre 
Haute, Alton & St. Louis Railroad, 55 miles 
from St. Louis. A place of active trade. 
MORGAN CO.— Pop. 30.000. 
Jacksonville, a city of 12,000 pop., on the To- 
ledo, Wabash & Western Railroad, 34 miles 
from Springfield. A railroad connects with 
St. Louis, and two others extend North and 
East up the Illinois River Valley, connecting 
with Chicago and various other points. Pleas- 
antly situated and surrounded by a rich and 
populous agricultural district. Large amounts 
of produce are shipped from here. 

MOCETRIE CO.— Pop. 0,385.* 
Sullivan, a town of 528* pop., 24 miles from De- 
catur. 

OGEE CO — Pop. 25,000. 
Foreston, a town of 1,300 pop., on the Illinois 

Central Railroad, 13 miles from Freeport. 
Oregon, a town of 1 ,500 pop., on the Dixon and 
Rockford Branch of the Chicago & North- 
western Railroad, 18 miles from Dixon. 
Polo, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Illinois Cen- 
tral Railroad, 23 miles from Freeport. 



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Rocheiie. a town of 2.500 pop. 

PEORIA CO.— Pop. 50.000. 
Chillicotlie, a town Of 683* pop., 01J Illinois 

liivci-, at tlu- head of Peoria Luke, 13 miles 
from Peoria. The Chicago <fc Rock Island 
Railroad passes through here. 

Elm Wood, a town of 1,500 pop., on tho 
Peoria & Oquawka Railroad, 23 miles from 
Peoria. 

Peoria, a city of 25,000 nop., on Illinois Riv- 
er, ai the outlet of Peoria Lake. The river 
is navigable for steamboats to this point. 
Railroads connect with the principal cities In 
all directions, it also connects with Chicago 
by means of the Michigan ('anal. Its central 
position makes it one of the most important 
commercial points in the state. 

PEKUV CO — Pop. 20,000. 

I>u Quoin, a town of 5,000 pop., on the Illinois 
Central Bailroad, 7fi miles from Cairo. 
PIATT CO — Pop. 4,000. 

Montteello, a town of 1,200 pop., on Sanga- 
mon River, about 30 miles above Decatur, 
and 6 miles from the Toledo, Wabash & West- 
ern Railroad. 

PIKE CO — Pop. 27,249.* 

Ptttsfield, a town of 2,137* pop., about 12 miles 
ironi Illinois River, and 30 miles from Jackson- 
ville. 

POPE CO Pop. 0,000. 

4iolconda, a town of 2,000 pop., on Ohio Riv- 
er, at the mouth of Lusk Creek, and 20 miles 
above the mouth of Cumberland River. 
PULASKI CO Pop. 10.OOO. 

Mound City, a town of 3,000 pop., on Ohio 
River. 5 miles above Cairo, connected by a 
branch to the Illinois Central Railroad at Villa 
Ridge. 

RANDOLPH CO Pop. 23,000. 

Chester, a town of 2,200 pop., on .Mississippi 
River, one mile below the mouth of Kas- 
kaskia River, and about 62 miles below St. 
Louis. A place of active business. 

Sparta, a town of 1,120* pop., about 18 miles 
from Chester. 

RICHLANR CO — Pop. 17,000. 

Olney, a town of 3,500 pop., on the Ohio & Mis- 
sissippi Railroad, 31 miles from Vincennes, 
Ind. 

ROCK ISLANO CO.— Pop. 47,000. 

Rock Island, a city of 18,300 pop., on Mis- 
sissippi River, opposite Davenport, Iowa, to 
which it is connected by a bridge. The termi- 
nus of the Chicago & Rock Island Railroad. 
Extensively engaged in manufactures and 

• river trade. 

SAINT CLAIR CO Pop. 40,000. 

Belleville, a town of 10,000 pop., 11 miles from 
St. Louis, to which it is connected by railroad. 
A ri,ch and highly productive district, and ex- 
tensively engaged in various manufactures. 
The trade is large and active. Extensive 
beds of < oal are found in the vicinity. 

Libanon, a town of 3.000 pop., on the Ohio & 
Mississippi Railroad, 22 miles from St. Louis. 
A place of active trade, and seat of McKen- 
dree College. 

S.ILINE CO Pop. 0,S31.* 

Harristrarg, a town of 2.000 pop., about 03 
miles from Cairo, and 30 miles from Ohio 
River. 

SANfiAMON CO.— Pop. 48,000. 

Springfield, State ( apitol, a city of 22,500 pop., 
on Sangamon River, 96 miles' from Spring- 
field and To miles from Peoria. The Chicago, 
Alton & st. Louis Railroad intersects the To- 
ledo, Wabash & Western Railroad at this 
point. A rich and populous agricultural dis- 
trict, (oal is found in abundance in the vi- 
cinity. Engaged in manufactures and inland 
comm erce. 

SCHUYLER CO — Pop. 20,000. 

Ruslwille. a town of 1,600 pop., 10 miles from 
Illinois River and 30 miles from Jackson- 
ville. 

SCOTT CO — Pop. O.OOO.* 

Winchester, a town of 3.000 pop., on Rig Sandy 
Creek, 10 miles from Illinois River and 18 
miles from Jacksonville. Engaged in various 
manufactures. Coal is found here. 



ILLINOIS. 



S1I1.LBY CO Pop. 24,000. 

Shelbyville, a town of 1,000 pop., on Kaskas- 
kia River and the Terre Haute, Alton & St 

Louis Railroad, so miles from Terre Haute. 
STARK CO Pop. 15,000. 

Toulon, a town of 2,500 pop.. 10 miles from 
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad 
and 35 miles from Peoria. 

STEPHENSON CO Pop. 35,000. 

Freeport, a city of 12,000 pop., at the junction 
of the Galena Division with the Illinois Cen- 
tral Railroad, 50 miles from Galena. An active, 
business place, located in a farming district. 

Lena, a town of 1.500 pop., on the Galena 
Division of the Illinois Central Railroad, U 
miles iroin Freeport. 

TAZEWELL CO Pop. 30,000. 

Pekiix, a town of 9,000 pop.. On Illinois River, 
12 miles below Peoria, on the Peoria. Pekin 
& Jacksonville Railroad. Steamboats connect 
with various points on the Illinois and Missis- 
sippi Rivers. 

Washington, a village of 1,578* pop., on the 
Peoria & Logansport Railroad, 13 miles E. of 

' UNION CO Pop. 11,181. 

Joueshoro', a town of 842* pop., near the Illi- 
nois Central Railroad, :57 miles from Cairo. 
VERMILLION CO Pop. 20,000. 

Oanvilie, a town of (i, 000 pop., on Vermillion 
River and the Toledo, Wabash & Western 
Railroad, 112 miles from Springfield- 

WABASH CO Pop. lO,000. 

Mount Carmel, a town of 2,000 pop., on Wa- 
bash River, about 30 miles below Vincennes. 
The river furnishes abundant water power. 
WARREN CO Pop. 30,000. 

Monmouth, a town of 6,000 pop., on the Chi- 
cago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 20 miles 
from Mississippi River. 

l'oung America, a village of 1.200 pop., on the 
Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 7 
miles \V. of Monmouth. 

WASHINGTON CO.— Pop. 13,7.11.* 

Nashville, a town of 1,500 pop., 120 miles from 
Springfield and 15 miles from the Illinois Cen- 
tral Railroad. Surrounded by a fertile prairie. 
WAYNE CO.— Pop. 12,223.* 

Fairfield, a town of 508* pop., about 30 miles 
W. of Mt. Carmel. 

WHITE CO Pop. 18,000. 

Carmi, a town of 1,500 pop., on Little W abash 
River, about 15 miles from its mouth. 

<2ray-ville, a town of 2.800 pop., on Wabash 
River. It lias an active trade and is rapidly 
increasing in population. 

WHITESIDES CO.— Pop. 40,000. 

Fulton, a town of 3,500 pop., on Mississippi 
River, about 40 miles above Davenport. The 
Chicago & North-western Railroad connects 
with Chicago, 136 miles distant. 

Morrison, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Chicago 
& North-western Railroad, 121 miles from Chi- 
cago. 

Sterling, a town of 10,000 pop., on Rock River 
and the Chicago & North-western Railroad, 110 
miles from Chicago. 

WIL.L CO.-Pop. 41,000. 

Joliet, a town of 10,000 pop., on Des Plaines 
River and on the Chicago & Rock Island Rail- 
road, at the intersection of the Chicago, Alton 
& St. Louis Railroad, 40 miles from Chicago. 
The Michigan Canal passes through here and 
furnishes extensive water power. The center 
of a rich and populous agricultural district, 
and a depot for the shipment of large quanti- 
ties of grain and produce. Considerable man- 
ufacturing done here. 

Wilmington, a town of 4 000 pop., on Kankakee 
River and the Chicago, Alton & St. Louis Rail- 
road, 53 miles from Chicago. Some manufact- 
uring done here. 

WILLIAMSON CO — Pop. 12.205.* 

Marion, a town of 2,000 pop., about 20 miles E. 
of the Illinois Central Railroad, and 172 from 
Springfield. 

WINNEBAGO CO — Pop. 30,000. 

Rockford, a town of 11,000 pop'., on the Galena 
Division of the Chicago & North-western Rail- 
road, 92 miles from Chicago. A branch rail- 



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road connects with Dixon and another with 
Kenosha on Lake Michigan. It has abundant 
water power, and is extensively engaged in 
manufacturing. 

WOODFORD CO.— Pop. 25,666. 

El Paso, a town of 3,200 pop., on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, at the intersection of the 
Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw Railroad, 33 miles 
from Peoria and 17 miles from Bloomington. 

Eureka, a town of 604* pop., on the Toledo, Peo- 
ria & Warsaw Railroad, 20 miles from Peoria. 

Metemora, a town of 966* pop., about 5 miles i 
from the Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw Railroad, 
30 miles from Bloomington. 

Minonk, a town of 1,200 pop., on the Illinois 
Central Railroad, 30 miles from Bloomington. 



INDIANA. 



INDIANA. 



ADAMS CO Pop. 9,252.* 

Decatur, a town of 532* pop., on St. Mary's Riv- 
er, 21 miles from Fort Wayne. 

ALLEX CO Pop. 29.32S.* 

Fort Wayne, a town of 30,000 pop., at the con- 
fluence of St. Joseph's and St. Mary's Riv- 
ers, which form the Maumee. The Toledo & 
Wabash Railroad here intersects the Pitts- 
burgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad. One 
of the most important places in the State, 
having an active trade. 

BARTHOLOMEW CO.— Pop. 23,666. 
Columbus, a town of 4,500 pop., on White Riv- 
er, 41 miles from Indianapolis, on the Jeffer- 
sonville, Madison & Indianapolis Railroad. 
In an agricultural district. 

BEXTOjV CO Pop. 2,866.* 

Oxford, a village of 318* pop., 88 miles X. W. of 
Indianapolis. 

BLACKFORD CO.— Pop. 5,000. 
Hartford City, a town of 900 pop., 75 miles 
from Indianapolis. 

BOOXE CO Pop. 16,753.* 

Lebanon, a town of 892* pop., on the Lafayette 
& Indianapolis Railroad, 28 miles from Indian- 
apolis. 

CARROLL CO Pop. 25,000. 

Delphi, a town of 4,000 pop., on Wabash Canal 
and Toledo, Wabash & Western Railroad, 17 
miles from Lafayette. 

CASS CO — Pop. 16,843.* 
Logansport, a city of 2,979* pop., on W r abash 
River, at the junction of the Middleport, 
Peoria & Burlington with the Toledo, Wabash 
& Western Railroad. The Cincinnati & Chica- 
go Railroad intersects the Toledo, W^abash & 
Western at this place, making it an important 
railroad center and a place of large and ac- 
tive trade. 

CLARKE CO Pop. 20,562.* 

JefTersonville, a town of 4,020* pop., on Ohio 
River, opposite Louisville, Ky., and at the 
terminus of the Indianapolis & Jeffersonville 
Railroad. 

CLAY CO.— Pop. 18,666. 
Bowling Green, a town of 1,500 pop., on Eel 

River, about 20 miles East of Terre Haute. 
Brazil, a town of 2,000 pop., on the Terre Haute 
& Indianapolis Railroad, 16 miles from Terre 
Haute. 

CLIjVTOIV CO.— Pop. 20,000. 

Frankfort, a town of 1,200 pop., 42 miles from 

Indianapolis. In a fine farming district. 

DAVIESS CO.— Pop. 12,000. 

Washington, a town of 3,500 pop., on the Ohio 

and Mississippi Railroad. 

DEARBORIV CO.— Pop. 30,666. 
Aurora, a town of 4,000 pop., on Ohio River 
and the Ohio & Mississippi Railroad, 25 miles 
below Cincinnati. Steamboats run to Cincin- 
nati and other points on the river. 
Lawrenceburgh, a town of 5,000 pop., on 
Ohio River, 22 miles from Cincinnati. The 
Ohio & Mississippi and the Indianapolis & 
Cincinnati Railroads pass through here. The 
terminus of the Whitewater Canal which fur- 
nishes abundant water power. 

DECATUR CO Pop. 25,666 



Greensburs 



a town of 6,000 pop., on the In- 



dianopolis and Cincinnati Railroad, 46 miles 
from Indianapolis. 



DEKALB CO — Pop. 13,886.* 

Auburn, a town of 900 pop., 22 miles from Fort 
Wayne. 

DELAWARE CO.— Pop. 25,000. 

Mniicic, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Bellefon- 

taine Railroad, 54 miles from Indianapolis. 

DUBOIS CO,— Pop. 12,000. 

Jasper, a town of 1,000 pop., on Patoka Creek, 

120 miles from Indianapolis. 

ELKHART CO — Pop. 36,666. 
Elkhart, a town of 4,000 pop., on St. Joseph's; 
River, at the junction of the Northern Indiana 
Air Line and the Michigan Southern Railroads . 
Goshen, a town of 4,000 pop., on the Elkhart 
River and the Northern Indiana Air Line Rail- 
road. 

FATETTE CO — Pop. 13,666. 
Connersville, a town of 3,000 pop., on White- 
water River and the Cincinnati & Indianapo- 
lis Junction Railroad, 42 miles from Hamilton . 
■Waterloo, a town of 651* pop., 7 miles from 
Connorsville. 

