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NELSON CHESMAN & CO.'S 

NEWSPAPER RATE BOOK 



INCLUDING A CATALOGUE OF 



NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 



IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA 



Having 5,000 circulation and over, with Advertising Rates of each 
paper, Circulation, etc., for the year 190L 



PRICE RIVE DOLLARS. 




NELSON CHESMAN & CO. 

PUBLISHERS. 

ST. LOUIS OFFICE, PITTSBURGH OFFICE, CHICAGO OFFICE, 

1127-1129 Pine Street. 355 Fifth Avenue. 112-114 Dearborn Street. 

Home Office. Park Building. Boyce Building. 



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BY NELSON CHESMAN & Co., 



A.T 'WASHINGTON', D. C. 



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PREFACE. 



In presenting the fourth edition of the Newspaper Rate Book, the pub- 
lishers desire to direct the attention of advertisers and publishers to its 
completeness in every detail. Each annual issue has been greeted by an in- 
creased number of friends, and the expressions of approval which have come 
from every direction, have led to renewed effort to make the Rate Book a 
standard work and a recognized authority. That success has followed the 
effort in a very large measure is not an exaggerated claim, for the Newspaper 
Rate Book is no\v in general use in every large city in the country, and also 
in many foreign and colonial centers. 

The compactness of the work, and the immense amount of the information 
furnished in condensed form and comparatively small space, account in large 
measure for its popularity. Another reason for its stepping so promptly into 
general favor may also be mentioned. The Newspaper Rate Book is replete 
with new features and with exclusive information. The publishers are prac- 
tical advertising men, and the data collected and arranged by them include 
matters almost invariably overlooked in similar compilations. It is necessary 
to know first what is wanted, and this knowledge was only secured by the 
publishers as the result of years of active work in the advertising field. 

Among new features designed to supply acknowledged Avants is a record 
of the facilities of each newspaper for preparing metal advertising plates from 
matrices. Until the publication of our third edition in 1900, advertisers had 
no means of ascertaining, except by direct correspondence in each individual 
case, to which papers they could safely send papier mache matrices, light 
in weight and easy to handle, and to which they must of necessity ship heavy 
metal plates. The publishers of the Newspaper Rate Book took steps to secure 
general information on this point. The facts were carefully tabulated and 
used in the body of the work. The feature proved a very popular one and 
has been extended in the present issue. The increased use of the matrice 
and casting box by newspapers has made a great number of changes and 
corrections necessary in this issue, but the information on this, as on all other 
points, is reliable and up to date. 

To make this feature of thorough practical value, the width of column 
is given, so that matrices available for each particular periodical may be for- 
warded. These two items are of especial value both to advertisers and pub- 
lishers, and we have found more than willingness among the latter to reply to 
questions on the subject. The time is approaching when every newspaper 
claiming to be aggressive and enterprising will have a stereotyping outfit as 
part of its plant, and the number now able to use matrices is very much 
larger than it was but a single year ago. 

Another exclusive item of information to be found in convenient form in 
the Newspaper Rate Book has relation to the date of closing forms of monthly 



NELSON CIIESMAN & GO'S RATE BOOK. 



and other periodicals. The number of magazines is constantly on the increase, 
and it is no longer practicable to remember the closing day of each. It is, 
however, absolutely necessary to have the information at hand and the News- 
paper Rate Book gives it in compact and reliable form. No other work or 
guide had attempted to do so before, and the new feature has been much 
appreciated. The dates have been revised up to the time of going to press, 
and the list includes new as well as old-established publications. 

A glance at the table of contents will show the completeness of this issue 
of the Newspaper Rate Book. The first issue was a marked improvement on 
any other work of similar purpose, and was so regarded by advertisers and 
publishers. Each succeeding edition has been an improvement on its predeces- 
sor, and the fourth is submitted with the greatest confidence. The general 
catalogue with advertising rates, includes all newspapers having a circulation 
of 5000 or more, and the arrangement by states is convenient for quick refer- 
ence, as well as for more deliberate calculation and research. The special 
list of dailies is in compact form with much needed information included, and 
this is further supplemented by a condensed list covering only those most 
prominent and influential. There is also presented in schedule form the rates 
charged by the daily papers of the five largest cities in the country. 

Publications which appear at longer intervals semi-weeklies and weeklies, 
semi-monthlies and monthlies are all given careful attention, and the lists 
are as accurate and complete as it was possible to make them. Class papers 
have also been handled with care, and the subdivisions will be found generally 
convenient 

The typographical excellence of the work has been maintained. The type 
is clear and easily deciphered, and the reading matter is so arranged as to be 
pleasant to the eye. The Newspaper Rate Book has become an office requisite, 
and no advertiser's or publisher's library can be regarded as complete without 
a copy of it. 




INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Newspaper Advertising, 8 

General Catalogue, with Advertising Rates in full, of the Newspapers and 

Periodicals with 5,000 circulation or more, 13 

List of Papers published in Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico and West Indies, with 

advertising rate per inch, 257 

Special list of Dailies (and their Weekly Editions, etc.), with their cir- 
culation, 261 

Semi-Weekly and Weekly Papers, with their circulation, .... 276 

Monthly and Semi-Monthly Publications, with their circulation, . . . 295 

Religious Papers, with the r circulation, 310 

Agricultural Papers, with their circulation, 317 

Sunday Papers, with their circulation, 322 

Papers Printed in Foreign Languages, with their circulation, . . . 328 

List of Educational Papers, 338 

List of Medical Journals, "... 340 

List of Papers devoted to Sporting, . . 342 

List of Juvenile Publications, 343 

List of Sunday School Papers, 344 

Leading Magazines, with rate per line, 345 

Fashion Papers, with rate per line, 346 

List of Selected Religious Papers, with the price for 10 lines for various 

periods, 347 

List of Selected Agricultural Papers, with the price for 10 lines for various 

periods, 349 

Representative Monthlies, and Semi- Monthlies, with price for 10 lines for 

various periods, 352 

List of Leading Dailies, with rate per line, 355 

List of Leading Weeklies, with rate per line, 358 

Tabulated Rates, in schedule form, for the Dallies in New York, Chicago, 

Philadelphia, St. Louis and Boston, . . . - . . . . 360 



newspaper .Advertising. 



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HE object of advertising is to bring together buyer and seller. 
The man who advertises judiciously seldom fails to secure a 
substantial return upon his investment; the man who expects 
to get something for nothing or next door to it is liable to be 
disappointed in the results of his advertising, as in his other 
undertakings. The most liberal advertisers are naturally those 
who find commercial publicity profitable, and it is to be observed 
that the heaviest advertisers use the newspapers and magazines 
more freely every year. More com r incing proof that newspaper 
advertising pays could not be desired. The poster, dodger 
and the trick device may attract attention and be profitable for 
certain classes of advertising, but long and expensive experience has taught 
that the best and most permanent results come from well worded, judiciously 
placed, and constantly repeated announcements in the daily and periodical press. 
Perhaps the most commented upon feature at the dawn of the twentieth 
century is the magnitude of corporations and establishments in every line of 
business and in every commercial center. It is not necessary to quote names, 
but the thoughtful reader will have noted time and again that the firms which 
lead are those with whose names he has become familiar through the columns 
of the daily or weekly newspaper, or magazine. This fact has never been so 
self-evident as at the present time, and it is now generally conceded that the 
question is no longer "Shall we advertise?", but rather "How shall we adver- 
tise to secure the best results?" 

NEWSPAPER GROWTH. 

To those who are asking the latter question, the Newspaper Rate Book 
will be especially helpful. The press of the United States has assumed pro- 
portions well in keeping with national progress and commercial growth. A 
quarter of a century ago there were few newspapers which could prove a 
circulation of 100,000 daily, and these few Avere strictly eastern metropolitan 
publications. Now the average circulation of the New York dailies is in excess 
of these figures, and issues of half a million and over are claimed and con- 
ceded. Papers of more than 100,000 circulation are also to be found in many 
of the large cities, and their number is increasing every year. The penny 
paper has become an institution instead of an exception, and all sorts and 
conditions of men, women, and children have become newspaper readers. 

THE POPULAR MAGAZINE. 

The monthly magazine has also kept abreast of the times in regard to 
its character, price, and circulation. The advance made in the art of illustrat- 



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ing has rendered it possible to produce a profusely illustrated, well edited 
magazine at a price which was not even contemplated a few years ago. The 
magazine has got closer to the people. It finds its' way into almost every 
home. It is read and re-read, and is frequently preserved for future reference. 
Its actual circulation is larger than the sworn statements of publishers indicate, 
for a single copy often enters several .homes, and after repeated exchanges and 
loans, finds its way to the second-hand store; is re-sold, and commences the round 



THE COUNTRY PRESS. 

The country press, to use a common if not entirely appropriate term, has 
also kept pace with the times. The weekly newspapers in the county or 
market town is a distinctly American institution an outcome of home pride 
and loyalty. It is of a higher type than formerly and it covers its field ably 
and completely. It enters homes where in many instances no other paper or 
periodical is received, and it is read by every member of the family with pains- 
taking interest, page by page, column by column, and item by item. The 
advertisements are not overlooked, especially when they are illustrated with 
attractive cuts. 

PROFITABLE ADVERTISING. 

It will be seen that almost every one can be reached by means of news- 
paper and magazine advertising. There is abundance in the way of mediums 
and the choice of selection is enormous. No general rule can be laid down 
for the guidance of advertisers. Some secure the best results from condensed 
announcements inserted in a very large number of papers simultaneously. 
Others prefer to use the leading metropolitan papers only, finding the return 
commensurate with the necessarily high rates charged. Some use the country 
weeklies exclusively, or in connection with plans covering the daily press. 
Others again derive exceptional profit from a free use of magazine pages. 
Circumstances, and the character of the announcements, necessarily vary, and 
hence the need for careful selection, such as can be made by an experienced 
advertising agency. But where good discretion and judgment are used news- 
paper and periodical advertising pays, and pays well. 

THE HOME FIELD. 

There are many reasons for enterprise in advertising at the present time. 
Money is plentiful and in search of channels for profitable investment. The 
public is spending more because it has more to spend. Increased prosperity 
has brought comparative luxuries within the reach of the many, as well as 
creating freer buying of what may be termed the necessities of life. There 
is an abundant field at home, and well directed advertising can not fail to 
produce a higher percentage of results than ever before. We are living in 
an era of trade expansion in every sense of the term. Competition is keen but 
healthy; everyone is on the lookout for increased business and, in his own 
way, is inviting patronage. The judicious advertiser is the 'man whose efforts 
are seconded by publications read by those whose business he seeks. It may 
have been possible a generation ago to ignore such help, but those behind 



10 NELSON CHESMAN & CD'S RATE BOOK. 

the scenes know that at the present time advertising is essential to success. 
A business must either advance or recede, and when aggressiveness is general, 
it is dangerous to take a chance of being passed in the procession. 

FOREIGN AND COLONIAL MEDIUMS. 

To some of our readers the national policy of the country suggests ideas 
in the way of advertising. Our new territorial possessions offer a field for 
profitable enterprise, and Cuba and Mexico may also be mentioned in this 
connection. More business is being done by American houses in hitherto un- 
explored markets abroad than is generally realized, and advertising outside the 
United States is in many instances desirable. The publishers of the Newspaper 
Rate Book became impressed with this fact about two 3 r ears ago and added 
a foreign department to their already well equipped advertising agency. The 
idea was a success from the start and the business of placing advertisements 
in papers not printed in the English langiiage became quite a feature. 

Advertisements are translated and set in type before the orders are given 
out, and no less than twenty-five languages are represented and used. Much 
of this business is done with newspapers printed in the United States, but 
not in the language of the country. A large and increasing percentage of 
the work is, however, with papers published in our new insular possessions 
and in the Central and South American republics. Returns from such adver- 
tisements can be easily traced. They have proved to be fully up to expecta- 
tion in every respect, and demonstrate the existence of a field for enterprise, 
limitless in extent and of great possibilities. 

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES. 

While the terms "continuous" and "successful" are as a rule synonymous 
as applied to advertising, there are special occasions which call for unusual 
effort. The Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo is attracting visitors from all 
parts of the country as \vell as from Europe and the Latin-American countries. 
At Charleston this winter there will be an exposition which will also bring 
together people from over a large area. St. Louis is at work on the prelim- 
inaries of the Louisiana Purchase Centennial Exposition, which in 1903 will 
attract visitors and capital from all parts of the civilized world. In France 
advantage is taken by advertisers of the crowds brought to Paris by inter- 
national expositions in the wording and placing of their announcements, and 
it may be well to consider the possibilities in this direction in regard to similar 
attractions on this side of the Atlantic. 

FACILITIES FOR PLACING ADVERTISEMENTS. 

The publishers of the Newspaper Rate Book are able to place at the dis- 
posal of advertisers the facilities of one of the best equipped advertising 
agencies in the world. More than a quarter of a century's continuous expe- 
rience in business enables the firm to protect its clients and advance their 
interests in every way. Experiments are apt to be costly, and very few need 
be attempted when business is entrusted to a firm of long experience and 
established reputation. 



NELSON CHESMAN & GO'S RATE BOOK. 11 

All classes of advertising are given equal attention. The facilities of the 
office for executing large orders in the metropolitan dailies are unsurpassed, 
and to those who prefer to use less costly organs, the same care and attention 
can be promised. Combinations and special lists of almost any size or char- 
acter can be furnished at short notice, together with estimates of cost per 
line or per announcement in all or any part. The offices of the firm are in 
St. Louis, Chicago, and Pittsburgh, giving it opportunities to cover the entire 
country quickly and efficiently. 

NELSON CHESMAN & CO. 




NELSON CHESMAN & GO'S RATE BOOK. 



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A CATALOGUE giving the rates, for transient and continued advertising, 
of the newspapers and periodicals in the United States and Canada of 5,000 cir- 
culation and over; also full descriptions of each paper (including number of 
pages, length and width of columns, character, circulation, etc.), of value for 
general advertising purposes, a few papers of less circulation being included 
on account of geographical location, etc. A number of publications that refuse 
advertisements, or that are not available for general advertisers, are omitted. 
No extra charge for cuts except where so stated. The list is arranged by States 
in alphabetical order, the papers in each city being given in successive order 
according to frequency of issue, dailies being first given. The word "guaran- 
teed" means that the circulation is guaranteed by the managers of the paper. 
A * after circulation figures designates that a detailed statement or other proof 
of circulation from the publishers is on file at our office. 



ALABAMA. 



BIRMINGHAM 

AGE-HERALD. Every morning, and 
Weekly, Fridays. Democratic. Established 
1881. E. W. Barrett, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $8; sworn average circulation 
6,690 (Sunday, 8,884); weekly $1; estimated 
circulation, 16,500; daily, 8 to 24 pages; 
weekly, 12 pages, 7 columns: length of 
columns, 20 inches; width, 2V4 inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
one time, $1.50; subsequent insertions, $1; 
one week, $4; one month, $12; three months, 
$34; six months, $65; one year, $120; 2 inches^ 
one year, $234. E. O. D., 60 per cent. ; twice 
a week, 45 per cent; once a week, 25 per 
cent of these rates; reading notices, non- 
pareil, 20 cents a line. Sunday, $1.50 per 
inch each time. Weekly, 1 inch, one week, 
$1.50; discounts on long time contracts. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. 

LEDGER. Every evening, except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1893. Ledger Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
claimed average circulation, for one year 
ending March 31, 1901. 8,544*; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns 20^ inches; width, 

2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents a line; 
250 lines, 6 cents; 500 lines, 5% cents; 1000 
lines, 5 cents; 2,500 lines, 4 cents; 5,000 lines, 

3 cents; 7,500 lines, 2% cents; 10,000 lines, 
2 cents; 15,000 lines, 1% cents; by the month, 
75 cents a line. Discounts, 5, 10, 15 and 25 
per cent, on 2, 3, 6 and 12 months respec- 
tively. E. O. D., 15 per cent extra; 2 t. a. 
w., 25 per cent; 1 t. a. w., 40 per cent. 
Special position, 10 and 26 per cent extra. 



Classified, 5 cents a line (minimum charge 
25 cents). Reading notices, 20 cents a line; 
500 lines or more, 15 cents a line; 1,000 lines, 
or more, 10 cents a line. 

NEWS. ETery evening, except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 18S7. Daily News 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $5; claimed 
average circulation, for six months, ending 
March 31, 1901, 11,194;* 10 to 24 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21 inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 7% cents a 
line; 7 to 12 times, 6 cents; 13 to 25 times, 5 
cents; 26 to 50 times, 4 cents; 51 to 100 times, 
3V 2 cents; 101 to 150 times, 3 cents; over 150 
times, 2% cents per line, per time. Corre- 
sponding space rates. Position extra. 
Classified, 1 cent <a word. Reading notices, 
15 and 25 cents a line. 

ALABAMA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. 
Every Thursday. Methodist Episcopal. Es- 
tablished 1881. Rev. S. P. West, manager. 
Subscription, $1.50; claimed circulation, 6,- 
500; 16 pages, 4 columns'; length of columns, 
13 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch one time, 75 
cents; one month, $2; three months, $5; one 
year, $12. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 

DIXIE HOME. Monthly. Agricultural, 
Established 1891. The Dixie Home Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed circulation. 15,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12% inches; width, 
214 inches. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 an inch, each in- 
sertion. 



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ALABAMA 



ALABAMA 



MOBILE 

HERALD. Every evening, except Satur- 
day, and SUNDAY MORNING. Democratic. 
Established 1803. Daily Herald Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $5; claimed 
circulation, 3,500; 4 and 8 pages; length of 
columns, 22 inches; width, 2*4 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, run of 
paper, 4 cents a line; 100 to 200 lines used in 
less than 27 insertions, 10 per cent off; 200 to 
500 lines used in less than 53 insertion, 15 
per cen.t off; 500 to 1,000 lines, in less than 79 
insertions, 20 per cent off; 1,000 to 2,000 lines, 
in less than 105 insertions, 25 per cent off; 
liberal discounts on large contracts. Read- 
ing notices, brevier, 10 cents a line; liberal 
discounts. Special positions extra. Cuts 
must be on metal. "Pure reading" 20 cents. 

ITEM. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SUNDAY MORNING. Independent. 
Established 1898. Item Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $5; sworn circulation, 
5,000; daily, 6 pages; Sunday, 12 pages; 7 
columns; length of columns, 20% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 500 inches, 20 cents an 
inch; 1,000 inches, 15 cents; 2,000 inches, 13 
cents; 3,000 inches', 12 emits; 5,000 inches 10 
cents. Locate ranging from 10 cents a line 
for 500 lines, to 5 cents a line for 5,000 lines. 



REGISTER. Every morning, except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Democra- 
tic. Established 1820. The Register Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, d-aily $10; claimed 
average circulation, exceeding 6,000; Sunday, 
6,120; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 6,- 
050; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
2VA inches, width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, agate, S% cents a line; 
6 to 11 times, 7 l / 2 cents; 12 to 25 times, 6% 
cents; 26 to 51 times, 5 cents; 52 to 77 times, 
4 cents: 78 to 103 times, 3 cents; 104 to 155 
times, 2% cents; 156 times and more 2 cents 
a line, per time. Open space used within 
one year, 1.4CO lines, 7 cents; 2,100 lines, 
6 cents; 2,800 lines, 5 cents; 4,900 lines', 4 
cents; 7,000 lines, 3 certs; 10,500 lines 2% 
cents; 14,000 lines. 2 cents per line. Next 
reading, % extra; full position, % extra. 
Classified, 10 cents a line. Business notices, 
15 cents a line: pure reading notices, 25 
cents per line. Weekly, 1 inch, 1 time, $1,50; 
one month, $5.60; three months, $13; six 
months, $23.40; one year, $36.40. 

MONTGOMERY 

ADVERTISER. Every morning, except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Friday. Democra- 



tic. Established 1828. The Advertiser Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $8; sworn 
average circulation, for year 1900, daily, 
7,785*; Sunday, 9,129*; weekly, $1; sworn 
average circulation for year 1900, 9,631*; 
8 to 12 pages (Sunday, 20 to 24 pages, weekly, 
10 pages); 7 columns; length of columns, 
21*4 inches; width, 21-6 inches. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily and Sunday, 
agate, 7 cents a line, first insertion; 5% 
cents, second insertion; 4 cents for third 
and subsequent insertions; 1,400 lines, S 1 /^ 
cents a line; 2.800 lines, 3 cents; 4,200 lines, 
2% cents; 7,000 lines', 2V 2 cents; 9,800 lines-, 
2 cents; 14,000 lines, 1% cents. Position ex- 
tra. Reading notices, nonpareil, 18 cents a 
line; 100 lines, 15 cents; 500 lines, 12 cents; 
1.000 lines, 10 cents. Weekly, 7 cents a line; 
100 lines, 6 cents; 300 lines!, 5 cents; 500 
lines, 4 cents; 1.000 lines, 8^ cents; 2,000 
lines, 3 cents. Classified ads., daily, Sun- 
day or Weekly, 1 cent a word, each in- 
sertion (minimum charge 15 cents). 

JOURNAL. Every evening, except Sun- 
day. Democratic. Established 1889. Horace 
Hood, Founder. Subscription, $5; estimated 



circulation, 4,000; 8 to 12 pages; 7 columns; 
. ":i Inches; 

indies. 



length of columns, 19% 



width, 2% 



Advertising rates, per inch, per time. 50 
cents: 1 inch, one month, $5; three months, 
$12; six months, $24; one year, $36; 2 inches, 
one year, $60; 3 inches, $90. Larger space at 
reduced rates. E. O. D., 60 per cent: twice 
a week, 50 per cent of daily rates'. Special 
position, 10 per cent extra. Classified, 1 
cent a word. Reading notices, 10 cents a 
line. Locals, 20 cents a line. 

ALABAMA BAPTIST. Every Thursday. 
Baptist. Established 1874. John G. Harris, 
Ph. D., editor and proprietor. Subscription. 
$1.50; sworn circulation 6.000*; 8 pages; 5 
columns': length of columns, 17% inches; 
width, 21-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch one time, 75 
cents; one month, 50 cents per time; three 
months. 30 cents; one year, 25 cents. Read- 
ing notices, 10 cents a line. 

PRACTICAL WEATHER. Monthly. 
Scientific. Established 1896. Lawrence 
Dunne, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents: 
guaranteed circulation. 5,000; 8 pages; 5 
columns; length of columns, 16 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch, per 
time. Discounts for 6 inches and over, run- 
ning three months and longer. 



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ARIZONA. 



PHOENIX 

GAZETTE. Every morning, except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Republi- 
can. Established 1880. Gazette Printing 
Co., Publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; 
estimated circulation, 2,300; weekly, $2; es- 
timated circulation, 1,500; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns', 19% inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, $2 per 
month; discount of 25 per cent on ad^s of 
over 2 inches', running over three months. 
Weekly, per inch, per m^uth, $1.25; yearly 
ads, 10 per cent discount; daily and weekly 
combined, $2,75 per inch, per mouth; yearly 
ads, 20 per cent discount. Reading notices, 
leaded nonpareil, 10 cents a line; subsequent 
insertions, 5 cents. B. O. D., full rates. 
Position, 25 per cent extra; classified ads', 
10 cents a line first insertion; subsequent 
insertions, 5 cents a line. 



REPUBLICAN. E very morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1889. Arizona Publishing Co., Pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $9; claimed cir- 
culation, 5,000, weekly. $2; estimated, cir- 
culation, 1,700; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20% inches; width, 2 l / 4 inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily. 1 inch, one time, 
75 cents; fctubsequent insertions, 50 cents per 
inch; 1 inch, one week, $2,50; one month, $5; 
three months, $13.50; six months, $24; one 
year, $36. E. O. D., 2-3, twice a week, one- 
half full rates. Classified, V 2 cent a word 
each insertion. WEEKLY, $2 per inch per 
month. Local notices, first insertion, 10 
cents; subsequent insertions, 5 cents a line. 
Special positions from 10 to 25 per cent 
extra. 

SOUTHWESTERN STOCKMAN. Every 
Friday. Live Stock and Agricultural. Es- 



tablished 1884. Chas. W. Pugh, publisher. 
Subscription, $2.50; claimed circulation, 3,800; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns), 13 
inches ; width, 2 1-6 inches : 

Advertising rates, agate, 3 cents a line, 
with liberal discounts for time or space. 
Reading notices, 15 cents per counted line, 
with similar discounts. 

See advertisement on page 499. 



TUCSON 

CITIZEN. Every evening, except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. 
Established 1870. Citizens Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$7.50; sworn circulation, 1,600; weekly. $2; 
sworn circulation, 1,200; 4 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, daily, 22; weekly, 23 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, per inch, one 



time, 50 cents; one week, $1; one month, 
$2; one year, $15. Reading notices, one time. 
10 cents a line; subsequent insertions, 5 
cents; weekly, one inch, one time, 25 cents; 
one month, 75 cents; one year, $7. Reading 
notices, one time. 5 cents a line. 



STAR. Every morning, except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. 
Established 1870. Star Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $7.50; claimed 
circulation, 1,800; weekly $2.50; claimed cir- 
culation, 1,500; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of 
columns. 23 inches; wid.th, 21-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one week, 
75 cents; 1 inch two weeks, $1.25; one month, 
$2; weekly, one-half of daily rates. Local 
notices, 15 ceruts a line one insertion; sub- 
sequent insertions, 10 cents; classified ads, 
10 cents a line, first insertion; subsequent 
insertions, 5 cents a line. 



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ARKANSAS. 



EUREKA SPRINGS 

POINTS. Monthly, Literary, Established 
1900. Points Publishing Co., publishers, G. 
E. Miller, manager. Subscription,, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,000; 48 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 7% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates on application. 

FORT SMITH 

ELEVATOR. Every Friday, Democratic. 
Established 1878. Weldon, Williams & Lick, 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 7,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, per month, $1.50. 
Discounts, 2 inches in one adv., 10 per cent; 
3 to 6 inches, 15 per cent; 7 to 12 inches, 20 
per cent. Extra discount for time; 3 
months, 10 per cent; 6 months 12 per cent; 
one year, 15 per cent. Special positions ex- 
tra. E. O. W. same as every week. Read- 
ing notices, 10 cents a line first time, subse- 
quent insertions, 7V* cents. 

HOT SPRINGS 

ARKANSAW THOMAS CAT.-Every Sun- 
flay. Literary, Hotel and Resortdom. Es- 
tablished 1890. J. Davis Orear, publisher. 
Subscription, $2; estimated circulation, 7,000, 
24 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 9 
inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one month, 
$2; three months, $5. Special rates by the 
year. 

Special edition dated at Mackinac Island, 
Mich., from June 15 to Sept. 15. 

LITTLE ROCK 

ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT. Every even- 
Ing, except Sunday and SEMI-WEEKLY, 
Sundays and Wednesdays. Democratic. 
Established 1871. Arkansas Democrat Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; sworn 
average circulation, 4,900*; semi-weekly, $1; 
sworn average circulation for three months 
ending April 30, 1901, 12,500; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns 21% inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 2 cents a 
line; single insertion, or short time con- 
tracts, 4 cents a line; classified, 1 cent a 
word. Reading notices, brevier, 10 cents a 
line, count. Semi- Weekly, 3% cents per agate 
line, both issues; 2% cents a line, either 



issue. Reading notices, brevier 15 cents a 
line. 



GAZETTE. Every morning, except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1819. Gazette* Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, dally, $6.50; 
claimed circulation, 6,000; Sunday, $2; 
claimed circulation, 8,000; weekly, $!; 
claimed circulation, 8,000; 8 to 16 pages. 7 
columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2^4 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 4 cents a 
line; 1,000 to 5,000 lines, 3 cents; 10,000 lines 
or more, 2 cents; weekly, 5 cents a line; 
discounts, three months or 250 lines, 10 per 
cent; six months or 500 lines, 20 per cent; 
twelve months or 1,000 lines, 33 1-3 per cent; 
Classified advertisements, 1 cent a word. 
Reading notices, 15 and 25 cents a line, 
with discounts for 500 lines or more. 

ADVERTISER. Every Sunday and Wed- 
nesday. Independent. Established 1898. B. 
E. Patten, publisher. Subscription, $1.50; 
guaranteed circulation, 11,000; 4 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 50 cent* an inch each 
insertion. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 
Special position, 25 per cent extra. Classi- 
fied, 1 cent a word each insertion. 

See advertisement on page 500. 

ARKANSAS BAPTIST.-Every Wednes- 
day. Baptist. Established 1880. Arkansas 
Baptist Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; claimed circulation, 7,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12% 
inches, width, 2y 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one month, J2.40; 
three months, $6; six months, $9.10; one 
year, $15.60. Line rate on short time orders, 
5 cents, agate. Brevier readers, 10 cents' a 
line. Classified want advs., 1 cent a word. 

ARKANSAS METHODIST. Every Wed- 
nesday. Methodist Episcopal. Established 
1881. Godbey & Thornburgh, publishers. 
Subscription, $1.50; sworn circulation, 10,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13% 
inches; width, 2>4 inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
three months, $8; six months, $15; one year, 
$25; readers, 10 cents a line. 



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FRESNO 

MORNING REPUBLICAN. Every morn- 
lug except Monday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
day. Republican. Established, daily, 1887; 
weekly, 1876. The Fresno Republican Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, dany, 
$6; weekly, $1.50; estimated circulation, 
daily, 4,200; weekly, 2,600; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, daily, 21%; weekly, 23% 
inches; width 2y 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, 1 time, 
50 cents, one month, $5. E. O. D., 3-5 of 
daily rates; classified, 5 cents a line; 25 
cents a week; 80 cents a month. Reading 
notices, 25 cents a line or $6 a line a month. 
Locals, 10 cents a line first time, 7% cents 
a line subsequent insertions, or $1.50 a line 
a month. Weekly, 1 inch, 1 time, $1; one 
month $2. Reading notices, 15 cents a line 
first time; 12% cents after; one mouth, 50 
cents a line. 



LOS ANGELES 

EVENING EXPRESS. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Republican. Established 1871. 
Evening Express Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $5; sworn circulation, 10,529; 8 to 12 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns 20 
inches; width, 2% inches; can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 4 cents a line 
per time; one year, 3 cents a line; 6 months, 
10 per cent extra; 3 months, 15 per cent; 
one month, 25 per cent; per inch, one time, 
50 cents; one month 40 cents; three months, 
35 cents; six months, 32 cents; one year, 
30 cents. E. O. D., 50 cents an inch, pei 
time. Classified, 1 cent a word. Reading 
notices, nonpareil, 15 cents a line, per time. 

HERALD. Every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Saturday. Republican. Established 
1859. Herald Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily and Sunday, $6; sworn average circu- 
lation for six mouths ending June 30, 1901, 
18,373* (Sunday, for same period, 23,775*); 
weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 2,500; daily, 
16, 18 and 20 pages (Sunday, 44 to 60); week- 
ly, 12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width 2*4 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 6 cents a 
line; Sunday 7 cents; weekly, 6 cents; daily 
and Sunday, 6 cents if both are used. Open 
space, daily, 1,400 lines within one year, 5 
cents a line; 2,800 lines, 4% cents; 7,000 lines, 
4 cents; 14,000 lines, 3y 2 cents. Sunday only, 
4 times, 6 cents a line per time; three 
months, 5% cents; six months, 5% cents; 
one year, 5 cents. For stated space, daily 
and Sunday, 7 lines or over on stated days 
within one year, 7 times, 5% cents a line 
per time; 30 times, 5 cents; 92 times, 4% 
cents; 183 times, 4 cents; 365 times, 3% cents. 
Reading notices, nonpareil, daily, 25 cents a 
line; Sunday, 30 cents. Classified 1 cent a 
word; by the month, $1.50 a line. 



RECORD. Every evening except Sunday. 
Established 1895. Record Pub. Co., publish- 
ers. Edward W. Scripps, Pres. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; claimed circulation, 11,500; 4 pages, 
8 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 3 cents a line; 
for position, 3% cents; 500 lines to be used 
within one year, or a stipulated amount of 
space to be used on stated days each week, 
for one year, 2 cents a line; for position, 
2% cents. Classified ads, 5 cents a line. 
Reading notices, run of paper, 15 cents a 
line; 500 lines, 12 cents; 1000 lines, 10 cents. 
Pure reading, 20 cents a line; 500 lines, 17 
cents; 1000 lines. 15 cents. 

TIMES. Every morning and SATURDAY 
TIMES AND WEEKLY MIRROR, Satur- 
days. Independent Republican. Established 
1881. Times-Mirror Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily and Sunday, $9; sworn average 
circulation for year 1900, 26,738; Sunday, $2.50; 
sworn average circulation, 45,349; weekly, 
$1.50; estimated circulation, 2,000; daily, 10 
to 14 pages; Sunday, 28 to 42 pages and 
magazine supplement; weekly, 12 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20% inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily agate, 7 lines, one 
to three times, 10 cents a line; 6 times 8% 
cents; one month, 5 cents; 3 months, 4% 
cents; 6 months, 4^4 cents; one year 4 cents 
per time. Sunday where daily is also used, 
by the month, 6 cents a line per time; 
e. o. d. 2-3, twice a week, 3-5, once a week, 
% of daily rates. Sunday, only, one time, 
12 cents a line; one month, 10 cents; 
3 months, 9 cents; 6 months 8% cents; 
one year, 8 cents per time. Special positions 
extra. Reading notices, 15 cents a line, 
agate; leaded, 25 and 30 cents. Classified, 
1 cent a word; weekly 4 cents a line first 
time; subsequent insertions, 2 cents a line. 

CALIFORNIA CULTIVATOR.-Every Fri- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1889. Good- 
win-Honeywell Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 4,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12% 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 4 cents a line; 
discounts: 100 lines, 5 per cent; 500 lines, 
10 per cent; 1,000 lines, 15 per cent; 2,500 
lines, 30 per cent. Reading notices, 6 cents 
per agate line each time. 

CHALLENGE. Every Wednesday. Social- 
istic. Established 1900. H. Gaylord Wilshire, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed average 
circulation, 10,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns. 12 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

PACIFIC COAST FRUIT WORLD. 
Every Friday. Agricultural and Horticul- 



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tural. Established 1895. Fruit World Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, {1; 
guaranteed average circulation, 5,000*; 20 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 15 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Advertising rates, agate, 4 cents a line. 

SATURDAY POST. Every Saturday. In- 
dependent. Established 1900. The Post Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
sworn; average circulation, 11,022*; 24 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 13 inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 5 cents a line 
each insertion. 

See advertisement on page 508. 

LAND OF SUNSHINE. Monthly, Estab- 
lished 1894. The Land of Sunshine Publish- 
ing Co. (Incorp.) publishers. Subscription, 
$1; claimed minimum circulation, 9,000; 64 
to 120 pages; 2 columns; length of columns 
8 inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. Forms close 
20th of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 11 cents a line 
I>er time. 

OPTIMIST. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1900. H. S. Kneedler, publisher. .Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed average circulation, 
10,000; 64 pages; length of columns, 4% 
inches; width, 3'/4 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates on application. 

RURAL CALIFORNIAN. Monthly. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1877. M. G. Heiiitz, 
proprietor; C. M. Heintz, editor. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed average circulation, 5,400; 
40 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 9%, 
Inches; width, 2*4 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates', $1.25 per inch, per time. 

OAKLAND 

ENQUIRER. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Independent 



Republican. Established 1888. Oakland En- 
quirer Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $6; claimed average circulation, 
5,961; weekly $1; claimed circulation, 1,325; 
daily, 8 pages; weekly, 16 pages, 7 columns, 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2^ 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, per inch, 1 time, $1; 
one week, $3.10; one month, $9.40; three 
months,, $24; six months, $42; one year, $72. 
E. O. D., 60 per* cent; twice a week, 40 
per cent; once a week, 25 per cent of daily 
rates; space contracts, 300 inches in one 
year, 40 cents an inch; 500 inches, 35 cents; 
1,000 inches, 30 cents; 2,500 inches, 25 cents. 
Weekly, one inch, one time, 50 cents; one 
month, $1.60; 300 inches in one year, 20 cents 
an inch; 500 inches, 18 cents. Minion read- 
ers, 25 cents a line first time; 15 cents after; 
nonpareil readers, 15 cents first time; from 
second to sixth times, 10 cents; afterward, 
5 cents a line; by the month, $1.50. Classi- 
fied ads, 7 cents a line first time; 6 cents 
afterward; by the month, 75 cents. Solid 
cuts required. 

TIMES. Every morning except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1851. Oakland 
Times Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 



CALIFORNIA 



claimed circulation, 6,550; 4 to 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2Ys inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents per line; 
subsequent insertions, 4 cents; time dis- 
counts; E. O. D., 2-3 daily rate. Classified, 
same as display rate. Reading notices, 15 
cents a line first time; 10 cents afterwards. 



TRIBUNE. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Republi- 
can. Established 1872. Tribune Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; 
claimed average circulation, 8,732; weekly, 
$1; estimated circulation, 5,768; 8 to 12 pages, 
7 columns; length of cols., daily, 21 inches; 
width, zy s inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, per line, 
first insertion, 8 cents; subsequent inser- 
tions, 4 cents. Space contracts, 1,000 lines 
within a year, 4 cents a line; 5,000 lines, 3 
cents; 10,000 lines, 2% cents. Next reading, 
10 per cent; top of column, next to reading, 
25 per cent additional. Weekly, 4 cents a 
line. E. O. W., 5 cents each insertion. Read- 
ing notices, daily or weekly, 15 to 35 cents 
per line first, 10 to 25 cents per line each 
subsequent insertion. 

See advertisement on page 441. 



O ARAUTO. Every Thursday. Portu- 
guese. Established 1888. J. de Menezes, 
publisher. Subscription, $2; estimated cir- 
culation, 5,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 21^ inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

SIGNS OF THE TIMES. Every Thurs- 
day. Seventh-day adveutist. Established 
1874. Pacific Press Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed circulation, 
28,000; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents a 
line. Discounts; 10 per cent on one month; 
20 per cent on three months; 25 per cent on 
six months; 33 1-3 per cent on one year. 
Reading notices, 40 cents per count line. 



SACRAMENTO 

BEE. Every evening except Sunday. In- 
dependent Republican. Established 1857. 
The James McClatchy Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $6; sworn average circulation for 
year ending March 31, 1901, 7,525* 8 to 
16 pages, 7 and 8 columns; (Saturday Bee. 
$1; sworn average circulation, 9,061*, 16 
pages, 7 columns); length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, first time, 15 
cents a line; each of next 3, 10 cents a line; 
each subsequent, 8 cents a line; after 7 In- 
sertions, 5 cents; per month, any page Pub- 
lishers option, 60 cents per line; extra for 
specified pages. Open space used within one 
year; 500 lines-. 5 cents a line; 1,000 lines, 
4 cents; 1,500 ifnes, 3y 2 cents; 2,500 lines, 3% 
cents; 5,000 lines, 3 1-6 cents; 7,500 lines, 
3 1-12 cents; 10,000 lines, 3 cents a line. Classi- 
fied, 1 cent a word or 6 cents a line; by the 



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month, 65 cents. Special positions, extra; 
time discounts, 10 per cent on three months; 
15 per cent on six months; 25 per cent on 
one year. Reading notices, preferred pages, 
nonpareil, 20 cents a line; minion, 25 cents; 
run of paper, 20 per cent less. 

RECORD-UNION. Every morning and 
UNION, Fridays. Republican. Established 
1851. Sacramento Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $6; estimated circula- 
tion, 6,500; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 
7,000; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 Inch, 
1 time, $1.50; one week, $6.50; one month, 
$12.50; three months, $35; six months, $60; 
one year, $100. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates; 
twice a week, %, 1 time a week, 40 per 
cent of daily rates. Classified advertise- 
ments, 10 cents a line. Weekly, $1.75 per 
Inch each insertion. Special positions, 25 
per cent extra. Readers, 18 to 35 cents per 
line In daily or weekly. 

SAN DIEGO 

EVENING TRIBUNE. Every evening, 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Republican. Established 1895. The Tribune 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; 
sworu average circulation, for year 1900, 
4,335*; weekly, $1; sworn circulation, 1,380; 
daily, 8 pages; weekly, 4 pages; daily, 6; 
weekly, 8 columns; length of columns, daily, 
18 inches, weekly, 22% inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 Inch In dally, 1 time, 
75 cents; 1 week, $2.50; one month, 15; three 
months, $13; six months, $24; one year, $45. 
Reading notices. 20 cents a line, one month, 
$1.50 per line. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily price. 
Weekly, one Inch one time. 75 cents; one 
month, $1.45; three months, $2.35; six months, 
$3.65; one year, $6.25. Readers, 15 cents a 
line, first time; 10 cents after. 



UNION. Every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Thursday. Republican. Established 1868. 
San Diego Union Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, dally, $9; estimated circulation, 
5.500, Sunday, 6,500; weekly, $1.50; claimed 
circulation, 2.000; 8 pages, 6 and 7 columns; 
length of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, dally, 1 Inch, one time, 
pages 2, 3, 6 and 7, $1.25; subsequent in- 
sertions, 60 cents; 1 inch, one week, $3.25; 
one month, $6.50; 3 months, $19; 6 months, 
$36; one year, $68. On pages 4, 5 and 8, one 
Inch, one time, $1.35; one week, $4.50; one 
month, $9; three months, $24; one year, $84; 
E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates; two times a 
week, %. Classified, 5 cents a line. Minion 
reading notices, 25 cents; brevier, 35 cents, 
with discounts. Weekly, 1 Inch, one time, 
$1.35; one month, $3; six months, $15; one 
year, $24. 

SAN FRANCISCO 

ABEND-POST. Every evening except 
Sunday, SONNTAGSPOST, Sunday morn- 
Ing, and WEEKLY Thursdays. German. 
Independent. Established 1860. Abend-Post 



CALIFORNIA 



Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $7.80; estimated circulation, 6,000 (Sun- 
day $3; estimated, 7,000); weekly, $2.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 9,000; 4 pages, 7 columns; 
weekly, 4 to 6 pages, 9 columns; length of 
columns, daily 20 inches; weekly, 26% Inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 535 California 
street. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 Inch, 
one time, $1; one week. $2.50; one month, 
$7; three months, $15; six months, $24; one 
year, $40. E. O. D., 25 per cent; two times 
a week, 35 per cent less than daily monthly 
rates. Special notices, first, 20 cents; sub- 
sequent insertions, 10 cents per line; hour- 
eois notices, 30 cents a line. Weekly or 
unday, $1 per inch each time. 

BULLETIN. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SUNDAY MORNING. Indepen- 
dent Republican. Established 1855. R. A. 
Crothers, proprietor. Subscription, daily, 
$6; sworn average circulation for five 
months ending May 31, 1901, 47,014* (Sunday, 
44,339*); 12 pages; Saturday, 16 pages, Sun- 
day, 32 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 233 Kearny street 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 1, time, 20 
cents; subsequent insertions, 18 cents; spac= 
contracts to be used within one year, 1,000 
lines or over, 14 cents; 2,500 lines, 12 cents; 
5,000 lines, 10 cents; 10,000 lines, 9 cents; 
Special position, 25 per cent extra. Sunday, 
same as daily. Reading notices from 40 
cents to $1 per line according to type and 
position. Classified ads, 10 cents a line. 

CALIFORNIA DEMOKRAT. Every 
morning except Sunday. SONNTAGSBLATT 
DES CALIFORNIA DEMOKRAT, Sundays, 
and CALIFORNIA STAATS ZEITUNG, 
Thursdays. German. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1853. California Demokrat Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily $7.80; 
claimed circulation, 5,400; Sunday, $2.50; 
claimed circulation, 7,500; Weekly, $2.50; 
claimed circulation, 6,000; 8 pages (Sunday, 
12 pages), 7 columns; length of columns, 
19^4 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 73 Third street. 

Advertising rates, daily, one square (8 
lines nonpareil), one time, $1; one week. 
$2; one month, $6; three months, $12; oil 
contract of six months, 10 per cent, and 
yearly, 15 per cent off; yearly, E. O. D., 15 
per cent off. Reading notices, 20 cents a 
line, first time; 10 cents each subsequent 
insertion; 3 months, 8 cents a line per time; 
six months, 10 per cent; one year, 15 per 
cent off. Sunday or weekly display, 8 lines, 
$1; one month, $2; three mon'hs, $4; six 
months, $8; one year, $16. Reading notices, 
25 cents a line first time; 12% cents after. 
For over three months, 10 cents a line, per 
time. 

See advertisement on page 438. 

CHRONICLE. Every morning and 
WEEKLY. Thursdays. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1865. M. H. De Young, proprietor. 
Subscription, daily, with Sunday, $6.70; 
sworn average circulation for one year end- 
ing February 28, 1901, 79,492*; Sunday, $2; 



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sworn average circulation, 91,596*; weekly, 
$1.50; circulation, 32,753*; 14 pages (Sunday, 
20 pages; weekly, 10 pages); 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, cornel- 
Market, Geary and Ke.-.rny streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, classified 
advertisements, 12% cents per line; dis- 
played 20 cents. Double columns not less 
than 35 lines deep, 75 cents per double line 
first; 55 cents each subsequent insertion; 
Outline cuts only used; editorial page read- 
ing notices, 37% cents per line each insertion ; 
local items, agate, with *, 50 cents per line 
each insertion. Nonpareil notices, $1 and 
$1.25 per line; with* 75 cents a line. Weekly, 
37% cents per line first; subsequent inser- 
tions, 25 cents. No extra charge for cuts or 
double columns in weekly. Special reading 
notices, 50 cents. 

EVENING POST. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY POST, Wednesdays. 
Established 1871. Subscription, $4.50; claimed 
average circulation for nine months ending 
March 31, 1901, 31,029*; weekly, $1.50; claimed 
circulation, 10,000; 14 pages (Saturday edition, 
26 to 48 pages), 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. Oflice, 
Bush and Kearny streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 10 to 100 
lines, 10 cents per line; 500 to 1,000 lines, 
8 cents; 2,000 to 5,000 lines, 7 cents; 10,000 
to 50,000 lines, 6 cents a line; space to be 
used within one year. Classified, 10 cents 
a line. Reading notices, 50 cents a line each 
insertion. Next to reading matter, 10 per 
cent extra, full position, 20 per cent extra. 
Weekly, 10 cents a line each insertion. 



EXAMINER. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1865. W. R. Hearst, proprietor. Sub- 
scription, daily and Sunday, $7.80; guaran- 
teed average circulation, daily for six 
months ending March 31, 1901, 85,853*; (Sun- 
day, for same period, 109,310*); weekly, $1.50; 
guaranteed average circulation, for same 
period, 85,592*; daily 10 to 16 pages (Sunday, 
32, and weekly, 16 pages); 7 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2 1-12 inches. 
Can use matrices. Oflice. cor. Third and 
Market streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 20 cents 
a line. Preferred positions, 25 and 30 cents 
a line. On contracts for space to be used 
within one year, combining daily and 
Sunday, 104 insertions (minimum space 28 
lines) 5 per cent discount, or 5,000 lines, 5 
per cent; 10,000 lines, 10 per cent discount. 
Classified advertisements are 20 cents a line 
one time. 15 cents a line afterwards on con- 
secutive insertions. E. O. D., 18 cents each 
time. Star reading notices, agate, top head, 
60 cents per line; no head, 50 cents; non- 
pareil (heading to count two lines) $1; min- 
ion (heading measured in minion), $1.50 a 
line. Sunday, 25 cents a line, agate; pre- 
ferred positions, 30 and 35 cents a line. No 
extra charge for cuts or display, and no 
extra charge for broken columns, providing 
such ads., occupy not less than 42 lines 
in depth in double column; or less than 75 
lines in triple column; or less than 100 lines 



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in depth in four column advs. For less num- 
ber of lines than above, 50 per cent addi- 
tional charged. Weekly, 35 cents a line; 
preferred positions, 37% and 40 cents a line; 
no discount for time or space. 



L' ITALIA. Every morning except Sunday. 
Italian. Republican. Established 1887. Al- 
magia & Patrizi, publishers. Subscription, 
$6; estimated circulation, 5,800; 8 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns, 19 3-8 inches; 
width, 2 l / 8 inches. Oflice, 12 Montgomery 
Avenue. 

Advertising rates, on application. 

SAN FRANCISCO CALL. Every morning 
and WEEKLY CALL, Wednesday's. Repub- 
lican. Established 1856. John D. Spreckles, 
publisher and proprietor, W. S. Leake, man- 
ager. Subscription, daily, $6; sworn average 
circulation for two months ending April 
30, 1901, 62,309* (Sunday, $1.50); weekly, $1; 
claimed circulation, 12,000; daily, 10 to 16 
pages Sunday, 32 pages; weekly, 16 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 20% inches; 
width 2V4 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
701 Market street. 

Advertising rates, daily, per agate, line, 
one time 20 cents; two times, 18 cents; 
three times, 17 cents; four to six times, 16 
cents; seven to thirteen times, 15 cents; 
fourteen times, 14 cents; twenty-five to thir- 
ty times, 13 cents; three hundred and sixty- 
five times, 12 cents. Classified, 20 cents a 
line first time; 10 cents subsequent consecu- 
tive insertions. Double columns, 25 per cent 
extra. Special positions extra. Sunday 25 
cents a line. Reading notices, daily or Sun- 
day, 35 cents to $1.50 a line. Weekly, ordi- 
nary, 15 cents a line; one month, 10 cents; 
six months, 9 cents; one year|, 8 cents. Read- 
ing notices, 30 to 75 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 364. 

TAGEBLATT. Every evening except 
Sunday, SUNDAY morning, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays. German. Labor. Established 
1893. Tageblatt Association, publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $7.50; Sunday, $2; 
claimed circulation, 3,750; weekly, $2; claimed 
circulation, 4,480; daily, 4 pages; Sunday and 
weekly, 8 pages; daily and Sunday, 7, week- 
ly, 8 columns; length of columns, 23*4 inches, 
width, 2y 8 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
117 Turk street. 

Advertising rates, daily, 10 cents a line; 
one inch one month, $3; Sunday only, one 
inch one month, $1.50; liberal discounts on 
continued advertisements. Reading notices, 
30 cents a line, brevier. Weekly, 10 cents a 
line; one inch, one month, $1.75; one year, 
$12. Advs. changed oftener than once a 
month charged extra. 

VOCE DEL POPOLO.-Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY ECO DELLA 
CALIFORNIA. Thursdays, Italian, Inde- 
pendent. Established 1859. Carlo Pedretti & 
Sons, publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; 
claimed circulation, 5,000; Weekly, $2; cir- 
culation, 1,000; 4 pages, 8 columns; length 
of columns, 26 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Oflice, 729 Montgomery street. 

Advertising rates on application. 



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ARGONAUT. Every Saturday. Indepen- 
dent Republican. Established 1877. Argo- 
naut Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $4; claimed circulation, 14,200; 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2 3-8 inches. Office, 246 Sutter street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 14 cents per line. 
E. O. W., 15 cents a Hue; next to reading 
matter, 16 cents a line; top of column, 17 
cents a line; triple column, 20 cents a line. 
Business notices, 25 cents. Reading notices, 
50 cents per line. 

See advertisement on page 407. 

BREEDER AND~~SPORTSMAN.-Every 

Saturday. Sporting. Established 1882. F. 
W. Kelley, publisher. Subscription, $3; esti- 
mated circulation, 6,000; 24 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width 2>4 
inches. Office, 22-24 Geary street. 
Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $2; one 
month, $5; three months, $13; six months, 
$24.50; one year, $41.50. Reading notices, 
nonpareil, 25 cents a line; pure reading, 50 
cents, count line. 

BRITISH AMERICAN. See Philadelphia. 



CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWER. Every 
Saturday. Horticultural and trade. Estab- 
lished 1888. B. N. Rowley, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $2; claimed circulation, 6,780; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches; width, 2*4 inches. Office, 320 San- 
some street. 

Advertising rate, $2.50 per inch per month. 



HOTEL GAZETTE. Every Thursday. 
Hotel and R. R. Established 1876. Win. P. 
Harris, publisher. Subscription, $3; claimed 
average circulation, 5,200; 96 pages, 1 column; 
length of column. 6% inches; width, 3% 
inches. Office, 26 Montgomery street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one month, $4; 
three mouths, $11.25; six months, $18: one 
year, $30. Reading notices, nonpareil, 50 
cents a line per month; brevier, 75 cents. 

JEWISH TIMES AND OBSERVER. 
Every Friday. Jewish. Established 1856. 
Wm. Saalburg and M. S. Levy, editors and 
publishers. Subscription, $3; estimated cir- 
culation. 5,000; 8 pages. 5 columns; length 
of columns, 1S'4 inches; width, 214 inches. 
Office, 420 Montgomery greet. 

Advertising rates, one square (one-half 
inch), one time, $1.50; one month, $2.50. 



MINING AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS. 
Saturdays. Mining and electrical. Estab- 
lished 1860. J. F. Halloran, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $3; claimed circulation. 8,352; 28 
to 32 pages; 4 columns; length of columns, 
13% inches; width, 25-16 inches. Office, 330 
Market street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 lines one time, 
$1; one month, $3; three months, $8; six 
months, $15; one year, $25; 1 inch, one 
time, $1.50; one month, $4.50; three months, 
$12.50; six months, $22.50; one year, $42. 

MONITOR. Every Saturday. Roman Cath- 
olic. Established 1856. Monitor Publishing 
Co. (Iiicor.). proprietors. Subscription. $2.50; 



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claimed circulation, 25,500; 20 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 14% inches; 
width, 2 3-16 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 37-38 Flood Building. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents per agate line; 
1 inch, one time, $1; 1 inch, one month, 
$3; preferred position, extra; special rates 
for larger space and time contracts, on ap- 
plication. 



NEWS LETTER AND CALIFORNIA AD- 
VERTISER. Every Saturday. Independ- 
ent. Satirical. Established 1856. F. Mar- 
riott, publisher. Subscription. $4, claimed 
average circulation for year 1900, 16,736; 28 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 10% 
inches; width, 3% inches. Office, 5 l / 2 Kearny 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, first insertion, 25 
cents; subsequent insertions, 15 cents a 
line; no discounts on less than 2,500 lines; 
nonpareil reading notices, 50 cents a line, 
minion, 75 cents a line; bourgeois, pure 
reading, $1 a line; position, 25 per cent extra. 



PACIFIC RURAL PRESS. Every Satur- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1871. 
Dewey Pub. Co., publishers. Subscription. 
$2; estimated circulation, 8,856; 16 pages, 4 
columns: length of columns, 13% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 330 Market street. 
Advertising rates, agate, per line, one 
time, 8 cents; reading notices, 20 cents; dis- 
counts, 10 per cent on four times or 100 
lines; 20 per cent on three months or 400 
lines; 30 per cent on six months or 800 lines; 
35 per cent on nine months or 1,500 lines, 
and 40 per cent on one year or 2,000 lines. 

PHILOSOPHICAL JOURNAL. Every 

Saturday. Spiritualist. Established 1865. 
Thos. C. Newman, publisher. Subscription, 
$1; estimated circulation, 5,(100; 8 pages. 4 
columns; length of columns, 14 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 1429 Market street. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents a line. 

PUBLIC OPINION. Every Friday. In- 
dependent. Established 1880. Public Opin- 
ion Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2.50; estimated circulation, 5,000; 16 
pages and cover, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns. 10 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
906 Market street. 

Advertising rates, $3.50 per inch per 
month. Yearly orders, $2.50 per inch per 
month. 

STAR. Every Saturday. Independent. 
Established 1884. James H. Barry, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1.50; claimed average 
circulation for one year ending June 30, 1931, 
12,300; 12 to 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns. 12^ inches; width, 2y 8 inches. 
Office, 429 Montgomery street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one week, $1.50; 
one month, ?3.50; three months. $9; six 
months, $16.50; one year, $30. Preferred po- 
sition, 10 per cent extra. Discounts on 3 
inches and over. E. O. W., two-thirds of 
weekly rates; pure reading notices, brevier,, 
75 cents a line; 5 lines or over, one month, 
25 cents a line each issue. 



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. TOWN TALK. Every Saturday. Society. 
Democratic. Established 1892. Town Talk 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$3; claimed circulation, 9,600; 28 pages, 2 and 
3 columns; length of columns, 9% inches; 
width, 2^4 and 3& inches. Office, 1019 
Market street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $2; 
one month, $5; three months, $12; six mouths, 
$21; one year, $36. Preferred position, 5 per 
cent extra. Reading notices, brevier, 50 
cents a line. 

VEST KUSTEN (The West Coast). Every 
Thursday. Swedish. Independent Repub- 
lican. Established 1886. West Coast Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers, Alex. Olssou, editor 
and manager. Subscription, $2; claimed 
average circulation, 3,700; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21 inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 410 
Kearny street. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch. Dis- 
counts, 3 months, 25 per cent; 6 months, 35 
per cent; one year, 40 per cent. 

See advertisement on page 391. 

WASP. Every Saturday. Colored car- 
toons, independent Republican. Established 
1876., Wasp Publishing Co. (Incor.), pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $4; guaranteed circula- 
tion, 18,000; 20 to 24 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 11% inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. 
Office, 513 Market street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12% cents a line; 
6 months, 10 cents. Special position, 25 per 
cent extra. Reading notices, 15 to 50 cents 
a line. 

WAVE. Every Saturday. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1886. The Wave Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $3; claimed circulation, 12,500; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 10 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 24 Mont- 
gomery street. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents a line; further 
rates on application. 

CALIFORNIA A. O. U. W. Monthly. 
Ancient Order of United Workmen. Estab- 
lished 1897. Wm. H. Barnes, publisher. 
Subscription, 25 cents; claimed average cir- 
culation, 25,000; 8 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 13% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Forms close 22d of 
preceding month. Office, 532 Clay street. 

Advertising rates, |2 an inch per insertion; 
small ads. over 1 inch, on 3 months or 
longer contracts, $1.25 an inch. 

GOLDEN STATE. Monthly. Fraternal. 
Established 1892. Golden State Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated 
circulation, 18,000; 16 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 9% inches; width, 2 J /4 
inches. Office, N. S. G. W. Building. 

Advertising rates on application. 

OVERLAND MONTHLY. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1868. F. Marriott, pub- 
lisher and proprietor. Subscription, $1; 



claimed average circulation for six months 
, 1901, 30,834*, not including spe- 
cial editions; 100 pages, 2 columns; length 



ending May, 



CALIFORNIA 

of columns, 7% inches; width, 2y 2 inches. 
Can use matrices. Forms close 15th of 
preceding month. Office, 5 l / 2 Kearny street. 
Advertising rates, agate, per line, 35 
cents; 1 page, $60; half and quarter pages, 
pro rata; 1 inch, $4. Discounts, 10, 15 and 20 
per cent on 3, 6 and 12 months respectively. 

PACIFIC COAST HOME MONTHLY. 

Monthly. Home. Established 1897. Pa- 
cific Coast Home Monthly Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 60 cents; claimed 
circulation, 50,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13% inches; width, 2% 
inches; can use matrices. Forms close 29th 
preceding month. Office, 3255 Twenty- 
Second street. 
Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents a line. 

TRAVELER. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1893. William V. Bryan, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; claimed average circulation 
for six months ending December 31st, 1900, 
10,475; 20 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 12 inches; width, 2 1 / 4 inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 20 Montgomery street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one month, $3.50; 
three months, $9; six monthg, $16.50; one 
year, $30; reading notices, minion, 50 cents 
and brevier. 75 cents. 

TRESTLE BOARD.-Monthly. Masonic. 
Established 1887. The Trestle Board Asso- 
ciation, publishers. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 14,060; 52 pages, 2 col- 
umns; lengtn of columns, 8^4 inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close 15th of preceding 
month. Office, 408 California street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents a 
line; one-fourth page, $10; % page, $18; 1 
page, $30. 

A 16-page local weekly edition is also is- 
sued; circulation, 2,009; rates same as for 
same period in the monthly. 

HERALD. Every evening except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1851. San Jose 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $4.50; Saturday edition, $1.50; claimed 
circulation, 4,000; 8 pages (Saturday, 16 
pages), 7 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2Vs inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
75 cents; one week, $2.50; one month, $6; 
three months $15; six months, $27; one 
year, $42.00. E. O. D., three months, $10.50; 
six months, $16.80; one year, $29.40; 2 t. a. 
w., three months, $8.25; one year, $22.80; 1 
t. a. w., three months, $4.50; one year, 
$12.60. Open space used within one year, 
500 inches, 25 cents an inch; 1,000 inches, 
22% cents; 2,OCO inches, 20 cents. Preferred 
position, 25 per cent extra. Classified, 5 
cents a line; by the week, 20 cents; by the 
month, 50 cents. Reading notices, 5, 10, 20 
and 25 cents a line. 

MERCURY. Every morning and WEEK- 
LY. Saturdays. Republican. Established 
1852. Mercury Pub. Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6; claimed circulation, 6.000; 
weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 7,000; 8 
pages; daily, 7; weekly, 8 columns; length 



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of columns, 20 Inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
seven times, $4.25; one month, $9; E. O. D., 
2-3 daily rate. Open space used within one 
year, 100 inches, 50 cents an inch; 250 inches, 
40 cents; 500 inches, 35 cents; 1,000 inches, 30 
cents an inch. Classified, 10 cents a line; 
2 times, 13 cents; 3 times, 16 cents; one 
week (7 times), 28 cents. Discounts, 5 per 
cent on three months: 162-3 per cent on six 
months; 331-3 per cent on one year. Read- 
ing notices, without advertising marks, 25 
cents a line; starred, 15 cents a line first 
time; 10 cents after. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1880. C. W. Wil- 
liams, publisher. Subscription, $3.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,100; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, 50 
cents; one -week, $2; one month, $3.50; dis- 
count of 20 ner cent on yearly contracts. 
E. O. D., 2-3 o'f daily rates. Reading notices. 
10 and 15 cents; by the month. 50 and 75 
cents per line per month; classified ads., 5 
cents a line first time, 2% cents after. 

STOCKTON 

EVENING MAIL.-Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY. Saturdays. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1880. E. L. Colnon, 



CALIFORNIA 



and J. J. Nunan, publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; estimated, circulation, 3,500; 
weekly, $2; estimated circulation, 3,500; 
daily, 8; weekly, 16 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, daily, 19^ inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch 
per month, $5; three months, $15; six 
months, $24; one year, $48; classified ads., 
3 lines one week, 50 cents; nothing less than 
50 cents. Star notices, 12% cents first time, 
by the week, 30 cents; by the month, $1 a 
line. Readers, 25 cents a line. Weekly, one- 
half of daily rates; for daily and weekly 
add one-fourth to daily rates. 

INDEPENDENT. Every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays, Repub- 
lican. Established 1858. J. L. Phelps & Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; estimated 
circulation. 3,000; weekly, $2; claimed circu- 
lation, 2,200; 16 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 19V& inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonnariel, 10 lines, one 
time, $1; one week, $2.50; one month, $5; 
three months, $15; six months, $24; one 
year, $48. Star notices, 10 cents a line 
one time, 15 cents 2 times; 20 cents 3 times; 
25 cents a week; 75 cents a mouth. Readers, 
25 cents a line, each time. E. O. D., 2-3 of 
daily rates. Weekly, % of daily rates for 
display. Readers, etc., same as daily per 
insertion. For daily and weekly combined, 
add 25 per cent to daily rates. 




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COLORADO SPRINGS 

GAZETTE. Every morning and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays. Republican. Established, 
daily, 1878; weekly, 1872. Colorado Springs 
Gazette Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $7; Sunday, $2; estimated 
circulation, daily and Sunday, 7,000; weekly, 
$1; estimated circulation, 500; 8 and 10 
pages (Sunday, 24 and 28 pages), 8 columns: 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2 3-16 
inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents a line; 

7 to 12 times, 5 cents; 13 to 25 times, 4% cents; 
26 to 50 times, 4 cents; 51 to 100 times, 3V 2 
cents; 101 to 150 times, 3 cents; over 150 
times, 2V 2 cents a line per time. Open spact, 
used within one year, 1,400 lines, 5 cents h. 
line; 2.8CO lines, 4% cents; 4.900 lines, 4 cents; 
7.0CO lines, 3% cents; 10,500 lines, 3 cents; 
14,000 lines, 2% cents;. Special positions, 
extra. Classified, 1 cent a word. Reading 
notices, 10 and 20 cents a line, with dis- 
counts on 250 lines and over. 

TELEGRAPH. Every Evening, except 
Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. Inde- 
pendent Democratic. Established 1877. The 
Telegraph-Record Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $6: estimated circulation, 6,000; 

8 to 16 pages, 7 and 8 columns; length of 
columns, 21 inches; width, 21-6 inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, per inch, per time, 75 
cents; 10 consecutive insertions, 60 cents; 30 
times. 30 cents per inch per time. Yearly, 
2 inches or less, per inch per month, $6.50; 
for six months, add 10 per cent; three 
months, 20 per cent; E. O. D., 2-3 of monthly 
rate. Classified. 5 cents a line first time, 
4 cents after: by the week, 20 cents. Read- 
ing notices. 10 cents a line; 500 lines, 9 cents; 
1,000 lines, 8% cents. 

DENVER 

DENVER POST (The). Every evening 
except Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. 
Independent. Established 1893. The Post 
Printing and Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $7.80, including Sunday; sworn 
average circulation, daily, for three months 
ending March 31. 1901, 29^256* ; Sunday, sworn 
average circulation for same period, 34.396*; 
10 to 12 pages; Sunday, 24 or more pages; 
7 and 8 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, ZVa inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 1019 Sixteenth street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 10 cents a 
line; 6 to 25 times, 7 cents; 26 to 50 times, 6 
cents; 51 to 75 times. 5 cents; 76 to 150 times. 
4% cents; over 150 times, 4 cents. Open 
space contracts within one year, 100 inches. 
6% cents per line; 200 inches, 6 cents a line; 
500 inches. 4% cents a line; 1,000 inches. 4 
cents a line. Sunday, 10 per cent extra. 
Special position, I2 l / z and 25 per cent extra. 



Classified, daily or Sunday, 5 cents a line. 
Reading notices, daily or Sunday, minion, 
30 cents a line, with discounts for 200 lines 
and over. Locals, 15 cents a line, each in- 
sertion. 

DENVER RECORD-STOCKMAN. Every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY. 
Commercial. Established 1886. Record- 
Stockman Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $3; claimed circulation, 7,600; 
Weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 4,000; daily, 
4; weekly, 8 pages; 7 columns; length of 
columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 408 Times Building. 

Advertising rates, 40 cents an inch; one 
month, per inch, $6.50; three months, $5.85 
per month; six months, $5.50; one year, 
$5.20, per inch, per month. E. O. D., 70 
per cent; 2 t. a. w.. 60 per cent; 1 t. a. w., 
bO per cent of daily rates. Discounts for 
space: 2 inches, 10 per cent; 4 inches, 15 
per cent; 6 inches, 20 per cent; 8 inches 
and over, 25 per cent. Reading notices, 10 
cents first insertion; 5 cents after. Pure 
reading, 25 cents a line. 

REPUBLICAN. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1866. Republican Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $7.50; claimed 
circulation, 23,111; Sunday, $2.50; 30,000: 
weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 6,200; 10 to 32 
pages; daily 7; Sunday and Weekly, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2Vs inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 12 cents a 
line; 2 times consecutively, 10 cents; 3 to 6 
times, 9 cents; 7 to 26 times, 7% cents; one 
month, &V 2 cents; three months, 6 cents; six 
months, 5 cents; one year, 4 cents; E. O. 
D., 20 per cent extra; two times a week, 40 
per cent; one time a week, 60 per cent. 
Special position extra. Open space used 
within one year, 500 lines, 10 cents a line; 
1,000 lines, 7 cents; 2.000 lines, 6 cents; 5,000 
lines, 5 cents; 10,000 lines and over, 4 cents 
a line. Reading notices, 15 cents a line; 
Town Topics, 7Yz cents. Isolated readers, 
25 cents; telegraphic matter, $1 a line. 
Classified, 10 cents a line first time; 5 cents 
after. Sunday same as daily. Weekly, 3 
cents per agate line. Reading notices, 10 
cents a line count. 



ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. Every morn- 
ing, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Indepen- 
dent. Established 1859. Rocky Mountain 
News Printing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $9; sworn average circulation for 
year 1900, 27,043*; Sunday, $2.50; sworn aver- 
age circulation, for same period, 34.993"; 
weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 6,000; 
daily, 10 and 12 pages; Sunday, 32 pages or 
more; weekly. 12 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 23 inches; width, 2% Inches. Can 



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use matrices. Office, Seventeenth and Law- 
rence streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, per line, 
one time, 12 cents; one month, (% cents; 
three months, 6 cents; six months, 6% cents; 
one year, 4^ cents. Space rates, 1,000 lines, 
8 cents a line; 2,000 lines, 7 cents; 5,000 lines. 
6 cents; over 10.000 lines, 5 cents. Space 
to be used within one year. Position extra. 
Three t. a w., 2-3; two t. a. w., % daily 
rate. Reading notices, 25 cents a line. Classi- 
fied 10 cents a line, one time; 5 cents a 
line after. Sunday, same as daily. Weekly, 
per line, one time, 5 cents; one year, 3V& 
cents. Nothing less than 7 lines display 
for any edition. 



TIMES. Every evening, except Sunday, 
SUNDAY TIMES. Sunday, and COLORADO 
WEEKLY TIMES. Wednesday. Republi- 
can. Established 1870. Times-Sun Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$7.80; sworn circulation, 26.218; weekly, $1; 
sworn circulation, 27,300; daily 10 and 12 
pages; Sunday, 24 pages; weekly. 12 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21 1 /& inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
1545-1547 Lawrence street. 

Advertising rates, daily, 12 cents per agate 
line; 2 consecutive insertions, 10 cents; 3 to 
6 times, 9 cents; 7 to 26 times, 1% cents; 
one month, 6% cents; three months, 6 cents; 
six mouths, 5 cents; one year, 4 cents a line 
per time. E. O. D., 662-3 per cent; 3 t. a. 
w., 60 per cent; 2 t. a. w., 45 per cent; 1 
t. a. w., 25 per cent of above rates. Open 
space used within one year, 500 lines, 10 
cents a line: 1.000 lines, 7 cents; 2,000 lines, 
6 cents; 5,000 to 10,000 lines, 5 cents; over 
10,000 lines. 4 cents a line. Special posi- 
tions additional. Local notices, 15 cents a 
line; by the week, 12^ cents; by the month, 
10 cents. Reading notices, per line, 30 cents; 
500 lines, 25 cents; 1,000 lines. 20 cents. 
Classified ads 10 cents a line first time, 5 
cents after. Weekly, 15 cents per line. Dis- 
counts. 3 months or 500 lines, 10 per cent; 
6 months or 1,000 lines, 20 per cent; one year 
or 2,000 lines, 30 per cent. Reading notices, 
same as daily. 



COLORADO JOURNAL.-Every Saturday. 
German. Independent. Established 1872. 
German Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; estimated circulation, 5,000; 12 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21^ 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 1452 Blake 
street. 

Advertising rates, $1 per inch per month. 
Readers, 5 cents a line. 

CYCLING WEST. Every Thursday. Cycl- 
ing. Established 1892. Cycling West Pub- 
lishing Co.. publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation, 7.000; 28 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 9% inches; width, 
3% inches. Can use matrices. Office, Bat- 
clay Building. 

Advertising rates, V page, one time, $6; 
% page, $10; % page. $18; one page, $30. Re- 
duced rates for continuous insertions. Read- 
ing notices, 35 cents a line. 



COLORADO 



FACTS. Every Saturday. Independent. 
Established 1893. The Reed Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 9,000: 4 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width, 23-16 inches. 
Office, 1448 Curtis street. 
Advertising rates, agate, 10 lines, per time, 
50 cents; reading notices, 10 cents a line. 
Discounts, 10, 15 and 20 per cent on 3, 6 and 
12 months respectively. 



FIELD AND FARM. Every Saturday. 
Agricultural and Live Stock. Established 
1872. Lute Wilcox, publisher. Subscription, 
$2; claimed circulation, 15,000; 32 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns. 13 inches; 
width, ZVs, inches. Office, 1516 Arapahoe 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 3 
months or 500 lines, 9 cents; 6 months or 
1,000 lines, 8 cents; one year or 2,000 lines, 
7 cents. Classified, 2c a word. Reading no- 
tices, 25 cents a line. 