FLOYD" CO.— Pop. 35,000. 
New Albany, a city of 25,000 pop., on Ohio 
River, 8 miles below Louisville, at the termi- 
nus of the Louisville, New Albany & Cincin- 
nati Railroad. One of the leading commercial 
towns in the State. Extensively engaged in 
steamboat building. 

FOUIYTAm CO Pop. 15,560.* 

Attica, a town of 2,500 pop., on Wabash 
River and the Toledo, W^abash & Western 
Railroad. A place of a large and flourishing 
trade, 75 miles from Indianapolis. 
Covington, a town of 2,000 pop., on Wabash 
River and Wabash & Erie Canal, 73 miles from 
Indianapolis. Large quantities of produce arc 
shipped front here on the canal. 
Portland, a town of 1,500 pop., on W^abash 
River, 7 miles above Covington. 

FRAIYKLIIV CO.— Pop. 19,546.* 
Brookville, a town of 2,463* pop., on White 
Water River and Canal, 41 miles from Cin- 
cinnati. A place of considerable trade. 

FULTOJV CO Pop. 14,066. 

Rochester, a town of 1,800 pop., 92 miles from 
Indianapolis and 20 miles from the Pittsburgh, 
Ft. Wavne & Chicago Railroad at Plymouth. 
GIBSOX CO — Pop. 20,000. 
Princeton, a town of 2,000 pop., on the Evans- 
ville & Crawfordsville Railroad, 27 miles from 
Evansville. In a rich and populous agricul- 
tural district. 

GRAJVT CO.— Pop. 15,060. 
Marion, a town of 2,000 pop., on Mississinewa 
River, 68 miles from Indianapolis. In a farm- 
ing district. 

GREE1VE CO Pop. 15,000. 

Bloomfield, a town of 2, 000 pop., near the W r est 
Fork of White River, 80 miles from Indian- 
apolis. A place of active trade in a rich and 
fertile valley. 
Worthington, a town of 1,000 pop., on the Wa- 
bash & Erie Canal, near the confluence of Eel 
River with the West Fork of White River. 
An important business point. 

HAMILTON CO Pop. 17,316.* 

Noblesville, a town of 1,954* pop., on White 
River and the Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago 
Railroad, 22 miles from Indianapolis. 
HA3VCOCK CO — Pop. 12,862.* 
Greenfield, a town of 744* pop., on the Indiana 
Central Railroad, 20 miles E. of Indianapolis. 
HARRISOUJ CO — Pop. 20,666. 
Corydon, a town of 1,500 pop., 24 miles from 
Louisville, Ky. 

HEIVDRICKS CO — Pop. 16,953.* 
Danville, a town of 895* pop., 20 miles W. of 
Indianapolis, and connected with it by a plank 
road . 

nENBY CO Pop. 25,666. 

Knightstown, a town of 3,000 pop., on Blue 
River and the Indiana Central Railroad, 32 
miles from Indianapolis. 
]\cvv Castle, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Cin- 
cinnati & Chicago Air Line Railroad, 98 miles 
from Cincinnati. 

HOWARD CO Pop. 25,666. 

Kokomo, a town of 4,000 pop., at the intersec- 
tion of the Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago with 



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the Cincinnati & Chicago Railroad, 54 miles 
from Indianapolis. 

ihati\(;to.\ CO — Pop. 95,000. 
Huntington, a town of 4,000 pop., on the 

Toledo', Wabash A: Western Railroad and the 
W'aiiash & Erie Canal. A place of active trade. 
JACKSON CO Pop. 25,000. 

Seymour, a town of 3.500 pop., at the intersec- 
tion of the Ohio it Mississippi with the Jeffer- 
sonville & Indianapolis Railroad, 00 miles 
from Louisville. 

JASl'UR CO Pop. 7,000. 

Rensselaer, a town of fi50 pop., on Iroquois 
River, 100 miles from Indianapolis. 

JEFFERSOA CO.— Pop. 30,000. 

Madison, a city of 13,500 pop., on Ohio 
River, '.i') miles' below Cincinnati, and con- 
nected to Indianapolis by railroad, steam- 
boats make regular trips from here to Cincin- 
nati. Louisville and other ports on the Ohio 
River, The center of a large and increasing 
trade 

Korth Vernon, a town of 778* pop., on the 
Madison & Indianapolis Railroad, 73 miles 
W. by S. of Cincinnati. 

jrEWWIflrGS CO Pop. 15,000. 

Vernon, a town of 1,800 pop., on the Madison & 
Indianapolis Railroad, 71 miles from Indian- 
apolis.. 

Franklin, a town of 4,000 pop., on the Madison 
it Indianapolis Railroad, 20 miles from In- 
dianapolis. A railroad connects with Mar- 
tinsville. A place of active business. 
KAOX CO.— Pop. 30,000. 

Vincennes, a town of 10,000 pop., on Wa- 
bash River, at the intersection of the Ohio & 
Mississippi with the Kvansville & Crawfords- 
ville Railroad, 58 miles from Terre Haute. 
KOSCIUSKO CO.— Pop. 2S,000. 

Pierceton, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Pitts- 
burgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad, 31 
miles from Fort Wayne. 

Warsaw, a town of 3,300 pop., on Tippecanoe 
River and the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chi- 
cago Railroad, 29 miles from Fort Wayne. 
LA (iRAAGE CO — Pop. 11,366.* 

La Grange, a town of 2,000 pop., 170 miles X. 
by E. of Indianapolis. 

Lexington, a village of 1,000 pop., 50 miles X. 
by W. of Fort Wayne. 

LAKE CO.— Pop. 15,000. 

Crown Point, a town of 1.500 pop., on the 
Chicago & Great Eastern Railroad, 41 miles 
from Chicago. 

LA PORTE CO.— Pop. 40,000. 

La Porte, a town of 10,000 pop., at the junction 
of the Michigan Southern with the Cincin- 
nati, Peru & Chicago Railroad, 58 miles from 
Chicago. A placeof active trade. 

Michigan City, a town of 3,320* pop., on Lake 
Michigan and the Michigan Central Rail- 
road, at the Northern terminus of the Louis- 
ville, New A litany & Chicago Railroad, 01 
miles from Lafavette. 

LAWREACE CO Pop. 17,000. 

Redford, a town of 2,500 pop., on the Louis- 
ville, New Albany & Chicago Railroad, 71 
miles from New Albany. 

Mitchell, a town of 1,300 pop., at the intersec- 
tion of the Ohio & Mississippi Railroad with 
the Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Rail- 
road, 01 miles from New Albany. 

MAIHSOA CO.— Pop. 27,000. 

Anderson, a town of 4.000 pop., on White 
River, at the intersection of the Chicago & 
Great Eastern with the Bellefontaine Rail- 
road, ■'!''• miles from Indianapolis. 

MAUI OX CO Pop. 75,000. 

Indianapolis. st ; ,t,. Capital, a city of 50.000 
pop., on White River, near the center of the 
State. The centering point of eighl important 
railroads, and in a rich and fertile district, 
having an immense trade. The largest city 
in the State. 

.MARSHALL CO.— Pop. 12,722.* 

Plymouth, a town of 4,000 pop., on the Pitts- 
burgh, l't. Wayne ,t Chicago Railroad, at the 
junction of tin- Cincinnati, Peru & Chicago 
Railroad, 84 miles from Chicago. A place of 
active trade in a rich farmiug district. 



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MAItTIA CO.— Pop. S,075.* 
Rover Hill, a village <>f 1,000 pop.. I 1-2 miles 
from White River and 92 miles S. S. W. of In- 
dianapolis. 

MIAMA CO Pop. 25,000. 

Pern, a town of 1,000 pop., on Wabash River 
and the Wabash & Erie (anal. The Toledo, 
Wabasb A Western Railroad here forms a 
junction with the Peru it Indianapolis Rail- 
road, 75 miles from Indianapolis. 

jioaroe co.— Pop. 13,000. 
Bloomington, a town of 3,800 pop., on the Lou- 
isville, New Albany & Chicago Railroad, 1)7 
miles from New Albany. 

MOATGOIHERY CO.— Pop. 20,SHN.* 
Crawfordsville, a town of 1,922* pop., on the 
Louisville, New Albany it Chicago Railroad, 
28 miles from Lafayette. Seat of Wabash Col- 

lt Mr C 

MORGA1V CO — Pop. 10,110.* 

Martinsville, a town of 2,500 pop., on White 
River, 31 miles below Indianapolis. A branch 
railroad connects with the' Jefferaonville & 
Indianapolis Railroad at Franklin. 

JiOBLE CO — Pop. 2:8,000. 

Kendallvillc, a town of 3,000 pop., on the 
Northern Indiana & Air Line Railroad, 91 
miles from Toledo. 

Ligonier, a town of 2,000 pop., on the Northern 
Indiana & Air Line Railroad, 1*6 miles from 
Toledo. 

OHIO CO Pop. 5,462.* 

Rising Sim, a town of 3,500 pop., on Ohio 
River, 30 miles below Cincinnati. Engaged in 
various manufactures and a place of active 
trade. 

ORAXCE CO Pop. 12,070.* 

Paoli, a town of 2,207* pop., 40 miles N. W. Of 
New Albany, and 10 miles from the Louis- 
ville, New Albany & Chicago Railroad. 

Valeene, a town of 1,500 pop., 10 miles from 
Paoli. 

OWEX CO.— Pop. 20,000. 

Gosport, a town of 000* pop., on the New Al- 
bany & Salem Railroad, 44 miles S. W. of In- 
dianapolis. A place of active trade. 

Spencer, a town of" 1,500 pop., on White River, 
54 miles below Indianapolis. 

PARKE CO — Pop. 15,538.* 

Roclcville, a town of 728* pop., on the Kvans- 
ville & Crawfordsville Railroad, 23 miles from 
Terre Haute. A rich farming district. 
PERRY CO — Pop. 17,500. 

Caiuielton, a town of 3,000 pop., on Ohio 
River, 70 miles above Kvansville. Coal is 
found here in large quantities. Kngaged in 
cotton and other manufactures. 

Tell City, a town of 1,030* pop., on Ohio River, 
about 10 miles below Cannelton. 

PIKE CO Pop. 15,000. 

Petersbnrgli, a town of 1,000 pop., on the Wa- 
bash & Erie Canal, 40 miles from Kvansville. 
PORTER CO Pop. 10,500. 

Valparaiso, a town of 3,100 pop., at the junc- 
tion of the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne .t Chicago 
with the Cincinnati & Chicago Railroad, 44 
miles from Chicago. 

POSEY CO.— Pop. 21,000. 

Mount Vernon, a town of 4,500 pop., on 
Ohio River, 12 miles above the mouth of Wa- 
bash River and about 23 miles below Kvans- 
ville. A place of considerable trade. 

Blew Harmony, a town of 1,000 pop., on 
Wabash River, 15 miles from Mount Vernon. 
PULASKI CO — Pop. 10,000. 

Winamac, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Cincin- 
nati & Chicago Rail road, !I2 miles from Chicago. 
PCTJSAM CO Pop. 20,000. 

Greencastle. a town of 0,000 pop., on the Terre 
Haute it Indianapolis Railroad, at the inter- 
section of the Louisville, New Albany it Chi- 
cago Railroad, .'in miles W;of Indianapolis and 
200 miles s. of Chicago. A rich and popu- 
lous agricultural district and center of a large 
trade. 

R.1AOOLPH CO.— Pop. 30,000. 

Winchester, a town of 2,800 pop., on White 
River and the Indianapolis »t Kellefontaine 
Railroad. 75 miles from Indianapolis. A 
rich farming district. 



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INDIANA. 



INDIANA. 



RIPLEY CO Pop. 19,054.* 

Versailles, a town of 1,400 pop., on Laughrey 
Creek, 5 miles from the Ohio arid Mississippi 
Railroad. 

JtlSH CO Pop. 24,000. 

Rushville, a town of 1,800 pop., on Rushville 
Branch, which connects with the Indianapolis 
& Cincinnati Railroad at Shelhyville. A fer- 
tile district, and center of considerable trade. 
ST. JOSEPH'S CO Pop. 35,000. 

Mishawaka, a town of 4,000 pop., on St. 
Joseph's River and the Northern Indiana Rail- 
road, 89 miles from Chicago. 

South Bend, a town of 10,000 pop., on St. 
Joseph's River and the Northern Indiana Rail- 
road, 85 miles from Chicago. The river fur- 
nishes water power, which is employed in 
various manufactures. 

SHELBY CO Pop. 27,OCO. 

Shelbyville, a town of 3,500 pop., on Blue 
River, 26 miles from Indianapolis. The In- 
dianapolis & Cincinnati Railroad intersects 
the Shelhyville & Rushville Railroad at this 
point. 

SPENCER CO Pop. 28,000. 

Rockport, a town of 3,000 pop., on Ohio River, 
50 miles above Evansville. 

STARKE CO Pop. 3,195.* 

Knox, a town of 1,000 pop., on Yellow River 
about 10 miles from English Lake. 

STElBEiV CO Pop. 10,374.* 

Angola, a town of 1,800 pop., near the N. E. cor- 
ner of the State, about 40 miles from Fort 
Wayne. 

Sl'LLIVAS CO Pop. 20,OOO. 

Sullivan, a town of 1,800 pop., on the Evans- 
ville & Crawfordsville Railroad, 36 miles from 
Terre Haute. 

SWITZEttLAIVD CO Pop. 14,000. 

Vevay, a town of '2,000 pop., on Ohio River, 
75 miles below Cincinnati. A place of active 
trade. 

TIPPECA3VOE CO Pop. 50,000. 

Lafayette, a city of 22,000 pop., on Wabash 
River and the Toledo, Wabash & Western Rail- 
road, at the .terminus of the Lafayette & In- 
dianapolis Railroad, 66 miles from" Indianap- 
olis. The Louisville, New Albany & Chicago 
Railroad passes through here. The railroad 
connections make it a centering point for the 
rich and populous agricultural districts sur- 
rounding it. 

TIPTON CO.— Pop. 8,T70.* 

Tipton, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Peru & In- 
dianapolis Railroad, 40 miles from Indian- 
apolis. 

tnion co Pop. 15,000. 

Liberty, a town of 700 pop., on a railroad con- 
necting it with Hamilton, Ohio. 
VAXDERBURGH. CO Pop. 75,000. 

Evansville, a city of 30,000 pop., on Ohio 
River, 200 miles below Louisville, and at the 
terminus of the Evansville & Crawfordsville 
Railroad. The Wabash & Erie Canal termi- 
nates here, which, with the river commerce, 
makes it one of the most important commer- 
cial cities in the State. Considerable manu- 
facturing is done here, and large quantities of 
of grain and pork are shipped to other 
markets. 

VERMILLION CO — Pop. 12,000. 

Newport, a town of 700 pop., near Wabash 
River, 75 miles W. of Indianapolis and about 
30 miles above Terre Haute. 

VKiO CO Pop. 40,000. 

Terre Haute, a town of 24,000 pop., on Wabash 
River and the Terre Haute & Indianapolis 
Railroad, at the intersection of the Evansville 
& Crawfordville Railroad, 73 miles from Indi- 
anapolis. A railroad runs from here to St. 
Louis via Alton. It is one of the most impor- 
tant shipping points on the Wabash & Erie 
Canal. A rich and highly cultivated ascri- 
cultural district. 

WABASH CO Pop. 28,000. 

Wabash, a town of 4,000 pop., on Wabash 
River and the Toledo, Wabash & Western 
Railroad, 42 miles from Fort Wayne. A place 
of active trade, surrounded by a fertile agri- 
cultural district. 



WARREIV CO — Pop. 10,057.* 

Williamsport, a town of 520* pop., on Wa- 
bash River and the Toledo, Wabash & Western 
Railroad, 24 miles below Lafayette. 

WARRICK CO Pop. '20,000. 

Newburgh, a town of 2,000 pop., on Ohio 
River, 13 miles above Evansville. 

WASHINGTON CO.— Pop. 17,009.* 

Salem, a town of 1,372* pop., on the Louisville, 
New Albany & Chicago Railroad, 35 miles 
from New Albany, in an agricultural district. 
WAYNE CO — Pop. 40,000. 

Cambridge City, a town of 1,622 pop., on the 
Whitewater Canal and the Indiana Central 
Railroad, 16 miles from Richmond and 53 miles 
from Indianapolis. 

Hagerstown, a village of 638* pop., on a 
branch of Whitewater River, 60 miles E. by N. 
of Indianapolis, and at the head of naviga- 
tion on the Whitewater Canal. A place of 
active trade. 

Richmond, a town of 18,000 pop., on the Colum- 
bus & Indiana Central Railroad, at the inter- 
section of the Chicago & Great Eastern 
Railroad, 69 miles from Indianapolis. Exten- 
sively engaged in various kinds of manufact- 
ures, and a place of active trade. 

WELLS CO.— Pop. IO, 844.* 

Bluffiton, a town of 760* pop., 011 Wabash 
River, 25 miles S. of Fort Wayne. 

WHITE CO Pop. 8,258.* 

Monticello, a town of 565* pop., on Columbus 
& Indiana Central Railroad, 21 miles W. of 
Logan spo rt. 

WHITLEY CO Pop. 10,730.* 

Columbia City, a town of 887* pop., on the 
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad, 
19 miles from Fort Wayne. 



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ALAMAKEE CO Pop.20,000. 

Lansing, a town of 5,000 pop., on Mississippi 

River, 33 miles above Prairie cm Chien. 
Waukon, a town of 1,200 pop., in a rich fanning 
district, 18 miles from Mississippi River at 
Lansing. 

APPANOOSE CO Pop. 15.000. 

Centerville, a town of 2,000 pop., about 80 mile3 
S. S. E. of Des Moines. 

BENTON CO Pop. 17,000. 

Vinton, a town of 2,100 pop., on Red Cedar 
River, 25 miles N. W. of Cedar Rapids. 
BLACK HAWK CO — Pop. 20,000. 
Cedar Falls, a town of 1,503* pop., on Cedar 
River and on the Dubuque & Sioux City Rail- 
road, 100 miles from Burlington. 
Waterloo, a town of 4,800 pop., on the Dubuque 
& Sioux City Railroad, 93 miles from Du- 
buque. 

BOONE CO Pop. 14,000. 

Boonsborough, a town of 2,500 pop., near 
Des Moines River, and on the Chicago & 
North-western Railroad, 40 miles N. N. W. of 
Des Moines. 

BREMER CO Pop. 12,000. 

Waverly, a town of 3,000 pop., on Red Cedar 
River, 15 miles N. of Cedar Falls. 

BUCHANAN CO — Pop. 13,000. 
Independence, a town of 3,000 pop., on Wapsi- 
pinicon River and on the Dubuque & Sioux 
City Railroad, 69 miles from Dubuque. 
BUTLER CO — Pop. 8,000. 
Clarksville , a town of 1,200 pop., on Shell 
Rock River, 12 miles from Waverly. 

CASS CO Pop. 1,6I2> 

Lewis, a town of 2,000 pop., 50 miles E. of Coun- 
cil Bluffs. 

CEDAR CO Pop. 12,040.* 

Tipton, a town of 1,190* pop., about 5 miles 
from Iowa River and 25 miles N. of Muscatine. 

CHICKASAW CO Pop. 4,33©.* 

Nashua, a town of 3,000 pop., on Red Cedar 

River, 30 miles above Cedar Falls. 
New Hampton, a town of 303* pop., about 15 
miles N. E. of Nashua and 112 miles W. N. W. 
of Dubuque. 

CLARKE CO. Pop. 0,000. 
Osceola, a town of 2,000 pop., 40 miles S. by W. 
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CLAYTOiV CO Pop. 35,000. 

Elkader, a town of 1,000 pop., 20 miles from 
Mississippi River at Prairie du Chien. 

McGregor, a town of 4,500 pop., on Missis- 
sippi River, opposite Prairie du Chien and 61 
iiiilos above Dubuque; the Eastern terminus 
of the McGregor & Western Railroad] a place 
of active trade. 

cllytox ro Pop. :to,ooo. 

Clinton, a town of 7,000 pop., on Mississippi 
River, 42 miles above Davenport. The Chi- 
cago <s North-western Railroad passes through 

here. 

De Wit, a town of 2,000 pop., on the Chicago & 
North-western Railroad, 19 miles from Clinton. 

Lyons, a town of 5,000 pop., on Mississippi 
River, opposite Fulton, 111., and 136 miles 
from Chicagp. Considerable manufacturing 
is done here. The Chicago & North- western 
Railroad crosses the river 2 miles below here. 
It has a large and flourishing business. 
CRAWFOKI) CO Pop. :ts:i.* 

Deimison, a town of 150* pop., on Boyer River, 
GO miles N. E. of Council Bluffs. 

DALLAS CO Pop. N,000. 

Adel, a town of 1,200 pop., on Racoon River, 
24 miles W. of Des Moines. 

DAVIS CO Pop. 1-1,00». 

Rloomfield, a town of 1.200 pop., near Fox 
River, 70 miles W. N. W. of Keokuk. 

DEfATIB CO Pop. lO.OOO. 

Leon, a town of 1,000 pop., 65 miles 8. of Des 
Moines. 

DELAWARE CO Pop. 15,000. 

Manchester, a town of 2,0(10 pop., on Mnquake- 
ta River and on the Dubuque & Sioux City 
Railroad, 47 miles from Dubuque. 

Sand Springs, a town of 1 200 pop., on the Du- 
buque & South-western Railroad, 37 miles from 
Dubuque. 

DES MOLYES CO Pop. 45,000. 

Burlington, a city of 20,000 pop., on Missis- 
sippi River, and on the Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy Railroad, 210 miles from Chicago. Con- 
siderable manufacturing is done here. It is 
the center of a large ami flourishing trade. 
DIBIQIE CO Pop. 40,0<>0. 

Dubuque, a city of 27,000 pop., on Missis- 
sippi River, at the Eastern terminus of the 
Dubuque & Sioux City Railroad, and opposite 
Dunleith, 111., the Western terminus of the 
Illinois Central Railroad. Immense quanti- 
ties of lead are mined in this vicinity. Ex- 
tensively engaged in river commerce, and sur- 
rounded by a rich and highly cultivated agri- 
cultural district. The largest city in the State. 

Jefferson, a town of 1,414* pop.," 5 miles from 
Mississippi River and 10 miles above Dubuque. 
FAYETTE CO.— Pop. 15,000. 

Clermont, a town of 877* pop., on Turkey River, 
28 miles W. of Prairie du Chien, Wis. 

Fayette, a town of 1.300 pop., on the Volga Riv- 
er, 12 miles S. W. of Clermont. 

West Union, a town of 1,700 pop., 10 miles N. of 
Fayette and 85 N. W. of Dubuque. 

FLOYD CO Pop. :t,744.* 

Charles City, a town of 2,500 pop., on Cedar 
River, 150 miles W. N. W. of Dubuque. 
FRAIYKLTIV CO. Pop. :{.r,(io. 

Hampton, a town of 300 pop., 00 miles N. N. E. 
of Des Moines. 

FREMOXT CO — Pop. 12,000. 

Sidney, a town of 1,500 pop., 40 miles S. of 
Council Bluffs. 

GUTHRIE CO — Pop. 3.05*.* 

Panora, a town of 1,500 pop., 41 miles W. by N. 
of Des Moines. 

HVllILTOX CO — Pop. 5,000. 

Webster City, a town of 1,000 pop., on Boone 
River, 40 miles X. of Des Moines and 180 W. of 
Dubuque. 

IIAKDLV CO — Pop. ll.OOO. 
Eldora, a town of 1,097* pop., on Iowa River, 

70 miles X. X. E. of Des Moines. 
Iowa Falls, a town of 1,000 pop., on Iowa 
River and the Dubuque A: Sioux City Railroad. 
145 miles from Dubuque. 

HARRISON CO Pop. 3,621.* 

Magnolia, a town of 515* pop., on Willow 
Creek, 35 miles from Council Bluffs. 



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HENRY CO — Pop. 22,000. 
Mount Pleasant, a town of 5,000 pop., on the 
Burlington & Missouri Railroad, 28 miles from 
Burlington. 

HOU'AICD CO — Pop. 4.3DO. 
Cresco, a town of 800 pop., in the Northern part 
of the state. 

HUMBOLDT CO — Pop. 2,000. 
Dakota City, a town of450pop.,on Des Moines 
River, about SO miles from Des Moines, in an 
agricultural district. 

IOWA CO Pop. H,020.* 

Marengo, a town of 1,233* pop., on the Iowa Di- 
vision of the Chicago & Rocli Island Railroad, 
85 miles from Davenport. 

JACKSOA' CO Pop. 20,000. 

Rellevue, a town of 2,000 pop., on Mississippi 
River, 13 miles below Dubuque. It has a. 
fine steamer landing, and large amounts of 
produce are shipped from the surrounding 
agricultural districts. 
Maquoketa, a town of 2,500 pop., about 25 miles 

S. of Dubuque, and 13 miles from Bellevue. 
Sabula, a town of 2,000 pop., on Mississippi 
River, about 40 miles below Dubuque. 

JASPER CO Pop. 17,000. 

Newton, a town of 3,000 pop., near the Missis- 
sippi & Missouri Railroad, about 151 miles 
from Davenport, and 25 miles from Des Moines. 
JEFFERSON CO.— Pop. 15,0!*8.* 
Fairfield, a town of 0,000 pop., on the Burling- 
ton & Missouri Railroad, 50 miles from Bur- 
lington. An important trade center. 
JOILVSO.Y CO.— Pop. 21,700. 
Iowa City, a town of 10,000 pop., on Iowa 
River, and on the Mississippi & Missouri Rail- 
road, 45 miles from Davenport. 

JOIVES CO.— Pop. i;s,soo.* 
Anamnsa, a town of 889* pop., on Wapsipini- 
con River and on the Dubuque & South- 
western Railroad, 54 miles from Dubuque. 
The center of a large farming region, having 
an active trade. 
Monticello, a town of 886* pop., on the Dubuque 
& South-western Railroad, 43 miles from Du- 
buque. 

KEOKUK CO — Pop. 13,271* 
Sigonrney, a town of 1,288* pop., on Skunk 
River, about 75 miles N. W. of Burlington. 
KOSSOUTH CO — Pop. 2,500. 
Algonia, a town of 1,700 pop., on Des Moines 
River, 120 miles N. by W. of Des Moines. En- 
gaged in milling, the river furnishing abun- 
dant power. 

LEE CO Pop, 3«,000. 

Fort Madison, a town of 5,000 pop., on Missis- 
sippi River, 22 miles above Keokuk and 22 
miles below Burlington. Considerable manu- 
facturing is done here, and large quantities of 
produce shipped from the surrounding farm- 
ing district. 
Keokuk, a city of 14,000 pop., on Mississippi 
River, near the mouth of Des Moines River, 
at the head of navigation for the large 
class of river steamboats. The. eastern ten 1 1 i- 
nus of the Des Moines Valley Railroad. The 
river commerce is very extensive. 

LIA'iV CO Pop. 2S,000. 

Cedar Rapids, a town of 0,000 pop., on Red 
Cedar River, and on the Chicago & Northwest- 
ern Railroad, at the junction of the Dubuque 
& South-western Railroad, 70 miles from Du- 
buque. It has good water power which is 
employed in a number of mills. 
Marion, a town of 3,000 pop , on the Dubuque & 
South-western R. R.,0 miles from Cedar Rapids. 

LOUISA CO Pop. 10.U70.* 

■Wapello, a town of 992* pop., on Iowa River, 
about 20 miles S. of Muscatine. 

MUCAS CO — Pop. S,25<). 
Chariton, a. town of 2,000 pop., about 40 miles 
W. of Ottumwa. 

MADISOX CO Pop. 7,3.10.* 

Winterset, a town of 015* pop., about 30 miles 
S. W. of Des Moines. 

MAHASKA CO — Pop. 22,000. 
Oskaloosa, a town of 5,000 pop., on Des Moines 
Valley Railroad, 101 miles from Keokuk; 
pleasantly situated and the center of an ac- 
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MARION CO.— Pop. 30,000. 
Knoxville, a town of 2,000 pop., about 40 miles 

S. S. E. of Des Moines. 
Polla, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Des Moines 
Valley Railroad, 46 miles from Keokuk. 