GEORGE'S WEEKLY. Every Saturday. 
Independent. Established as "New Road," 
1887. The Road Publishing Co., publishers, 
H. George, editor Subscription, $1; claimed 
average circulation, 7,600; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 22 inches; width, 
ZVa inches. Office, 1529 Curtis street. 

Advertising rates per square (10 lines 
agate), 25 cents. 

ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY. Every 
Wednesday. Family. Established 1890. The 
Calhoun Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; sworn circulation, 25.000; 8 
pages, 7 columns: length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 1638 Curtis street. 

Advertising rates, 8 cents a line, agate, 
or $1 per inch. Reading notices, 10 cents 
a line. No discounts. 



LA NAZIONE. Every Friday. Italian. 
Catholic. Established 1894. Rev. Felix Ma- 
rion Lepore, publisher. Subscription, $2; 
estimated circulation, 8,000: 4 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns. 2V/> inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 1509 W. 36th Avenue. 

Advertising rates, 75 cents an inch, per 
mouth. 



MINING WORLD.-Every Tuesday. Es- 
tablished 1897. World Printing Co. (Incorp.), 
publishers, E. M. Hawkins, editor. Sub- 
scription, $1; estimated circulation. 9,500; S 
to 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13 
inches; width, 21-6 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 1848-50 Lawrence street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 1 inch, one time, 
$1; one month, $2.25; three months, $6.60; 
six months, $11.30; one year, $18.70. 



ROCKY MOUNTAIN FARMER AND 

MINER. Every Monday. Farming and 
Mining. Established 1899. Charles Colman, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; guaranteed aver- 
age circulation, 5,000*: 4 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% 



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inches. Can use matrices. Office, 1624 Cur- 
tis street. 

Advertising rates, $1 per inch each inser- 
tion. 

See advertisement on page 388. 



ROCKY MOUNTAIN SENTINEL.-Every 
Saturday. Family. Established 1887. James 
C. Exline, publisher. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 1638 Cur- 
tis street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line. 



ROCKY MOUNTAIN WORLD. Every 
Saturday. Republican. Established 1882. 
Halsey M. Rhoads, publisher. Subscription, 
$1; estimated circulation, 5,000; 8 pages; 6 
columns; length of columns. 19% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 1200 Fifteenth 
street. 

Also publishes DENVER PRESSS every 
Saturday; estimated circulation, 2,750. 

Advertising rates on application. 



SVENSK AMERIKANSKA WESTEN 
(Svenska Korrespondenten). Every Thurs- 
day. Swedish. Independent. Established 
1888. Swedish Printing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; guaranteed average circu- 
lation for six months, ending March 31, 1901, 
7.000*; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
24 Inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 118-119 Cheesman Block. 

Advertising rates, display, furnished on 
application. Reading notices, 5 cents a line. 



A. O. U. W. RECORD. Monthly. Ancient 
Order United Workmen. Established 1887. 
The Pierce Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 8,200; 
8 pages; 4 columns; length of columns, 13 
Inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one month, $1; 
three months, $2; six months, $3.50; one year, 
?6; discount on larger space. 



OUT-DOOR LIFE. Monthly. Sports. Es- 
tablished 1897. J. A. McGuire and J. A. 
Ricker, publishers. Subscription, $1; guar- 
anteed average circulation, 25,000*; 116 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $3.50; 
six months, $3; one year, $2.50 per Inser- 
tion; 14 page, one time, $11.50; % page, $21.50; 
one page, $40. Special positions. 25 per cent 
extra. Reading notices, $4 per inch, per in- 
sertion. 



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LEADVILLE 

HERALD DEMOCRAT.-Every morning, 
EVENING CHRONICLE, every evening, ex- 
cept Sunday, and CARBONATE CHRON- 
ICLE, Mondays. Republican. Established 
1879. Leadvllie Publishing and Printing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, morning, $9; even- 
ing, $6; claimed circulation, morning, 4,000; 
evening. 1.400; weekly, $2; estimated circu- 
lation 1.100; morning, 8 pages: evening. 4 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2% Inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, morning is- 
sue, 12% cents a line first time, 6% cents 
after; 1 inch, one month (26 times), $10; 
three months, $27; six months, $45; one year, 
f75; E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rate. Reading no- 
tices, 15 cents a line each time. Evening 
issue, 1 inch, one month, $8.75; three months, 
$22.50; six months, $37.50; one year, $60; E. 
O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. Reading notices, 15 
cents a line. Weekly, 1 inch, one month, $4; 
three months, $8.25; six months, $15, one 
year, $25. 

NEWS-REPORTER. Every evening, ex- 
cept Saturday and Sunday. SUNDAY 
MORNING. Democratic. Established 1895. 
News-Reporter Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $4.80; claimed circulation, 
daily, 2,000; Sunday, 3,5CO; 6 to 16 pages, 6 
columns: length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, 50 
cents: one week. $1.25: one month, $2; three 
months, $6: six months, $12; one year, $24; 

2 inches, three months, ?10; one year, $30; 

3 inches, one year, $45. Reading notices, 10 
cents o line. 

PUEBLO 

CHIEFTAIN. Every morning, and COLO- 
RADO CHIEFTAIN. Thursdays. Republi- 
can. Established 1872. Chieftain Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $5: 
claimed circulation. 8,200; Sunday.' $2: 
claimed circulation. 8.600; weekly. $1; claimed 
circulation. 4,400; daily and weekly. 8 pages 
(Sunday, 12 pages), 8 columns; length of 
columns. 21% inches; width. 2 1 4 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, per line, 
one insertion, 8 cents; six times (not Inclua- 
inp Sunday), 4 cents per time; twenty-six 
times. 3 cents per line; seventy-eight times, 
2% cents a line; position extra. Sunday 
only, per line, one time, 9 cents: one month, 
5% cents per line, per time; yearly orders, 
2% cents a line. Weekly, 5 cents a line: one 
month, 4 cents: 3 months, 3 cents: 6 months, 
2% cents: yearly orders. 2 cents a line. 
Read'"e notices, daily. 15 cent's a line; Sun- 
day. 20 cents a line: weekly. 10 cents a line, 
with discounts. Classified, 1 cent a word 
first time; % cent after. 



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ANSONIA 

EVENING SENTINEL.-Every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. 
Ind. Rep. Established, dally, 1880; weekly, 
1871. J. M. Emerson, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $5; sworn average circulation for 
year 1900, 4,800*; weekly, $1.50; estimated cir- 
culation, 4,700; daily, 8 and 12 pages; weekly, 
12 and 16 pages 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 75 cents per inch 
first insertion; 25 cents for each subsequent 
insertion; if electros are furnished, 13 1-3 
cents per inch per insertion on yearly con- 
tracts; if E. O. IX, 14 2-3 cents; 1 t. a. w., 20 
cents. Reading notices, minion, 10 cents per 
line each insertion. Weekly, 25 cents an 
inch. 



BRIDGEPORT 

EVENING FARMER. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and REPUBLICAN FARMER, 
Fridays. Democratic. Established 1790. 
The Farmer Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $5; estimated circula- 
tion, 4,000; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 
4,200; 8 pages; daily, 8; weekly, 7 columns; 
length of columns. 21% inches; wid-th 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, Vz inch, 
one time, 50 cents; one week, $1.50; one 
month, $3; three months, $6; one year, $15; 
1 inch, one time, $1; one week, $2.25; one 
month, $5; three months, $10; one year, $25; 
three times a week, 2-3; two times a week, 
%; one time a week, 1-3 daily monthly rates. 
Daily and weekly, for three months or 
longer, V 2 more than daily rates. Classified 
ads, 1 cent a word. Weekly, % inch, first, 
75 cents; subsequent insertions, 20 cents; 1 
inch, first, $1; subsequent insertions, 35 
cents; three months, $5; six months, $9; one 
year, $16. Locals in either paper, first, 20 
cents; subsequent insertions, 10 cents per 
line. 

EVENING POST. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1883. 
The Post Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; claimed average circulation, 
11,198; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; lengjth of 
columns, 19% inches; width, 2V& inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.50; 
one week, $4.15; one month, $11.25; open 
space used within one year, 300 to 500 inches, 
25 cents an inch; 500 inches, 20 cents; 1,200 
inches, 16 cents 3,000 inches, 15^ cents; 
6,000 inches, 15 cents. Special positions, fex- 
tra. Classified, 1 cent a word. Reading no- 
tices, 20 cents a line, count. 

MORNING TELEGRAM-UNION.-Every 

morning except Sunday. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1895. The Morning Union Co., 



publishers. Subscription, $3; guaranteed 
average circulation, 10,000; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, less than 500 inches, 25 
cents an inch; 500 inches, 20 cents; 1,200 
inches, 16 cents; 3,000 inches, 15% cents; 
6,000 inches, 15 cents an inch. Special posi- 
tions extra. Classified, 1 cent a word for 
15 words or more. Reading notices, 20 cents 
per count line. 

STANDARD. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and REPUBLICAN STANDARD, Fri- 
days. Republican. Established 1830. The 
Standard Association, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $6; estimated circulation, 3,500; 
weekly, $1; estimated circulation 2,400; 8 
pages; daily, 7 columns; length of columns, 
22 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use ma- 
trices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, V 2 inch, 
one time, 50 cents; one week, $1.75; one 
month, $4; three months, $8; one year, $18; 
1 inch, one time, $1; one week, $2.75; one 
month, $6.50; three months, $12; one year, 
$30; E. O. D., % of daily rates. Reading no- 
tices, 5, 10, 15 aud 30 cents a line. Classified, 
10 cents a line, each insertion, up to 20 
words; 1 cent a word afterwards. Special 
notices, V 2 extra. Weekly, 1 inch, one time, 
$1; one month, $2.50; three months, $5; six 
months, $10; one year, $16. Solid cuts re- 
quired. 

SUNDAY HERALD. Every Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established 1890. F. R. Swift, 
publisher. Subscription, $2; estimated com- 
hined circulation (Bridgeport and Water- 
bury), 40.000; 12 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns. 20 inches; width, zy a 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates (see Waterbury). 

Issues also the WATERBURY SUNDAY 
HERALD. 

BRIDGEWATER 

LADIES' FIRESIDE JOURNAL Monthly 
Literary. Established 1899. C. B. Thomp- 
son, publisher. Subscription, 25 cents; 
claimed circulation. 65,000; 8 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 14 inches; Width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 

CLINTONVILLE 

WAYSIDE GLEANINGS. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1891. Wayside Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription 25 cents: 
estimated circulation, 15,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12V& inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close 20th of preceding 
month. 

Advertising rates, 28 cents per agate line. 
Reading notices, 35 cents; no discounts. 



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DANBURY 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday 
and Wednesday, and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days. Neutral. Established 1870. Flint & 
Smith, publishers. Subscription, daily, $4; 
claimed circulation, 4,500; weekly, $1: esti- 
mated circulation, 4,000; 8 pages (Weekly, 
12 pages), 7 columns; length of columns, 
21% inches; width, 2V 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, weekly, Vz inch, one 
time, 25 cents; one month, $1; three months, 
$3; one year, $9; 1 inch, one time, 50 cents; 
one month, $2; three months, $6; one year t 
$16. Reading notices, 15 cents per line. 
Daily combined with weekly, one inch, 
one week, $3; one month, $8; three months, 
$18; six months, $30; one year, $48. Daily 
alone, (5 times a week) 90 per cent; E. O. 
D., and weekly, 77 per cent; daily, E. O. D., 
63 per cent; 2 t. a. w., 46 per cent of 
daily and wee^y rntes. Reading notices in 
daily, 10 cents a line. 

HARTFORD 

COURANT. Every morning except Sun- 
day, and CONNECTICUT COURANT, Mon- 
days and Thursdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1764. The Hartford Courant Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $8; claimed 
circulation, 10,200; weekly, $1; circulation, 
9,000; daily, 12 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 
weekly, 12 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 20% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
one time, $1,20; one week, $4; one month, 
$10; three months, $20; six months, $30; one 
year, $50; 3 inches, $140 one-year. E. O. D., 
% daily monthly rates; business notices, 20 
cents. Reading notices, 50 cent* per line 
per time. Weekly, 1 inch, one time, $1; one 
month, $4; three months, $10; six months, 
$15; one year, $25. Reading notices same as 
daily. Both parts each week, 50 per cent 
additional. 

POST. Every evening except Sunday. 
and WEEKLY CONNECTICUT POST, 
Thursdays. Republican. Established 1856. 
Evening Post Association, proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6; sworn average circula- 
tion for one year ending June 1, 1901, 7.073*: 
weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 1,000; 12 
to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rntes, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
$1; one week, $3.50; one month, $8; three 
months, $16; six months, $25; one year, $40; 
3 times a week, 2-3; two times a week, Va 
daily rates. Open space used within one 
year, 250 inches. 50 cents an inch: 500 inches, 
40 cents; 1,000 inches, 30 cents; 2.000 inches, 
25 cents an inch. Reading notices, .20, 25 
and 50 cents a line. Classified, 1 cent a 
word. Weekly, 1 inch, one time, $1; three 
mouths, $10; one year, $25. 

TELEGRAM. Every morning except Sun- 
day. Democratic. Established 1883. Hart- 
ford Telegram Co., editors and publishers. 
Subscription, $5; claimed circulation, 11,200; 
8 and 10 pages. 7 columns; length of col- 



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umus, 21% inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, one 
time, $1; one week, $3; one month, $8; three 
months. $16; six months, $26.40; one year, 
$45. Position, 25 per cent extra; 200 inches 
to be used in twelve months, 45 cents per 
inch; 500 inches, 40 cents per inch; 1,000 
inches, 35 cents per inch; 1,500 inches or 
more, 32 cents per inch. City notices, 30 
cents a line. Rates for other forms of 
reading notice on application. 

TIMES. Every afternoon except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY. Mondays and Thurs- 
days. Democratic. Established 1817. W. O. 
Burr, publisher. Subscription, daily, $8; 
sworn average circulation for year 1900. 
15,949*; semi-weekly, $1; claimed circulation. 
7,000,; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 22 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, $1.20; one week, $4.20; one month, 
$12; three months, $24; six months, $36; one 
year, $60; % inch, half price for an inch: 3 
inches, three months, $60; one year, $150. 
Special positions are extra; thiree times a 
week, 3i; two times a week, %; one time a 
week, 1-3 of regular daily rates. Open space 
used within one year, 500 inches, 63 cents 
an inch; 1,000 inches, 50 cents an inch; no 
one insertion less than 2 inches, or more 
than 50 inches. Classified advertisement* 
limited to 30 words, 25 cents for two con- 
secutive insertions. Locals, 20 cents a line; 
500 lines, 12*4 cents a line. Only outline 
cuts inserted. Semi-weekly, 1 inch, one 
time, $1; one month (nine times), $8; three 
months, $16; one year, $40. 

See advertisement on page 382. 

CATHOLIC TRANSCRIPT. Every Thurs- 
day. Catholic. Established 1876. Connecti- 
cut Catholic Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1.50; guaranteed circulation 
exceeding 22.000; 8 to 10 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns. 21% inches; width, 2 l / s 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, per inch, per time, $1 
with discounts for 50 inches and over. 



CONNECTICUT FARMER. Every Satur- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1879. The 
Farmer Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; estimated circulation, 3,500: 16 
pages, 4 columns: length of columns, 12% 
inches; width, 2 1 /4 inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; one 
month, $3; three months, $8; six months, $15; 
one year, $25; double column, 25 per cent 
extra; reading notices, 25 cents a line. 

GLOBE. Every Sunday. Established 1876. 
Globe Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; claimed average circulation for 
year 1900, 8,187*: 20 to 40 pages, 7 columns: 
lensrth of columns. 20 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, one 
time, $1.50; one month, $4; three months, $9; 
six months. $15; one year, $26. Reading no- 
tices, 35 cents a line. 

CONNECTICUT MAGAZINE. Popular Il- 
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February, April, June, August, October and 
December. Established 1895. E. B. Eaton, 
manager. Subscription, $2; guaranteed aver- 
age circulation, 8,000; 100 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8*4 inches; width, 2 l / 2 
inches. Forms close 15th preceding month. 
Advertising rates, agate, per line, 12 
cents; one inch, one time, $1.75; three times, 
$1.50; six times, $1.25 per time; % page, 1 
time, $6; y 2 page, $10; one page, $18. 

MERIDEN 

JOURNAL. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Independent. Established 1886. The 
Journal Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $8; claimed average circulation 
for year 1900, 6,980; 10 to 20 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width 
of column, 2>4 inches. Can use matrices. 
Publishes also WATERBURY, CONN., RE- 
PUBLICAN. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; one 
week, $3.50; one month, $7; three months, 
$14; six months, $20; one year, $36. Each 
additional inch, one month, $5; three 
months, $9; six months, $15; one year, $25; 
Special positions extra. E. O. D. 2-3; twice 
a week, y 2 daily rates. Reading notices, 15 
cents a line; first page, 20 cents. Combined 
rate with Waterbury Republican, one inch, 
one month, $12; three months, $22.50; six 
months, $38; one year, $65. Solid cats re- 
quired. 

MORNING RECORD AND REPUBLI- 
CAN. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY REPUBLICAN, Thursdays. Re- 
publican. Established 1860. The Republican 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $6; claimed average circulation for 
year 1900, 7,018; weekly, $1; claimed cir- 
culation, 750; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
$1; one week, $3.50; one month, $7; three 
mouths, $14; six mouths, $20; one year, $36. 
E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates; position extra; 
nonpareil notices, 15 cents first time, 10 
cents after; by the week, 10 cents a line; 
by the month, 8 cents. Weekly, 25 cents 
an inch, per insertion. No discount for 
time or space. 

CONNECTICUT SCHOOL JOURNAL.- 
Every Thursday, except during July and 
August. Educational. Established 1896. Jour- 
nal Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed average circulation, 6,000; 
16 to 32 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 10 inches; width, 2*4 inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month, 90 cents; three months, 75 cents; 
one year, 50 cents per time, % page (3% 
inches), one time, $3.25; % page, $6; 1-3 page, 
$8; % page, $11; one page, $20. Reading 
notices, 15 cents per count line first time; 
10 cents after. 

MIDDLETOWN 

PENNY PRESS. Every evening, except 
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lished 1884. Claude B. King, publisher. Sub- 
scription, daily, $3; claimed circulation, 
6,500; 8 pages, 7 and 8 columns; length of 
columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, electrotype matter, 
daily, 80 cents an inch per time; set matter, 
% extra; 5 inches, 62% cents; 100 inches, 
26% cents an inch; 300 inches, 16 cents; 500 
inches, 12% cents per inch; lower rate on 
larger contracts. Reading notices, 10 cents 
a line. Special quotations on very large 
contracts. 

NEW HAVEN 

EVENING LEADER. Every evenfng ex- 
cept Sunday. Established 1892. Evening 
Leader Co., publishers. Subscription, $5; 
claimed circulation, 8,700; 12 and 16 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line; 
one week, 6 cents; one month, 3% cents; 
three months, 1% cents; six months and 
over, 1% cents a line, per time. Open space 
used within one year, 1,000 lines, 5 cents 
a line; 2,000 lines, 4 cents; 5,000 lines, 3 
cents; 10.000 lines, 2 cents. 10 per cent 
extra for ads. less than one inch. Position 
25 per cent extra. Classified, 1 cent a word. 
Pure reading, 25 cents per count line. 
Locals, 10 cents a line. 

, EVENING REGISTER. Every evening, 
except Sunday. SUNDAY MORNING and 
COLUMBIAN REGISTER, Thursdays. 
Democratic. Established, daily, 1840; week- 
ly, 1812. The Register Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6 (Sunday, $2); 
sworn average circulation, daily, for five 
months ending May 31, 1901, 12.108* (Sunday, 
11,193*); weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 
2,000: 12 to 16 pages (Sunday, 20 to 24; week- 
ly, 10 to 12 pages); 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
one time, $1.20; one week, $3.20; one month, 
$10; three months, $18: six months, $28: one 
year. $48. Double column, % extra; E. O. 
D.. %: two times a week, %; one time a 
week, 1-3 of regular daily rates. Open space 
used within one year. 100 inches. 75 cents 
an inch; 250 inches, 60 cents; 500 inches, 50 
cents; 1,000 inches, 45 cents: 1,500 inches, 
40 cents an inch. Classified, 1 cent a word; 
one week (7 times), 5 cents a word. Read- 
ing nonces, 15 cents per line. 500 lines or 
more in one year, 12 cents. Sunday only, 
1 inch, one time, $1.50; one month, $3.75; 
three months, $8; six months, $12; one year, 
$18. Rending notices on Sunday, same as 
daily. Weekly, per inch, one time, 50 cents; 
one month. $1.25; three months, $3; six 
months. $4.50; one year, $6. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents a line each time. 

JOURNAL AND COURIER. Every morn- 
ing, except Sunday, and CONNECTICUT 
HERALD AND JOURNAL. Thursdays. In- 
dependent Republican. Established 1766. 
Carrington Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6: estimated circulation, 
5,000; weekly, $i; estimated circulation, 1,700; 



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8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, $1.20; one week, $3.20; one month, 
$10; three months, $18; one year, $40; 2 
inches, 10 per cent discount; 4 inches, 15 per 
cent discount. Classified advertisements, 1 
cent a word each insertion. Heading no- 
tices, 15 and 25 cents. E. O. D., %; twice a 
week, y 2 daily monthly rates; weekly, 1 
inch, one time, $1; one month, $2.50; six 
mouths, $9; one year, $12. 

See advertisement on page 383. 



PALLADIUM AND NEWS. Every morn- 
ing, except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days. Independent. Established 1828. The 
Palladium Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; claimed circulation, 7,000; weekly, 
$1; circulation, 2,000; 8 to 12 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
Zy a inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
$1; one week, $3; one month, $8; three 
months, $15; one year, $36. E. O. D., 2-3 
daily rates. Discounts on 2 and 3 inches, 5 
per cent; over 3 inches, 10 per cent. Classi- 
fied, 1 cent a word. Weekly, $1 an inch first 
time, 50 cents after. Reading notices, 15 
cents a line. 

UNION. Every evening, except Sunday, 
and SUNDAY- MORNING. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1871. New Haven Union Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $3; sworn aver- 
age circulation for three months ending 
March 31, 1901, 15,209*; Sunday, $1.50; sworn 
average circulation for same period, 8,843*; 
8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, $1.40; six times, $4.37; seven times', 
including Sunday, $5; twenty-six times, 
$12.50; thirty-one times, $14; three months, 
$25; six months, $37.50; one year, $62.50; 
E. O. D., 2-3; two times a week, % of 
regular daily monthly rates. Sunday, 1 
inch, one time, $1; one month, $3; three 
months, $10; one year, $20. Open space, 
used within one year, 100 inches, 50 cents 
an inch; 250 inches, 40 cents; 500 Inches, 
35 cents; 750 inches t 30 cents; 1,000 inches, 
28 cents; 2,000 inches, or more, 25 cents an 
inch. Special position, 15 to 33 1-3 per 
cent extra. Kates for reading notices on 
application. Classified advertisements, 1 
cent a word. 

STELLA d'lTALIA. Every Saturday. 
Italian. Non-political. Established 1892. 
Paul Russo, publisher. Subscription, $2; 
estimated circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 18x23. 

Advertising rates on application. 

YALE ALUMNI WEEKLY'. Every Wed- 
nesday from October to June inclusive. 
Issued as a monthly in July, August and 
September (40 issues per year). Educa- 
tional. Established 1891. Lewis S. Welch, 
publisher. Subscription, $3; claimed aver- 
age circulation for nine months ending 
April 30, 1901, 5,665; 8 to 24 pages, 4 columns; 



CONNECTICUT 



length of columns, 13% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 
Advertising rates on application. 

MOTHERS' JOURNAL.-Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1894. James It. Boltoii & Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 5,000; 56 pages or more, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 7 inches; width, 2 1-6 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents a 
line; %-page, one time, $7.50; %-page, $15; 
full page, $25; time discounts, 10 per cent 
on three months, 15 per cent on six months, 
20 per cent on one year. Rates for reading 
notices on request. 

NEW LONDON 



out as a weekly edition.) Subscription, $6; 
claimed average circulation for year 1900, 
4,690*; weekly, $1; 8 pages, 8 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width of columns, 
2,y g inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 100 to 200 inches, 25 
cents an inch; 200 to 300 inches, 20 cents an 
inch; 300 to 500 inches, 16 cents an inch; 500 
to 1,000 inches, 12 cents an inch; 5,000 inches 
and over, 10 cents an inch. Position extra. 
Classified, 4 lines, one time, 15 cents; three 
times, 25 cents. Composition, 10 cents an 
inch extra. 



DAY. Every evening, except Sunday. Re- 
publican. Established 1881. Day Publish- 
ing Co., publishers, (Wednesday issue sent 



MORNING TELEGRAPH. Every morn- 
ing except Sunday. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1885. Telegraph Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $5; estimated circu- 
lation, 4,591; 8 pages, 7 C9lumns; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width of columns, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 100 to 200 
inches, 20 cents an inch; 200 to 300 inches, 
16 cents; 300 to 500 inches, 12 cents; 500 to 
1,000 inches, 10 cents; 5,000 inches and over, 
8 cents. One inch, one year, $31.20; each 
additional inch, $20.80. Classified, 4 lines, 3 
times, 25 cents. Composition, 10 cents an 
inch extra. 



NORWICH 

EVENING RECORD. Every evening, ex- 
cept Sunday, and COOLEY'S WEEKLY, 
Fridays. Independent. Established 1876. 
Cleworth & Pullen, proprietors, Subscrip- 
tion daily, $6; estimated circulation,3,383; 
weekly 50 cents*; estimated circulation, 3,249; 
8 pages'; 6 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
75 cents; one week, $2.25; one month, $5; 
three months, $8.50; six months, $13.75; 
one year, $24; weekly, 1 inch, one time, 75 
cents; one month. $2; three months, $4.50; 
six months', $8,25; one year, $15. Reading 
notices, minion, 10 cents per line. Local 
notices, 15 cents per line in daily, 20 cents 
in weekly; 30 cents for both daily an<J 
weekly. Daily and weekly combined, dis- 
play, 1 inch, one week $2.75; one month, 
$6.50; three months, $12.75; one year, $36. 



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CONNECTICUT 



MORNING BULLETIN Every morning, 
except Sunday, and COURIER, Tuesdays 
and Fridays. Republican. Established, 
daily, 1858; semi-weekly, 1796. Bulletin Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily, $6; claimed 
circulation, 4,400; semi-weekly, 50 cents; 
claimed circulation, 6,600; daily, 8 pages, 
semi-weekly, 12 pages, 7 columns; length of 



columns, 21% inches; width, 2^4 inches. 

vertising rates', nonpareil, daily, 
one time, $1; two times, $1.50; one week, 



. 
1 inch, 



$2.75; one month, $6; three months, $12; six 
months', $18; one year, $30; E. O. D., 2-3; two 
times a week, %; one time a week, 1-3 daily 
monthly rates. Special notices, & extra; 
minion notices, 20 cents a line; by the week, 

9 cents; by the month, 7 cents; local notices, 
25 cents a line; "wants," 5 cents a line; 
semi-weekly, 1 inch, one time, 75 cents; sub- 
sequent insertions, 40 cents; three months, 
$5; six months, $9; one year, $16. 

WATERBITRY 

AMERICAN. Every evening, except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Independent. Established 1844. 
American Printing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $8; claimed circulation, 6,- 
500; weekly, $2; claimed circulation, 3,000; 
daily, 10 and 12 pages; semi- weekly, 8 and 

10 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
2iy 2 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 10 lines, 
one time, $1; o'ie week, $2.25; one month, $6; 
three months, $12; one year, $35; E. O. D.. 
% daily monthly rates. Reading notices, 50 
per cent extra; semi-weekly, Friday edition, 



CONNECTICUT 



10 lines, one time, $1; one month, $2.50; 
three months, $5; one year, $12. All adver- 
tisements in Tuesday's edition, 50 per cent 
extra. 



REPUBLICAN. Every morning. Repub- 
lican, Established 1881. The Republican 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$6; estimated circulation, 5,600; 8 to 16 pages; 
7 columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates', one inch, one month, 
$7; three mouths, $12; six mouths, $20; one 
year, $35. Each additional inch, one month, 
$5; three months, $9; six months, $15; one 
year, $25. See Meriden, Comn., Journal for 
combination rate both papers. 

BEOBACHTER. Every Saturday. Ger- 
man. Established 1898. M. Taschenberger, 
publisher. Subscription, $1.50; 8 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

See advertisement on page 493. 

SUNDAY HERALD. Every Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established 1888. F. R. Swift, 
publisher. Subscription, $2; estimated com- 
bined circulation (Waterbury and Bridge- 
port), 40,000; 12 to 16 pages, 7 columns. 

IS-SUFS also the Bridgeport SUNDAY 
HERALD. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $3; 
six months, $36; one year, $54; 5 inches, one 
time, $12; six months, $132; one year, $222. 




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DELAWARE. 



DOVER 

DELAWARE WORKMAN. M o n t h 1 y . 
Fraternal, (A. O. U. W.) Established. 1895. 
J. Milton Davidson, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, 60 cents. Sworn circulation, 5,081; 8 
pages, 5 columns; length of columns, 18 
inches; width, 1% inches. 

Advertising rates, % cent per thousand 
circulation. 

WILMINGTON 

EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening, 
except Sunday. Republican. Established 
1888. Journal Printing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; claimed circulation, 6,271; 6 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 23-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 1% cents a line 
each insertion. No discount for time or 
space. Reading notices, 10 cents per counted 
line, brevier. 

See advertisement on page 457. 

EVERY EVENING. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and DELAWARE GAZETTE 
AN-D STATE JOURNAL, Thursdays. Inde- 
pendent Democratic. Established, daily, 
1867; weekly, 1784. Every Evening Printing 
Co., publishers'. Subscription, daily, $3; 
sworn average circulation, for three months 
ending March 31, 1901, 9,5S2*; weekly, $1; 
estimated circulation, 1,500; daily, 4, weekly, 
8 pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, first, 7 
cents; subsequent insertions, 5 cents per 
line; per month, 60 cents; 3 months, $1.50; 
6 months, $3; one year, $6. Special positions, 
20 to 50 per cent extra. First page double 
rate. Classified, same as display. E. O. D., 
60 per cent; two times a week, 45 per cent; 
one time a week, 25 per cent of daily rno>nth- 
ly rates. Locals, 15 cents per line each 
time; local brevities, 10 cents a line. 
Weekly, 25 per cent of daily rates for week, 
month, etc. 

MORNING NEWS. Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. In- 
dependent Republican. Established 1872. 
Edgar M. Hoopes, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $3; estimated circulation, 9,000; 
weekly, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 2,250; 
6 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2Vs inches. Can use matrices. 



Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, first 
time, 7 cents; subsequent insertions, 5 cents; 
one month. 50 cents; three months, $1.35; 
six mouths, $2.55; one year, $4.50 per line; 
position, 14 extra. E. O. D., 60 per cent; 
two times a week, 45 per cent; one time u 
week, 25 per cent of monthly rates. Read- 
ing notices, solid, 12 cents a line first inser- 
tion; 10 cents subsequent insertions. Read- 
ing notices, leaded, 15 cents first time, 12 
cents afterward. Weekly, 5 cents a line: 
per month, agate, 10 cents a line; solid cuts 
required. 

bee advertisement on page 366. 

REPUBLICAN. Every evening, except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Repuo- 
licau. Established 1S70. Republican Print- 
ing and Publishing Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily, $3; claimed circulation, 6,- 
300; weekly, $2; claimed circulation, 1,000; 
4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, per liu?, 7 cents', 
first time, 5 cents after; one inch, one 
month, $7; three months, $18; six months 
(or E. O. D., one year>, $30; one year, $50; 
weekly, one inch, one month, $1.25; three 
months, $3; six mouths, $5; one year, $8. 
Locals, daily or weekly 10 cents a line each 
insertion. 

DELAWARE FARM AND HOME. Every 

Thursday. Agricultural. Established 1885. 
Farm and Home Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; guaranteed average circu- 
lation. 6.000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 14 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Oan use matrices 1 . 

Advertising rates, agate, 3 cents a line. 
Discounts, 3 months, 10 per cent; 6 months, 
15 per cent; one year, 20 per cent. 

SUNDAY MORNING STAR.-Independent. 
Established 1881. Star Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed average 
circulation, for one year, ending April 7, 
1901, 7,642; 8 pages, 7 columns'; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices'. 

Advertising rates, agate 2 cents a line 
each insertion. No discount for time or 
space. First page, one time, 10 cents a line; 
4 times or longer, 5 cents' a line. 



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PATHFINDER (P. O.) 

PATHFINDEIt. Every Saturday. News 
Review. Established 1894. Pathfinder Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, for year 1900, 
29,028*; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 11% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents' a line. Pre- 
ferred positions, 15 cents. Discounts for 13 
issues, 10 per cent; 26 issues, 15 per cent; 
52 issues, 20 per cent. 

WASHINGTON 

EVENING STAR. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1852. 
Evening Star Newspaper Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $6; sworn average cir- 
culation, 32,295; 12 to 28 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2 3-16 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 1101 
Pennsylvania Avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 4 lines, 
one time, 60 cents; 1 week, $2.16; one month, 
$6.24; three months, $15.60; E. O. D., 2-3 of 
daily rates; twice a week, %; once a week, 
1-3 of daily rates. Classified, want situa- 
tions, help, etc., 1 cent a word. City items, 
20 cents per line. Local mention, 30 cents 
a line. Reading matter notices, with mark, 
75 cents per line (in agate, at foot of col- 
nine, 50 cents); cuts and special positions 
extra. Double column advertisements less* 
than 75 lines, and not less than 42 lines deep, 
2% cents a line extra. 

POST. Every morning. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1877. The Washington Post Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; Sunday, 
$1.50; claimed average circulation, daily, 
for year 1900, 27,798; Sunday, for same 
period, 38,324; 10 to 40 pages; 8, columns; 



length of columns; 21% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office Post 
Building. 



Advertising rates, daily, agate, one time, 
15 cents; Fix times, 50 cents; one mouth, 
$1.50 (including Sunday, SI. 65): three months, 
$3,75 (including Sunday, $4.50) per line. 
Classified, 4 lines, o-ne time, 50 cents; 3 
times, $1. Reading notices, 50 cents and $1 
a line. Special rates for 5,000 lines or more, 
to be used within one year. 

See advertisement on page 418. 

TIME'S. Every morning, and- every even- 
ing except Sunday, SUNDAY MORNING, 
Democratic. Established 1894. The Times 
Co., publishers. Subscription, morning, 
evening and Sunday, $6; sworn circulation, 
for year 1900, 40,723* (Sunday, 19,648*); 8, 10 
and 12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
2V/2 inches, width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. Office. Hutchins Building, D and 
10th Street, N. W. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 15 cents' a 
line, one time: 6 times, 13 cents; 26 times, 
10 cents; 52 times, 9 cents; 156 times, 7% 



cents; 312 times, 6% cents. Special rate for 
morning and evening, and morning, even- 
ing and Sunday combined. Line contracts 
on 1,000 lines, 12 cents; 2.500 lines, 9 cents; 
5,000 lines, 8 cents; 10,000 lines, 7% cents. 
Sunday only, 10 cents a line; line contracts 
for Sunday only, 1,000 lines, 5 J / 2 cents; 2,000 
lines-, 5 cent. Classified advertisements 
two cents a word first time, 1 cent a word 
for 3 or more days. Reading notices, 30 
cents (first page, 50 cents). Telegraphic 
readers, $1. 



ARMY AND NAVY REGISTER.-Every 
Saturday. Military and naval. Established 
1S70. Rideuour & Jenks, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; claimed circulation, 7,500; 20 
pages, 2 and 3 columns, width, 3 and 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, Post 
Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, narrow columns, 
25 cents a line; one mouth, 80 cents; three 
months, $2; six months, $3; one year, $5. 
Wide columns, 35 cents a line; one month, 
$1.10; three months, $2.70; six mouths, $4; 
one year, $6.70. 

CHRONICLE. Every Monday. Indepen- 
dent Republican. Family, Literary. Es- 
tablished 1861. J. Q. Thompson & Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; claimed average 
circulation, 8,920; 4 pages, 8 columns'; length 
of columns, 25 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 716 Eleventh Street, N. W. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
$1.50; one month. $4; three months, $9; six 
months, $16; one year, $26; 2 inches, one 
year, $50. Business locals!, 25 cents a line. 

COLORED AMERICAN. Every Saturday, 
Negro Republican. Established 1893. E. fo. 
Cooper, publisher. Subscription, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 15,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns 13^ inches; width, 
21-6 inches. Office, 459 C. Street, N. W. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 25 cents per nonpareil 
line. Discounts, 13 times, or 1,000 lines, 5 
per cent; 26 times, or 2.000 lints, 10 per 
cent; 52 times, or 5,000 lines, 20 per cent 

See advertisement on page 511. 

NATIONAL TRIBUNE. Every Thursday, 
A Family Weekly. Established 1877. Mc- 
Elroy, Shoppell & Andrews, publishers. 
Subscription, $1; sworn average circulation, 
for one year ending March Si, 1901, 109,922, 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21*4 
inches, width, 2V4 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 339 Pennsylvania avenue, N. W. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line 
each insertion. Reading notices, 75 cents a 
line. Discounts. 10 per cent on three months 
or 1,000 lines; 15 per cent on six months or 
2.000 lines; 20 per cent on one year or 5,000 
lines; space to. be used within one year. 

See advertisement on page 434. 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

NATIONAL, WATCHMAN. Every Thurs- 
day. Democratic. Established* 1892. Demo- 
cratic National Watchman Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 35,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 15% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 1229 Pennsylvania 
Avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
reading notices, 25 cents. 

See advertisement on page 489. 

SENTINEL. E very Saturday. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1873. Louis Schade, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $3; estimated circula- 
tion, 6,000; 4 pages, 21x27. Office, 600 F 
Street, N. W. 

Advertising rates on application. 

FEATHER. Monthly. Poultry. Estab- 
lished 1895. G. E. Howard & Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 
15,000; 32 pages, 9x12. Forms close 25th of 
preceding month. Office. S. W. coriitr 8th 
and H Streets. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
$2.10; three months, $5.36; six mouths, $10.08; 
one year, $17.64. Larger space at reduced 
rates. 

HOME MAGAZINE. Monthly. Literary. 
Established 188S. Home Magazine Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed 
minimum circulation, 150,000*; 16 to 24 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 214 inches. Forms close 15th of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 1346 Florida Avenue, 
N. W. 

Advertising rates, 75 cents per agate line. 
Reading notices, $1.50 a line. 

INVENTIVE AGE AND PATENT IN- 
DEX. Monthly. Scientific. Established 
1889. E. G. Siggers, Publisher. Subscrip- 
tion $1; claimed average circulation, 5,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12 
inches; width, 2*4 inches. Office, 918 F. 
Street, N. W. 

Advertising rates, on* inch, one time, $3; 
three months, $5; six months, $7.50; one 
year, $12. Reduced rates for larger space. 

MACHINIST JOURNAL. (Formerly of 
Chicago, 111.) Monthly. Official organ of 
railroad machinists. Sworn circulation, 
32,000. Forms close 10th of preceding month. 
Office, Corcoran Building. 

Advertising rates on application. Adver- 
tising in charge of W. N. Gates, Cleve- 
land, O. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



NATIONAL ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. Civil Service. Established 1884. 
E. J. Gray, publisher. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimed circulation, 50,000; 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 12 inches; 
width, 2Ya inches. Forms close 25th of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 908-910 Pennsylvania 
Avenue. N. W. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents per agate line. 
No discounts for time or space. 

PATENT RECORD. Monthly (formerly 
of Baltimore, Md.). Inventions. Established 
1898. Patent Record Co., publishers, bub- 
scription, $1; claimed average circulation for 
year ending March, 1901, 61,733; 24 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 13% inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice, 618 F street, N. W. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 
classified wants, 40 cents. Reading notices, 
60 cents a line. 

PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. -Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1885. People's Publishing 
House, publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
estimated circulation, 25,000; 16 pages, 11x14. 
Forms close 20th of preceding month. Office, 
619 E Street, N. W. 

Advertising rates on application. 

POSTMASTER'S ADVOCATE (The). Suc- 
cessor to The Fourth Class Postmaster. 
Monthly. Postal matters. Established 1895. 
J. William McKinley, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 30,- 
237; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 12 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. Forms close 1st day of each 
month for the issue of that month. Office, 
N. E. corner 7th and E street, N. W. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
one inch, one time, $2; 24 inches in one 
year, $1.95 an inch; 48 inches, $1.90; 72 inches, 
$1.85; 96 inches, $1.80; 120 inches, $1.75; 144 or 
more inches, $1.70 an inch. Position extra. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line each in- 
sertion. 

SPARE-TIME STUDY. Monthly. Educa- 
tional. Established 1898. National Corre- 
spondence Institute, editors and proprietors. 
Subscription, 50 cents; sworn average circu- 
lation, 25,678; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 12 inches; width, 2*4 inches. Office, 
509 Seventh street, N. W. 

Advertising rates, 15 cents a line; $2 per 
inch with discounts. Reading notices, 25 
cents a line. 



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FLORIDA. 



JACKSONVILLE 

METROPOLIS. Every evening except 
Sunday. Democratic. Established 1887. Gar- 
ter & Russell Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $5; sworn, average circulation, 
6,230; 8 and 12 pages; 6 and 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches 1 ; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
one week, $3; one month, $9; three months, 
$24; six mouths, $42; one year, $72. E. O. D., 
% of daily rates. Classified ads., 1 cent a 
word,. Locals, 20 rents' a line with liberal 
discounts. Metal cuts required. 

TIMES-UNION AND CITIZEN.-Every 
morning and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays 
and Fridays. Democratic. Established, 
daily, 1S78: weekly, 1865. Florida Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Geo. W. Wilson, editor; 
T. T. Stockton, business manager. Sub- 
scription, $10; estimated circulation, 5,000; 
semi-weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 6,000; 
8 pages (Sunday, 16 pages), 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Oan use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 
lines, one time, $1; one week, $4; one month 
(December to May $12). (May to December, 



$8) per month; one year, $5 per month. E. 
O. D. 2-3; twice a week, % daily rate. Semi- 
weekly, 10 lines, one month, $4; three 
months, $10; six months, $18; one year, $30; 
10 lines, one time, $1. 

FLORIDA MAGAZINE. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1900. G. D. Ackerly, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1; estimated, clrcula 
tiou, 5,000; 80 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 7 inches; width, 2^ inches. 

Advertising rates, $2 an inch per time; 
% page, $7; Vz page, $12; one page, $20, 
per time. Special discounts for long time 
contracts. 

See advertisement on page 495. 

LEESBURG 

FLORIDA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. 
Every Wednesday. Methodist. Established 
18S6. Josephus Anderson, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; estimated circulation, 3,040; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width. 2y s inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, 30 
cents; one month, $1; subseauent insertions, 
12 cents an inch. Reading notices, 1 cent a 
word. 




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ATHENS 

SOUTHERN FARMER.-Monthly. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1886. Southern Far- 
mer Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation, 22,000; 36 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 10 inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Forms close 5th of the month. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line; position, 
10 per cent extra; discounts, 10 per cent on 
three times, 15 per cent on six times, 25 
per cent on one year. 1 inch, one time, $2 
three times, $5.40, six times, $10.20; one year, 
$18. 

WOMAN'S WORK. Monthly. Household. 
Established 1887. T. L. Mitchell, publisher. 
Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed circula- 
tion, 50,000; 20 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13% inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. 
Forms close 25th preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 509. 

ATLANTA 

CONSTITUTION. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY. Mondays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1868. Constitution Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; claimed 
circulation. 27,904 (Sunday, 35.000); weekly, 
$1; claimed circulation, 138,000; 10 to 38 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 10 cents; 
Reading notices, 25 cents per nonpareil line. 
Discounts: 10 per cent on 39 times, or 2,000 
lines within one year; 15 per cent on 5,000 
lines; 20 per cent on 78 times; 25 per cent 
on 10,000 lines; 33 1-3 per cent on 156 times, 
or 15,000 lines. Weekly, 75 cents per agate 
line. Reading notices, $1.50 per nonpareil 
line. Discounts: 10 per cent on 13 times, 
or 500 lines within one year; 15 per cent on 
1,000 lines; 20 per cent on 26 times; 25 per 
cent on 1,500 lines; 33 1-3 per cent on one 
year, or 2,000 lines. 

JOURNAL. Every afternoon except SUB 
day, and SEMI-W'EEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Democratic. Established 1883. The 
Atlanta Journal (incorporated), proprietors. 
Subscription, daily, $5; sworn average cir- 
culation, 33.716; semi-weekly, $1; claimed cir- 
culation, 40,000; daily, 10 to 12 pages; semi- 
weekly, 8 pages; Saturday, 16 to 24 pages; 
7 columns; length of columns, 21 inches.; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 10 cents, per agate 
line (opp. Editorial or last page, 15 cents); 

6 times, 9 cents; one month, 6 cents; three 
months. 5 cents. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates. 
Open space, 1,000 lines, 10 cents a line; 2,000 
lines, 9 cents; 3,000 lines, 8 cents; 5,000 lines. 

7 cents; 7,500 lines, 6% cents; 10,000 lines, 6 



cents; 50,000 lines, 5 cents. Classified ads 
30 cents a line. Reading notices, 20, 25 and 
35 cents a line; position, % extra. Semi- 
weekly, 10 cents per line; no discount for 
time or space. Reading notices, 40 cents. 
See advertisement on page 442. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1900. Atlanta 
Daily News (Incorp.), publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $5; sworn average circulation, 15,000; 
10 to 12 pages 'Saturday, 16 to 24 pages), 7 
columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
1,000 lines within one year. 8 cents a line; 
2,500 lines, 6 cents; 4,000 lines, 5 cents; 5,000 
lines, 4 cents; 7,500 lines, 3% cents; 10,000 
lines, 2% cents a line. Classified, 1 cent 
a word each insertion. Reading notices, 20 
cents per count line, with discounts for 
250 lines and over. 

CHRISTIAN INDEX. Every Thursday. 
Baptist. Established 1821. T. P. Bell, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $2; guaranteed' circu- 
lation, 9,000; 16 pages, 5 columns; length of 
columns, 15% Inches; width, 2^ inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

JEWISH SENTIMENT.-Every Friday. 
Literary, Social and Religious, Established 
1895. Frank J. Cohen, editor. Subscription, 
$2; estimated circulation, 4,600; 20 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width. 2Vg inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one month, 
$4; three months, $11.40; six months, $2i.60; 
one year, $38.40. 2 inches, three months, 
$21.65; one year, $72.95. Special positions, 
10 per cent extra. Reading notices, 25 cents 
a line. 

NATIONAL. Every Thursday. Republi- 
can. Established 1882. Benjamin Conley, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 5,000: 8 pages, 6 columns; lengtn 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates 50 cents an inch, each 
insertion. 



SOUTHERN STAR. Every Saturday. 
Prohibition. Established 1887. Barker Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription. $1; 
estimated circulation, 7,000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19 5-8 inches; 
width, 2 3-16 inches. 

Advertising rates. 50 cents per inch each 
insertion. 

SUNNY SOUTH. Every Saturday. Lit- 
erary. Family. Established 1874. The Sunny 
South Publishing Co., publishers. Nichols 
& Holliday, Advertising Managers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; guaranteed average clr- 



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culation, 50,000; 10 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20 inches; width, 2>/4 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 
Heading notices, 50 cents a line, nonpareil. 
No discounts for time or space. 

WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. 
Every Wednesday. Official organ of the 
Methodist. Episcopal Church South. Estab- 
lished 1836. Rev. T. T. Christian, publisher. 
Subscription, $2; estimated circulation, 15,- 
000; 16 pages, 5 columns; length of columns, 
15 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a, line; 
25 per cent extra for position. Reading no- 
tices, 15 cents per count line. 

SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR AND DIXIE 
FARMER. Semi-Monthly. Agricultural. 
Established 1843. Cultivator Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circu- 
lation, 25,000; 32 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 10 inches; width, 2 1-5 inches. Can 
use matrices. Forms close 5th and 20th for 
issues 15th and 1st. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 

ALKAHEST MAGAZINE. Monthly (20th). 
Literary. Established 1896. Alkahest Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1 : 
claimed circulation, 5,000; 68 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8 inches; width, 
214 inches. Forms close 25th of preceding 
month. 

Advertising rates, one inch, per time, 
$1.50; % page, $3.50; % page, $6; one page, $10. 

See advertisement on page 499. 

DIXIE. Monthly. Industrial. Established 
1885. Southern Industrial Publishing' Co. 
(Incorp.), publishers. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 6,500; 62 pages, 9x11. 

Advertising rates on application. 

PLOWBOY AND COUNTRY FARMER. 
Monthly. Agricultural. Established 1889. 
The Plowboy Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$1; claimed circulation, 18,500; 36 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 8 days in advance. 

Advertising rates, agate, 11 cents a line; 
10, 15 and 25 per cent discount on 3, 6 and 
12 months respectively; one inch, one time, 
$1.50; 3 times, $4.05; 6 times, $7.65; one year, 
$13.50. Special position, 10 per cent extra. 
Reading notices, 20 cents an agate line. 

SOUTHERN RURALIST.-Monthly. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1893. Southern Rural- 
1st Co., publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; 
claimed circulation, 25,000; 8 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 1SV 2 inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Forms close 24th of preceding 
month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
position, 10 per cent extra. 

AUGUSTA 

CHRONICLE.-Every morning, and SKMI- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1785. Augusta Chroni- 
cle Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 



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tion, daily, $6; claimed average circulation, 
4,700 (Sunday, 6,130); semi-weekly, $1; 
claimed average circulation, 4,600; 8 to 24 
pages (weekly, .8 pages), 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20^ inches; width, 2 1 /& inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
one time, $1.20; one week, $5; one month, 
$13; three months, $34; six months, $60; one 
year, $100. E. O. D., %; two times a week, 
% daily monthly rates. Local business no- 
tices, 20 cents per line per time. Readers, 
25 cents a line. Semi-Weekly, 1 inch, one 
time, $1.20; one mouth. $4; three mouths, 
$12; six mouths, $20; one year. $34. 

See advertisement on page 475. 

HERALD. Every evening, except Sun- 
day. SUNDAY MORNING, and WEEKLY, 



Fridays. Established 1890. Herald Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $5; 
claimed circulation, 7,000 (Sunday, $1; esti- 



mated, 7,100); weekly, 30 cents; claimed cir- 
culation, 5,500: 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents a line 
with discounts, 20 to 70 per cent for 10 to 
150 insertions. Reading notices, minion, 10 
cents a line, with discounts for time. Week- 
ly, 7 cents a line with discounts for. time 
and space. Reading notices, 10 cents a line 
with discounts, 25 to 50 per cent for three 
months and one year, respectively. 

See advertisement on page 498. 

GEORGIA BAPTIST.-Every Thursday. 
Negro Baptist. Established 1880. Georgia 
Baptist Publishing Co., publishers; esti- 
mated circulation, 6,275; 8 pages, 5 columns; 
length of columns, 18 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch; one 
month, 40 cents; 3 months, 35 cents; 6 
months. 30 cents; one year, 25 cents per 
time. Readers, 10 cents a line. 

BARNESVILLE 

GEORGIA FARMER. Semi-Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1885. Georgia Farmer Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 5,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns; 20 inches; width. 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents ah inch. Read- 
ing notices, 10 cents a line. 



COLUMBUS 

ENQUIRER-SUN. Every morning, except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1828. C. I. Groover, pro- 
prietor. Subscription, daily, $8; estimated 
circulation. 4,200 (Sunday, $1.50; 4,750); week- 
ly, $1; estimated circulation, 6,000; 8 pages 
(Sunday, 12 to 20 pages); 6 columns; length, N of 
columns, 19% inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, either issue, 1 inch, one 
time, $1; subsequent insertions, 50 cents. 
Reading matter and local notices, 15 cents 
first; subsequent insertions, 10 cents per 
line. Time rates, 3 cents a line, agate: dis- 
counts, 15 per cent on three months; 25 per 
cent on six months; 33% per cent on one 
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LEDGER. Every evening except Satur- 
day and Sunday, SUNDAY MOUNING, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1886. R. W. Page & Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $5; guaranteed circula- 
tion, 3,500; weekly, $1; claimed circulation. 
1,000; daily, 8, Sunday, 14 to 16, weekly; 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents an inch for 
electrotyped matter: 20 cents an inch for 
set matter on long contracts. Short time 
rates on application. 

DAI/TON 

THE MUSIC TEACHER AND HOME 
MAGAZINE. Monthly. Music. Literary. 
Sunday School Lessons, etc. Established 
1884. The A. J. Showalter Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents; claimed average cir- 
culation, 15,000; 64 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 7 inches; width, 2*4^ inches. 
Forms close 20th preceding month. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 20 cents a 
line; $2 per inch; time discounts, 10 per 
cent on 6 months; 15 per cent on one year. 
Re-ad ing notices. 30 cents a line. 

MACON 

TELEGRAPH. Every morning and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1826. Telegraph Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $7; estimated 
circulation, 6,500 (Sunday, estimated, 7,500); 
weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 5,000; 8 
pages (Sunday, 16 pages), 6 columns; length 
of columns, 21 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time. 
$1; subsequent insertions, 50 cents: one 
week, $3.50; one month, $10; three months, 
$24; six months, $42; one year. $72. Sunday 
only, same price as weekly. Weekly, 1 inch, 



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one time, $1; one month, $3.25; three mouths, 
$8; six months, $15; one year, $26. E. O. D., 
2-3 of daily rate. Classified ads, 1 cent a 
word. Reading notices, 15 cents per non- 
pareil line, daily or weekly. 

SAVANNAH 

MORNING NEWS. Every morning, and 
NEWS, t\vice-a-week, Mondays and Thurs- 
days. Democratic. Established 1850. J. H. 
Estill, publisher. Subscription, daily, $8; 
estimated circulation, 10,000; weekly, $1; es- 
timated circulation, 9,000; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21 inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 10 cents per agate 
line. Discounts, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 and 70 per 
cent, for 10, 20, 30, 50, 100 and 150 insertions. 
Reading notices, 20 cents per line; 30 inser- 
tions, 15 cents; 100 insertions, 10 cents; 
weekly, 10 cents per line. Discounts of 
from 10 to 40 per cent. Reading notices, 20 
cents per line. 

See advertisement on page 482. 

PRESS. Every evening, except Sunday. 
Established 1891. Democratic. Pleasant A. 
Stovall, publisher. Subscription. $5; guar- 
anteed circulation, 6,800; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21 inches; width, 2 1-6 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one month, 
$10; three months, $27; six months. $48; one 
year, $84. Reduced graded rate for larger 
space. Classified- ads, 1 cent a word. Local 
notices, 10 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 397. 

MUSICAL ECHO. Monthly, Musical. Es- 
tablished 1890. New York Musical Echo 
Co.. publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated 
circulation, 12,000; 32 pages, 4 columns. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line. 



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AURORA 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesday and Fridays. 
Republican. Established., daily, 1874; semi- 
weekly, 1892. Aurora Daily News Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily. $3; sworn, aver- 
age circulation, for year 1900, 4,235; Semi- 
Weekly, $2; claimed circulation, 1,500; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width of columns, 21-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $1.60; one month, 
$4; three months, $9; six months, $15; one 
year, $24. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. Read- 
ing notices, 15 cents a line; by the week, 
40 cents a line; by the year, $10 a line. Semi- 
Weekly, 1-3 of daily rates; reading notices, 
15 cents a line; one month, 50 cents a line; 
one year, $3 a line. 

BELLEVILLE 

POST UNO ZEITUNG. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday and WEEKLY, every Thurs- 
day. German. Republican. Established 
1848. Post und Zeitung Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $5; estimated 
circulation, 1,000; weekly, $1.50; estimated 
circulation. 3,600; daily, 4 pages, weekly, 12 
pages; 6 columns. 

Advertising rates per inch, one time, 50 
cents; 4 times, $1.50: three months', $3; six 
months, $5.50; one year, $10. Two 1 inche, 
one year, $18.00; three inches, $25; four 
Inches, $30. 

BLOOMINGTON 

PANTAGRAPH. Every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Repub- 
lican. Established 1846. W. O. Davis, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, dally. $5.20; sworn av- 
erage circulation, 7,847; weekly, $1; sworn 
average circulation, 7,621; 8 to 12 pages, 7 
columns; length of c'olumns, 23% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can uso matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonparoil, daily. 1 inch, 
one time, 28 cents; one month, 24% cents: 
three months, 21 cents; six months, 17% 
cents; one year, 14 cents. Special rates 
.for E. O. D.. etc. Open space used within 
one year, 200 inches, 24^ cents an inch: 
500 inches or more, 21 cents. Position 
extra. Reading notices, 20 cents a line. 
Classified, 1 cent a word. Weekly, 40 cents 
an inch; 100 inches, 32 cents; 300 inches, 28 
cents; 500 inches, 24 cents. Reading notices, 
same as in daily. 

THE BULLETIN. Every evening except 
Saturday and Sunday, SUNDAY BULLE- 
TIN and WEEKLY; Fridays. Democratic. 
Established 1881. Braley & O'Donnell, pub- 
lishers'. Subscription. $5.20: claimed average 
circulation for year 1900, 5,489 (Sunday, 7,- 
325); weekly, $1; claimed circulation 6,112; 
8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 



umns, 19% inches; width, 2% inchea Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, one 
inch, one time, 80 cents; one week, $2.55; 
one month, $5.25; three months, $10.75; six 
months, $17.75; one year, $30. E. O. D., % 
off; twice a week, 40 per cent off; once a 
week 50 per cent off. Classified, ordinary, 
3 lines or more, 5 cents a line; personals, 
10 cents a line; matrimonial, 15 cents: medi- 
cal, etc.. 10 cents a line. Locals, 15 to 25 
cents a line; weekly, one inch, one time, 80 
cents; one month, $2; three months, $5.50; 
six months, $10.50; one year, $20; E. O. W., 
% of full rates. 



SCHOOL AND HOME EDUCATION. 
Monthly f.Tnly and August omitted). Educa- 
tional. Established 1880. Public School Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, for nine months 
ending May, 1901, 8,000: 72 pages, 2 coJumns; 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% 
Indies. Forms close on< 25th of preceding 
month. Can use matrices'. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, $3; three 
months, $8; five months, $13; ten months 
(one year), $24; 2 inches, one year, $40; one 
page, ten months (one year), $200; position, 
% extra. Reading notices, 25 cents per non- 
pareil line. 



CHAMPAIGN 

NEWS. Every evening, except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY (in two parts), Wednesday* 
and Saturdays. Republican. Established 
1890. Champaign County Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $5; estimated 
circulation, 1.300; weekly, $1.50; estimated 
circulation, 3,500: daily, 8 to 16 pages; 
weekly, 16 to 24 pagest (counting both 
parts); 7 columns: length of columns, 19%, 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, one Inch, one 
year, $14.18: 4th and 5th pages, $17.74: first 
page, $21.28; transient, one week, 100 per 
cent to pro rarta of yearly rate; one month, 
25 per cent: three months' and longer, pro- 
rata to yearly rate; classified, 5 cents a line, 
locals, 10 cents a line with discounts. 
Weekly, per inch, one year, $10.64. Both 
edition*, 50 per cent extra. Discounts on 
amount. 



CHICAGO 

ABENDPOST. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SONNTAGSPOST. Sunday morn- 
ing, German. Established 1889. The Abend- 
post Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
claimed average circulation for year 1900. 
41,578* (Sunday, 32,000); 8 pages (Sunday. 16 
pages), 7 columns; length of 'columns, 21 !4 
inches; width. 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Ofljce, 203 Fifth avenue. 



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Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Readers, 50 cents a line. Long-time rate, 
display, 5 cents a line. Sunday, 12% cents 
a line; reading notices, 75 cents a line. Long 
time rate, display, 6 cents a line. 

ARBEITER ZEITUNG. Every evening 
except Sunday; FACKEL, Sundays, and 
VORBOTK, Wednesdays. German Socialis- 
tic. Established 1876. Arbeiter Zeitung 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $3; Sunday, $2: weekly, $2; claimed 
circulation, daily, 15,000; Sunday, 24,000; 
weekly, 5,000; daily, 4 pages, weekly and 
Sunday, 8 pages; length of columns, 20 1 4 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office 45 North Clark street. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents a line either 
edition. Discounts from 10 per cent on 1,000 
lines, to 50 per cent on 10,000 lines. Classi- 
fied, 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 30 and 
50 cents a line with discounts. 

CHICAGO DAILY GAZETTE. Every 
morning. Independent. Established 1901. 
Chicago Daily Gazette Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $12; Sunday, $2; daily, 8 
pages; Sunday, 20 pages, 6 columns: length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2*4 inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 163 Washington 
street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 15 cents 
a line; Sunday, 20 cents. Turf information, 
daily, 20 cents a line; Sunday, 20 cents. 
Amusement column, daily, 20 cents a line; 
Sunday, 25 cents. 



CHRONICLE. Every morning. Democrat- 
ic. Established 1895. H. W. Seymour, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, daily, $4; claimed cir- 
culation. 63,000; Sunday, $2; claimed circula- 
tion, 98,000; daily, 12 to 16, Sunday, 40 to 48 
pages, 7 columns: length of columns, 21% 
inches; width. 2^4 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 164 and 166 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 20 cents. 
Sunday. 30 cents a line: business notices, 50 
cents; reading notices, $1 per line: discounts 
as follows: 2,500 lines or $500, 10 per cent; 
5,000 lines or $1,000, 20 per cent;- 7,500 lines 
or $1,500, 25 per cent; 10,000 lines or $2.000, 30 
per cent; 12,500 lines or $2,500, 35 per cent. 
No display ad. of less than 10 lines taken; 
position extra. On orders for insertion of 
ordinary display running one month or 
longer, an extra discount is allowed if 
payments are made on or before the 15th 
of the month following that in which the 
ads. are printed. 

See advertisement on page 446. 

DAILY NEWS. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1S76. 
Victor F. Lawson, publisher. Subscription, 
$3; sworn average circulation for four 
months ending April 30, 1901, 289.220*; from 
8 to 16 pages, 7 columns: length of columns, 
21% inches; width, 2& inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 123 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line; 
classified, 18 cents. Special notices, 40 cents. 
Business mention, 50 cents. Business topics, 
nonpareil, 75 cents. Reading matter, nonpa- 
reil, with "advt." following, $1.50 per line: 
discounts on above display, two weeks, 10 



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per cent; one month, 15 per cent; three 
months, 25 per cent; six months, 40 per cent; 
one year, 45 per cent; E. O. D., one month, 
10 per cent; three months, 15 per cent; six 
months, 25 per cent; one year, 40 per cent; 
two times a week, three months, 10 per 
cent; six months, 15 per cent; one year, 30 
per cent; once a week, six months, 10 per 
cent; one year, 25 per cent. Discounts for 
classified, two weeks, 5 per cent; one month, 
10 per cent; three months, 15 per cent; six 
months, 25 per cent; one year, 33 1-3 i'er 
cent. E. O. D., 5, 10, 15 and 25 per cent 
on 1, 3, 6 and 12 months, respectively; 2 
t. a. w., 5, 10 and 20 per cent on 3, 6 and 12 
mouths, respectively; 1 t. a. w., 5 and 15 
per cent on 6 and 12 months, respectively. 
Discounts also on amounts, if preferred; 
no special position given; one or more 
display lines subject entire advt. to display 
rate. Cuts and heavy faced type % more 
than display rate for space of same; double 
columns, not less than 50 lines deep, V\ 
xtra; triple columns, not less than 75 



lines, 



extra. 



DAILY RACING FORM. Daily except 
Sunday. Racing. Established 1894. Frank 
H. Brunnell, publisher. Subscription, $14; 
claimed average circulation for year 1900, 
18,000; 8 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 12 2-7 inches; width. 2 1-7 inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

DENNI HLASATEL. Every morning, and 
SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Bohemian Labor. Established 1891. Denni 
Hlasatel Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$5.20; semi-weekly, $2; estimated circula- 
tion, daily, 12,000; weekly, 10,000; 8 to 12 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, Ashland and 18th streets. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, $4; one month, $8; three 
months, $12; six months, $20; one year, $35; 
Reading notices, 15 cents a line. SEMI- 
WEEKLY, one inch, one time, 75 cents; 
>ne month, $2; three months, $5; six months, 
f9; one year, $15. Reading notices in semi- 
weekly, 10 cents a line. 

DE!R REPUBLIKANER. Every evening 
except Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. 
German. Republican. Established 1890. Der 
Daily Republikaner Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $3- estimated circula- 
tion, 10,000: 4 to 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Cnn use matrices. Office, southwest corner 
Fifth avenue and Washington street. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents a line. 



DROVERS JOURNAL. Every Evening 
except ounuays, SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesday 
and Friday, and WEEKLY. Thursdays'. Live 
Stock. Established 1869. Ellen F. Goodall, 
proprietor. Subscription, daily, $4; claimed 
circulation, 38,000; semi-weekly, $2; claimed 
circulation. 10,000; weeklj, Jl; claimed cir- 
culation, 7,500; 6 and 8 pages (weekly, 8 
pages), 7 columns; length of columns. 21% 
inches: width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Published at Union Stock Yards. 



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Advertising rates, daily, agate, one time, 
10 cents; discounts: 10 per cent on 1,000 
lines; 20 per cent on 2,000 lines; 30 per cent 
on 3,000 lines; 40 per cent on 4,000 lines; 50 
per cent on 5,000 lines; 60 per cent on 10,000 
lines. Reading notices, 25 cents a line first 
time; 10 cents after; semi-weekly, one time, 
7% cents; per month, 30 cents a line. One 
inch, 3 mouths, $10.92; one year, $31.50; 
weekly, one time, 7% cents; per month, 25 
cents per line; one inch, 3 months, $8.50; 
one year, $28. Reading notices as in daily. 

DZIENNIK CHICAGOSKI.-Every even- 
ing except Sunday. Polish. Democratic. 
Established 1890. Polish Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $3; claimed circu- 
lation, 9,000; 4 pages, 7 columns (Saturday, 
8 pages, 6 columns); length of columns, 
20 1-3 inches- width. 2 1-6 inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 143 West Division street. 

Advertising rates, for standing matter, 
daily, one inch, one month, $5; three 
months, $12; six months, $18; one year, 30. 
E. O. D., 60 per cent of daily rates; change- 
able ads., each issue, 3 cents per agate 
line, per time. Special position, 25 per 
cent extra. Reading notices, 10 cents a 
line. Classified ads., 1 cent a word. 

DZIDNNIK NARODOWY. Every evening 
except Sunday. Polish. Established 1899. 
Dziennik Narodowy, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; estimated circulation, 5,000; 4 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2& inches. Office, 98 W. Division 
street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, per month, $3; 
per year, $30. Open space, 50 lines, 3 cents 
a line; 100 lines, 2% cents; 300 lines, 2 cents. 
Classified, 1 cent a word. Readers, 10 cents 
a line. 

EVENING POST. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1890. 
J. C. Shaffer, publisher. Subscription, $5; 
claimed circulation, 25,000; 8 pages (Saturday 
edition, 12 pages), 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 2'/4 inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 154 Washington 
street. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 20 cents. 
300 lines, 19 cents, 500 lines, 18 cents, 1.000 
lines, 17 cents, 2,000 lines, 16 cents, 3,000 
lines, 15 cents, 5.000 lines, 14 cents, 10,000 
lines, 13 cents, 15,000 lines, 12 cents a line, 
consecutive insertions one month, 15 cents 
a line; three months, 14 cents; six mouths, 
13 cents; one year, 12 cents a line, per 
time. E. O. D., one month, 16 cents; three 
months, 15 cents: six months, 14 cents; one 
year, 13 cents; 2 t. a. w., one month, 17 
cents; one year, 14 cents; 1 t. a. w., one 
month, 18 cents; one year, 15 cents. Classi- 
fied, 15 cents; financial page, 15 cents. 
Reading matter, $1; business notices, 50 
cents. 

FREIE PRESSE. Every morning and 
ABEND-PRESSE. evening.' except Sunday; 
DAHBIM. Sundays, and WEEKLY, Tues- 
days. German. Independent. Established 
1871. German American Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, with Sunday, 
$5.20; claimed circulation, morning, 36,000; 



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evening, 15,000; Sunday (Daheim), 56.000; 
weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 25,000; 8 to 
24 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 92 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 15 cents 
per line each insertion; Sunday, ordinary, 
20 cents; reading matter, $1 per line; oO 
per cent extra for cuts or broken columns. 
Discounts: 5,000 lines, 5 per cent; 10,000 
lines, 10 per cent; 15,000 lines, 15 per cent; 
20,000 lines, 20 per cent; 30,000 lines, 30 per 
cent; 50,000 lines, 50 per cent. Weekly rates 
same as Sunday. 

See advertisement on page 454. 

HEARST'S CHICAGO AMERICAN. 

Every morning and evening except Sunday, 
and SUNDAY MORNING. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1900. W. R. Hearst, publisher. 
Subscription, 1 cent a copy; Sunday 5 cents; 
claimed circulation, 250,000 daily, Sunday. 
310,000; daily, 12 pages; Sunday, 56 to 64 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns. 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 214-216 Madison street. 

Advertising rates, daily and Sunday, 
agate. 30 cents a line: special position, 35 
and 40 cents a line. Discounts, 2% per cent 
on 52 insertions within one year, or 5,000 
lines; 5 per cent on 78 times, or 10,000 lines; 
7% per cent on 104 times, or 15.000 lines: li> 
per cent on 156 times or 20,000 lines; 12y 2 
per cent on 208 times, or 25,000 lines: 15 per 
cent on 234 times, or 30,000 lines; 17% per 
cent on 260 times, or 35,000 lines; 20 per cent 
on 312 times, or 40,000 lines. Classified ads, 
30 cents a line in evening edition, 25 cents a 
line Sundays. Morning edition only, classi- 
fied, 15 cents a line (Help and Situations 
Wanted, 10 cents). Special and business 
notices, daily or Sunday, 30 cents a line, 
with discounts. Reading notices, starred or 
marked "advt.", $1 per line, agate. Double 
column ads. must be not less than 42 lines 
deep; triple column ads, 75 lines deep. 

See advertisement on page 460. 

ILLINOIS STAATS-ZEITTJNG. Every 
morning except Sunday; DER WESTEN, 
Sundays, and WEEKLY, Mondays. Ger- 
man. Independent. Established 1848.- Illi- 
nois Staats-Zeitung Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, morning, $5: estimated circulation, 
24.000; Sunday, $2; estimated circulation, 
43,000; weekly, $2; estimated circulation, 
42.000; morning, 8 pages; Sunday, 24 pages; 
with 8-page supplement; and weekly, 12 
pages, with agricultural supplement of 4 
p.'itrf-f. 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, Corner Washington street andi Fifth 
Avenue, 

Advertising rates, morning, agate, first 
page (nothing less than full column), $40 
per column. All other pages (nothing IOSN 
than $1), 12% cents per line: classified, 10 
cents a line. Business notices, 50 cents. 
Reading notices, 75 cents per line. Cuts, 
double column and full-faced reading no- 
tices, Yil extra. Sunday, first page, 1 col- 
umn, each time, $45; other pages, 15 cents 
per line; notices, 50 cents; reading matter 
notices, 75 cents per line each insertion. 



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Weekly, 20 cents; reading matter notices, 
75 cents oer line. 

INTER - OCEAN. Every morning and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1S72. Inter-Ocean Publishing Co.. 
publishers. Subscription, daily. $4; claimed 
circulation exceeding 63,000; Sundays, ex- 
ceeding 100,000; weekly, $1; claimed circu- 
lation exceeding 115.000; 12 to 16 pages; 
Sunday. 44 to 52 pages; weekly, 12 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2 3-16 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 108-110 Monroe street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 30 cents; 
special position, 25 per cent extra; business 
notices, 75 cents a line. Reading matter, 
first page, $2.50 a line; other pages, $1 a 
line; double column advs. must be 50 lines or 
more deep. No extra charge for cuts or 
breaking column rules. Sunday, advertising 
as in daily; discounts, 10 per cent on $250; 
15 pei cent on $300: 20 per cent on $500; 25 
per cent on $1,000; 30 per cent on $1,500; 35 
per cent on $2,000; 40 per cent on $2,500. 
Agents wanted: week-days, 5; Sundays, 7 
cents a line. Weekly, ordinary, 75 cents; 
business notices, $1; nonpareil reading no- 
tices. $1.50; preferred reading articles, $2.50 
per line, each Insertion. Discounts on week- 
ly, 5 per cent on $250; 10 per cent on $500; 15 
per cent on $1,000; 20 per cent on $1,500; 25 
per cent on $2,000. 