MARSHAL,!, CO Pop. 15,000. 

Marshalltown, a town of 3,000 pop., on the 
Chicago & North-western Railroad, 70 miles 
W. of Cedar Rapids. 

MILLS CO Pop. 10,000. 

Glcnwood, a town of 1,500 pop., on Keg Creek, 
' about 20 miles S, by E. of Council Bluffs. 

MITCHEH'CO Pop. 10,000. 

Osage, a town of816*pop., on Red Cedar River, 

00 miles above Cedar Falls. 
West Mitchell, a town of 1,150 pop., about five 
miles from Osage. 

MONONA CO.— Pop. 2,500. 
©nawa, a town of 500 pop., 7 miles from Mis- 
souri River and 55 miles N. of Council Bluffs. 
MONROE CO.— Pop. 13,000. 
Aluia, a town of 1,000 pop., about 21 miles s. 
by W. of Oskaloosa, in a line farming district. 

Ml'SCATINE CO Pop. 20,000. 

Muscatine, a city of 10,000 pop., on Missis- 
sippi River, 300 miles above St. Louis. The cen- 
tering point of a very large trade. Railroads 
connect with Washington, and with the .Mis- 
sissippi & Missouri Railroads at Wilton Junc- 
tion. The river commerce is very extensive. 
Extensivelv engaged in the lumber trade. 

PAGE CO Pop. 7,000. 

Clarinda, a town of 1,000 pop., on Nodaway 
River, 45 miles S. E. of Council Bluffs. 
POLK CO — Pop. 31.000. 
Des Moines, a city of 15,000 pop., on Des 
Moines River, at the mouth of Racoon River, 
and on the Mississippi & Missouri Rail- 
road, 17'i miles from Davenport. The Des 
Moines Valley Railroad connects with Keo- 
kuk. A place of active trade. 

POTTAWATOMIE CO Pop. 25,000. 

Council Bluffs, a city of 10,000 pop., on Mis- 
souri River, opposite Omaha, Neb., on the .Mis- 
sissippi & Missouri Railroad, 120 miles W . of 
Des Moines. A place of great business ac- 
tivitv. 

POWESHIEK CO — Pop. 11,000. 
Montezuma, a town of 1,250 pop., about 20 
miles N. of Oskaloosa and 10 miles from the 
Mississippi & Missouri Railroad. 

RINGGOLD CO Pop. 2,023.* 

Mount Ayr, a town of 380* pop., about 75 miles 
S. S. W. of Des Moines. 

SCOTT CO.— Pop. 35,000. 
Davenport, a city of 25,000 pop., on Missis- 
sippi River, opposite Rock Island, 111. The 
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad cross- 
es the river here. It is engaged in various 
kinds of manufactures and has a very large 
trade. The second city in population and im- 
portance in the State. 
Le Claire, a town of 1,412* pop., on Mississippi 
River, about 15 miles from Davenport. 
STORY CO — Pop. 8,000. 
Nevada, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Chicago & 
North-western Railroad, 99 miles from Cedar 
Rapids, and 33 miles N. N. E. of Des Moines. 

TAMA CO Pop. 13,000. 

Toledo, a town of 1,200 pop., near the Chicago 
& North-western Railroad, about 20mdesE."of 
Marshal ltown. 

TAYLOR CO.— Pop. 3,590.* 
Bedford, a town of 409* pop., about 100 miles 
from Des Moines. 

CNION CO Pop. 2,012.* 

Afton, a town of 502* pop., 50 miles S. W. of 
Des Moines. 

VAN BUREN CO — Pop. 17,081.* 
Keo.sauqua, a town of 2,000 pop., on Des Moines 
River, 48 miles from Keokuk. It has excellent 
water power, which is employed in several 
mills. Surrounded by a rich farming district, 
and center of a largetrade. 

WAPELLO CO.— Pop. 20,000. 
Eddyville, a town of 2,500 pop., on Des Moines 
River and on the Des Moines Valley Rail- 
road, 8!i miles from Keokuk. 
Ottumwa, a town of 5,000 pop., on Des Moines 
River and on the Des Moines Valley Rail- 



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road, 70 miles from Keokuk. The Burlington 
& Missouri Railroad connects with Burlington 

WARREN CO Pop. 10,2N1.* 

Indianola, a town of 1,500 pop., 18 miles S. of 
Des Moines. 

WASHINGTON CO Pop. 18,000. 

Washington, a town of 4,000 pop., on a rail- 
road, 38 miles from Muscatine. Engaged in 
manufactures, and a place of active trade. 
WAYNE CO.— Pop. 6,409.* 
Corydon, a town of 040* pop., 05 miles S. by E. 
of Des Moines. 

WEBSTER CO — Pop. T,©00. 
Fort Dodge, a town of 2,100 pop., on Des Moines 
River, 05 miles from Des Moines. 

WINNESHIEK CO Pop. 25,000. 

Decorah, a town of 3,000 pop., on a branch 
railroad that connects with the McGregor & 
Western Railroad at Calmar. 

WOODBIRY CO Pop. 6,000. 

Sioux City, a town of 4,000 pop., on Missouri 
River, 220 miles above Council Bluffs. 

KANSAS. 

ALLEN CO.— Pop. 3,OS2.* 
Humboldt, a town of 1,200 pop., near Neosho 
River, about 100 miles S. by E. of Topeka. Sil- 
ver mines are located in the vicinity. 
ANDERSON CO — Pop. 2,3»8.* 
Garnett, a town of 1,200 pop., about 50 miles S. 
of Lawrence. 

ATCHISON CO — Pop. 25,000. 
Atchison, a city of 8,000 pop. ,011 Missouri River, 
25 miles from Leavenworth and 20 miles from 
St. Joseph, to which it is connected by rail- 
road. Extensively engaged in manufacturing 
and a place of active business. Second city 
in the State in population and business im- 
portance. 

BOCRBON CO Pop. 23,000. 

Port Scott, a town of 3,500 pop., about 120 miles 
S. of Leavenworth. A place of active trade. 
CHASE CO.— Pop. 1,200. 
Cottonwood Palls, a town of 300 pop., on Cot- - 
ton wood River, 05 miles S. W. of Topeka. 

COFFEE CO Pop. 2,842.* 

Burlington, a town of 401* pop., on Neosho 
River, about 63 miles from Topeka. 

DAVIS CO Pop. 3,000. 

Junction City, a town of 2,000 pop., on Kansas 
River, 65 miles from Topeka. 

DONIPHAN CO Pop. 8,083.* 

Wathena, a town of 1,000 pop., on Missouri 

River, nearly opposite St. Joseph. 
White Cloud', a town of 1,500 pop., on Missouri 
River, 35 miles N. W. of St. Joseph. 

DOUGLAS CO — Pop. 30,000. 
Lawrence, a city of 10,000 pop., on Kansas 
River and the Union Pacific Railroad, 38 miles 
from Kansas City, Mo. 

FRANKLIN CO — Pop. 3,030.* 
Ottawa, a town of 542* pop., on Osage River, 
25 miles S. of Lawrence. 

JACKSON CO — Pop. 1,930.* 
Holton, a town of 154* pop., 30 miles N. of To- 
peka. 

JEFFERSON CO — Pop. 17,000. 
Oskaloosa, a town of 800 pop., about 22 miles N. 
by W. of Lawrence. 

JOHNSON CO — Pop. 20.000. 
Olathe, a town of 1,000 pop., 22 miles S. W. of 
Kansas City, Mo. 

LEAVENWORTH CO — Pop. OO.OOO. . 
Leavenworth, a city of 33,000 pop., on Mis- 
souri River, 30 miles S. of St. Joseph The 
great metropolis of Kansas. Its railroad con- 
nections and its river trade make it a point 
of great commercial importance. The largest 
city in the state. 

LINN CO Pop. 10,000. 

Mound City, a town of 800 pop., 24 miles N. by 
W. of Fort Scott, and 95 miles S. of Leaven- 
worth. 

LYON CO Pop. 9,000. 

Emporia, a town of 1,200 pop., near Neosho 
River, about 05 miles S. W. of Lawrence. 

MIAMI CO Pop. IO.OOO. 

Paola, a town of 1,800 pop., 45 miles S. by W. of 
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NEMAHA CO.— Pop. 2, 436.* 

Sciiecn, a town of 1,800 pop., on Nemaha River, 
HO miles N. v W\ of Topeka, 63 miles from St. 
Joseph, on the Pony Express Route to Gal. 
OSAGE cO — Pop. 1,113.* 

Burlingame, a town of 800 pop., 22 miles S. of 
Topeka. 

RILEY' CO — Pop. 5,666. 

Manhattan, :i town of 1,600 pop .at the junction 
of Big Blue with Kansas River, and on the 
Union Pacific Railroad, so miles from Law- 
rence. 

SALINE CO — Pop. 3,006. 

Salina, a town of 1,200 pop., on Smoky Hill 
Fork of Kansas River, 175 mill's \\\ by S. of 
Leavenworth. 

sh.vwxke co.— Pop. ia,ooo. 

Topeka, State Capital, a town of 0.000 pop., on 
Kansas River and on the Union Pacific Kail- 
road, 29 miles from Lawrence. 

YVYANBOT CO Pop. »,OOG. 

Wyandot, a town of 4,000 pop., on Missouri 
River, near the mouth of Kansas River, and 3 
miles above Kansas City, Mo. A place of ac- 
tive trade. 



KENTUCKY. 



KENTUCKY. 



BEURI£\ CO Pop. 16,655.* 

Glasgow, a town of 2.000 pop., near the line of 
the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, 00 miles 
S. of Louisville. 

BOrRBOS CO Pop. 14,860.* 

Paris, a town of 1,440* pop., on the Kentucky 
Central Railroad. 80 miles from Covington. 

BOYD CO Pop. 6,644.* 

Catlettsburg, a town of -2, 500 pop., on Ohio Riv- 
er, at the mouth of Bi<^ Sandy River, 100 miles 
E. by X. of Frankfort. 

BOYLE CO.— Pop. 11,000. 
Danville, a town of 3,500 pop., 42 miles S. of 
Frankfort. 

CARBOLL CO Pop. 6,579.* 

Carrollton, a town of 1,500 pop., on Ohio River, 
near the mouth of Kentucky River, 45 miles 
N. bv W. of Frankfort. 

CHRISTIAN CO Pop. 21,627.* 

Hopkinsville, a town of 2,289* pop., 204 miles 
S. W. of Frankfort. 

DAVIESS CO.— Pop. 15,549.* 
Oivensboro, a town of 2.308* pop., on Ohio Riv- 
er, 155 miles below Louisville. It has a steam- 
boat landing and is the principal shipping 
point for the county. 

FAYETTE CO.— Pop. 23,599.* 
Lexington, a city of 9,521* pop., at the intersec- 
tion of the Kentucky Central Railroad with the 
Louisville & Lexington Railroad, 29 miles 
from Frankfort and 100 miles from Cincinnati. 
The second city in population in the state. 

FBAYHLIY CO Pop. 1S,094.* 

Frankfort, State Capital, a town of 3,702* pop., 
on Kentucky River, (10 miles from its month. 
The Louisville & Lexington Railroad passes 
through here. 

FILTOS CO Pop. 5,317.* 

nickman, a town of 1,006* pop., on Mississippi 
River, at the terminus of the Nashville & 
North-western Railroad, 170 miles from Nash- 
ville, and 35 miles below the mouth of Ohio 
River. 

IIAXCOCK CO Pop. 6,213.* 

Ilavresville, a town of 1,128* pop., on Ohio 
River. 124 miles below Louisville. 

hardin co Pop. ao,ooo. 

Elizabetbtown, a town of 2.000 pop., on the 
Louisville & Nashville Railroad, 42 miles from 
Louisville. 

HARRISON CO.— Pop. 15,000. 

Cynthiana, a town of 2,600 pop., on the Ken- 
lucky Central Railroad. 66 miles from Coving- 
ton, and 37 miles N. I-;, of Frankfort. 
HART CO — Pop. IO.OOO. 

Horse Cave, a town of 1,200 pop., on the Louis- 
ville A: Nashville Railroad, 80 miles from Lou- 
isville. 

HEXDERSO\ T CO Pop. 14,262.* 

Henderson, a town of 2, 'loo pop., on I »hio River, 
about 10 miles below Evansville, 111., and 170 
miles W. of Frankfort. 



HICKMAN CO — Pop. 18,666. 

Columbus, a town of 6,000 pop., on Mississippi 
River, aboul 15 miles below Cairo, ill. 
JEFFERSON CO — Pop. 186,666. 

Louisville, a city of l lo.ooo pop., on Ohio Riv- 
er, 130 miles belOW Cincinnati. Extensively 

engaged in commerce and manufactures. The 

largest City in the state, and one of the most 
important on Ohio River. 

KE.YTO.Y CO Pop. 25,467.* 

Covington, a city of 16,471* pop., on Ohio Riv- 
er, opposite Cincinnati, and at the terminus 
of the Kentucky Central Railroad. 

LOGAN CO Pop. 19,621.* 

Russellville, a town of 2,089* pop., on the 
Memphis* Louisville Railroad, 1 43 miles from 
Louisville. 

Mccracken co — Pop. io,»eo.* 

Paducah, a town of 4,500* pop., on Ohio River, 
just below the mouth of the Tennessee River, 
and at the terminus of the New < (rleans & Ohio 
Railroad. It has a large river trade. 

MADISON COUNTY— Pop. 17,267.* 
Richmond, a town of 815* pop., 50 miles S. by 
E. of Frankfort. 

MARION CO — Pop. 12,593.* 
Lebanon, a town of 4,000 pop., on a branch of 
the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, 67 miles 
from Louisville. 

MASON CO Pop. 20,006. 

Maysville, a town of 5,000 pop., on Ohio River, 
60 miles above Cincinnati. A place of active 
trade, and an important shipping point for 
the products of the surrounding country. 

MERCER CO Pop. 13,761.* 

Harrodsburg, a town of 1,008* pop., about 30 
miles S. of Frankfort. 

MONTGOMERY CO Pop. 7,859.* 

Mount Sterling, a town of 759* pop., about 30 
miles E. of Lexington. 

NICHOLAS CO — Pop. 11,630.* 
Carlisle, a town of 300 pop., about 30 miles N. 
E. of Lexington. 

SCOTT RIN CO.— Pop. 14,417.* 
Georgetown, a town of 1,800 pop., about 12 
miles N. of Lexington, and 17 miles E. of 
Frankfort. 

SLMPSON CO.— Pop. 14,666. 
Franklin, a town of 3,500 pop., on the Louis- 
ville & Nashville Railroad, 134 miles from 
Louisville. 

INION CO.— Pop. 12,791.* 
Uniontown, a town of 1,900 pop., on Ohio Riv- 
er, at the mouth of Highland Creek, 244 miles 
below Louisville. 

WARREN CO — Pop. 17,326.* 
Bowling Green, a town of 0,000 pop., on Big 
Barren River, at the head of navigation, and 
on the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, 113 
miles from Louisville. 



LOUISIANA. 



ASCENSION CO — Pop. 4,168.* 
Donaldsonville, a town of 1,484 pop., on Mis- 
sissippi River, 82 miles above New Orleans. 
AYOYELLES CO.— Pop. 18,666. 
Marksville, a town of GOO pop., about 10 miles 
from Red River. 

EEIAYILLE CO — Pop. 6,666.* 
Mount Lebanon, a town of 400 pop., about 50 
miles E. of Shreveport. 

BOSSIER CO.— Pop. 18,666. 
Bellevue, a town of 200 pop., on Lake. Bodeau, 
20 miles N. E. of Shreveport. 

CADDO CO — Pop. 4,862.* 
Shreveport, a town of 7,000pop., on Red River, 
300 miles N. W. of Baton Rouge, situated at 
the head of steamboat navigation, in the 
center of an extensive cotton growing dis- 
trict. It has an extensive trade. 

CARROLL CO — Pop. 4,141.* 
Providence, a town of 800 pop., on .Mississippi 
River, 430 miles from New Orleans. 

CATAHOULA CO — Pop. 7,566. 

Harrisonburg, a town of 300 pop., on Ouachita 

River, about 100 miles X. by W. of Baton Rouge. 

CLAIBORNE CO — Pop. 9,666.* 

Homer, a town of 1,450 pop., 200 miles N. W. of 

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Minden, a town of 1,146* pop., about 30 miles E. 
by N. of Shreveport. 

COKCORBIA CO.— Pop. 6,000. 
Vidalia, a town of 300 pop., on Mississippi Riv- 
er, opposite Natchez. 

DE SOTO CO — Pop. 4,791.* 
Mansfield, a town of 300 pop., 32 miles S. of 
Shreveport. 

BATON ROUGE CO Pop. 6,000. 

Raton Rouge, a town of 3,000 pop., on Mis- 
sissippi Rivet, 120 miles above New Or- 
leans. 

EAST FELICIANA CO Pop. 12,000. 

Clinton, a town of -2,000 pop., 32 miles from Ba- 
ton Rouge. A railroad connects with Port 
Hudson, on the Mississippi. 

FRAXliLL\ CO Pop. 2,760.* 

WinnsboroMgh, a town of 500 pop., on Turkey 
Creek, 200 miles N. by W. of Baton Rouge. 

IBERVILLE CO Pop. 7,000. 

Plaquemine, a town of 1,000 pop., on Missis- 
sippi River, 112 miles above New Orleans. 
JACKSOS CO.— Pop. 5,376.* 
Vernon, a town of 500 pop., about 70 miles E. 
of Shreveport. 

LA FAYETTE CO Pop. 8,000. 

Vermillionvilic, a town of 1,200 pop., on Ver- 
million Bayou, 60 miles W. by S. of Baton 
Rouge . 

LA FOURCHE CO.— Pop. 7,649.* 
Thibodeaux, a town of 1,380 pop., on Bayou 
La Fourche, . r >r> miles from New Orleans. 

MADISOS CO Pop. 1,656.* 

Richmond, a town of 300 pop., about 25 miles 
W. of Vicksburg, Miss. 

MOREHOUSE CO Pop. 2.500. 

Bastrop, a town of 500 pop., about 60 miles N. 
bv W. of Vicksburg, Miss. 

NATCHITOCHES CO Pop. 15,000. 

Natchitoches, a town of 2,000 pop., on Red 
River, about 60 miles S. E. of Shreveport. It 
has a good steamboat landing, and is the cen- 
ter of an active trade. 

ORLEANS CO. Pop. 270,000. 
New Orleans, a city of 250,000 pop., on Missis- 
sippi River, 110 miles from its mouth. The 
great commercial emporium of the South, 
and largest cotton market in the world. The 
foreign and domestic commerce is immense. 
Steamboats make regular trips to all points 
on the Mississippi and its tributaries. The 
largest citv in the South, and the ninth In the 
United States. 

OUACHITA CO Pop. 20,000. 

Monroe, a town of 1,000 pop., on Ouachita River, 
about 65 miles W. of Vicksburg, Miss. Steam- 
boats make regular landings in passing up 
and down the river. 

PLAQUEMINES CO.— Pop. O.OOO. 
Point a la Hache, a town of 500 pop., on Mis- 
sissippi River, about 40 miles below New Or- 
leans. 

POINT COUPEE CO.— Pop. 4,815.* 
Point Coupee, a town of 1,000 pop., on Missis- 
sippi River, opposite Bayou Sara and 25 miles 
from Baton Rouge. 

RAPIDES CO Pop. 10,002.* 

Alexandria, a town of 1.461* pop., on Red River, 
about 100 miles N. W. of Baton Rouge. 
ST. HELENA CO.— Pop. 5,000. 
Greensliui'g. a town of 200 pop., about 40 miles 

E. by N. of Baton Rouge. 
Tangapahoa, a town of 1,000 pop., on the New 
Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Railroad, 
78 miles from New Orleans. 

ST. JAMES CO.— Pop. 0,OOO. 
Gentilly, a town of 1,200 pop., on Mississippi j 
River, about 40 miles above New Orleans. 

ST. JOHN BAPTIST CO Pop. 0,000. 

Edward, a town of 500 pop., on Mississippi 
River, about 30 miles above New Orleans. 
ST. LAMDRY CO — Pop. 11,068.* 
Opelonsas, a town of 3,000 pop., about 50 miles 
W. of Baton Rouge. 

ST. MARTINS CO.— Pop. 5,316.* 
St. Martinsville, a town of 400 pop., on Teche 
River. 125 miles W. by S. of Baton Rouge. 

ST. MARY'S CO Pop. 13,500. 

Franklin, a town of 1.200 pop., on Teche River, 
125 miles S. by W. of Baton Rouge. 



LOUISIANA. 



TENSAS CO — Pop. 1,486.* 

St. Joseph, a town of 500 pop., on Mississippi 

River, about 30 miles above Natchez, Miss. 

TERRE BONNE CO.— Pop. 5,300.* 

Houma, a town of 500 pop., about 50 miles W. 

by S. of New Orleans. 

UNION CO Pop. 9,000. 

Farmersville, a town of 300 pop., near Bayou 
d' Arbonne, about 95 miles W. by N. of Vicks- 
burg, Jliss. 

VERMILLION CO Pop. 3,008.* 

Abbeville, a town of 300 pop., on Bayou Ver- 
million, about 55 miles W. by S. of Baton 
Rouge. 



MAINE. 



ANDROSCOGGIN CO Pop. 38,000. 

Lewiston, a city of 16,000 pop., on Androscog- 
gin River. One of the largest cotton and 
woolen manufacturing cities in the United 
States. 

Mechanics Falls, a town of 6.000 pop., at junc- 
tion of the Atlantic and St. Lawrence & Buck- 
field Railroads. 

AROOSTOOK CO Pop. 20,000. 

Houlton, a town of 3,000 pop., 190 miles N. E. of 
Augusta. Extensively engaged in manufac- 
tures. County Seat. 

Presqne Isle, a town of 1,000 pop., on Presque 
River, having a fine water power, 140 miles 
from Bangor. 

CUMBERLAND CO.— Pop. 76,000. 

Brunswick, a town of 5,000 pop., on Andros- 
coggin River. Quite extensively engaged in 
the lumber trade and shipbuilding. Seat of 
Bowdoin College. 

Portland, a city of 30,000 pop., on Casco Bay. 
Has one of the finest harbors on the coast. It 
has a very large trade with the West Indies. 
The largest city in Maine, and the fifth in New 
England. 

FRANKLIN CO Pop. 20,403.* 

Farniington, a town of 3,106* pop., on Sandy 
River. 

HANCOCK CO Pop. 40,000. 

Bucksport, a town of 3,500 pop., on Kennebec 
River, 18 miles S. of Bangor. 

Ellsworth, a town of 4,700 pop., on Union Riv- 
er Extensively engaged in the lumber trade. 
KENNEBEC CO.— Pop. 56,000. 

Augusta, State Capital, a city of 10.000 pop., on 
Kennebec River, at head of sloop navigation . 
Extensively engaged in commerce and man- 
ufactures. 

Gardiner, a citv of 6,000 pop., on Kennebec 
River, 7 miles S. of Augusta. Has extensive 
water power, and is largely engaged in manu- 
factures and commerce. 

Hallowell, a town of 3,500 pop., on Kennebec 
River, 2 miles S. of Augusta. Has granite 
epiaries, from which large quantities are ex- 
ported. 

Waterville, a town of 4,500 pop., on Kennebec 
River, 18 miles from Augusta. The Ticonic 
Fall furnish immense water power, which is 
partially developed. 

Winthrop, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Maine 
Central Railroad, 10 miles from Augusta. 
KNOX CO Pop. 40,000. 

Rockland, a city of 8,500 pop., on Penobscot 
Bay. Extensively engaged in ship building 
anil foreign and domestic commerce. Has 
very extensive lime stone quaries. 

OXFORD CO Pop. 36,500. 

Paris, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Grand Trunk 
Railroad. 

PENOBSCOT CO Pop. 80,000. 

Bangor, a city of 20,000 pop., on Penobscot 
River. Extensively engaged in ship building 
and lumber trade, "and the center of supplies 
for a large portion of the central part of the 
State. Largest city in Maine excepting Port- 
land. 

PISCATAQUIS CO Pop. 15,032.* 

Dover, a town of 2,000 pop., on Piscataquis 
River. 

SAGADAHOOK CO Pop. 21,790.* 

Bath, a city of 8,000 pop., on Kennebec River, 
12 miles from its mouth. Extensively engaged 



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in ship building, and enjoys superior advan- 
tages for navigal ion. 

SOMERSET CO — Pop. 35,000. 

North Anson, a town of 2,000 pop., on Kenne- 
bec River. 

Skowhegan, a town of 5,000 pop., on Kennebec 
River, 30 miles from Augusta. 

WALltO CO — Pop. 38,447.* 

Belfast, a city of 5,500 pop-, at tbe head of Pe- 
nobscol Bay, possessing a fine barbor. Quite 
extensively engaged in ship building and for- 
eign and domestic commerce. 

WASIIL\'«JTO.\ CO — Pop. 45,0m). 

Calais, a town of 5,500 pop., at the head of nav- 
igation on St. Croix River. Engaged in ship 
building and lumber trade. 

Eastport, a town of 4,000 pop., on Monroe 
Island. Great lumber depot. Extensively 
engaged in foreign and domestic commerce. 

Machias, a town of 3,000 pop. Engaged In ship 

building and coasl trade. 

YOKK CO Pop. 0:5,000. 

BIddeford, a city of 9,500 pop., on Saco River. 
A thriving cotton manufacturing and com- 
mercial city. 

MARYLAND. 

ALLEGHANY CO — Pop. 35,000. 

Cumberland, a town of 11 ,000 pop., on Potomac 
River and Baltimore it Ohio Railroad, 17'.) 
miles from Baltimore. Extensively engaged 
in trade and coal mining. 
ANNE ARlvABEL CO Pop. 23,000.* 

Annapolis, State Capital, a city of Id. 000 pop., 
on Severn River, 2 miles from Chesapeake Bay 
and 30 miles from Baltimore. The Annapolis 
& Elk Ridge Railroad connect it with the Bal- 
timore & Washington Railroad. The seat of 
St. John's College and of the United States 
Naval Academy. 

BALTIMORE CO.— Pop. .100,000. 

Baltimore, a city of 310,000 pop., on Patapsco 
River, near Chesapeake Bay. The metropolis 
of Maryland, on the Philadelphia, Baltimore 
& Washington Railroad, US miles from the 
former and 38 miles from the latter. Exten- 
sively engaged in foreign and domestic com- 
merce and manufactures. 

Towsontown, a tovrn of 2,000 pop., 7 miles from 
Baltimore. 

CAROLINE CO Pop. 1 4,000. 

Benton, a town of 450 pop., on Choptank River, 
G5 miles from Annapolis. 

cakroll co Pop. 33,000. 

Westminster, a town of 3,000 pop., on the Mary- 
land Railroad, 58 miles from Annapolis. 
CECIL CO Pop. 30,000. 

ElUton, a town of 2,500 pop., on Elk River and 
the Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore 
Rail- road, 50 miles from Baltimore. 

CHARLES CO — Pop. 10,000. 

Port Tobacco, a town of 400 pop., at the head 
of Port Tobacco Bay, on Potomac River, 30 
miles from Washington. 

DORCHESTER CO — Pop. 35,000. 

Cambridge, a town of 1,800 pop., on Chaptank 
River. 20 miles from Chesapeake Bay. 
FREDERICK CO Pop. 47,000. 

Frederick, a town of 10,001) pop., 44 miles from 
Washington and 65 miles from Baltimore. 
Connected to the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 
by a branch 3 miles long. Engaged in manu- 
factures and a place of active trade. 

Libertytown, a village of 600 pop., 15 miles 
from Frederick. 

Middlctown, a town of 1,100 pop., 9 miles from 
Frederick. 

HARFORB CO Pop. 95,000. 

Bel Air, a town of 1,000 pop., 22 miles from Bal- 
timore. The center of considerable trade. 
MO\T«OMERY CO Pop. 18,322.* 

Rockville, a town of 2,000 pop., 16 miles from 
Washington Citv. 
PRINCIC GEORGE'S CO.— Pop. 35,000. 

Upper Marlborough, a town of 500 pop., 17 
miles from Washington Citv. 