See advertisement on back cover. 

JEWISH COURIER. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. SUNDAY MORNING, and 
CHICAGO WEEKLY. Thursdays. Hebrew. 
Established, daily, 1887; weekly, 1885. The 
Daily Jewish Courier Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $3: estimated 
circulation, 5.500; weekly, $1.50; estimated 
circulation, 8,500; 6 to 12 pages; dally, 7: 
weekly, 6 columns; length of columns, 20 
Inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 274 West 
12th street. 

Advertising rates, daily and Sunday, 1 
inch, one month, $6; thret months, $16; sis. 
months, ?30; one year, $50. Position extra. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. Weekly, % 
of daily rate. Sunday and weekly, 75 per 
cent of daily rate. 

See advertisement on page 371. 



JOURNAL. Every evening, except Sun- 
day. Republican. Established 1844. Even- 
Ing Press Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $3; claimed average circulation for 
year 1900, 82.692; 8 pages (Saturday 12), 6 
columns; length of columns, 20% Inches; 
width, 21-6 Inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 160 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, daily, per agate line, 
each insertion, 20 cents: 2 weeks, dally or 
E. O. D., 18 cents a line; one month, 16 
cents; three months, 15 cents; six months, 
14 cents; nine mouths. 13 cents; one year, 
12 cents; 2 t. a. w., one cent a line addi- 
tional; 1 t. a. w., 2 cents a line additional. 
Open space used within one year, 500 lines, 
18 cents; 1,000 lines, 17 cents; 2.000 lines, 16 
cents; 3,000 lines, 15 cents; 5,000 lines, 14 
cents; 10,000 lines, 13 cents a line. Position 
extra. Reading notices, $1 per line; 200 lines, 



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75 cents per line; classified ads, 10 cents a 
line. 
See advertisement on page 374. 

LABOR WORLD. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1898. 
Labor World Pub. Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; estimated circulation, 52,000; 8 
to 16 pages. 7 columns; length of columns, 

19 inches; width, 2 1-6 Inches. Can use ma- 
trices. Office, 176 E. Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
reading notices, $1 a line. 

LIVE STOCK WORLD. Every day except 
Sunday. Agricultural. Established Ib90. 
Halliwell & Baum Company, publishers, 
Subscription, $4; claimed circulation 10,000; 
4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 2 cents a line 
with discounts for 1,000 lines and over. Read- 
ing notices, 10 cents a line count. 

RECORD-HERALD. Every morning. In- 
dependent. Established 18oi. Chicago-Times 
Co., publishers. Subscription daily, $4; 
claimed circulation, 180,000; Sunday $1- 
claimed circulation, 170,000; 12 to 20 pages, 
(Sunday, 36 pages or more), 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2 3-16 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, Herald 
Building. 

Advertising rates, daily or Sunday, agate, 
30 cents a line; position next, reading, 35 
cents; full position, 40 cents; Wants, For 
Sale Agents, etc., classified, 15 cents a line. 
Reading matter, nonpareil, followed by 
"adv.,'J $1.50 a line; Business topics, non- 
pareil, $1 a line; Special notices, agate 40 
cents a line. Discounts; 26 times, or 500 
lines within one year, 5 per cent; 52 times, 
or 1,000 lines, 10 per cent; 104 times, or 2 000 
lines, 15 per cent; 156 times, or 5,000 lines, 

20 per cent; 208 times 22% per cent: 234 
times, or 10,000 lines, 25 per cent; 260 times, 
or 15,000 lines, 30 per cent; 312 times, or 
20,000 lines 33 1-3 per cent. Full display 
pages, per page, $500. Publishers announce- 
ments, Educational institutions, and Summer 
and Winter resorts, 20 cents per agate line. 



SKANDINAVEiN. Every morning and 
SEMI-WEEKLY, Wednesdays and Satur- 
days. Norwegian-Danish. Republican. John 
Anderson Publishing Co., publishers. Es- 
tablished, daily, 1871; weekly, 1865. Sub- 
scription, daily, $3; claimed circulation, 
18,300; Sunday. $1; claimed circulation, 18.257; 
semi-weekly, $2; claimed circulation, 45,820; 
daily 8, Sunday 16, semi-weekly, 24 pages; 
7 columns: length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
183 North Peoria street. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily 10 cents 
a line (Sunday 15 cents). Discounts, one 
week, 10 per cent, one month. 15 per cent; 
three months, 25 per cent; six months, 40 
per cent; twelve months. 50 per cent. Read- 
Ing notices, 15 cents a line. Semi-weekly, 1 
Inch, one time, $1.50; six weeks, $1.40 per 
inch, per time; six months. $1.30 per inch 



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per time. Reading notices in semi-weekly, 
50 cents a line. 
See advertisement on page 476. 

SUN. Every evening except Sunday. Es- 
tablished 1868. Ellen F. Goodall publisher. 
Subscription $3; claimed circulation, 17,310, 
4 and 6 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
23% inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Published at the Union Stock Yards. 
Issues also the DROVERS JOURNAL. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, one 
time, 10 cents; one week, 24 cents, two 
weeks, 36 cents; one month, 50 cents; three 
months, $1.40; six months, $2.69; one year, 
$5. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rate. Classified 
advertisements, 1 cent a word. Reading no- 
tices, 20 cents a line first Insertion; 10 cents 
subsequent insertions. 

SVORNOST. Every morning, DUCH 
CASU. Sundays, and AMERIKAN, Mondays 
and Thursdays. Bohemian. Independent. 
Established 1874. August Geringer, publisher. 
Subscription, daily, $3.50; Sunday, $2; semi- 
weekly, $2.50; claimed circulation, daily, 
19,580; Sunday, 23.600; semi-weekly, 40.500; 
daily, 8 pages, Sunday 16 pages, semi-weekly, 
16 to 32 pages; daily 7; Sunday and weekly, 
4 columns; length of columns, daily, 20% 
inches; Sunday, 11% inches; semi- weekly, 15 
inches; width, 2% inches. Oflice, 150 West 
Twelfth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 5 cents; 
Sunday, 6 cents; semi-weekly, 12 cents a 
ne. 

TRIBUNE. Every morning. Republican. 
Established 1847. the Tribune Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily, $4; Sunday, $2: 
claimed circulation, daily, 110.000; Sunday, 
218,000; daily, 12 to 24 Sunday. 40 to 72 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2 3-16 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, corner Madison and Dearborn streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 30 cents. 
Sundays, 40 cents; genuine salaried help 
wanted (except agents, salesmen, solicitors, 
etc.), and situations wanted, 5 cents a line, 
daily; 10 cents Sunday; all other classified 
wants, 15 cents a line. (Sunday. 25 cents). 
Business notices. 75 cents. Reading notices, 
weekday, $1; Sundays, $1.25. Cuts, breaking 
columns and specified positions, 25 per cent 
extra, two positions, 50 per cent extra. No 
charge for cuts in double-column matter 
broken. No charge for breaking columns on 
two or more full columns. Discounts for 
amounts, $300 to $500, 5 per cent; $500 to 
$1,000 10 per cent: $1.000 to $1,500. 20 per 
cent: $1.500 to $2,000. 25 per cent; $2,000 to 
$2.500, 30 per cent; 2.500 and above. 35 per 
cent. Time discounts, on 10 lines or more, 
daily, 10 per cent on three months; 20 per 
cent on six months; 30 per cent on one year. 
E. O. D., 5 per cent on three months; 10 
per cent on six months; 15 per cent on one 
year. 

KATOLIK. Every Tuesday and Friday. 
Bohemian. Roman Catholic. Established 
1893. Subscription. $2; estimated circulation. 
6,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns. 



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19% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 464 
West 18th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 2 cents line 
with discounts from 10 to 60 per cent on time 
ranging from two weeks to one year. 



ADVANCE. Every Thursday. Congrega- 
tional. Established 1867. Advance Publish- 
ing Co.. proprietors. Subscription. $2: 
claimed average circulation for one year end- 
ing March 31st, 1901, 20,975*; 32 to 48 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 1114 inches: 
width. 2 3-8 inches. Office. 215 Madison 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, one in- 
sertion (less than 100 lines) 15 cents; six 
insertions, or 100 lines. 14 cents: thirteen in- 
sertions or 250 lines. 13 cents; twenty-six 
insertions or 500 lines, 12 cents: fifty-two in- 
sertions or 1.000 lines 11 cents. Advertise- 
ments occupying less than 5 lines, charged 
one line extra. 

AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL,. Every 
Thursday. Bees. Established 1861. Geo. W. 
York & Co., publishers. Subscription. $1; 
claimed circulation, 7,000; 16 pages, 2 and 
3 columns: length of columns. 9% inches: 
width, 2% inches. Forms close Mondays. 
Office. 118 Michigan street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Discounts; 4 times, or 100 lines, 5 per cent; 
13 times, or 500 lines. 10 per cent; 26 times, 
or 1,000 lines, 20 per cent; one year, or 2,000 
lines, 30 per cent. Reading notices, 25 cents 
per count line, with discounts same as for 
display. 

AMERICAN FIELD. Every Saturday. 
Sportmanship and Travel. Established 3874. 
American Field Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $4: claimed circulation. 12.000: 
32 pages, 4 columns: length of columns, 14 
Inches: width, 2V4 inches. Office, Masonic 
Temple. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time. $2.50: 
each additional insertion, $2; three months. 
$25; six months. $40; one year. $60; Kennel 
advertisements 3 cents a word first insertion; 
each additional insertion, 2 cents a word. 

AMERICAN FLORIST. Every Saturday. 
Flower, Nursery and Seeds. Established 1885. 
American Florist Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed circulation, 6.000: 28 pages 
or more, 3 columns; length of columns. 10 
inches: width, 2% inches. Forms close 
Thursdays. Office, 324 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate. 10 cents a line: 
per Inch, $1. Discounts. 5 per cent on 6 
times; 10 per cent on 13 times: 20 per cent 
on 26 times: 30 per cent on one year. Small- 
est space, V 2 inch. 

BAPTIST UNION. Every Saturday, Bap- 
tist. Established 1890. Baptist Young Peo- 
ple's Union of America, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.00; estimated circulation, about 
30.000; 24 pages, 3 columns: length of col- 
umns, 11 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. Forms close one week in advance. 
Office, 324 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 
Reading notices, nonpareil, 50 cents a line. 



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Special position, 20 per cent extra. Dis- 
counts, 5 per cent on 250 lines, or 4 times: 

10 per cent on 500 lines, or 13 times: 20 per 
cent on 1,000 lines, or 6 months; 30 per cent 

011 2,003 lines or one year. 

BARNES, CROSBY & CO. See advertise- 
ment on page 413. 

BLADET. Every Tuesday. Swedish. Un- 
denominational. Established 1877. John 
Martenson, publisher. Subscription, $1.50; 
claimed average circulation for throe months 
ending April 19, 1901. 13,200; 8 pages, 7 col 
umns; length of columns. 21 1 /& inches; width, 
2Y 4 inches. Office, 205 Oak street. 

Advertising rates 75 cents an inch. 

BREEDER'S GAZETTE.-Every Wednes- 
day. Live Stock and Agriculture. Estab- 
lished 1881. J. H. Sanders. Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $2; sworn average 
circulation for three months ending March 
31, 1901, 47,309*; 44 to 56 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns. 13 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 358 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 100 lines or more, 
30 cents a line; less than 100 lines, 40 cents 
a line. 

See advertisement on page 389. 

CANADIAN AMERICAN. Every Satur- 
day. Established 1883. Jamison & Suther- 
land, publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated 
circulation, 10,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 358 Dearborn street. 
Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Discounts ranging from 10 per cent for 250 
lines, to 40 per cent for 2,000 lines and up- 
wards. Special position, 20 per cent extra. 
Reading notices, 25 cents per nonpareil line. 

CHAMPION OF FAIR PLAY. Every Sat- 
urday. Anti-Prohibition. Established 1889. 
R. J. Halle, publisher. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 15,000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns. Can use matrices. Office, Schiller 
Theatre Building. 

Advertising' rates, agate, 7 cents a line 
with discounts for 1,000 lines and over. 
Reading notices', 35 cents a line. 

CHRISTIAN CENTURY. Every Thurs 
day. Disciples of Christ. Established 1884. 
Christian Century Co.. publishers. Subscrip 
tion, $1.50; guaranteed circulation, 13,000; 32 
pages. 3 columns: length of columns, 10 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 358 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Ilf ading notices 15 cents a line. Discounts, 
100 lines 5 per cent; 250 lines, 10 per cent; 
500 lines, 20 per cent; 1,000 lines', 25 per cent; 
2,000 lines and upwards, 33 1-3 per cent. 

CITIZEN. Every Saturday. Established 
1882. Chicago Citizen Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription. $2: claimed circulation, 17.500: 8 
pages, 6 columns; lengtn of columns, 19% 
inches; width. 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office. 69 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents per agate line, 
with discounts. 

See advertisement on page 409. 



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CLUB FELLOW (The). Every Thursday. 
Society. Gossip, etc. Established 1898. The 
Club Fellow Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription. $3; claimed average circula- 
tion, 15,300; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 11 inches; width, 2V& inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, Auditorium Building. 

Advertising rates, on three months con- 
tract, 15 cents a line, per time; six months, 
12 cents; one year, 10 cents. 

See advertisement on page 421. 

DE NEDERLANDER. Every Friday. 
Hollandish. Republican. Established 1883. 
Netherland Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; estimated circulation, 3,000; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2>/fe inches. Office, 485 Blut 
Island avenue. 

Advertising rates on application. 



DER BEOBACHTER. Every Saturday. 
German. Republican. Established 1877. A. 
Paessler, publisher. Subscription, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 15,000; 8 to 12 pages, 7 
columns: length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 140 Clybourn ave- 
nue. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one month, $2.50; three months, $7; 
six months, $13; one year, $25. Open space 
used within one year, 500 lines, 5 cents per 
agate line: 1.000 lines. 4 cents: 2.000 lines, 
3% cents; 3,000 lines, 3 cents; 5,000 lines 2% 
cents. Reading notices, 20 cents a line, with 
discounts for 500 lines or more. 



DEUTSCHE WARTE.-Every Wednesday. 
German. Independent. Established 1874. 
German Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2; sworn circulation, 25,000; 8 
Eages, 8 columns; length of columns, 22 
iches; width, 2 inches. Office, 56 Fifth ave- 
nue. Advertising department at Milwaukee, 
Wis. 
Advertising rates on application. 

DIE RUNDSCHAU. Every Wednesday. 
German. Independent. Established 1879. 
Rundschau Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; claimed circulation, 30,000; 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 358 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents per agate line. 
Discounts, 4 times, or 150 lines, 5 per cent; 
three months, or 500 lines, 10 per cent; six 
months, or 1,000 lines, 15 per cent; one year, 
or 2,000 lines, 25 per cent. Reading notices, 
nonpareil, 30 cents a line with same dis- 
counts as display (minimum, 10 lines). Spe- 
cial position, extra; nothing taken less than 
half an inch. 



EAGLE. Every Saturday. Independent. 
Established 1889. Henry F. Donovan, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $2; claimed circulation, 
42.082; 12 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
172 Washington street. 

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ELITE. Every Saturday. Society. Estab- 
lished 1S81. Elite Co., publishers, Mary Stu- 
art Armstrong, I'res. Subscription, $4; esti- 
mated circulation 10,000; 20 pages, 3 columns; 
length of coltfinns, 9M; inches; width, 2 3-16 
inches. Office, 913 Cable Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 
Special position, 30 cents a line: 1,000 lines, 
10 cents a line. Reading notices, $1 per 
count line. 

EPWORTH HERALD. Every Saturday. 
Methodist Episcopal. Established 1890. Jen- 
nings & Pye, publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation 120.000; 24 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns. 11*4 inches'; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 57. Washington 
street. 

Advertising rates, 60 cents per agate line; 
26 times, or 1,000 to 2,000 lines within one 
year, 55 cents a line; 52 times, or 2,000 lines 
or more, 48 cents a line. Reading notices, 
$1.20 a line. Position, 10 and 20 per cent 
extra. 

ERHOLUXGSSTUNDEN. Every Satur- 
day. Literary. German. Established 1875. 
Germania Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; sworn circulation, 22.COO, 8 
pages, 5 columns; length of columns, 16 
inches; width, 2 inches. Office, 56 Fifth ave- 
nue. Advertising department at Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Advertising rates on application. 

EXPRESS. Every Saturday. Anti-monop- 
oly. Established 1823. L. 1). Raynolds. pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 17,500; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13V4 inches: width, 2% inches. Of- 
fice, 267 South Lincoln Street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 20 cents; 
reading notices, brevier, 40 cents per line. 
Discounts: 4 times, 20 per cent; 13 times, 
25 per cent; 26 times, 30 per cent; 52 times, 
40 per cent. 

FARMERS' REVIEW. Every Wednesday. 
Agricultural. Established 1877.' Hannibal H. 
Chandler & Co., publishers. Subscription. 
$1; claimed circulation. 32.500; 16 pages. 4 
columns; length of columns. 14 inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Office, 355 Dearborn 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line 
each Insertion; one month. 24 cents a line; 

3 months, 20 cents: 6 months, 18 cents; one 
year, 15 cents per line: space contract rates. 
300 lines, 25 cents: 500 lines. 20 cents: 1,000 
lines, 18 cents and so on to 5.000 1'nes at 
13 cents. Reading notices, minion, 50 cents 
per line: same discount as display. 

See advertisement on page 471. 

FARMERS' VOICE. Every Saturday. 
Markets. Farming. Established 1886. The 
Farmers' Voice Co., publishers Subscrip- 
tion, ?1; claimed circulation, 35,000; 16 pages, 

4 columns; length of columns, 13V4 inches; 
width. 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
334 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents per agate line; 
250 lines, 10 per cent discount: 500 lines. 15 
per cent; 750 lines, 20 per cent; 1,000 lines, 



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25 per cent; 2,000 lines, 30 per cent. Read- 
ing matter, 40 cents per line leaded non- 
pareil. 

FARM, FIELD, AND FIRESIDE.-Every 
Saturday. Agricultural. Established 1878. 
The Howard Company, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; sworn average circulation for 
six months ending April 30, 1901, 50,3-17*; 32 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10V 2 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 215 Madi- 
son street. Also publishes FARM. FIELD 
and FIRESIDE MONTHLY, which see. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line. 
Space discounts ranging from 1 cent a line 
on 100 lines to 12 cents a line on 2,000 lines; 
reading notices one-half extra. 



FARM IMPLEMENT NEWS. Every 
Thursday. Farm Implements Trade. Es- 
tablished 1882. E. J. Baker, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $2; guaranteed average circulation 
for year 1900, 10,587*; 44 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, Masonic 
Temple. 

Advertising rates on application. 

FOLKE-VENNEN. Every Thursday. Dam- 
ish-Norwegiau. Religious. Established 1879. 
Mortensen & Crook, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; estimated circulation, 5,000; S 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns. 19V4 
Inches?; width, 2% inches. Office, 332 Gnamd 
avenue. 

Advertising rates on application. 

FOSTERLANDET. Every Wednesday. 
Swedish. Independent. Established 1884. 
Fosterlandet Publishing Co.. publishers. 
Subscription, $1.50; estimated circulation, 16- 
000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
2H/4 inches: width, 2% inches. Can use ma- 
trices. Office, 59 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, $1 an inch. 

Sc^ f.o.ver.'isenient on page 507. 

FREE METHODIST. Every Tuesday. 
Methodist. Established 1867. S. K. J. Ches- 
bro, publisher: W. B. Rose, assistant pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1.50; claimed average 
circulation, 6.500; 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 14 inches. Office, 14-16 North 
May street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 90 
cents. Discounts, 5 per cent on one month; 
10 per cent on three months; 20 pet- cent on 
six months, 33 1-3 per cent on one year. 

GAZETA KATOLICKA. Every Thursday. 
Polish. Catholic. Established 1871. J. F. 
Smulskl & Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
estimated, circulation, 5,000: 8 pages. 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
2 3-16 inches. Office, 565 Noble street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 5 cents a line. 
Business notices, per line, 10 cents. Edi- 
torial notices, 20 cents a line. 



GAZETA POLSKA. Every Thursday, 
Polish. Independent Republican. Estab- 
lished 1873. W. Dyniewicz. publisher. Sub- 
scription, $2; estimated circulation 9,000; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 1 /fc 



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inches; width, 2V4 inches. Office, 532 Noble 
street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $2; 
one month, $4; three months, $10; six months, 
$17.50; one year, $30. Reading notices 25 
cents a line. 

GRAPHIC. Every Saturday. Illustrated. 
Family News. Established 1878. M. J. 
Kane, manager. Subscription, $4; estimated 
circulation, 45,000; 16 to 24 pages, 4 columns-' 
length of columns 13 inches; width, 2*4 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 5th ave- 
nue and Washington street. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents per agate line. 
Preferred positions, 33 1-3 per cent extra. 
Reading notices, $1 per line. 

HEMLANDET. Every Thursday. Swed- 
ish. Republican. Established 1854. A. E. 
Johnson, publisher. Subscription, $2; claimed 
circulation, 30,000, 10 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 36 N. 
Clark street. 

Advertising rates, one inch. $1.00 per time; 
medical advs. $1.25 per inch; preferred posi- 
tion, 25 per cent extra. Reading notices, 25 
cents a line. 

HORSEMAN. Every Tuesday. Horse in- 
terests. Established 1881. Chicago Horse- 
man Newspaper Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; estimated circulation. 10,000; 32 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches; width, 2*4 inches. Office,, 358 Dear- 
born street. 

Advertising rates, per inch, $3; one month, 
$10; three months. $23; six months, $36.35; 
one year, $58.35. Larger space at reduced 
rates. 

HORSE REVIEW (The). Every Tuesday. 
Sporting. Established 1889. John C. Bauer, 
publisher. Subscription, $2; estimated circu- 
lation, 16,000: 24 pages, 4 columns: length of 
columns, 12% inches; width, 2 i ^ inches. 
Office, 910-911 Masonic Temple. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $3; 
one month, $10; three months, $28.15; six 
months, $50; one year, $81.25; 2 inches, one 
time, $5.75; one month, $19.15; 3 months. $45; 
one year, $120; one page, one time, $62.50. 

INTERIOR. Every Thursday. Presby- 
terian. Established 1869. McCormick & 
Gray, publishers. Subscription, $2.50; claimed 
circulation, 31.900; 36 to 72 pages; 3 columns; 
length of columns, 11% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close one 
week in advance. Office. 69 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line 
each insertion. Specfal positions, 20 per 
cent extra. Discounts: 3 months, 10 per cent; 
6 months, 20 per cent: one year, 40 per cent; 
or for orders of $25, 10 per cent; $50, 15 per 
cent; $100, 20 per cent; $200, 25 per cent: $300. 
30 per cent: $400, 35 per cent; $500, 40 per 
cent. Reading notices, 50 cents per line. 

ISRAELITE. Every Saturday. Jewish. 
Established 1859. Leo Wise & Co.. publish- 
ers. Subscription, J2.50: guaranteed circula- 
tion, 15,325; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 



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columns, 21% inches; width. 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 320 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, 8 cents per agate line, 
reading notices, 25 cents a line; discounts, 
10 per cent on 3 months or $100; 15 per cent 
on six months or $200; 25 per cent on one 
year or $400. 

JEDNOTA. Every Friday. Bohemian, 
Independent. Established 1899. The Bohe- 
mian Catholic Printing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50: claimed average circulation, 
2.730; 8 pages. 7 columns: length of columns, 
22 inches: width, 2& inches. Office, 721 All- 
port street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one month, $2; 
three months, $5; six months, $8.50; one 
year. $15; larger space at reduced rates. 

See advertisement on page 385. 

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDI- 
CAL ASSOCIATION. Every Saturday. 
Medical. Established 1883. American Medi- 
cal Association, publishers. Subscription, $5; 
guaranteed average circulation, 21,000*; 112 
to 128 pages, 2 and 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 9% inches'; width, 3*4 inches. Forms 
close 8 days in advance. Office, 61 Market 

Advertising rates, 1-16 page, one time. $6.25; 
% page. $10; % page, $15; % page, $25; one 
page, $37.50. Card announcements, 3 col- 
umns to page, one inch, one time. $2.50; 
2 inches, $3.75. Further rates on application. 

KATHOLISCHES SONNTAGSBLATT. 
Every Sunday. German. Roman Catholic. 
Established 1880. William Kuhlmann. pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $2; claimed circulation, 
12.000; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns, 
191/4 inches; width, 3% inches. Office, 211 
Cleveland avenue. 

Advertising rates. 4 cents a line, per time. 
Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 505. 

KATHOLISCHES WOCHENBLATT. 
Every Wednesday. German. Catholic Es- 
tablished 1859. F. X. Brandecker. publisher. 
Subscription $2; estimated circulation, 5,600; 
8 pages 6 columns; length of columns. 19% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 648 Seo> 
wick street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents a line; 
business notices, 25 cents; classified adver- 
tisements, $1 per inch; one inch, one year, 
$25. 

L'AMERICA. Every Saturday. Italian. 
Established 1890. A. A. Fernandez Torre, 
editor. Subscription. $2: estimated circula- 
tion, 8,000; 4 pages, 7 columns, length of col- 
umns. 21% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
1572 North Sacramento avenue. Also pub- 
lish LA GAZZETTA ITALIANA. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month. $3; three months, $5; six months, 
$9; one year, $15. 

LA GAZZETTA ITALIANA.-Every Wed- 
nesday. Italian. Republican. Established 
1899. Gazetta Italiana Publishing Co.. pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; estimated circula 
tion, 8,000; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of 



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columns, 22 inches; width, zy s inches. Office, 
1572 North Sacramento avenue. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $3; three months, $5; six mouths, 
?9; one year, $15. 

LA TRIBUNA ITALIANA. Every Satur- 
day. Italian. Democratic. Established 189S. 
R.uga & Valerio, publishers. Subscription. 
$2; estimated circulation, 5,000; 4 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns, 23% inches; 
width 2% inches. Office, 385 S. Halstead st. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $4; three mouths, $6; six months, 
$li; one year, $18; 2 inches, one month, $5; 
three months, $10; one year, $30. Reduced 
rates for larger space. 



LE COURRIER DE L'OUEST. Every 
Friday. French. Independent. Established 
1867. Franco-American Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circu- 
lation, 15,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 321-323 New Era Building. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents an inch, per 
time. Reading notices, 2 cents a line. 

*LEDGER. Every Wednesday. Literary 
and Family. Established 1872. W. D. Boyce 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 



circulation, 250,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
ength of columns, 15 inches; width, 2% 



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inches. Can use matrices. Office, Boyce 
Building. 

Advertisements must be for the SATUR- 
DAY BLADE and LEDGER combined. Com- 
bination rates, $1.10 a line agate. 

LIETUVA. Every Friday. Lithuanian. 
Independent. Established 1893. Anton Ol- 
szewski, publisher. Subscription, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,000; 4 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns, 24 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 924 Thirty-third street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

See advertisement on page 411. 

L'lTALIA. Every Saturday. Italian. Re- 
publican. Founded 1886 by Oscar Durante, 
editor. Subscription, $2; claimed average 
circulation, 25,000; 4 pages, 7 columns; length 
of coiumns, 22 inches; width, 2^ inches. 
Office, 101 E. Harrison street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line 
each Issue; classifieds 15 cents a line. 



LITTLE CHRONICLE (The). Every 
Thursday. Juvenile. Established 1900. The 
Little Chronicle Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1.50; claimed average circula- 
tion for year ending May 31, 1901, 10,000; 
16 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 11 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close Mondays. Office, State and 
Randolph streets. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $2; 
% page, $17; % page, $30; one page, $50. 
Discounts: 3 months, 5 per cent; six 
months, 10 per cent; one year, 20 per cent. 

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LIVING CHURCH. Every Saturday. 
Episcopal. Established 1878. Young Church- 
man Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 17,000; 32 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 11^ inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close Mondays. Office, 
153 La,Salle street. Also dated at Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line 
each insertion. 1,000 lines, or 26 times, 15 
cents a line; 2,000 lines, or 52 times, 12*4 
cents a line. 

MARKETS.-Every Thursday. Agricul- 
tural and Live Stock. Established 1885. W. 
O. Hoffman, publisher. Subscription, 75 
cents; guaranteed average circulation, 23,- 
000; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
21 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 356 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line, 
with time discounts. Reading notices, 30 
cents per line. 

MIDLAND. Every Thursday. United 
Presbyterian. Established 1884. Security 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$1.50; claimed average circulation for year 
19CO, 7,000; 24 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 11*4 inches; width, 2 l /a inches. 
Office, 358 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
discounts, 10 per cent on 70 lines; 20 per 
cent on 140 lines; 25 per cent on 280 lines; 30 
per cent on 560 lines; 40 per cent on 1,120 
lines. Reading notices, 30 cents a line count. 

MISSIONS WANNEN. Every Tuesday. 
Swedish. Independent. Undenominational. 
Established 1874. Mission Friends Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1.50; 
claimed average circulation, 16,978; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns 21^ inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 144 Oak street. 

Advertising rates, $1 per inch, per time. 

NATIONAL RURAL AND FAMILY MAG- 
AZINE. Every Thursday. Live Stock and 
Agricultural. Established 1862. Rural Press 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; guaran- 
teed circulation, 32,500; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, Unity Building, 79 Dearborn 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line, 
each, insertion; 100 lines, 24 cents; 200 lines, 
23 cents; 300 lines, 22 cents; 400 lines, 21 
cents; 600 lines, 19 cents; 700 lines, 18 cents; 
800 lines, 17 cents; 900 lines, 16 cents; 1,000 
lines, 15 cents. Reading matter, % extra. 

NEW VOICE. Every Thursday. Prohibi- 
tion. Established 1884. Dickie & Wooley, 
publishers, Subscription, $1; sworn average 
circulation for one year ending April 30, 
1901, 50,211*; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13% Inches; width, 2^4 inches. 
Office, 323-327 East 55th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
no discounts for time or space. 



NEW WORLD. Every Saturday. Roman 
Catholic. Established 1892. The Catholic 
Press Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 



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claimed average circulation, 15,000; 16 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns, 17 'nches; 
width, && inches. Office, 168 Adams streel. 
Advertising rates, agate, 14 cents a line. 
Reading notices, with "adv.," 25 cents per 
agate line; discounts of 10 to 40 per cent on 
amounts ranging from $25 to $500. 

NORTHWESTERN CHRISTIAN ADVO- 
CATE. Every Wednesday. Methodist Epis- 
copal. Established 1852. Jennings & Pye, 
publishers. Subscription, $1.60; claimed cir- 
culation, 30,000; 36 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, ll 1 ^ inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 57 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line; 
discounts: 26 times, or 1,000 to 2,000 lines 
within one year, 20 per cent; 52 times, or 
2,000 lines, or more, within one year. 40 per 
cent. Special positions, 10 to 20 per cent 
extra. Reading notices, double above rates. 

NYA WECKO-POSTEN. Every Wednes- 
day. Swedish. Baptist. Established 1878. 
E. Wingren, publisher. Subscription, $1.50'; 
claimed average circulation for six mouths 
ending December 31, 1900, 10.657*; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2y inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
383 Wells street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, 75 cents; four 
insertions. 70 cents; 8 insertions, 65 cents; 
13 insertions, 60 cents; 26 insertions, 55 cents; 
one year, 50 cents per inch per time. 

ORANGE JUDD FARMER. Western Edi- 
tion of the AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST, 
New York. Every Saturday. Agricultural. 
Established 1888. Orange Judd Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $1; sworn average circu- 
lation for three months ending March 31, 
1901, 69,211*; 28 pages, 3 columns: length of 
columns, 10% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, Marquette Build- 
ing. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 40 cents; 
250 lines, 36 cents; 500 lines. 32 cents; 750 
lines, 30 cents; 1,000 lines, 28 cents. Rate 
on yearly orders, one inch or more 30 cents 
a line per time; 2 inches, 28 cents per line; 
reading notices, 80 cents. 

POSTEN. Every Thursday. Danish. In- 
dependent. Established 1881. C. Rasmus- 
sen Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; estimated circulation, 5,000; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 21-6 inches. Office, 161-163 
Randolph street. 

Advertising rates, per inch, 25 cents per 
time. 

PRAIRIE FARMER. Every Saturday. 
Agricultural. Established 1841. Rand-Mc- 
Nally & Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 25,000; 16 to 20 pages, 
4 columns; length of; columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
166-168 Adams street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 1 to 4 insertions. 

25 cents a line; 5 to 9 insertions, 22 cents 
a line; 10 to 25 insertions, 20 cents a line; 

26 to 38 insertions, 18 cents a line; 39 t6 51 
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a line, per time. Corresponding discounts 
for space. Position not guaranteed. Reaa- 
ing notices in agate, 25 cents a line; in non- 
pareil, 30 cents; in brevier, 35 cents. 

PUBLIC. Every Saturday. Jeffersonian 
Democracy. Established 1898. The Public 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation, 6,000; 16 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 9% inches; width, 
2 l / s inches. Can use matrices. Office, 1401 
Schiller Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line. 
No discounts for time or space. 

RAM'S HORN. Every Saturday. Unde- 
nominational. Independent. Established 
1890. Frederick L. Chapman & Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; guaranteed cir- 
culation, 118,000; 20 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 11 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 110 LaSalle ave. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line, 
Reading notices, $1 per line, agate; dis- 
counts, 10 ner cent on 1,000 lines or one 
year. Minimum space, 5 lines. 

REFORM . ADVOCATE. Every Saturday. 
Jewish. Established 1890. Bloch & New- 
man, publishers. Subscription, $2; claimed 
circulation 17,872; 28 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 10 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 204 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line, 
500 lines, 7 cents; 1,000 lines, 6 cents; over 
2,000 lines, 5 cents. Reading notices, Ib 
cents per count line, with discounts for SCO 
lines and over. 

SANDEBUDE T. Every Wednesday. 
Swedish. Methodist Episcopal. Established 
1862. Swedish Methodist Book Concern, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed circu- 
lation, 10,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns. 14 inches; width, 2*4l inches. 
Office, 152 Oak street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.50 per inch, 
per insertion; discount on 4 inches, 10 per 
cent; 13 inches, 20 per cent; 26 inches, 40 
per cent; 52 inches, 50 per cent. Locals, lt> 
cents a line, agate; discounts, 50 lines, 10 
per cent; 100 lines, 20 per cent; 200 lines, 40 
per cent; 400 lines, 50 per cent. 

SATURDAY BLADE. Every Saturday. 
Family reading. Illustrated. Established 
1888. W. D. Boyce Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 250,000; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2 1 A inches. Can use matrices. 
Offices, Boyce Building. 

All advertisements must be for SATUR- 
DAY BLADE and LEDGER, combined. 
Combination rate, $1.10 per line, agate. 

SATURDAY EVENING HERALD. Every 
Saturday. Established 1874. Edward Frei- 
berger, editor and publisher. Subscription, 
$2; estimated circulation, 10,000; 16 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns. 10% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 735 Fine Arts 
Building. 



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Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per 
line. Special rates on long time advertise- 
ments. 

See advertisement on page 481. 

SATURDAY NIGHT DISPATCH. Every 
Saturday. Independent. Established 1900. 
Joseph R. Dunlop, publisher. Subscription, 
$2; claimed average circulation, exceeding 
15,000; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 22 Inches; width, 23-16 inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 112 Clark street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
classified, 7 cents a line. 

SCANDIA. Every Saturday. Norwegian- 
Danish. Independent. Established 1889. 
Auton B. Lange, publisher. Subscription, 
$1; estimated circulation, 4,000; 8 pages, 5 
columns; length of columns, 16 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 122 W. Erie street. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents an inch per 
Insertion. 

SENTINEL. Every Thursday. Indepen- 
dent. Established 1878. Leonidas Connell, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 7,500; 4 pages, 18x24. Office, 1700 
Wabash avenue. 

Advertising rates, 70 cents an inch per 
time, with discount for space. 

SENTINEL OP LIBERTY. (Continuing 
the AMERICAN SENTINEL, formerly of 
New York City.) Every Thursday. Re- 
form. Established 1885. International Re- 
ligious Liberty Association, publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed average circulatou 
for three months ending March 31, 1901, 
11,167; 16 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 9% inches; width, 3% inches. Office, 
324 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 

STANDARD. Every Saturday. Baptist. 
Established 1853. Goodman & Dickerson Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $2; estimated cir- 
culation, 15,000; 32 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 11% inches; width, 2^4 inches. 
Forms close Mondays. Office, 324 Dearborn 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line, 
each insertion. Reading notices, 30 cents 
per agate line. Discounts, 10 per cent on 
500 lines; 20 per cent on 1,000 lines; 30 per 
cent on 2,000 lines. 

SVENSKA AMERIKANAREN. E very 
Tuesday. Skandinavian. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1876. Swedish-American Printing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; estimated 
circulation, 35,000; 12 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 35 South Clark street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

SVENSKA KURIREN. Every Tuesday. 
Swedish. Republican. Established 1884. 
Alex. J. Johnson, publisher. Subscription, 
$2.25; claimed circulation, 37,500; 12 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 214 inches. Office, 37 North Clark 
street. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, per time, 
10 cents. 



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SVENSKA NYHETER. (Humoristen.) 
Every Tuesday. Swedish. New*. Estab- 
lished 1890. Gus Broberg, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 23,500; 16 
to 20 pages, 5 columns; length of columns, 
16 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 69 East 
Kinzie street. 

Advertising rates, 7 cents per agate line, 
No discount for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 510. 

SVENSKA TRIBUNEiN. Every Wednes- 
day. Swedish. Republican. Established 
1869. Swedish Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2; claimed circulation, 36,000; 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
indies; width, 2W. inches. Can ude matrices. 
Office, 37 North Clark street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents per line, 
each insertion. E. O. W., 15 cents a line 
per time. Discounts; one month, or 100 
lines, 5 per cent; three months, or 500 lines, 
10 per cent; six months, or 1,000 lines, 15 
per cent; one year, or 2,000 lines-, 20 per cent. 
Reading notices, 40 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 483. 

UNION SIGNAL.-Every Thursday. Tem- 
perance. Established 1874. Woman's Tem- 
perance Publishing Association, publishers. 
Subscription, $1; estimated circulation, 72- 
000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
13 l / 2 inches; width, 2*4 inches. Office, The 
Temple. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line. 
No discount for time or space. 

UNITY. Every Thursday. Undenomina- 
tional. Established 1878. Unity Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; claimed 
circulation, 2,250; 16 to 24 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 10% inches; wid.th, 24 
inches. Office, 3939 Langley avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 16 cents a line. Discounts, 
10 per cent on 1,000 lines; 20 per cent on 
5,000 lines. 

VERDENS GANG. Every Friday. Nor- 
wegian-Danish. Independent. Established 
1878. Verdens Gang Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed 
circulation, 5,200; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2^ inches'. 
Office, 187 N. Peoria street. 

Advertising rates, per inch, 50 cents per 
time; 10, 20 and 40 per cent discount on 
one, three and twelve months, respectively. 

See advertisement on page 463. 

VEREJNS ZEITUGSTG G E R M A N I A. 
Every Saturday. Oerman. Fraternal. Es- 
tablished 1882. Subscription. $1.50; claimed 
average circulation, 11,400; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umn**; length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, Times Building. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1: 
one month, $2.50; three months, $6; one 
year, $20. 

WESTERN BRITISH AMERICAN. Every 
Saturday. Established 1887. British Ameri- 
can Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 18,500; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 Inches; width, 



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2y 8 inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 
Thursdays. Office, 358 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line. 
Reading notices, 25 cents; discounts ranging 
from 10 per cent on 250 lines, to 30 per cent 
on 2,000 lines. 

WESTERN CATHOLIC. Every Saturday. 
Roman Catholic. Established 1867. Catholic 
Publishing Co., publishers. John F. Keat- 
ing, editor. Subscription, $2; claimed aver- 
age circulation, for year 1900, 12,074; 8 pages, 
15x22. Office, 926 Opera House Block. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 60 cents a line. 

ZGODA. Every Thursday. Polish. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1880. Polish National 
Alliance, publishers. Subscription, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 12,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 15*4 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 102-304 W. Division street. 

Advertising rates, display, 25 cents BU 
inch, per time. Reading notices, 10 cents a 
line. 

ZION B A N N E R. Every Wednesday. 
Semi-Secular. Established 1901. John Alex. 
Dowie, publisher. Subscription, $1,50; 
claimed circulation, exceeding 10,000; 20 
pages, 2 and 3 columns; length of columns, 
11 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 1300 Michigan avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Discounts: one month, 5 per cent; three 
mouths', 15 per cent; six months, 25 per cent; 
one year, 40 per cent. 

COMMERCIAL POULTRY. Semi-Month- 
ly. (5th and 20th.) Poultry. Consolidation 
1900 of Geneseo, 111., Poultry Graphic; 
Tiffin, O., Inter-State Poultryman, Colum- 
bus, O., Northern Fancier and Chatham, 
N. Y., Fancier's Review. Draper Publish- 
ing and Supply Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; guaranteed average circula- 
tion from May to December 1901; 40,000*; 28 
to 36 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 
10 inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 
one week in advance. Office, 324 Dearborn 
street. Also publishes DAIRY AND 
CREAMERY and WOOL MARKETS ANOD 
SHEEP, which see. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line, 
No discount for time or space. 

DAIRY AND CREAMERY. Semi-Month- 
ly (1st and 15th). Dairy and Creamery. Es- 
tablished 1899. Draper Publishing & Sup- 
ply Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
guaranteed circulation, 27,500; 20 pagea, 3 
columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 5 days in 
advance. Office, 324 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 
Reading matter, 70 cents a line. 

HOSPODARSKE LISTY. Semi-Monthly. 
Bohemian, Agricultural. Established 1898. 
Subscription, $1; 20 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 12^ inches; width, 2^ inches, 
Office, 464 West 18th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 3 cents a line. 
Discounts; 10 per cent on one month; 15 per 
cent on three months; 20 per cent on six 



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months; 25 per cent on nine months; 33 per 
cent on one year. Reading notices, 10 cents 
per count line. 

INTELLIGENCE. S e in I - Monthly. (See 
Oak Park, 111.) 

WOOL, MARKETS AND SHEEP. Semi- 
Monthly (1st and 15th). Sheep and Live 
Stock. Established 1891. Draper Publishing 
and Supply Co., publishers. Subscription, 
50 cents; claimed average circulation, for 
year 1900, 23,504; 20 to 32 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 10 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 324 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 

ALKALOIDAL CLINIC. Monthly. Medi- 
cal. Established 1894. Dr. W. C. Abbott, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; sworn average 
circulation, 26,416; 176 pages, 2 columns; 
Itngth of columns. 8 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $5; 
three months, $14; six months, $24; one year, 
$40. Reading notices, 50 cents a line count. 

AMERICAN GRAPHIC. Monthly. Club, 
Society and Travel. Established 1882. Hunt 
& Son, publishers. Subscription, $1.50; 
claimed average circulation, 12,340, 40 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 13V& inches; 
width, 2V4, inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
92 Auditorium Building. 

Advertising rates on application. 

See advertisement on page 497. 

AMERICAN POULTRY JOURNAL.- 

Monthly. Poultry- Established 1874. Geo. 
G. Bates, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed average circulation, 30,000; 60 to 116 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 325 Dear- 
born street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $2,10; 
three months, $6,30; six months, $11.34; one 
year, $16,80. 

AMERICAN SHEEP BREEDER. Month- 
ly. Sheep and Wool interests. Established 
1883. W. W. Burch, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; guaranteed average circulation for 
1901, exceeding 20,000; 64 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns. 10 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 124 Michigan avenue. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents a line. 

AMERICAN SWINEHERD.-M o n t h 1 y. 
Stock Raising and Farming. Established 
1885. Jas. Baynes & Son, publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; guaranteed circulation, 
47,000; 52 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 10 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
323 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents per agate line, 
each insertion. Reading notices, 40 cents. 

AMERICAN YOUTH. Monthly. Indepen- 
ent. Established 1888. Frank E. Dacon, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed average 
circulation, 30,000; 16 to 32 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 62 No. 
Clark street. Also publishes CHICAGO 
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Advertising rates, one Inch, one time, $2.50; 
three months, $6.50; six months, $12; one 
year, $22. 

See advertisement on page 429. 

ARKANSAW TRAVELER. Monthly. 
Humorous. Established 1880. Arkansaw 
Traveler Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; claimed, circulation, 17,- 
000, 16 pages, 3 column^; length of columns, 
9% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, Wa- 
bash avenue and South Water street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. Special dis- 
counts for larger spaces, running .three 
months, or longer. 

ASSOCIATION MEN. Monthly, Y. M. 
C. A. Established 1875. International Com- 
mittee Y. M. C. A., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; guaranteed average circulation, 
20,000; 52 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 8 inches; width, 2 l /& inches. Forms 
close, 11 days in advance. Can use matrices. 
Office, Association Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, $2 an inch, per 
time; % page, $7.50; one page, $25. Line 
rate, 20 cents. 

BIRDS AND NATURE.-Monthly. Na- 
ture. Established 1897. A. W. Mumford, 
publisher. Subscription, $1.50; sworn aver- 
age circulation, 25,000*; 48 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 2 1 /& 
inches. Forms close 15th preceding month. 
Office, 203 Michigan avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
% page, one time, $10; l / z page, $18; one page, 
$30. Last cover page, $50; page opposite 
reading matter, $40. Discounts: three 
months, 5 per cent; six month, 10 per cent; 
10 insertions, 20 per cent. 

*BOYOE'S MONTHLY. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1897. W. D. Boyce Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; claimed, 
circulation, 1,000,000; 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 15% inches; width, 2% 
inches'. Can use matrices. Forms close 15th 
of preceding month. Office, Boyce Building. 

Advertising rates, $3 per line, agate. 

CAMPBELL'S ILLUSTRATED JOUR- 
NAL. Monthly. Literary and Family. Es- 
tablished 1890. J. B. Campbell, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; sworn circulation 100,000*; 
24 to 48 pages; 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
315 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate 50 cents a line. 

No discount for time or space. Minimum 
space. 7 lines. 

CARTER'S CLUB LIFE MONTHLY. 
Literary. Club Woman's Magazine. Es- 
tablished 1892. Dowdall & Co.. publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 20,000; 
140 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2^4 inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 18th of preceding month. 
Office, McCormick Building, 69 Dearborn 
street 

Advertising rates on application. 



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CHICAGO YOUNG PEOPLE. Monthly. 
Youth. Established 1893. Frank E. Dacons, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 30,000; 16 pages, 11x16. Office, 62 
No. Clark street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

CHILD GARDEN. Monthly. Juvenile, 
Education and Home. Established 1890. 
A. H. Proudfoot, publisher. Subscription, 
$1; claimed average circulation, 15,000; 40 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 9333 Pro- 
spect avenue. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents' per agate line; 
one Inch, $3; %-page, $10; Ms-page, $18; one 
page, $35; discounts, 5 per cent on three 
mouths; 10 per cent on six months; 20 per 
cent on one year. 

CLIMAX. Monthly. Matrimonial. Es- 
tablished 1887. Phillips P. and M. Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 15,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 19^ inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Forms close 25th of preced- 
ing month. Office, 513 Carroll avenue. 

Advertising rates, 15 cents' per agate line, 
each insertion. 

CONGREGATIONAL NEWS, Monthly. 
Congregational. Established 1887. Congre- 
gational News Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 75 cents; estimated, circulation, 5,000; 
16 pages 11x16. Office, 140 Monroe street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

CONGREGATIONAL, WORK.-(See New 
York.) 

CONKEY'S HOME JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Literary and Musical. Established 1897. 
The W. B. Conkey Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; guaranteed circulation, 
175,000 to October, 1901 (200,000 from October); 
32 to 64 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 
9% inches; width, 2^4 inches. Forms close 
on 15th of preceding month. Office, Frank- 
lin Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 80 cents a line. 

No discounts. 

See advertisement on page 393. 

CORN BELT. Monthly. Agricultural De- 
velopment. Established 1895. J. R. Griffitts, 
manager. Subscription, 25 cents; guaranteed 
minimum circulation, 20,000; 16 pages, 3 and 
4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 209 Adams street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 
No discounts. 



DEACONESS ADVOCATE. M o n t h 1 y. 
Woman's work. Established 1885. Jennings 
& Pye, publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed circulation, 26,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; wjdth of columns, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 

DRAMATIC MAGAZINE. Monthly Dra- 
matic. Musical. Established 1877. Dra- 
matic Magazine Press Association, publish- 
ers. Subscription, $3; claimed circulation, 
30,000; 128 to 160 pages, 2 columns; length of 



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columns, 8 1 A Inches; width, 2V4 inches. 
Office, Steinway Hail. Issue DRAMATIC 
QUARTERLY. Established 1889. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; 300 to 500 pages; 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8*4 inches; claimed circulation,' 
15,000. Also issues FOYEK QUARTERLY. 

Advertising rates, for monthly, 50 cents 
per agate line; %-page, $20; V 2 -page, $38; 
one page, $75. Quarterly same rate as 
monthly. 

See advertisement on page 428. 

ECHO. (See Lafayette, Ind.) 

ELLIOTT'S HOME MAGAZINE. Month- 
ly. Literary. Established 1896. Harry El- 
liott, publisher. Subscription, 25 cents; 
guaranteed circulation exceeding 50,000; 24 
to 64 pages, 2 columns:; length of columns, 
8 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, Clarkdale Station. 

Also publishers WELCOME NEWS, THE 
SANDWICH and THE CO-OPERATIVE 
MAGAZINE, with combined circulation of 
100,000. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 40 cents a Hue. All ads. 
for Home Magazine are inserted free in 
monthlies of co-operative list. 

See advertisement on page 453. 

FACTS AND FICTION. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1896. The Dominion 
Company, publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, 75,131; 16 to 52 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 2oth of preceding mouth. 
Office, 328-334 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
%-page, $37.50; one page, $70. Reading no- 
tices, Ya extra. 



FANCIER'S WORLD. Monthly (25th). 
Poultry, etc. Established 1900. F. M. Sim- 
monds, Jr., publisher. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimed circulation, 18,000; 32 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns 10 inches; 
width, 2M: inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch, per 
time. No time or space discounts. 

FARM. FIELD AND FIRESIDE. Month- 
ly. Agricultural and Horticultural. Es- 
tablished 1900. The Howard Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 
15,000; 32 to 36 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 10% inches; width, 2V4 inches. 
Office, 215 Madison street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 

FARM, FIELD AND STOCKMAN AND 
MODEL FARMER. Monthly. Agricultural. 
Established 1892, as Farm, Field and Stock- 
man, Winona, Minn. The Model. Farmer 
Co. publishers. Estimated circulation, 36,- 
000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
12 inches; width, 2% inches. Can u^e mat- 
rices. Office, 40 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
special positions, 10, 15 and 25 per cent extra. 
Reading notices, 30 cents a line. 

FINANCIAL REVIEW. Monthly. Finan- 
cial. Established 1888. The Credit Co., pub- 



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lishers. Subscription, $2; claimed circula- 
tion, 6,000; 48 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 10 inches; width, 2^ inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, Pontiac Building. 

Advertising rates, % column, six months, 
$20; one year, $40; & column, 6 mouths, 
$40; one year, $80. Business notices, brevier, 
50 cents a line. 

FINE ARTS JOURNAL.-Monthly. Art 
and Literature. Established 1890. F. J. 
Campbell, publisher. Subscription, $1.75; 
claimed circulation, 20,000; 72 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 9% inches; width, 
2^ inches. Can. use matrices. Office, Her- 
ald Building. 

Advertising rates', agate, 12 cents a line, 
Discounts: 10 per cent on three months; 
15 per cent on six months; 20 per cent on 
one year. 

FOUR O'CLOCK. Monday. Literary. 
Established 18W. Four O'clock Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed, 
average circulation, 25,000; 32 pages, 1 
doubie and 2 single columns; length of col- 
umns, 10 inchets; width (single column), 2% 
inches. Forms close 15th preceding mouth. 
Office, 334 Deartorn street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time $2; 
two inches, $3.50; ^-page, $8; %-page, $i5; 
one page, $25. Reading notices, 10 cents per 
agate line. Discounts, 10, 15 and 25 per 
cent, on 3, 6 and 12 months, respectively. 

See advertisement on page 489. 

GARDEN AND FARM. Monthly. Pub- 
lished at Chicago and Spnugneld, Ohio. 
Intensive farming, gardening, trucking, 
poultry and stock-raising. Established, 1894. 
The American Farmer Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, 50 cents; sworn minimum cir- 
culation, for one year ending April, 1901, 
60,000*; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13 inches; width, 2^4 inches. Forms 
close 25th preceding month. Office, Caxton 
Bldg. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents per agate line. 
No discounts for time or space. Reading 
notices, 45 cents a line. 

GATLING GUN (Windle's).-Monthly. In- 
dependent Democratic. Established 1898. 
C. A. Windle, publisher. Subscription, $1; 
guaranteed circulation (largely in State of 
Illinois), 15,000; 16 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 9Ms inches; width, 3% inches'. 
Can use matrices. Office, 126 Market street. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents a line. 

GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Men'a Fashions'. Literary. Established 1901. 
Wardrobe Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; 2 columns to page; length of 
columns, 8% inches; width, 3% inches. 
Office, 180-182 Monroe street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 

GREAT PICTURES. Monthly. The White 
City Art Co., publishers. Estimated circu- 
lation, 10,000; 32 pages, 1 column; length of 
column, 8% inches; width, 5 inches. Office, 
Manhattan Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a linc. 
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HEALTH HOMOEOPATHY. Monthly 
(25th). Family. Established 1900. Hahue- 
nuanu Publishing Co., pub.ishers. Subscrip- 
tion, fl; estimated circulation, 22,000; 32 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2V4 inches. Office, 70 State 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a lino. 
Discounts 5, 10, 15 and 20 per cent oil 3. 
6, 9 and 12 mouths respectively. 

See advertisement on page 440. 

HELPING HAND. M o n t h 1 y. Matri- 
monial. Established 182. Helping Hand 
Publishing Co., pub.ishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; estimated circulation, 6,000; 4 pages, 
6 columns; length of columns, 15V& inches; 
width, 214 inches'. Office, 157 Washington 
street. 

Advertising rales, agate, 20 cents a line; 
three mouths, 50 cents; six mouths, $1; one 
year, $2 per line; 10 per cent discount on 
50 lines or more. 

HOME ART. Monthly (15th). Woman's 
Handiwork. Established 1885. Home Art 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$1; sworn average circulation for six months 
ending March, 1901, 25,000*; 32 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 7% inches; width, 
2V 2 inches. Office, 422 Medinah Building, 
Jackson Boulevard. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
discount, 10 per cent on 500 lines used within 
one year, or 3 months, 5 per cent; 6 months, 
10 per cent; one year, 15 per cent. 

HOMEFOLKS. Monthly. Family. Es- 
tablished 18%. Homefolks Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; guaran- 
teed average circulation, over 75,000*; 24 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches; width, 2V4 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, Manhattan Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line; 
No discount for time or space. 

HOME LIFE.-Monthly. Family. Es- 
tablished 1892. Home Life Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 35 cents; guaran- 
teed average circulation to January, 1902, 
300,000 each issue (following nine months in 
1902, 400,000); 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13% inches; width, 2^ inches. 
Forms close 25th preceding month. Office, 
6 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 a line to 
January, 1902; then $1.50 a line. 

See advertisement on page 384. 

HOUSE BEAUTIFUL (The). Monthly. 
Decoration. Established 1896. Herbert S. 
Stone Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
claimed average circulation, 15,000; 64 to 
96 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 7% 
inches; width, 2^ inches. Office, Eldridgo 
Court. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 
Discounts 1 : 5, 10 and 20 per cent on 3, 6 and 
12 months respectively. 

HOUSEHOLD GUEST.-Monthly. Lit- 
erature. Established 1879. Household Guest 
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guaranteed circulation, 500,000; 32 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 105-7 inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Forms close 25th of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 358 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.75 a line; 
reading notices, $2.25, agate measure. 

See advertisement on page 429. 

HOUSEHOLD REALM. Monthly. Fam- 
ily. Established 1886. Household Realm 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 60,000; 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 
25th of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate. 25 cents a line; 
Vz page, $80; one page, $145. Discounts, 3 
months, 5 per cent; 6 months, 10 per cent; 
one year, 20 per cent. Reading notices, 40 
cents a line. 

ICONOCLAST (Brann's). Monthly. Free 
Lance. Established 1890. J. C. Hart, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed aver- 
age circulation for six months ending 
April 1901, 10,000; 32 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 10 inches; width, 2^4 
inches. Office, 121 LaSalle street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $4, 
three months, $8; six months, $12; one year, 
$16; 2 inches, one time, $7; three inches, $10; 
ii page, $15; % page, $25; one page, $40.' 

See advertisement on page 381. 

INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE.-Month- 
ly. Literary. Established 1896. A. T. H. 
Brower, publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 4,500; 88 pages or more; 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8 inches; width, 
2 l / 2 inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 
5th of preceding month. Office, 358 Dear- 
born street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
1 inch, one time, $1.25; % page, $2; J /4 
page, $3; % page, $5.50; one page, $10. Pre- 
ferred positions extra. 

KINDERGARTEN MAGAZINE. Month- 
ly. Educational. Established 1888. Kinder- 
garten Magazine Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; estimated circulation, 7,000; 100 
pages, 1 column; length of column, 8^ 
inches: width, 2^ inches. Office, Fine Arts 
Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line, 
1 inch, $3; with discounts of 5 per cent on 
three months. 10 per cent on six months, 20 
per cent on twelve months. 

MEDICAL STANDARD. Monthly. Med- 
ical. Established 1887. G. P. Engelhard & 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1.25; esti- 
mated circulation, 9,000; 100 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of co!umnw, 10 inches; width. 
3 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 358-362 
Dearborn rtreet. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $3; 
fhree months, $7; six months, $13.50; one 
year, $24; % column, one time, $6; % col- 
umn, $10; */& page, one time. $20; one page, 
?35. 

MIDLAND REVIEW. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1900. F. A. Battey, pub- 



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lisher. Subscription, 25 cents; estimated 
circulation, 20,000; 12 pages, 4 columns, 
length of columns, 14^ inches; width, 23-16 
inches. Forms close 26th preceding month. 
Office, Central Bank Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 30 cents a line. 

MISSION STUDIES. Monthly. Missions. 
Established 1883. Woman's Board of Mis- 
sions of the Interior, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 5,50o, 
32 pages. 7x10. Office, 59 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

MODERN WOODMAN. (See Lincoln, 
Neb.) 

NATIONAL AGENTS' HERALD.-Month- 
ly (15th). Established 1897. John Regan 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; estimated circulation, 5.000: S pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 12% inches; 
width, 2 l / 8 inches. Forms close 10th of 
month preceding date of Issue. Office, 
415-421 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate. 10 cents a line; 
1 inch, $1; discounts on large contracts. 

NATIONAL BUILDER. Monthly (10th). 

Architecture and Building. Established 

1885. Torter, Taylor & Co., publishers. 

Subscription. $2; claimed circulation, 8,500; 

28 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 12 

inches; width. 2% inches. Office, 162 Adams 

Express Building- 
Advertising rates, 1 inch, three months, 

$7; six months, $12; one year, $21; 2 inches, 

one year, $35; 3 inches, $50. 

NATIONAL FANCIER'S JOURNAL.- 
Monthly. See Hinsdale, 111. 

NICHOLS' MONTHLY. - Family. Es- 
tablished 1899. Rowell & Nichols, publish- 
ers. Subscription, 30 cents; guaranteed 
average circulation, 400,000; 16 to 24 pages, 4 
columns: length of columns. 14 inches; 
width, 2V inches. Can use matrices. Forms 
close 25th preceding month. Office, 63 
MarVet street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.50 a line per 
time. Liberal discount for y, % and full 
page spaces. 

See advertisement on page 506. 

OUR LITTLE FOLKS MAGAZINE. 

Monthly. Juvenile. Established 1878. Pub- 
lishing Association of Friends, publishers. 
Subscription, 75 cents; estimated circulation, 
9,000; 28 pages, 6x9. Office, Central Union 
B'-ock. 
Advertising rates on application. 

OUR YOUTH'S FRIEND. Monthly. 
Juvenile. Established 1888. Publishing As- 
sociation of Friends, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 8,000, 
16 pages, 8x12. Office, Central Union Block. 

Advertising rates on application. 

PEOPLE'S HEALTH J O U R N A L. 

Monthly. Hygienic. Established 1885. Peo- 
ple's Health Journal Co. (Incorp.), publish- 



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ers. Subscription, $1; estimated circulation, 
20,000; 8 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
14 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 441 
Dearborn avenue. 
Advertising rates on application. 

PROGRESS. Monthly. Literary. Educa- 
tional. Established 1895. The 'University 
Association, publishers. Subscription, $3.75; 
claimed average circulation, 21,164; 64 to 80 

Eages, 2 columns; length, of columns, 8% 
iches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 25th of preceding inoriui. 
Office, Association Building. 

Advertising rates, % page, six months, 
$56.70; one year, $100.80; 14 page, six months, 
$99.20; one year, $176.40. Further rates on 
application. 

REVIEW OF EDUCATION (formerly, 
Child Study Monthly). Monthly. Educa- 
tional. Established 1895. A. W. Mumford, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; sworn circula- 
tion, 5,000*; 64 pages. 1 column; length of 
column, 7% inches; width, 4% inches. Office, 
203 Michigan avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Discount^, 5, 10 and 20 per cent on, 3, 6 
and 10 insertions respectively. 

ROADMASTER AND FOREMAN. 
Monthly. Established 1885. B. S. Wassou 
& Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 7,500; 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 12% inches; width, 2^ 
inches. Office, S3 Jefferson street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

Advertising in charge of W. N. Gates, 
Cleveland. Ohio. 

RURAL LIFE. Monthly. Agricultural 
and Family. Established as Western Plow- 
man in 1881; changed to Rural Life, 19CO. 
G. N. Armstrong, publisher. Subscription, 
$1; estimated circulation, 23,850; 16 to 32 
pages, 2 columns'; length of columns, 8% 
inches; width, 2% inches., Can use matrices. 
Office, 225 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line. 
Discounts, 10 per cent on $250; 15 per cent on 
$500: 20 per cent on $1,000. Reading notices, 
leaded nonpareil, 50 cents a line. 

SONGS AND STORIES. Monthly. Dra- 
matic and Musical. Established 1900. Will 
Rossiter, publisher. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation, 50,000; 48 pages and 
cover, 3 columns; length of columns, 10 
inches; width, 2& inches. Forms close 10th 
of preceding month. Office, 56 Fifth ave. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 468. 

SPORTS AFIELD. Monthly. Sport and 
Natural Science. Established 1887. Sports 
Afield Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; claimed average circulation for 
year 1900, 23,167; 100 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close 15th of month preceding date 
of issue. Office, 358 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents a 
line per time. No discounts for time or 
space. 



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SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTICS. Month- 
ly. Medical. Established 18%. Psychic 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 5,000; 64 pages, 6x10. 
Office Herald Building. 
Advertising rates on application. 

THE 400. Monthly. Society and Travel. 
Established 1893. Persinger & Sullivan, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 60 cents; claimed av- 
erage circulation, 5,000; 16 to 32 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 14 inches: width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 66 
Hartford Building. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents a line. 

WESTERN COLLEGE MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. Educational. Inter-Collegiate. 
Established 1879. Western College Magazine 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 20,000; 144 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 315 Dearborn 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 25 
cents; one inch, one time, $3; % page, $10; 
% page, $18; one page, f30. 

WESTERN WORLD AND AMERICAN 
CLUB WOMAN. Monthly. Literary and 
Family. Established 1885. Western World, 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated 
circulation, 20,000; 16 to 64 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, IP/i inches; width, 2% 
inphos Forms close first of month preced- 
ing date of issue. Office, 153 LaSalle street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 

WHAT TO EAT. Monthly. Cu'inary. 
Aesthetics and Home Entertainment. Es- 
tablished 18%. The Pierce Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed cir- 
culation, 44,000; 64 to 80 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 10 inches; width, 2 l & 
Inches. Forms close 5 weeks in advance 
Office, Herald Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line 
each insertion; *4 page, $15; % page, $30; one 
page, $60. Reading notices, $1 per line each 
insertion. Preferred positions, 25 per cent 
extra. 



WOMAN'S MAGAZINE.-Monthly (25th). 
Established 1894. The Magazine Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
estimated circulation, 75,ODO; 16 pages, 4 
columns: length of columns, 13 inches; width 
2 3-16 inches. Forms close 1st of month pre- 
ceding date of issue. Office, 112 Dearborn 
street. Also Waukegan, 111. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line; 
one page, $150. 

COBDEN 

FRUIT GROWERS' JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Horticultural. Established 1883. A. M. Du- 
Bois, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed circulation, 7,000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2^ inches. 

Advertising rates. 1 inch, one time. $1.50; 
three months, $3.50; six months, $6; one 
year, $10. Further rates on application. 



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DANVILLE 

INTER STATE SCHOOL REVIEW. 
Every Wednesday. Educational. Estab- 
lished 1891. Illinois Printing Co., pub- 
lishers; subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 6,700; 16 to 24 pages, 2 and 3 columns; 
length of columns, 8V4 1 inches; width, 3% and 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $2; three months, $4; one year 
(10 times), $9. 

DECATUR 

HERALD. Every morning except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Republican. Established 1882. Herald- 
Despatch Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; sworn average circulation for yeai 
1900, 4,244; semi-weekly, $1; sworn average 
circulation, 5,188; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, 50 
cents; one week, $1.50; one month, $3; three 
months, $6.50; six months, $11; one year $20. 
Larger space at reduced rates. E. O. D., 
2-3 of daily rates. Locals, 10 cents a line. 
Semi-weekly, 2-3 of daily rate. Metal cuts 
required. 

REVIEW. Every evening except Sunday, 
SUNDAY MORNING REVIEW, and 
WEEKLY, twice a week, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days. Democratic. Established, daily, 
1879; weekly, 1868. The Review Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, J5; 
sworn average circulation for year ending 
March 31, 1901, 4,690*; (Sunday, 4,725*); 
ge circulation, 2,745*; 



weekly, $1; sworn average 

s), 
umns; length of columns, 20% inches; width, 



8 pages (Sunday, 16 pages), 6 and 7. col- 
mns; length of columns, 20% 
^ inches. 



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dvertising rates, daily, 20 cents an inch 
first insertion, 15 cents subsequent inser- 
tions. Sunday and weekly, 25 cents an Inch 
first insertion, 20 cents subsequent inser- 
tions. 

DE KALB 

AMERICAN FANCIER AND BREEDER. 
Monthly. Poultry raising. Established 
1883. Frank M. Munger, publisher. Sub- 
scription, 25 cents; claimed circulation, 10,- 
000; 12 to 20 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 9% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
3 months, 8 cents; 6 months, 6 cents; one 
year, 5 cerfts. No adv. less than $1 taken. 
Reading notices, 15 cents a line. 

DWIGHT 

BANNER (The). Monthly. Sons of Vet- 
erans. Established 1895. Wm. G. Dustin, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed 
circulation, 14,000; 16 pages, 2 columns. 

Advertising rates, $10 per inch per year. 

EAST ST. LOUIS 

JUVENILE MONTHLY.-Monthly. Ma- 
ture Youth. Established 1898. Adolph B. 
Suess, publisher. Subscription, $1; 32 pages, 



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2 columns; length of columns, 7 inches; 
width, 2% Inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 75 cents an inch, each 
Insertion. 

See advertisement on page 429. 

ELGIN 

INGLENOOK. Weekly. Dunker Church. 
Religious. Brethren Publishing House, pub- 
lishers Subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 5,000; 32 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, &V 2 inches; width, 3 inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch; three 
months, 45 cents an inch per time. 

YOUNG PEOPLE'S WEEKLY. Every 

Sunday. Young people. Established 1886. 
David C. Cook Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 75 cents; sworn average circu- 
lation, for year 1900, 232,596*; 8 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 15 inches; 
width, 2 l /2 inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 3 weeks in advance. 

Advertising rates, agate, 75 cents per line. 

No discounts for time or space. 



THE NEW CENTURY SUNDAY SCHOOL 
TEACHER. Monthly. Sunday School, Re- 
ligious. Established 1900. David C. Cook 
Publishing Co.. publishers. Subscription, 60 
cents; claimed average circulation, 35,000; 
40 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 9% 
inches; width, 2V4 inches. Forms close six 
weeks in advance. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 
No discount for time or space. 



EVANSTON 

KATIIOLISCHER JUGENDFREUND. 
Monthly. English and German. Catholic. 
Established 1876. Aug. Benz, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 20,000; 
32 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 9 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, % page, one time, $10; 
% page, $15; one page, $25. 

FREEPORT 

POULTRY TRIBUNE. Monthly. Poultry 
and Swine. Established 1895. R. R. Fisher, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; sworn 
average circulation, 11,000; 40 to 80 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 9% inches; 
width. 2% inches. Forms close 20th pre- 
ceding month. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one month, $2; 
three months, $5; six months, $9; one yeai, 
$15. Larger space at reduced rates; busi- 
ness notices, 30 cents a line. 



GALENA 

GAZETTE. Every evening, except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republi- 
can. Established, daily. 1847; weekly, 1834. 
The Galena Gazette (Incorp.), publishers. 
Subscription, daily. $5; claimed average cir- 
culation, 720; weekly, $1.50; claimed average 
circulation, 6,340; daily, 4 pages; weekly, 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
one time, 75 cents; one week, $2.50; one 
month, $4; three months, $6; six months, $9; 



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one year, $15; 3 inches, three months, $13; 
one year, $30. Editorial notices, per line, 
10 cents first; subsequent insertions, 5 
cents. Weekly, 1 inch, one time, $1.50; one 
month, $3.75; three months, $9.75; six mouths, 
$13.50; one year, $22.50; 2 inches, one year, 
$42.75; 3 inches, one year, $60.00; editorial 
notices, first, 20 cents; subsequent insertions, 
10 cents per line. 

GENESEO 

WESTERN SWINEHERD. Mon t h 1 y. 
Swine Breeders and Farmers. Established 
1888. Will Lieberknecht, manager. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 
5,000; 16 pages, 3 columns: length of columns, 
10 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 



HINSDALE 

NATIONAL FANCIER'S JOURNAL. 
Monthly. Poultry and Pet Stock. Estab- 
lished 1900. National Fancier's Journal Co.. 
publishers, J. C. Pratt, editor and man- 
ager. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated cir- 
culation, 5,000; 28 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 9% inches; width, 2yj inches. 
Chicago office, 334 Dearborn street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

JOLIET 

NEWS. Every evening, except Sunday 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1877. The News Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $2.60; guaranteed aver- 
age circulation for one year ending April 
30, 1901, 6,242*; weekly, $1; guaranteed aver- 
age circulation, 2,350; 4 to 20 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns. 20 inches; width, 
ZYft inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, first insertion, per inch, 
75 cents; subsequent insertion, 50 cents per 
inch; space contracts, SO Inches' at 40 cents 
per inch; 100 inches at 35 cents per inch; 
further discounts on application. Reading 
matter, minion, 20 cents per count line; 200 
lines at 15 cents per line; 500 lines at 12 
cents per line; WEEKLY, 40 cents per Inch; 
50 inches, 25 cents per inch; 100 inches, 20 
cents an inch. Reading notices, 10 cents per 
count line; 500 lines, 8 cents; discount of 
10 per cent on all advs wholly electrotyped. 

REPUBLICAN. Every evening, except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. " Republi- 
can. Established 1847. Joliet Republican 
Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$2.60; sworn average circulation for year 
1900. 5.817*; weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 
1,800; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches: width, 21-6 inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

NATIONAL STOCK YARDS 

DAILY NATIONAL LIVE STOCK RE- 
PORTER. Every afternoon except Sunday. 
Live stock. Established 1890. Reporter Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; 
claimed average circulation, 7,500: 4 pages, 7 
columns: length of columns, 18^ inches; 
width, 2^ inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 4 cents a 
line; classified, per count line, 8 cents. 



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Reading notices, 15 cents per count line; 
first page; 25 cents a line. 