QUEEN ANNE CO.— Pop. IO.OOO. 

Centreville, a town of 1,500 pop., 35 miles from 
Annapolis. 



MAID I. \.\l>. 



ST. MARY'S CO — Pop. 15,313.* 
Leonardtown, a town of 5';s ,r pop., on Britton 
River, 55 miles from Annapolis. 

SOMERSET CO — Pop. 34,903.* 

Princess Anne, a town of 2,000 pop., on Manokin 
River, IS miles from its mouth. 

Salisbury, a town of2,500pop.,on the Wicomico 
River, at the terminus of the Delaware Rail- 
road, 95 miles s. E. of Annapolis. 

TALBOT CO Pop. 18,000. 

Easton, a town of 2,000 pop. 

St. Micbaels, a town of 2,000 pop., on St. Mi- 
chael's River, 12 miles from Easton. 

WASHINGTON CO.— Pop. 10,000. 

Boonsborough, a town of 1,200 pop., 10 miles 
from Ilagerstown. 

Hajgerstown, a town of 7.000 pop., near Antie- 
tam River, at the terminus of the ( lumberland 
Valley Railroad, 86 miles from Baltimore. A 
place of active trade. 

WORCESTER CO — Pop. 30,GG1.* 

New Town, a town of 1,500 pop., on Pocomoke 
River. A place of considerable trade. 

Snow Hill, a town of 2,000 pop., on Pocomoke 
River, 20 miles from Pembroke Sound. En- 
gaged in commerce and trade. 



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BARNSTABLE CO — Pop. 3G,000. 

Barnstable, a town of 5,000 pop., on a bay of 
the same name. Extensively engaged iniisk- 
ing and coast trade. 

Sandwich, a town of 0,000 pop., on Cape Cod 
Bay, 56 miles S. E. of Boston. Extensively 
engaged in manufactures. 

Yarmouth Port, a town of 2,752* pop., en- 
gaged in coast trade and mackerel fishing. 
"" BERKSHIRE CO.— Pop. GO,000. 

Great Harrington, a town of 4,000 pop, on the 
Housatonic Railroad. Engaged in various 
manufactures, it has quarries of variegated 
marble. 

Lee, a town of 4,500 pop., engaged in various 
manufactures and quarrying marble. 

North Adams, a town of 10,000 pop., extensively 
engaged in cotton and other manufactures. 

Pittsfi'eld, a town of 8,015* pop., at the junction 
of the Housatonic and the Pittsfleld & North 
Adams Railroads, with the Western Railroad. 
Extensively engaged in manufacturing, and 
the center of a large trade. 

BRISTOL CO Pop. 0:5, 7ft4.* 

Fall River, a city of 25,000 pop., on Taunton 
River, near its "entrance to Mt. Hope Bay. 
Has a good harbor, and is one of the largest 
cotton manufacturing cities in New England. 
The commerce, both foreign and domestic, is 
quite extensive. 

New Bedford, a city of 22.000 pop., on Buzzard's 
Bay. It is more extensively engagei i in whale 
fishery than any other city in the United 
States. It is extensively engaged in manu- 
factures and commerce, and is the richest city 
of its size in New England. 

Taunton, a city of 15,370* pop., on Taunton 
River. Extensively engaged in manufact- 
uring locomotives and other machinery. 
DCKES CO.— Pop. 4,Si)». 

Edtjartown, a town of 2,000 pop ; , extensively 
and almost exclusively engaged in commerce, 
both foreign and domestic. 

ESSEN CO Pop. 100,000. 

Beverly, a town of 0,154* pop., on Ann Harbor, 
opposite Salem. Engaged in commerce, fish- 
ery, and shoe manufacturing. 

Daiivers, a town of 5,110 pop, engaged in shoe 
manufacturing. 

Gloucester, a town of 1 1.000 pop., on (ape Ann. 
Extensively engaged in fishery. The foreign 
and domestic commerce is also quite exten- 
sive. 

Haverhill, a town of 12,000 pop., on Merrimack 
River and the Boston & Maine Railroad. Ex- 
tensively engaged in various manufactures, 
of which boots and shoes are the principal. 

Lawrence, a city of 27,000 pop., on Merrimack 
River, having immense water power, and one 
of the largest cotton and woolen manufactur- 
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lynn, a city of 25,000 pop., on Massachusetts 
Bay and Eastern Railroad, 11 miles from Bos- 
ton. The great center of shoe manufacturing 
of the United States 

Newburyport, a city of 13,401* pop., on the 
Merrimack River & Eastern Railroad. Quite 
extensively engaged in commerce and fishery. 
The cotton and woolen manufacturing is also 
important. 

Pcabody, (formerly So. Danvers), a town of 
5,110* pop., extensively engaged in shoe man- 
ufacturing. 

Salem, a city of 23,000 pop., on the Eastern 
Railroad, 15 miles from Boston. One of the 
oldest cities in New England, and of consid- 
erable commercial importance, having a fine 
and well protected harbor. 

Salisbury Mills, a town of 3,310* pop., on a 
branch of the Eastern Railroad. 

FRANKLIN CO Pop. 31, 434.* 

Greenfield, a town of 3,108* pop., on Connecti- 
cut River, an important railroad centre 
Quite extensively engaged in various manu- 
factures, and the centre of trade for a large 
territory. 

HAMPOEN CO Pop. 57,3Gtt.* 

Holyoke, a town of 4997* pop., on Connecticut 
River, 8 miles from Springfield. Extensively 
engaged in manufacturing, the falls in the 
river affording unlimited water power. 

Palmer, a town of 4,082* pop. Engaged in 
manufacturing. 

Springfield, a city of 25,000 pop., on Connecti- 
cut River, at the junction of several railroads, 
and largest city in Western Massachusetts. 
Manufactures various and extensive. 

Westfield, a town of 0,000 pop., on Westfield 
River and Western Railroad, 11 miles from 
Springfield, Engaged in manufacturing. 
HAMPSHIRE CO Pop. 37,833.* 

Amherst, a town of 3,700 pop. A fine farming 
section. Engaged in various manufactures. 
Seat of Amherst College. 

Northampton, a town of 10,000 pop., on Con- 
necticut River, 19 miles from Springfield. A 
highly cultivated fanning district. There are 
several manufactories here. 

Ware, a town of 5,000 pop. Engaged in woolen 
and other manufactures. 

MIDDLESEX CO — Pop. 250,000. 

Cambridge, a city of 3(5.000 pop., on Charles 
River, connected to Boston by two bridges. 
Engaged in various manufactures, the princi- 
pal of which is glass. Seat of Harvard Col- 
lege. 

Charlestown, a city of 31.000 pop., on Charles 
River, at the head of Boston Harbor, and con- 
nected to Boston by two bridges. Engaged 
in various manufactures. The U. S. Navy 
Yard is located here. 

Hudson, a town of 1.800 pop. Engaged prin- 
cipally in the manufacture of shoes. 

Lowell, a city of 40,000 pop., on Merrimack 
River, at the junction of several railroads. 
one of the great manufacturing cities of the 
United States, far exceeding any other in the 
amount and variety of its manufactures. The 
largest city in the State excepting Boston. 

Maiden, a town of 8,000 pop., miles from Bos- 
ton. 

Marlboro, a town of 5,911* pop., on the Lan- 
caster & Sterling Railroad. Engaged in shoe 
manufacturing. 

]Vatick, a town of fi,000 pop., on the Boston & 
Worcester Railroad, 15 miles from Boston. 
Engaged in boot and shoe manufacturing. 

Newton, a town of 10,000 pop., on the Boston & 
Worcester Railroad, 9 miles from Boston. 
Extensivelv engaged in paper and other man- 
ufactures, 'it is the residence of a large num- 
ber of persons doing business in Boston. 

Waltham, a town of 7,000 pop., on Charles River 
and Fitchburg Railroad, 9 miles from Boston. 
Engaged in manufacturing. Waltham watches 
are made here. 

Woburn, a town of 7,500 pop., on the Boston & 
Lowell Railroad, 10 miles from Boston. En- 
gaged in leather and other manufactures. 
NANTUCKET CO.— Pop. 6,064.* 

Nantucket, a town of 5,000 pop., on Nantucket 



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Island. Engaged in whale, cod and mackerel 
fisherv. 

NORFOLK CO Pop. 30,000. 

B-edham, a town of 0,330* pop., at the terminus 
of the Dedham Branch Railroad, 10 miles from 
Boston, in the centre of a fine agricultural 
district. 

Quiney, a town of 7,000 pop., on Quiney Bay 
and the Old Colony Railroad, 8 miles from 
Boston. Celebrated for its granite quarries, 
from which large quantities are shipped to 
all parts of the United States. 

Weymouth, a town of 10,000 pop., on the South 
Shore Railroad, 12 miles from Boston. Com- 
prises several villages engaged in various 
manufactures. 

PLYMOUTH CO — Pop. 75,000. 

Bridgewater, a town of 4,500 pop., on the Old 
Colony & Newport Railroad, 27 miles from 
Boston. Engaged in manufacturing cotton 
gins and other machinery. 

East Abington, a town of 9,000 pop., on the 
Old Colony Railroad, 18 miles from Boston. 
Largely engaged in the manufacture of boots 
and shoes. 

East Bridgewater, a town of 3,000 pop., en- 
gaged in boot and shoe and other manufact- 
ures. 

Hingliam, a town of 4,351* pop., on S. side of 
Massachusetts Bay, and on the South Shore 
R. R. Engaged in manufacturing and fishery. 

Midelleboro, a town of 5,000 pop., on the Old 
Colony & Newport Railroad, at the junction 
of the Cape Cod Branch Railroad. Extensive- 
ly engaged in manufactures. 

North Bridge water, a town of 7,000 pop., en- 
gaged in manufactures. 

Plymouth, a town of 7.000 pop., on Plymouth 
Bay and Fast branch of Old Colony Railroad. 
Extensively engaged in manufacturing, com- 
merce and fishery. The oldest town in New 
England. 

Wareham, a town of 3,000 pop., on Buzzards 
Bay, and on Cape Cod Railroad, 40 miles from 
Boston. 

SUFFOLK CO Pop. 310,000. 

Boston, State Capital, a city of 300,000 pop., 
on Massachusetts Bay. The great commercial 
metropolis of New England. The second city 
in the United States in commercial impor- 
tance. Extensively engaged in trade with all 
parts of the world. The fourth city in popu- 
lation in the United States. 

Chelsea, a town of 13,395 pop., on the Eastern 
Railroad, 3 miles from Boston. 

WORCESTER CO — Pop. 175,000. 

Athol, a town of 2,604* pop., on the Vt. & 
Mass. Railroad. 

Bane, a town of 3,000 pop. Engaged in various 
manufactures. 

Clinton, a town of 5,000 pop., on Nashua River 
and the Nashua & Worcester Railroad, at the 
junction of the Agricultural Branch Railroad. 
Extensively engaged in manufactures. 

Fitchburgh, a town of 7,805* pop., at the ter- 
minus of the Fitchburgh Railroad, 52 miles 
from Boston. The Cheshire, Vt. & Mass. 
Railroad and the Worcester Railroad center 
here. The manufactures of Fitchburgh arc 
very extensive. The principal being chairs, 
engines, machinery, cotton and woolen goods, 
paper, and piano fortes. 

Milford, a town of 12,500 pop., on the Milford 
Branch Railroad, 35 miles from Boston. En- 
gaged in boot and shoe manufacturing. There 
are several tanneries here. 

Southbridge, a town of 3,575* pop., on Quinne- 
baug River. Engaged in manufacturing. 

Webster, a town of 6,000 pop., on the Norwich & 
Worcester Kailroad, 15 miles from Worcester. 

Westboro, a town of 5,000 pop., on the Boston 
& Worcester Railroad, 30 miles from Boston. 
Engaged in manufacturing boots and shoes, 
and various other articles. 

Worcester, a city of 39,000 pop., in the center ot 
the State, at the junction of six important 
Railroads, and 40 miles from Boston. Very 
extensive manufactories of various kinds are 
located here. The third city in point of popu 
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ALLEGAN CO — Pop. 35,000. 
Allegan, a town of 5,000 pop., on Kalamazoo 
River, about 20 miles from Lake Michigan, 
ami •.'■; miles from Kalamazoo. Engaged in 

lumber trade. 

Otsego, a town of 1,438* pop-. °'t Kalamazoo 
River, 12 miles below Kalamazoo. 

ALPEA'A CO — Pop. l.OOO. 

Alpena, a town of 3,000 pop., on Thunder Bay, 
at the mouth of Thunder Bay River, about 
190 miles \ of Detroit. 

ANTRIM CO — Pop. lO.OOO. 

Elk Rapids, a town of 900pop., on East Arm 
of Grand Traverse Bay, 17 miles from Grand 
Traverse City. 

BAKKY CO Pop. 20,000. 

Hastings, a town of 2,500 pop., <>n Thornapple 
River, 42 miles from Lansing. The river fur- 
nishes extensive, water power, which is em- 
ployed in manufacturing. 

BAY CO Pop. ll.OOO. 

Bay City, a town of 6,500 pop., on Saginaw 
River, 6 miles from its mouth, and 15 miles be- 
low Saginaw. Engaged in the lumber trade. 
BKKRIES CO — Pop. 33,OG6. 

Buchanan, a town of 2,830 pop., on St. Joseph's 
River and the Michigan Central Railroad, 5:1 
miles from Kalamazoo. 

titles, a town of 0,750 pop., on St. Joseph's 
River and the Michigan Central Railroad, 'JO 
miles from Chicago, and 47 miles from Kala- 
mazoo. The river is navigable for small 
steamboats to this point, and affords water 
power, which is employed in several mills. 

Saint Joseph, a town of 3,000 pop., at the 
mouth of .St. Joseph's River. Engaged in the 
lumber trade. 

BRAXCH CO.— Pop. 25,000. 

Bronson. a town of 1,000 pop., on the Michigan 
Southern Railroad, 11 miles from Coldwater. 

Coldwater, a town of 2,905* pop., on the Mich- 
igan Southern Railroad, 115 miles from De- 
troit. The center of a large and flourishing 
trade. 

CAXHOr:V CO — Pop. 31,281. 