NATIONAL FARMER AND STOCK 
GROWER. Monthly. See St. Louis, Mo. 

OAK PARK 

WEEK'S CURRENT. Every Saturday. 
Independent. Established 1883. E. O. Vaile, 
publisher. Subscription, $1.25; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 15,000; 16 pages, 3 columns: 
length of columns, 10 Inches; width, 21-6 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 Inch, one time, $1; 
discounts, 20 per cent on three months; 35 
per cent on six months; 50 per cent on one 
year. Reading notices, 10 cents per agate 
line. 

See advertisement on page 513. 

INTELLIGENCE. Semi-Monthly (1st and 
15th) except July and August. Educational. 
Established 1880. E. O. Vaile, publisher. 
Subscription, $1.50; claimed circulation, 
12,000; 40 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 10 Inches; width, 21-6 Inches. Forms 
close 10 days In advance. 

Advertising rates, agate, 1 inch, one time, 
$1.25; 3 inches, or more, $1 per Inch: dis- 
counts, 10 per cent on three month's; 20 per 
cent on six months: 30 per cent on one year; 
reading notices, 10 cents a line, agate 
measure. 

See advertisement on page 513. 

STAR MONTHLY. Family. Established 
1894. Hunter Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents: guaranteed circula- 
tion, 100.000: 32 paces, 3 columns: length of 
columns, 9% inches; width, 2% Inches. 
Forms close 15th of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate. 50 cents a line; 
no time discounts; reading notices same 
rate; measured agate. 

PEKIN 

ANCHOR AND SHIELD. Monthly. Es- 
tablished ISSn. Anchor and Shield Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, 60 cents; 
sworn average circu'attbn, for year 1900, 
20.317*: 8 pages, 4 columns: length of col- 
umns, 14 Inches: wid>th, 2 1-6 inches. Forms 
close 22d preceding month. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 per Inch; no dis- 
counts. 

PEORIA 

DKMOKRAT. Every evening except Sun- 
day and WEEKLY, Thursday. German. 
Independent Democratic. Established 1860. 
B. Cremer & Bros., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily. $5: estimated circulation. 2.500: 
weekly. $2; estimated circulation, 5.200; 4 
^ages, 8 and 9 columns: length of columns, 
24 mches: width, 2 3-16 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily. 1 Inch, one 
month, $6: three months, $15; ix months, 
$24. Weekly, one Inch, three months, $8. 

EVENING STAR. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING STAR, 
Sundays. Established 1897. Peoria Star Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $2.60; with 



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Sunday, $3.64; sworn average circulation, 
daily, for year 1900, 15,799; Sunday, for 
same period, 8.375*; 8 to 12 pages ( Sunday. 
16 to 24), 7 columns: length of columns, 20V& 
Inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 
Advertising rates, either edition, agate, 

7 cents a line; 1,000 lines, 5 cents; 2.000 lines, 
4% cents; 3.000 lines, 4 cents: 5.000 lines, 
3y 2 cents; 10,000 lines. 3 cents; 15.000 lines, or 
more, 2% cents a line; position extra. 
Classified, 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 
25 cents to $1 a line. 

See advertisement on page 486. 

HERALD-TRANSCRIPT. Every morning 
r.nd WEEKLY, Thursday. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1889. Herald Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6: weekly. $1; 
claimed circulation, daily, 7,621 (Sunday. 
5.621): weekly. 2.200; daily and weekly, 8 
pages. Sunday, 16 to 24 pages, 7 columns: 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% 
Inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 Inch, daily, one time, 
$1; 500 to 1.000 inches in 12 months, 30 cents 
an inch; 1.000 to 2,000 inches. 25 cents an 
Inch. Weekly rates same as dally; reading 
notices, 25 cents a line. 

JOURNAL. Every evening except Sunday, 
SUNDAY morning and WEEKLY. Thurs- 
days. Established 1877. The Journal Co.. 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $6: claimed 
circulation, daily. 12.000 (Sunday. $1; 7.000); 
weekly, 75 cents; claimed circulation. 6.800; 

8 pages (Sunday and weekly 16), 8 columns; 
length of columns, 20% mcnes; width, 2% 
Inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, one Inch, one 
time. $1; one week, $3 one month, $9; three 
months. $21; six months. XS6: one year. 
$62.50. E O. D.. 3 months. $12.60: one year, 
$37.50. Classified. 1 cent a word. Sunday, 
$1 an Inch; one inch, three months, $10; one 
year, $30. Special positions. 25 per cent 
extra. Weekly, 75 cents an inch, one time; 
1 inch, one year, $15. Combined rates, daily, 
Sunday and weekly. 10 per cent discount. 
Reading nonces, 20 cents a line, with liberal 
discounts. 

See advertisement on page 386. 

LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN'S MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. Ilustrated. Established 187<5. 
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; sworn average cir- 
culation for four months ending April, 1901, 
44.510*: 160 to 192 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches: width, 214 Inches. 
Forms close 15th preceding month. 

Advertising rates, per Inch, $4.75; "% page, 
$17: one page. $52. Discount of 25 per cent 
on yearly orders. 

QUINCY 

HERALD. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1835. Quincy Herald Co.. publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $5.20: claimed cir- 
culation. 6.200: weekly. $1: estimated circu- 
lation, 4,000; 8 pages, 7 columns: length of 
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Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, 75 cents; one week, $3: one month, 
$6; three months, $12; six months, $20; one 
year, *>0. B. O. D., 94 daily monthly rates. 
Reading notices, 15. 20 and 25 cents per line; 
special positions, 15 to 25 per cent addition- 
al. Weekly rates, same as daily, per week, 
month, etc. For both daily and weekly, 
one and one-half daily rates. 

JOURNAL,. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Independent. Established 1883. Jour- 
nal Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $5; sworn average circulation for six 
months ending December 31, 1900, 11.581*; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
Inches; wi,.th, 2^ inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents a line; 
13 insertions, 5 cents; 26 insertions, 4 cents; 
51 Insertions, 3 cents; Io4 insertions, 2V& 
cents; 156 or more insertions, 2 cents a line, 
per time. Open space used within one 
year, less than 500 lines. 6 cents a line; 
500 to 1,000 lines, 5 cents; 1,000 to 2,000 lines, 

4 cents; 2,000 to 4,000 lines, 3 cents; 4,000 
to 6,000 lines, 2% cents; 6.000 lines, or more, 
2 cents a line. Imitation style reading, 
1,000 inches, or more, in one year, 2 J / cents 
a line. Pure reading, 25 cents a line; solid 
nonpareil, 15 cents a line, with discounts 
for 100 lines and over. Classified, 1 cent a 
word first time; Vz cent a word each sub- 
sequent consecutive insertion. 

See advertisement on page 417. 

WHIG. Every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. 
Established 1838. The Whig Company, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $5; sworn cir- 
culation, 6,875; weekly, $1; sworn circulation, 
7,455; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 22 inches; width. 2*4 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, one 
inch, one time, 50 cents; subsequent inser- 
tions, per inch, 40 cents. Space rates, with- 
in one year, per inch, 50 inches. 40 cenW; 
100 inches, 35 cents; 200 inches, 32 cents.; 300 
inches, 30 cents; 400 inches, 27 cents; 500 
inches, 25 cents; 1,000 inches, 22 cents; 2,500 
inches, 20 cents. Reading notices, brevier, 
count line, for space used within a year, 100 
lines, 25 cents; 200 lines, 22 cents; 500 lines, 
20 cents; 1,000 lines, 15 cents; 50 per cenb 
discount on reading notices running one 
month or longer without change. Classified, 

5 cents a line per week. Special positions, 
20 and 25 per cent extra. Weekly and Sun- 
day, same as daily. 

See advertisement on page 386. 

FARMERS' CALL,. Every Thiirsdar. 
Agricultural. Established 1880. John M. 
Stahl, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed average circulation for nine months 
ending March 31, 1901, 52,077; 16 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 11 inches; 
width, 2 1 / i inches. Forms close Tuesdays. 

Advertising rates. 15 cents per agate line. 
Reading notices, $3 per inch. Position for 
display advs., 20 per cent extra. No discount 
for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 465. 

LIVE STOCK JOURNAL (formerly West- 
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nal). Every Thursday. Agricultural. Es- 
tablished 1868. T. Butterworth, proprietor 
and publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 25,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13 inches; width, 2*4 
inches. Also dated at Chicago, 111. 

Advertising rates, $3 per inch each inser- 
tion. 

See advertisement on page 439. 

POULTRY KEEPER. -Monthly. Esti- 
ated circulation, 15,000; 20 pages. 
Advertising rates, $1.60 per inch with time 



mated circulation, 15,000; 20 pages. 

ig rates, $1.60 per ii 
and space discounts. 

RELIABLE POULTRY JOURNAL. 
Monthly. Poultry. Established 1894. The 
Reliable Poultry Journal Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; guaran- 
teed average circulation for 1901 exceeding 
40,000*; 80 to 132 pages, 3 columns: length of 
columns, 9% inches; width, 2 1-3 inches. 
Frms close 25th of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line; 
10 per cent discount, on four months; 20 
per cent on eight months; 33 1-3 per cent on 
one year. Reading notices, 50 cents a line. 

ROCKFORD 

MORNING STAR. Every morning except 
Monday, and STAR, Mondays and Thurs- 
days. Democratic. Established, daily, 1888; 
Semi-Weeklv. 1868. Star Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $5.20: sworn av- 
erage circulation, 4,500; semi-weekly, $1; av- 
erage circulation, 5,000; daily, 8; Sunday. 12 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20% 
inches; width, 2^ inches. 

Advertising rates, daily or semi-weeltly. 
100 inches to be used within one year, 22 
cents an inch; 200 inches, 21 cents; 300 
inches, 20 cents; 500 inches, 19 cents; 1.000 
inches, 18 cents. Sunday, only. 10 per cent 
additional; position, extra. Classified, % 
cent a word. Reading notices, 15 cents a 
line; by the week, 75 cents; by the month, 
$2.50. 



REGISTER GAZETTE. Every evening 
except Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tues- 
days and Fridays. Republican. Established 
1840. Register Gazette Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $3; sworn average circula- 
tion for three months end.ing April 30, 
1901. 4.711; semi-weekly, $1: sworn average 
circulation for same period, 7,044*; 8 to 12 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 23-16 incnee. 

Advertising rates, daily, transient, per 
inch, per time. 25 cents: 100 inches. 22 cents 
an inch; 200 inches, 21 cents; 300 inches, 

20 cents; 500 inches, 19 cents: 1.000 inches, 
18 cents; 1.500 inches. 17 cents: 2,000 inches, 
16 cents. Regular ads of uniform size run 
consecutively (or 3 times a week), and total 
any of above aggregates in inches. 25 per 
cent discount from prices quoted above. 
Classified, 25 words or less, one time, 25 
cents; one week, $1. Reading notices, 15 
cents a line. Semi-Weekly, transients 30 
cents an inch, per time: 100 inches, 25 cents 
an inch; 200 inches, 24 cents; 300 inches, 
23 cents; 500 inches, 22 cents; 1,000 Inches, 

21 cents. 

See advertisement on page 488. 



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ILLINOIS 



ROCKFORDS-POSTEN. Every Friday. 
Swedish. Republican. Established 1889. 
Rockfords-Posten Publishing and Printing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed 
average circulation, 5,100; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21* inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

ROCK ISLAND 

AUGUSTANA. Every Thursday. Swedish. 
Lutheran. Established 1854. Lutheran 
Augustana Book Concern, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.75; claimed average circulation, 
12,876*; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 1314 inches; width, 214 inches. 

Also publishers UNGDOMSVANNEN, AU- 
GUSTANA THEOLOGICAL QUARTERLY, 
AUGUSTANA JOURNAL, OLIVE LEAF, 
BAJRNENS TIDNING, and KORSBANER- 
ET. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.25; 
one month, $4.50; three months, $13; six 
months, $19; one year, $32. Reading notices, 
15 cents a line. 

SPRINGFIELD 

EVENING NEWS. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays 
and Fridays. Republican. Established 1878. 
Subscription, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 
6,317; semi-weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 
1,800; 8 to 16 pages, 7 and 8 columns; length 
of columns, 21^| inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $2.52; one month, 
$6.50; three months. $14.82; six months, 
$26.52; one year, $46.80; 500 lines, 3 cents a 
line; 1,000 lines, 2% cents; 5,000 lines, 2 
cents; 10,000 lines, 1% cents. Local notices, 
15 cents a line, count. Classified ads, one 
time, 1 cent a word; per month, $1 a line. 
Semi-Vveeklv 1 inch, one month, $1.20; three 
months, $2.60; six months, $4.42; one year, 
$7.80. 

ILLINOIS STATE JOURNAL.-E v e r y 

morning, and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays 
and Fridays. Republican. Established 1831. 
Illinois State Journal Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 5,- 
200; Sunday, $2; claimed circulation, 5.000; 
semi-weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 4,975; 
8 pages. Sunday (16), 8 columns; length of 
columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, 45 cents; one week, 30 cents; one 
month, 20 cents; three months, 13 cents; 
six months, 11 cents; one year, 10 cents per 
inch, per time. Special rates for E. O. D., 
etc., and for space of 3 inches and over. 
Open space, 100 inches, 30 cents an inch; 
1,000 Inches, 25 cents. Classified, 6 cents a 
line; one week. 4 cents: one month, 2 
cents a line per time. Local notices, per 
line, 12 cents. Semi-Weekly, 1, t. a. w., 45 



cents an inch; 2 t. a. w., 40 cents, with 
discounts for time and space. 

ILLINOIS STATE REGISTER. E v e r y 
morning, and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays 
and Thursdays, and WEEKLY, Fridays. 
Democratic. Established 1836. H. W. Clen- 
denin, editor; Thos. Rees, manager. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6; claimed circulation, 
5,150; semi- weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 
3,250 (weekly, 1,500); 8 pages, 7 and 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20^ inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, *>ne time, 
45 cents; one week, 30 cents; one month, 20 
cents; three months, 13 cents; six months, 
11 cents; one year, 10 cents each insertion. 
Semi- Weekly, one time, 45 cents; one month, 
27 cents; three months, 17 cents; six months, 
15 cents; one year, 13 cents each time. 
Weekly, one time. 45 cents; one month, 30 
cents; three months, 20 cents; one year, 15 
cents. Twice a week in daily same as semi- 
weekly; once a week in daily or semi-weekly 
same as weekly. Discounts on larger spaces. 
Reading notices. 12 cents a line; one week, 
8 cents; one month, 6 cents, if run without 
change of copy. 

STAATS-WOCHENBLATT. Every Fri- 
day. German. Independent. Established 
1878. B. F. Sexaner, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion. $2: estimated circulation. 5.000; 12 
pages, 7 columns: length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents an inch each 
insertion; yearly rate, 15 cents an inch, per 
time. 

FARM HOME. Monthly. Agricultural. 
Established 1894. Charles F. Mills, publish- 
er. Subscription, $1; sworn average circula- 
tion for one year ending April, 1901, 25,600*; 
20 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 1&& 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line, 
each insertion. No discounts for time or 
space: small ads of 5 lines or less, $1 per 
insertion. 

TAYLORVILLE 

SCHOOL NEWS AND PRACTICAL EDU- 
CATOR. Monthlv. Established 1887. C. 
M. Parker, publisher. Subscription, $1.25; 
claimed average circulation for year 1900, 
18,051*; 36 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 8 inches: width, 3 inches. Forms 
close 15th of preceding month. 

Advertising rates. 1 inch, $2 one time; 
two months, $3; three months, $4.50; six 
months, $8.55; one year, $14.85; 2 inches, 
one time, $3: three months, $8.55: one year, 
$27.35: 3 inches, one time, $4.50: three 
months. $11.SO; one year, $42.50. Reading no- 
tices, 15 cents a line, agate; position, 14 
extra. 

WAUKEGAN 

WOMAN'S MAGAZINE.-(See Chicago.) 



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DERBY 

GAME BIRD. Monthly. Poultry. Estab- 
lished 1892. Alex W. Cummings, Published. 
Subscription, 25 cents; claimed average cir- 
culation, for year 1900, 5,782; 64 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, 2 l / 2 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates on application. 

ELKHART 

MENNONITISCHE RUNDSCHAU. Every 
Wednesday. German, non-political. Estab- 
lished, 1878. Mennonite Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 5,000; 8 pages, 5 columns; length 
of columns, 16% inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 
Also publishes AMERICAN FARM, month- 
ly, and YOUNG PEOPLE'S PAPER, 
monthly. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line. 
Reading Notices, 15 cents a line; position, 
25 per cent extra. Minimum charge, $1. 
Discount, 5 per cent on $5; 10 per cent on 
$10; 15 per cent on $25; 20 per cent on $50; 
25 per cent on $75, and ove.r. Rate for 
American Farmer and Young Peop'e's 
paper, 5 cents an agate line each paper. 

EVANSVILLE 

COURIER. Every morning, and SEMI- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1845. Murphy, Carroll 
& Roosa, publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$6; sworn average circulation, 9,640; semi- 
weekly, $1; sworn average circulation, 9.806; 
daily 8, pages; semi-weekly, 16 pages; Sun- 
day, 16 to 20 pages, 7 columns: length of 
columns, 19% inches; width, 2 l / s inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line; 
104 timPS, 2 cents; 156 times, or more, 1% 
cents per line, per time. Specified positions 
extra. Open space, 5.000 lines, 2 cents; 10,000 
lines. 1% cents. Classified, 5 cents a line. 
Reading notices. 10 cents a lino, with dis- 
counts for 100 lines or more. Semi-Week- 
ly, 4 cents a line; 26 times, 3 cents; 52 times, 
2 cents; 104 times, 1 cent per line per time. 
Corresponding space rates. 

See advertisement on page 386. 

D E M O K R A T. Every morning except 
Monday. SUNDAY MORNING and SEMI- 
WEEKLY. Tuesdays and Fridays. Ger- 
man. Independent. Established 1864. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6; claimed circulation, 
3.950; Sunday, 4,375; semi-weekly, $2; 
claimed circulation, 7,800; daily, 8; Sunday 
and weekly. 16 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 21-12 inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates. 9 lines, one time. 90 
cents; one week, $2.40; one month. $5.20; 
three months, $10.14; six months, $17.16; one 
year, $31.20. Reading notices. 12 cents a 
line with discounts; classified. 10 cents a 



line, with discounts for three or more 
times. Semi- Weekly, 9 lines, one time, $1; 
one year, $16. Sunday, 9 lines, one time, 50 
cents; one year, $16.00. 

EVANSVILLE JOURNAL-NEWS. Every 

evening except Sunday. JOURNAL-NEWS, 
Sunday morning, Republican. Established 
Journal, 1S31; News, 1892. The Journal-News 



Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; sworn 
si 

pa 
pages), 7 columns; length of columns, 21 



. . , 

average circulation for six months, ending 
March 31, 1901, 11,581*; 8 pages, (Sunday 16 



inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Advertising rates, daily or Sunday, agate, 
1,000 lines to be used within a year, 3 cents 
a line; 2,000 lines, 2% cents; 3,000 lines, 21-5 
cents; 5,000 lines, 1 4-5 cents. Time rates: 
less than 6 times, 3% cents a line; 6 times, 
3 J /i cents; one month, 2% cents; three 
months, 2 cents; six months and over, 1% 
cents a line per time. No adv. taken less 
than 7 lines. Special positions, 10 and 20 
per cent extra. Classified, 5 cents a line, 
nonpareil; one week, 4 cents; one month, 3 
cents. Reading notices, 500 lines to be used 
within a year, 10 cents a line; 1,000 lines, 9 
cents; 2,000 lines, 8 cents; 5,000 lines, 5 cents. 



HOOSIER, A. O. U. W., WATCHMAN. 
Monthlv A. O. U. W. Established, 1894. 
Walter A. Legeman, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; claimed average circulation 
for year, 1900, 8,200; 8 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13% inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch, per 
time. 

FORT WAYNE 

FREIE PRESSE. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Ger- 
man. Independent. Established 1888. Fort 
Wayne Freie Presse Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $3; claimed circulation, 
1,900; weekly, $1.50; claimed circulation, 
2,000; daily, 4; Saturday and weekly, 8 pages, 
8 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
year, $24; weekly, $12; one month, 20 per 
cent of yearly rate; three months. 40 per 
cent; six months, 70 per cent. E. O. D., 2-3 
daily rates. Classified, 5 cents a line. Read- 
ing notices, daily or weekly, 6 cents a line. 

JOURNAL-GAZETTE. E very morning, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. 
Established, daily Journal, 1882; weekly 
Journal, 1SR8; daily and weekly Gazette, 
1863; consolidated 1899. Journal Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $4.80; guaran- 
teed circulation, 5,000*; weekly, $1; guaran- 
teed circulation, 5.500*; 8 to 16 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 22% inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. 



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Advertising rates, one inch, one time. 50 
cents; one week, (7 times), $1.75; one month, 
$4.50; three months, $12; six months, $22; 
one year, $36. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates. 
Sunday only, per inch, one time, 60 cents; 
one month, $1.75; three months, $4.50; six 
months, $8; one year, $15. Reading notices, 
brevier, 8 cents a line each time. Classified, 
1 cent a word. Weekly, same rate as Sunday. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Es- 
tablished, daily, 1874; weekly, 1881. W. D. 
Page, publisher. Subscription, daily, $4.50; 
estimated circulation. 3,500; weekly, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 1,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2%, 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates on application. 

SENTINEL. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Demo- 
cratic. Established, daily, 1860; weekly, 
1833. E. A. K. Hackett, publisher. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5.20; sworn circulation, 
6,254; weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 4,000, 
8 pages (Saturdays and weekly, 16 pages), 
7 columns; length of columns, 20% inches; 
width, 2^: inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, 50 cents; one week, $1.50; one 
month, $4; three months, $11; six months", 
$19; one year, $36. Reading notices, 10 and 
15 cents a line. Weekly, one inch, one time, 
25 cents. 

GOSHEN 

THE COOKING CLUB. Monthly. House- 
hold. Established 1895. Cooking Club Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; guaranteed average circulation, for 
year 1901, 23,500*; 40 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 9% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 382. 



HUNTINGTON 

FARMERS' QUID E. Every Saturday. 
Agricultural, live stock. Established 1888. 
Guide Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 60 cents; guaranteed circulation, 25,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 
Tuesdays. 

Advertising rates, 15 cents per agate line; 
discounts, three months, 5 per cent; six 
mouths, 10 per cent; one year, 20 per cent; 
or space discounts; 250 lines, 10 per cent; 
500 lines, 15 per cent; 750 lines, 20 per cent; 
1,000 lines, 25 per cent; 2,000 lines, 30 per 
cent. Reading notices, 25 cents a line, 
count, subject to above discounts. Mini- 
mum space 5 lines. 

EVENING LAMP.-Monthly, Literary. 
Established 1900, Ben F. Biliter, publisher. 
Subscription, 25 cents; claimed average cir- 
culation for four months ending March, 1901, 
35,000*; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13 inches; width, 2 3-16 inches; forms 
close 15th preceding month. 



INDIANA 



Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line 
nside pages; 12 cents a line outside; 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 373. 

INDIANAPOLIS 

INDIANA TRIBUNE. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. 
German. Independent Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1876. Tribune Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $3; claimed circu- 
lation, daily, 5,950; Sunday, $2; claimed cir- 
culation, 7,525; 8 pages (Sunday 12 to 16 
pages); daily, 6; Sunday 7 columns; length 
of columns, daily, 22; Sunday, 24 inches; 
width, 2% inches Office, 18 S. Alabama st. 

Advertising rate*?, daily, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one mouth, $5; three months, 
$12; six months, $20; one year, $30. Sunday, 
one inch, one time, 50 cents; one month, 
$1.50; three months, $5; six months, $8; 
one year, $14. E. O. D., in daily, 2-3 daily 
rates. Classified, 50 cents a line. Reading 
notices 10 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 451. 

JOURNAL. E very morning, and IN- 
DIANA STATE JOURNAL, Wednesdays. 
Republican. Established 1823. Journal 
Newspaper Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily (including Sunday), $7; sworn average 
circulation for six months ending March 16, 
1901, 21,306*; weekly, $1; sworn circulation, 
5,376; Sunday, $2; sworn average circula- 
tion for same period as daily, 13,025*; 8 
pages (Sunday, 16 or more), 7 columns; 
kngth of columns', 21% inches; width. 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, Circle 
street. 

Advertising rates, daily, 5 cents per agate 
line; yearly rate, 3% cents (Sunday, 6& 
cents), open space used within one year, 
2,500 lines, 6 cents a line; 5,000 lines, 5% 
cents; 7.500 lines 5% cents; 10,000 lines, 5 
cents; 12,500 lines, 4% cents; 15,000 lines, 4 
cents a line. Reading notices. 10 to 25 cents 
per line in any issue. Classified, 5 cents a 
line. Position extra. Weekly, 3% cents a 
line per time. Readers, 15 cents a line. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1869. Indianapo- 
lis News Co., publishers. Subscription, $5; 
sworn average circulation, for three months 
ending March 31st, 1901, 53.132*; 12 to. 24 
pages; 8 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width. 2% inches. Can use malt- 
rices. Office, 32 W. Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, per in- 
sertion, one time, 14 cents; one week, 11 
cents; one month, 9% cents; three months, 
8% cents: six months, 7% cents; one year, 
7 cents; E. O. D., one week, 12% cents; one 
month, 10% cents; three months, 9 cents; 
six months, 8% cents; one year, 7% cents; 
two times a week, one month, 11 cents; 
three months, 10 cents ;one year, S% cents. 
Open space used within one year, 1,000 lines, 
12 cents a line; 2.000 lines. 11 cents; 3,000 
lines, 10 cents; 5.000 lines, 9% cents; 10,000 
lines, 8% cents. Special positions, 1-5 to "1-3 
more. Classified, 1 cent a word. Reading 
notices, 25 cents a line; 300 lines, 18 cents; 
500 lines, 15 cents; preceded by pure read- 



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ing, 50 cents a line; 100 lines, 40 cents; 500 
lines, 35 cents; 1,000 lines, 30 cents a line. 

SENTINEL. Every morning, and INDI- 
ANA STATE SENTINEL (Weekly), Wed- 
nesdays 1 . Democratic. Established 1822. In- 
dianapolis Sentinel Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily (including 1 Sunday), $8; esti- 
mated circulation, 25,000; Sunday, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 25,000; weekly, 50 cents; 
guaranteed circulation, 104,400; 8 pages, 7 
columns; (Sunday, 20 to 32, Weekly, 8 pages); 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 27-33 N. 
Illinois street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 10 cents'. 
Open space used within one year, 1,000 lines, 
8% cents a line; 2,000 lines, 8 cents; 3,000 
lines, 7 cents; 5,000 lines, 6 cents; 10,000 
lines, 5 cents; 15,000 lines, 4 cents a line; 
special positions, 10 to 25 per cent extra. 
Reading notices, agate, 25 cents a> line; 
nonpareil, 30 cents; minion, 35 cents, with 
discounts for 250 lines and over. Classified, 

1 cent a word; Weekly, per line, 25 cents; 
500 lines, 2% per cent discount; 1,000 lines, 
5 per cent; 1,500 lines, 7% per cent; 2,000 
lines, 10 per cent; 2.5CO lin<>s, 12% per cent; 
3,000 lines, 15 per cent; 3,500 lines, 17% per 
cent; 4,000 lines, 20 per cent; 4.500 lines, 
22% per cent; 5,000 lines, 25 per cent. Po- 
sition, 10 to 25 per cent extra. Reading no- 
tices, per count line, agate, 50 cents a line; 
nonpareil, 75 cents; minion, $1. Classified, 

2 cents a word. 

SUN. Every evening except Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established 1888. Sun Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $3; sworn circulation, 
18,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 inches; width, 2V4 inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 125 E. Ohio street, 

Advertising rates, agate, one time 10 
cents; one month, 7 cents; 52 times within 
one year, 5 cents a line; 104 times, 4% cents; 
156 times*, 4 cents; 312 times, 3% cents. One 
inch, daily, one year, $152.88; e. o. d., $87.36. 
Reading matter, 25 cents a line, with dis- 
counts. Classified ads, % cent a word. 

See advertisement on page 406. 

AMERICAN TRIBUNE. Every Thurs- 
day. Family weekly. Established 1880. 
American Tribune Co., Publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 30,000; .8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches'; width, 2% inches. Office 29 Fitz- 
gerald Building. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents per agate line, 
each insertion. Pure reading, 20 cents a 
line, per time. 

BAPTIST OUTLOOK. Every Thursday. 
Baptist. Established 1881. Indiana Baptist 
Publishing Co.. publishers. Subscription, 
$1.75; claimed circulation, 13,700; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 13 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 69 Baldwin block. 

Advertising rates, 15 cents per agate line. 
Discounts, three months, or thirteen times, 
25 per cent; six months, or twenty-six 
times, 331-3 per cent; one year, or fifty-two 
times, 40 per cent. Bulk contracts, 1,000 
lines, 25 per cent; 2,000 lines 33 1-3 per cent, 
3,000 lines, 40 per cent. 



INDIANA 



FREEMAN. Every Saturday. Negro. 
Established 1888. Geo. L. Knox & Son, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1.50; guaranteed 
average circulation, 27,360*; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Office, 309 Indiana avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line; 
1,000 lines and over at reduced rates. Spec- 
ial position, 25 per cent extra. Local no- 
tices, 10 cents a line. 

INDIANA FARMER. Every Saturday. 
Agricultural. Established 1845. Indiana 
Farmer Co., Publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation, 28,700; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 14 inches; widith, 
2% inches. Office, 30%-36% N. Delaware st. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line; 
100 lines, 22 cents; 250 lines, 20 cents; 500 
lines, 18 cents; 1,000 lines, 16 cents; 2,000 
lines 14 cents; 3,500 lines and over, 12 cents. 
Reading notices', leaded agate, 40 cents a 
line. 

INDIANA WEEKLY. Every Saturday. 
Illustrated. Literary. Established 1895. The 
Indiana Weekly Co., Publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; estimated circulation, 6,000; 16 
pages 4 columns; length of columns, 13% 
inches; width, 21-6 inches. Office, Baldwin 
Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
one month, 9% cents; three months, 9 cents; 
six months, 8% cents: one year, 8 cents a 
line, per time. Reading notices, 15 cents 
per count line. 

JERSEY BULLETIN. Every Wednesday, 
Jersey 'and Dairy. Established 1883. D. H. 
Jenkins, publisher. Subscription, $1.50; 
claimed circulation, 6,000; 20 to 32 pagfs 3 
columns; length of columns 10 inches; width, 
2 1 A inches. Office, 124 S. Illinois street. 

Advertising rates, 1 to 4 inches, $2 per 
inch, each insertion; % inch or less, $1.50 
each insertion. Further rates for time and 
space on application. 

PATRIOT PHALANX. Every Thursday. 
Prohibition. Established 1885. Wm. F. and 
E. W. Clark, publishers. Subscription, $1; 
sworn average circulation, for year 1900, 
9,691*; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns. 20 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
119 West Maryland street. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents' an inch. Dis- 
counts, 5, 15, 25 and 30 per cent on 1, .3, 
6 and 12 months. 

WESTERN HORSEMAN. Every Friday. 
Sporting and stock raising. Established 
1877. The Western Horseman Co.. publish- 
ers. Subscription, $2; estimated circulation, 
15,000; 24 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
Fitzgerald Building. 

Advertising rates. 1 inch, one time. $2.25; 
one month, $6.75; three months, $16.75; six 
months, $27.80; one year, $52. Larger space 
at reduced- rates. 

OUR STANDARD. Semi-Monthly (10th 
and 25th). Independent in polities', and in 
interest of retail liquor trades of the State. 
Established 1892. J. F. Callen, publisher. 



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Subscription, $1; estimated circulation, 
5,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 
inches. Office, corner Kentucky avenue 
and S. Illinois street. 

Advertising rates, $1 per inch, per time. 
On running contracts, $1.25 an inch, per 
month. 

AGRICULTURAL EPITOMIST. Month- 
ly. (See Spencer, Ind.) 

AMERICAN FARMER, LIVE STOCK 
AND POULTRY RAISER. Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1884. American Farmer Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 60 cents; guaranteed 
circulation, 200,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13 inches; width, 2% 
Inches. Forms close 25th of preceding 
month. Office, 22-24 West Georgia street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line 
each insertion; 10 per cent discount on year- 
ly contracts. 

See advertisement on page 491. 

AMERICAN TOULTRYMAN AND HARE 

BREEDER. Monthly (15th). Poultry and 
Hares. Established. 1899. American Poultry- 
man Co., publishers. J. W. Alvis, editor. 
Subscription, 50 cents; claimed average cir- 
culation for six mouths ending May, 1901, 
6,000; 24 pages, 3 columns, length of col- 
umns, 91-3 inches; width, 2% inches. Forms 
close 5th of current month. Office, 12 W. 
Pearl street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
three months, $2.70; six months, $4.75; one 
year, $8; 2 inches, one y-ar, $15.40; 3 inches', 
$23; 4 inches, $29.60. Reading notices, 25 
cents a line. 

AWAKBNER. Monthly. Sunday School, 
Religious. Established 1888. John M. Ford, 
publisher. Subscription, 25 cents; claimed 
circulation, 8,500; 16 to 32 pages, 2 columns*; 
length of columns, 9 inches 1 ; width, 2^, 
inches. Office, 222 'No. Delaware street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
$1.25; three months, $3.75; six months, $6.75; 
cne year, $12. 

See advertisement on page 387. 

OHRONICLE.-Monthly. Fraternal (K. & 
L. of H.). Established 1888. M. E. Carle- 
ton, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; 
estimated circulation, 57,500; 16 pages, 3 
columns, length of columns!, 10 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, Stevenson Bldg. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 

EDUCATOR-JOURNAL. Monthly. Edu- 
cational. Established' 1855. The Educator- 
Journal Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, 13,000; 48 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 7V 2 inches; 
width, 2y 2 inches'. Can use matrices. Office, 
132 Commercial Club Building. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 an inch, per time; 
^-page, $5.50; %-page, $10; one page $17. 

FANCIERS' GAZETTE. Monthly. 
Poultry. Fanciers' Gazette Co. (Incorp.), 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; esti- 
mated circulation, 10,000; 48 pages, 9x12. 
Office, 45-49 Virginia avenue. 



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Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $2.10; 
three months, $6.30; one year, $16.80. 

INDIANA CHRISTIAN. Monthly. Re- 
ligious. Established 1892. W. E. Hackle- 
man, publisher. Subscription, 25 cents; 
claimed average circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 
2 celumns; length of columns, 8% inches; 
width, 3 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
15 Virginia avenue. 

Advertising rates, $1 an inch, per time. 

INDIANIAN. Monthly. History a n d 
Literature. Established 1897. Indianian 
Company, publishers. Subscription, $1.50; 
estimated circulation, 5,000; 90 pages, 7x10. 
Office, 105 Monument Place. 

Advertising rates on application. 



INLAND POULTRY JOURNAL. Month- 
ly. Poultry. Established 1895. Inland 
Poultry Journal Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 25 cents; guaranteed circulation, 5,000; 
20 or more pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 10 'inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Office, 
Majestic Building. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
three months, 2,50; six months, $4.50; one 
year. $7.50; 3 inches, one month. $2.25; three 
months, $5.75; six months, $10.50; one year, 
$18. Special positions, 15 per cent extra. 
Reading notices, brevier, 25 per cent addi- 
tional to display rateA 

MISSIONARY TIDINGS.-Monthly (20th). 
Missionary. Established 18S3. The Christ- 
ian Woman's Board of Missions, publishers. 
Mrs. Helen E. MoSes, secretary and editor. 
Subscription, 50 cents; estimated circula- 
tion, 13,500; 36 pages, 2 columns;' length of 
columns, 9 inches; width, 2 l / s inches'. Forms 
close 15th of current month. Office, 152 
East Market street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
'Discounts on 250 lines and over. Time dis- 
counts; three months, 5 per cent; six 
months, 10 per cent; one year, 20 per cent. 

NATIONAL DETECTIVE AiND POLICE 
REVIEW. Monthly. Criminal News. Es- 
tablished 1889. Review Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; estimated average 
circulation^ 14,200;; 16 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 13 inches; width, 2% 
inches:. 

Advertising rates on application. 

UP-TO-DATE FARMING AND GARDEN- 
ING. Monthly (15th). Established 1898. 
Up-to-Date Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; guaranteed circulation, 
100,000*; 24 to 36 pages. 3 columns; length of 
columns, 11 inches; width, 2}4 inches. Forms 
close 30th of preceding month. Office, 227 
Washington street. 

Advertising rates, 40 cents per agate line. 

See advertisement on page 471. 

WHEELMAN'S GAZETTE. - Monthly. 
Established 1883. Ben L. Darrow, publish- 
er. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed circula- 
tion, 11,000; 40 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 10 inches; width, 2% inchest. Can 
use matrices. Forms go to press- 10th of 



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month preceding date of tesue. Office, 33 W. 
Ohio street- 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 20 cents a 
line; one inch, $2.10. Reading notices, bre- 
vier, 45 cents a line. Time di:Jcoimts, 8 1-3 
per cent on three months, 20 per cent on six 
months; 33-13 per cent on one year. 

LAFAYETTE 

COURIER. Every evening except Sun 
day, and WEEKLY. Fridays. Republican. 
Established, daily, 1849; weekly, 1831. M. M. 
Mayerstein, publisher. Subscription, daily, 
$7.80; claimed circulation, 3,600; weekly, $1; 
circulation, 4,000; 8 pages (weekly, 12 pages), 
daily, 7 columns; length of columns, 255-8 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use mat- 
rices up to 7x10 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, S1.75; one month, 
$5; three months, $10; six months, $16; one 
year, $25. Readers, 10 and 15 cents. Weekly, 
one inch, one time, 75 cents; one month, 
$2.25; three months, $6.50; six months, $12.50; 
one year, $18. 

EVENING CALL. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays^ Estab- 
lished 1869. Call Pub. Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $7.80: estimated circulation, 
3,800; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 4,100; 
8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 8 cents per inch; spec- 
ial position, 12 cents an inch. Irregular in- 
sertions, 15 per cent extra. E. O. D., 10 
per cent extra. Classified, 30 words or less, 
one time, 25 cents; 3 times, 50 cents. Read- 
ing notices, 10 cents a line. Weekly, dis- 
play, 10 cents an inch; position, 15 cents; 
e. o. w., 10 per cent extra. Above rates 
apply to 3 inches and over. Smaller space 
extra rate, and furnished on application. 



JOURNAL. Every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. 
Established 1829. W. Bent Wilson, publish- 
er. Subscription, daily, $8; claimed circula- 
tion. 3,800; weekly, $1; claimed circulation. 
4,300; 8 pages; weekly, 12 to 16 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 9 lines, 
one time, $1; one week, $2.25; one month, 
$6; three months, $12.50; months, $22; one 
year. $40. Locals, 15 cents a line first in- 
sertion; 10 cents after. Weekly, 9 lines?* one 
time, $1; one month, $2.50; three months, $6; 
six months, $11; one year, $20. Locals, 15 
cents, a line, each time. 

HOME JOURNAL. Every Thursday. Re- 
publican. Established 1871. Fred. R. Let- 
cher, editor. Subscription, $1; guaranteed 
circulation, 6,440; 16 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% inches'. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 25 
cents; one month, 75 cents; three months, 
$2; six months, $3.50; one year, $6. Reading 
notices, 10 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 379. 

ECHO. Monthly. Musical. Established 
1884. Echo Music Co., publishers. Subscrip- 



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tion, $1;; estimated circulation, 18,000; 48 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns. 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 25th 
of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents por agate line. 
Reading notices, 30 cents a line. Discounts, 
15 per cent on yearly orders. 



LOGANSPORT 

REPORTER. Every evening except Suiir 
d-ay, and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Independent. Established 1889. 
Mrs. J. E. Sutton, publisher. Subscription, 
daily, $5.20; claimed circulation, 2,750; semi- 
weekly, $1.25; claimed circulation, 2,500; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20y 2 
inches; width, 2% inches. Issues also the 
ADVANCE, circulation,, 2,200 weekly. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, 30 cents, 
first insertion; subsequent insertions, 15 
cents; one inch one week, 90 cents; one 
month, $2; one year, $18. Semi-Weekly, one 
inch, one time, 30 cente; one month, $1; one 
year, $6. Rates for "Advance" same as for 
semi- weekly. 

MUNCIE 

MORNING NEWS. Every morning, and 
NEWS, Wednesdays. Established, daily, 
1878; weekly, 1872. News Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5; estimated circulation, 
5,200; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 2,700; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 20 cents an inch, 
per time; 6 times, 15 cents; 12 times, 13 
ceiitM; 26 times, 12 cents; 52 times, 10 cents; 
78 tiuiPs, 9 cents; 31? times, 8 cents. Sun- 
day. 25 per cent extra. Open space used 
within one year, 500 inches, 11 cents an 
inch; 1,000 inches, 10 cents; Sunday, 500 
irches, 13 cents an inch; 1,000 inches. 12 
cents. Locals 10 cents a line first inser- 
tion; 5 cents a line, subsequent insertions. 
Weekly, per inch, one time, 20 cents; 2 or 
more times, same as daily rate, for same 
number of insertions. 

MORNING STAR. Every morning. Es- 
tablished 1899. The Star Publishing Co. 
(Incorp.), publishers. Subscription, $3,65; 
guaranteed average circulation, for 1901, 
13,000*; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 inches; width, 2\'s inches. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 2 cents a line, 
each insertion. No discount for time or 
space. Classified, V 2 cent a word. Reading 
notices, brevier, 10 cents a line. 

NEW ALBANY 

MEDICAL HERALD. Monthly. Medical. 
Established 1880. New Albany Medical 
Herald' Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
guaranteed average circulation, 5,000*; 52 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates. % page, three months, 
$25; six months, $35; one year, $60; % page, 
three months, $50; one year, $100; % page, 
threw months. $75; one year, $150; one page, 
three months, $100; one year, $250; one inch, 
one year, $35. 



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ly. Agricultural. Establish 
Epitomist Co. (Incorp.) pub 
scription, 50 cents; claimed a 



NOTRE DAME 

AVB MAltlA. Every Saturday. Roman 
Catholic. Established 1865. Rev Daniel E. 
Hudson, C. S. O., publisher. Subscription, 
$2; claimed average circulation, 24,%5; 36 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, each 
insertion, 20 cents'; 1 inch, $2.80; & page, 
$11.60; % page, $23; 1 page, $46.00; discounts, 
three months; 10 per cent; six months, 15 
per cent; nine months, 20 per cent; twelve 
mouths, 25 per cent. 

SPENCER 

AGRICULTURAL EPITOMIST. Month- 
shed 1882. The 
ublishers. Sub- 

scription, 50 cents; claimed average circula- 
tion, 200,000; 32 to 40 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 10% inches; width, 2 J /4 inches. 
Forms close 10th of preceding month'. 
Office, Experiment Station, Spencer, Ind. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 per line. 
Reading notices, nonpareil, $1.65 per line, 
each insertion. No discounts for time or 
space. 

TERRE HAUTE 

EVENING GAZETTE. Every evening, 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursday. 
Democratic. Established 1869. Wm. C. Ball 
& Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $6.50; 
weekly, 96 cents; claimed average circula- 
tion, daily, 4,747 (Saturday, 5,633); weekly, 
3,600; 8 to 52 pages, 8 columns; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 2%. inches. Can 
us>e matrices, 

Advertising rates, daily; 1 inch, one time, 
40 cents; one week, $1.20; one month, $4; 
three months, $11.25; six months, $18; one 
year, $30; classified ads., 5 cents a line. 
Locals, 10 cents 1 per line first time; 5 cents 
after. Weekly, one inch, one time, 40 cents; 
two or more times, 30 per cent of daily 
rates. 

EXPRESS. Every morning and SEMI- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Estab- 
lished, daily, 1851; Sunday, 1878; Semi- 
Weekly, 1823. Express Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily and Sunday, 
$7.50. Claimed average circulation, for year 
ending May 31, 1901, daily, 4,578*; Sunday, 
5,160*; Semi-Weekly. $1; claimed average cir- 



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culation for same periods 3,874*; daily and 
Weekly, 8 pages; Sunday, 16 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates daily, one time, 25 cents 
an inch; one week, 20 cents; one month, 
13 cents; six months, 10 cents; one yeair, 
8 cents per inch, per time. Sunday in con- 
nection with daily, 25 per cent advance. 
Special rates for E. O. D., etc. Open gpace 
(not less than 12 inches a week) 1,000 inches, 
12% cents an inch; 1,500 inches, 12 cents; 
2,000 inches, 11% cents; 2,500 inches, 11 cents. 
Open space as wanted, 1,000 inches, 14% 
cents an inch; 1,500 inches, 14 cents; 2,500 
inches, 13 cents. Semi-Weekly, 25 cents an 
inch; 2 or more times (1 t. a. w.) 20 per 
cent; 2 t. a. w., 30 per cent of daily rates 
for same period. Classified, 5 cents a line. 
Reading notices', 10 cents a line first time; 
5 cents after. 



TRIBUNE. Every evening except Sun- 
day, SUNDAY MORNING and WEEKLY, 
Wednesdays. Republican. Established-, 
daily, 1894; weekly, 1895; Sunday, 1900. The 
Tribune Co., publishers. Subscription, daily 
and< Sunday, $5.40; sworn average circulation 
for three months ending March 31, 1901, 
6,087*; Sunday, seven months ending March 
31, 1901, 5,100*; weekly, 50 cents; claimed cir- 
culation, 2,900; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns'; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2*4 
inches'. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 5 inches, or more, 
one time, 20 cents per inch; one week, 18 
cents; one month, 15 cents; three months, 
13 cents; one year, 10 cents. Standing ad- 
vertisements less than 5 inches, same rates 



as above, but change of copy not allowed 
oftener than once a week. Sunday, 25 per 
cent higher than daily rates. Position ex- 



tra. Classified ads 1 ., 1 cent a word; weekly, 
20 cents an inch; two or more weeks, 20 per 
cent of daily rate for same period. Local 
notices, 10 cents a line first insertion; 5 
cents succeeding insertions of same matter. 



VINCENNES 

LADIES' HOME IDEAL. Monthly. Do- 
mestic. Established 1890. The Ideal Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 14,600; 24 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12% inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 



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BREDA 

OSTPRIESSISCHE NACHRICHTEN. 
Three times a month, 1st, 10th and 20th. 
German. Non-Partisan. Established 1881. L. 
Huendling, publisher. Subscription $1; 
claimed average circulation, 4,800; 4 pages, 

ches; 



6 columns; length of columns, 20 iucl 

an inch, per 



width, 2 1 /4 inches. 
Advertising rates. 25 cer 



time; $5 per year. 

BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON JOURNAL. Every even- 
ing, except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days. Democratic. Established 1892. Demo- 
crat Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$2.50; guaranteed circulation, 4,838; weekly, 
$1; circulation, 4,200; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns 20 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, for electrotyped matter, 
15 cents an inch, per time; 5 cents an inch 
extra f9r composition. E. O. D., 1-3 less 
than daily rates. Position, 20 per cent ex- 
tra. Local readers, 15 cents a line; 12^ 
cents for 100 lines; classified ads, % cent 
a word each insertion (minimum, 15 cents.) 
Weekly, 20 cents an inch, per time; daily 
and weekly combined 30 cents' an inch. 

GAZETTE. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays and 
Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1837. 
Gazette Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$3; guaranteed circulation, 4,400; semi-week- 
ly, $1; claimed average circulation, 6,850; 8 
and 12 pages, 6 columns; length of columns. 
20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, pei 
inch, less than 250 Inches, 15 cents; 250 
Inches, within one year, 13 cents; if used 
within three months, 11 cents; six months, 
12 cents; 500 inches, in one year, 12 cents, 
if used within three months. 9 cents, six 
months, 10 cents; 1,000 inches in one year, 
10 cents; within three months, 8 cents; six 
months, 9 cents. Classified, 1 cent a word 
first time; % cent after. Semi-weekly, same 
as daily. 

HAWK-EYE. Every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. 
Established 1839. J. S. Waite, editor and 
publisher. Subscription, daily, by mail, $4; 
claimed average circulation, 6,317; weekly, 
$1; claimed circulation, 6,750; daily, 8 to 20 
pages; weekly, 12 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 3 cents a 
line; 2,000 lines used within 16 months, 2 
cents a line; 5,000 to 7,500 lines, 1& cents; 
10,000 lines or more, 1 1-7 cents a line; 
position extra. Reading notices, 10 cents a 
line; 6 cents a line on thousand line con- 



tracts. Classified, 1 cent a word with dis- 
count for time. Weekly, 2 cents per agate 
line, each insertion. No discount for time 
or space. Reading notices same as daily. 
See advertisement on page 443. 

CEDAR RAPIDS 

GAZETTE. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Independent. 
Established 1883. Gazette Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $5; estimated circulation, 
6,000; weekly, $"1; estimated circulation, 4,000;. 
daily 8, weekly, 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns,' 
length of columns 20 inches; width, 2 1-6 
inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
$1: one week, $3; one month, $6; six months, 
$80; one year, $54. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates. 
Open space used within one year, 100 inches, 
60 cents an inch; 500 inches, 50 cents; 1,000 
inches, 45 cents. Classified, 5 cents a line. 
Reading notices, minion. 25 cents a line each 
time. Weekly, one-third or daily rates for 
dsplay; reading notices same as daily. 

REPUBLICAN. Every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Repub- 
lican. Established 1870. Republican Print- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $5; 
sworn average circulation for six months 
ending April 30, 1901, 5,680*; weekly, $1; 
sworn average circulation, 3,500*; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2Ys inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, from 1<4 
cents to V-fz cents a line, each time, accord- 
ing to position. Locals, 10 cents a line; 
weekly, 20 cents an inch; locals, 7% cents 
a line; classified, 5 cents a line. Daily and 
weekly combined, one and one-fourth times 
daily rates. 

KVINDEN OG HJEMMET. Monthly. 
Norwegian-Danish, and QVINNAN OCH 
HEMMET. Swedish. Monthly. House- 
hold. Established 1888. N. Fr. Hansen, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, 50 cents'; guaranteed 
combined circulation. 70,000; 40 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 10 inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close 5th of the month. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
reading notices, 25 cents a line. 10 per cent 
discount for publishers, schools, hotels and 
summer resorts; 20 per cent for seed adver- 
tising. 

See advertisement on page 461. 



ORGAN BRATRSTVA C. S. P. S. 
Monthly. Bohemian. Fraternal. Estab- 
lished 1892. Bohemian-Slavonic Societies of 
United States and North America, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 32 cents; estimated 
circulation, 10,000; 16 pages, 9x12. 

Advertising rates on application. 



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RAILWAY CONDUCTOR. Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1884. Order of Railway Conduc- 
tors, publishers. Subscription, $1; sworn cir- 
culation, 25,600; 118 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close 10th of preceding month. 

Advertising rates on application. 

Advertising in charge of W. N. Gates, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

WESTERN PENMAN. Monthly. Educa. 
tional. Established 1884. Western Penman 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 60 
cents; estimated circulaton, 20,000; 32 to 40 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10 
inches; width, 2V 8 inches. Forms close 20th 
of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one month, $1.75; 
two months, $3.25; three months, $4.50; want 
ads, 20 cents a line each insertion. 



CHARLES CITY 

IOWA TEACHER. Monthly. Educational. 
Established 1886. Teacher Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 15,000; 16 pages, 4 columns, 
length of columns, 12% inches; width, 2^4 
inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, per time, $1.50. 

CLINTON 

CLINTON ADVERTISER. (State and 
County editions). Tri-weekly, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1872. Fay Bros., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; sworn average circulation, 
10,019; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 35 cents an inch; no dis- 
counts. 

See advertisement on page 449. 

COLUMBUS JUNCTION 

HAPPY HOME. Monthly. Household. 
Established 1897. Home Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 25 cents; guaranteed 
average circulation, 24,000; 8 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12% inches; width, 
21-6 inches. Forms close 20th preceding 
month. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, pearl, 10 cents a line; 
$1.50 per inch (15 lines to the inch). Reading 
notices, brevier leaded, 20 cents per count 
line; 10 per cent discount on orders amount- 
ing to $1 and over. 

COUNCIL BLUFFS 

NONPAREI L. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished, daily, 1862, weekly, 1856. New Non- 
pareil Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$5; claimed circulation. 5,800; weekly, $1; 
claimed circulation, 6,100; daily, 8 to 16 
pages; weekly, 8 pages; 6 and 7 columns; 
length of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
65 cents; one week, 42 cents; one month, 25 
cents; three months, 20 cents; six months, 16 
cents; one year, 14 cents per inch, per time; 
space rates, from 50 cents for 100 inches to 



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30 cents for 1,000 inches to be used within one 
year. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rate. SUNDAY 
or WEEKLY, 75 cents per inch, one time; 
four times, 60 cents; three months, 40 cents; 
six months, 30 cents; one year, 25 cents per 
inch per time. Classified ads, one cent a 
word. Reading notices in any edition, 10 
cents per count line with discounts for 100 
lines and over. 

WORD AND WAY. Semi-monthly. Relig 
ious. Established 1885. J. G. and H. R. 
Lemen. publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; 
claimed average circulation, 17,700; 8 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents a line (minion). 
No cuts or display. 

See advertisement on page 419. 

CRESTON 

UNION COUNTY PROGRESS.-Monthly 
(15th). Non-political. Established 1891. 
George Trumbo, publisher. Subscription, 2b 
cents; claimed average circulation for three 
months ending May, 1901, 5,275; 8 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2%' inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch each 
insertion. 

DAVENPORT 

DEMOCRAT. Every evening, except Sun- 
day, SUNDAY MORNING and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1845. 
Subscription, daily, $5; estimated circulation. 
3,000; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 9,000; 
daily, 6 and 8 pages; weekly, 12 and Sunday 
8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
one time, $1; one week, $3.50; one month, 
$8; three months, $12; six months, $18; one 
year, $30. E. O. D., % daily rates. Weekly 
or Sunday, per inch, one time, $1; one 
month, $2.50; three months, $7; six months, 
$10; one year, $16. Classified ads, 4 lines, 
one time, or one week. 50 cents; daily and 
Sunday or daily and Weekly, % more than 
daily rates. Reading matter notices, 10 cents, 
a line, daily or weekly. Yearly contracts, 
daily, $13.50 per line. 

DER DEMOKRAT. Every morning ex- 
cept Monday, SEMI-WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days and. Saturday, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days. German. Democratic. Established 
1851. Llsher Printing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6; estimated circulation, 
3,500; semi-weekly, $3; estimated circulation, 
4,000; weekly, $2; estimated circulation, 10,- 
000; daily, 4 to 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 23 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

LEADER. Every evening except Satur- 
day and Sunday evening, SUNDAY MORN- 
ING and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Demo, 
cratic. Established 1891. Subscription, 
daily, $4; estimated circulation, 3,000; Sunday, 
$1.50; estimated circulation, 3,000; weekly, 
$1; estimated circulation. 8,000; daily, 8 
pages; Sunday 16 pages; 7 columns; length 



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of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily and Sunday, 1 
inch, one time, 35 cents; one month, $3.00; 
one year, $28. E. O. D., 60 per cent of daily 
rates. Classified ads, 5 cents a line. 
WEEKLY, 1 inch, one year, $10; 1 inch, one 
year, in daily and weekly combined, $34. 

REPUBLICAN. Every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Thursday. Re- 
publican. Established 1887. Republican 
Company, publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$4; sworn average circulation, 3,441 (Sunday, 
estimated, 4,200); weekly, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 3,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 19%, inches; width, 2^4 inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

See advertisement on page 453. 

TIMES. Every evening, except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Wednesdays and Sat- 
urdays. Republican. Established 1886. The 
Times Co., publishers; C. D. Remiers, editor, 
E. P. Adler, Business Manager. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $5; sworn average circulation for 
three months ending March 31, 1901, 4,528*; 
semi-weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 1,200; 
daily, 8; Saturday, 16 pages, 6 and 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
35 cents; more than one time/ fixed 
space, 20 cents an inch per time. Space 
rates, 500 inches or more, 13 cents an 
inch; position, 16 cents. Reading notices, 
(medical), 10 cents a line; yearly, 2 cents a 
line In brevier. Classified, % cent a word. 
Semi-Weekly, one inch, one time, 20 cents; 
more than one time, 10 cents. Contracts, 6 
cents an inch; position, 8 cents. 

IOWA CATHOLIC MESSENGER.-Every 
Saturday. Roman Catholic. Established 
1882. Fred B. Sharon, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; sworn average circulation for year 
1900, 4,124*; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 Inch, one 
time, 75 cents: one month, $2; three months, 
$4.50; six months, $7.50; one year, $13.50. Re- 
duced rates for larger space. Reading no- 
tices, 15 cents per line. 

POULTRY. BEE AND FRUIT JOURNAL. 
Monthly. Poultry, Bees and Horticultural. 
Established 1899. Henry A. Skelley, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, 35 cents; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 9 inches; width, 2 1 A 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 75 cents an Inch, per 
time. Reading notices, brevier, 10 cents a 

line, 

DECORAH 

EVANGELISCHE LUTHERESK KIRKE- 
TIDENTE. Every Wednesday. Norwegian. 
Lutheran. Established 1855. Lutheran Pub- 
lishing House, publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, 7,800; 24 pages, 
1 column; length of column, 18 Inches; 
width, 6 Inches. 

Advertising rates, $1 an inch; $40 an Inch 
per year. 



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POSTEN. Every Friday, Norwegian-Dan- 
ish. Established 1874. B. Anundsen, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1.25; sworn average 
circulation for one year ending February 23, 
1901, 37,846*; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 2V4 inches. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 per inch per time. 



DBS MOINES 

IOWA CAPITAL. Every evening, except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Repub- 
lican. Established 1882. L. Young, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, daily, $3; sworn aver- 
age circulation for six months ending June 
30, 1901, 17,051*; weekly, 50 cents; sworn 
average circulation, 20,000*; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 42 cents an Inch 
per time; preferred positions, 49 cents an 
inch. No time or space discounts. Classi- 
fied, 1 cent a word; by the month, $1 per 
line. Pure reading notices, 25 cents per 
count line; business notices, 15 cents a line, 
Weekly, 56 cents per inch, per time; 
reading notices, same as daily. Classified in 
weekly, 2 cents a word. 

IOWA STATE REGISTER. Every morn- 
ing except Monday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. 
Established 1856. Clarkson Bros., publishers. 
Subscription, dally. $5; claimed circulation, 
13,000 (Sunday, '11,500); weekly, 60 cents; 
claimed circulation, 27,000; 8 to 24 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2^4 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, per 
inch, one time. $1.20; one week, $3.40; one 
month, $8; three months, $16: six months, 
$28; one year, $50; E. O. D., %; two times, 
a week, 2-3; one time a week, 1-3 daily 
monthly rates. Classified ads, one cent a 
word. Local reading matter notices, 40 cents 
per line; reading matter notices, page at 
publisher's option, $20 per line per year; E. 
O. D., $15 per line. Weekly, per inch, one 
time, $3; one month, $9; three months, $24; 
one year, $80; E. O. W., %; once a month, 
$3 per inch each time. Local reading matter 
notices (page at publishers' option), $25 per 
line i>er year. 

See advertisement on page 475. 



LEADER. Every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. 
Established 1848. Strauss & Dawspn, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6; sworn aver- 
age circulation for six months ending June 



g June 
kly, 50 



ge 

30, 1901, 20,441* (Sunday, 22,513*); wee 
cents; claimed circulation, 10,200; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, per agate line, 4 
cents; contracts for 2,000 lines to be used 
within one year, 3 cents a line. Classified, 1 
cent a word. Pure reading matter. 25 cents 
per count line; local notices, 15 cents a line. 
Weekly, 6 cents per agate line, each 'nser- 
tion. Reading notices, same as in daily. 
No discounts for time or space. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1881. Des Moines 



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News Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
by carrier, $3; by mail, $1; sworn average 
circulation for three months ending March 



31, 1901, 32,266*; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 

inches; 
inches. Can use matricns. 



length of columns', 21% 



width, 



Advertising rates, daily, display, 4 cents 
per agate line. No discount for time or 
space. Special positions 5 to 20 per cent 
extra. Reading notices, 20 cents per line, 
count. Locals, 25 cents a line. Classified, 
1 cent a word. 

FARMERS' TRIBUNE. Every Wednes- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1878. E. T. 
Meredith, publisher. Subscription, $1; sworn 
average circulation, 31,000; 24 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13V& inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents' a line; 
special positions, 10 per cent extra. Dis- 
counts, 4 times, or 200 lines, 10 per cent; 8 
times, or 300 lines, 15 per cent; 13 times, or 
500 lines, 20 per cent; 26 times, or 1,000 lines, 
25 per cent; one year, or 2,000 lines, 33 1-3 pei 
cent. Reading notices, 20 cents a line, each 
insertion. 

IOWA HOMESTEAD. Every Thursday. 
Agricultural. Established 1855. Homestead 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed 
average circulation for year ending April 
30, 1901, 51,809*; 36 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 13% inches; width, 2*4 inches. 

Advertising rates, 40 cents per agate line; 
over 24 lines in all, 35 cents a line; 50 lines, 
30 cents; 75 lines, 27% cents; 100 lines, 26 
cents; 150 lines, 25 cents; 200 lines, 24 cents; 
300 lines, 23 cents, and thus upward to 4,000 
lines, at 18 cents a line. Readers, 40 cents 
a line. 



IOWA STAATS ANZEIGER. - Every 
Thursday. German. Established 1869. Jo- 
seph Eiboeck, publisher. Subscription, $2; 
estimated circulation, 6,000; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 22 inches, width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

SPIRIT OP THE WEST.-Every Wednes- 
day. Live Stock. Established 1890. Iowa 
Turf Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed average circulation for year 
1900, 6,400; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13 inches; width, 21-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, $1 an inch, each in- 
sertion. 

SVITHIOD. Every Thursday. Swedish. 
Republican. Established 1883. Midland 
Swedish Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 7,280; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

WALLACE'S FARMER. Every Friday. 
Agricultural. Established 1874. Wallace 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
sworn average circulation, 28,000; 20 to 40 
pages; 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches; width, 2% inches. 



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16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 



Advertising rates, 20 cents per agate line; 
500 lines, 18 cents; 1,000 lines, 16 cents; 1,500 
lines, 15 cents; 2,000 lines, 14 cents; 3,000 
lines, 13 cents; 4,000 lines, 12 cents per line. 
Special position, 10 per cent extra. 

GRAND ARMY ADVOCATE. Semi- 
Monthly. Patriotic. Established 1881. J. 
F. Bishop, publisher. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation, 7,700; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13 inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents a Hue; 
reading notices, 25 cents; discounts, 20 per 
cent on three insertions or 100 lines,30 per 
cent on six insertions or 250 lines, 40 per 
cent on thirteen insertions or 500 lines, 50 
per cent on eighteen insertions or 1,000 lines. 

CHRISTIAN WORKER. Monthly. Church 
of Christ. Established 1887. Christian 
Worker 1 Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 
5,000; 16 



Advertising rates, $1 per inch, one time; 
subsequent Insertions, 50 cents. Local no- 
tices, 25 cents a line. 

CHURCH WOMAN'S MAGAZINE (The). 
Monthly. Social and Religious. Established 
1899. The Church Woman's Magazine Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1.50; 
claimed average circulation, 14,000; 32 to 48 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8% 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, % inch, one time, $1; 
three months $2.66; six months, $5.30; one 
year, $9.33; one inch, one time, $2; three 
months, $5.30; six months, $9.33; one year, 
$16; 2 inches, one year, $30; 4 inches, $57. 

COSMOPOLITAN OSTEOPATH. Month- 
ly. Osteopathic. Established 1898. Cosmo- 
politan Osteopathic Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated clrcula- 
ton, 12,000; 64 pages, 6x9. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Discounts, 5, 10 and 20 per cent on 3, 6 
and 12 months. 

IOWA ENDEAVORER. Monthly. Chris- 
tian Endeavor. Established 1891. Fred F. 
Pease, Managing Editor. Endeavorer Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 25 
conts; claimed average circulation, 7.375; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Also publishes THE MINNESOTA EN- 
DEAVORER, Minneapolis, Minn. Circula- 
tion claimed, 2,000. Established 1899. 

Advertising rates on application. 

MILLINERY GUIDE. Monthly, (15th). 
Millinery. Lederer, Strauss & Co., publish- 
ers. Sworn circulation, 6,000*; 40 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8 Inches; width. 
2% inches. Forms close 5th of current 
month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 11 cents a line; 
% page, one time, $11; one page, $20. Read- 
ing notices, 30 cents per count line. Dis- 
counts: 3 months, 5 per cent; 6 months, 10 



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per cent; 9 months, 12^ per cent; one year, 
15 per cent. 

PEOPLE'S POPULAR MONTHLY. 
Family. Established 1896. Brown & Pro- 
per, publishers. Subscription, 50 ceuts; 
guaranteed average circulation, 50,000*; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13 in- 
ches; width, 2^4 inches. Forms close 25th 
preceding month. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line 
each insertion. 

POULTRY FARMER. Monthly. Poultry. 
Established 1897. Poultry Farmer Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed 
circulation for the year ending May, 1901, 
57,166*; 16 pages 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13 inches; width, Zy 2 inches. Can use 
matrices. Forms close 5th of the month. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
$2.38; three months. $6.72; six months, $12.60; 
one year, $23.52. Larger space at reduced 
rates. Reading notices, 25 cents a line. 

POULTRY SUCCESS.-Monthly. Poultry. 
Established 1890. Emerson De Puy, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, 50 cents; sworn aver- 
age circulation, 18,000*; 32 to 48 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 9% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 20th of the 
month. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one month, 
$2; three months, $6; six months, $9.50; ont> 
year, $15. Larger space at reduced rates. 



DUBTJQUE 

EVENING GLOBE JOURNAL. Every 

evening except Sunday. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1891. J. H. Smith, publisher. 
Subscription, $3; claimed circulation, 6,000; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width. 2% inches. 

Advertising rates agate, 5 cents a line, 
discounts, 2 weeks, 10 per cent; one month, 
20 per cent; three months, 30 per cent; six 
months, 50 per cent; one year, 80 per cent. 
E. O. D., one month, 10 per cent; three 
months, 20 per cent; six months. 40 per 
cent; one year, 70 per cent. When ads 
exceed 30 lines and run three months or 
longer, extra discount of 10 per cent; 70 
lines, 15 per cent; 140 lines or more, 20 
per cent. Classified, 1 cent a word first 
time; y a cent after; by the month, 50 cents 
a line. Locals, 15 cents a line. Solid cuts 
required. 

HERALD.-Every evening, SUNDAY 
MORNING, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Demo- 
cratic. Established, daily. 1854; weekly, 1836. 
Herald Printing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $4; claimed circulation, 4,500; 
weekly, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 
5,400; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, one time, 
50 cents an inch; six times, 20 cents, 26 
times, 12 cents; 156 times, 10 cents; 312 
times, 8 cents an inch per insertion; 10 
cents an inch extra for changing set adb., 



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E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rate. Rate for set 
ads., changed each insertion; 10 to 100 inches, 
20 cents an inch; 100 inches, or more, 15 cents 
an inch. Reading notices, double price for 
space occupied. Classified ads., 1 cent a 
word; one week, 15 cents a line; one month, 
25 cents a line. Weekly, per inch, one time, 
35 cents; one month, $1; one year, $12. 

TELEGRAPH. Every evening except 
Sunday, SUNDAY MORNING, and SEMi- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Ind. 
Dem. Established 1870. The Telegraph Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily $3; claimed 
circulation, 5,846; semi- weekly, $1; estimated 
circulation, 15,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2V& 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
75 cents; one week, $3; one month, $6.50; 
three months, $12.50; six months, $19.50; 
one year, $31. E. O. D., % of daily rates; 
position extra; 10 cents per inch extra for 
changing ads. Metal base cuts required. 
Locals, 20 cents a line; by the week, 12V& 
cents. Wants, 5 cents a line. Semi-weekly, 
1 inch, one week, $1; one month, $3; three 
mouths, $8.50; six months. $16.00; one >ear, 
$31. E. O. W., % of full weekly rates. 

See advertisements on page 507. 

TIMES. Every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY (in two parts) Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Republican. Established 1856. 
Smith-Morgan Printing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $3; Sunaay, $1; sworn 
circulation, daily, 5,617 (Sunday, 8,222); 
weekly $1; claimed circulation, 9,000; daily, 
8 pages; Sunday, 16 to 24 pages; weekly, 16 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2y 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line; 
discounts, 10 times, 20 per cent; 20 times, 
30 per cent; 30 times 40 per cent; 50 times, 
50 per cent; 100 times, 60 per cent; 150 times, 
70 per cent; open space, used within one 
year, 4,200 lines; 30 per cent; 7,000 lines, 40 
per cent; 14,000 lines, 50 per cent; 28,000 lines, 
65 per cent. Classified, 1 cent a word first 
time, % cent after. Locals, 15 cents a line. 
Sunday display, 7 cents a line, with dis- 
counts same as daily. Locals, 20 cents a 
line, count; weekly, 5 cents a line with 
discounts same as daily. Locals, 20 cents 
per count line. 

KATHOLISCHER W E S T E N. Every 
Thursday. German. Roman Catholic. Demo- 
cratic. Catholic Printing Company, pub- 
lishers. Established 1875. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 8,677; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21 V inches; width, 
2%' inches. 

Issues also the LUXEMBERGER GA- 
ZETTE, weekly; estimated circulation, 3,065; 
and CATHOLIC TRIBUNE; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 4,004. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil (combined), 1 
inch, one time, $3; one month, $6; three 
months, $11.70; six months, $19.50; one year, 
$24. Reduced rates for larger space. Lo- 
cals, 15 cents a line each insertion. Metal 
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FORT MADISON 

KNIGHTS' SWORD AND HELMET. 
Monthly. Knights of Pythias. Established 
1877. Pythian Printing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 5,000; 
12 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, ll 1 /^ 
inches; width, 2Y& inches. 

Advertising rates, $1 per inch, per time. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. 



KEOKUK 

CONSTITUTION - DEMOCRAT. E very 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY. 
Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 1847. 
Constitution-Democrat Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $4; claimed circulation, 
4,600; weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 6,700; 
8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2V 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, display advertisements, 
per inch, one time, 75 cents; one week, $2; 
one month, $5; three months, $10; six 
months, $15; one year, $25; larger space $15 
for each additional inch per year. Special 
rates for E. O. D., etc. -Position extra. 
Locals, 25 cents a line. Weekly, one inch, 
one time, 85 cents; one month, $2.50; three 
months, $5; six months, $7.50; one year, $13. 
Daily and weekly combined, one inch, one 
month, $7; three months, $14; one year, $35. 

GATE CITY. Every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republi- 
can. Established 1845. Gate City Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $5; claimed 
circulation, 3,240 (Sunday, 4,162); weekly, $1, 
claimed circulation, 5.281; daily, 8 to 10 
pages, 6 to 7 columns; weekly, 12 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one Inch, one 
time, 75 cents; one week, $2; one month, $5; 
three months, $10; six months, $15; one year, 
$26. Rates for larger space on application. 
E. O. D., 65 per cent; twice a week, 50 per 
cent of daily rates. Locals, 20 cents a line. 
Classified ads, 1 cent a word. Special posi- 
tions extra. Weekly, y 2 of dally rates. 



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LAKE MILLS 

REPUBLIKANEREN.-E very 
Norwegian-Danish. Republican. E 
lished 1888. John Story, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1; estimated circulation, 8,000; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

MARSHALLTOWN 

TIMES-REPUBLICAN. E very evening 
except Sunday, and IOWA TIMES-REPUB- 
LICAN, semi-weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Republican. Established, daily 1874; semi- 
weekly, 1858. Times-Republican Printing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $5; guaran- 
teed average circulation, 4,930*; semi-weekly, 
$1; guaranteed average circulation, 6,909*; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 1 /& 
inches; width, 2V 8 inches. 



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Advertising rates, daily, or semi-weekly, 
15 cents an inch, daily, E. O. D., or E. O. D., 
and semi-weekly, on contracts running three 
months, or longer, for electrotyped matter; 
20 cents an inch for set matter; 2 t. a. w., 
20 cents an inch for electrotyped matter; 
25 cents an inch if set. Open space used 
within one year, 500 inches, or more, 20 
cents an inch if electrotyped; 25 cents an 
inch if set. 