Albion, a town of 3.000 pop., on Kalamazoo 
River and the Michigan Central Railroad. 20 
miles from Jackson. An active business 
place. 

Battle Creels, a town of 0,000 pop., at the junc- 
tion of Rattle Creek with Kalamazoo River, 
on the Michigan Central Railroad, 23 miles 
from Kalamazoo. The River furnishes water 
power, which is employed in various manu- 
factures. 

Marshall, a town of 5,000 pop., on Kalamazoo 
River and the Michigan Central Railroad, 32 
miles from Jackson and 30 from Kalamazoo. 
A place of active business. Several manufac- 
tories and the railroad repair shops are loca- 
ted here. 

CASS CO Pop. 22,500. 

Cassopolis, a town of 700 pop., on Stone Lake, 
and 5 miles from Dowagiac, on the Michigan 
Central Railroad. 

Dovrasjinc, a town of 3.500 pop., on the Michigan 

Central Railroad, 35 miles from Kalamazoo. 

(TJXTOA CO — Pop. ltt.OOO. 

Ovid, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Detroit & Mil- 
waukee Railroad, 88 miles from Detroit. 

Saint Johns, a town of 2,200 pop., on the De- 
troit & Milwaukee Railroad, 98 miles from 
Detroit. 

EATOX CO Pop. 30,000. 

Charlotte, a town of 3,000 pop., 20 miles from 
Lansing. 

Eaton Bapid.s, a town of 2,000 pop., on Grand 
River, 20 miles from Lansing. 

ge.yesee co Pop. 36,ooo. 

Fenton, a town of 735* pop., on Shiawas- 
see Riser and the Detroit & .Milwaukee Rail- 
road, 52 miles from Detroit. The River fur- 
nishes power which is employed In various 
manufactures. 

Flint, a town of 8,000 pop., on the Flint & Holly 
Railroad. 04 miles from Detroit. The Flint 
River furnishes extensive water power, which 
is employe' 1 in mills and manufactories. A 
place of active trade and center of a fertile 
agricultural district. 



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GKAAO TRAVERSE CO — Pop. 5.000. 

Traverse City, a town of 800 pop., on the West 

arm of Grand Traverse Bay. 

GRATIOT CO.— Pop. 12.100. 

Ithaca, a town of 150 pop., 42 miles N. of Lan- 
sing. 

HILLSOALE CO — Pop. 2:>,000. 

Hillsdale, a town of 2.177* pop., on the Michi- 
gan Southern Railroad, 33 miles from Adrian. 

Jones ville, a town of 2.000 pop., on the Michi- 
gan Southern Railroad, 37 miles from Adrian. 
A place of active trade. 

HOI GUTOA CO — Pop. 0,234.* 

Houghton, a town of 194* pop., on Hough- 
ton Lake, about 70 miles X. W. of Marquette. 
Copper is mined i-i this vicinity. 

Hl'liOA CO Pop. 7,000. 

Port Austin, a town of 1.000 pop., on Lake Hu- 
ron, 00 miles from Bay City. 

IJFGIIAM CO.— Pop. 37,000. 

Lansing, State Capital, a city of 3,074* pop., on 
GrandRiver ami on the Jackson, Lansing & 
Saginaw Railroad. The river furnishes abun- 
dant water power, which is employed in mills 
and manufactories. 

Mason, a town of 3,500 pop., on the Jackson . 
Lansing & Saginaw Railroad, 12 miles Lan- 
sing. 

IOATA CO Pop. 28,000. 

Ionia, a town of 4,000 pop., on Grand River. 
and on the Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad, 124 
miles from Detroit. 

JACKSON CO — Pop. 26.671.* 

Grass Lalte, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Mich 
igan Central Railroad. 66 miles from Detroit 
and 10 miles from Jackson. 

Jackson, a town of 11,500 pop., on the Michi- 
gan Central Railroad, 70 miles from Detroit. 
A branch railroad extends from here and con- 
nects with the Michigan Southern Railroad 
at Adrian. It is also the Southern terminus 
of the Jackson, Lansing & Saginaw Rail- 
road. Centrally located and has an active 
trade. 

KALAMAZOO CO — Pop. 24,646.* 

Kalamazoo, a town of 10,500 pop., on Kalama- 
zoo River and the Michigan Central Railroad. 
141 miles from Detroit. Engaged in various 
manufactures. It has a large and flourishing 
trade. Seat of Kalamazoo CoUege. 
MEAT CO Pop. 35,000. 

Grand Rapids, a city of 10.500 pop., on Grand 
River, 40 miles from its mouth, and on tin. 
Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad. Large steam- 
boats run from here to Grand Haven, atthe 
mouth of the river, where they connect with 
the Cake steamers. The river furnishes un- 
limited power, which is employed in a large 
number of factories. The second city in the 
State in population. 

LAPEER CO Pop. 21,000. 

Lapeer, a town of 2,500 pop., on Flint River, 57 
miles from Detroit. 

LEAAWEE CO.— Pop. 57,500. 

Adrian, a city of 13,500 pop., on the Michigan 
Southern Railroad, 37 miles from Monroe. 
Railroads connect it with Jackson and Tole- 
do, Ohio. In a rich and populous agricultural 
district, and the center of an active trade. 
The third city in the state in population ami 
commercial importance. 

Hudson, a town of 4,000 pop., on the Michigan 
Southern Railroad, 17 miles from Adrian. 

Teeumseh, a town of 4,500 pop., on the Jackson 
branch of the Michigan Southern Railroad, 13 
miles from Adrian. 

LIVIAGSTOA CO — Pop. 20.000. 

Howell, a town of 1,500 pop., 33 miles from 
Lansing. 

MACOMR CO.— Pop. .15,000. 

Mount Clemens, a town Of 3,500 pop., on the 
Grand Trunk Railroad, 25 miles from Detroit, 
at the head of navigation on Clinton River. 
Steamboats ply daily between here and De- 
troit. Engaged in snip building and lumber 
trade. 

HAA'ISTEE CO.— Pop. 6,000. 

Manistee, a town of 4,000 pop., on Lake Michi- 
gan, at the mouth of Manistee River, about 
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MARQ,CETTE CO Pop. 3, 831.* 

Marquette, a town of 1,664* pop., on Lake Su- 
perior, at the terminus of the Peninsular Rail- 
road, which extends to Eseonaba on Lake 
Michigan. Important iron mines are located 
here. 

MECOSTA CO Pop. 970.* 

Big Rapids, a town of (500 pop., on Muskegon 
River, 60 miles from Grand Rapids. 

MIDLAND CO Pop. 787.* 

Midland City, a town of 562* pop., on Titida- 
wassee River, 24 miles from Saginaw. 
MOXKOE CO Pop. 35,000. 

Monroe, a town of 6,000 pop., on Raisin River, 
2 miles from Lake Erie, and at the E. termi- 
nus of the Michigan Southern Railroad, 40 
miles from Detroit. The Railroad from To- 
ledo to Detroit passes through here. It is an 
important depot for the shipment of grain. 
Considerable manufacturing done here. 
MOSTtALM CO Pop. 3,908.* 

Greenville, a town of 1,800 pop., 28 miles N. E. 
of Grand Rapids. 

MISHEGOA', CO — Pop. 32,500. 

Muskegon, a town of 8,000 pop., near the 
mouth of Muskegon River, 15 miles from 
Grand Haven. Extensively engaged in the 
lumber trade. 

IVEWAYGO CO — Pop. 3,760.* 

IVewaygo, a town of 500 pop., on Muskegon 
River, about 33 miles from Grand Rapids. 
OAKLAND CO — Pop. 38,8<H.* 

Holly, a town of 2,000 pop., on the Detroit & 
Milwaukee Railroad, at the terminus of the 
Flint & Holly Railroad, 47 miles from Detroit. 

Pontiac, a town of 2,575* pop., on Clinton River 
and the Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad, 26 
miles from Detroit. One of the principal wool 
markets in the State, and a place of active 
trade. 

OCEAAA CO.— Pop. 8,000. 

Pent Water, a town of 2,500 pop., on Lake Mich- 
igan, at the mouth of Pent Water River, about 
42 miles from Grand Haven. 

OATOAAGOX CO Pop. :t,000. 

Ontonagon, a town of 800 pop., on Lake Supe- 
rior, 45 miles from Houghton. It is a shipping 
point for the copper mines which are exten- 
sively worked in the vicinity. 

' OTTAWA CO — Pop.' :t4,000. 

Grand Haven, a town of 3,725 pop., at the 
mouth of Grand River, on Lake Michigan. It 
has a flue harbor. The Chicago and Milwau- 
kee steamers touch here daily. The terminus 
of the Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad, 189 miles 
from Detroit. 

Holland, a town of 2,300 pop., at the mouth of 
Black River, about 18 miles from Grand Haven. 
SAGINAW CO — Pop. 38,000. 

East Saginaw, a town of 3,001* pop., on Sagi- 
naw River, at the terminus of the Flint & 
Saginaw Railroad. An important business 
centre, having a large and flourishing trade. 

Saginaw, a town of 6,000 pop., on Saginaw 
River, 22 miles from its mouth. The river is 
navigable to this point. Engaged in lumber 
trade. 

ST. CLAIR CO — Pop. 37,!5»1. 

Port Huron, a town of 5,750 pop., on Grand 
Trunk Railroad, 62 miles from Detroit. Ex- 
tensively engaged in the lumber trade. 

St. Clair, a town of 1,687* pop., on St. Clair 
River, at the mouth of Pine River, 50 miles 
from Detroit. 

ST. JOSEPH'S CO — Pop. a5,700. 

Constantine, a town of 2,500 pop., "on St. 
Joseph's River, near the Michigan Southern 
Railroad. Some manufacturing done here. 

Stnrgis, a town of 2,500 pop., on the Michigan 
Southern Railroad, 79 miles from Adrian. 

Three Rivers, a town of 3,200 pop., on St. Jo- 
seph's River. 

Wliite Pigeon, a town of 057* pop., on the 
Michigan" Southern Railroad, 91 miles from 
Adrian. In a fertile agricultural district. 
SANILAC CO.— Pop. 10,000. 

Lexington, a town of 3,700 pop., on Lake Hu- 
ron, about 85 miles from Detroit. 

SHIAWASSEE CO.— Pop. 10,000. 

Corunna, a town of 2,200 pop., on Shiawassee 



MICHIGAN. 



River and the Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad, 
78 miles from Detroit. The river furnishes 
excellent power, which is employed in various 
manufactures. 

Owosso, a town of 1,160* pop., on Shiawassee 
River, 79 miles from Detroit, at the junction 
of the Jackson, Lansing & Saginaw with the 
Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad. Engaged in 
manufacturing, and has a large trade in wool. 
TUSCOLA CO Pop. 13,000. 

Vassar, a town of 1,200 pop., on Cass River, 22 
miles from Saginaw. 

VAN Rl'REN CO.— Pop. 35,500. 

Decatur, a town of 2,200 pop., on the Michigan 
Central Railroad, 168 miles from Chicago." In 
a fertile agricultural district. 

PawPfiw, a town of 2,500 pop., on Paw Paw 
River, and near Michigan Central Railroad, 
10 miles from Decatur. Engaged in farming 
and the lumber trade. 

South Haven, a town of 1,500 pop., on Lake 
Michigan, about 25 miles N. of St. Joseph. 
WASHTENAW CO Pop. 53,000. 

Ann Arbor, a city of 10,000 pop., on the Michi- 
gan Central Railroad, 38 miles from Detroit. 
In a rich and populous farming district and 
contains several manufactories. The State 
University is located here. 

Manchester, a town of 1.200 pop., on the Jack- 
son branch of the Michigan Southern Rail- 
road. 25 miles from Adrian. In an agricultural 
district. • 

Ypsilanti, a town of 8,000 pop., on the Michigan 
Central Railroad, 30 miles from Detroit. In a 
rich and populous agricultural district. The 
Huron River furnishes water power, which is 
employed in various manufactures. 

WAYNE CO Pop. lOl.OOO. 

Detroit, a city of 75,000 pop., and the great em- 
porium of Michigan, on Detroit River, 18 miles 
from Lake Erie, having one of the finest har- 
bors on the Lakes. A city of great commer- 
cial importance, being connected by railroads 
with the principal points West, and by means 
of the Lakes and railroad with the East. Im - 
mense quantities of grain, pork, wool and 
copper ore are shipped from here to Eastern 
markets. The manufactures are extensive 
and various. The largest city in the state. 



MINNESOTA. 



ASOKA CO.— Pop. 5,000. 
Anoka, a town of 1,350 pop., on Mississippi 
River, about 15 miles above Minneapolis. 
The river furnishes good water power, which 
is employed to some extent. 

BLUE EARTH CO.— Pop. 15,500. 
Mankato, a town of 3.750 pop., on Minnesota 
River, near the mouth of Mankato River, 70 
miles from St. Paul. 

BROWN CO Pop. 3,339.* 

IVew Tim, a town of 635* pop., on Minnesota 
River, about 25 miles above Mankato. 

CARVER CO Pop. 13,000. 

Chaska, a town of 1,200 pop., on Minnesota 
River, 5 miles above Shakopee and about 28 
miles from St. Paul. 

CHISAGO CO Pop. 1.713.* 

Taylor's Falls, a town of 900 pop., on St. Croix 
River, about 50 miles N. by E. of St. Paul. 

DAKOTA CO Pop. 9.093.* 

Hastings, a town of 600 pop., on the Mississippi 
River, 25 miles below St. Paul. Extensively 
engaged in milling and manufacturing, and ah 
important shipping point for grain. 

DODGE CO Pop. 14,000. 

Mantorville, a town of 760* pop., on the 'Wi- 
nona & St. Peter Railroad, 16 miles from Ro- 
chester. 

FARIBAVLT CO.— Pop. 5,000. 
Winneliaso City, a town of 800 pop., on Blue 
Earth River, 33 miles S. of Mankato. 

IILLMOBE CO Pop. 35,000. 

Chatfield, a town of 1,327* pop., on the South- 
ern Minnesota Railroad, about 45 miles from 
La Crosse, Wis. 
Preston, a town of 751* pop., 44 miles W. by S. 
of La Crosse, Wis. Surrounded by a fertile 
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FREEBORN CO Pop. K.OOO. 