MASON CITY 

FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Monthly, Agri- 
cultural. Established 1890. Rec Stauberry, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 28,500; 16 pages, 4 columns, 
length of columns, 11% inches; width, 23-16 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.50; 
discounts, 20 per cent on three months, 25 
per cent on four months, 30 per cent on 
six months, 33 1-3 per cent on one year. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. 

OELWEIN 

IOWA LEGION OF HONOR HERALD. 
Monthly (8th). Legion of Honor. Estab- 
lished 1888. E. H. Burlingham, publisher. 
Subscription, 50 cents; estimated circula- 
tion, 6,000; 4 pages, 5 columns; length of 
columns, 17 inches; width, 214 inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

OTTUMWA 

COURIER. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Thursdays. Republican. Established 1848. 
Courier Printing Co., proprietors; A. W. 
Lee, publisher. Subscription, daily, $6; 
sworn average circulation for six months 
ending June 30, 1901. 3,709*; semi-weekly, 
$1.50; sworn average circulation, 6,598*; 
8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 20 cents an inch 

Eer time. Space contracts, 13 cents an 
ich; full position, 16 cents. Classified, 
% cent a word each time. Semi- Weekly, 25 
cents an inch. 

SIOUX CITY 

JOURNAL. Every morning and evening 
except Sunday, SUNDAY MORNING, and 
SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Republican. Established, daily, 1870; semi- 
weekly, 1858. Perkins Bros. Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, morning, $6; evening, $4; 
sworn average circulation for six months 
ending June 30. 1901, 15,166* (Sunday, $2; 
estimated circulation, 8,500); semi-weekly, 
$1; claimed average circulation, 6,200; daily, 
10, 12 and 16 pages; semi-weekly, 8 and 10 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, morning edition, 
per line, agate, 7 lines or more, 4 cents; 
52 times, 3 cents; 104 times, 2y 3 cents; 156 
times or more, 2 cents per line per time; 
2,500 lines (minimum 14 lines) to be used 
within one year, 3 cents a line; 5,000 lines, 
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notices, per count line, 15 cents; 100 lines, 
10 cents; 250 lines, 8 cents; 500 lines or more. 
7 cents. Pure reading, 20 cents per count 
line each insertion. Evening edition, agate, 
7 lines or more, 3 cents a line; 52 times, 2 
cents; 104 times, l l /a cents; 156 times or 
more, 1 cent; 2,500 lines (minimum 14 lines), 
to be used within one year, 2 cents 
a line; 5,000 lines, 1% cents; 10,000 
lines, 1'cent. Combination rate for morning 
and evening editions, 20 per cent discount 
from individual rates, if same adv. is used 
in both editions. 



TRIBUNE. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Established daily, 1884: semi-weekly estab- 
lished as a weekly, 1856. The Tribune Co. 
(Incorp.) Publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$4; sworn average circulation for year 1900, 
10,871*; semi- weekly, 50 cents; sworn circu- 
lation, 5,400; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily. 1 inch one 
time, 60 cents; 2 to 11 times, 50 cents; 12 
times, 40 cents; 26 time's, 35 cents; 78 tJmes, 
30 cents; 156 times, or more, 25 cents an inch 
per insertion. Open space used within one 
year, 26 to 78 inches, 60 cents an inch; 78 to 
156 inches, 50 cents; 156 to 312 Inches, 40 
cents; 312 to 624 inches, 35 cents; 624 to 936 
inches, 30 cents; 936 inches, or more, 25 
cents an inch. Special positions extra. 
Classified ads. 1 cent n word; subsequent 
insertions, % cent. Reading notices, 3 cents 
and 6 cents a word, with discounts. Semi- 
weekly, 60 cents an inch per week; one 
month, 40 cents a week; six months, 30 
cents; one year, 25 cents per week. Less 
than one inch charged as one inch. 



IOWA 



1 t. a. w., 75 per cent of above rate. Read- 
ing notices, same as in daily. 

NORTHWESTERN CATHOLIC. Every 
Thursday. Roman Catholic. Established 
1889. Northwestern Catholic Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1.50; estimated 
circulation, 5,000, 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width 2^4 inches. 

Advertising rates 40 cents an inch; one 
year, $12. 

UNION A D V O C A T E. Every Friday. 
Labor. Established 1895. Wm. H. Bastian. 
publisher. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 5,000; 8 pages, 15x22. 

Advertising rates on application. 

WATERLOO 

EGG REPORTER. Monthly. Egg trade. 
Established 1895. Fred L. Kimball, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 
20,000; 68 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
amns, 6% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, % page, one time, $9.70; 
six times, $56.50; one year, $105.90; % page, 
one time, $12.95; six times, $74.25; one year, 
141.70; one page, one time, $20; six times, 
$113; one year. $212. 



CREAMERY JOURNAL. Monthly. Trade. 
Established 1891. Fred L. Kimball, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 
8,000; 36 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 10 inches; width, 2^ inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $2; 
three months, $5.40; six months, $10.20; one 
year, $18; % page, one time, $7.50; % page, 
$13.50; 1/2 page, $24; one page, $40. 




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KANSAS. 



ATCHISON 

CHAMPION. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republi- 
can. Established 1855. Ewing Herbert, 
publisher. Subscription, daily, $4; estimated 
circulation, 1,800; weekly, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 4,000; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly, 
8 pages); length of columns, 21 inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 15 cents per inch 
per time. No discounts for time or space. 
Reading notices, 10 cents a line, brevier; by. 
the week, 5 cents a line each time; by the 
month, 5 cents; Weekly, same as daily. 

GLOBE. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Independent. 
Established 1878. Globe Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $1.20; 
claimed circulation, exceeding 4,700; weekly, 
25 cents; guaranteed circulation, exceeding 
5,000; 4 to 8 pages, 8 columns; length of col- 
umns, 21*4 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily or weekly, 25 cents 
an inch, per time; on long time contracts, 
14 cents an inch per time; position extra. 
Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 



BELOIT 

ROYAL NEIGHBOR. Monthly. Ladies' 
paper exclusively. Owned and published 
by its subscribers, controlled by a board. 
Established 1900. Subscription, $1; guaran- 
teed circulation, 115,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13% inches; width, 21-6 
inches. Forms close 15th preceding month. 
Business office, 87 Washington st., Chicago, 
111. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line. 
Reading notices, $1 per count line. 

LAWRENCE 

SELECT FRIEND. Monthly. Select 
Friends. Established 1890. J. S. Boughton, 
publisher. Subscription, 25 cents; estimated 
circulation, 5,000; 24 pages, 7x10. 

Advertising rates on application. 

DODGE CITY 

LIVE STOCK FARMER. Monthly. Live 
stock and farming. Established 1899. F. 
A. Etrick, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; 
guaranteed circulation, 5,000*; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 12 inches; 
width, 2%. inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch per 
time. No discount for t'me or space. 

LEAVENWORTH 

CHRONICLE TRIBUNE. Every evening 
except Sunday and WEEKLY Fridays, 



Democratic. Established 1897. The Chron- 
icle Printing and Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $5.20; sworn average cir- 
culation, 3,569; weekly, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 3,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches; 
one column printed in German, daily. 

Advertising rates, 1 iuch, one time, 50 
cents; one month, $4; three months, $8; six 
months, $14; one year, $20; E. O. D., %; 2 
t. a. w., 2-3; 1 t. a. w., 2-5 of daily rates. 
Classified, 5 cents a line. Reading notices, 
15 and 25 cents a line. 



STANDARD. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. 
Established 1870. Standard Printing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $2; guaran- 
teed circulation, 3,100; weekly, 50 cents; 
estimated circulation, 1,900; 4 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 22 inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, 50 cents; one month, $4; three 
months, $8; six months, $14; one year, $20; 
two inches, $40; three inches, $50; one 
year. E. O. D., % daily monthly rates. 
Classified ads, 5 cents a line. Reading no- 
tices, 10 and 15 cents a line. Weekly rates 
same as daily. Daily and weekly, % off 
combined rates. 



TIMES. Every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. 
Established 1857. D. R. Anthony, publisher. 
Subscription, daily, $3; estimated circulation, 
8,500; weekly, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 
11,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
21% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, standing ads, nonpareil, 
daily, 1 inch, one time, $1; one week, $3.50; 
one month, $8; three months, $16; six 
months, $28; one year, $40. E. O. D., % 
daily monthly rates. Classified, 10 cents a 
line (minimum space, 4 lines). Open space 
rates, SCO inches in one year, 45 cents; 1,000 
inches, 40 cents per inch. Reading notices, 
25 cents per line. Weekly rates, $1 an inch, 
first insertion; 50 cents an inch each subse- 
quent insertion. Pure reading, 20 cents a 
line, with discounts on large contracts. Solid 
cuts required. 

See advertisement on page 487. 



MINNEAPOLIS 

KANSAS WORKMAN. Monthly. Ancient 
Order of United Workmen. Established 
1881. A. P. Ridder, publisher. Subscription, 
50 cents; claimed circulation, 45,000; 32 pages, 
2 columns: length of columns, 9 inches: 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, $2 an inch per time, 



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SPRIG OF MYRTLE. Monthly. Knights 
of Pythias. Established 1886. A. P. Ridder, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 5,000; 32 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 9 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch per 
time. 



OTTAWA 

SELECT KNIGHT. Monthly. Fraternal. 
Established 1899. Ben. D. Lillard, publisher. 
Subscription, 50 cents; claimed average cir- 
culation, 5,600; 8 pages, 4 columns: length of 
columns, 13% Inches; width, 2% Inches. 
Forms close second day of month of Issue. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, per time, 50 
cents. Special rates on long time contracts. 



TOPEKA 

' CAPITAL. Every morning except Mon- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Republican. Established 1879. 
The Capital Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $4; claimed average cir- 
culation, 12.673; Sunday, 13,720; semi weekly, 
$1; claimed average circulation, 21,647; 8 
pages (Sunday, 16 pages), 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width 2y 8 inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates on application. 

See advertisement on page 387. 



DAILY HERALD. Every evening except 
Sunday. Republican. Established July. 1901. 
The Herald Publishing Co., publishers. 
Dell Keizer, manager. Subscription, $3.60; 
8 pages', 7 columns, length of columns, 20 
Inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 2 cents a line 
per time. No discounts for time or s^ace. 
Preferred position Vz cent a line additional. 
Reading notices, (pure reading), 15 cents, per 
count line. Classified 5 cents a line, mini- 
mum charge, 26 cents. 



STATE JOURNAL. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Independent Republican. Established 1874. 
F. P. MacLennan, publisher. Subscription, 
daily, $3.60; sworn average circulation, for 
year 1900, 13,473*; weekly, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 1,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, daily, 20 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, per line, 7 
cents one time; one week, 6 cents; one 
mouth, 5 cents; three months, 4 cents; six 
mouths, 3% cents; one year, 3 cents. Open 
space used within one year, 500 lines, 6 
cents a line; 1,000 lines, 5 cents; 2,000 lines, 4% 
cents; 3.000 lines, 4 cents; 5,000 lines, 3% 
cents; 10,000 lines or more, 3 cents a line. 
Special positions, 10 and 25 per cent extra. 
Reading notices, 15, 20 and 25 cents a line, 
with discounts for quantity. Classified ads, 
5 cents a line; by the week, 4 cents; by the 
month, 3% cents. Weekly, 1 cent a line. 
Reading notices, 5 cents a line. Classified 
5 cents a line. 



KANSAS 



FARMER'S ADVOCATE.-Every Friday. 
Agricultural. Established 1889. H. N. 
Gaines, publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed 



circulation, 23,240; 16 to 32 pages, 4 columns; 

length of columns, 13% inches; 

inches. 



Advertising rates, agate, per line, one to 
four times, or 100 lines or less, 15 cents; 
four to twelve times, or 100 to 500 lines, 10 
per cent discount; thirteen to twenty-five 
times, or 500 to 1,000 lines, 20 per cent dis- 
count; twenty-six to fifty-one times, or 1,000 
to 2,000 lines, 33 per cent discount; 52 times, 
or 2,000 lines and over, 40 per cent discount. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 368. 



KANSAS FARMER. Every Wednesday. 
Agricultural. Established 1863. Kansas 
Farmer Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation 25,000; 16 to 20 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line. 
Discounts, four times or 100 lines, 10 per 
cent; thirteen times, or 500 lines, 20 per cent; 
twenty-six times, or 1,000 lines, 33 per cent; 
one year, or 2,000 lines, 40 per cent. Reading 
notices, 25 cents per count line. Cuts must 
have metal bases. 

See advertisement on page 366. 



MAIL AND BREEZE. Every Friday. Re- 
publican. Established 1871. Arthur Capper, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; guaranteed aver- 
age circulation, 25,500; 8 to 16 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 15 cents per count line. 
Discounts, 10 per cent on seven insertions, 
or 500 lines; 15 per cent on thirteen inser- 
tions, or 1,000 lines; 20 per cent on twenty- 
six insertions or 2,000 lines; 30 per cent on 
fifty-two insertions, or 5,000 lines. 



WESTERN ODD FELLOW. Semi-Month- 
ly. I. O. O. F. Established 1886. Stevens 
& Stevens, publishers. Subscription 75 
cents; guaranteed circulation, 6,000; 8 pages', 
4 columns; length of columns, 13% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line. 
Discounts 10 per cent on 4 times, or 100 
lires; 20 per cent on 12 times, or 500 linesi; 
331-3 per cent on one year, or 1,000 lines. 
Reading notices, 10 cente, per count line. 



ILLUSTRATED POULTRY GAZETTE 

(The). Monthly. Poultry. Established 1898. 
Gillies Printing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 25 cents; claimed average circulation, 
7,500; 20 to 32 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 12 Inches; width, 2% Inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.25; 
three months, $3; six months, $6; one year, 
$10. Reduced graded rates for larger space. 



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MISSOURI VALLEY FARMER. Monthly. 
Established 1891. Arthur Capper, publisher. 
Subscription, 50 cents; sworn average cir- 
culation, 100,000*; 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 13 Inches; width. 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line. 
Time discounts are given, ranging from 10 
per cent on three months, to 30 per cent on 
one year. 

See advertisement on page 372. 



WESTERN SCHOOL JOURNAL. Month- 
ly (10th). Educational. Established 1885. 
John MacDonald, publisher. Subscription, 
$1.25; claimed circulation, 7,500; 32 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns, 9 inches; width, 
3^4 inches. Forms close last day of preced- 
ing month. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 15 cents. 
Reading notices, 30 cents a line. Discounts, 
5 per cent on 100 lines; 10 per cent on three 
months, or 250 lines; 15 per cent on six 
months or 500 lines; 20 per cent on nine 
months or 750 lines; 30 per cent on twelve 
months or 1,000 lines. 



WESTERN VETERAN. Monthly. G. A. 
R. Established 1884. Western Veteran 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 7,500; 16 pages, 11x16. 

Advertising rates on application. 

WICHITA 

BEACON. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1872. H. J. Hagny, publisher. 
Subscription, daily, $4; sworn average cir- 
culation for six months ending May 31, 1901, 



KANSAS 



8,130*; weekly, 50 cents; sworn average cir- 
culation, for same period, 2,056*; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21% Inches; 
width, 2Vs inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 6 cents per 
line; 250 lines, 5 cents; 500 lines, 4 cents; 
1,000 lines, 3% cents; 3,000 lines, 3 cents; 
5,000 lines, 2% cents; 7.000 lines, 2 cents; 
10,000 lines, 1% cents. Locals, per line 5 
cents. Pure reading, 15 cents per count line. 
Classified ads, 5 cents a line; by the week, 
4 cents; by the month, 3% cents. Weekly, 
one time, 3 cents a line; 4 times, 2% cents; 
13 times?, 2 cents; 26 times, 1% cents; 52 
times, 1^4 cents. For dally and weekly, add 
one-half weekly rates to daily rate. Reading 
notices, and wants, same as In daily. 



EAGLE.-Every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1881. Murdock & Bro., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $4; sworn average cir- 
culation for year" 1900, 14,024*; weekly, 50 
cents; sworn circulation, 7,096; 8 to 12 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2i/& inches Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch one time, 
$1.40: one week, $5.60; one month, $14; three 
months, $37.50; six months, $70; one year, 
$120. E. O. D., 60 per cent of daily rates. 
Classified ads, 10 cents a line each Insertion. 
Reading notices, 25 cents per line; on yearly 
orders, 15 cents per line. Special notices, 
12% cents per line; on yearly orders, 10 
cents per line. Weekly, one Inch, one time, 
$1.50; one month, $5; one year, $54. Reading 
notices, 25 cents a line; on yearly orders, 
20 cents a line. Special notices same as in 
daily. 

See advertisement on page 415. 




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KENTUCKY. 



COVINGTON 

KENTUCKY POST. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Independent. Established 
1890. Scripps-McRea League, publishers. 
Subscription, f3; claimed average circula- 
tion exceeding 12,000; 8 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, run of 
paper, 2 cents; preferred position, 2% cents; 
5,000 lines or more to be used within one 
year, or a stipulated amount of space to be 
used ou stated days each week for one year, 
IVa cents a line; for position, 2 cents. Classi- 
fied ads, 5 cents a line. Reading notices, 
run of paper, 20 cents a line; 500 lines, 12 
cents; 1,000 lines, 8 cents per line. Pure 
reading, 22 cents a line; 500 lines, 15 cents; 
1,000 lines, 10 cents. No adv. less than 2 
inches given position. 

See advertisement on page 490. 

COMMONWEALTH.-Every Friday. Es- 
tablished 1873. L. L. Oreasey, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; guaranteed circulation, 
exceeding 14,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21^> inches; width, 2y s inches. 

Advertising rates. 50 cents an inch. Read- 
ing notices, agate, 70 cents an inch. Dis- 
counts: 100 inches used within one year, 10 
per cent; 300 inches, 15 per cent; 500 inches, 
25 per cent; 1,000 inches, 30 per cent; 1,500 
inches, 40 per cent; over 2,000 inches, 50 
per cent. 

HENDERSON 

KENTUCKY WORKMAN.-Monthly. A. 
O. U. W. Established 1889. John A. Lyne,' 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; guaran- 
teed circulation, 7,000; 8 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13 inches; width 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents an inch, each 
insertion. 

LEXINGTON 

LEADER. Every evening except Sunday, 
SUNDAY MORNING and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days. Republican. Established 1888. Leader 
Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $7.50; claimed . circulation, 3,493: 
weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 5,427; 8 
pages, 7 columns (Sunday, 16 pa.ges) ; length 
of columns. 19% inches; width , 2 1-6 inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, per inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $1.60; per month. 



$5.20. E. O. D., in dally only, 60 per cent 
of daily rates; 2 t. a. \v., 45 per cent; 1 
t. a, w., 30 per cent. Sunday or weekly, 
per Inch, one time, 50 cents; per month, 
$1.50. Daily and. Sunday, one week, $1.80; 
per month, $6. Reading notices, 10 to 30 
cents a line, with discounts for time or 
space. 



MORNING DEMOCRAT. Every morning 
including Sunday. Democratic. Established 
1900. A. L. Calvert, manager. Subscription, 
$5; claimed average circulation, daily, 3,400; 
Sunday, 4,600; 8 pages, 6 columns'; length of 
columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents an inch, each 
insertion. 

See advertisement on page 372. 

MORNING HERALD. Every morning, 
and PRESS TRANSCRIPT, Saturdays. 
Democratic. Established 1870. The Lex- 
ington Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6; claimed average circu- 
lation for year ending June 1, 1901, 4,628; 
Sunday, $2; claimed average circulation for 
sfime period, 5,045; weekly, $1; claimed' aver- 
age circulation, for 1900, 3,278; daily and 
weekly, 8 pages; Sunday, 16 to 20 pages, 6 
columns; length of column?, 19% inches, 
width, 2 l /s inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, daily 
and Suuday, 50 cents; six times, $1.80; one 
inch one month, $6; three months, $15; six 
months, $25; one year, $36; 6 t. a. w., 90 
per cent of daily and Sunday; 3 t. a. w., 
60 per cent; 1 t. a. w., 40 per cent. Weekly, 
only, one time, 50 cents an inch; one month, 
$1.50; three months, $4; six months, $7; one 
year, $10. Classified daily or Sunday, 25 
words or less one time, 25 cents; three 
times, 50 cents; one week, 75 cents; one 
month $2. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 
Special rates for Summer Resorts and 
School advertising. 

KENTUCKY STOCK FARM. Every 
Thursday. Trotting horse interests. Es- 
tablished 1884. Kentucky Stock Farm Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 8,300; 24 to 32 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 13 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close Wednesday 
at noon. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
three months 9 cents; six months, 8 cents; 
nine months, 7 cents; one year, 6 cents a 
line, per time. Specified position, 25 per 
cent extra. 



SOUTHERN EVANGELIST.-Every 
Thursday. Religious. Established 1899. 
Southern Evangelist Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 75 cents; estimated circulation, 
6,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns', 
13 inches; width, 2% Inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line. 
Discounts, 10 per cent on one month, 20 
per cent on two months, 30 per cent on 
three months, 40 per cent on six months, 50 
per cent on one year. Special positions, 50 
per cent extra. First page, 10 cents a line. 
No discounts on ads calling for position. 
Classified ads, 1 cent a word. 



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SOUTHERN SCHOOL J O U R N A I/. 

Monthly. Educational. Established 1889. 
Standard Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription y $1; estimated circulation, 6,000; 
20 pages, 9x12. 

Advertising rates $1 an Inch, with dis- 
counts. 

LOUISVILLE 

ANZEIGER. Every morning except Mon- 
day, SEMI-WEEKLY. Wednesdays and. 
Saturdays, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. 
German. Democratic. Established, dally, 
1849; weekly, 1851. Louisville Anzeiger Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $9: claimed 
average circulation, 8,100; semi-weekly, $3.40; 
claimed average circulation, 5,000; Sunday, 
$2; claimed average circulation. 11.000; week- 
ly, $1; estimated circulation, 10,000; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns. 21 inches; 
width. 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
341 Green street. 

Advertising rates, per square of eight 
lines nonpareil, one time, $1; one week, $4; 
one month. $12; three months, $20; six 
months. $32; one year, $60. Reading notices, 
long primer, 25 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 505. 

COMMERCIAL. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Tlrursdays. Republican. Es- 
tablished. 1869. Louisville Press Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily, $6; claimed 
circulation, 28,000; weekly, 50 cents; claimed 
circulation, 18,000 (Sunday, 23,000); 8 to 24 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 24 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 417 W. Market street. 

Advertising rates, daily and Sunday, per 
line, agate, one time. 12% cents; 26 times or 
500 lines, 9U cents; 78 times or 1,000 lines. 9 
cents; 104 times or 1,500 lines, 8% cents; 156 
times or 2.000 lines, S 5 ^ cents: 312 times or 
4.000 lines, 8 cents. Classified, 1 cent a word. 
Special notices, 25 cents per nonpareil line. 
Reading notices, 50 cents per .count line. 
Weekly. 20 cents: 50 lines, 19V 2 cents: 100 
lines, 19 cents; 200 lines. 18 cents: 400 lines. 
16 cents: 13 times or 500 lines, 15 cents; 2T; 
times or 600 lines', 14 cents: 800 linee, 13 
cents; 52 times or 1,000 lines, 12 cents. Read- 
ing notices, minion, 60 cents per count line. 

COURIER-JOURNAL. E very morning, 
and WEEKLY, twice a week, on Wednes- 
days and Saturdays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1868. Courier-Journal Co., publishers. 
Subscription, dai'y. $6: claimed circulation, 
28.000: Sunday. 38,000; weekly, $1; claimed 
circulation, 160,000; daily, 8 to 16; Sunday. 

24 to 32 pages; weekly. 6 pages, 8 columns: 
length of columns, 21% inches: width, 2% 
Inches. Can use matrices. Office, Fourth 
avenue and Green street. 

Advertising rates, dajly, agate. 15 cents; 
last page, 18 cents per line. Special notices, 

25 cents; city features, 40 cents; reading 
matter, nonpareil, 50 cents; minion, 75 cents 
per line: Sunday, first page, 20 cents; other 
pages, 18 cents: special notices, 30 cents ner 
line: reading matter, nonpareil, 75 cents: 
minion, $1 per line; weekly, ordinary. 75 
cents; business notices, $1; reading matter, 



KENTUCKY 



nonpareil, $1.25; reading matter, minion, 
$1.50 per line. Discounts on daily: $300, 15 
per cent; $500, 20 per cent; $1,000, 25 per 
cent; $1,500, 35 per cent; discounts on week- 
ly, 10 -per cent on four times or 100 lines; 
20 per cent on three months or 250 lines; 
25 per cent on six months or 500 lines; 50 
per cent on one year or 1,000 lines; 60 per 
cent on 2,000 lines. Special rates for schools 
and Summer Resorts:. 
See advertisement on page 492. 



EVENING POST. Every evening except 
Sunday. Democratic. Established 1873. 
Evening Post Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$3; sworn average circulation, for year 1900. 
26,810*; 10 to 24 pages. 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21 Inches; width. 2 1-5 inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 526 Third street. 

Advertising rates, agate, display, per line, 
under 500 lines, 9 cents; 500 lines, 8 cents; 
1.000 lines, 7% cents: 2.000 lines, 7 cents: 
4.000 lines, 6% cents; 6,000 lines, 6 cents: 8,000 
lines, 5% cents; 10.000 lines, 5 cents. Read- 
ing notices, per line, under 200 lines, 40 
cents; 200 lines, 35 cents; 400 lines, 30 cents; 
600 lines, 25 cents: 800 lines, 22M. cents; 1.000 
lines, 20 cents; 1,200 lines, 19 cents; 1,500 
lines. 18 cents. 

See advertisement on page 441. 

NEWS. Every morning except Sundav. 
Established 1899. Louisville News Co.. pub- 
lishers. Subscription. $3; sworn circulation, 
14,261; 8 pages. 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20% inches; width. 2V, inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 417 W. Market street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents per line. 
Discounts, 15 to 50 per cent on amounts 
panging from $100 to $1.500. Special position, 
5 to 25 per cent additional. Reading notices, 
minion. 30 cents per count line; local no- 
tices, 25 cents a line. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1884. Louisville 
Times Co., publisher*. Subscription, $5; 
claimed circulation, 33,000: 8 pages, 8 col- 
umns: length of columns, 21% inches: width, 
2 3-16 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 504 
Fourth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12^ cents per 
line, each Insertion; position 10 and 25 per 
cent extra; classiflpd ads, 10 cents a line; 
space or amount discount on display, 500 
lines, 5 per cent; l.WX) lines; 10 per cent; 
3.000 lines, 20 per cent; 5,000 lines. 30 per 
cent; 7,500 lines. 40 per cent; 10.000 lines. 
50 ner cent. Reading 1 notices, nonpareil, 
solid, 25 cents per line. 

BAPTIST ARGUS. Every Thursday. Re- 
ligious. Established 1897. J. N. Prestrldge, 
publisher. Subscription $2; guaranteed cir- 
culation, 6,000: 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns. 13 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 350 Third street. 

Advertising rates, agate. 5 to 10 cents' a 
line: 50 cents to $1 an Inch, according to 
location, size and duration of advertise- 
ment. Discount on large contracts. 



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CENTRAL METHODIST.-Every Thurs- 
day. Methodist. Established 1867. Central 
Methodist Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; estimated circulation, 5,000; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12% 
inches; width, 2y 8 inches. Office, 530 Third 
street. 

Advertising rates, per inch, per time, 50 
cents. Special positions, or reading notices, 
20 per cent additional. 10 per cent discount 
on amounts aggregating $100; 16 per cent 
on $500 or more. 

CHRISTIAN GUIDE. Every Wednesday. 
Disciples. Established 1867. Guide Print- 
ing and Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; claimed circulation, 10,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 15% 
inches; width. 2*4 indhes. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 317 W. Walnut street. 

Advertising rates, agate. 5 cents a line. 

CHRISTIAN OBSERVER.-E very 

Wednesday. Presbyterian. Established 1813. 
Converse & Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$2.50; sworn average circulation, for six 
monrtha ending March 31, 1801, 17,071*; 24 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns. 14% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 512 Third 

Advertising rates, agate, 17 cents; 50 lines, 
16 cents; 100 lines, 15 cents; 250 lines, 14 
cents; 500 lines, 13 cents; 1,000 lines, 12 
cents; 2.100 lines, 11 cents; etc. Reading 
notices, 25 cents a line, nonpareil. 

See advertisement on page 422. 



FARMERS' HOME JOURNAL.-Every 
Saturday. Agricultural. Established 1865. 
Farmers' Home Journal Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 12,600; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 514 Third 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, one 
time, 12 cents; one month, 8 cents; three 
months, 6 cents'; six months, 5 cents; one 
year, 4 cents, each insertion. Space con- 
tracts, 100 lines, 8 cents; 250 lines, 7 cents; 
500 lines, 6 cents; 1,000 lines, 5 cents; 2,000 
lines and over, 4 cents. Reading notices, 
25 cents a line first time, 15 cents after. 



KATHOLISCHER GLAUBENSBOTE.- 
Every Thursday. German. Catholic. In- 
dependent. Established 1866. Katholisdher 
Glaubens/bote Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 6,800; 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width. 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 36 East Market street. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents per inch. 
Special position and changed advertise- 
ments, 50 cents an inch per time. Reading 
notices, 10 cents a line in nonpareil, brevier 
or long primer type. E. O. W. ads, double 
price. Minimum charge, $1. 



OMNIBUS. Every Sunday. German. In- 
dependent. Established 1866. Geo W. Krip- 
penstapel, publisher. Subscription, $2; es- 
timated circulation, 7,000; 16 pages, 6 col- 



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5; length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents an 
inch. 



PENTECOSTAL HEHALD. Every 

Wednesday. Methodist Episcopal. Estab- 
lished 1888. Pentecostal Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; sworn average 
circulation, for rfx month ending Dec. 31, 
1900, 21.544*: 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns. 13% inches; width, 2*4 inches. 
Office, 317 W. Walnut street. 
Advertising rates, 25 cents an agate line. 

WESTERN RECORDER. Every Thurs- 
day. Baptist. Established 1824. Baptist 
Book Concern, publishers. Subscription, $2; 
sworn circulation, 15.384; 16 pages, 5 col- 
umns; length of columns, 15 inches; width, 
Zy s inches. Office, 642 Fourth avenue. 

Advertising rates, 15 c^nts per agate line; 
50 lines, 14 cents; 100 lines. 13 cents; 250 
lines, 12 cents; 500 lines, 11 cents; 1,000 lines, 
10 cents. Reading notices, 20 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 407. 

HOME AND FARM. Srpmi-Monthly <lst 
and 15th). Agricultural. Established 1876. 
Home and Farm Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents'; claimed circulation, 
over 100,000: 16 pages, 5 columns; length of 
columns, 17% inches; width, 21-5 inches. 
Forms close 5 days in advance. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents per line, 
each insertion. Special positions, 10 per 
cent extra. Reading notices, $1 per agate 
line each insertion. Discounts, 6 consecu- 
tive insertions, 10 per cent; 12 consecutive 
insertions. 15 per cent: 24 consecutive In- 
sertions, 25 per cent. Space discounts, 15 
per cent on 500 lines. 25 per cent on 1,000 
lines. 

See advertisement on page 435. 

HOME. Monthly. Established 1894. Tri- 
bune Printing Co., publishers. Subscription. 
25 cents; claimed circulation, 15,000; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
Inches; width, 2% Inches. Forms close 25th 
of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line or 
1 cent a word. 



MEDICAL PROGRESS. Monthly. Med- 
ical. Established 1884. Medical Progress 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
average circulation, 5.000; 68 pages; 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8 inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates. % page. 3 months, $25; 
14 page. $50; one page, $100; one inch, one 
year, $35. 

PASTIME. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1899. Pastime Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents: estimated 
circulation, 8,000: 16 pages, 10x14. Forms 
close 20th preceding month. Office, Third 
and Market streets 

Advertising rates on application. 



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THE COUNTRYSIDE. Monthly (15th). 
Farm and Home. Established 1900. Country- 
side Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 24,500; 12 
to 24 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
11% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 426 
W. Main street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Business notices, 20 cents a line; reading 
notices, brevier, 25 cents per count line. 
Discounts of 5 to 25 per cent on amounts 
ranging from $25 to $450 and over. 



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PADUCAH 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY. Wednesday. Democratic. 
Established 1871. Paducah News Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; 
claimed average circulation, 1,535; weekly, 
$1; claimed average circulation, 3,489; 8 
pages daily, 6 weekly, 7 columns: length of 
columns, daily, 19%, weekly, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 




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NEW ORLEANS 

DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG. Every morning 
except Monday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays, 
German. Independent. Established 1848. 
German Gazette Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $12; claimed circulation, 
4,800; Sunday, $2; (Sunday and Weekly, $3); 
claimed circulation, 8,000; weekly, $2; 
claimed circulation, 6,460; 12 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 212-3 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
532 Poydras street. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 9 lines, 
one month, $12; three months, $30; six 
months^ $50r one year, $75; 18 lines one 
month, $22; three months, $50; one year, 
$125. E. O. D., 23; two times a week, % 
daily monthly rates. Weekly or Sunday, 9 
lines, one month, $5; three months, $12; six 
months, $20; one year, $30; 18 lines, one 
month, $9; three months, $20; six months, 
$32; one year, $50. 

EVENING TELEGRAM.-Every evening 
except Sunday. Independent. Established 
1891. New Orleans Telegram Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $5; guaranteed 
average circulation, 20,000; 8 to 16 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 22 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
437 Camp street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, one 
time, 10 cents; one week, 40 cents; one 
month, $1; E. O. D., 60 per cent of daily 
rates; twice a week, 45 per cent; once a 
week, 30 per cent. Discounts, 5, 10, 15 and 
25 per cent on 3, 6, 9 and 12 months re- 
spectively. Classified, 5 cents a line; by 
the week, 25 cents; by the month, 75 cents. 
Reading notices, 20 cents a line; by the 
week, 65 cents; by the month, $2. Special 
positions, 25 per cent extra, 

ITEM. Every evening, except Sunday, 
SUNDAY MORNING, and SEMI-WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays and Saturdays'. Independ- 
ent. Established 1878. City Item Co-opera- 
tive Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; sworn average circulation for 
three months ending March 31, 1901, 17,412*; 
semi-weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 5,600; 
daily, 8 to 10 pages; Sunday, 16 to 20 pages; 
weekly, 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20% inches; width, 2 1-16 inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 336 Camp street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil 10 lines, one 
time, $1; subsequent insertions, 80 cents; 
one month, $1 per line (one week, 45 cents 
per line). Classified ads, 5 cents a line, one 
time; by the month, 75 cents; time dis- 
counts, 6 per cent on three months; 10 per 
cent on six months, 15 per cent on nine 
months, 25 per cent on one year. Transient 
reading notices, 15 and 20 cents per line first 
insertion. 



L'ABEILLE. Every morniug, and WEEK- 
LY, Saturdays. French. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1827. i5ee Publishing Co., pub- 
lisher* Subscription, daily, $12; guaranteed 
circulation, 12,000 (Sunday, $2; 14,000); week- 
ly, $3; guaranteed circulation, 13,500; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width. 2 inches. Office, 323 Chartres street. 

Advertising rates, agate, doily, 15 cents 
a line; two times, 25 cents; 6 times, 60 
cents; 12 times, 90 cents; one month, $1.50; 
three months, $4; six months, $6; one year. 
$10. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. Classified 
ads, 10 cents a line.; one week, 50 cents; one 
month, $1.50. Reading notices, 25 and. 30 
cents a line, with discounts. Sunday only 
or weekly, same rates as daily for transient 
ads; long time contracts, 2-7 of daily rates. 



PICAYUNE, Every morning, and SEMI- 
WEEKLY, Mondays and Thursdays. Inde- 
pendent Democratic. Established 1837. Es- 
tate of Mra. E. J. 'Nicholson, publisher. 
Subscription, daily, $12; claimed circula- 
tion, 23,000 (Sunday, $2; 34,000); semi-weekly, 
$1; claimed circulation, 23,000; 12 to 16 
pages (Sunday, 24 to 32 pages; semi- weekly, 
10 pages), 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 66 Camp street. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 10 lines, 
one time, $1.50; subsequent consecutive in- 
sertions, $1; 10 lines, one month, $15; 20 
lines', $2S; 30 lines, $40; each additional 10 
lines, $10. Discounts, three months, 5 per 
cent; six months, 10 per cent; nine months, 
15 per cent; one year, 25 per cent. Classified 
ads, 10 cents a line; one week, 50 cents; one 
month, $1.50; top of column or next read- 
ing, 14 extra; both together, 40 per cent 
extra. Reading notices (nothing less than 
three lines) solid nonpareil, 25 cents; leaded, 
30 cents per line, per time; by the month, 
$4 and $5 respectively. Sunday, 15 cents a 
line each time. Semi-Weekly, each 10 lines, 
one time, $1.50; consecutive insertions, $1; 
time advertisements, 2-7 daily rates. 



STATES. Every evening except Sunday; 
SUNDAY MORNING, and SEMI-WEEKLY, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays.. Democratic. 
Established 1859. Daily States' Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $7; 
guaranteed circulation, 18,443; Sunday, $1.50; 

fuaranteed circulation, 20,457; semi-weekly, 
1; estimated circulation, 5,991; daily and 
semi-weekly, 8 to 12 pages; Sunday, 20 to 
24 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 406-408 Camp street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one inch, one 
time, $1.50; two times, $2.50; seven times, $6; 
one month, $14.60; three months, $39.50; six 
months, $74.50; one year, $131.40. E. O. D. 
and Sunday, %, of daily rates. Classified 



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ads, 10 cents a line. Reading matter, 25 
cents a line; seven times, $1; fourteen times', 
$1.50 a line; 10 cents a line after, per time. 
Semi- weekly, one inch, one time, $1.50; one 
month, $4; one year, $35. 

TIMES-DEMOCRAT. Every morning, and. 
SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Democratic. Established 1863. Times-Demo- 
crat Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $12; estimated circulation, 22,000 
(Sunday, 35,000); semi- weekly $1; estimated 
circulation 12,500; 12 to 24 pages 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20% inches; width, 2 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 15 cents 
per line, first insertion, 10 cents after; one 
week, 60 cents; one month, $1.50; 3 t. a. w., 
60 per cent of daily monthly ratesr 2 t. a. 
w., 45 per cent; 1 t. a. w., 30 per cent. Read- 
ing mater, solid, 25 cents a line, one time; 
one week, $1.50; one month, $4. Reading 
matter, leaded, 30 cents a' line; one time; 
one week, $1.80; one month, $5. Reading 
notices', local page, 30 cents a line, one 
time; one week, $2; one month, $6. Classified 
ads, 10 cents a line; by the week, 50 cents; 
by the month, $1.50. Special position, 25 
per cent extra. Sunday only, 15 cents a 
line. Semi-Weekly, per line, 15 cents each 
insertion; one month, 50 cents. Reading 
notices, solid, 26 cents per line; one month, 
$1. Discounts, 5, 10, 15 and 25 per cent for 
three, six, nine and twelve months: 



CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Thurs- 
day. Methodist Episcopal Church South. 
Established 1850. John W. Boswell, D. D., 
editor and publisher. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 3.800; 8^ pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columrs, 19% inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 512 Camp street. 

Advertising rates', one inch, one time. 50 
cents; special position, 60 cents. Reading 
notices, 60 cents an inch. 

JEWISH SPECTATOR. (See Memphis, 
Tenn.) 

M<ORNING STAR. Every Saturday. 
Catholic. Established 1868. G. T. McCunes' 
Sons, publishers. Subscription, $2; claimed 
average circulation, 8,100: 8 pages', 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19*6 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 427 Carondelet street. 

Advertising rates, 100 inches, used within 
one year. 20 cents an inch; 500 inches, 18 



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cents; 1,000 inches, 16 cents; 1,500 inches, 
15 cents; 2,000 inches, 13 cents an inch. 
See advertisement on page 383. 

SOUTHWESTERN CHRISTIAN ADVO- 

CATE. Every Thursday, Methodist Episco- 
pal. Established 1866. Eaton & Mains, pub- 
lishers. Chas. C. Morse, business manager. 
Subscription, $1.25; guaranteed circulation, 
1,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
13% inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 429 Caronfleiet street. 

Advertising rates, 40 cents an inch, per 
time. 

SOUTHWESTERN PRESBYTEHIAN. 

Every Thursday. Presbyterian . Estab- 
lished, 1S68. J. H. Nail, Manager. Sub- 
scription, $2; estimated circulation. 4,563; 16 
pagesi, 4 columns; length of columns, 12% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Dated also at Birmingham, Ala. 

Advertising rates, per inch, $1, per time; 
one month, 50 cents, per time ; three months, 
30 cents; six months, 25 cents; one year, 20 
cents, per inch, per time. 

CREOLE WHISPER (The). Monthly. 
Matrimonial. Established 1900. The Creole 
Whisper Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; estimated circulation, 6,500; 
8 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12 
inches ; width. 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 

EGG AND POULTRY FARM JOURNAL. 

Monthly. Poultry and Agricultural. Es- 
tablished 1899. Egg and Poultry Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
estimated circulation, 6,000; 16 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns; 10 inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 518 
Natchez street. 

Advertising; rates', one inch, one time, $1; 
three months, $2; six months, $3; one year, 
$5; 2 inches, one year, $8; 4 inches, $15. 



YOUNG'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1897. Court'land H. 
Young, publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 40,000; 16 pages, 3 columns; 



length of columns, 14 inches; width. 
inches. Also dated New York City. Forms 
close 23d of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate 20 cents a line; 
discount, 10 per cent on six months; 20 per 
cent on one year. 



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AUGUSTA 

KENNEBEC JOURNAL. Every morning 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. 
Republican. Established, daily, 1870; weekly, 
1825. Burleigh & Flynt, publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $7; sworn average circula- 
tion for six months ending April 30, 1901, 
4,422*; weekly, $2; sworn average circulation 
for same period, 2,260*; 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, 50 cents; one week, $1.50; one 
month, $4; three months, $10.50; six months, 
$16.50; one year, $28. E. o. D., 2-3 of daily 
rates. Special positions extra. Open space 
used within one year, 100 inches, 30 cents 
an inch; 250 inches, 25 cents; 500 inches, 
22 cents; 1,000 inches, 20 cents; 1,500 inches, 
18 cents. Electrotyped matter, 15 per cent 
less. Classified, 4 lines, one time, 15 cents; 
one week. 50 cents. Local notices, 25 cents 
per count line; nonpareil notices, 10 cents 
a line first time: 5 cents after. Weekly, 
1 Inch, one time, 50 cents; one month, $1.50 
three months, $3.50; six months, $6.66; one 
year, $10; ten per cent discount for daily 
and weekly combined. Metal cuts required. 



MAINE FARMER. Every Thursday. Ag- 
ricultural. Established 1832. Maine Farmer 
Publishing Co., publishers, subscription, $1; 
sworn circulation, 11,505; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, per Inch, one 
time, 75 cents; one month, $2.50; discounts, 
3 mouths, 5 per cent; 6 months, 7% per cent; 
nine months, 10 per cent; one year, 12% 
per cent. Open space used within one yean 
250 inches, 65 cents an inch; 500 Inchest 60 
cents; 750 inches, 55 cents; 1,000 Inches, 50 
cents. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 



NEW AGE. Every Friday. Democratic. 
Established 1867. H. M. Plaisted & Son, 
publishers. Subscription, $2; sworn circu- 
lation. 4,550; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21 inches; width, 21-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per 
inch, each insertion; special position, 25 
per cent extra. Reading notices, 5 cents per 
line, brevier. 



AMERICAN WOMAN. Monthly. House- 
hold. Established 1891. The American 
Woman Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; guaranteed circulation, 1,000,000; 28 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13% 
Inches; width, 2& inches. Forms close 5th 
of preceding month. 



Advertising rates, agate, $4 a line. Read- 
ing notices, $5 per agate line. No discount 
for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 450. 

COMFORT. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1888. W. H. Gannett, publisher (In- 
corp.) Subscription, 25 cents; guaranteed 
circulation, 1,250,000; 24 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 15*4 inches; width, 2 3-8 
inches.* Forms close from 5th to 15th pre- 
ceding month. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, $5; Read- 
ing notices, minion, $7 per line; (count). 
No discount for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 412. 

LANE'S LIST. Consisting of five pub- 
lications. SUNSHINE, FAMILY HERALD, 
GOLDEN MOMENTS, LITERARY COM- 
PANION and NATIONAL FARMER); is is- 
sued monthly; 16 to 24 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 15 inches; width, 2 5-12 
inches. Subscription for each, 25 cents. 
Combined guaranteed average circulation 
for ten months ending April 1901, 738,299*. 
Forms close first of month. Changes must 
be received by 25th of month previous. 

Advertising rates, $2.75 per agate line for 
the papers combined. Reading notices, $4; 
no discounts for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 402. 

VICKERY & HILL'S LIST (consisting of 
four publications, GOOD STORIES. 
HEARTH AND HOME, FIRESIDE VISI- 
TOR and HAPPY HOURS), is issued 
monthly; 28 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13% inches: width, 2^4 inches: com- 
bined guaranteed circulation, 1,500,000. 
Forms close 5th of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, $2 per line for 
each of the papers. Reading notices, in 
agate, or minion, $2.50 per Hue., agate meas- 
ure; combination rate on the four papers, 
$6 a line. Reading notices, $8 a line, each 
insertion. No discounts for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 450. 



BANGOR 

COMMERCIAL. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY COMMERCIAL, 
FARMER AND VILLAGER. Fridays, Daily 
independent; weekly, family and agricul- 
tural. Established 1838. J. P. Bass & Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; claimed 
circulation, 6,853; weekly, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 28,750; daily, 10 to 20 pages (weekly 
16 pages); 8 columns; length of columns, 
21% inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
50 cents; 1 week, $1.50; 1 month, $4.50; three 



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months, $11.50; six months, $19; one year, 
$33. Special position, extra. E. O. D., 2-3; 
two times a week, %; one time a week, % 
monthly rates. Reading notices, 15 cents, a 
line; pure readers, 25 cents per count line; 
telegraph matter, 35 cents per count line. 
Weekly, 1 inch one time, $1.50; one month, 
$5; three months, $14; six months, $27; 
twelve months, $52; agricultural section 
(advs. only inserted on first page), 25 per 
cent additional. Full position, 25 per cent 
extra. Reading notices, 25 cents per count 
line; pure readers, 50 cents. 



NEWS. Every morning except Sunday 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days. (Daily and Weekly Whig and Courier, 
merged March 13, 1900.) Republican. Es- 
tablished 1889. Whig established 1834. Ban- 
gor Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $6; sworn average circulation, 
for one year ending February 28, 1901, 8,202*; 
semi- weekly, $1; sworn average circulation 
for year 1900, 6,812* per issue (13,624 weekly) ; 
10 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week. $1.75; one month, 
$5.20; three months, $11.70; six months', $23.40; 
one year, $40. Open space used within one 
year, 250 inches, 30 cents an inch; 500 inches, 
25 cents; 1,000 inches, 20 cents an inch. 
E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates; position, 10 and 
25 per cent extra. Reading notices, brevier, 
10 cents a line; by the week, 7% cents; by 
the month, 6 cents a line; by the year, '5 
cents. Semi-weekly, 1 inch, one week, $1.50; 
one month, $3.75; three months, $9.75; six 
months, $18; one year, $30; one time a week, 
2-3 semi-weekly rates. Metal cuts required. 



BAR HARBOR 

PEOPLE'S OBSERVER. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1901. Observer Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed average circulation, 15,000: 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 12 inches; 
width, 2y s inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents! a line. 



Every evening ex- 
KLY, Thursdays. 



LEWISTON 

EVENING JOURNAL. Ev< 

cept Sunday, and WEEKL_, 

Established 1846. Lewiston Journal Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6; sworn cir- 
culation, for nine months) ending April 30, 
1901, 6,752*; (S&turd-ay issue, 11,000); weekly. 
$2; sworn circulation, for same period, 
15,407*; daily, 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; Sat- 
uiday and weekly, 32 to 48 pages; 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21 inches; width, 21-6 
inohps. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, 75 cents; 3 times. $1.75; one week, 
$3; one month, $8; three months. $16; six 
months, $26; one year, $48. E. O. D., 2-3 
daily rates. Classified, 3 nonpareil lines, 
3 consecutive /insertions, or less, 25 cents; 
by the week, 50 cents. Additional lines pro 
rata. Reading notices, 10 and 25 cents a 



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line; by the year, 5 and 6 cents'. Weekly, 
per inch, one time, $1.25; one month, $4; 
three months, $9; six months, $15; one year, 
$26. Business notices. 20 JHK! 35 cents per 
line each insertion. Solid cues required. 



SUN. Every morning except Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established 1893. Lewiston 
Daily Sun, publishers. Subscription, $5; 
estimated circulation, 4,000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19% inches ; width, 
2y 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, 50 
cents; one week; $1,25; one month, $3.50; 
three months, $9; six moucns, $13.50; one 
year, $20; E. O. D., 2-3, twice a week %, 
once a week 1-3 of daily rates. Space con- 
tracts, 2oO inches, 20 cents an inch; 500 
inches, 17% cents; 1,000 inches, 15 cents. 
Business notices, 10 cents a line first time; 
5 cents after; pure readers, 20 cents per 
count line. 



PORTLAND 

ADVERTISER. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Repub- 
lican. Established 1785. George S. Roweli. 
manager. Subscription, daily, $5; claimed 
circulation, 2,300; weekly, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 700; daily, 8 pages; weekly, 4 pages: 
6 and 8 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, three times, 
$1; one week, $1.25; one month, $3.50; three 
months, $9; six months, $17; one year, $33. 
Weekly, 50 cents per inch, first time; sub- 
sequent insertions, 25 cents an inch. 



EASTERN ARGTJS. Every morning, ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Democratic. Established 1803. Eastern Ar- 
gus Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $6; sworn average circulation 
for year "1900, 5,147*; weekly, $1.50; sworn 
average circulation for same period, 1,860*; 
8 pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 19 5-8 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
one or three times. $1; one week, $1.50; one 
month, $4; three months, $12; six months, 
$20; one year, $35. Position extra. E. O. 
D., 2-3 of daily rates. Reading notices, 15 
to 25 cents a line. Weekly rates, % less 
than daily. 

EVENING EXPRESS. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Republican. Established 1882. 
Evening Express Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $5; sworn average circulation 
for 1901 to June 30, 9,628; 10 and 12 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, per inch, one 
time, 75 cents; 3 times, $1.50; one week, $2; 
one month, $6; three months, $14.50; six 
months, $23; one year, $40. Extra composi- 
tion, 10 cents an inch; position extra. Read- 
ing notices, 25 cents a line; pure readers, 
30 cents a line. Also publishes SUNDAY 
TELEGRAM, which see. 



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PRESS. Every morning, except Sunday, 
and MAINE STATE PHESS, Thursdays. 
Republican. Established 1862. Portland Pub- 
lishing Co.. publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$6; sworn average circulation, 5,528*; weekly, 
$1; estimated circulation, 2,500; 8 to 12 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
50 cents; one week, $1.50; one month, $4; 
three months, $12; six months, $20; one year, 
$35; position extra. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates. 
Special notices, 1-3 additional. Reading no- 
tices, 15 and 25 cents a line. Weekly, 1-3 
less than daily rate. Reading notices, same 
as in daily. 



SUNDAY TELEGRAM. Every Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1881. Evening Ex- 
press Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; sworn average circulation for 
year 1900, 6.965*; 16 to 28 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
he 



inc 



Can use matrices. 



Advertising rates, per inch, one time, 75 
cents; one month, $2.25; three months, $6; 
six months, $9; one -year, $15. Position 25 
and 50 per cent extra. Extra composition, 
10 cents an inch. Reading notices 25 cents 
a line; pure readers, 30 cents a line; 33 1-3 
per cent discount from display rates when 
same adv. appears in the Evening Express. 

TRANSCRIPT. (See Westbrook, Me.) 

WELCOME GUEST. Monthly. Literature. 
Established 1889. P. J. Smith & Co., Inc., 
publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; guaran- 
teed circulation, 400,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 14 inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 
20th of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.50 a line (rate 
in effect Oct., 1901; present rate to Oct., 
$1.25 a line). 

ROCKLAND 

STAR. Every morning except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1894. D. N. Thayer, 
publisher. Subscription, $6; claimed circu- 
lation, 3,250; 4 pages, 8 columns; length 
of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 50 
cents; one week, $1.50; one month, $5; three 
months, $13.50; six months, *$16.50; one year, 
$25. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rate. Readers, 
nonpareil, 10 cents a line first time, 6 cents 
after, or $1.25 a line by the month. Pure 
reading, 25 cents per count line. Metal cuts 
required. 

COURIER - GAZETTE. Semi - Weekly, 
Tuesdays and Saturdays. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1845. The Rockland Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; claimed 
circulation, 4,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, less than 500 inches, 
used within one year, 17 cents an Inch; 
positions, 18 and 20 cents an inch; 500 inches, 
16 cents; positions, 17 and 18 cents; 1,200 



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inches, 15 cents; positions. 16 and 17 cents. 
Classified. 5 lines or less, one time, 25 cents; 
4 times, 50 cents. Reading notices, 10 cents 
per count line. 

SOUTH FREEPORT 

POULTRYMAN AND POMOLOGIST. 
Monthly. Poultry and Fruit. Established 
1899. Geo. I'. Coffin, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, 25 cents; guaranteed average circula- 
tion, 5,000*; 16 pages. 3 columns; length of 
columns, 10 inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, per time, 75 
cents'. Discounts: 3 months, 10 per cent; 
6 months, 15 per cent; one year, 25 per cent. 

WATER VILLE 

TURF, FARM AND HOME. Every Wed- 
nesday. Established 1889. Turf Publishing 
Co., publishers, Subscription, $1.50; claimed 
circu.ation, 6,000; 24 to 48 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.25; 
one month, $4; three months, $9; six months, 
$lo; one year, $25. Reading notices, 10 cents 
a line. 

AMERICAN NATION. Monthly. Estab- 
lished 1892. American Nation Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, 50 cents; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns; 13% inches; 
width, 214 inches 1 . Can use matrices if sent 
to New York office, 525 Temple Court. 
Forms close 1st of preceding month. 

Advertising rates: This paper is one of 
the "Sawyer Trio," which is composed of 
the AMERICAN NATION, HOME TREAS- 
URY and FIRESIDE GBM. Combined 
claimed circulation, 1,200,000. Advertising 
rate for the list, $4 per agate line each 
time. Special position (under 50 lines), 
$4.80 a line. Reading notices, $4.80 a line. 
Separate rates', for the AMERICAN NA- 
TION, $2.00. Special position, $2,40. Read- 
ing matter, $2.40; B'IRESIDE GEM, $1; 
Special position or reading, $1.20. SOME 
TREASURY, $1.50; special position, or read- 
ing, $1.80. Special rate, combined list, for 
V* page, one time, $700; % page, $1,200; one 
page, $1.900. 

See advertisement on page 462. 

CLIFTON MONTHLY. Household. Es- 
tablished 1899. Watorville Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; esti- 
mated circulation, 100,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns!, 13% inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close 15th of month. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 391. 

FIRESIDE GEM. Monthly. Fiction. Es- 
tablished 1891. Sawyer Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 75 cents'; 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 13% inches; 
wid<th, 2% inches. 

For advertising rates and circulation, see 
AMERICAN NATION. 



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HOME QUEEN. Monthly. Family. Es- 
tablished in Philadelphia, Pa., 1881. Home 
Queeu. Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimed circulation, 400,000; 16 pages!, 
4 columns; length of columns, 13% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices if sent 
to New York office, 525 Temple Court. 
Forms close loth of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 a line. 
Reading notices, $1.50 a line. Special rate 
for 1,4 page (189 lines), one time, $220; % 
page, $380; one page, $600. 

See advertisement on page 462. 



HOME TREASURY. Monthly. Estab- 
lished 1893; 16 pages', 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13% inches; width, 2>4 inches. 

For advertising rates and circulation, see 
AMERICAN NATION. 



QUESTIONS. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1896. Questions Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 25 cents; claimed 
average circulation, for three months' end- 
ing March, 1901, 32.842; 16 to 64 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 23-16 inches. Forms close 20th pre- 
ceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
No discount for time or space. 



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THE YANKEE) BLADE. Monthly (15th). 
Established 1841. W. M. Ladd Publishing 
Co. publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 60,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14'Vi inches, width, ZYa 
inches. Forms close loth preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 

No discount for time or space. 



WESTBROOK 

TRANSCRIPT. (Formerly Portland, Me.) 
Every Wedne:4day. Literary and News. Es^- 
tablished 1837. Transcript Company, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 19,955; 8 to 16 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20% inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches*. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, ajrate, 10 cents a line. 
No discount for time or space. Special 
pages extra. Reading notices, solid non- 
pareil, 30 cents; solid minion. 40 cents. 

See advertisement oil page 513. 



SUCCESS. Monthly. Established 1894. 
Wateryille Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 25 cents; guaranteed average cir- 
culation, 100,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 13% inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 
Forms close 15th preceding month. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents per agate line. 

See advertisement on page 391. 




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BALTIMORE 

AMERICAN. Every morning and also 
SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Republican. Established 1773. Charles C. 
Fulton & Co., proprietors; Felix Agnus, 
publisher. Subscription daily, $3; sworn 
avt-rage circulation, 60,500; Sunday, $1.50; 
sworn average circulation for year 1900, 
54,334*; semi- weekly, $1; sworn average cir- 
culation, 14,898*; 12 pages (Sunday 36 pay^s), 
8 columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Oan use matricss. Office, 
Corner Baltimore and South streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, inside 
pages, per line, 15 cents; subsequent inser- 
tions, 7% cents; one month, per line, $1.50; 
E. O. D., $1.20 per mouth; twice a week, 
95 cents per month; line contracts, 1,000 
lines, 9 cents; 5,000 lines, 8 cents; 10,000 
lines, 7 cents; special positions, 25 to 100 
per cent extra. Pure reading notices, 50 
cents to $1 a line. Semi-weekly, 20 cents 
per line; three mouths, $2 per line; six 
months, $3.75 per line; 12 months, $5.00 per 
line. Reading notices, same as daily. Sun- 
day, 20 cents a line flrst time; 15 cents after; 
three months, $1.62%; six months, $2.86; one 
year, $5.20 per line. Line contracts, Sunday, 
1,000 lines, 15 cents a line; 5,000 lines, 12% 
cents; 10,000 lines, 10 cents a line. Pure 
reading same as daily. Local notices with 
"adv." mark, 20 cents a line in daily or 
Sunday; 25 cents a line in weekly. 

See advertisement on page 459. 

DEUTSCHE CORRESPONDENT. Every 
morning, and WEEKLY, Fridays. German. 
Established 1841. Edward Itnine, publisher 
Subscription, daily and Sunday, $7.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 11,000; weekly, $2.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 4,000, 12 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns, 25% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, Baltimore 
street and Post Office avenue. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, $1.80; three times, $3.60; six times, 
$6.30; one month, $15; three months, $33; six 
months, $56; one year, $75. Special line rates 
for E. O. D., etc. Position extra. 1st page 
or 4th page reading notices, 20 cents per 
line with discounts. Weekly, 15 cents a 
line. 

JOURNAL. Every morning except Sun- 
day, DIE SONNTAGS POST, Sundays and 
DIE NEUE ZEIT. Weekly. German. Es- 
tablished, daily, 1881. Sunday, 1885. Journal 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; estimated circulation, 6,700; Sun- 
day, $1.50; estimated circulation, 10.000; 
daily, 8 pages; Sunday, 16 pages; weekly, 
12 pages; 6 columns; length of columns, 
daily, 19^4 inches: width, 2% inches. Office, 
5 Post Office avenue. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
$1.50; one month, $15; three months, $25; six 



months, $35; one year, $50. Reading notices, 
20 cents a line. Classified advertisements, 
12% cents a Une. Sunday, one inch, one 
time, $1.50; one month, $4.20; three months, 
$10; six months, $15; one year, $20. Special 
positions, extra. 

MORNING HERALD. Every morning, 
SUNDAY HERALD and HERALD, Fri- 
days. Independent. Established 1875. The 
Herald Publishing* Co., publishers. Wesley 
M. Oler, 1'res.; Frank F. Peard, Treas. and 
Business Manager. Subscription, daily, $3; 
claimed average circulation, 37,880; Sunday, 
$1.50; claimed average circulation, 32,951; 
weekly, 50 cents; esumated circulation, 17,- 
500; 12 pages (Sunday 36 and 40 pages); 
daily, Sunday and weekly, 8 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; wiuth, 2 1-12 inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, Fayette and St. 
Paul streets. 

Advertising rates, daily and Sunday, 
agate, 12% a line flrst time; 614 cents after- 
ward (nothing less than 14 lines). First 
page (ligut face type), 25 cents a line each 
insertion. Line contracts, 1,200 lines, 9 cents 
a line; 2,500 lines, 8% cents; 5,000 lines, 8 
cents; 10,000 lines, 7% cents; 25,000 lines, 
7 cents, .ueneated matter on line contracts 
in daily, 5 cents a line; Sunday, 1% cents 
less per line per time. Preferred position, 
15 to 25 per cent extra. Classified, 1 cent 
a word each Insertion. Readers, 20 and 25 
cents per line each time, with discounts 
for 500 lines and over. Weekly, 6 cents a 
line. Reading notices, 15 cents per line. 
Discounts on display and readers, one 
month, 15 per cent; three months, 25 per 
cent; six months, 30 per cent; one year, 
40 per cent. 

See advertisement on page 394. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1871. Evening 
News Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; sworn average circulation for year 
1900, 37,612*; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, Baltimore and 
Grant streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, per line, 
one time, 10 cents; each subsequent con- 
secutive insertion, 7% cents; 2,000 lines, 8 
cents; o.OOO lines, 7 cents; 10,000 line.s, 6 
cents. Reading notices, nonpareil count, 15 
cents a line with discounts for amounts $100 
and over. Classified advertisements, 1 cent 
a word: one mouth, $1 a line. 

See advertisement on page 416. 

SUN. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays. Established 1837. 
Independent. A. S. Abell Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily $6; estimated circulation, 
65,000; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 



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30,000, 8 to 12 pages, 8 columns; length of 
columns. 25*4 inches; width, 21-12 Inches. 
Office, Baltimore and South streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 4 lines, 
one time, 60 cents; each additional inser- 
tion, 30 cents; one month, $6; every other 
day, 4 lines, one time, 60 cents; subsequent 
insertions, 35 cents; two times a week, 4 
lines, one time, 60 cents; subsequent inser- 
tions, 4u cents; one time a week, 15 cents 
per line each Insertion. First page, nonpa- 
reil, 25 cents per line each insertion; fourth 
page, last or local news page, agate, ' 20 
cents per line each time (nothing less than 
3 lines), weekly, 4 lines, or less before mar- 
riages, $1; after marriages, 2 lines or less, 
40 cents each insertion; each additional 
line, 20 cents each insertion. No cuts, large 
type or double columns inserted in either 
paper. Use of borders and contour type, 
one time rate and 50 per cent additional for 
portion so set. 

WORLD. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1890. The World 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; estimated 
circulation, 25,000; 8 pages, 7 columns.; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 206 N. 
Calvert street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
one mont.ii, 8 cents a line; six months, 5 
cents a line; one year, 4 cents a line; 5,000 
lines, 6 cents; 10,000 lines, 5 cents. Reading 
notices, 20 and 30 cents. 

See advertisement on page 484. 

BAYERISCHES WOCHENBLATT. Ev- 
ery Wednesday. German. Established 1880. 
August Strauff & Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2.50; claimed circulation, 10,600; 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns. 18% 
inches; widui, 2% inches. Office, 113 Cheap- 
side. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
subsequent insertions. 50 cents; 1 inch, three 
months, $5; six months, $8; one year, $12. 
Reading notices, long primer, 10 cents a 
line. 

CATHOLIC MIRROR. Every Saturday. 
Roman Catholic. Official organ of Cardinal 
Gibbons. Established 1850. Catholic Mirror 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$2; estimated circulation, 16,500; 20 pages; 
length of columns, 14% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 406 North Howard street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time,- $2.15; 
one month, $5.60; six months. $24; one year, 
$41.40; 2 inches one month. $10.60; one year, 
J57.60. Reading notices, 15 cents per line, 
agate. 

CHIMES (The). Every Saturday. Relig- 
ious. Established 1850. Chimes Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
average circulation. 22,500; 8 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12 inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, 1 time, $2.15; 
one month, $5.60; three months, $14; six 
months, $24; one year, $41.40. Reduced rates 
for larger space. 



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JEWISH EXPONENT. (See Philadel- 
phia.) 

KATHOLISOHE VOLKS ZETTUNG. 
Every Saturday. German. Catholic. Es- 
tablished 1860. Kreuzer Brothers, publish- 
ers. Subscription, $2.50; claimed circulation, 
21,500; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns. 20% inches; width, 2V4 inches. Office, 
212 N. Calvert street. A supplement, called 
BALTIMORE, is issued for Maryland and 
the District of Columbia. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch, one 
time, $1; one month, $3; three months, $8; 
six months, $i4; one year, $25; 2 inches, one 
month, $5.25; one year, $42. Reading mat- 
ter, 15 cents per line. 

METHODIST. Every Thursday. Metho- 
dist Episconal. Established 1879. Baltimore 
Methodist Publishing and Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1.50; estimated cir- 
culation. 4,250; 24 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 11& inches; width, 21-5 inches. 
Office, 6 South Calvert street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $3.25; three months, $7.80; six 
months, $i^.50; one year, $20. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents a line. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT. Every 
Wednesuay. Methodist. Established 1831. 
F. T. Flagg. publisher. Subscription. $2; 
claimed circulation, 6,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13% inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 8 E. Baltimore street. 

Advertising rates, agate measure, 8 cents 
a line. Reading notices, 15 cents; discounts, 
10 per cent on 2 times or 100 lines; 20 per 
cent on one month, or 200 lines; 30 per ce~nt 
on three months, or 300 lines; 40 per cent 
on six months, or 500 lines; 50 per cent on 
one year, or 1,000 lines, Nonpareil type used 
for advertisements. 

SATURDAY REVIEW. Every Saturday. 
Literary. Established 1876. T. J. Went- 
worth, publisher. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 11x16. 
Office, 228 East Baltimore street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

WECKER. Every Sunday. German. Re- 
publican, established 1851. C. H. Milter, 
publishers!. Subscription, $1.50; estimated 
circulation, 7,500; 16 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 7 Post Office avenue. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, three months, 
$8; six months, $12.50; one year, $20; 500 
lines, agate, 7% cents a line; 1,000 lines, 5 
cents; special rates on large contracts. 

FARMERS' AND PLANTERS' GUIDE. 
Monthly. Agricultural. Established as the 
Maryland Farmer, 1864. Geo. O. Cover, pub- 
lisjier. Subscription. 50 cents; guaranteed 
average circulation. 16,425; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, iz inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Forms close 25th preceding 
month. Office, 6 South Calvert street. 



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Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1.50 per 
inch; three months, $4; six months. $7; one 
year, $12. Special notices, 15 cents per line 
lirst insertion, lu cents after. Classified 
ndvs, 1 cent a word. Buyers' Directory one 
line, one year, $1; 2 lines, $1.75; more than 
2 lines. 75 cents a line. 



MONTH. Monthly. Catholic. Estab- 
lished Isno. John Murphy & Co., publishers. 
Estimated circulation, 5,000; 150 pages, 6x10. 

Advertising rates on application. 



PATENT RECORD. Monthly. See Wash- 
ington, i>. C. 

POULTR\ AND FARM. Monthly (15th). 
Established 1895. Poultry and Farm Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 25 
cents; guaranteed average circulation for 
year 1900, 17,874*; 16 pages. 3 columns; length 
of columns, 10% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close 8th of the month. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rates, 8 cents a line agate. 
Discounts, 5 per cent on 150 lines: 10 per 
cent on 300 lines; 15 per cent on 600 lines; 20 
per cent on 1,200 lines. Classified, 1 cent a 
word. 



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SOUTHERN FARM MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. Agricultural. Established 1893. 
Manufacturers' Record Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circu- 
lation, 14,000; 36 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, li'/t inches; width, 2 1 ,4 inches. 
Can use matrices. Forms close 15th of 
preceding month. Office, Manufacturers' 
Record Building. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
$1.35; three months, $3.65; six months, $6.89; 
one year, $12.16. Reducfd rate for larger 
space. Line rate, 12 cents, per insertion, 
with discounts, 5 per cent on two months; 
10 per cent on three months; 15 per cent on 
six months; 26 per cent on one year. 



SALISBURY 

EASTERN SHORE FARMER AND 
FRUIT CULTURIST. formerly the Straw- 
berry Culturist. Monthly. Horticultural. 
Established 1893. Eastern Shore Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed circulation, 50,000; 16 to 20 pages. 4 
columns; length of columns, 12 inches; 
width. 214 inches. Forms close 28th of pre- 
ceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line, 
each insertion. 

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ATHOL 

COTTAGER. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1882. Cottager Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; guaranteed average cir- 
culation, 14,093; 8 pages, 5 columns; length 
of columns, 17& inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 15 cents per agate line. 
Discounts, 5 per cent, on six months; 10 
Additional discount 



per cent on one year, 
for over 



two inches. 

HEALTHY HOME. Monthly. Domestic. 
Hygiene. Established 1890. W. H. Brock 
& Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed average circulation, 15,137*; 4 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns, 17 inches; 
width, 21-6 inches. Forms close 15th pre- 
ceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Discounts, 5 per cent on six months; 10 
per cent on one year. Additional discount 
for over two Inches. 



BOSTON 

ADVERTISER. Every morning, except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Repub- 
lican. Established 1811. Advertiser News- 
paper Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$6; claimed circulation, 23,600; weekly, $1; 
daily. 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20% inches; width, 21-6 inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 248 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 1st page, 
20 cents per line; financial page. 20 cents; 
4th and. 8th pa'ge, 15 cents. Ordinary 12% 
cents a line. Real estate, auctions and 
Shipping., 12% cents first time; 7% cents 
afterwards. Special notices, 20 cents. Busi- 
ness notices, first page, 75 cents; fifth or 
eighth, 50 cents Locals, $1 per line. No 
charge for cuts or double column. Weekly, 
7% cents a line. Locals, 30 cents. 

DER TELEGRAPH. Every evening ex- 
oent Sunday and NEW ENGLAND STAA- 
TEX ZEITUNG. Saturdays. German. In- 
denendent. Established, daily, 1885; weekly, 
1875, Telegraph Printing Co., publishers. 
Kraft & Rueger, proprietors. Subscription, 
flaily. $6: claimed circulation, 5,000; weekly, 
$2; claimed circulation, 6,000; 4 to 6 pages 
(weekly, 12 pages), 6 columns; length of 
columns, dally. 20 inches; width, 2^ inches. 
Office, 27 Beach street. 

Advertising rates, weekly, per inch, per 
time, 40 cents: preferred positions, 25 per 
cent extra. Discounts; one month, 10 per 
cent; three months. 15 per cent: six months, 
25 per cent; special notices, $1 per Inch. 
Business notices, $1 an inch. Reading 
notices, 25 cents a line. Rates for daily 
furnished on application. 



EVENING RECORD.-Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Republican. , Established 
1884. W. E. Barrett, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, |3; claimed circulation, 103,000; 8 pages, 

7 columns; length of columns, 20% inches; 
width, 2 1-7 inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice, 248 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 1st page, 
25 cents; 2d, 3d, 5th and 6th pages, 15 cents; 
4th and 8th pages, 18 cents; 7th page, 12% 
cents per line each insertion. Classified (no 
display), 1 cent a word. Business notices, 
40 to 60 cents a line. Local notices, $1 to 
$1.50 a line. No extra charge for cuts or 
double column. 

EVENING TRANSCRIPT.-Every even- 
ing except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. 
Independent Republican. Established 1830. 
Boston Transcript Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $9; claimed average circu- 
lation, 25,337; weekly, $1.50; claimed circu- 
lation, 3,400; 10 to 32 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21 1-7 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 324 Wash- 
ington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 1st page, 
25 cents; other outside pages and editorial 
page, 20 cents a line; run of paper, 12% 
cents; classified, 12% cents a line first time; 
10 cents each subsequent consecutive Inser- 
tion. Reading notices, 1st page, $2; other 
pages, $1.50 per nonpareil line; run of paper, 
with full rule above, 25 cents per nonpareil 
line; double column, 25 per cent extra. 
Weekly, 10 cents per line each insertion. 

GLOBE. Every morning and every even- 
ing except Sunday, and SUNDAY GLOBE. 
Independent. Established 1872. The Globe 
Newspaper Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $6; claimed average circulation ror 
year 1900, 189,120*; Sunday, $2; claimed aver- 
age circulation for same period, 253,057*; 
daily, 12 to 16 pages; Sunday, 48 to 52 pages; 

8 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
236-244 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, daily, classified, per 
line, 12% cents; displayed, run of paper, 20 
cents; 4th, 5th, editorial, facing editorial, 
household, financial, and last pages, 25 
cents; 1st page, 40 cents each insertion; 
double and triple columns, one price extra 
for each column rule broken. Cuts and ex- 
tra large type. 40 cents; 1st page, 50 cents 
per line. Reading notices, 50 cents to $1.50 
per line; medical, daily, run of paper. 30 
cents; cuts or rule work, 50 cents; classified, 
medical, no cuts, etc., 30 cents per line. 
Sunday, classified, 12% cents; display 20 
cents; special pages, 25 cents; 1st page, 50 
cents; pages 4, 9 and editorial, 30 cents per 
line. Cuts and large type, 1st page, 70 
cents; other pages, 40 cents per line. Read- 
ing notices, 50 cents to $2 a line; medical, 



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50 cents; classified medical, 40 cents; cuts in 
medical, 75 cents. Double column as in 
daily. 

HERALD. Every morning and evening 
except Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. 
Independent. Established. 1846. Boston Her- 
ald Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily, $6; 
claimed circulation, 178,075; Sunday, $2; 
claimed circulation, 174,362; 12 pages (Sunday, 
32 to 44 pages), 8 columns; length of col- 
umns, 22 5-8 inches; width, 2 Inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 255 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, per line, 
each insertion, ordinary, no display, 12V 2 
cents per line; displayed, run of paper, 25 
cents; editorial page, 35 cents; first page, 40 
cents; last page, 30 cents per line; if double 
and triple column, for each column rule 
broken one price extra. Cuts and extra 
large type, any page except 1st, 40 cents. 
(1st page, 50 cents); medicines and medical 
publications, 40 cents; medical cards, 50 cents 
per line. Reading notices, 50 cents to $2; 
Sunday, no display, 12% cents per line; dis- 
play, run of paper, 20 cents; special pages, 
25 and 30 cents; editorial page, 35 cents; 1st 
page, 50 cents per line; double and triple 
column, as in daily. Cuts and extra large 
type, 1st page, $1; other pages, 40 cents. 
Reading notices, bottom of column, 1st 
page, $2; other pages, $1; last page, 75 cents; 
10th page, preceding advertisements, 50 
cents (medical, etc., as In daily). Nothing 
less than 25 cents each insertion, except 
situations, which are 5 cents a line set 
solid. 

See advertisement on pages 374 and 380. 



JOURNAL. Every morning, including 
Sunday, and every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays, also NEW ENG- 
LAND HOME MAGAZINE, issued weekly 
with Sunday Journal, and independently. 
(For description, see elsewhere). Republican. 
Established 1833. Journal Newspaper Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, $6; Sunday, $2; 
claimed circulation, 80,000; weekly, $1; 
claimed circulation, 31,000; daily, 8 to 12; 
weekly, 8; Sunday, 48 pages, and magazine 
supplement (New England Home Magazine) 
8 columns; length of columns, 22 Inches; 
width. 2 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
264 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, run of 
paper, 15 cents; 2d page, and page facing 
editorial, 16 2-3 cents; editorial and last 
page, 18 cents; financial page, 20 cents; 1st 
page, 25 cents. Special notices, 25 cents; 
business notices, 50 and 60 cents. Reading 
notices, $1 to $1.50 per line. Sunday, 15 
cents; special page, 20 and 25 cents: for 
magazine rates, see New England Home 
Magazine; business notices, 50 and 60 
cents. Reading notices same as in daily. 
Classified, daily or Sunday, 10 cents; medi- 
cal, classified, 15 cents per line. No extra 
charge for cuts or double column. 

See advertisement on page 411. 

POST. Every morning. Independent Dem- 
ocratic. Established 1831. E. A. Grozier, 
editor and publisher. Subscription, daily, 



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$3; Sunday, $1.50; claimed circulation, 159,000 
(Sunday, 120,678); daily, 8 to 16 pages; Sun- 
day, 32 to 48 pages; 7 columns; length of 
columns. 21 inches; width. 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 259 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily per line, 
15 cents; last page, 20 cents; 1st page, 30 
cents; financial and political, 20 cents; 
amusements, 20 cents; new publications, 15 
cents; medical, 25 cents: editorial page 18 
cents; no extra charge for cuts or broken 
columns; classified advertisements, 12% 
cents a line. Reading notices, 50 cents to 
$1.50 per line. Sunday, same rate as daily, 
excepting first page, 25 cents. Position in 
daily or Sunday, 14 extra, but waived on 
contracts. 

See advertisement on page 376. 

TRAVELER. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Established 1824. Boston Traveler Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; sworn 
average circulation for four months ending 
April 30, 1901, 68,167*; 8 to 16 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19% inches; width. 

2 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 307 
Washington street. 

Advertising rates, dally, agate, run of 
paper, 12% cents; page facing editorial, 12% 
cents; editorial page, 20 cents a line; first 
page, 25 cents a line. Classified, 12% centb 
a line. Reading notices, 50 and 75 cents 
and $1 per line. 

AMERICAN ARCHITECT AND BUILD- 
ING NEWS. Every Saturday. Architec- 
ture, Engineering, Decoration, Construction. 
Established 1876. American Architect and 
Building News Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $6; estimated circulation, 7,000; 48 
pages, 3 columns: length of columns. 12 
Inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. Office, 211 Tre- 
mont street. 

Advertising rates. 1 Inch, one time, $2; 
one month, $7; three months. $20: six 
months, $35; one year, $60: 2 inches, $108.80; 

3 inches, $153; 4 inches, $192 one year. Out- 
side pages and pages next to reading mat- 
ter, 50 per cent extra. Cuts at ordinary 
rates. 



AMERICAN CITIZEN. Every Saturday. 
Patriotic. Established 1891, and BRITISH 
AMERICAN CITIZEN, established, 1887. 
American Citizen Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2 each paper; guaranteed com- 
bined circulation, 7,500; 8 pages, 6 columns: 
length of columns, 19% inches; width, 2 1-6 
Inches. Office 127 A, Tremont street. 

Advertising rates, 15 cents a line, agate. 
Discounts for continued Insertions, Read- 
ing notices, 50 cents a line. 

All advertisements Inserted In both pa- 
pers. 

AMERICAN CULTIVATOR. Every Sat- 
urday, Agricultural and Live Stock. Estab- 
lished 1839. George B. James, publisher. 
Subscription, $2; claimed circulation. 31,783. 
16 pages. 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
Inches; width, 2'A inches. Office, 220 Wash- 
ington street. 



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Advertising rates, agate, 35 cents; subse- 
quent insertions, 30 cents per line; outside 
page, first, 40 cents; subsequent insertions, 
35 cents per line. Cuts same price. Special 
notices, 40 cents; business notices, 50 cents 
per line each insertion. Reading matter no- 
tices, 75 cents per line, count each inser- 
tion. Nothing less than $2 first insertion. 

AMERICAN HORSE BREEDER. Every 
Tuesday. Trotting Horse Interests. Estab- 
lished 1881. Geo. B. James, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $2; claimed circulation, 27,943; 24 
pages and over, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 14 inches; width, 214 inches. Office, 
220 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, $3; 
three months, $30; six months, $45; one 
year, $70. Cuts same price; special notices, 
40 cents a line; business notices, 50 cents; 
reading matter, 75 cents a line. 

AMERICAN STOCK KEEPER. Every 
Saturday. Live Stock. Established 1888. 
American Stock Keeper Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 7,000; 16 pages, 11x15. Office, 30 Broad 
street. 

Advertising rates, $1 an inch first time, 60 
cents each subsequent insertion. 

ANZEIGER. Every Saturday. German. 
Independent. Established 1888. F. E. 
Nickels, puoiisher. Subscription, 51.50; 
claimed average circulation, for year 1900, 
6,300; 20 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 132 Pearl street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one month, $2; three months, $5;' six 
months, $9; one year, $16; 2 inches, one 
time, $1.25; one month, $3.75; three months. 
$9; six months, $16; one year, $30. Reduced 
rates for larger space. Open space, used 
within one year, 1,000 lines, 4 cents a line; 
2,000 lines, 3% cents; 3,000 lines, 3% cents; 
4,000 lines. 314 cents; 5,000 lines, 3 cents n 
line; position % extra. Reading notices, 10 
cents per agate line. 



BANKER AND TRADESMAN AND MAS- 
SACHUSETTS LAW REPORTER. Every 
Wednesday. Commercial and Legal. Es- 
tablished 1872. Banker and Tradesman Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $5; estimated cir- 
culation, 14,000; 24 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 11 inches; width, 2V a inches. 
Office, 220 Devonshire street. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 per inch, each in- 
sertion; 1st pages, $2. Discounts, three 
months, 10 per cent; six months, 15 per cent; 
one year, 25 per cent. Reading notices, 50 
cents a line. 

BANNER OF LIGHT. Every Saturday. 
Spiritualist. Established 1857. Banner of 
Light Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; claimed circulation, 20,000; 8 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns, 19 inches; 
wldtu, 2 7-16 inches. Office, 204 Dartmouth 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line. 25 
cents; discounts: 200 lines or three months, 
10 per cent; 500 lines or six months, 25 per 



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cent; 1,000 lines or one year, 40 per cent. 
Reading notices 50 cents per minion line. 

BEACON. Every Saturday. Independent. 
Established 1884. Beacon Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 8,000; 20 to 28 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 10% inches; width, 2 1 A 
Inches. Office, 295 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line 
or $2 per inch each insertion. Discounts, 
10 per cent on four times; 25 per cent on 
three months; 33 1-3 per cent on six months; 
40 per cent on one year. 

BUDGET. Every Saturday. Illustrated. 
Home. Established 1879. Budget Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2.50; estimated cir- 
culation, 12,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 14 inches; width, 2*4 inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 220 Washington 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12% cents a line, 
with time discounts. 

CHARLESTOWN ENTERPRISE. Every 
Saturday. Local. Established 1878. Charles- 
town Enterprise Co., Publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; estimated circulation, 7,500; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns. 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, City Square, 
Charlestown district. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch, one 
time, $1; one month, $2; three months, $5; 
six months, $9; one year, $15. Reading no- 
tices. 10 cents a line; locals, 30 cents a line. 

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR WORLD. 
Every Thursday, Evangelical. Established 
1886. Golden Rule Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; guaranteed average circula,- 
tion, 95,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 13!i inches; width, 2^4 inches. 
Office, Treniont Temple. 

Advertising rates, agate, 65 cents per line. 
Discounts of 10, 15, 20, 25, 30. and 33 1-3 per 
cent on orders aggregating 100, 200, 300, 500, 
1,000, and 1,500 lines respectively. Reading 
notices, 85 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 401. 

CHRISTIAN REGISTER. Every Thurs- 
day. Unitarian. Established 1821. Chris- 
tian Register Association, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2: claimed average circulation. 
9,800; 28 to 32 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 9% inches, width, 2 1-3 inches. Of- 
fice, 272 Congress street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line 
each insertion. Business notices, 20 cents 
per line (no reading matter notices in- 
serted). Discounts, 10 per cent on four 
times, 15 per cent on eight times; thirteen 
times, 25 per cent; twenty-six times, 30 per 
cent; one year 35 per cent. 



CHRISTIAN WITNESS. Every Thurs 
day. Holiness. Established 1871. Christian 
Witness Co., publishers. Subscription, $1.50; 
claimed circulation. 10,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 14 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 36 Bromfield street. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents per agate line. 
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mouths, 20 per cent; nine months, 30 per 
cent; twelve months, 40 per cent. Reading 
notices, 25 cents per line. 

COMMERCIAL. Every Saturday, Inde- 
pendent . Established 1884. Commercial 
Newspaper Co., publishers. John D. Dwyer, 
editor. Subscription, $2; estimated circula- 
tion, 8,000; 8 pages, 17x24. Office, 266 Wash- 
ington street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

COMMERCIAL BULLETIN. Every Sat- 
urday. Established 1859. Curtis Guild & 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; estimated 
circulation, 12,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21 inches; width, 2^4 inches. 
Office, 282 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 lines, one timt, 
$1; 6 lines, one year, $40. 

CONGREGATIONALISM Every S a t u r- 
day, Congregational. Established 1816. The 
Pilgrim Press, publishers. Subscription, $3; 
claimed circulation, 24,500; 40 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 11% inches; width, 
2 5-16 inches. Issue also on first Saturday 
of each month, magazine number (60 pages, 
illustrated), entitled, "THE CHRISTIAN 
WORLD." Office, 14 Beacon street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line 
each insertion. Reading notices, leaded 50 
cents ft line, discounts on display as fol- 
lows: $25, 10 per cent; $60, 15 per cent; $75, 
20 per cent; $100, 25 per cent; $250, 30 per 
cent; $400. 33 1-3 per cent. 

COURIER. Every Sunday. Independent. 
Established 1795. Joseph P. Travers, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $2.50; claimed circula- 
tion, 16,000: 4 pages, 9 columns: length of 
columns, 35 Inches; width, 23-8 inches. 
Office, 309 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate. 15 cents a line: 
double column, V\ extra. Special notices, 20 
cents per line each insertion. City notices, 
25 cents. Reading notices, run of paper, 50 
cents. 



HOME JOURNAL. Every Saturday. Il- 
lustrated Society and Literary. ICstablished 
1846. Subscription, $3; claimed circulation. 
9,500; 24 pages, 3 columns: length of col- 
umns, 10 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, cor. Summer and 
South streets. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per 
line each insertion. Discount of 25 per cent 
on three months and over, or on 1,000 lines. 
or more. 

IDEAS. Every Saturday. Literary, Dra- 
matic, etc. Established 1892. Idea Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,000; 8 pages, 5 columns; 
length of columns. 15% inches; width, 2& 
inches. Office, 61 Essex street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12% cents a line; 
one inch, one time, $1.75; one month, $6.50; 
three months, $17; six months, $29.50; one 
year, $50. Reading notices 50 per cent more. 

ILLUSTRATED POLICE NEWS. Every 
Saturday. Sporting. Established 1842. 
Alden Publishing Co., publishers. "Subscrip- 



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tion, $4; claimed circulation, 50,000; 16 pages, 

4 columns; length of columns, 14V4 inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Forms close one week 
in advance. Office, 4 Alden street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 50 cents a line. Discounts, 

5 per cent on three months; 10 per cent on 
six months; 20 per cent on one year. 

JOURNAL OF EDUCATION.-E very 
Thursday. Educational. Established 1875. 
New England publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2.50; claimed circulation, 17,- 
500; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
13 5-8 inches; width, 2 3-8 inches. Office, 211- 
215 Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
one inch, $2.50; ^4 page $20; % page, $35; one 
page, $60 per time. 

LIVING AGE. Every Saturday. Literary. 
Established 1844. The Living Age Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $6; circulation, re- 
fused; 64 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 8 inches; width, 2% inches.' Forms 
close Tuesday of preceding week. Office, 
13% Bromfield street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents a 
line. One page, one time, $30; 34 and % 
pages, pro rata. Discounts, 10, 15, 25 and 
33 1-3 per cent on 6, 13, 26 and 52 Insertions, 
respectively. 



MASSACHUSETTS PLOUGHMAN. Ev- 
ery Saturday. Agricultural. Established 
1841. Massachusetts Ploughman Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; claimed 
circulation, 9,849; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 20 inches; width, 2^4 inches. Of- 
nce, 3 State street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

MORNING STAR.-Every Thursday, Free 
Baptist. Established 1826. A. L. Freeman, 
publisher. Subscription, $2; claimed circula- 
tion, 10,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13% inches; width, 2 1-7 inches. 
Office, 457 Shawmut avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line 
each insertion. Discounts, 5 per cent on 
two times, 10 per cent on one mouth; 15 per 
cent on two months, 20 per cent on three 
months; 30 per cent on six months, 35 per 
cent on one year. 

NEW ENGLAND FARMER. Every Sat- 
u r d a y . Agricultural. Established 1822. 
George M. Whitaker, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; estimated circulation, 15,000; 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2y 8 inches. Office, 19 Pearl 
street. Also publishes OUR GRANGE 
HOMES, which see. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one time 15 
cents per line. Liberal discounts for large 
amounts and continued advertising. 

NEW ENGLAND HOME MAGAZINE. 
Every Sunuay. Literary. Issued in connec- 
tion with Sunday Journal, and also inde- 
pendently. Journal Newspaper Co., .pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 10 cents per copy. 
Claimed circulation, 80,000; 52 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 7 6-7 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Forms 



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close ten days in advance. Office, 264 Wash- 
ington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
per page, $40; Vi and % pages, pro rata. In- 
side cover, per line, 25 cents; per page, $50; 
outside cover, per line, 30 cents; per page, 
$60. Discounts, 5 per cent on 4 times; 10 
per cent on 8 times; 15 per cent on 12 times. 

NORTH SHORE, (The). Weekly. Pub- 
lished only during the summer season, com- 
mencing june 29th and ending August 31st, 
(10 issues each season). Established, 1901. 
Lombard & Saylor, publishers. Circulates 
among the summer visitors along the North 
Shore of Massachusetts. Claimed average 
circulation, 5,000; 2 columns to page; length 
of columns, 7 3-8 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close second Saturday preceding date 
of issue. Office, 215 Newbury street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, 5 times, $12.50; 
10 times, $22.50. Nothing smaller than one 
inch, or less than for 5 insertions taken. 



OUR GRAiNGE HOMES. Every Satur- 
day. Grange and Agricultural. Established 
1885. Whitaker Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1.50; estimated circulation." 
5,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
19 Pearl street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 3 cents per 
line. 

' PILOT. Every Saturday. Democratic, 
Roman Catholic. Established 1836. Pilot 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription. 
$2.50; claimed circulation, 75,000; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2 5-16 inches. Office, 630 Washington 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line: 
special pages extra. Reading notices, 40 
cents to $1 a line. Discounts: four times, 
10 per cent; three months, 15 per cent; six 
months, 25 per cent; one year, 33 1-3 per 
cent. 



REPUBLIC. Every Saturday. Democrat- 
ic. Catholic. Established 1882. The Repub- 
lic Publishing Co.. publishers. Subscription, 
$2.50; estimated circulation, 35,000, 8 pages; 
7 columns; length of columns, 21^4 inches; 
width, 2% Inches. Office, 243 Washington 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 20 cents. 
Business notices, according to location, 25 
to 50 cents per line. Discounts, for three 
months or 250 lines, 5 per cent; six months, 
or 500 lines, 10 per cent; one year, or 1,000 
lines, 20 per cent. 

SACRED HEART REVIEW. Every Sat- 
urday. Roman Catholic. Established 1885. 
Review Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2; estimated circulation, 40,000: 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns. 14 
inches; width, 2% Inches. Office, 194 Wash- 
ington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
discounts. 5 per cent on 250 lines: 10 per 
cent or 500 lines, 20 per cent on 1,000 lines 
Reading notices, 30 cents a line. 



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SATURDAY EVENING GAZETTE. Ev- 
ery Saturday. Established 1813. The Even- 
ing Gazette Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$2.50 (foreign, $3.54); guaranteed circulation, 
7.000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
21% inches; width, 2*4 inches. Office, 830 
AVashington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
2 to 8 times, 8 cents; 13 times, 1% cents; 
26 times, 6% cents; one year, 5^ cents a 
line, per time. Reading notices, 12% cents 
a line; "Out and About" notices, 25 cents a 
line. 

See advertisement on page 407. 

SOUTH BOSTON INQUIRER. Every 
Saturday. Established 1871. Inquirer Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription $1; 
estimated circulation, 5,000; 4 to 12 pages, 7, 
columns; length of columns', 22 inches; 
width, 2% inches. " Can use matrices. Office, 
454 Broadway, South Boston district. 

Advertising rates, agate, one inch, one 
time, $1; each subsequent time, 70 cents. 
Yearly contracts, 50 cents an inch per time. 

TIMES. E very Sunday. Independent. 
Established 1864. Elmer C. Rice, publisher. 
Subscription, $2; estimated circulation, 8,000; 
24 pages 4 columns; length of columns, llVfe 
inches; width, 2^ inches. Can use matrices. 
'Office, 20 Hawley street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Time discounts on one month and over on 
request. 

TRUE FLAG. Every Saturday. Fiction. 
Established 1851. True Flag Publishing Co. 
publishers. Subscription, $2.50; estimated 
circulation, 20,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 24 3-8 inches; width, 2* 
Inches. Office, 18 Arch street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line, 
No reading notices. 10 per cent discount on 
250 lines; 15 per cent on 500 lines, 20 per cent 
on 1,000 lines. 



UNIVERSALIST LEADER, formerly 
Christian Leader. Every Thursday. Unl- 
versalist. Established 1819. UniversalLrt 
Publishing House, publishers. Subscription, 
$2; claimed circulation, 22,800; 20 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 13% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 22 School street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line: 
discounts, 4 times or $20, 10 per cent: 8 
times, or $30, 15 per cent: 3 months, or $50, 
20 per cent; 6 months, or $100. 25 per cent: 
one year, or $200 30 per cent. Nonpareil 
reading notices, 50 per cent extra. Minion, 
double price. 

See advertisement on page 489. 

WATCHMAN. Every Thursday. Baptist. 
Established 1819. The Watchman Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2.50; 
claimed circulation, 17.000; 32 pages, 3 col- 
umns: length of columns, 11 inches; width, 
2*4 inches'. Office, 501 Tremont Temple. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 25 cents. 
Discounts, 10 per cent on 250 lines: 25 per 
cent on 500 lines; 30 per cent on 1,000 lines. 
35 per cent on 2,000 lines; 40 per cent on 
4,000 lines. 



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VVAVERLY MAGAZINE. Every Saturday 
Literary. Established 1*50. Waverly Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; 
claimed circulation, 30,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13% inches; 
width, 2>4 inches. Forms closes 2% weeks 
In advance. Office, 15 Waverly Block, Char- 
les-town district 

Advertising rates, 12^ cents per agate 
line. Discounts, one month, 5 per cent; 
three months, 10 per cent; six months, 15 
per cent: nine months, 20 per cent; one 
year, 25 per cent. Reading notices, 25 cents 
a line. 

WELLSPRING.-Every Saturday. Young 
People. Established, 1843. Pilgrim Press, 
publishers. J. H. Tewksbury, Manager. 
Subscription, 75 cents; estimated circula- 
tion, 86,000; 8 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 14 inches; width, 2*4 inches. Also 
publishes PILGRIM TEACHER, which see. 
Office, Congregational House. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 
Discounts. 4 times, or 100 lines 10 per ce'ntj 
13 times, or 500 lines, 20 per cent; 26 time's, 
or 1,000 lines 25 per cent. 

YOUTH'S COMPANION. Every Thurs- 
day. Family and Literary. Established 
1827. Perry Mason Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.75; claimed circulation, 545,342; 
12 to 24 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 14& inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. Of- 
fice, 201 Columbus avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, $4 per line. Dis- 
counts: 100 lines, 10 per cent; 200 lines, 15 
per cent; 300 lines, 20 per cent, 500 lines, 25 
per cent; 1,000 lines, 30 per cent. Special 
notices, $6 per line, count. Small advertis- 
ments of 5 lines or less charged 1 line extra. 
New England edition, circulation, 100,000, 75 
cents a line, discounts on that edition, 5 
per cent on 100 lines; 10 per cent on 200 
lines; 15 per cent on 300 lines; 20 per cent on 
500 lines; 25 per cent on 1,000 lines. 



ZION'S HERALD.-Every Wednesday 
Methodist. Established 1823. Geo. E. Whit- 
aker, publisher. Subscription, $2.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 18,000; 32 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 11*4 inches; width, 
2^4 inches. Office, 36 Bromfleld street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line 
each insertion. Business notices, 30">cents 
per line. Reading notices, 40 cents per 
ngate line. Discounts. 10 per cunt on 100 
lines; 15 per cent on 200; 20 per cent on 300; 
25 per cent on 500; 33 1-3 per cent on 1,000. 

See advertisement on page 381. 

FARM POULTRY. Semi-Monthly. Poul- 
try. Established 1889. Farm Poultry Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 27,498; 28 pages, 4 rol- 
N inns; length of columns, 12*4 inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close 5th and 20th of 
month preceding date of issue. Office, 22 
Custom House street. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents per agate line. 
50 lines, 25 cents: 150 lines, 20 cents; 300 
lines, or more, 15 cents. 



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AMERICAN KITCHEN MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. Culinary. Established 1894. 
Home Science Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; sworn average circulation, 
15,000; 80 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 8 inches, width, 2 inches. Forms 
close 15th preceding month. Office, 28 Oliver 
street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $4; 
% page (2 inches), $7.50; % page, $12.50; % 
page, $25; 1 page, $40; discounts: 5 pei; cent 
on three months; 10 per cent on six months; 
15 per cent on nine mouths; 20 per cent on- 
one year. 

AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR JOUR- 
NAL. Monthly. Fraternal Society. Estab- 
lished 1879. A. L. of H. Journal Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription. 50 cents, guar- 
anteed average circulation, 10,000; 12 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 2 1-3 inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice, 200 Huntington avenue. 

Advertising rates, $2 per inch, first inser- 
tion; $1 each subsequent insertion. Reading 
notices, 25 cents per line first insertion; sub- 
sequent insertions, 15 cents. 

AMERICAN PRIMARY TEACHER. 

Monthly. Not Issued in July and August. 
Educational. Established 1876. New Eng- 
land Publishing Co., piibUshors. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; estimated circulation, 42,000; 40 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10^4 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 25th 
of preceding month. Office 211-215 Pember- 
ton Building, Pemberton Square. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.75 per inch; 
% page, per time, $20; % page, $30; one 
page, $50. Reading notices, 15 cents per 
agate line. 

ATLANTIC MONTHLY. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1858. Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; circula- 
tion, refused; 180 pages, 2 columns; length, 
of columns, 8 3-8 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close 1st of preceding month. Oflice, 

4 Park street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 30 cents per 
line each Insertion. 1 page, $60; parts of 
pages, pro rata; discounts on three months, 

5 per cent; on one year, 15 per cent. 

BANKER AND INVESTOR. Monthly. 
Financial. Established 1899. The Banker 
and Investor Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$2; claimed circulation, 30,000; 12 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 16 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 

BAPTIST MISSIONARY MAGAZINE.- 
Monthly. Baptist. Established 1803. Amer- 
ican Baptist Missionary Union, publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed average circula- 
tion, 10,341- 40 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 7% inches; width, 2 3-8 inches. 
Forms close 12th of month preceding date 
of issue. Can use matrices. Office, Tremont 
Temple. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, each Inser- 
tion, y s page, $2.50; % page, $5; one page, 



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$20; last page of cover, $40. Discounts, 10 
ptr cent on turce months; 15 per cent on six 
months; 20 per cent on nine months; 25 per 
cent one year. 

BLACK CAT. Monthly. Fiction. Estab- 
lished 1895. The Shortstory Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; sworn 
circulation, 120,000; 48 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns. 7% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 1st 
of preceding month. Office, 144 High street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents a line 
each insertion; position extra and quoted 
on application. No discount for time or 
space. 

BOHEMIAN (The). Monthly. Literary. 
Short Stories. Established 1900. Bohemian 
Publishing Co. (W. L. Terhune) publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed average circula- 
tion, 30,000; 40 pages and cover, 1 column; 
length of column, 9% inches; width, 4 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 1st 
of preceding month. Office, 13 Columbia 
street. 

Advertising rates, % page, one month, $18; 
three months, $40; % page, one month, $30; 
three months, $70; one page, one month, $50; 
three months, $150. 

BROWN BOOK OF BOSTON, (The). 
Monthly. Established, 1900. The Bernhard- 
Richards Co., Ltd., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; guaranteed average circulation, 
375,000; 24 to 48 pages, 4 columns; length ol 
columns. 11% inches; width, 2^4 inches. 
Forms close 1st of preceding month, office, 
101-102 Broad street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.50 a line; no 
time or space discounts. 

CHRISTIAN, (The). Monthly. Religious. 
Established 1866. Mrs. H. L. Hastings, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1; claimed average 
circulation, 6,480; 16 pages, 3 and 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13 inches: width, 2^4 and 
3 inches. Office, 47-49 Cornhill. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
discounts: 10 per cent on 2 insertions; 15 
per cent on three months; 20 per cent on six 
months; 30 per 'cent on one year. Cor- 
responding space discounts. 

CLUB WOMAN.-Monthly. Women's 
Clubs. Established 1897. Helen M. Wins- 
low, publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 35,000; 32 to 48 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 9 inches; width, 3^4 
inches. Office, 56 Atherton Street, Eggles- 
ton Square. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $4; 
% page, $8: % page, $15 % page, $25; one 
page, $50. Reading notices, 50 cents a line. 

COLORED AMERICAN. Monthly. Race 
Literature. Established 1900. Colored Co- 
operative Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; guaranteed average circula- 
tion, 20,000; 96 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 9 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Forms close 18tli preceding 
month. Office, 5 Park Square. 



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Advertising rates, agate, 15. cents a line, 
one inch, $2; *4 page, $5; J / page, $10; one 
page, $20. Discounts: six months, 10 per 
cent; one year, 20 per cent. 

COLUMBIAN.-Monthly. Household. Es- 
tablished 1890. L. N. Cushman, publisher. 
Subscription, 25 cents; guaranteed circula- 
tion, 375,000; 16 to 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Forms close 10th of preceding 
month. Can use matrices. Office. 394 At- 
lantic avenue. Publishes also the WOMAN'S 
HOME JOURNAL, the two known as 
CUSHMAN'S COUPLE. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.75 per line; 
reading notices, $2 a line. Combination 
rates with Woman's Home Journal, $3 an 
agate line; reading notices, $3.50. 



CONGREGATIONAL WORK. See New 
York City. 

CONTRIBUTOR. Monthly. Evangelical. 
Established 1872. James H. Earle, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; estimated circulation, 15,- 
000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
14 inches; width, 2^4 Inches. Office, 178 
Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, one 
time, 20 cents; 10 per cent discount on three 
months, 15 per cent on six months, 25 per 
cent on twelve months; 1,000 lines, 40 per 
cent. 

COOKING SCHOOL MAGAZINE.- 
Monthly except July and September. Culin- 
ary art. Established 1896. Boston Cooking 
School, Magazine publishers. Subscription, 
50 cents; claimed average circulation, 15,000; 
90 to 100 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns. 8 inches; width, 2% Inches. Office, 
372 Bolyston street. 

Advertising rates, one time, full page, 
ige, $15.00; 



_. $25.00; quarter pag 

eighth page $8.00; one Inch, $4.00. Discounts, 
three times, 10 per cent; six times, 20 per 
cent; eight times, 25 per cent; ten times, 30 
per cent. 

CURRENT HISTORY. Monthly. Histori- 
cal. Established 1890. Current History Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1.50; c 1 ai m e d 
average circulation for year ending May, 
1901, 13,500; 64 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 8 Inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
14 Beacon street. Advertising department, 
162 Times Building, New York City. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 

DONAHOE'S MAGAZINE. M o n t h 1 y . 
Catholic. Literary. Established 1879. Don- 
anoe's Magazine Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; claimed average circulation, 47,300; 
146 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
incnes; width, 2^4 inches. Forms close 10th 
of preceding month. Office, Washington 
and Boylston street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 80 cents a 
line; one-eighth page, $15; one-fourth page, 
$25; one-half page, $40; one page, $75. Dis- 
counts, 10 per cent on six months, 20 per 
cent on one year. 



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FATHER MATHEW HERALD, (The). 
Monthly. Catholic and Temperance. Estab- 
lished 1894. Edmoud L. Grimes & Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circula- 
tion, 30,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close 25th of preceding month. 
Office, 132 Pearl street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. Dis- 
counts, 5, 10 and 20 per cent on 3, 6 and 12 
months, respectively. 

GERMANIA. Monthly. German. Eduqi- 
tional. Established 1889. Germania Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 6,000; 16 pages, 7x10. 
Forms close 20th preceding month. Office, 
105 Summer street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, per time, $2; 
14 page, $8; % page, $15; one page, $25. 

GOLFER. Monthly. Golf. Golf Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. ' Established 1894. Sub- 
scription, $1; estimated circulation, 50,000; 
96 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 9% 
inches; width. 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 20th of preceding month. Of- 
fice, 550 Atlantic avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 per line; one 
inch, $14; % page, $35; % page, $60; one page, 
$100. 

See advertisement on page 504. 

GOOD CHEER. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1900. Forbes & Company, publish- 
ers. Subscription, $1; 32 pages, 1 column; 
length of columns, 5 inches; width, 3% 
inches. Address, P. O. Box, 1478. 

Advertising rates, $10 per pages . 

GRAND ARMY RECORD. Monthly (15th). 
G. A. R., W. R. C., Sons of V. and Daugh- 
ters of V. Established 1885. Ernest L. 
Waitt, publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation," 17,364; 16 to 20 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 10 inches; width, 2% 
Inches. Office, 31 Cornhill. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 30 cents a line. Discounts: 
6 times, or 1,000 lines, 10 per cent; one year, 
or 2,000 lines, 15 per cent; 5,000 lines, 26 per 
cent. 

HOUSEHOLD. Monthly. Domestic. Es- 
tablished 1868. The Household Publishing 
Co. publishers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed 
circulation, 100,000, 36 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14*4 inches; width, 23-16 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 1st 
of preceding month. Advertising office, 162 
Times Building, New York City, N. Y. 

Advertising rates, agate, 65 cents per 
line. No discount for time or space. 

HOUSEHOLD COMPANION. Monthly. 
Illustrated. Domestic. Established 1879. 
Budget Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 26,000: 36 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 10 inches; width, 
2 l /4, inches. Forms close 20th of preceding 
month. Office, 220 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 16 2-3 centsj^a 
line; yearly rates, 15 cents. 



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KNIGHTS OF HONOR REPORTER. 
Monthly. Established 1878. J. A. Cummings 
Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, 60 
cents; estimated circulation, 40,000; 16 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 10% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 20th of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 252 Washington 
street. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, $3; 
three times, $7; six months, $13; one year, 
$23. 

LITERARY REVIEW. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1896. Richard G. Badger 
& Co. publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; es- 
timated circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 9x12. 
Office, 157 Tremont street, 

Advertising rates on application. 

LITTLE FOLKS. M o n t h 1 y. Juvenile. 
Established 1897. S. E. Cassino, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; guaranteed circulation, 
50.000*; 40 to 48 pages. 2 columns;! length of 
columns, 8 inches: width, 2,% inches. Forms 
close- 10th preceding month. Office, Salem, 
Mass. 

Advertising rates, agate. 23 cents a line; 
one inch, $3.13; one page, $50: 14 and % pages 
pro rata. Discounts. 3 months, 10 per cent; 
6 months, 15 per cent; one year, 20 per cent. 

MASSACHUSETTS IklEDICAL JOURNAL. 
Monthh- (25th), Medical. Established 1881. 
Bay State Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1: claimed average circulation for 
eight months ending April 19. 1901, 7,925, 48 
pages, 1 column: length of column, 7% 
inches; width, 4% inches. Office, 36 Brom- 
fleld street. 

Advertising rates, % page, three months, 
$10; six months. $15; one year, $25; % page, 
three months, $15; one year, $30; % page, 
three months, $20; one year, $35; one page, 
three months, $25; one year, $60. 

MISSIONARY HERALD. Monthly. Con- 
gregational. Established 1804. Charles E. 
Swett, publisher. Subscription, 75 cents; 
claimed circulation, 18,000; 60 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8% inches; width, 
2%' inches. Forms close 9th of the month. 
Office, 14 Beacon street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents a line; 



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page, $10; %' page, $15; % page, $25; one 
insertion.- Discounts, 5 per 
months, 



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page, $40. each insertion.- Discounts, 5 
cent on 3 months, 10 per cent on 
20 i>er cent on one year. 

MODERN METHODS. Monthly, except 
July and August. Educational. Established 
1897. New England Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; claimed average 
circulation, 7,000; 40 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 10% inches; width, 3% inches. 
Office, 211-215 Pemberton Building, Pember- 
ton Square. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
$1.50 per inch; % page, one time, $15; % 
page, $25; one page, $40. 

MODERN PRISCILLA. Monthly. Fancy 
work. Home decoration. Established 1887. 
Priscilla Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 



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scription, $1; sworn average circulation 
for one year ending August, 1901, 60,270*; 
32 pages, 4 columns; length of columns. 12 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 10th 
of preceding month. Can use matrices. 
Office, 110 Boylston street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents per line. 
Reading notices, nonpareil, 80 cents. Dis- 
counts, 5 per cent on three months or 200 
lines, 10 per cent on six months or 500 lines, 
15 per cent on nine months or 1,000 lines, 
20 per cent on one year or 2,000 lines. 

MUSICAL RECORD AND REVIEW.- 

Monthly. Music. Established 1840. Oliver 
Ditson Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; estimated circulation, 20,000; 96 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 6% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office,' 
91 Equitable Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line; 
$20 per column; % and % columns, pro rata. 
Discount, 5 per cefct on 12 insertions. 

NATIONAL MAGAZINE. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1894. Joe Mitchell Chap- 
pie Co., publisher. Subscription, $1; guar- 
anteed circulation, 56,000; 112 to 144 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 8^4 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 10th of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 91 Bedford street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 30 cents; 
one-fourth page, $12.50; one-half page, $25; 
one page, $50. Discounts, 5 per cent on 
three months, 10 per cent on six months, 
25 per cent on one year; smallest adv. 
taken, 7 lines. 

NATIONAL SPORTSMAN. M o n t h 1 y. 
Sporting. Established 1899. Leonard A. 
Frink, publisher. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 15,000; 132 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 7% inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close 10th of preceding 
month. Office, 50 Bromfleld street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, per time, $3; 
% page, $5; y 4 page, $10; % page, $20; one 
page, $40. Discounts: 5 per cent on three 
months; 10 per cent on six months; 20 per 
cent on one year. 

NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Literary. Illustrated. Established 1889. 
Warren F. Kellogg, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; guaranteed average circulation for 
year 1900, 20,000; 136 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% 
Inches. Forms close 5th of preceding month. 
Can use matrices. Office, 5 Park Square. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents per agate line; 
$4 per inch. One page, $60; *4 and % pages, 
pro rata. Discounts, 10, 15, 20 and 25 per 
cent for three, six, nine and twelve months. 

PILGRIM TEACHER (The). Monthly. 
Congregational. Established 1884. J. H. 
Tewksbury, publisher. Subscription, 50 
cents; guaranteed circulation, 16.000; 48 to 
100 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 
7^ inches; width, 2% inches. Office, Con- 
gregational House. 

Advertising rates, agate. 15 cents a line; 
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(outside cover page, $30.) Discounts: 3 
months, 10 per cent; 6 months, 20 per cent; 
one year, 25 per cent. 

POPULAR EDUCATOR. Monthly, (not 
issued in July and August). Educational 
and Literary. Established 1876. Educa- 
tional Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; guaranteed circulation,. 64,000; 48 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10% 
inches'; width, 2*4 inches. Forms close 10th 



preceding month. Office, 50 Bromfleld st. 

Advertising rates, 35 cents per line each 
insertion. One-fourth page, $35; one-half 



page, $70; one page, $140. 
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PRIMARY EDUCATION.-Monthly. (Not 
issued in July and August.) Educational. 
Established 1893. Educational Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 50,000; 48 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 10% inches; width, 2*4 
inched. Forms close 10th preceding month. 
Office, 50 Bromfleld street. 

Advertising rates. 30 cents a line, agate; 
yearly rate 25 cents a line, per time. 

Issues also the POPULAR EDUCATOR. 



RAILROAD (The). Monthly. Publishes 
two editions. "The Steam Railroad" and 
"The Electric Railroad." Established 1901. 
John J. Lane, editor. Subscription, 25 cents; 
guaranteed circulation both editions, 10,000; 
8 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches. Office, 247 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, $1 per inch, per time, 
covering both issues. 

SOCIAL VISITOR MAGAZINE.-Monthly 
Literary. Established 1871. Social Visitor 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 25 
cents claimed circulation, 55,000; 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 19* inches; 
width, 2% Inches. Forms close 15th pre- 
ceding month. Office, 106 Congress street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line 
each insertion. Reading notices, 40 cents 
per nonpareil line. 

WATCHWORD AND TRUTH. Monthly. 
Evangelical. Established 1878. Robert Cam- 
eron, D. D., publisher. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 6,500; 32 pages, 7x10. 
Office, 27 State street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

WHAT WOMEN SHOULD KNOW. 
Monthly, (10th) Literary. Established 1900. 
The Pauline Ashley Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 25 cents; claimed average circu- 
lation, 4,500; 32 pages, 1 column; length of 
column, 8V 2 inches; width, 3^ inches. Office, 
12 Federal street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $5; 
three months, $8.55; six months, $16.20: one 
year, $28.75; 2 inches, one time, $5.70; 3 
inches, $8.35; % page, $10.80. 

See advertisement on page 488. 

WOMAN'S HOME JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Established 1897. L. N. Cushman, publisher. 
Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed clrcula- 



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tion, 375,000; 16 to 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 Inches; width, 2Y& 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 10th 
of preceding month. Office, 394 Atlantic ave- 
nue. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.75. Reading 
notices, $2 a line. Combination rates with 
the Columbian (Cushman's Couple), $3 an 
agate line. Reading notices, $3.50. 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY FRIEND. 
Monthly. Religious and Missionary. Es- 
tablished 1869. Pauline J. Walden, pub- 
lisher. Subscription 50 cents; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 22,500; 40 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 36 Bromfleld street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

WORKING BOY.-Monthly. Juvenile. 
Established 1884. Rev. John F. Ford, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, 25 cents: claimed cir- 
culation, 102,000; 8 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 14 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, $4 per inch, 25 per cent 
discount on yearly contracts. 

YOUNG IDEA.-Monthly except July and 
August. Educational. Youth. Established 
1888. Allen Sisters, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; claimed average circulation 
for four months ending April 1901, 6,650; 16 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10 
inches; width, 2y 2 inches. Office, 4 Ash- 
burton Place. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1.50. 
Discounts, three months, 10 per cent; five 
months, 20 per cent; ten months, 50 per cent. 



BROCKTON 

ENTERPRISE. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1880. 
Albert H. Fuller, publisher. Subscription, 
$5; claimed average circulation, exceeding 
6,800; 12 to 16 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, commercial, 25 cents 
per inch, per insertion. Medical, 55 cents an 
inch, one time: $1 for 2 times; 37 cents for 
each additional insertion. No discount for 
time or space. Classified, 5 lines or less, for 
5 days or less, 25 cents; 5 cents a day over 
5 days; 1 cent a line over five lines. Dis- 
played wants; 2 cents per line each time. 
Reading notices, 5th page, 15 cents a line; 
bottom of news column, 25 cents a line each 
insertion. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1895. W. L. 
Douglas, proprietor; W. R. Buchanan, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $5; claimed average 
circulation for year 1900, 12,387*: 8 to 12 

Eages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20% 
aches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Advertising rates, transient, per inch, one 
time, $1; one week, $4.50; each subsequent 
insertion, 50 cents. Space rates for electro- 
typed matter, used within one year, 100 
inches, 41 cents an inch; 200 inches, 40 
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cents; 500 inches, 37 cents; 1,000 inches, 32 
cents; 2,000 inches, 30 cents. Position extra. 
For set matter, add 10 per cent for com- 
position. 

EAST NORTHFIELD 

RECORD OF CHRISTIAN WORK.- 

Monthly. (8th.) Undenominational. Organ 
of Northtield Schools and Chicago Bible in- 
stitute. Established 1881. W. R. Moody, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 17,250; 80 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 17% inches; width, 2%, Inches. 
Forms close 1st of current month. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents per agate line; 
10 per cent discount on three months, 20 
per cent on six months, 25 per cent on one 
year. 

FALL RIVER 

EVENING NEWS. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Re- 
publican. Established 1845. Alrny & Milne, 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; guaran- 
teed circulation, 6,200; weekly, $2; estimated 
circulation, 700; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 2iy 2 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, one 
inch, one time, 80 cents; one week, $2.25; 
one month, $6; three months, $12; six 
months, $19; one year, $30. E. O. D., 70 
per cent; twice a week, 60 per cent of daily 
rate. Weekly, one inch, one time, $1; one 
month, $2.15; three months, $4.40 f six 
months, $7.50; one year, $12.80. Double col- 
umn advertisements and special positions 
extra. 



GLOBE. Every evening except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1885. Fall River 
Daily Globe Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $6; estimated circulation, 6,500; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, 90 
cents; one week, $2.50; one month, $7.50; 
three months, $15; six months, $22.50; one 
year, $36. E. O. D., 2-3; twice a week, 1-2; 
once a week, 1-3 daily rates. 100 inches, 50 
cents an inch first time, 40 cents after; 
250 inches, 45 cents first time, 35 cents after; 
500 inches, 40 cents first time, 30 cents after; 
10 cents an inch less when cuts are used. 
Classified, J / cent a word. Nouparell read- 
ing notices, 15 cents a line. 

HERALD. Every evening except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1871. Herald Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $6; 
claimed circulation, 6,500: 8 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one inch, one 
time, 75 cents; one week, $2; one month, $6 
8 cents per inch for each insertion after 
one month. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. 
Yearly contracts, 8 cents an inch per time. 
E. O. I).. 10 2-3 cents; two times a week, 12 
cents; one time a week, 16 cents. Special 
positions extra. Advs. extending across more 
than two columns, % extra. Nonpareil 



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readers, 12 cents a. line first time, 8 cents 
afterwards; brevier notices, 15 cents a line, 
first time; 12 cents after. Three-line classi- 
fied advertisements, three times, 26 cents; 
one week. 50 cents. 

L'INDEPENDANT. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY. Thursdays, French. 
Daily, Republican; Weekly. Independent. 
Established 1885. L'Independant Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; esti- 
mated circulation, 3,700; weekly, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 4,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2 l / s 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 75 cents; one week, $2; one month, $5; 
tbree months, $10; six. mouths, $16; one year, 
$24. E. O. D.. 2-3 daily rate. Reading no- 
tices, brevier, 15 cents a Mne first time; 
10 cents after. Rates for weekly on appli- 
cation. 



FITCHBURG 

SENTINEL. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY. Fridays. Republican. 
Established, daily, 1873; weekly, 1839. Sen- 
tinel Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; claimed average circulation, 4,558; 
weekly, $1.50; claimed circulation, 1,904; 8 
pages, 7 columns: length of columns, 20% 
Inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices 
not over 3 columns wide. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 50 
cents; one week, $1.80; one month, $4.40; 
three months, $8.30; six montiis, $12.20; one 
year, $20. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. 
Classified advs, 5 cents a line; monthly or- 
ders, 2 cents a line. Weekly, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one mouth, $1.25, three 
months, $2.20; six months, $3.50; one year, 
$6.10. 

GLOUCESTER 

TIMES. Every evening exeept Sunday, 
and WEEKLY CAPE ANN ADVERTISER, 
Fridays. Independent. Established, daily, 
1888; weekly, 1856. Times Newspaper Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $3.50; week- 
ly, $2.50; sworn average circulation, daily, 
5,621;* 6 to 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 inches (weekly, 4 pages, 8 columns, 
26 inches long); width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $1.75; one month, 
$5; three months, $11; six months, $20; one 
year, $38. Larger space pro rata. Classified, 
4 lines or less, 25 cents first time; 2 times, 
38 cents; 3 times, 50 cents; by the week, 75 
cents. Special positions, extra.- Reading 
notices, 15 cents a line first time; (inside 
pages 12% cents a line); 10 cents' subsequent 
insertions. 

See advertisement on page 485. 



GREENFIELD 

GAZETTE AND COURIER.-Every Satur- 
day. Republican. Established 1792. E. A. 
Hall & Son, proprietors. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 5,789; 12 pages, 7 col- 



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uinns; length of columns, 20% inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one inch, 
one time, $1; one month, $2.50; three months, 
$5; six months, $7.50; one year, $12. 

HAVERHILL 

EVENING G^ETTE. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Independent Republican. Hs- 
tablished 1798. Haverhill Gazette Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $5; sworn average cir- 
culation, 8,o41*; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one Inch one 
time, 75 cents; one week; $2; one month, $6; 
three months, $12; $2 per inch per month 
after three months; one year, $30; each ad- 
ditional inch, $25. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily 
rates; twice a week, %. Position extra. 
Reading notices, 15 cents a line; two or 
more insertions, 12% cents; one week, 10 
oents; one month, 9 cents per line, per time. 
Classified advs, 5 lines, one time, 30 cents; 
three times, 50 cents; one week, $1. Cuts 
must be solid. 



HOLTOKE 

HOLYOKE TELEGRAM. Every evening 
except Sunday. Democratic. Established 
1898. Holyoke Telegram Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $3; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 5,800; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates on application. 

MORNING WORLD. Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, Republican. Established 1900. 
J. J. Dunn, publisher. Subscription, $6; 
claimed circulation, 3,546; 4 pages, 7 col- 
umns, length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2Va inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 5 cents a 
line. One inch, one month, $7; three months, 
$16; six months, $25; one year, $36; 2 inches, 
one month, $13; three months, $30; one year, 
$64; 3 inches, one month, $18; three months, 
$41.50; one year, $90; 5 inches, one month, 
$24; one year, $120. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates, 
Classified, 5 cents a line. Reading notices, 
nonpareil, 15 cents a line; minion, 20 cents 
a line. 

See advertisement on page 443. 



TRANSCRIPT. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Repub- 
lican. W. G. Dwight, publisher. Estab- 
lished, daily, 1882; weekly, 1856. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $3; guaranteed circulation, 6,500; 
weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 1,000; 
dally, 8, weekly 4 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 21% Inches; width, 2^4 Inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, one 
inch, one time, $1; one week, $2.30; one 
month, $6.50; three months, $15; six months, 
$25; one year, $40. E. O. D., 2-3; twice n 
week, % daily rates. Discounts for time 
and space. Classified, 1 cent a word first 
time; % cent afterward. Reading notices, 
10 and 25 cents a line. 



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LA PRESSE. Every Tuesday and Friday. 
French. Established as weekly, 1895; semi- 
weekly, 1898. Tesson & Carignan, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circula- 
tion, 3,900; 4 pages, 8 columns. 

Advertising rates on application. 

See advertisement on page 421. 



LAWRENCE 

AMERICAN". Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SUN, every morning, and WEEK- 
LY AMERICAN, Fridays. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1861. American Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; claimed 
circulation, evening, 4,300; morning, 2,800; 
weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 1,500; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20% 
inches: width, 2'4 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, evening Is- 
sue, 1 inch, one time, 50 cents; one week, $2; 
one month, $4; three mouths. $12; six 
months, $18; one year, $31.20; 3 incnes, on 
week, $6; one mouth, $10; three mouths, 
$25; one year, $93.60. Special rates on morn- 
ing and evening combined; morning issue, 
one inch, one time, 75 cents; one wegk, $2-, 
one rnontii. $5; three months, $9; six months, 
$14; one year $22. Weekly, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one month, $1: three mouths, 
$2.50; six mouths, $5; one year, $7.50. Busi- 
ness notices, one mouth, daily, 5 cents per 
line. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates; two times a 
week, %. Classified, 3 lines, three" times, 
25 cents. 



EAGLE. Every morning except Sun- 
day. Democratic. Established 1867. Hil- 
dreth & Rogers, publishers. Subscription, 
$3: claimed circulation, 2,500; 4 pages. 8 
columns; length of columns, 24 inches; 
width, 2V4 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $1; one month, 
$1.50; three months, $6; six mouths, $10; one 
year, $18. Business notices. 10 cents a line 
first insertion; subsequent insertions, 5 
cents a line. 

Also publishes EVENING TRIBUNE, 
which see. 



TELEGRAM. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Republican. Established 1884. John 
N. Cole, publisher. Subscription, $3; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,280; 8 to 16 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $1.50; one mpntii, 
$4.50; three months, $9; six months, $15; one 
year, $30. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates. Classi- 
fied, 4 lines, one time, 30 cents; one week, 
75 cents. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 

TRIBUNE. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Democratic. ' Established 1890. Hil- 
dreth & Rogers, publishers. Subscription, 
$3; claimed circulation, 4,500; 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 24 inches; width, 
214 inches. 

.Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 Inch, one 
time, 50 cents: one week, $1; one month, 
$1.50; three months, $6; six months, $10: one 



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year, $18. Business notices, 10 cents a line 
first insertion; subsequent insesrtions, & 
cents a line. 

LOWELL 

COURIER. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and JOURNAL. Fridays. Republican. 
Established, daily, 1845: weekly, 1824. Corn- 
ier-Citizen Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $6; claimed circulation, 2,600; weekly, 
$1.50; claimed circulation 2,800; 8 to 16 'pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 20% inches; 
width, 2 l /s inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, per inch, dully, 50 
cents each insertion. Discounts, 10 per 
cent on two weeks, 20 per cent on ono 
mouth, 25 per cent on two months, 30 per 
cent on three months, 50 per .cent on six 
months; 66 2-3 per cent on one year. Lo- 
cals, 15 cents a lino. Weekly, 50 cents an 
inch. In combination with daily, % regular 
rate. 

MAIL. Every morning except Sunday, 
Republican. Established 1879. Morning Mail 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; estimated 
average circulation, 5,800; 8 pages; length of 
columns, 21 inches; width, 2 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, one 
time, 60 cents; one week, $3; one month, 
$7.02; three months, $17.61; six months, $2,1.52; 
one year, $43.68. Reading notices, 18 cents 
per line, or 50 per cent additional to ordi- 
nary rate on time orders. 



MORNING CITIZEN. Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday. Non-partisan. Established 
1850. Courier-Citizen Co., publishers. Sub- 
scriptiou, $3; claimed circulation, 10,700; 8 to 
16 pages; 7 columns; length of columns, 20*4 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, one inch, 
one time, 50 cents, with discounts on 10 
days and over. Local notices, 15 cents a 
line. 

Issue also the COURIER. Combination 
rate (Citizen and Courier), 60 cents per inch, 
with same discounts as in Courier. Locals, 
22% cents a line. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1885. Daily News 
Co.. publishers. Subscription. $3: claimed 
circulation, 11,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 22 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week; $2; one month, $5; three 
months, $15; six months, $24: one year, $40; 
Discounts. 3 to fi inches, 10 per cent; 6 
inches and over, 15 per cent. E. O. D.. 2-3 
twice a week, 1-2; once a week, 1-3 dally 
rates. Classified ads, 10 cents a line. Local 
notices, 15 cents per line each Insertion. 
Solid cuts reoulred. 



SUN. Every evening except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1878. John H. Har- 
rington, publisher. Subscription, $3; claimed 
circulation, 14,324; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; widfh, 2Vi 
inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time. 50 
cents; one week, 48 cents; 10 times, 45 cents; 



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25 times, 40 cents: 50 times, 37 cents; 75 
times, 34 cents; 150 times; 25 cents; 300 
times, 20 cents per inch, per time. Open 
space used within one year, 100 inches, 45 
cents an inch; 200 inches. 43 cents; 300 
inches, 40 cents; 400 inches, 38 cents; 500 
inches, 33 cents; 1,000 inches, 25 cents an 
'inch. Reading notices, 15 cents; business 
notices, 10 cents per line. Classified, 1 cent 
a word for three insertions. Special po- 
sitions extra. Metal cuts required. 



SUNDAY TELEGRAM. Every Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1898. D. A. Long, 
publisher. Subscription, $2.50; claimed aver- 
age circulation, exceeding 10,000; 16 to 24 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Ad-vertising rates, 60 cents a>n inch; 100 
inches, 45 cents, an inch; 200 inches, 40 cents; 
300 inches, 35 cents; 500 inches, 30 cents an 
inch. Position 25 per cent extra; first page, 
100 per cent extra. Reading notices, 15 cents 
a line. 

HOME SUNSHINE JOURNAL. Monthly 
(4th). Family. Established 1900. Homo 
Sunshine Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; claimed average circula- 
tion for four months ending April, 1901, 
11,725*; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 14 inches; width, 2% inches. Forms 
close 1st of current month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Reading noticed, 15 cents a line. No time 
or space discounts. 

See advertisement on page 423. 



LYNN 

EVENING ITEM. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY. Friday. Repub- 
lican. Established 1876. Hastings & Sons 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $6; claimed circulation, 14,000; weekly. 
$l.oO; estimated circulation, 1,300; 8 to 14 
pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 12 
lines, one time, $1.20; one week, $3.50; one 
month, $10; three months, $21.50; six months, 
$36; one year, $60. Classified, 35 words or 
less, one time, 50 cents: three times, $1; 
six times, $1.50. E. O. D.. 2-3: two timea 
a week, 1-2; one time a week, 1-3 daily rates. 
Reading notices. 20 cents a line, first time. 
10 cents after; 300 lines in three months, 8 
cents. 



NEWS. Every evening, except Srjnday. 
Established 1898. North Shore Publishing 
Co.* publishers. Subscription, $3; estimated 
circulation, 5,200; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time. 75 
cents; one week. $2; one month, $6; three 
months, $15: six months, $22; one year, $36. 
E. O. D., 2-3 daily rate. 1,000 inches used as 
desired, 20 cents an inch. Reading notices, 
10 cents a line. Classified ads, 20 words, 
one time, 10 cents; three times, 25 cents; ad- 
ditional lines, 3 cents a line. 



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NEW BEDFORD 

EVENING STANDARD. Every evening 
except Sunday, and REPUBLICAN STAN- 
DARD, Thursdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1850. E. Anthony & Sons (incorpo- 
rated), publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; 
sworn average circulation for year ending 
April 30, 1901, 11,804*; weekly, $1.50; sworn 
average circulation for same period, 2,335*; 
daily, 10 to 20 pages; weekly, 12 to 32 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, per 
inch, one time, $1; second time, 50 cents; one 
week, $2.70; one month, $7.80; 26 to 52 times, 
30 cents an inch; 52 to 78 times, 29 cents; 78 
to 104 times. 28 cents; 104 times, 27 cents; 
156 times, 25 cents; 312 times, 22 cents per 
inch, per time. Classified, 1 cent a word 
first time; % cent after. Reading notices, 
nonpareil, 12 cents a line first time, 6 cents 
after; minion, 20 cents a line each insertion. 
Weekly, per inch, one time, $1; one month, 
64 cents; three months, 48 cents; six months, 
36 cents; one year, 24 cents per time. 

See advertisement on page 451. 

MORNING MERCURY. Every morning 
except Sunday. Independent. Mercury Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Established 1807. 
Subscription, $6; sworn average circulation, 
for year ending April 30, 1901, 3,274*; 8 to 
16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, nonpareil, one 
time, 80 cents; one month, 20 cents; one 
year, 10 cents an inch, per time; one inch, 
one year, $33.80. 

See advertisement on page 451. 

CORREIO PORTUGUEZ. Every Satur- 
day. Portuguese. J. F. Escobar, publisher. 
Subscription, $1.50; estimated circulation, 
5,000; 8 pages, 15x22. 

Advertising rates, 1 to 25 inches, 20 cents 
an inch; 26 to 50 inches, 12 cents; 51 to 100 
inches. 10 cents; 101 to 250 inches, 9 cents; 
251 to 500 inches, 8 cents; 501 to 1,000 inches, 
7 cents an inch. 



NEWBURYPORT 

HERALD. Every morning and evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. 
Republican. Established, morning, 1832; 
evening, 1880; weekly, 1793. Newburyport 
Herald Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$4; claimed circulation, 4,140; weekly, $1.50; 
claimed circulation,, 1,490; daily, 4 weekly, 
8 pages; 7 columns; length of columns 21 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time. $1; 
one week, $2.25; one month. $4.25; three 
months. $10.25; six months, $16; one year, 
$26.75. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates. Reading 
notices, nonpareil, 10 cents a line first time, 
6 cents a line after. Weekly, 1-3 daily rates. 
Daily and Weekly combined, 10 per cent 
discount. Metal cuts required. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1877. News Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 



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sworn average circulation for one year end- 
ing April 30, 1901, 4,939*; 4 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns 20 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; 50 cents second insertion; 25 cents 
each subsesuent insertion; one month. $4.80; 
three months, $11.40; six months, $18; one 
year, $30; 2 inches, one year $55.20; 8 Inches, 
$79.20. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. Classi- 
fied, 4 lines, one time, 25 cents; subsequent 
insertions, 5 cents; over 4 lines, and less 
than 8, double rate. Reading notices, non- 
pareil, 10 cents a line first time, 6 cents 
after. Solid cuts required. 

NORTHAMPTON 

HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE. Every evening 
Except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. 
Republican. Established 1786. Henry S. 
Gere & Sons, proprietors. Subscription, 
daily, $5; weekly, $1.50; claimed circulation, 
daily, 4,050; weekly, 800; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2^| 
inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; six times, $1.75; one month, 
$4; three months, $11; six months, $19; one 
year, $30; two inches, one year, $56; three 
inches, one year, $78. Classified ads., 4 
lines or less, 30 cents one time; 50 cents, 
three times; 75 cents, six times. Full posi- 
tion, 30 per cent extra. Editorial notices, 
10 cents per line. Rates for weekly and 
further rates on daily on application. 

PITTSFIELD 

EAGLE. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. 
K. B. Miller, publisher. Subscription, daily, 
$6; sworn average circulation for year 1900, 
4,572*; weekly, $1; sworn circulation, 5,987; 
daily, 8 pages; weekly, 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% 
inches. The weekly is Wednesday edition 
of daily enlarged. 

Advertising rates, daily, by the inch, 15 
to 50 inches, 20 cents an inch; 50 to 150 
inches, 15 cents; 150 to 250 inches, 12% cents; 
250 inches, or more, 10 cents an inch. 

Reading notices, 10 cents a line first time, 
5 cents after. Weekly. 15 to 50 inches, 25 
cents an inch; 50 to IbO inches, 20 cents; 
150 to 250 inches, 16 2-3 cents; 250 inches, or 
more, 15. cents an inch. 



MASSACHUSETTS 



SUNDAY MORNING CALL.-Every Sun- 
day. Independent. Established 1888. Mary 
J. Oatman, publisher. Subscription, $2; 
claimed average circulation, 7,609; 16 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
.width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents a line, or 50 
cents an inch, per time. 

SALEM 

EVENING NEWS. Every evening except 
Sunday. Republican. Established 1880. 
Salem News Publishing Co., publishers; 
Robin Damon, manager. Subscription, $3; 



estimated circulation, 16,000; 8 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns 22% inches; width, 
Z inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch, one 
time, 75 cents; one week, $2; one month, $5; 
three months, $12; six months, $21; one 
year, $37.50. Rates invariable. No discount 
for large space. Reading notices, 15 cents 
a line. E. O. D., 2-3 full rates; two times 
a week, 2-3 rate for E. O. D. Classified, 
1 cent a word. 

GAZETTE. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Republican. Established as a weekly 
1768; as a daily, 1892. Salem Gazette Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $3; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 4,175; 4 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, 50 
cents; one week, $1.50; one mouth, $2.50; six 
months, $15; one year, $25. Reading nolices, 
5 cents a line. E. O. D., 2-3 of dally rates. 



LITTLE FOLKS. (See Boston.) 

SOMERVILLE 

JOURNAL. Every Saturday. Independent 
Republican. Established 1868. Somerville 
Journal Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 6,800; 10 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20% inches; width, 
214 inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch,- one time $1; 
one month, $2.50; three months, $5; six 
months, $9; one year, $15. Reading notices, 
15 cents a line. 

SPRINGFIELD 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1880. Daily News 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, 
$3; sworn average circulation, 7,895; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 19 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 1 inch, one time, 
50 cents; one week, $2.25; one month, $6; 
three months, $16.50; six months, $30; one 
year, $51. E. O. D., one month, $4; three 
months, $10.50; six months, $18; one year, 
130. Classified, 5 cents a line. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents a line; 500 lines, 7% cents; 
1,000 lines, 6 cents. Metal cuts required. 



REPUBLICAN. Every morning and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1824. Samuel Bowles, publisher. Sub- 
scription, daily, $8; claimed average circula- 
tion, for year 1900, 15,103; Sunday, $2; 
claimed average circulation, for same pe- 
riod, 13,795; weekly, $1; claimed average cir- 
culation, 4,735; daily, 12 to 16 pages; Sunday. 
16; weekly, 12 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns 20% inches; width, 214 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, Sunday 
or weekly, 5 cents per line, each insertion. 
Special notices, in large type, 10 cents per 
line; one inch, one month, daily (including 
Sundays), $12; three months. $30; six months, 
$48; one year, $70; per line, one month, 
$1.20; three months, $2.75; one year, $7; 



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three times a week, E. O. D., % daily 
monthly price. Reading notices, 15 cents per 
line. Sunday or weekly, per inch, one 
month, $2.40; three months, $7.50; six 
months, $12; one year, 420. Special notices, 
with extra display, double rates. No cuts 
inserted. 

UNION. Every morning, and every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays. Republican. Established 1864. 
A. P. Langtry, editor and publisher; J. D. 
Plummer. manager. Subscription, morning 
or evening, $6 (Sunday, $2.50) ; sworn average 
circulation for six months ending June 30, 
1901, 22,447* (Sunday, 13,044*); weekly, $1; 
estimated circulation, 1,800; daily, 8 to 12; 
Sunday, 16 to 20; weekly, 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2^ 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, per line, 
one day, 10 cents; two days, 9% cents; three 
days, BVz cents; four days, 8 cents; six 
days, 7% cents; one month, not including 
Sunday, 5 cents; three months: 4 cents: six 
months and over, 3!4 cents a line, per time. 
Reading notices, nonpareil, 15 cents a line; 
leaded nonpariel, 20 cents; solid minion, 40 
cents. Sunday and weekly, per line, one 
time, 5 cents; one month, 4^ cents; three 
months, 4 cents; six months, 3^ cents; one 
year, 3 cents a line, per time. 



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HOMESTEAD. Every Saturday. Society 
and Family. Established 1887. Phelps Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
guaranteed circulation, 6,500; 20 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19 inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
250 lines, 8 cents; 500 lines, 7 cents; 1,000 
lines, 5 cents. 

NEW ENGLAND HOMESTEAD (Eastern 
edition of AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST, 
New York). Every Saturday. Farm and 
Family. Established 1867. Orange Judd Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; sworn average 
circulation for three months ending March 
31, 1901, 41,760*; 24 to 32 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 10% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 30 cents 
each insertion; 250 lines, 27 cents; 500 lines, 
24 cents; 750 lines, 22 cents; 1,000 lines, 20 
cents. Special positions extra. One inch, 
one year, 22 cents per line per time. Read- 
ing notices, minion, 60 cents. 

TRIBUNE. Every Saturday. Catholic. 
Established 1889. Thos. F. English, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1.50; estimated circu- 
lation, 5,000; 8 pages, 17x22. 

Advertising rates on application. 

FARM AND HOME. Semi-Monthly. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1880. Phelps Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
guaranteed average circulation, 350.000, each 
Issue; 24 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 12 inches; width, 21-6 inches. Forms 
close 5th and 20th of the month for issues 
15th and 1st respectively. Can use matrices, i 



Advertising rates, per line, agate, for 
either Western or Eastern edition, $1; both 
combined, $1.75; 250 lines, 96 cents for 
either or $1.68 for both; 500 lines, 92 cents 
for either or $1.60 for both; 750 lines, 88 cents 
for either or $1.53 for both; 1,000 lines, 84 
cents for either or J1.45 for both; one inch 
for a year same rate as for 500 lines; 2 
inches or more for one year, same as for 
750 lines. Reading notices, $2 for either 
Western or Eastern edition or $3.50 for both. 

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. - Monthly, 
Established 1885. Phelps Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed cir- 
culation, 50,000; 96 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches; width, 2^ inches. 
Forms close 1st of month preceding date of 
issue. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 
V4 page, $15; V 2 page, $30; one page, $60. Dis- 
counts, 5 per cent on three months; 10 per 
cent on six months; 15 per cent on one year. 
Minimum space, 7 lines. 

KINDERGARTEN REVIEW. Monthly. 
(July and August omitted.) Educational. 
Established 1891. Milton Bradley Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 5,000; 80 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 7% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Forms close 15th preceding 
month. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
14 page, $3; Vz page, $5; one page, $8. 

TAUNTON 

EVENING HERALD. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Established 1S93. The Taun- 
ton Herald Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
estimated circulation, 5,100; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21 inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, 56 
cents; one week, 42 cents; one month, 28 
cents; three months, 24 cents; six months, 
21 cents; one year, 16 cents per inch per 
time. Preferred positions extra. Reading 
notices, 15 cents per count line. 



WORCESTER 

EVENING GAZETTE. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Independent Republican. Es- 
tablished 1801. Geo. F. Booth, publisher. 
Subscription, $6; claimed average circula- 
tion, 7,200; 8 to 12 pages, 8 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width, 2}4 inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 1 inch, one 
time, 75 cents; one week. 52.75; one month, 
$8.75; three months, $18; six months, $28 ; 
one year, $48; E. O. D., 2-3; twice a week, 
% daily rate. Special position, extra. Clas- 
sified, 2% cents a line each insertion. 
Reading notices, 15 to 50 cents per line. 

See advertisement on page 447. 

EVENING POST. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1891. 
Worcester Post Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; sworn average circulation, 10,000; 
8, 12 and 16 pages, 7 columns; length of 



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columns, 21 inches; widtB 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 32 cents per inch per 
time; 100 inches, 28 cents; 200 inches or more, 
24 cents; next reading, 36 cents an inch; 
100 inches. 31 cents; 200 inches or more, 27 
cents; full position, 40 cents an inch; 100 
inches, 35 cents; 200 inches or more. 30 
cents an inch. Classified, 2 l /2 cents a line. 
Reading notices. 10 cents a line. 

L'OPINION PUBLIQUE. Every evening 
except Sunday. French. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1893. Belisle Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
claimed average circulation, for year 1900, 
8,157*; daily, 6 to 8 pages (Saturday, 8 to 12 
pages), 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one day, 60 
cents; two days, 50 cents; three days, 45 
cents; one week, 40 cents; one month, 30 
cents; three mouths, 27 cents; six months, 
24 cents; one year, 22 cents. Preferred ' 
position, 25 to 50 per cent extra. Special | 
notices among reading matter, 10 cents per I 
line. No advertisements allowed on first | 
page. Advertisements translated free of 
charge. Special rates for E. O. D., . etc. 



MASSACHUSETTS 



SPY. Every morning, and MASSACHU- 
SETTS SPY, Fridays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1770. The Spy Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6 (Sunday, $2); sworn cir- 
culation, 7.100; weekly, $2; estimated circu- 
lation, 2,500; daily, 8 pages; Sunday and 
weekly, 12 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 2iy 2 inches; width, 2>4 inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, or Sunday, per 
inch, 60 cents; one month (30 times), $10 per 
inch; three months, $27; six months, $40; 
one year, $70. Special rates for E. O. D., 



etc. Classified, 40 words or less, 25 cents 
for two insertions; six times, 75 cents; one 
month, $3. Reading matter, nonpareil, 15 
cents per line. Weekly, one inch, one 
month, $2.40; three months, $7.50; six 
months, $12; one year, $20. 

TELEGRAM. Every morning. Republi- 
can. Established 1886. Telegram News- 
paper Co., publishers. Subscription, $6; 
claimed average circulation, for year 1900, 
20,676; Sunday, $2; claimed average circula- 
tion for same period, 21,358; daily, 10 to 
16 pages; Sunday, 16 to 24 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns, 23 inches; width, 2V 8 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, 50 cents; one montli, 35 
cents per time. Discounts on repeated in- 
sertions. Classified, 3 cents a line each in- 
sertion. Reading notices, 10 cents per line. 
Special positions extra. Sunday, $1 per 
inch, one time, with liberal long time dis- 
counts. 