Albert Lea, a town of 600 pop., about 3."> miles 
s. by W. of < >watonna. 

" «iO()i«in: CO Pop. 21,500. 

Bed Winy, a town of 6,000 pop., on Mississippi 
River, about 60 miles from St. Paul. Large 

quantities of grain ami produce are shipped 
from this point . 

HK.V\i:iM\ CO — Pop. 26,350. 

Minneapolis, a city of 15,630 pop., on Mississip- 
pi River, opposite St. Anthony, 8 miles from 
St. Paul. Extensively engaged in manufact- 
uring and the lumber trade. 

LESIKIU CO.— Pop. 15,000. 

L.C Sueur, a town of 1,500 pop., on Minnesota 
River, 50 miles from St. Paul. 

MOtVEK CO — Pop. 8,000. 

Austin, a town of L,500 pop., on Cedar River, 
about 40 miles s. w. of Rochester. The center 
of a large trade. 

^H'OLLETT CO.— Pop. 9.000. 

St. Peter, a town of 3,200 pop., on Minnesota 
River, 70 miles from St. Paul. 

OLMSTEAD CO.— Pop. 20,700. 

Rocliester, a town of 5,100 pop., on the Winona 
A. St. Peter Railroad, 50 miles from Winona. 
The most important place on this railroad. 
Surrounded by a fertile agricultural district, 
and the center of an active trade. 

RAMSEY CO Pop. 25,200. 

St. Paul, state Capital, a city of 18,000 pop., on 
Mississippi River, 9 miles below the Falls of 
St. Anthony, and at the head of navigation. 
Extensively engaged in milling and in manu- 
facturing, and an important railroad center. 
The largest city in the state. 

RICE" CO.— Pop. 15.000. 

Faribault, a town of 3,800 pop., on the Minne- 
sota Central Railroad, 50 miles from St. Paul 
and 1.") miles from Owatonna. 

Wortlifield, a town of 3,700 pop., on the Minne- 
sota Centra] Railroad, 37 miles from St. Paul 
and It miles from Faribault. 

SCOTT CO — Pop. 2D.OOO. 

Slialcopee, a town of 2,000 pop., on Minnesota 
River, 28 miles from St. Paul. Surrounded by 
a fertile farming district and the center of ah 
active trade. 

STEARXS CO — Pop. 4,505.* 

St. Cloud, a town of 7, (liio pop., on Mississippi 
River, 80 miles from St. Paul. The largest 
place in the Northern part of the State and the 
center of a large trade. 

Sanv Centre, a town of 800 pop., about 45 miles 
W. N. W. of St. Cloud. 

STEELE CO.— Pop. 2,863.* 

Owatonna, a town of 3,000 pop., at the inter- 
section of the Winona ,'i St. Peter Railroad 
with the Minnesota Central Railroad, 07 miles 
from St. Paul and !)0 miles from Winona. 
WABASHAW CO.— Pop. 7,22S.* 

I. .ike City, a town of 866* pop., on Lake Pepin, 
an expansion of Mississippi River, 72 miles 
below St. Paul. 

Wabashaw, a town of 1.800 pop., on Mississippi 
River, 30 miles above Winona. An impor- 
tant grainmarket and center of an active trade. 
W \SUI\UTOX CO.— Pop. 7,OO0. 

Stillwater, a town of .",,000 pop., on St. Croix 
River, about 22 miles above Prescott and is 
miles from St. Paul. Engaged in the lumber 
trade. 

AVIXOAA CO.— Pop. 25,000. 

Winona, a city of 8,000 pop., on Mississippi 
River, about 25 miles above La Cross-'. The 
Eastern terminus of the Winona & St. Peter 
Railroad. Large quantities of grain are ship- 
ped from this point. 



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MISSISSIPPI. 



ARAKS CO.— Pop. 20,105.* 
Natchez, a city of 7,600 pop., on Mississippi 

River, 279 miles above New Orleans. One of 

the largest cities in the state, and having a 
large trade. The river trade is important. 
steamboats making regular trips between 
here and other points on the river. 
AMITE co — i»op. 12,336.* 
Liberty, a town of 500 pop., about IS miles from 



the line of the New ( )rleans, Jackson A: Great 
Northern Railroad, and 100 miles 8. by W.of 
Jackson. 

ATTALA CO Pop. 11,000. 

Kosiusko, a town of 1,000 pop., 15 miles K. of 
tin' New Orleans, Jackson A Ureal Northern 
Railroad, and 70 miles N. by E. of Jackson. 
CAUROLIi CO — Pop. 32,635.* 

Carrollton, a town of 1,000 pop., about 96 miles 
N. of Jackson. 

Winona, a town of 2,000 pop., on the Mississippi 
Central Railroad, S9 miles from Jackson. 
CHICKASAW CO Pop. 17,126. 

Houston, a town of 1,000 pop., 150 miles N. by 
E. Of Jackson. 

Okolonsi, a town of 3.000 pop., on the Mobile & 
Ohio Railroad. 28 miles from Columbus. 
CEAIIIOKAE CO.— Pop. 15,679.* 

Port Gibson, a town of l.ooo pop., on Bayou 
Pierre, 65 miles S. W. of Jackson, in an exten- 
sive cotton growing district. 

GLARE CO Pop. 10,771.* 

Enterprise, a town of 1,000 pop., near the Mo- 
bile & Ohio Railroad, 120 miles from Memphis, 
Tenn., and 95 miles E. by S. of Jackson. 
COPIAH CO — Pop. 15,398.* 

Crystal Springs, a town of 1.800 pop., on the 
New Orleans, Jackson & Great Xorthern Rail- 
road, 25 miles from Jackson. 

Slavic Hurst, a town of 1,000 pop., on the New 
Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Railroad, 
35 miles from Jackson. 

I>E SOTO CO — Pop. 23,236.* 

Hernando, a town of 1.200 pop., on the Missis- 
sippi & Tennessee Railroad, 22 miles from 
Memphis. 

HANCOCK CO Pop. 3,139.* 

Sliieldsboro, a town of 500 pop., on Bay St. 
Louis, 212 miles S. by E. of Jackson. 
HIIVOS CO Pop. 31,339.* 

Jackson, State Capital, a city of 5,000 pop., on 
the New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern 
Railroad, 183 miles from New Orleans. In a fer- 
tile and populous cotton growing district, and 
a place of active trade. 

Raymond, a town ot 500 pop., about Hi miles 
W. by S. of Jackson. 

HOEMES CO Pop. 17,791.* 

Goodman, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Missis- 
sippi Central Railroad, 51 miles from Jackson. 

Lexington, a town of 1.500 pop, about GO miles 
from Jackson and 12 miles from the line of 
the Mississippi Central Railroad. 

ITAWAMBA CO Pop. 17,695.* 

Tupelo, a town of 1,000 pop., on the Mobile & 
Ohio Railroad. 45 miles from Corinth. 
JEFFERSON CO.— Pop. 12,000. 

Fayette, a town of 1,000 pop., 30 miles E. by N. 
of Natchez. 

LA FAYETTE CO. Pop. 16,125.* 

Oxford, a town of 1,000 pop., on the Mississippi 
Central Railroad, 167 miles from Jackson. 
LAIDERDALE CO Pop. 15,000. 

Uleridian, a town of 3,750 pop., on the Mobile 
& Ohio Railroad, at the junction of the South- 
ern Mississippi and the Selma & Meridian 
Railroads, 135 miles from Mobile. 

LAWRENCE CO Pop. 9,213.* 

Rrookha \ < n. a town of 990* pop., on the New 
Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Railroad,. 
55 miles from Jackson. 

LOWADES CO — Pop. 26,676. 

Columbus, a town of 7,500 pop., on Tombigbee 
River, 140 miles from Jackson. A branch 
Railroad connects with the Mobile & Ohio 
Railroad at Artesia. The river is navigable 
for steamboats to this point, making it an im- 
portant shipping point for cotton, which is 
cultivated extensively in the vicinity. 

West Point, a town of 1,000 pop., on the Mobile 
& < >hio Railroad, 97 miles from Meridian. 
MADISON CO — Pop. 33,383.* 

Canton, a town of 780* pop., at the junction of 
the New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern 
Railroad with the Mississippi Central Rail- 
road. 23 miles from Jackson. 

MARSHALL CO — Pop. 2S.K23.* 

Holly Springs, a town of 4.000 pop., on the 
Mississippi Central Railroad, 180 miles from 
Jackson. 



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MONROE CO.— Pop. 20.000. 

Aberdeen, a town of 5,000 pop., on Tombigbee 
River, 28 miles from Columbus. The river is 
navigable to this point a large portion of the 
year, ami large quantitites of cotton are 
shipped down the river to Mobile. The Mo- 
bile & Ohio Railroad passes about 8 miles 
West. 

NOXUBEE CO.— Pop. 25,000. 

Macon, a town of 1,500 pop., on the Mobile and 
Ohio Railroad, 35 miles from Columbus. 
OKTIBBEHA CO.— Pop. 12,977.* 

Starkville, a town of 1,000 pop., about 10 miles 
from the line of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad, 
and 125 miles N. E. of Jackson. 

PAAOLA CO.— Pop. 13,794.* 

Panola, a town of 800 pop., on Tallahatchie 
River, and on the Mississippi & Tennessee 
Railroad, about 55 miles from .Memphis, Tenn. 
PIKE CO.— Pop. 9,300. 

Holmesville, a town of 1,200 pop., on Bogue 
Chitto River, 90 miles S. of Jackson. 

Summit, a town of 1,000 pop., on the New Or- 
leans, Jackson & Great Northern Railroad, 75 
miles from Jackson. 

RAAKIA CO.— Pop. 12,000. 

Brandon, a town of 2,500 pop., on the Vicks- 
burg & Meridian Railroad, 14 miles from 
Jackson. 

SCA FLOWER CO.— Pop. 5,010.* 

McAutt, a town of 1,000 pop., about 90 miles 
from Jackson. 

TIPPAH CO.— Pop. 22,55©.* 

Ripley, a town of 2,000 pop., about 30 miles W. 
by S. of Corinth. 

TISHEMIAGO CO Pop. 26,000. 

Corinth, a town of 2,000 pop., on the Mobile & 
Ohio Railroad, at the intersection of the Mem- 
phis & Charleston Railroad, 97 miles N. of Co- 
lumbus, and 93 miles E. of Memphis, Tenn. 
WARREN CO — Pop. 23,000. 

Vicltsburg, a city of 9,000 pop., on the Missis- 
sippi River, at the western terminus of the 
Vicksburg & Meridian Railroad, 45 miles from 
Jackson. Extensively engaged in River trade. 
Large quantities of cotton are shipped from 
this point. 

WILKiaSOJT CO.— Pop. 15,933.* 

'Woodville, a town of 1.000 pop., 35 miles S. of 
Natchez. A railroad connects it with Bayou 
Sara. La. A place of active trade. 

IALLABISHA CO — Pop. 18,500. 

 Grenada, a town of 3,000 pop., on Yallabusha 
River and the Mississippi Central Railroad, 
112 miles from Jackson. At the head of steam- 
boat navigation on the river, and a place of 
active trade. 

'Water Valley, a town of 2.500 pop., on the 
Mississippi Central Railroad, 28 miles from 
Grenada. 

YAZOO CO.— Pop. 15,000. 

Yazoo City, a town of 2,500 pop., on Yazoo 
River, 50 miles N. by W. of Jackson. An im- 
portant shipping point for the cotton which 
is cultivated in large quantities in the vicinity. 



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ABAIR CO — Pop. 12,000. 

Kirksville, a town of 1,100 pop., about 50 miles 
W. by S. of Keokuk, Iowa. 

* AjVBREW CO — Pop. 16,500. 
Savannah, a town of 2,250 pop., about 15 miles 
N. of St. Joseph. 

ATCHISOIV CO — Pop. 4,649.* 
Rocltport, a. town of 305* pop., about 8 miles E. 
of Missouri River, and 00 miles N. W. of St. 
Joseph. 

AUDRAEV CO.— Pop., 9.000. 
Mexico, a town of 3,000 pop., on the North Mis- 
souri Railroad, 10s miles from St. Louis. The 
center of a large and flourishing trade. 
BARTON CO.— Pop. 3,000. 
Lnmiir, a town of 000 pop., 150 miles S. W. of 
Jefferson City. 

BEATON CO.— Pop. lO.OOO. 
Warsaw, a town of 1,100 pop., on the Osage 
River, 80 miles from Jefferson City. 

BOOAE CO.— Pop. 25,000. 
Columbia, a town of 5,000 pop., 35 miles from 



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Jefferson City and 10 miles from Missouri 
River. A place of active trade and seat of 
the State University. 

Sturgeon, a town of 1,000 pop., on the North 

Missouri Railroad, 129 miles from St. Louis. 

BCCHAAAA CO.— Pop. 23,861.* 

St. Joseph, a city of 17,000 pop., on Missouri 
River, at the terminus of the Hannibal & St. 
Joseph Railroad, 200 miles from Hannibal. It 
is one of the most important places in the 
State, having a large trade. The river com- 
merce is also quite extensive. 

CALDWELL CO Pop. 15,000. 

Kingston, a town of 000 pop., about 10 miles 
from the line of the Hannibal & St. Joseph 
Railroad, and 50 miles E. of St. Joseph. 
CAPE GIKARBEAIT CO Pop. 18,600. 

Cape Girardeau, a town ot 5,000 pop., on Mis- 
sissippi River, 45 miles above Cairo, 111. It 
has a good landing and an extensive river 
commerce. Seat of St. Vincent College. 
CARROLL CO — 12,000. 

Carrollton, a town of 1,800 pop., about 10 miles 
from Missouri River, ami 124 miles N. W. of 
Jeffei - son City. 

CASS CO Pop. 9,794.* 

Harrisoirville, a town of 3,000 pop.j about 12 
miles South of the line ol the Pacific & Mis- 
souri River Railroad, and about 30 miles W. 
by S. of Warrensburg. 

CHARITOA CO Pop. 12,562.* 

Brunswick, a town of 2,000 pop., near Missouri 
River, and about 80 miles N. W. of Jefferson 
City. 

CLARKE CO — Pop. 5,000. 

Alexandria, a town of 2,000 pop., on Fox River, 
near its entrance into Mississippi