SKANDINAVIA. Every Wednesday. Re- 
publican. Established 1886. The Swedish 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$1.50; claimed circulation, 8,200; 16 pages, 8 
columns; length of columns, 22 Inches; 
width, 2M. inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 50 
cents; one month, $2; three months, $5.50; 
six months. $10; one year, $18. Business no- 
tices, 15 cents a line. 



SVEA. Every Wednesday. Swedish. Re- 
publican. Established 1897. Svea Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 6,500; 12 pages, 17x24. 

Advertising rates on application. 




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ALLEGAN 

FARMER'S FRIEND. Monthly. Agricul- 
tural. Established 1901. Farmer's Friend 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimed circulation, 20,000; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 13 inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line 
(minimum space, 2 lines), with discounts for 
100 lines and over. Reading notices, 20 cents 
per count line. 

See advertisement on page 445. 

ANN ARBOR 

AMERICAN MOTHER. (The). Monthly. 
Home. Established 1895. The American 
Mother Co., Ltd., publishers. Subscription, 
$1; sworn average circulation, 25,000; 64 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 15th 
preceding mouth. 

Advertising rates, per inch, $3; per page, 
$30 per issue; % page, $15; % page, $8. 



LADY MACCABEE. Monthly. Fraternal. 
Established 1892. Emma E. Bower, pub- 
lisher. Paper is paid for out of the general 
fund of the order; sworn circulation, 61,000; 
8 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 12 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 4 cents a line per 
time. 



SCHOOL RECORD. Monthly. Educa- 
tional. Established 1892. School Record 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
ctnts; estimated circulation, 4,100; 32 to 40 
pages; 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2V4 inches. Forms close 10th 
of the month. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.50; 
three months, $4; one year, $12; 2 inches, 
1 time, $2.75; three months, $7.50; one year, 
$22. Reading notices, nonpareil, 15 cents a 
line. Also dated at Detroit, Mich. 



BATTLE CREEK 

YOUTH'S INSTRUCTOR. Every Thurs- 
day. Evangelical. Established 1852. Re- 
view and Herald Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 75 cents; claimed circulation, 
10,000; 8 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 
16% inches; width, 2 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
reading notices, 30 cents a line. 

GOOD HEALTH. Monthly. Health Re- 
form. Established 1866. Good Health Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
guaranteed average circulation, 27,475; 80 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 12th 
pf month preceding publication. 



Advertising rates, agate, per Hue, 20 cents 
each insertion; % page, $3.75; % page, $7; 
V 2 page, $12.50; one page, $25. No discounts. 
Xo ads of less than one inch taken. 



MODERN MEDICINE.-Monthly. Med- 
ical. Established 1891. Modern Medicine 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 



es 



usng o., pusers. uscrpon, ; 
timated circulation, 5,000; 24 pages, 7x12. 
Advertising rates, % page, 3 months, $4; 
page, $7; Vs page, $12; one page, $20. 



PILGRIM (The). Monthly. Home. Es- 
tablished 1899. Pilgrim 'Publishing Co., 
Ltd., publishers. Subscription, $1; guaran- 
teed circulation, 100,000; 28 to ;56 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12% inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close 15th of month pre- 
ceding date of issue. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line. 

See advertisement on pa| 



BAY CITY 

TIMES PRESS. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING, and 
WEEKLY JOURNAL, Thursdays. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1878. Bay City Times 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $6; claimed 
circulation, 8,270; daily and weekly, 8 pages; 
Sunday, claimed circulation, 8,794; 16 pages, 
6 columns; weekly, claimed circulation, 6,000; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents an inch per 
time. No discounts for time or space; posi- 
tion, 10 and 25 per cent extra. Pure read- 
ing notices, ^0 cents per count line. Classi- 
fied advs., 1 cent per word first insertion; % 
cent per word subsequent consecutive in- 
sertions; weekly, 15 cents an inch per time. 
No discounts. 



TRIBUNE. Every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. 
Established 1893. Siiyder & McCabe, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $5; claimed cir- 
culation, 6,400; (Sunday, 6,600); weekly. $1; 
claimed circulation, 6,200; 8 pages (Sunday 
16 pages), 7 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily. 100 inches or less, 
50 cents an inch; 10 to 300 inches, 35 cents 
an inch: 300 to 600 inches, 25 cents an inch; 
over 900 inches, 15 cents an inch. Reading 
notices, 7% and 10 cents a line. Classified 
ads, 1 cent a word first time; % cent after. 
Weekly, 10 per cent less than daily. 

MICHIGAN SUGAR BEET. Every Fri- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1899. Sugar 
Beet Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed average circulation for four 
nionths ending April 30, 1901, 18,334*; 8 



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Sages, 6 and 7 columns; length of columns, 
}% <nches; width, 2% inches. 
Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time- $1.20; 
one month, $4.30; three months, $12.70; six 
months, $23.10; one year, $42; 2 inches, one 
month, $7.48; three months, $24.08; six 
months, $43.78; one year. $79.60. Larger space 
at reduced rates. Reading notices, 25 cents 
a line. 



SEEDING 

MICHIGAN A. O. U. W. HERALD.- 
Monthly. Established 1878. Oscar F. Web- 
ster, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,000; 8 pages, 11x16. 

Advertising rates on application. 



CALUMET 

SENTINELLA. Every Tuesday. Italian. 
Independent. Established 1896. John Lisa, 
publisher. Subscription, $2; claimed circu- 
lation, 5,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 22 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

DETROIT 

ABEND-POST. Every evening except 
Sunday, SUNDAY MORNING and FAMI- 
LIEN BLAETTER, semi-weekly, Tuesdays 
and Fridays. German. Liberal Republi- 
can. Established 1854. August Marzhausen, 
proprietor. Subscription, daily, $7.80; esti- 
mated circulation, 7,000; semi-weekly, $2; 
estimated circulation, 14,000; 8 pages (Sun- 
day, 16 or more pages), 7 columns; length of 
columns, daily, 21 Inches; width, 2,% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, cor. Miami ave- 
nue and Wilcox street. 

Advertising rates, per inch, each inser- 
tion, daily, 75 cents; discounts, 5 per cent on 
100 inches; 7% per cent on 200; 10 per cent on 
300; 12% per cent on 500 inches, etc. Sunday, 
1 time, $1 an inch; semi-weekly, $1.50 an 
inch. Reading notices, 15 and 25 cents in 
daily and Sunday, and 50 cents in semi- 
weekly. Cuts, % extra. Classified ads, 1% 
cents a word first time, 1 cent after. 

EVENING NEWS.-Every evening, DE- 
TROIT TRIBUNE, every morning, except 
Sunday, and oUNDAY NEWS-TRIBUNE, 
Sunday morning. Independent. Estab- 
lished daily, 1873; Sunday, 1881. Evening 
News Association, publishers. Subscription, 
$3.65 for either morning or evening issue; 
sworn average circulation, daily, for year 
1900, 74,852*; Sunday, 42,234*; 8 to 12 pages 
(Sunday, 24 pages); 8 columns; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 2 inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 65-69 Shelby street. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, per line, 
20 cents; special location extra. By the 
month. 15 cents a line each time: by the 
year, lowest rate, 11 cents. Special line 
rates on E. O. D., etc., olassified ods, 1% 
cents a word, each insertion; business lo- 
cals, 50 cents a line, with discounts rang- 
ing from 10 oer cent on 100 lines to 50 per 
cent on 1,000 lines. Reading notices, 75 
cents a line with discounts. All advertise- 



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ments appear in both morning and evening 
editions at one rate. Sunday, ngate, 12 cents 
a line; one month, or 1,000 lines within one 
year, 8 cents a line; three months, or 3,000 
lines, 7% cents a line; six months, or 5,000 
lines, 7 cents; one year, or 10,000 lines, 6 
cents a line. Reading notices, 50 cents per 
line, with discounts for 100 lines and over. 
Classified in Sunday, 1 cent a word. 
See advertisement on page 374. 

FREE PRESS. Every morning, and 
TWICE A WEEK, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Independent. Established 1831. Subscrip- 
tion, $5; sworn average circulation, 42,530: 
(Sunday, 52,512); Twice-a-Week, estimated 
circulation, 130.000; daily, 8 to 12 pages; 
Sunday, 24 to 40; twice a week, 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2^4 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
11-13 Lafayette avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 5th and 8th 
pages, 15 cents; inside piges, 12 cents. Dis- 
counts, 10 per cent for 10 insertions, 15 per 
cent for 20 insertions, 20 per cent for 30 in- 
sertions, 25 per cent for 50 insertions, 30 
per cent for 100 insertions, 40 per cent for 
150 insertions. Business notices, 35 cents; 
reading notices, 50 cents. Special positions 
extra. Sunday, 15 cents per line; 5th and 
8th pages, 18 cents per line; locals, 40 cents 
per line; reading notices. 60 cents per line; 
same discounts as on daily. Twice a week, 
25 cents per line per week (two insertions). 
Reading notices, 50 cents per line. Classi- 
fied ads, daily, and Sunday, 1 cent a word. 
See advertisement on page 466. 

JOURNAL. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Republican. Established 1883. The 
Detroit Journal Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 
30,000; semi-weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 
25,000 (50,000 per week); 8 to 12 pages; 8 col- 
umns: length of columns, 21 1 / inches; width, 
2 inches. Can use matrices. Office, Detroit 
Journal Building. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, one 
time, 10 cents; three times, 9 cents; 13 times, 
8% cents: 26 times. 8 cents; 52 times, 7% 
cents; 104 times, 7 cents; 156 times, 6% 
cents: less than 1 inch, 10 per cent extra. 
Reading notices. 50 cents; local notices, 30 
cents, with discounts; position extra. 
Wants, 1 cent a word. Semi-weekly, 8% 
cents a line or $1.19 per inch; 1 inch, thirteen 
weeks, $1.05 per week or $13.65: 1 inch six 
months, $25.48; one year, $47.32; position 
extra. 

TO-DAY. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1900. Detroit To- 
Day Co., publishers. Subscription by mail, 
$2; carriers, $3; sworn average circulation 
for two months ending June 30. 1901; 25.946*: 
8 pages. 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 13-15 John R street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents a line; 
one week, 6% cents; one month, 5% cents; 
three months, 5 cents; six months, 4 cents; 
one year, 3 4-7 cents a line, per time. Open 
space used within one year, 1,400 lines, 7 



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cents a line; 2,800 lines, 6 cents; 7,000 lines, 
5 cents; 14,000 lines, 4% cents; 28,000 lines, 
3 4-7 cents a line; preferred positions, extra. 
Business locals, 20 cents a line. Reading no- 
tices, 25 cents, with discounts for 250 lines 
and over. Classsifled, 1 cent a word first 
time; % cent subsequent insertions. 
See advertisement on page 383. 

MICHIGAN VOLKSBLATT.-Every 
evening except Sunday. SONNTAGS- 
BLATT, Sunday, and WOCHENBLATT, 
semi-weekly, Tuesdays and D'ridays. Ger- 
man. Independent Democratic. Established 
1853. Michigan Volksblatt Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $7.20; claimed circula- 
tion, 5,421; Sunday, 5,812; semi- weekly, $2; 
claimed circulation, 19,796; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21 inches; width, 
214 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 93 
Gratiot avenue. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 65 
cents; 100 inches, 45 cents an inch; 200 
inches, 40 cents; 500 inches, 35 cents; 1,000 
inches, 30 cents. Reading notices, 20 cents 
a line; 500 lines, 15 cents. Semi-weekly, 1 
inch, one time, $1.50; 100 inches, $1 an inch; 
200 inches, 75 cents; 500 inches, 60 cents. 
Reading notices, 30 cents a linej 500 lines, 
20 cents a line. 

ANGELUS. Every Sunday, also a month- 
ly edition. Roman Catholic. Religious. Es- 
tablished 1882. The Angelus Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 15,000; 10 pages (monthly, 32 
pages), 3 and 4 columns; length of columns, 
13 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 62-64 Griswold street. 

Advertising rates, 6 cents per nonpareil 
line, each insertion. Discounts, 5 per cent 
on three months, 10 per cent on six months, 
20 per cent one one year. 

CHRISTIAN HERALD. Every Thurs- 
day. Baptist. Established 1870. Rev. L. 
H. Trowbridge, publisher. Subscription, 
$1.50; estimated circulation, 4,500; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, East Grand Circus 
Park. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents per line, 
each insertion. Discounts: on over 7 lines, 
one month, 15 per cent; three months, 20 
per cent; six months, 25 per cent; nine 
months, 30 per cent; one year, 40 per cent. 
Reading notices, % extra. 

COURIER. Every Saturday. Independent. 
Established 1864. Edward Wildman, pub- 
lisher. E. W. Judson, editor. Subscription, 
$1; claimed average circulation, 14,600; 8 to 
12 pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 44 West Lamed street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one inch, 75 
cents per time. Reading notices, 25 cents a 
line; 10 per cent discount on three months, 
20 per cent on six months, 30 per cent dn 
one year. 

JEWISH AMERICAN. Every Friday. Re- 
ligious. Established 1900. Jewish American 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 



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claimed average circulation, 8,940: 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
85 Home Bank Building. 

Advertising rates, 70 cents an inch, per 
time, for three months, or less; six months, 
60 cents; nine months, 50 cents; one year, 
40 cents an inch, per time. 

MICHIGAN CATHOLIC. Every Thurs- 
day. Roman Catholic. Established 1872. 
William H. Hughes, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; estimated circulation, 4,800; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 20% Inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 64 State street. 

Advertising rates made known on appli- 
cation. 



MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. 
Every Saturday. Methodist. Established 
1874. Methodist Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1.50; claimed average circula- 
tion for 1900, 18,022; 16 pages, 5 columns; 
length of columns, 15% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 21 Adams avenue. East. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 20 cents. 
Discounts, 10 per cent on four times or 200 
lines, 15 per cent on eight times or 300 
lines, 20 per cent on thirteen times or 500 
lines, 25 per cent on twenty-six times or 
750 lines, 30 per cent on thirty-nine times or 
1,000 lines. 35 per cent on 1.500 lines. 40 per 
cent on fifty-two times, or 2,500 lines. Read- 
ing notices double. 

MICHIGAN FARMER AND STATE 
JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE. Every 

Saturday. Agricultural. Established 1843. 
The Lawrence Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 42,000; 
20 paees, 4 columns; length of columns, 14*4 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 73 Lamed 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, one time, 30 
cents. Discounts, 5 per cent on $20, 10 per 
cent on $50, 15 per cent on $150, 20 per cent 
on $300, 25 per cent on $450 and over. Special 
position, 15 and 25 per cent extra. Business 
notices, nonpareil, 55 cents per count line. 
Reading notices (brevier), 75 cents per count 
line each insertion. 



NATIONAL INDEPENDENT. Every Sat- 
urday. Colored. Republican. Established 
1891. Geo. R. Nevels, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion. $2; estimated circulation, 5,000; 4 pages, 
20x26. Office, 149-151 Randolph street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

STIMME DER WAHRHEIT. Every 
Thursday. German. Roman Catholic. Es- 
tablished 1875. E. Andries, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $2; claimed circulation, 15,900: 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Office, 93 Gratiot 
avenue. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $3; three months, $6.50; six 
months. $11.70; one year, $20.80. 

An edition is also issued at Cleveland, 
Ohio. Rates cover only one edition; for 
both editions add 2-3 to above rates. 



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TKUTI-I. Every Saturday. Independent. 
Liquor Interests. Established 1883. Burch 
& La Riviere, publishers. Subscription, $2; 
estimated circulation, 20,000; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 30-32 Lafayette avenue. 

Advertising rates on application. 

AMERICAN TYLER. Semi-Monthly . Ma- 
sonic. Established 1888. Tyler Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; claimed 
average circulation, 8,500; 24 to 32 pages, 

3 columns; length of columns, 10% inches; 
width, 2^4 inches. Office, 927 Chamber of 
Commerce Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents a line, 
each insertion. No discounts for time or 
space. 

AMERICAN BOY. Monthly. Juvenile. 
Established 1899. Sprague Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 90,000; 32 to 40 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 12 1-7 inches; 
width, 2V4 inches. Forms close 10th preced- 
ing month. Can use matrices. Office, Ma- 
jestic Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 
No discounts. 

See advertisement on page 417. 

BOOK-KEEPER (The).-Monthly. Estab- 
lished 1888. The Book-Keeper Publishing 
Co., Ltd., publishers. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation 70,000; 144 to 200 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns, 8 inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 
10th of preceding month. Office, Campau 
Block. 

Advertising rates, $5 per inch. 

Also publishes BANKER'S REVIEW; ad- 
vertising rates, $1.50 an Inch per time. 

See advertisement on page 497. 

BULLETIN OF PHARMACY.-Monthly 
(4th). Pharmaceutical. Established 1887. 
Wm. M. Warren, publisher. Subscription, 
$1; sworn average circulation for six months 
ending June, 1901, 14,345*; 44 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 9 Inches; width, 
6V4 inches. Can use matrices. 

Also publishes THERAPEUTIC GA- 
ZETTE, AiEDICAL AGE and MEDICINE. 
Forms close 15 days in advance. P. O. ad- 
dress, Box 484. 

Advertising rates, % page, $10; % page, 
$17; one page, $30; yearly rate, % page, $100; 
% page, $180; one page, $350. 

FRATERNAL INDEX. - Monthly. Fra- 
ternal. Established 1884. The Eminent 
Grand Commander, Order of the Star of 
Bethlehem, publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimed circulation, 7,500; 8 pages, 

4 columns; length of columns, 13 inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Office, corner West 
Elizabeth and Park streets. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 12 cents a 
line first time; 10 cents each subsequent 
insertion; one inch, one time. $1; each ad- 
ditional inch, 75 cents, per time; 25 per cent 
discount if entire adv is electrotype*!. 



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HOME STUDY. Monthly. Technical. Es- 
tablished 1900. The Book-Keeper Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 19,000; 24 page, z columns; 
length of columns, 16 inches; width, 2% 
iiifhes. Office Campau Block. 

Advertising rates, $32, per page. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL ADVANCE. Month- 
ly (10th). Sunday School. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1890. Sunday School Advance Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 25 
cents; claimed circulation, 4,250; 16 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, 214 inches. Office, 54 Home Bank 
Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 10 cents a line; one inch, 
one time, 98 cents; three months, $2.75; 
six months, $5; one year, $9; % page, one 
time, $2.50; % page, $4.50; one page, $8. 



THERAPEUTIC GAZETTE. M o n t h 1 y 
(15th). Established 1880. Wm. M. Warren, 
publisher. Subscription, $2; claimed circu- 
lation, 11,500; 72 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 9 inches; width, 5% inches. 
Can use matrices. Forms close 15 days in 
advance. 

Also publishes BULLETIN OF PHAR- 
MACY, which see, also MEDICAL AGE 
and MEDICINE; sworn combined circula- 
tion, 34,257*; P. O. Box, 484. 

Advertising rates, 14 page, $14; % page, 
$21; one page, $37. Discount, 15 per cent on 
six months and over. Combination rate for 
Therapeutic Gazette, Medical Age and Med- 
icine, 14 page, one year, $175; % page, $300; 
one page, $500. 

FLINT 

BAY VIEW MAGAZINE. Monthly (20th). 
Literary. Established 1886. J. M. Hall, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed average 
circulation for year 1900, 6,500; 64 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns, - 7% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

GRAND RAPIDS 

DEMOCRAT. Every morning, and MID- 
DLE WEST, Thursdays. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1856. Grand Rapids Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $3.60; 
sworn average circulation for year 1900, 
16.936*; weekly, $1; guaranteed average cir- 
culation, 5,000; daily, 4 to 8 pages; weekly, 
8 pages; Sunday, 12 to 24 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 2% cents a line; 
35 cents an inch. No discounts for time or 
space. Reading notices, 15, 20, 30 and 40 
cents a ILne. minion, Classified advs, 1 cent 
a word. Weekly, 75 per cent of daily rates. 



EVENING PRESS. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1892. 
The Evening i'n-ss Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily. $3; sworn average circula- 
tion for year 1900, 28,834*; 6 to 8 pages; 



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Saturday, 12 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 22% Inches; width, 2*4 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line; 2 
weeks, 7% cents; one month, 7 cents; three 
months, 6% cents; six mouths 5% cents; one 
year, 4% cents. Open space, used within 
one year, 1,000 lines, 7% cents; 3,000 lines, 
7 cents; 5,000 lines, 6 cents; 7,000 lines, 5 
cents; 10,000 lines, or more, 4M> cents. Read>- 
ing notices, minion, 25 cents a line. Classi- 
fied, 1 cent a word. 

See advertisement on page 374. 

HERALD. Every morning, and SEMI- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Repub- 
lican Established 1884. E. D. Conger, 
manager. Subscription, daily, $5.20; sworn 
average circulation for three months ending 
June 30, 1901, 16,136* (Sunday, 12,099*); semi- 
weekly, $1; claimed average circulation for 
year 1900, 6,367; 8 pages (Sunday, 16 to 24), 
7 columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, Hgate, 5 cents a 
line; 3 times, 4 cents a line per time; 10 
times, 3% cents; 30 times, 3 cents; 78 times, 
2*4 cents; 156 times or more, 1 5-7 cents a 
line per time. Classified, 1 cent a word first 
time, % cent after. Reading notices, 15 
cents a line; 1,000 lines, 10 cents. Semi- 
Weekly, one inch, one time, 56 cents; 4 
times, 3 cents a line per time; 13 times, 2% 
cents; 52 times, 2 cents; one year, 1 5-7 cents. 

MICHIGAN TRADESMAN. Every Wed- 
nesday. Commercial. Established 1883. 
Tradesman Company, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; estimated circulation, 7,000; 36 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, 60 
cents; one month, 55 cents; three months, 
50 cents; six months, 45 cents; one year, 40 
cents per time. E. O. W., 10 per cent 
additional. Reading notices, 20 cents a line. 

LADIES' FANCY WORK MAGAZINE. 
Quarterly. Ladies' Fancy Work. Estab- 
lished 1897. Fancy Work Publishing Co.. 
publishers. Subscription, 35 cents; estimated 
circulation, 20,000; 96 to 112 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 7 inches; width, 2^4 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 
per page, $45. 

See advertisement on page 383. 



HARBOR SPRINGS 

LYRE (The). Monthly. Humorous. Es- 
tablished 1898. John C. Wright, publisher. 
Subscription, 50 cents; estimated circula- 
tion, 5,000; 20 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 8^ inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time. 50 
cents; three months, $1.30; six months, $2.60; 
one year, $5. Reduced graded rate for larger 
space. 

HOLLAND 

DE GRONDWET. Every Tuesday. Hol- 
landish. Republican. Established 1860. 
Mrs. L. Mulder, publisher: J. B. Mulder, 



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manager. Subscription, $1.50; estimated cir- 
culation, 6,000; 16 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Advertising rates, one inch one time, $1; 
one month, $2.50; three months, $5; six 
months, $6; one year, $10. Further rates 
on application. 

ISHPEMING 

SUPERIOR POSTEN. Every Saturday. 
Swedish. Republican. Literary. Estab- 
lished l&o/. A. A. Lind, publisher. Sub- 
scription,, $1.50; claimed circulation, 5,640; 
8 to 10 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 



JACKSON 

CITIZEN. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days. Republican. Established", daily, 1865; 
semi-weekly, 1837. James O'Donnell, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, daily, $5.20; sworn 
average circulation for six months ending 
June 30, 1901, 4,020*; semi-weekly, $1; claimed 
circulation, 3.429; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns. 20 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 25 
cents an inch per time. Discounts: 2 weeks, 
25 per cent; one month, 35 per cent; three 
months, 40 per cent; six months, 45 per 
cent; one year, 50 per cent. E. O. D., 
2-3 daily rates. Classified, 1 cent a word. 
Reading notices, brevier, 10 cents a line. 
Semi-weekly, same rate as daily. 

See advertisement on page 439. 

MORNING PATRIOT. Every morning ex- 
cept Monday. Independent Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1870. EVENING PRESS, every 
evening except Sunday. Established 1884. 
Independent; and WEEKLY PATRIOT 
(two parts), Tuesdays and Fridays. Inde- 
pendent Democratic. Established 1844. The 
Jackson Patriot Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, morning, $5.20; claimed circulation, 
3.382 (Sunday, 3.646); evening, $4.16; claimed 
circulation, 2,469; morning, 8 pages; evening. 



pages; weekly and Sunday, 12 pages, 6 
jlumns: length 
width, y-A inches. 



columns: length of columr 



inches; 



Advertising rates, morning, one inch, per 
time, 18 cents; special positions from 19 to 
23 cents an inch. Evening, 14 cents an inch 
per time; special positions from 15 to 18 
cents an inch. Above rates for electrotyped 
matter. 2% and 5 cents an inch extra for 
composition. Time and space discounts, 
Classified, morning, 1 cent a word; evening, 
% cent a word, with discounts for time. 
Reading notices, morning, brevier, 10 cents 
a line. Evening, 8 cents. Combination dis- 
count, 10 per cent when both papers are 
used. Weekly, 15 cents an inch per time; 
special positions, 16 to 19 cents an inch with 
time discounts. Readers, 10 cents a line. 

INDUSTRIAL NEWS. Thursdays. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1888. Industrial News 
Co.. publishers. Subscription. $1: claimed 
average circulation, 5,500; 12 to 16 pages, 6 



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columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2V4 inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one month, 
$1.50; three months, $4; one year, $12. Read, 
ing notices, 10 cents a line first time, 7% 
cents each subsequent insertion. 



KALAMAZOO 

GAZETTE-NEWS. Every morning except 
Monday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays 
and Fridays. Democratic. Established as 
Gazette, 1833: News absorbed, 1900. Kala- 
mazoo Gazette Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $5.20; sworn average circulation 
for six months ending May 31, 1901, 4,629*; 
semi-weekly, $1; guaranteed circulation ex- 
ceeding 5,000; 8 pages; 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 2 cents a line. 
Discount, two weeks, daily or E. O. D., 10 
per cent; one month, 15 per cent; three 



months. 20 per cent; six months, 30 per 
cent; one year, 50 per cent. Corresponding 
space discounts. Preferred position extra. 



Classified, 1 cent a word first time, % cent 
after. Reading notices, 12 cents per couSt 
line, with discounts for 1,000 lines and 
over. 

TELEGRAPH. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays 
and Fridays. Republican. Established 1844. 
Kalamazoo Telegraph Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5.20; sworn average circu- 
lation for six months ending March 31, 
1901, 6,790*; semi-weekly, $1; sworn average 
circulation tor same period, 7,167*; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 75 cents; two insertions, $1; six in- 
sertions. $2.10; monthly, 30 cents an inch; 
six months, 25 cents an inch; one year, 20 
cents an inch per time. No ad counted less 
than one inch. Discounts on 4 inches and 
over. Classified, 1 cent a word. Reading 
notices, 12 cents a line. Locals, 15 cents to 
25 cents a line. Semi-weekly, 50 cents an 
inch. 1/iscounts, 20 per cent on tnree 
months, 30 per cent on six months, 40 per 
cent on nine months, 50 per cent on one 
year. 

See advertisement on page 373. 

LANSING 

JOURNAL. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. Es- 
tablished, daily, 1887; weekly, 1853. Lansing 
Journal Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$5; claimed average circulation for year 
1900, 2,3^-; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 
2,200; 8 pages, 15x22. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $1.50; one month, 
$3; three months, $6; six months, $12; one 
year, $24. Reading notices, 5 and 10 cents 
a line. Weekly, one inch, one time, 45 cents; 
one month, $1.50; three months, $4; six 
months, $6: one year, $10. Larger space at 
reduced rates. Locals, 10 cents a line first 
time; 5 cents each subsequent insertion. 



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STATE REPUBLICAN. Every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY (in two 
parts), Tuesdays and Fridays. Republican. 
Robert Smith Printing Co., publishers. Es- 
tablished 1855. Subscription, daily, $5; esti- 
mated circulation, 2,800; weekly $1; esti- 
mated circulation 3,200: 8 pages; 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20 Inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 40 
cents; one week, 25 cents; one month, 20 
cents; three months, 15 cents; six months, 
12% cents; one year, 10 cents, per time. 
Classified. 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 
10 cents a line, brevier. Weekly, one inch, 
one time, $1; one month, 80 cents; three 
months, 60 cents; six months, 50 cents; one 
year, 40 cents per time. 

TIMELY TOPICS. Every Friday during 
school year. Educational. Established 1897. 
Henry R. Pattengill, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed average circulation for 
three months ending June 30, 1901, 5,260; 16 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 9% 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.50; 
5 times, $3; 10 times, $5; 20 times, $8; 40 
times, $15. 



MONROE 

NORTH AMERICAN HORTICULTUR- 
IST. Monthly. Horticultural. Established 
1895. The N. A. II. Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed cir- 
culation, 5,000; 16 pages, 11x15. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1.70; 
2 inches, $2.80; 3 inches. $3.70; 4 inches, $4.60. 
Discounts: 3 months, 10 per cent; 6 months, 
15 per cent; 9 months, 20 per cent; one year, 
25 per cent. 

MUSKEGON 

FRIHETS-BANERET. E very Friday. 
Swedish. Independent. Established 1889. 
F. V. Engstrom, publisher. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation. 4,200; 8 to 12 pages, 6 
and 7 columns; length of columns, 22 inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents an inch per 
time. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 

PORT HURON 

BEE HIVE. Monthly. Fraternal. Estab- 
lished 1885. The Riverside Printing Co., 
publishers. Port Huron, Ed. L. Young, 
Norwalk, O., editor. Subscription, 50 cents; 
sworn average circulation;, for year 1900, 
221,759; 16 pages; 4 columns: length of col- 
umns, 14% inches!; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates on application, 

FORESTER. (See Toronto, Ont.) 

LADIES' REVIEW. Monthly. Ladies of 
the Maccabees. Established 1895. Bina M. 
West, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; 
sworn average circulation, for year ending 
April. 1901, 90,381*; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 11% inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates. 3-10 cent an agate line 
per thousand circulation. 



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MICHIGAN MACCABEE. Monthly. K. of 
Maccabee. Established 1887. Riverside 
Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; estimated circulation, 90,000; 16 pages, 
11x14. 

Advertising rates on application. 

SAGINAW 

COURIER-HERALD. Every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and WEEKLY, twice a week, 
Tuesday and Thursday. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1870. Courier-Herald Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily, $4.80; claimed 
average circulation, for year 1900, 6,442 (Sun- 
day, 7,443); weekly, 75 cents; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 8,690; 8 to 16 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, per inch, one 
time, 35 cents; contracts for three months 
at rate of 21 cents per inch; six months, 
19^4 cents'; one year, 17% cents per inch. 
Classified ads, 1 cent a word. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents per line first time; contract 
of 1,000 lines, 7 cents per line. Weekly, one 
inch, one time, 50 cents; yearly orders, $2 
per inch per month. 



NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays and Fri- 
days. Democratic. Established, daily, 1880; 
semi-weekly 1887. Evening News Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $3; sworn aver- 
age circulation for six months ending June 
.30, 1901, 9,604; semi-weekly 75 cents; sworn 
average circulation for the same period, 
8,981; 6 to 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21 inches; width, 2& inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 3 cents a line; 
two weeks, 10 per cent discount ; one month, 
15 per cent; three months, 20 per cent; six 



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months, 30 per cent; nine months. 40 per 
cent; one year, 50 per cent. Discounts of 
5 to 50 per cent on number of lines used 
within one year, ranging from 1,000 to 10,000 
lines. Preferred positions, 15 to 25 per cent 
extra. First page, 50 per cent. Classified, 1 
cent a word first time. V 2 cent after. Semi- 
Weekly, 4 cents a line. Reading notices, 15 
cents a line, with discounts on 1,000 lines 
and over. 



SAGINAW POST-ZEITUNG. Every 
Thursday. German. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1887. F. & C. Reitter, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed, average circulation 
for six months, ending April 30, 1901, 5,500; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 60 
cents; one month, $1.75; three months, $4; 
six months, $7; one year, $12; 2 inches, one 
time, $1; one month, $3; three months, $7; 
six months', $12; one year, $22; 3 inches, three 
months, $11; one year, $32; 4 inches, three 
months, $14; one year $41. Classified, 1 cent 
a word first time; % cent each subsequent 
insertion. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 



ST. JOSEPH 

THRESHERMEN'S REVIEW. Monthly. 
Threshers' Trade Journal. Established 1892. 
The Threslhermen's Review Co. (Incorp.), 
publishers. A. H. Shoemaker, editor. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; guaranteed average cir- 
culation, 25,000; 32 to 48 pages, 3 or 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13 inches; width, 
21-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, one Inch, one 
time, $3; three times, $8,46; six times, $15.84; 
one year, $27.36. Larger space at reduced 
rates. 




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DULUTH 

HERALD. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Independent 
Established, dally, 18SS; weekly, 1889. The 
Duluth Printing and Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $5; claimed 
circulation, 11,000; weekly, $1; claimed cir- 
culation, 4,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20 Inches; vidth, 2% inches. 
Can uitfe matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, one inch, 
one time, 85 cents; subsequent consecutive 
insertions 75 cents; one to three mouths, 40 
cents an inch per time; over three months, 
35 cents; one year, 30 cents. E. O. D., per 
inch, 85 cents; one to three months, 50 
cents an inch per time; over three months, 
45 cents; one year, 40 cents. Open space 
contracts, 500 inches witbin a year, 65 cents 
an inch; 1,000 inches, 50 cents; correspond- 
ing discount for larger space. Special po- 
sitions* extra. Classified, 1 cent a word. 
Reading notices, 16 to 50 cents line. 
Weekly, 1 inch, one time, $1; one month, 
$3.60; three months, $10; six months, $18; 
one year, $34. 

See advertisement on page 445. 

NEWS-TRIBUNE. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1870. Duluth News-Tribune Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $5; weekly, $1; 
sworn average circulation, daily, for one 
year ending May 31, 1901, 9,291*; Sun- 
day, 10,000; weekly, 1,000; 8 to 24 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising- rates, daily, agate, 5 cents a 
line; on contracts of one to three months, 
4 cents a line; longer term contracts, 3 
cents a line, per time. Position, 10, 25 and 
40 per cent extra. Pure reading, 25 cents 
per count line. Local notices', 10 and 15 
cents a line. Classified, ads, 1 cent a word. 
Weekly, 2 cents a line, each insertion. Read- 
Ing notices, same as In daily. Discounts, 10 
to 30 per cent on amounts of $25 to $200, and 
over. 

MINNEAPOLIS 

JOURNAL. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Independent Republican. Established 
1878. Lucian STvift, manager. Journal Print- 
ing Co., proprietors. Subscription, $4; sworn 
average circulation, for four months ending 
April 30, 1901, 48,384* (Saturday issue for 
same period, 50,065*); 10 to 20 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
21-6 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 47-49 
Fourth street, south. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, each 
Insertion, one time, 12 cents; ten timfs, 10 
cents; 30 times, 9 cents; 50 times, 8V 2 cents; 
100 times, 8 cents; 150 times, 1V 2 cents. Pre- 
ferred positions extra. Cuts must be on 



metal base. Reading notices, minion, 30 
cents per line. Pure reading (run of news 
matter), 60 cents a line. Classified adver- 
tisements, 8 cents a line. 
See advertisement on page 374. 

TIDKNDE. Every evening except Satur- 
day and Sunday, SUNDAY MORNING, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Norwegian-Danish. Es- 
tablished, daily. 1887; weekly, 1851. T. Guld- 
brandsen Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily and Sunday, $2; claimed cir- 
culation, daily, 4,300; Sunday, 6,000; weekly, 
50 cents; guaranteed average circulation 
exceeding 30,000; daily, 4 to 8 pages; Sunday 
and weekly, 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices, but must be in Norwegian- 
Danish language. Office. Journal Building. 

Advertising rates, daily, one time, per 
inch, 50 cents; six times, $2.40; one month, 
$9.10; three months, $23.40; six months, 
$42.90; one year, $78; E. O. D., 65 per cent of 
daily rates. Open space, rsed within one 
year, 500 inches, 40 cents an inch; 1,000 
inches, 35 cents; 2,500 inches, 30 cents; 5,000 
inches, 25 cents an inch. Weekly, agate, per 
line, 11 cents, one time; 1 inch^ one time, 
$1.54; one month, $5.88; three months, $18.20; 
six months, $34.58; one year, $65.52. Reading 
notices, 40 cents a line in weekly, 15 cents a 
line in daily, with space discounts. 10 per 
cent off on daily and weekly combined. 

See advertisement on page 396. 

TIMES. Every morning. Independent. 
Established 1888. Times Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $3; Sunday only, $1; 
sworn average circulation, daily, for year 

1900, 29,623*; Sunday, claimed average, 40,- 
000; 8 to 32 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 114-116 Fourth street, 
south. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 5 cents a 
line per time. Full position, 7 cents a line. 
Classified advertisements, 1 cent a word; 
(minimum charge, 25 cents); by the week, 
40 cents a line; by the month, $1.50. Read- 
ing notices, 20 cents, 40 cents and $1 a line. 
Sunday, 8 cents; full position, 12 cent a 
line. Reading notices, 30 cents to $1.50 per 
line. No discounts for time or sspace. 

See advertisement on page 370. 

TRIBUNE. Every morning, every evening 
except Sunday. SUNDAY TRIBUNE, and 
FARMER'S TRIBUNE, weekly, twice a 
week, Tuesdays and Fridays. Republican. 
W. J. Murphy, publisher. Subscription, 
morning. $3; evening, $3; sworn average 
circulation, for one year ending April 30, 

1901, 57,202*; (claimed average Sunday cir- 
culation, for same period, 48,894); weekly, 
$1; guaranteed circulation 50,000; daily and 
weekly, 8 to 10 pages; Sunday, 32 page, 7 



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columns; length of columns, 22 inches; 
width, 2!/i inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 12 cents a 
line; three months' contract, 10 cents; six 
months, 8 cents; one year 7% cents a line 
per time. Special line rates on E. O. D., 
etc. Classified ads, 10 cents a line, or 1 
cent a word. Reading notices, 30, 50 and 75 
cents a line. Weekly, 8 cents a line, agate, 
each issue. No time or space discounts. 

See advertisement on page 400. 



AFTENLAESNING. Every Tuesday. Nor- 
wegian-Danish. Home reading. Established 
1895. T. Guldbrandseu Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed 
average circulation, 6,221; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 2iy 2 inches; width, 
2Vs inches. Dan use matrices. Office, Jour- 
nal Building. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, 60 
cents; one month, $2.20; three months, $6.50; 
six months, $11.70; one year, $20.80. Special 
positions, 25 per cent extra. Reading no- 
tices, 15 cents a line each insertion. 



FOLKEBLADET. E very Wednesday. 
Norwegian. Independent. Established 1879. 
Folkebladet Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed average circulation, 
4.900; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 1900 
Riverside avenue. 

Advertising rates' on application. 

FRBIE PRESSE HEROLD. Every Fri- 
day. German. Republican. Established 
1869. Freie Presse Herold Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; estimated circu- 
lation, 5,000; 12 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns. 22% inches; width, 2*4 inches. 
Office, Journal Building. 

Advertising raitesi, per Inch, one time, $1; 
one month. $3; three months, $6,50; six 
months, $11.70; one year, $20.80. Special 
positions extra. Open space contracts, 200 
inches. 45 cents an inch: 500 inches, 40 cents; 
1,000 inches, 35 cents, Reading notices, 15 
cents a line. 



ILLUSTRERET FAMILIE JOURNAL. 
Every Friday. Norwegian Danish. Lit- 
erary. Established 1881. G. Rasinussen 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$1.50: estimated circulation, 7,500: 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 12% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 235 Fifth avenue, 
south. 

Advertising rates, per inch, 30 cents per 
time. 

LUTHERANEREN. Every Wednesday. 
Norwegian. Lutheran. Established 1893. 
United Norwegian Lutheran Church, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; claimed' average 
circulation, 12,542*; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns. 14 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 223-225 Cedar avenue. 

Advertising rates, one inch, 75 cents, one 
time; one month, $2.80; three months, $8.45; 
six months, $14.30; one year, $26. Reading 
notices, 20 cents a line. 



MINNESOTA 



NORTH AND WEST. Every Thursday. 
Presbyterian. Established 1884. John S. 
Sherrill, publisher. Subscription, $2; claimed 
circulation, 5,000; 24 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns. 10% inches; width, 24 
inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents a line. 
Discounts 10 per cent on one month or 100 
lines; 15 per cent on two months or 260 
lines; 20 per cent on three months or 500 
lines; 25 per cent on six months or 1,000 
line; 30 per cent on one year of 1,500 lines. 
Reading notices, 10 cents per agate line. 

NORTHWESTERN MILLER. Every 
Wednesday. Milling. Established 1873. C. 
M. Palmer, proprietor. Subscription, $3; es- 
timated circulation, 5,000; 56 pages, 11x14. 

Advertising rates, per inch, per time, $3. 
Discounts, three mouths, 12% per cent; six 
months, 25 per cent; one year, 50 per cent. 



NYB NORMA'NDEN AND ALMUEVEN- 

NAN. Every Tuesday Norwegian. Estab- 
lished- 1894. Foss & Lund Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed cir- 
culation, 8,300; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width, 2*4 inches. 
Office, Tribune Building. 

Advertising rates, 40 cents an inch, each 
insertion. 

SVENSKA AMERIKANSKA POSTEN. 
Every Tuesday. Swedish. Independent. 
Established 1883. Swan J. Turnbladv pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1; sworn average cir- 
culation, for yeaj- 1900. 42,282*; 16 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns; 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close Saturday of 
previous week. Office, 53 Fourth street, 
South. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line 
(20 cents if with position). E. O. W., 20 
cents a line. Business notices, nonpareil, 30 
cents a line; pure reading, 50 cents a line. 
Discounts, 5 to 20 per cent for 4, 13, 26 and 
52 insertions. Corresponding space dis- 
counts. No discount on medical advs. 



SVENSKA FOLKET TIDNING. Every 
Wednesday. Swedish. Republican. Estab- 
lished- 1881. Swedish Print Co., of Min- 
nesota, publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 18,000; 12 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, Tribune Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7% cents a line; 
4 times, 6% cents; three months, 5% cents; 
six months, 4% cents; one year, 4 cents per 
time. Special positions, top co'umn, next 
reading, 25 per cent extra. Reading notices, 
20 cents a line; 250 lines, 15 cents; 500 lines 
or more, 12 cents. 

See advertisement on page 497. 



SVENSKA ROMAN BLADET E very 
Saturday. Swedish. Literary. Established 
1888. C. E. Peterson, pubhsuer. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; claimed average circulation, 12,- 
500; 16 pages, 5 columns'; length of columns, 



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14 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 246 Ce- 
dar avenue. 

Advertising rates, per inch, per time, 75 
cents. Heading notices, brevier, 12 cents a 
line. 



UGEBLADET. Every Thursday. Nor- 
wegian Danish. Republican. Established 
1881. C. Rasmussen Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 10,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 20 1 /& inches; width, 21-6 inches. 
Office, 235 Fifth avenue, south. 

Advertising rates, 40 cents' an inch, per 
time. 

VECKOBLAD. Every Tuesday. Swed- 
ish. Republican. Established. 1884. Minne- 
apolis Veckoblad Publishing Co., publishers'. 
Subscription, $1.50; claimed average circula- 
tion, 16,300; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 215 South Sixth 
street 

Advertising rates, 40 cents' an inch, per 
time. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 



FARM, STOCK and HOME.-lst and 15th 
of each month. Agricultural. Established 
1884. Farm, Stock and Home Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed cir- 
culation, 58,000*; 16 to 24 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 2 1-6 
inches. Forms close 8th and 23rd of the 
month. Office, 814 Lumber Exchange. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 
with discounts on amounts from $10 up. 
Reading notices from 35 cents to 70 cents a 
line. 



NORTHWESTERN AGRICULTURIST. 
Semi-Monthly. Agricultural. Established 
1886. The Agricultural Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; guaranteed minimum cir- 
culation, 56,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 14 inches: width 2% inches. 
Forms close 9th and 24th of the month. 
Office, Guaranty Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents' a line; 
250 lines or more, 28 cents; 500 lines, 26 
cents; 1,000 lines, 25 cents; 2,000 lines, 23 
cents j 3,000 lines, 22 cents; 5,000 lines, 20 
cents. Reading matter, brevier solid, 60 
cents a line; leaded, 75 cents a line. Dis- 
counts for time, 5, 15, and 25 per cemt on 6, 
12 and 24 insertions, respectively. No time 
discounts except for consecutive insertions. 
Time discount is given on one inch or over 
only. 



SKANDANAVISK FARMER JOURNAL 

Semi-monthly. Norwegian-Danish. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1883. C. Rasmussen 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; estimated circulation, 5,000; 8 pages, 
6 columns; length of columns, 19% Inches; 
width, 2 % Inches. Office, 235 Fifth avenue, 

Advertising rates, 50 cents per inch, per 
time. 



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SKOERDEMANNEN.-Semi-M o n t h 1 y . 
Swedish. Agricultural. Established 1888. 
Skoerdemannen Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 75 cents; estimated circulation, 
10,400; 20 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Forms close 10th and 25th of 
the mouth. Office, 2625 Chicago avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 13 cente a line. 
Discounts, 6 times, 5 per cent; 12 times, 16 
per cent; 24 times, 25 per cent. 

SVENSKA FAMILJ JOURNAL. Semi- 
Monthly. Swedish. Literary. Established 

1889. C. Rasmussen Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 5,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 12% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 235 Fifth avenue, South. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents an inch per 
time. 

UNGDOMMENS YEN. Semi-Monthly. 
Norwegian Danish. Religious. Established 

1890. Ungdommens Ven Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers'. Subscription, $1; claimed- circula- 
tion, 7,500; 24 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 9% inches; width, 3 1 A inches. 
Office, 412 Cedar avenue. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch, per 
time. 

FAMILY CIRCLE. Monthly. Household. 
Established 1899. R. A. McWilliams, publish- 
er. Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed cir- 
culation, 200,000; 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13%, inches; width, 2*4 
inches. Forms close 26th of preceding 
month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 75 cents a line 
(in effect Oct., 1901. Rate to Oct., 50 cents 
a line). No time or space discounts. 
See advertisement on page 480. 

HOUSEKEEPER. Monthly. Domestic. 
Illustrated. Established 1877. Housekeeper 
Corporation, publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; guaranteed circulation, 170,000; 36 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 



inches; width, 2% inches. Last forms close 

receding 
rices. Office. 51-53 South Fourth street. 



. 
month. Can use mat- 



, 

10th of the pr 
ices. Office. 

Advertising rates, agate, 65 cents per line 
each insertion. Reading notices, $1 per line. 
No time or space discounts. 
See advertisement on page 482. 

KEITH'S HOME BUILDER. Monthly. 
Building. Established 1899. Walter J. Keith, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 



culation, 7,500; 38 pages; type size, 

Forms close 5th of the mon#h. Office, 104 

and 
or 



Lumber Exchange 

Advertising rates, $50 per page; % 
% pages pro rata. No discounts for time 
space. 



MINNESOTA ENDEAVORER. (See Des 
Moines, Iowa.) 



NORTHWESTERN CONG REG ATlONAlr 
IST. (See St. Paul.) 



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NORTHWESTERN HORSEMAN AND 
STOCKMAN. Monthly. Established 1888. 
Northwesftern Horseman and Stockman 
Publishing Co., publishers. R. P. Jones, 
manager. Subscription, $1; claimed circula- 
tion. 10,000; 20 to 36 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 12 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 
Office, 43 South Fourth street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
$1.50; three months, $3.60; six months, $6.50; 
one year, $11.50; graded reduced rate for 
larger space. 

SCHOOL EDUCATION. Monthly, except 
July and August. Established 1882. School 
Education Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 7,000; 40 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 9% inches; width, 
2V4 inches. Office. 1401 University avenue. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1.25; 
y* page, $7; % page, $12; one page, $20. Out- 
side spaces, 10 per cent extra. Readers, 
25 cents a line. Discounts, 5 per cent on 
two months; 10 per cent on three months; 
15 per cent on five months, 25 per cent on 
ten months. 



Ohi- 



WHAT TO EAT. Monthly. (See 
cago, 111.) 

YOUNG PEOPLE'S C O M P A N I O N. 
Monthly. Juvenile. Established 1883. Com- 
panion Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 
8,000; 16 pages; 11x16. Office, 2625 Chicago 
Avenue. 

Advertising rates on application. 



ST. CLOUD 

DER NORDSTERN.-Every Thursday. 
German. Democratic. Established 1874. 
Nordstern Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2; claimed circulation, 6.250; 12 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one week, 
$1; one month, $3; three months, $6; six 
months, $12; one year, $20. Two inches, one 
year, $35; 4 inches, $60. Reading notices, 10 
cents a line. 

ST. PAUL 

DISPATCH. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republi- 
can. Established 1868. Dispatch Printing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $5; 
sworn average circulation for five months 
ending May 31, 1901, 43,882; weekly, 75 cents; 
sworn average circulation, 22,905; 10 to 24 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, Fourth and Minnesota streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, one line, 
one time, 12 cents; 7 to 12 times, 10 cents; 
13 to 25 times, 9 cents; 26 to 50 times, 8 
cents; 51 to 100 times, 7% cents; 101 to 150 
times, 7 cents; over 150 times, 6% cents. 

Open space used within one year, 1,400 
lines, 10 cents a line; 2,100 lines, 9 cents; 
2,800 lines, 8% cents; 4,900 lines, 8 cents; 
7,000 lines, 7% cents; 10.500 lines, 7 cents; 
14,000 lines, 6% cents; special positions extra. 



MINNESOTA 



Reading notices, 30 and 50 cents a line witfi 
discounts on 250 lines and over on yearly 
contract. Classified ads, 2 cents a word. 
(Minimum charge, 30 cents.) Weekly, 70 
cents an inch each time; readers, 30 cents 
a line. 
See advertisement on page 426. 

GLOBE. Every morning. Democratic. 
Established 1870. The Globe Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $4; sworn average circulation 
19,060*; 8 to 28 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, Fourth and Minnesota 
streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, or Sunday, agate, 
3% cents a line. No discounts for time or 
space. Preferred positions, 4 cents a line. 
Classified, 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 
20 and 50 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 373. 

NEWS. -Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1900. The daily 
News Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; sworn average circulation, 24,682*; 
4 pages (Saturday, 8 pages), 7 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line. 
No discount for time or space. Reading 
notices, 21 cents a line. Classified, 1 cent a 
word. Special positions, 10 and 25 per cent 
extra. 

See advertisement on page 456. 

PIONEER PRESS. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1849. Pioneer Press Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $3; sworn average 
circulation for year 1900, 32,519*; Sunday, 
$1.50; sworn average circulation for same 
period, 29,932*; weekly, $1; sworn average 
circulation, 26,443*; daily, 8 and 10 pages, 7 
columns; Sunday, 18 to 32; weekly, 8 to 10 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21*4 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices*. 
Issues also MAIL ORDER SPECIAL, 
Monthly. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 11 cents a 
line; six times, 10 cents; 12 times, 9 cents; 
and thus down to a rate of 5 cents a line 
on 156 times. Classified ads, 2 cents a word. 
Reading notices from 18 to 50 cents a line. 
Weekly. 6 cents a line each time, for dis- 
play. Reading notices same as in daily. 

See advertisement on page 365. 

VOLKSZEITUNG. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WECHENTLICHE VOLKS- 
ZEITUNG and SAMSTAGSBLATT, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays. German. Independent. 
Established, daily,' 1879; weeklies, 1877. Die 
Volkszeitung Printing and Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $4; sworn 
average circulation, daily, for year 1900, 
8,736*; both weeklies, combined, $2; sworn 
circulation, each weekly, 26,321*; 8 to 12 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 317 Minnesota street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 3 cents 
a line each insertion. Reading notices, 10 



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cents per count line. Weeklies, per agate 
line, one time in either weekly, 6 cents; 
both issues, 8 cents a line. Reading notices, 
18 cents per line one time a week; 25 cents 
a line for both issues. 



A. O. TJ. W. GUIDE. Every Thursday. 
Fraternal. Established 1882. David Rama- 
ley, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; 
sworn average circulation for five months 
ending April 30, 1901, 19,700; 4 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, Zfa inches. Office, 49 East Fourth 
street. 

Advertising 1 rates, agate, % cent a line per 
thousand circulation. 

DER WANDERER. Every Wednesday. 
German. Roman Catholic. Established 
1867. Wanderer Printing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2; claimed circulation, 9,650; 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21M> 
inches; width, 2^ inches. Office, 80 East 
Third street. 

Advertising rates. 1 inch, one time, 50 
cents; one month, $2; three months, $6; six 
months, $12; oue year, $20. Discounts, on 
yearly contracts, 2 to 3 inches, 10 per cent; 
4 to 6 inches, 15 per cent. Locals, 10 cents a 
line. Classified ads, 1 cent a word. 

HEIMDAL. Every Sunday. Norwegian 
Danish. Independent. Established 1889. 
Heimdal Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; estimated circulation, 5,000; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20^ 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 249 East 
Seventh street. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents an inch per 
time. 



MINNESOTA STATS TIDNING. Every 
Wednesday. Swedish. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1877. Minnesota Stats Tidning Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, for year 1900, 
10,100; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns,, 21 inches; width, 2^ inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 187 East Seventh street. 

Advertising rates, 1 time, 60 cents per 
inch; 4 times, 50 cents; 13 times, 45 cents; 
26 times, 35 cents; 52 times, 25 cents per 
inch per time. Reading notices, 20 cents a 
line, with discounts. 



NATIONAL REPORTER SYSTEM.- 
Weekly, 44 to 116 pages, 6x10. Subscription, 
$45 (for any single section, $5). Established 
1879. West Publishing Co., publishers. 
Combined claimed average circulation, 26,157 
copies each week. Is issued for various 
sections of the country, as follows: Atlantic 
Reporter, Federal Reporter, New York Sup- 
plement, Northeastern Reporter, Northwest- 
ern Reporter, Pacific Reporter, Southeastern 
Reporter, Southern Reporter and Southwest- 
ern Reporter; also Supreme Court Reporter 
published semi-monthly for nine months in 
the year. Can use matrices. Office, 48 West 
Third street. 

Advertising rates for the ten publications, 
1 inch, one week, $3; four weeks, $12; three 
months, $35; six months, $60; one year, $110. 



MINNESOTA 



NORDVESTEN. Every Thursday. Nor- 
wegian-Danish. Republican. Established 
1880. F. C. Listoe, publisher. Subscription, 
$1; claimed circulation, 14,000; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2y 8 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
Chamber of Commerce Building. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch, with 
discounts. 



NORTHWESTERN CHRONICLE.-Every 
Friday. Roman Catholic. Established 1866. 
Northwestern Chronicle Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; claimed circula- 
tion, 8,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 215-16 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 49 East Fourth street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 12 lines, one 
time, $1; one mouth, $3.25; three months, 
$8.50 six months, $14.40; one year, $20.40. Po- 
sition, 1-5 extra. Reading notices. 25 cents 
a line. 

FARMER. Semi-Monthly. Agricultural. 
Established 1882. Webb Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; sworn 
average circulation for year ending April, 
1901, 54,479*; 16 to 24 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 13 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 47 East Fourth st. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents per agate line. 
Discounts, 5 per cent on $10; 10 per cent on 
$25; 15 per cent on $75; 20 per cent on $150; 
25 per cent on $300; 30 per cent on $500. 
Reading notices, 35 cents a line, nonpareil; 
45 cents a line, brevier. 

Issues also POULTRY HERALD, which 



BACKBONE. Monthly. Prohibition. Es- 
tablished 1897. State Prohibition Committee, 
publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; guaran- 
teed circulation, 25,000*; 4 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13 inches; width, 2Vi 
inches. Forms close 15th of the month. 

Advertising rates, $1.25 an inch with dis- 
counts: 5 per cent on six months, or $25; 10 

er cent on one year, or $50. Reading no- 
ices, 25 cents a line. 

DE LESTRY'S WESTERN MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. Literary. Established 1897. Ed- 
mond L De Lestry, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $1;' sworn circulation, 50,000; 40 to 60 
pages; 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 21-6 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Forms close 25th of preceding month. 
Office, 24 Union Block. 

Advertising rates, $3 an inch; one page, 
$40. 

MAIL ORDER MONTHLY. Established 
1899. J. L. Levering, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 250,000; 
16 to 24 pages, 4 columns; length of columns. 
14V 2 inches; width, 21-6 inches. Can use 
matrices. Forms close 25th of month pre- 
ceding issue. Office, Pioneer Press Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 a line; page 
rates on application. No discounts for time 
or space. 

See advertisement on page 451. 



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NORTHWEST MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Literary. Established 1883. E. V. Smalley 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 35,000; 80 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 10^ inches; width, 
2V4, inches. Forms close 15th of month pre- 
ceding issue. Office, corner sixth and Jack- 
son streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line, 
or ?2.80 an inch. Reading notices, nonpareil, 
40 cents a line. 



OPPORTUNITY (formerly Home and 
Garden). Monthly. Horticultural. Estab- 
lished 1892. Opportunity Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; guaran- 
teed minimum circulation, 25.000; 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2>4 inches. Forms close 10th preced- 
ing month. Office, Newspaper Row. 

Advertising rates, agate, one inch, one 
time, $2.80; three months, $7.50; six months, 
$14; one year, $24; 3 inches, one time, $7.50; 
three months, $19; one year, $67. Reading 
notices, nonpareil, leaded, 40 cents a line. 



PIONEER PRESS, MAIL ORDER SPE- 
CIAL. Monthly. Established 1901. Pioneer 
Press Co., publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; 

fuaranteed circulation, 100,000; 8 to 12 pages, 
columns; length of columns, 2^ inches; 
width, 2 1-16 inches. Forms close on 1st of 
each month. Can use matrices. 
Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 

POULTRY HERALD. Monthly. Poultry 
Raising. Established 1889. Webb Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
guaranteed circulation, 10,000; 36 to 52 pages, 
3 columns; length or columns, 10 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 28th preced- 
ing month. Office, 47 East Fourth street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.40; 
three months, $4.20; six months, $6.75 one 
year, $12.50. Line rate, 10 cents an agate 
line; 50 lines, 8 cents; 100 lines, 7% cents; 
250 lines, 7 cents; 500 lines, 6 cents; 1,000 
lines, 5% cents a line. 

Issue also the FARMER. 



ODD xFELLOWS' REVIEW. Monthly. 
Odd Fellowship. Established 1885. Winn 
Powers, publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 22,500; 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 12 inches; width, 2 T /4 
inches. Forms close 20th of preceding 
month. 

Advertising rates, $2 per inch per month. 

WINONA 

MORNING INDEPENDENT. -Every 
morning except Sunday. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1898. Independent Publishing Co., 



MINNESOTA 



publishers. Subscription, $3; sworn aver- 
age circulation for two months ending April 
30, 1901, 3,599*; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21%, inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, 60 
cents; one week, $2; one month, $5.50; three 
months, ?12; six months, $17; one year, $25; 
position extra. E. O. D., % of daily rates. 
Classified, 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 
15 and 25 cents per count line. 



REPUBLICAN AND HERALD. Every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fri- 
days. Republican. Established. Republican, 
1855; Herald, 1869. The Herald Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $5.20, by 
carrier; $4 by mail; claimed circulation, 3,800; 
weekly, 75 cents; claimed circulation, 4,600; 
8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates. 1 inch, one time, 35 
cents'; one week, $1.10; one month. $3.20; 
three months. $7.20; six months, $12: one 
year, $18. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates. Classi- 
fied, 1 cent a word one time; 1% cents for 
two times; 2 cents for three times; 3 cents 
for one week. No adv. taken for less than 
15 cents. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 
Weekly, 1 inch, one time, 55 cents; one 
month, $1.60; three mouths, $3.60; six months, 
$6: one year $9. Reading notices, same as in 
daily. 

SONNTAGS WINONA. Every Saturday. 
German. Independent Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1887. Joseph Leicht, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1: guaranteed average circulation, 
for year 1900, 23,298; 8 to 16 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21 inches; width, 
21-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 4 cents a line. 

VOLKSBLATT DBS WESTENS. Every 
Thursday. German. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1899. Subscription, 50 cents. Claimed 
circulation, 28,000; 8 pages. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line. 

WESTLICHER HEROLD. Every 
Wednesday. German. Independent Demo- 
cratic. Established, semi-weekly, 1881. Jo- 
seph Leicht, publisher. Subscription, $1; 
guaranteed average circulation for year 1900, 
22.902; 8 to 24 pages. 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21 inches; width, 21-6 inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 4 cents a line. 

FARM, FIELD AND STOCKMAN 

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JACKSON 

CLARION-LEDGER. Every morning ex- 
cept Mondays, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Democratic. Established 1837. Clarion- 
Ledger Co., publishers. Subscription, daijjf, 
$6; claimed circulation, 2,250; weekly, $1; 
claimed circulation, 10,000; daily, 8 pages; 
weekly, 8 to 12 pages, 6 columns; length, of 
columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, per line 
each time, one week, 3% cents; one month, 
16-10 cents; one to three mouths; 1*4 cents; 
three to six months, % cent; six to twelve 
mouths, y 2 cent. E. O. D., one week, 3% 
cents; one month, 2 1-5 cents; three to six 
months, 1 cent; six to twelve months, % 
cent. Heading notices, double display rates. 
Weekly, one month, 6*4 cents per line each 
time; one to three months, 4% cents; three 
to six months, 3V 8 cents; six to nine months, 
2y 2 cents; nine to twelve months, 1% cents. 
Reading or special notices, 10 cents per line 
per time. 

See advertisement on page 427. 



BAPTIST. Every Thursday. Religious. 
Established 1S93. Mississippi Baptist Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. T. J. Bailey, editor 
and manager. Subscription, $2; claimed 
average circulation, 5,993; 16 pages, 3 and 4 
columns; length of columns, 12^ inches; 
width, 214 inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch per 
time. 

MERIDIAN 

NEWS. Every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. 



Established, daily, 1875; weekly, 1866. Meri- 
dian News Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; estimated circulation, 1,100; week- 
ly, $1; estimated circulation, 3,800; 4 to 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, one 
inch, one time, $1; one week, $2; one month, 
$3; three months, $7.50; six months, $15; one 
year, $25. E. O. D., 20 per cent oft" daily 
rates. Reading notices, 20 cents a fine. 
Weekly, one inch, single insertion, $1.50; 
subsequent insertions, y 2 daily rates. 
Special rates for large contracts in either 
or both editions. 



VICKSBURG 

HERALD. Every morning except Mon- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. 
Established 1864. Vicksburg Printing and 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $8; claimed circulation, 3,200 (Sunday 
4,450); weekly. $1; estimated circulation, 3,- 
000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, minion, daily, nine 
lines, one time, $1.50; one week, $6; one 
month, $12; three months, $20; six months, 
$36; one year, $64. Classified ads, 5 cents a 
line. E. O. D., %; two times a weeks, 2-3 
daily monthly rates. Special notices, or 
double column, Vz extra. Weekly, nine 
lines, one time, $1.50; one month, $4; three 
months, $8; six months, $10; one year, $15; 
eighteen lines, three months, $14; one yoar, 
$25. For daily and weekly add Vi to daily 
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CARTHAGE 

JASPER COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Every 
morning except Monday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays, Democratic. Established 1881. 
Cornelius Roach, publisher. Subscription, 
daily, $5; claimed circulation, 1.816; week- 
ly, $1.50; claimed circulation. 5,424; daily, 8 
pages, 5 columns; length of columns, 18 
inches (weekly, 12 pages, 6 columns), length 
of columns, 19^ inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, $1 an Inch a 
month. Reading notices, 5 cents a line. 
Weekly, $1 an inch a month. Readers, 10 
cents a line. 

CHILLICOTHE 

MISSOURI WORLD. Every Wednesday. 
People's Party. Established 1888. Dixon & 
Lankford, publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
estimated circulation, 10,000; 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 23^ inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents a line. 
Reading notices, brevier, 25 cents a line. 
Liberal discounts for time and space. 

EAGLEVILLE 

HOPEFUL TREASURE. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1899. Mrs. Jessie Whitsitt, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; sworn cir- 
culation, 6,000; 24 pages; length of columns, 
15 inches: width 2V4 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line, 
per time. Reading notices, 15 cents a line; 
10 per cent discount on 2,000 lines; 20 per 
cent on 5,000 lines. 

INDEPENDENCE 

CHURCH BELLS. Monthly. Episcopal. 
Established 1882. F. C. Florence, Manager. 
Subscription, $1; claimed average circula- 
tion, 5,000; 16 to 24 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 12 inches; width. 2^4 inches. 
Also dated at Kansas City, Mo. 

Advertising rates, $1 per inch per time; 
display or reading. 

JEFFERSON CITY 

MISSOURI SCHOOL JOURNAL. Month- 
ly. Educational. Established 1883. Howard 
A. Gass, publisher. Subscription, $1.25; 
claimed average circulation, for year 1800. 
4,083*; 48 to 68 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 8% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
$1.50r one page, one time. $15; with dis- 
counts. Reading notices, 25 cents a line, 
brevier. 

JOPUN 

DAILY GLOBE. Every morning, except 
Monday. Democratic. Established 1896. 



The Joplin Globe Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $5; guaranteed average circu- 
lation, daily, 8,619; Sunday, 8,947; 8 pages 
(Sunday, 16 to 24 pages), 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20 inches; width, 2y s inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 4 cents a line; 
2.000 lines, used within one year, 2% cents a 
line; 5,000 lines, 2 cents; 10,000 lines; 1% 
cents. Reading notices, 15 cents a line; 500 
lines, 10 cents; 1,000 lines, 7V 2 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 476. 

NEWS-HERALD. Every morning except 
Saturday, and MINING HERALD, Fridays. 
Republican. Established 1900. News-Herald 
Newspaper Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; claimed average circulation, 5,000; 
Sunday, $2; claimed circulation, 6,000; 
weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 1.100; daily 
8 to 16 pages; weekly, 8 pages; Sunday, 12 
to 24 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2^4 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 35 cents an 
inch, per time; one week, 80 cents; one 
month, $3 an Inch. Yearly contracts, $2.50 
an inch a month. Open space, used with- 
in one year, 1,000 inches, 20 cents an inch: 
2,000 inches, 15 cents. Business locals, 10 
cents a line first time; 5 cents each subse- 
quent insertion; by the week, 25 cents; by 
the month, $1 per line. 

KANSAS CITY 

DROVERS' TELEGRAM. Every even- 
ing except Sunday. Live Stock. Estab- 
lished 1884. J. H. Neff & Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $4; sworn circulation, 28,608: 
4 pages, 7 columns: length of columns, 22 
Inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use ma- 
trices. Office, 1710 West Sixteenth street. 

Advertising rates on application. 



JOURNAL. Every morning, and JOUR- 
NAL AND AGRICULTURIST, Thursdays. 
Republican. Established 1854. The Journal 
Company, publishers. Subscription, daily 
and Sunday. $4; guaranteed circulation, ex- 
ceeding 50,000: weekly, 25 cents; guaranteed 
circulation, 125.000; daily, 10 to 30; weekly, 
10 to 12 pages, 7 columns: -length of columns. 
21 5-7 inches: width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, Ninth and Grand avenue. 

Advertising rates, daily and Sunday, 
agate, 10 cents a line; 3,000 to 7,500 lines, 9 
cents a line; 7,500 lines, and over, 8 cents; 
position extra. Reading notices. 50, 75 cents 
and $1 per line. Classified ads, 5 cents a 
line. Weekly edition, 25 cents a line each 
insertion. No discount for time or space. 
Reading notices. 50 cents a line; first page, 
$1 a line. Position extra. 

See advertisement on page 415. 



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MAIL. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Independent Re- 
publican. Established, daily, 1891; weekly, 
1895. Kan-as City Mail Newspaper Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $2.50: claimed 
circulation, 7,000; weekly, 25 cents; claimed 
circulation, 23,000; 8 pages, 7 columns, length 
of columns, 20 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 508 Delaware st. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 1 inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $1.50; one month, 
$5; three months $14; six months, $25; oue 
year, $50. Reading notices, 5 cents a line, 
with time discounts. Weekly, 3 cents a 
line; medical, 4 cents. Reading notices, 5 
and 10 cents a line. 

PRESSE. Every evening, except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. German. Re- 
publican. Established 1874. Dietzgen & Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily. $6; claimed 
circulation. 3,360; weekly, $2; claimed circu- 
lation, 5,200; daily, 8 pages; weekly, 12 
Eages, 6 columns; length of columns 20 
iches; width, 2% inches. Office, 1026 East 
18th street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

See advertisement on page 371. 

STAR. Every evening except Sunday, 
SUNDAY MORNING, and WEEKLY. Wed- 
nesdays. Independent. Established 1879. Kan- 
sas City Star Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; sworn average circulation, 91,010* 
(Sunday, 91,010*); weekly. 25 cents: sworn 
average circulation, 168,428*; 8 to 16 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
Eleventh st. and Grand ave. 

Advertising rates, agate. 15 cents a line; 
7.500 lines. 12% cents. Reading notices from 
50 cents to $1.50 a line. Classified ads. 10 
cents a line. Sunday only, 20 cents a Une 
each insertion. Weekly. 40 cents a line; no 
discounts. Reading notices from 50 cents 
to $2 a line. 

See advertisement on pages 430 and 431. 



TIMES.-Every morning, and WEEKLY. 
Fridays. Democratic. Established 1868. 
The Times Publishing Co.. publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily. $4; sworn average circula- 
tion. 32.897 (Sunday, 38,541); weekly, 25 cents; 
guaranteed average circulation, exceeding 
73,000; daily, 8 to 14 pages; Sunday. 16 to 
24 pages: weekly, 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns. 21 5-7 inches; width, 214 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, per line, 6 
> cents. Classified, solid, 5 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 50 cents a line. Weekly, 
per line, display, 15 cents. Reading matter. 
30 and 50 cents. Sunday, display. 7 cents a 
line. Readers, 30 and 50 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 506. 

WORLD. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1894. Kellogg & 
Ashbaugh, publishers. Subscription, $3; 
sworn average circulation, 32,074*: 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21 1 4 inches: 
width. 2% inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice, 1116-1118 Oak street. 



MISSOURI 



Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents a line, 
per time. Classified, 1 cent a word. Read- 
ing notices, 25 cents a line, per time. 

See advertisement on page 456. 

CENTRAL CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. 
Every Wednesday. Methodist. Established 
1856. Jennings & Pye, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1-60; estimated circulation, 35,000; 32 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 11V4 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, Nelson 
Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line 
26 times, or 1,000 to 2,000 lines used within 
one year, 20 cents a line; 52 times, or 2,000 
lines or over, 15 cents a line. Reading no- 
tices, double price. Special positions, 10 
and 20 per cent extra. 

INDEPENDENT. Every Saturday. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1899. George Creel, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation, 21,000; 16 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 14 inches; width, 



nd 3% inches. Office, Rookery Building. 
Advertising rates, per inc 
$1.25; one month, $1.15 per time; 12 times, 



. 
inch, one time, 



. , . , 

$1.10; one year, $1 per time. Wide column, 
$2 per inch per time; one month, $1.75 per 
time: one year, $1.50. 

See advertisement on page 475. 

LIVE STOCK INDICATOR. Every Wed- 
nesday. Live Stock and Agriculture. Es- 
tablished 1878. The Indicator Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 21,400; 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 12% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 203 Temple Block. 

Advertising rates, agate, under 25 lines, 
30 cents a line, with a graduated line rate 
reaching 13 cents on 300 lines and 10 cents 
on 4,000 lines. One inch, one month, $11.20; 
three months, $27; six months, $47.32; one 
year, $83.72. Reading notices, 30 cents a 
line. 

OBSERVER. Every Saturday. Colored. 
Independent. Established 1896. L. C. Wil- 
liams, publisher. Subscription, $1.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,000; 4 pages, 7 columns. 
Office, 1007 McGee street. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents an inch first 
time; 25 cents each subsequent insertion. 



PACKER.-Every Saturday. Live Stock 
Markets. Provisons Grain and Produce. 
Established 1891. The Barrick Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
average circulation, 32,528: 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, Midland Bank Building. 

Advertising rates, agate. 10 cents a line. 
Special pages, 12 cents a line. Discounts, 5 
per cent on 1,000 lines; 7% per cent on 2,000 
lines; 10 per cent on 3,000 lines and over. 
Per inch, three months, $18.20; one year, 
$72.80. Reading notices, 25 cents per agate 
line. 



WORD AND WAY. Every Thursday. 
Baptist. Established 1896. Word and Way 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 



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$1; guaranteed circulation, 10,000; 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2 1 A inches. Office, Ninth and Walnut 
streets. 

Advertising rates, 8 cents per agate line; 
one thousand lines, 6 cents; two thousand 
lines, 5 cents. Reading notices, 10 cents 
per line, leaded nonpareil. 

CHURCH BELLS. Monthly. See Inde- 
pendence, Mo. 

HORSE SHOW MONTHLY. Horse inter- 
ests. Established 1895. A. E. Ashbrook, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed average 
circulation, 5,000; 32 pages or more, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns. 10 inches; width, 
3% inches. Office, 304 Lyceum Building. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, $1.50; 
% page, $12.50; % page, $24; one page, $40. 
Discounts 10, 15, and 20 per cent on 3, 6 and 
12 months respectively. 

ILLUSTRATED WORLD. Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1889. Illustrated World Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 18,500; 32 to 48 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 10 inches; width, 2*4 
inches. Forms close 15th of the month. 
Office, 1016 Wyandotte street. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 an inch per 
month; discounts on six months and over. 

MISSOURI AND KANSAS FARMER. 
Monthly. Agricultural. Established 1884. 
Cliffe M. Brooke, publisher. Subscription, 
25 cents; claimed average circulation for 
year 1900, 12,083; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns. 19% inches; width, 2*4 inches. 
Office, 606 West 14th street. 

Advertising rates, per inch, each issue, $1. 
Reading notices, per line nonpareil type,. 10 
cents. No discounts. 

MISSOURI VALLEY FARMER. Monthly. 
See Topeka, Kan. 

POULTRY AND BELGIAN HARE 
STANDARD. Monthly. Poultry and Pet 
Stock. Established 1899. Markward & 
Stricklette, publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents: claimed average circulation for five 
months ending May 1901, 6,500; 36 to 64 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 9 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, Hall Build- 
ing. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, 
$1.50; three months, $3.75; six months, $6.75; 
one year, $12. 

PYTHIAN HERALD (The). - Monthly. 
Fraternal. Established 1890. W. L. Stahl, 
publisher. Subscription. $1; claimed circula- 
tion, 12.000; 16 pages, 4 columns: length of 
columns. 13% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office. 818 Walnut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $2 an inch, per 
time; six months, $1.50 an inch per time; 
one year. $1 an inch, per time. Reading 
notices, 20 cents a line, with discounts for 
six months and one year. 

See advertisement on page 419. 



MISSOURI 



KIRKSVILLE 

JOURNAL OF OSTEOPATHY. (The). 
Monthly. Medical. Established 1894. Amer- 
ican School of Osteopathy, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 10,000; 48 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches: width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 an inch per time. 



ST. JOSEPH 

GAZETTE-HERALD. Every morning. 
Independent. Established 1845. Gazette 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $4; claimed circulation, daily, 12,000; 
Sunday, 20,000; 8 pages, (Sunday, 20 pages), 
7 columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 2% cents 
a line; Sunday, 3 cents a line. No discounts 
for time or space. Special positions extra, 
classified, 1 cent a word. Reading notices 
(pure), 15 cents per count line; locals, 10 
cents per count line. 



NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1874. St. Joseph Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; weekly, 
50 cents; sworn average circulation, daily, 
for year 1900, 21,097*; weekly, 5,100; 8 to 16 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns. 21 
inches; width, 2 Inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 4 cents a 
line; with discount of one cent a line, per 
time for 2,000 lines, or more. Classified, 1 
cent a word. Position, 25 per cent addi- 
tional. Reading notices, with "adv," 50 
cents per count line; solid nonparlel 
grouped with other paid notices, 12 cents a 
line. Weekly, per line, 2 cents. Reading 
notices, 10 cents a line. 



MEDICAL HERALD.-Monthly. MedicaT. 
Established 1881. Medical Herald Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; claimed average 
circulation for three months ending June. 
1901, 6,267; 100 pages, 2 columns: length of 
columns. 7^ inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, % page, one year, $50; 
% page, $75: % page, $125; one page, $200: 
for less time than one year, 25 per cent 
extra. 



MODERN FARMER AND BUSY BEE. 

Monthly. Established 1890. Emerson F. Ab- 
bott, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; es- 
timated circulation, 6,000; 24 pages. 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 10 inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 
25th preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate. 10 cents a line 
28 lines, 9 cents a line; 56 lines, 8 cents: 
84 lines, 7 cents; 112 lines. 6% cents, and 
so on to 1,000 lines at 4 cents a line. Read- 
ing notices, 15 cents per count line. 

NEBRASKA AND KANSAS FARMER. 
Monthly. (See Red Cloud. Neb.) 



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POULTRY TOPICS. Monthly (formerly 
of Warsaw, Mo.) Poultry. Established 1891. 
Poultry Topics Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 25 cents; claimed average circulation, 
12,000; 24 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 10 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, per time, $1; 
one-half inch pro rata. 



WESTERN FRUIT GROWER. Monthly. 
Horticultural and High-grade Farming. Es- 
tablished 1896. Union Printing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, 50 cents; sworn average 
circulation, for four months ending April 
1901, 16,560*; guaranteed average circulation 
for year 1901, 15,000*; 16 and more pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 13 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 10th of the month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line. 

ST. LOUIS 

AMERIKA. Every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays. German. Independent. 
Established 1872. German Literary Society, 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $8; estimat- 
ed Circulation, 12,000 (Sunday, 15,000); week- 
ly, $2; estimated circulation, 32,000; daily, 8 
to 10 pages; Sunday, 20 to 24 pages; weekly, 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20% 
inches; width, 2 1-12 inches. Can use ma- 
trices. Office, 13 and 15 North Third st. 

Advertising rates on application. 



EVENING CHRONICLE. Every evening 
except Sunday. Independent. Established 
1880. Scripps-McRae League, publishers. 
Subscription, $3; sworn circulation, 54,000; 
8 pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 21 1 /fe 
inches; width, 2 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 14 and 16 South Sixth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, one 
time, 8 cents; for position, 10 cents a line. 
On contracts for 5,000 lines or more, to be 
used within one year, or a stipulated 
amount of space, to be used on stated days 
each week for one year, 7 cents; for po- 
sition, 8 cents. No advertisement less than 
2 inches given position. Classified, 8 cents a 
line. Reading notices, run of paper, 35 
cents; 500 lines, 30 cents; 1,000 lines, 25 cents. 
Pure reading, 42 cents a line; 500 lines, 35 
cents: 1.000 lines, 30 cents. 

See advertisement on page 490. 

GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. E very morning, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days. Republican. Established 1852. The 
Globe Printing Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $6; sworn average circulation, 
for six months ending June 30, 1901, 88,201*; 
Sunday, for same period, 104,846*; semi- 
weekly, $1; sworn average circulation, for 
same time, 136.007*; 12 to 58 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns. 21% inches; width, 
214 inches. Can use matrices. Office, South- 
west corner Sixth and Pine streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, one tUne, 
25 cents; seven times, $1.50; thirty times, 
$4.95; each additional insertion, 13^ cents 
per line; amusement and last page, one 
time, 30 cents; thirty times, $5.82; each ad- 



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ditional insertion, 15 cents per line; 1 t. a. 
w., 20 per cent extra; 2 t. a. w., including 
Saturday or Sunday, 30 per cent.; 3 t. a. w., 
including Saturday and Sunday, 33 1-3 per 
cent extra. Saturday or Sunday only 30 
cents per line, each insertion. Local no- 
tices, Saturday or Sunday, 75 cents, other 
days, 50 cents. Leaded notices on editorial 
page, $1; Saturday and Sunday, $1.25. Ad- 
vertisements before Marriages and Deatns 
or City News, 30 cents per line each inser- 
tion; Saturday or Sunday, 35 cents. Semi- 
Weekly, 65 cents. Local notices, $1 per line. 
Leaded notices, editorial page, $1.25; special 
position extra. 



POST-DISPATCH. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. Inde- 
pendent Democratic. Established 1852. Pul- 
itzer Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, including Sunday, $6; sworn av- 
erage circulation, daily, for six months 
ending June 30, 1901, 94,753*; Sunday, for 
same period, 162,169*; 8 to 16 pages, daily; 
40 to 60 pages, Sundays; 7 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 513 Olive street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, one 
time, daily, 25 cents; Sunday, 30 cents; dis- 
counts on one thousand lines, or thirteen 
times, 10 per cent; on two thousand lines, 
or twenty-six times, 20 per cent; on three 
thousand lines, or seventy-eight times, 30 
per cent; on four thousand lines or one hun- 
dred and four times, 35 per cent; on five 
thousand lines, or more, or one hundred 
and fifty-six times, or more, 40 per cent. 
Leaded notices, daily, 60 cents a line; Sun- 
day, 75 cents. News style notices, daily, $1; 
Sunday, $1.25. Classified advertisements, 10 
cents a line. 



REPUBLIC. Every morning, and SEMI- 
WEEKLY, Mondays and Thursdays, Demo- 
cratic. Established 1808. George Knapp & 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, with- 
out Sunday, $4; sworn average circulation, 
for one year ending March 31, 1901. 79,977;* 
Sunday, $2; sworn average circulation, for 
same period, 86.503;* semi-weekly, $1; sworn 
average circulation for same time, 143,633;* 
daily, 10 to 24 pages; Sunday, 50 to 60 pages: 
semi-weekly, 16 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21^ inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, Seventh - and Olive 
streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, one time, 
25 cents; Sundays only 30 cents; three in- 
sertions, not less than three times a week; 
20 cents a line, each time, either daily or 
Sunday; seven times, 17 cents per time; 
thirty times, 15 cents; sixty times, 12 cents 
per time. Discounts on line contracts, in 
either daily or Sunday, are also given. 
Classified, agents, % cent a word. Reading 
notices, from 60 cents to $1 in daily; 75 
cents to $1.25 in Sunday issue. Semi- 
Weekly, 75 cents per line, one week; one 
month, $2.80; three months. $8.45; six 
months. $15.60: one year, $28.60; five hun- 
dred lines. 65 cents; one thousand lines, 55 
cents; 4,000 lines, 50 cents a line. Reading 
matter, leaded nonpareil, per line, one week, 



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$1.25; one month $4.60; three months, $14.65; 
six months $26; one year, $46.80. Specified 
position, 25 per cent extra. All ads. go in 
both issues of Semi-Weekly. 

STAR. Every evening except Sunday, and 
SUNDAY MORNING. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1883. The Star Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $5: estimated circula- 
tion, daily, 80,300; Sunday, 68,700; 8 to 12 
pages (Sunday 40 to 60); 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width, 2% Inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, corner of Ninth 
and Olive streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
on line contracts for one thousand lines; 
15 cents a line; two thousand lines, 14 cents; 
three thousand lines, 13 cents; five thousand 
lines, 12 cents; seven thousand five hundred 
lines. 11 cents; ten thousand lines, 10 cents; 
discounts for repeated insertions are also 
given. Classified advertisements, 10 and 15 
cents a line. Reading notices, local page, 
50 cents; editorial page, $1; first page, $1.50; 
liberal discounts on line contracts for read- 
ing notices. Special position extra. 

WESTLICHE POST.-Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, MISSISSIPPI BLAETTER, 
combined Sunday edition of daily Westliche 
Post (morning issue), and daily Anzeiger, 
(evening issue), ANZEIGER, every evening 
except Sunday, WEEKLY. WESTLICHE 
POST. Friday's, and WEEKLY ANZEIGER 
DES WESTENS, Wednesdays. German. 
Republican. Established 1857. German- 
American Press Association, publishers. 
Subscription, morning, without Sunday, $6: 
evening, $3; estimated circulation, morning 
issue, 34,200; evening. 32,700; Sunday, 77,000; 
weekly, Westliche Post, $2; estimated cir- 
culation, 33,500; weekly, Angeizer Des West- 
ens, $2; estimated circulation, 31,800: daily, 
8 to 12 pages, Sunday, 42 to 56 pages; week- 
ly, 12 pages. 7 columns; length of columns, 
daily. 21 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, Broadway and Market 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, morning issue 
per line, first insertion, 15 cents; subsequent 
insertion, 10 cents; one month, $3.00; three 
months, $6; six months, $9; one year, $12. 
Evening issue, one insertion, 15 cents a 
line; six consecutive insertions, 40 cents; one 
month, twenty-six times, $1.50; three 
months, $4; six months, $6.50; one year, $10. 
Sunday issue, 15 cents a line; yearly con- 
tracts, 10 cents. Weekly edition same as 
Sunday. Special notices, 20 cents a line, 
each time. Readers or locals, 50 cents a 
line, \vant ads., 10 cents a line, first time, 
subsequent insertions, 5 cents. Special line 
rates for E. O. D.. etc. Rates for 5,000 lines 
furnished on application. 

See advertisement on page 410. 

AMERICAN BAPTIST FLAG. E very 
Thursday. Baptist. Established 1875. Na- 
tional Baptist Publishing Co., -publishers. 
Subscription, $1.50; estimated circulation, 
15,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13Ms inches; width, 2VI inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 2714 Olive street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line 



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each insertion. Reading notices, 15 cents, 
leaded nonpareil. Discounts, 10 per cent 
on 5 to 250 lines, 15 per cent on 500 lines, 20 
per cent on 750 lines, 25 per cent on 1,000 
lines, 30 per cent on 2,000 lines. 

AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS CO. 
See advertisement on page 385. 

BARNES, CROSBY & CO. See advertise- 
ment on page 413. 

BUTCHERS' AND PACKERS' GAZETTE. 
Every Thursday. Meats and Packing. Es- 
tablished, Gazette, 1808, "Butcher, 1883; 
merged, 1900. Butchers' and Packers' Ga- 
zette Publishing Co., publishers. John H. 
Sell o field, Manager. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, 41,600; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 24 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 918 Pine street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
$1.50; one month, $5; three months, $10; six 
months, $15; one year, $25. Pure reading 
notices, 50 cents a line. 

CENSOR (The), formerly Dyer's News 
Letter. Every Thursday. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1894. Geo. C. Dyer, publisher: 
Subscription, $2; guaranteed circulation, 
32,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 12 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, Insurance Exchange Build- 
ing. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 30 cents a line. 

CENTRAL BAPTIST. Every Thursday. 
Baptist. Established 1865. Armstrong and 
Payne, publishers. Subscription, $2; aver- 
age circulation, for six months ending 
March 31, 1901, 10,642*; 16 pages; 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13% inches; width, 2'/ 8 
Inches. Office, 316 North Eighth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents; 1,000 
lines, 7 cents; 2,000 lines 6 cents. 

CENTRAL CHRISTIAN REGISTER. 

Formerly Register-Review, Kansas City, Mo. 
Every Thursday. Christian or Disciples of 
Christ. Established 1888. Christian Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription. $1; 
claimed circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 11 inches; width, 
y/4, inches. Office, 1522 Locust street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 4 cents per line; 
Discounts, 10 per cent on 500 lines; 15 per 
cent on 1,000 lines; 25 per cent on 3,000 lines. 
Reading notices, 6 cents per count line, 
leaded nonpareil. 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Wed- 
nesday. Methodist. Established 1850. James 
M. Hamlin, advertising manager. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; claimed circulation, 25,000; 16 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns, 16 1-3 inches; 
width, 2 Inches. Office, 1414 Locust street, 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line 
each insertion. Notices, 50 cents per line. 
Discounts 10 per cent on $100; 15 per cent 
on $250; 20 per cent on $500; 25 per cent on 
$750; 35 per cent on $1,000. 



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CHRISTIAN-B VANGELIS T. Every 
Thursday. C'nristian or Disciples of Christ. 
Established 1832. Christian Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1.50; guaranteed 
circulation, for year 1900, 17,345*; 32 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 11*4 inches; 
width, 2Vi inches. Office, 1522 Locust street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line 
each insertion. Notices, 22% cents per line. 
Discounts, 10 per cent on 500 lines; 15 per 
cent on 1,000 lines; 20 per cent on 2,000 lines; 
25 per cent on 3,000 lines. 



COLMAN'S RURAL WORLD. Every 
Wednesday. Agricultural. Established 1848. 
N. J. Colman. publisher. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation, 50,000; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20% inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Office, Olive and Eighth 
streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a 
line, each insertion; 500 lines used within 
one year, 14 cents a line; 1,000 lines, or more, 
13 cents; special positions, 25 per cent extra. 
Reading notices, 35 cents per count line. 

DER FRIEDENSBOTE. Every Sunday. 
German. Evangelical. Established 1849. 
Eden Publishing House, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation. 26,150; 8 
pages, 3 columns: length of columns, 13 
inches; width, 3 inches. Office, 1716 Chou- 
teau avenue. 

Advertising rates one inch, one time, $2; 
two insertions, 12% per cent discount: six 
insertions. z5 per cent; twelve insertions. 
33 1-3 per cent; twenty-four insertions, 50 
per cent discount. 

FARM MACHINERY. Every Tuesdaj-. 
Implements and Vehicle Trade. Established 
1886. Midland Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2; sworn average circulation. 
10.288; 60 to fco pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns 11 inches; width, 2*4 inches. Office, 
506 Olive street. 

Advertising rates, one Inch, one month, $4; 
three months, $13: six months, $26; twelve 
months, $t>2. Reading notices, 50 cents per 
line. 



HEROLD DES GLAUBENS. Every Wed- 
nesday. German. Roman Catholic. Estab- 
lished 1850. German Printing nnd Publish- 
ing Association, publishers. Subscription. 
$2; sworn average circulation, for. year 1900, 
32., 988*; 8 pages, 7 columns: length of col- 
umns, 201/2 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
nse matrices. Office, Temple Building 19 S. 
Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, one time, 12 cents 
a line; second insertion, 8 cents a line; 
third and subsequent insertions, 5 cents a 
line. Reading notices, double price. Dis- 
counts. 10 per cent on 104 inches: 15 per 
cent on 260 inches; 20 per cent on 520 inches. 

HLAS. E very Wednesday. Bohemian. 
Catholic. Established 1871. Bohemian Lit- 
erary Society, publishers. Subscription. $2; 
guaranteed average circulation, 6,500*; 8 



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pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 19 1-7 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Office, 1625 S. 
llth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 lines, three 
months, $5; six months, $8; one year, $13. 

HUMORIST. Every Thursday. Wit and 
Humor. Established 1879. Henry Her- 
manns, publisher. Subscription, $2; claimed 
average circulation, 5,000; 12 pages, 4 col- 
umns. Office, Fourth and Market streets. 

Advertising rates, per inch, per time, $2; 
one inch, six months, $25; one year, $40; 
Reading notices, 50 cents a line. 

JEWISH VOICE. Every Friday. Jewish. 
Established 1881. Rabbi M. Spitz, publisher. 
Subscription $2; estimated circulation, 12,- 
000; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns, 
17& inches; width, 2% inches. Office, Hagan 
Building. 

Advertising rates. $1 an inch. Reading no- 
tices, 25 cents per line. 

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE. Every 
Thursday. Agricultural. Established 1866. 
St. Louis Journal Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed average circula- 
tion, 38,000: 16 pages, 4 columns, length of 
columns, 14% inches: width, 2% inches. Also 
publishes JOURNAL MONTHLY, which 
see. Office, corner Olive and Second streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 40 cents per nonpariel line. 
Discounts, three months, or 100 lines, 5 per 
cent; six months, or 500 lines, 10 per cent; 
one year, or l,uOO lines, 15 per cent. 

See advertisement on page 389. 



MEDICAL REVIEW. Every Saturday, 
Medical. Established 1875. St. Louis Med- 
ical Review Association, publishers. Sub- 
scription. $1; claimed average circulation, 
8,000; 32 pages, 2 columns. Office, 3559 Olive 
street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

MIRROR. Every Thursday. Independent 
politics, literary, critical. Wm. Marlon 
Reedy, publisher. Subscription, $2; claimed 
circulation, 31.000; 20 to 40 pages, 3 and 4 
columns; length of columns, 11% inches; 
width, 2i/s inches. Office, 812 Security 
Building. 

Advertising rates, display, 1,000 lines or 
less, 12 cents per line; 1,000 to 5,000 lines, 
10 cents; larger contracts, special rates. 
Reading notices, $1 per count line. 

MISSOURI STATE REPUBLICAN. 
Every Thursday. Republican. Established 
1901. ' E. C. Brokmeyer, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $1: 8 pages, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns, 19% inches; width. 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

OUR YOUNG FOLKS. Every Wednesday. 
Christian, or Disciple of Christ. Established 
1890. Christian Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 75 cents; claimed circulation, 



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17,000; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 9% inches; width, 2^4 Inches. Office, 
1522 Locust street. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents per agate line, 
with same discounts as on CHRISTIAN 
EVANGELIST. 



SPORTING? NEWS. Every Saturday. 
Sporting. Established 1886. Sporting News 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$2; claimed circulation, 60,000; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20 Inches; 
width, 214 inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice. 214 North Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 50 cents per line. 



SUNDAY \VATCHMAN.-Every Saturday. 
Catholic. Established 1865. Rev. D. S. Phe- 
lan, LL. D., editor and publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; estimated circulation, 9,000; 16 
pages, 12x17. Office, 720 Chestnut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
No discounts for time or space. 

THE CHURCH PROGRESS AND CATH- 
OLIC WORLD. Every Saturday. Catholic. 
Established 1878. Catholic Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed 
average circulation. 33,500; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, Fullerton Building. 

Advertising rates, agate. 10 cents per line: 
1.000 lines. 7 cents; 3,000 lines, 6 cents; 10,000 
lines, and over, 5 cents a line; 1 inch; one 
month, $4; three months. $10.50: six months, 
$18; one year, $36. Reading notices, 25 cents 
per agate line. 

WESTERN WATCHMAN. Every Thurs- 
day. Roman Catholic. Established 1865. 
Rev. D. S. Phelan, publisher. Subscription, 
$2; estimated circulation. 9,000; 16 pages. 
Also publishes The SUNDAY WATCHMAN. 
Office, 720 Chestnut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
No discount for time or space. 

WORLD. Every Saturday. Independent. 
Established 1901. St. Louis' World Publish- 
ing Co.. publishers. Subscription. $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 30.000; 8 pnges, 7 columns: 
length of columns. 20% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 815-817 Market street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 50 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 497. 

ABENDSCHULE. Fortnightly. German. 
Familv. Established 1854. Louis L a n g e 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription. $2; 
claimed average circulation, for year 1900. 
45.500; 44 to 52 pages. 3 columns: length of 
columns. 11 inches: width 2% inches. Office, 
3600 to 3612 Texas avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate. 20 cents a line 
^special position. 25 cents): no discounts. 
No reading notices. 

Issue also the "Illustrated Home Jour- 
nal." 



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ILLUSTRATED HOME JOURNAL. 
Semi-monthly. Family. Established 1896. 
Louis Lange Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1, claimed average circula- 
tion, for year 1900, 20,520; 24 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 10% inches; width 
2% inches, office, 3600 to 3612 Texas avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line, 
no discounts. No reading notices inserted. 
Issue also DIE ABENDSCHULE. 



MEDICAL FORTNIGHTLY. Fortnightly. 
Medical. Established 1892. Fortu.ghtly 
Press Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; es- 
timated circulation, 9,000; 40 pages, 7x10. 
Office, Century Building, 

Advertising rates, one inch, one year, $15; 
one page, $45; ^4 and % pages, pro rata. 
Once a month, % rate, plus 25 per cent. 

ALTRUIST, (The). Monthly, (20th), Com- 
munist. Established 1868. The Altruist 
Community, publishers. A. Longley, Presi- 
dent. Subscription, 10 cents; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 10,000; 4 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, IS 1 ^ inches; width, 2 1-6 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 2711 Frank- 
lin avenue. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents a 
line; two or more months. 6 cents a line 
per time. 

AMERICAN ILLUSTRATED METHO- 
DIST MAGAZINE. Illustrated. Established 
1899. Methodist Magazine Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed cir- 
culation, 18,000; 128 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches; width, 2y 2 inches. Can 
use matrices. Forms close 20th preceding 
month. Office, 204 Olive street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
one page, one month, $25; one-half, one- 
quarter and one-eighth of a page, in propor- 
tion. Discounts, 5 per cent on three 
months; 10 per cent on six months; 25 per 
cent on one year. 



AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION. 
Monthly. Educational. Established 1867. 
Perrin & Smith, publishers. Subscription, 
$1; claimed circulation, 22,000; 24 to 40 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 9 inches; 
width, 2V* inches. Forms close 25th preced- 
ing month. Office, 217 Olive street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents a line; 
three months, 10 cents; six months, 9 cents; 
one year, 8 cents. Reading notices, 20 cents 
a line. 



AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY 
AND GifNECOLOGY. Monthly. Medical. 
Established 1889. American Journal Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription. $1; 
claimed circulation. 15.000; 64 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 10 inches; width, 
2 Inches. Can use matrices. Office, 3727 
Finney avenue. 

Advertising rates, % page, three months, 
$24; six months, $45; one year, $90; % page, 
three months, $45; one page, $90; one inch, 
one year, $18. 



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AMERICAN X-RAY JOURNAL.-Month- 
ly. Scientific. Established 1897. Hebar 
Robarts, M. D., publisher. Subscription, $3; 
claimed average circulation, 8,000; 36 pages, 

2 columns; length of columns, 8^4 inches; 
width, 2& inches. Office, 8th and Olive 
streets. 

Advertising rates, % page (2 inches) one 
time, $2; six months, $12; one year, $22; % 
page, one time, $3; % page, $6; one page, $11. 

BARNUM'S MIDLAND FARMER. 
Monthly. Established 1897. Barnum's Mid- 
land Farmer Co., publishers. Subscription. 
50 cents; claimed circulation, 30,000; 16 

Eages, (also 8 page supplement), 4 columns: 
jngth of columns, 11% inches; width, 2 1-6 
Inches. Forms close 20th preceding month. 
Office, 18 South Second street. 
Advertising rates, agate, 14 cents a line; 

3 times, 13 cents; 6 times, 12 cents; 8 times, 
11 cents; 12 times, 10 cents. Discounts, 10 
per cent on 100 lines, or over; 500 lines used 
in 8 months, 10 cents a line; 1,000 lines, in 
one year, 9 cents a line, per time. Reading 
notices, 20 cents per count line. 

CHAPERONE MAGAZINE.-Monthly, Es- 
tablished 1890. Chaperone Magazine Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 97.165; 120 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, V/ z inches. Can use matrices. Forms 
close 22d of preceding month. Office, Chap- 
erone Building, 2811 Locust st. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 60 cents a 
line. Discounts, 5 per cent on three 
months, 10 per cent on six months, 25 per 
cent on one year. 

COMMONWEALTH (The). M o n t h 1 y. 
Non-partisan. Established 1901. Francis A. 
Thornton, publisher. Subscription, $1; 56 
pages or more, 1 column; length of column, 
8 inches; width, 5 Inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, Laclede Building. 

Advertising rates, $30 per page; $25 per 
page, per time on advs. running three 
months or longer. 

COUNTRY HOME (The). Monthly (15th), 
Agricultural. Established 1901. Country 
Home Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 25 cents; guaranteed circulation, 10,000; 
16 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10^ 
inches; width, 2Vi inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 10th of the month. Office, 618 
Commercial Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. No dis- 
counts for time or space. 

FORD'S CHRISTIAN REPOSITORY 
AND HOME CIRCLE. Monthly. Baptist. 
Established 1852. S. H. Ford, publisher. 
Subscription, $2; estimated circulation, 5,500; 
84 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, IVz 
Inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Office, 215 Pine 
street. 
Advertising rates on application. 

GOLDEN EGG. Monthly. Poultry and 
Belgian Hare. Established 1900. M. Mer- 
ceret, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; 



claimed average circulation for three 
months ending April, 1901, 13,433; 28 
pages; 3 columns; length of columns, 9 J / 
inches; width, 4y 2 inches. Office, 815 Chest- 
nut street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
$1.40; three months, $4.20; six months, $7.56; 
one year, $11.20. 

INLAND (The). Christian Endeavor. Es- 
tablished 1891. Christian Endeavor Publish- 
ing House, publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; guaranteed circulation, 120,000; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13^ 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 15th 
preceding month. Office, 821 Chestnut 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 393. 

INTERSTATE MEDICAL JOURNAL. 
Monthly (15th), Medical. Established ]893. 
Interstate Medical Journal, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed average circulation for 
five months ending May, 1901, 11,000; 132 
pages, 1 column, 5x8. Can use matrices. 
Forms close first of current month. Office, 
Century Building. 

Advertising rates, 1-16 page, one time. $3; 
three months, $8; six months, $14; one year, 
$24; % page, one time, $5; three months, 
$14; six months, $24; one year. $40; % page, 
one time, $8; y 2 page, $14: one page, $24. 
Reading notices, 20 cents a line. 

JOURNAL MONTHLY. Monthly. Fam- 
ily. St. Louis Journal Publishing Co., pub- 
lisher. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 25,000; 4 pages, length of col- 
umns, 14^ inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
Olive and Second streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 

KUNKEL'S MUSICAL REVIEW. Month- 
ly. Musical. Established 1878. Kunkel 
Brothers, publishers. Guaranteed circula- 
tion, 30,000; 40 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 11 Inches; width, 2% inches. Of- 
fice, 2307 Locust street. 

Advertising rates, one inch three months. 
$12; six months, $20; one year, $35; 1-6 col- 
umn (1% inches) 3 months, $18; 6 months. 
$30; one year, $50; 14 page, (8V4 inches), 3 
months, $60; % page, $110; one page. $175. 
Reading notices, 30 cents per agate line.- 

MEDICAL BRIEF. Monthly. Medical. 
Established 1873. J. J. Lawrence, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription, $1; guaran- 
teed circulation, 32,955; 164 pages, 2 columns- 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 2 5-16 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 16th 
of preceding month. Office, corner Ninth 
and Olive streets. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, one 
time, $6; six months, $30; one year, $50. Two 
inches, one month, $10; six months, $50; one 
year, $75. One page, one time, $40; one 
year, $400. 

MEDICAL ERA. Monthly (15th) Medical. 
Established 1892. S. C. Martin, M. D., pub- 
lisher. Subscription. $1; guaranteed aver- 
age circulation, 10,000; 64 pages, 1 column; 



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length of, column, 8% inches; width, 5 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 3408 
Franklin avenue. 

Advertising rates, % page, six months, 
$60; one year, $100; % page, six months, $100; 
one year, $150; one page, six months, $150; 
one year, $250. 

MEDICAL MIRROR. Monthly. Medical. 
Established 1890. Love-Hadley Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated 
circulation, ]2,000; 104 pages, 7x10. Office, 
4661 Maryland avenue. 

Advertising rates, y s page, one time, $15; 
three months, $20; six months, $30; one year, 
$45; % page, one time, $20; % page, $25; one 
page, *jo. 

MISSIONARY RECORD. Monthly. Mis- 
sions. Established 1875. C. P. Board of 
Missions and Church Erection, publishers. 
Subscription, 35 cents. Estimated circula- 
tion, 10,000; 32 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 8 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
100 lines, 8 cents; 200 lines, 7 cents; 500 lines, 
6 cents; above 1,000 lines, 5 cents a line. 

NATIONAL DRUGGIST .Monthly. 
Drugs. Established 1882. H. R. Strong, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed aver- 
age circulation, for year ending May, 1901, 
7,666; 128 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 9V4 inches; width, 3% inches. Office, 
514 Century Building. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $6; 
three months, $16; six months, $30; one 
year, $50; % page, 1 time, $10; 1-6 page, $12; 
*4 page. $15; % page, $24; one page, $40. 

NATIONAL FARMER AND STOCK 
GROWER. Monthly, Agricultural. Estab- 
lished 1898. Philip H. Hale, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed average circulation, 
30,000; 68 to 84 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 8 inches; width, 2% Inches. Of- 
fice, 3899 Windsor Place. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line; 
3 or more insertions, 20 cents a line, per 
time. Yearly contracts, 18 cents a line. No 
ndv. taken for less than $1. 

ORFF'S FARM AND POULTRY RE- 
VIEW. Monthly. Farm and Poultry. Es- 
tablished 1900. Orff's Farm and Poultry 
Review Co., publishers. Subscription, 10 
cents; claimed circulation, 16,800; 16 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 2% Inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice, 2811 Locust street. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, $1.40; 
three months, $3.75; six months, $6.60; one 
year, $12. Reading notices, 3 cents per word 
each insertion. 

OVERSEER. Monthly. English and Ger- 
man. Ancient Order of United Workmen. 
Established 1879. W. F. Bohn, publisher. 
Subscription, 50 cents; estimated circulation. 
23,119; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 14% inches; width, 2& inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 411 Olive street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents a line. 



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RAILROAD TELEGRAPHER. (Formerly 
of Peoria, 111.). Monthly. Railroad Tele- 
graphers. Order of Railroad Telegraphers, 
publishers. Established 1885. Subscription, 
$1; estimated circulation, 18,000; 130 pages, 

2 columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, 2*4 inches. Office, Fullerton Build- 
ing. 

Advertising rates on application. Adver- 
tising in charge of W. N. Gates. Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

SANDERS ENGRAVING CO. 
See advertisement on insert. 

THE INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY 
SCHOOL EVANGEL. Monthly. Undenom- 
inational. Established 1890. R. M. Scruggs, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed aver- 
age circulation for year 1900, 37,500; 44 pages, 

3 columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 3 inches. Forms close 12th preceding 
month. Office, Chemical Building. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents per agate line; 
no special positions; no discounts. 



TRACKMEN'S ADVANCE ADVOCATE. 
Monthly. Labor. Established 1892. 
Brotherhood of Railway Trackmen, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; sworn circulation, 
15,000; 68 pages octavo. Office, 2212 Olive 
street. 

Advertising rates on application. Adver- 
tising in charges of W. N. Gates, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

T. P. A. NEWS LETTER. Monthly (15th). 
Commercial Travelers. Established 1897. 
Travelers' Protective Association, publish- 
ers. Subscription, 50 cents; sworn average 
circulation for six months ending June 
1901. 18.583*; 20 to 24 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 10 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Forms close 10th of cur- 
rent month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12% cents a line. 
Reading notices, nonpareil, 15 cents a .line; 
brevier, 20 cents a line. No discounts for 
time or space. 

WINNER. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1898. Mail Order Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents. Guaranteed 
circulation, 500,000; 24 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 12 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 20th 
preceding month. Office, Winner Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.75 a line; no 
discounts, except 25 per cent on full page 
ads. Reading notices, $2.50 per agate line. 

See advertisement on page 398. 

WOMAN'S FARM JOURNAL.-Monthly. 
Household and Garden. Established 1890. 
Farm Journal Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 25 cents; claimed average cir- 
culation. 250,000; 24 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 12% inches; width, 2 1-6 Inches. 
Forms- close 5th of preceding month. Office, 
Winner Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 a line. Read- 
ing notices, $1.50, nonpareil. No discount 
for time or space. 



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WOMAN'S HOME MONTHLY. Monthly. 
Illustrated. Established 1886. H. M. Brock- 
stedt, publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed circulation, 25,000; 8 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13% inches; width, 
24 Inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 
15th preceding month. Office, 13 North 2nd 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line-. 
Reading notices, 15 cents a line agate meas- 
urement. No discounts for time or space. 



WORD AND WORKS. Monthly. Reli- 
gious and Scientific. Established 1888. Word 
and Works Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; guaranteed average circulation 
for year ending May, 1901, 40,567*; 20 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 15 inches; 
width, 2y 2 inches. Forms close 5th preced- 
ing month. Office, 2201 Locust street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 
yearly rate, 24 cents. 



SOUTH ST. JOSEPH 

STOCK YARDS JOURNAL. Every even- 
ing except Sunday. Live Stock Trade. Es- 
tablished 1897. St. Joseph Journal Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; claimed 
average circulation, 6,500; four pages, 6 col- 
umns (Tuesday and Friday, 7 columns); 
length of columns, 20 inches, width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, per time, 50 
cents; 25 per cent discount for one week 
and less than one month; one month, $7.80; 
three months, $21.&j; six months, $39; one 
year, $62.40. Large space in proportion. 
Classified wants, 5 cents a line; $1 a line 
per month. Reading notices, 5 and 10 cents 
a line. No charge less than 30 cents. 



SPRINGFIELD 

LEADER DEMOCRAT. Every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. 
Democratic. Established 1867. Leader Pub- 
lishing Co.. publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$5.40; guaranteed average circulation, 5,250; 
weekly, $1; guaranteed circulation, 4,200; 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 21 3-8 
inches; width, 2Vs inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, first insertion, 



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per inch, 50 cents; each subsequent time, 
er inch, 20 cents; continuous advertising, 
rst time, 25 cents; each subsequent inser- 
tion, 12 cents an inch. Special positions 
extra. Classified, 5 cents a line, first time; 
subsequent insertions, 3 cents. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents a line; 1st page, 15 cents. 
Weekly same as daily. 
See advertisement pn page 481. 



REPUBLICAN. Every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Re- 
publican. Established, daily, 1893; weekly, 
1885. Springfield Republican Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $6; claimed average cir- 
culation for three months ending March 
31, 1901. 4,275; weekly, 75 cents, estimated 
circulation, 2,700; daily, 8, Sunday, 12 to 16 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
25 cents; each subsequent insertion, 20 
cents; one week, 90 cents; one month, $3; 
one year, $30. Reading notices, brevier, 10 
cents a line first time; 5 cents each subse- 
quent insertion; weekly, per inch, one time, 
20 cents; each subsequent insertion, 15 
cents, one month, 60 cents; one year, $6. 
Reading notices, same as daily. Classified 
in d-aily, 5 cents a line, first time; 3 cents 



after. 



limum charge, 25 cents. 



PRACTICAL FRUIT GROWER.-Seml- 

Monthly (5th and 20th). Established 1894. 
G. A. Atwood & Son, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 75 cents; claimed circulation, 4,850; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one month, $1.20; three months, $3.25; 
six months, $6; one year, $10. 



TRIPLE LINK (The). Semi-Monthly (1st 
and 15th). I. O. O. F. Established' 1875. 
J. B. Jewell, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription, $1; sworn circulation. 8,000; 8 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 19 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, yearly space contracts. 
100 to 250 inches, 60 cents an inch; 250 to 
500 inches. 50 cents; 500 to 1,000 inches, 40 
cents an inch. 



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ANACONDA 

STANDARD. Every morning. Independ- 
ent. Established 1889. Standard Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $10; sworn 
average circulation for year 1900, . 11,891* 
(Sunday, for same period, 14,184*); daily 12 
to 16 pages; Sunday, 22 to 28 pages; 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
subsequent consecutive insertions, 75 cents; 
by the month, daily and Sunday, one to 
three months, 45 cents an inch; over three 
months, 40 cents an inch; one year, 35 cents 
an inch per time. E. O. D. or Sunday, $1 
per Inch; Sunday, or 1 time a week in 
daily, 1 to 3 months, 70 cents an inch; over 
3 months, 63 cents an inch; one year, 56 
cents an inch. Position extra. Reading no- 
tices, 15, 25 and 50 cents a line. Classified, 1 
cent a word. 



BUTTE 

INTER-MOUNTAIN. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Sundays 
and Wednesdays. Republican. Established, 
daily, 1881, semi-weekly, 1884. Inter-Moun- 
tain Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $7.50; guaranteed circulation, 
11,140*; semi-weekly, $2; estimated circula- 
tion, 5,500; 10 to 16 pages (Saturdays, 16 ana 
20 pages), 6 columns; length of columns, 
daily, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, per 
Inch, one time, EO cents; 6 times, 45 cents; 
one month, 40 cents; six months, 30 cents; 
one year, 25 cents per inch per time. No. 
E. O. D. ads of less than 5 inches taken. 
Classified ads., 1 cent a word; 6 times con- 
secutively, 5 cents a line; per month, $1. 
Reading notices, ordinary. 10 cents a line. 
Pure reading, 25 cents a line. Semi-weekly, 
per inch, one time, 35 cents; 8 times, 25 
cents; 52 times. 20 cents; 104 times, 16 cents 
per time. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 

MINER.-Every morning and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1876. 
Miner Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $10; weekly, $1; claimed circula- 
tion, daily, 7,800; weekly, 2,200; 16 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 19*4 inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, per Inch, dally, 1 time, 
75 cents; one month, $7; 6 months, $6.50; 
one year, $6 per inch per month. E. O. D., 
60 per cent of daily rates, two times a 
week, 40 per cent. Classified advertise- 
ments, 2 cents a word, first time, 1 cent 
afterward. Reading notices, 20 cents a line, 
first time; 15 cents subsequent Insertions; by 
the month, $2 a line, "Butte In Brief 
column, 25 cents a line each time; weekly, 
$2 per inch, per month. 



HELENA 

HERALD. Every evening except Sunday 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days. Republican. Established 1866. Helena 
Publishing Co., publishers; E. L. Boardmai;, 
manager. Subscription, daily, $9; semi- 
weekly, $2; sworn circulation, daily, 4,151*; 
semi-weekly, 3,800; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 50 cents per inch; 
one week, $2; one month, 6.50; three 
months, $17.50; six months, $32; one year, 
$62. E. O. D., 60 per cent of daily rate; 
2 t. a. w., 50 per cent. Open space, used 
within one year, 300 inches, 50 cents an 
inch; 500 inches, 45 cents; 1,000 inches, 35 
cents; 2,000 inches, 30 cents; 3,000 inches, 
25 cents an inch. Position extra. Reading 
notices, minion, 12V& cents a line; "City in 
Brief" column, 20 cents a line. Classified, 10 
cents a line. Semi-weekly, one inch, one 
time, 75 cents; four times, $2; three months, 
$8; six months, $13; one year, $22. 

INDEPENDENT. Every morning and 
SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Democratic. Established 1867. John S. 
McNeill, proprietor and publisher. Sub- 
scription, daily, $10; claimed circulation, 
6,250; weekly, $2; claimed circulation, 4,500; 
8 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily per inch, one time, 
$1; one week (7 times), $2.50; one month, $8; 
three months, $22; six mouths, $42; one year, 
$72. E. O. D., 60 per cent of daily rates. 
Open space, used within one year, 300 
inches, 50 cents an inch; 500 Inches, 45 cents; 
1,000 inches, 35 cents; 2.COO inches, 30 cents; 
3,000 inches, 25 cents an inch. Classified 
advertisements, 10 cents a line; by the 
month, $1.50; Semi-weekly, per inch, one 
week, $1.50; one month, $4; three months, 
$12; six months, $18; one year, $36. Reading 
notices, 20 and 30 cents a line, daily, Sunday 
or Semi-weekly. 

MONTANA WORKMAN. Monthly. A. O. 
U. W. Established 1891. Independent Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 6,000; 4 pages, 11x16. 

Advertising rates on application. 

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANDMAN.- 
Every Thursday. Agricultural. Established 
1875. Rocky Mountain Husbandman Co., 
publishers. Subscription |2.50; claimed cir- 
culation, 5,760; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 19% inches; width, Zy 8 inches. 

Advertising fates, nonpareil, 15 cents a 
line, with discounts, 10 to 50 per cent for 
time ranging from 4 to 52 times. Reading 
notices, 25 cents per count line. 



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BLAIR 

DANSKEREN. Every Wednesday and 
Sunday. Danish. Non-political. Estab- 
lished 1892. Danish Lutheran Publishing 
House, publishers. Subscription, $1.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 7,100; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2*4 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time 40 cents; 
4 tiines. $1.20; 13 times, $3.60. Reading no- 
tices, 15 cents a line. 

LINCOLN 

NEBRASKA STATE JOURNAL.-Every 
morning and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays 
and Fridays. Republican. Established 1870. 
State Journal Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $7.50; estimated circulation, 11,000; 
semi- weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 20,000; 
8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
ZV/f, inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Issue also the NEWS, AND WEST- 
ERN POULTRY NEWS. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily and Sun- 
day, 1 inch, 3 times or less, 98 cents; 4 times, 
70 cents; 15 times, 56 cents; 50 times, 42 
cents; 100 times, 35 cents; 150 times, 31% cents 
per inch per time; corresponding space dis- 
counts. Classified ads, 1 cent a word. 
Reading notices, 25 and 35 cents a line. 
Semi-weekly (Friday edition only, no ads 
Inserted in Tuesday issue), per inch, 3 times 
or less, 98 cents; 4 times, 70 cents; 15 times, 
56 cents; corresponding space discounts. 
Reading notices In semi-weekly, 35 and 45 
cents a line. 

NEWS. Every evening, except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1879. Subscription, 
$3; sworn circulation, 6,303; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, either singly or in com- 
bination with NEBRASKA STATE JOUR- 
NAL, one-half of latter rates. 

POST. Every evening except Sunday and 
NEBRASKA POST, Thursdays. Democratic. 
Established 1896. Nebraska Post, publisher. 
Subscription, daily, $5; estimated circulation, 
2,800; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 5,900; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns. 
19% Inches; width, 23-16 inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

COMMONER (The). Every Wednesday. 
Democratic. Established 1901. Wm. J. 
Bryan, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
$1; guaranteed circulation, 100,000*; 12 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 12 Inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 
No discount for time or space. 



DEUTSCH-AMERIKAN FARMER. Every 
Wednesday. German. Agricultural. Es- 
tablished 1890. Press Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed circu- 
lation, 100,000; 8 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 13% Inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 

FREIE PRESSE. Every Thursday. Ger- 
man. Non-Partisan. Established 1884. 
I'rrss Publishing Co . publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 85 cents; guaranteed circulation, 100,000; 
S I'-IITCS. 7 columns; length of columns, 19^ 
inches; width, 2% Inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 

NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT. - Every 
Thursday. Independent. Established 1889. 
F. D. Eager, publisher. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation for three 
months ending March 31, 1901, 17,180; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% Inches Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, per inch, 56 cents 
each time. Locals, 25 cents per count line. 



MODERN WOODMAN. - Monthly. Do- 
mestic. Guaranteed circulation, 675,000; 12 
to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
2W 2 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Forms close 15th preceding month. 

Advertising rates, $2 per line with 10 per 
cent discount for cash with order. Reading 
notices, $3.50 a line. Business office, 87 
Washington street, Chicago, 111. 



NEBRASKA DAIRYMAN. Monthly. Ag- 
ricultural. Established 1897. J. P. Israel, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed 
average circulation for year 1900, 7,118; 16 
pages and cover, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 9% Inches; width, 2 1-6 Inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Also publishes PRODUCE REPORTER, 
every Saturday; circulation, 1,200. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7% cents a line 
for cover pages; 5 cents a line inside pages. 
Discounts, 3 months, 5 per cent; 6 months, 
10 per cent; one year, 20 per cent. 

WESTERN POULTRY NEWS.-Monthly 
(15th). Poultry. Established 1900. State 
Journal Co., publishers. Subscription, 25 
cents; sworn average circulation for three 
months, ending May, 1901, 10,457*; 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, per Inch, one time, $1.50; 
three months, $3.75; six months, $6.60; one 
year, $12. Reading notices, 3 cents per word 
each insertion. 

WESTERN SWINE BREEDER AND 
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stock. Established 1894. E. F. Fassett, pjib- 
lisher. Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed 
average circulation, for one year ending 
April, 1901, 8,479*; 16 and 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.50; 
three months, $4; six months, $7.50; one year, 
$12. Larger space pro rata. 

See advertisement on page 391. 

NEBRASKA CITY 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY (issued in two parts), Tues- 
days and Fridays. Democratic. Established 
1854. News Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $7.20; claimed circulation, 
1,385; weekly, $2; claimed circulation, 5,246; 
4 pages; daily, 7; weekly, 8 columns; length 
of columns, daily, 21%, weekly, 22% inches; 
width, 2i4 inches. 

Advertising rates, 15 cents an inch first 
time, 12% cents after. Reading notices, 5 
cents a line; weekly, 25 cents an inch each 
insertion. 

CONSERVATIVE (The).-Every Thursday. 
Independent. Established 1898. Morton 
Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1.50; 
claimed circulation, 12,300; 20 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 10% inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $2; 
one month, $1.75, per time; three mouths, 
$1.50; six months, $1.25; one year, $1. 
Further rates on application. 

See advertisement on page 391. 

NORFOLK 

NEBRASKA WORKMAN. Monthly. A. 
O. U. W. Established 1885. W. N. Huse, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 35,000; 8 pages, 11x16. 

Advertising rates on application. 



OMAHA 

BEE. Every morning, including Sunday, 
every evening, except Sunday, and THE 
ILLUSTRATED BEE. Established, daily, 
1871; Illustrated Bee. 1899. The Bee Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily and 
Sunday, $8; sworn average circulation for 
year 1900, 27,187*; Illustrated weekly, $2; 
sworn circulation, 30,000; 8 to 12, Sunday, 
16 to 24 pages (Illustrated Weekly, 8 pages, 

6 columns; length of columns, 15% inches), 

7 columns; length of columns, daily and Sun- 
day, 21% Inches; width, 2% Inches. Can use 

m llso e publishes TWENTIETH CENTURY 
FARMER, weekly, which gee. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, dally, 10 
cents; discounts, 20 per cent on 500 lines; 
30 per cent on 1,000 lines, and thus down- 
ward to 50 per cent on 10,000 lines. Classi- 
fied advertisements, 1% cents a word, first 
time, 1 cent a word after. Reading notices, 
minion, 40 cents; by the mouth, $7.50 a line. 
Preferred positions, 10 to 25 per cent extra. 
Illustrated Weekly, 10 cents a line. No dis- 
count for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 375. 



NEBRASKA. 



DAILY NEWS. Every evening except 
Sunday and SUNDAY MORNING. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1899. The Daily News 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
sworn average circulation, 21,163*; Sunday, 
18,326*; 4 pages (Sunday, 16 to 22 pages; Sat- 
urday, 8 pages); 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line. 
No discount for time or space. Classified, 
1 cent a word. Reading notices, 21 cents a 
line, count. Special positions, 10 and 25 
per cent extra. 

See advertisement on page 456. 

WORLD-HERALD. Every morning, in- 
cluding Sunday; every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Indepen- 
dent. Established 1885. World Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $4; 
sworn average circulation for year ending 
March 31, 1901, 29,700*; weekly, $1; estimated 
circulation, 26,000; 8 to 20 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 10 cents a 
line; one month, 8 cents; three months, 7 
cents; six months, 6 cents; one year, 5 
cents. Special line rates for E. O. D., etc. 
Readers, 40 cents a line, minion. Classified 
advertisements, 1% cents a word, one time; 
two or more insertions, 1 cent a word each, 
time. Sunday, 10 cents a line; one month, 
9% cents; 3 months, 8% cents; 6 months, 8 
cents; one year, 7 cents per line, per time. 
Weekly, 12 cents a line; one month, 11 cents; 
3 months, 10 ceuts; 6 months, 9 cents; one 
year, 8 cents per line per time. 

CENTRAL FARMER (The) formerly Non- 
conformist. Every Thursday. Agricultural. 
Established 1879. C. Vincent, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; estimated circulation, 10,- 
000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
14 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 10 cents per count line. 
Discounts on large space and for time con- 
tracts. 

DEN DANSKE PIONIER. Every Thurs- 
day. Danish. Established 1872. Sophus 
F. Neble, publisher. Subscription, $2.25; 
guaranteed average circulation, 26,661; 8 to 
12 pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 23 
Inches; width. 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, per Inch, per time, 80 
cents; special positions, 10 to 25 per cent 
extra. Discounts, 5, 10 and 15 per cent for 
3, 6 and 12 months, respectively. Reading 
notices, 30 cents a line, with discounts for 
200 to 2,000 lines of from 10 to 25 per cent. 

KVETY AMERIKE. Every Thursday. 
Illustrated. Bohemian. Family. Estab- 
lished, 1900 (consolidation of! Knihovna 
Amerika, of Omaha, and Cmuchalek, of Chi- 
cago, 111.). National Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; claimed average 
circulation, for three months ending April 



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NEBRASKA. 



30, 1901, 15,250*; 24 or more pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13% Inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch per 
time. Reading notices, 10 cents per count 
line. 

See advertisement on page 455. 



NEBRASKA FARMER. Every Thursday. 
Agricultural. Established 1869. Nebraska 
Farmer Co., publishers; H. F. Mclntosh, 
editor. Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 
27,500; 20 to 32 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 14 Inches; width, 2% inches. Forms 
close Tuesdays. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 18 cents a line; 
3 months, or 500 lines, 15 cents; 6 months, or 
1,000 lines, 12% cents; one year, or 2,000 lines, 
30 cents a line. Reading notices, 25 cents a 
line. 

PQKROK ZAPADU. Every Wednesday. 
Bohemian. Established 1871. Podrok Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2.50; 
guaranteed circulation, 15,000; 8 pages, 1 
columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 62% cents an inch, 
per time. 

ROYAL WOODMAN. Every Tuesday. M. 
W. of A. Established 1897. R. C. Dozier, 
.publisher. Subscription, $1; estimated circu- 
lation, 6,500; 8 pages, 11x16. 

Advertising rates on application. 

SVENSKA JOURNALAN. Every Thurs- 
day. Swedish. Established 1887. Swedish- 
American Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; estimated circulation, 5,000; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
21% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an Inch pei 
time. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 

TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER. 

Every Wednesday. Agricultural. Estab- 
lished 1900. The Bee Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; sworn average cir- 
culation. for three months, ending April 



. 

30, 1901, 27,283*; 24 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 15% inches; 
Can use matrices. 



, 
width, 23-16 Inches. 



. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Reading notices, minion, 40 cents a line. No 
discount for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 375. 



NEBRASKA. 



HOSPODAR. Bi-Weekly. Bohemian. Ag- 
ricultural. Established 1891. National 
Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
guaranteed circulation, 16,000* ; 32 to 40 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 21-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, 65 cents per inch per 
time. Reading notices, 15 cents per count 
line. 

See advertisement on page 455. 

SOVEREIGN VISITOR. Monthly. Secret 
Society. Established 1890. H. J. Root, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed 
circulation, 165,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 16 inches; width, 2^ Inches. 
Forms close 1st of preceding month. 

Publishes also the TIDINGS. 

Advertising rates on application. 

TIDINGS. Monthly. Fraternal. Estab- 
lished 1898. H. J. Root, publisher. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; guaranteed circulation, 
16,000; 8 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
13 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

RED CLOUD 

NEBRASKA AND KANSAS FARMER 
AND BREEDER. Monthly. Agricultural 
and Live Stock. Established 1894. The Far- 
mer Co., publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; 
estimated circulation, 9,600; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12% inches; width, 
2*4 inches. Forms close 20th preceding 
month. Also dated at St. Joseph, Mo. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one month, $2.10; 
three months, $5.42; six months, $10.46; one 
year, $19.40; 2 inches, one time, $3.78; three 
months, $9.75; six months, $18.82; one year, 
$34.93. 

SOUTH OMAHA 

DROVERS' JOURNAL-STO C K M A N. 
Every evening except Sunday. Live stock 
Trade. Established 1886. Journal-Stockman 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; claimed 
average circulation, 14,000; 4 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, display, agate, 60 cents 
per inch per time; 5 per cent discount on 
100 Inches; 10 per cent on 300 Inches; 15 per 
cent on 500 Inches; 25 per cent on 1,000 
Inches. Reading notices, 10 cents per count 
line, first page, 25 cents a line. Classified 
ads, 10 cents per count line. 



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NEVADA. 



VIRGINIA CITY 

EVENING CHRONICLE. Every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. 
Established 1872. John H. Coleman, mana- 
ger. Subscription, $8; estimated circulation, 
2,200; weekly, $2; estimated circulation, 
2,000; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
21 inches; width, 2 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, per Inch, one 
time, 75 cents; each subsequent time. 5 
cents; $3 per inch, per month; one year, $27; 
Reading notices, 15 cents a line first time; 
8 cents after; 75 cents per line, per month. 
Special position extra. Classified advertise- 
ments, 1 cent a word. Weekly, per inch, 



one time, $1; per montn, $2. Reading no- 
tices, 15 cents a lint nrst time; :0 rents 
after. Discounts: 3 months, 10 per cent; 6 
months, 15 per cent; one year, 25 per cent. 

TERRITORIAL ENTERPRISE. Every 
morning except Monday. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1858. Blake & Craise, publishers, 
Subscription, $8; estimated circulation, 1,500; 
4 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 21*4 
inches; width, 21-12 Inches. 

Advertising rates, 10 lines, nonpareil, 1 
week, 75 cents; one month, $2. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents a line first time; 5 cents' a 
line afterward. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



CONCORD 

DAILY PATRIOT. Every evening, ex- 
cept Sunday, and NEW HAMPSHIRE 
PATRIOT. Thursdays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1809. People and Patriot Company, 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; sworn 
circulation, 2,700; weekly, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 3,400; daily, 8 pages, 6 columns; 
weekly, 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
75 cents; one week, $2; one month, $4; three 
months, $6.95; six months, $11; one year, $18. 
E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. Business no- 
tices, 10 cents a line. Weekly, per inch, one 
time. $1; one month, $2.50; three months, 
$7; six months, $13; one year, $20; special no- 
tices!, 50 per cent additional. Business no- 
tices, 20 cents per line. 



MONITOR. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and INDEPENDENT STATESMAN, 
Thursday. Republican. Established, daily, 
1864; weekly, 1823. Win. D. Chandler, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, daily, $6; sworn aver- 
age circulation, 2,551; weekly, $1.25; (in ad- 
vance $1); sworn average circulation, 5,573; 
daily, 8 pages; weekly, 12 pages, 6, 7 and 8 
columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
Wjdth, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates', daily, nonpareil, 1 Inch, 
one time, 75 cents; one week, $2; one month, 
$4; three months, $7; six months, $11; one 
year, $18; b inches, one year, $85. E. O. D., 
2-3 daily rates. Business notices, 10 cents 
per line, per tiaje. Weekly, 1 inch, one 
time, $1; one month. $3; three months, $9; 
six months, $16; one year, $28. Discounts on 



5 inches and upwards, 10 to 33 1-3 per cent. 
Busjness noticts, 15 cents per line each in- 
sertion. 



GRANITE MONTHLY. Literary. Histor- 
ical. Established 1877. The Granite Monthly 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; estimated 
circulation, 5,000; 64 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches; width, 2*4 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents a 
line; one inch, $1.50; one-fourth page, $5; 
one-half page $10; one page, $20. Discounts, 
10 per cent on three months; 15 per cent on 
six months, 20 per cent on nine mouths'; 
25 per cent on one year. 



KEENE 

SENTINEL. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and NEW HAMPSHIRE SENTINEL, 
Wednesdays. Republican. Sentinel Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Established, daily, 1890; 
weekly, 1799. Subscription, daily, $5; claimed 
circulation, 1,636; weekly, $1.50; claimed cir- 
culation, 3,742; daily, 8 pages; weekly 10 and 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20^ 
inches; width, 2^, inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
75 cents; one week, $1.50; one month, $4.20; 
three months, $7.80; six months, $13.20; one 
year, $21.60. E. O. D., two-thirds of daily 
rates. Local notices, 10 cents a line, bre- 
vier. Reading notices, nonpareil, 8 cents a 
line first time; subsequent insertions, 5 cents 
a line. Weekly, one Inch, one time, $1; one 
month, $1.75; three months, $4; six months, 
$7; one year, $12. Reading notices in week- 
ly 10 and 16 cents a line. 



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MANCHESTER 

MIRROR AND AMERICAN. Every even- 
ing except Sunday, and MIRROR AND 
FARMER. Thursdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1850. The John B. Clarke Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6; estimated 
circulation, 8,000; weekly, $1; circulation, 
34,000; daily, 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% Inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 1 inch, one 
time, $1.50; one week, $4.50; one month, $10; 
three months, $18; six months, $28; one year, 
$45. E. O. D., 66 2-3 per cent of daily rates; 
twice a week, 50 per cent, and once a week, 
33 1-3 per cent. Position, 25 per cent extra. 
Weekly, 25 cents per line, agate, each in- 
sertion. Discounts, $20, 10 per cent; $40, 
15 per cent; $65, 20 per cent; $100, 25 per 
cent; $150, 30 per cent; $200, 331-3 per cent, 
etc. Minion readers, 50 cents a line; non- 
pareil, 45 cents. 

UNION. Every morning and evening, ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. 
Daily, Democratic; Weekly, Agricultural. 
Established 1851. Union Publishing Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily;- $6; guar- 
anteed circulation, 13.000*; weekly, $1; guar- 
anteed circulation, 7,000*; daily, 10 to 24 
pages; weekly, 10 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2 1-6 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, Including morning 
amd evening editions, 1 inch, one time, $1.05; 
one week, $3.15; one month, $12.29; three 
months, $32.76; six mouths, $49.14; one year, 
$65.52. For outside pages, add 1-3 more to 
these rates. Classified ads, 4 cents a line. 
Readers 25 cents a line with discounts. Po- 
sition extra. Weekly, 50 cents per inch. 



ADVERTISER (and editions as follows: 
Derry Times, Suncook Journal, Weare Free 
Press, Pittsfield Reporter, Goffstown Chron- 
icle. Alton Lake Review, Barnstead Wit- 
ness, Epsom Standard, New Boston Argus, 
Henniker Gazette, Gilmanton Mountaineer, 
Deerfield Enterprise, Salem Banner, Can- 
terbury News, Auburn Advance, Chichester 
Eagle, Francestown Age, Hooksett Leader, 
Merrimack News, Bedford Journal, Candia 
Transcript, Chester Herald Dunbarton 
Record., Deering Spectator, Hillsboro En- 
terprise, London Messenger, Milford Ex- 
aminer, Northwood Messenger, Raymond 
Tribune, Hampstead Courier, Epping Regis- 
ter and Londonderry News). Every Satur- 
day. Independent. Established 1889. G. 
Franklyn Willey, General Manager. Sub- 
scription, $1. Claimed combined average cir- 
culation, 20,988; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 per inch, per inser- 
tion, in entire list; yearly contracts, 50 
cents an inch, per week; six months, 75 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



cents; three months, $1. Readers 50 cents 
per line; classified ads, 25 cents per line. 
No advertisement accepted for less thani $4 
first insertion. 

NASHUA 

PRESS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1872. Nashua Press 
Association, publishers. Subscription, $6; 
estimated circulation, 4,000; 8 pages, 15x22. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, $2.25; one month $5.50; 
three months', $10.50; six months, $16; one 
year, $24. Larger space at reduced rates. 
E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates. Reading notices, 
5, 10 and 20 cents per count line. 

TELEGRAPH. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Repub- 
lican. Established, daily, 1S69; weekly, 1832. 
The Telegraph Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $6; claimed circulation, 
2,200; weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 1,300; 
8 pages 7 columns; length of columns, 20% 
inches; width, 2% inches; 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $1.50; one month, 
$5; three months, $8; six months, $14; one 
year, $24. Pure reading notices. 15 cents. 
E. O. D.. % of daily rates. Weekly, one 
inch, one time, 25 cents; one month $2.50; 
three months, $4; one year, $12. 

PORTSMOUTH 

CHRONICLE. Every morning except 
Sunday, and NEW HAMPSHIRE GA- 
ZETTE, Thursdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished, daily, 1852; weekly, 1756. F. W. 
Hartford, publisher. Subscription, daily, $5j 
estimated circulation, 3,200; weekly, $1.50; 
estimated circulation, 2,200; daily, 6; weekly, 
8 pages; 7 columns; length of columns, daJly, 



inches; weekly, 19% inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 75 cents; one week, $2; one month, 
$5; three months, $10; six months, $18; one 
year, $25; 3 inches, one year, $60; 4 inches, 
$72; weekly, one inch, one time, 75 cents; 
one month, $1.50; three months, $3.26; six 
months, $5; one year, $8. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday, 
and STATES AND UNION, Thursdays. 
Democratic. Established 1862. The Times 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $4; estimated circulation, 4,400; week- 
ly, $1.25; estimated circulation, 2,750; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates; dally, 1 inch, one time, 
75 cents; one week, $2; one mouth, $5; six 
months, $12; one year, $20. Weekly, 1 inch, 
one time, 75 cents; one inontn, $2; three 
months, $4; six months, $6; one year, $10. 



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NEW JERSEY. 



CAMDEN 

COURIER. Every evening except Sunday, 
and CAMDEN COUNTY COURIER, Satur- 
days. Independent Republican. Established 
1882; weekly, 1876. The Courier Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $3; claimed circula- 



tion, 7,360; weekly, $1; estimated* circulation, 
900; daily, 4, weekly, 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% 



inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 10 cents per line; 
one week, 5 cents a line each insertion; one 
month, 4 cents; three months, 3% cents; six 
months, 3 cents; one year, 2% cents. Week- 
ly, one inch, one time, 75 cents; one month, 
$2; three months, $4.50; six months, $6; one 
year, $10. Reduced rates on larger space. 

POST-TELEGRAM. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Republican. Established 175. 
Post-Telegram Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; sworn average circulation for six 
months ending June 30, 1901, 4,775*; 8 pages, 
6 columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2V S inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line; 
three times, 6 cents; six times, 5 cents; one 
month, 4 cents; three months, 3 cents; six 
months, 2% cents; one year, 2 cents per line, 
each insertion. Position extra. Classified, 
1 cent a word. Reading notices in body 
type. 25 cents per count line. 

See advertisement on page 388. 

REVIEW. Every work-day afternoon. 
Democratic. Established. 1889. Harry B. 
Paul, publisher. Subscription, $3; claimed 
circulation, 4,500; 4 and 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21 iuches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
three times, 5 cents; one week, 4% cents; 
one month. 4% cents; three months, 4 cents; 
six months, 3% cents; one year, 3 cents per 
line, per time. Larger space than one inch 
at reduced rates. Reading ' notices, 10, 15 
and 25 cents per line, first insertion; subse- 
quent insertions, 50 per cent discount. 

EAST ORANGE 

HOME CIRCLE. Monthly. Literary and 
Household. Established 1900. The Home 
Circle Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; guaranteed average circula- 
tion, 100,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 419. 

ELIZABETH 

JOURNAL*. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Republican. Established 1871. Aug. 
S. Crane, publisher. Subscription, $6; sworn 
average circulation, for six months, ending 



March 31, 1901, 4.536*; 8 to 12 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, $2.50; one month, $6; three 
months, $12; six months, $18; one year, $30. 
E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. Classified ads, 
1 cent a word. Reading notices, brevier, 20 
cents a line; nonpareil, 10 cents first in- 
sertion; subsequent insertions, % less. 

LEADER. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1889. J. Madison 
Drake and J. Madison Drake, Jr., publishers, 
Subscription, $3; claimed circulation, 5,700; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates on application. 

HOBOKEN 

OBSERVER. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Democratic. The Hoboken Printing 
and Publishing Co., publishers. Established 
1892. Subscription, $3; sworn average circu- 
lation, 16,124*; 10 pages. 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate. 6 cents a line; 
one inch, one month, $6; three months^ $16; 
six months, $28; one year, $50. No display 
on first page. Preferred positions, 25 per 
cent extra. Reading notices, 50 cents and 
$1. Classified ads, 1 cent a word first time, 
% cent after. 



JERSEY CITY 

EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Republican. Established 1867. 
The Evening Journal Association, publish- 
ers. Joseph A. Dear, business manager. 
Subscription, $6; sworn average circulation, 
for six mouths ending June 30, 1901, 15,666*; 
8 to 16 pages. 8 columns; length of columns, 
21 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, agate. 4 lines, one time, 
50 cents; one week, $1.50; one month, $5; 
three months, $12; 10 lines or more, one time, 
10 cents per line; subsequent insertions, 6 
cents; two weeks, 70 cents'; one month, $1.25; 
three months, $2.75; six months, $5; one year, 
$9; cuts, 25 per cent extra. E. O. D., and 
two times a week, 60 per cent and 40 per 
cent of daily rates. Special notices, leaded 
nonpareil. 15 cents; one week, 80 cents; one 
month, $2; three months, $5; one year, $14 
per line. City notices, leaded nonpareil, be- 
fore Marriages and Deaths, one time, 25 
cents; one week, $1.50; one month, $4; three 
months, $9; one year, $25 per line, count. 
Pure reading matter, not less than 4 lines, 
50 cents per line each Insertion. Reading 
notices, bottom of column, nonpareil, same 



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NEW JERSEY 



rate as city notices. Minion or body type, 
30 cents a line: one week, $1.75; one month, 
$6; three months, $X2; one year, $32. Solid 
cuts required. 
See advertisement on page 453. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1889. James Luby, 
publisher. Subscription, $3; claimed average 
circulation, 7,200; 4 to 8 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns, 21 Inches; width, 2y 8 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents per agate line; 
subsequent insertions, 5 cents. Classified 
ads, 10 cents a line first time, 5 cents after, 
with time discounts. Reading notices, 25 
and cents a line. 



NEWARK 

ADVERTISER. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SENTINEL OF FREEDOM, 
Saturdays. Independent. Established, daily, 
1832; weekly, 1796. Redmond F. Kernan, 
publisher. Subscription, daily, $5; claimed 
average circulation, 21,015; weekly, 50 cents; 
claimed circulation, 11,500; 12 to 22 pages', 7 
columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width 2>4 inches. Gan use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 10 cents a 
line. Reading notices, 75, 60, 40 and 30 
cents a line. Discounts, 25 per cent on one 
month, 30 per cent on two* months; 35 per 
cent on three months, 40 per cent on six 
months 1 , 50 per cent on one year. Special 
line rates on E. O. D., etc. Classified ads, 
1 cent a word. Weekly, $1 an inch, with 
discounts. 

See advertisement on page 452. 

EVENING NEWS. Every evening except 
Sunday; NEWARK SUNDAY NEWS, Sun- 
day. Independent. Established, daily, 1883; 
Sunday, 1901. Evening News Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $5; claimed 
average circulation, exceeding 47,000; (Sun- 
day, $2.50; estimated, 25,000); 10 to 20 pages; 
Sunday, 32 pages', 7 columns; length of col- 
umns*, 23% inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily or Sunday, agate, 
10 cents a line; special positions, 12, 15 and 
20 cents a line. Discounts, one month, 10 
per cent; two months, 15 per cent; three 
months, 20 per cent; six months', 30 per 
cent; one year, 40 per cent. E. O. D., and 
Sunday, 2-3 of above discounts; 3 t. a. w., 
%; t. a. w., 1-3; 1 t. a. w., *4 above dis- 
counts. Classified. 1 cent a word. Medical, 
15 cents a line. Reading notices, agate, 30 
cents a line; nonpareil, 40 cents; first page, 
ia>gate, 60 cents a line; nonpareil, 75 cents a 
line. 

See advertisement on pages 374 and 438. 

FREIE ZEITUNG. Every morning except 
Sunday; DER ER7AEHLER, Sundays and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. German. Inde- 
pendent Republican. Established, daily and 
Sunday, 1858; weekly, 1879. Benedict Prieth, 
publisher. Subscription, daily, with Sun- 
day, $9; claimed circulation, 6,575; Sunday, 
$2; claimed circulation, lO.SOO; weekly, 50 



NEW JERSEY 



cents; estimated circulation, 3,000; 8 to 28 

Eages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20% 
aches; width, 2J4 inches. Can use matrices. 
Advertising rates, one inch, one time,' $1; 
250 inches, 35 cents an inch; 500 inches, 30 
cents an inch; 1,000 inches, 25 cents an inch. 
Classified, 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 
brevier, 20 cents a line, first time; with dis- 
counts. Sunday only, one inch, one time, 
$1.10; one month, $3.40; one year, $18. Week- 
ly, one inch, one month, $1.50; one year, $12. 

LEDGER. Every Saturday. Democratic. 
Established 1893. Newark Ledger Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 5,000; 8 pages, 7 r-olumns; length of 
columns, 20% inches; width, 2*4 inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 50 
cents; one month. $1.75; three mouths', $4.50; 
six months, $8; one year, $15. Reading no- 
tices, 15 and 25 cents a line. 

SUNDAY CALL. Evtry Sunday. Inde- 
.endent. Established 1872. The Newark 
Call Printing and Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2.50; sworn circulation, 20,000; 
30 to 36 pages. 7 columns; length of columns, 
23 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use ma- 
trices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
one inch, one month, $5; three months, $13; 
six months, $23.40; one year. $39. Classified 
ads, 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 25 
cents a line, each insertion. 



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TOWN TALK. Every Saturday. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1889. Town Talk Ptg. 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $2.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 8,000; 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 12 inches; width, 2% 
inches 1 .. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1.75; 
25 inches, $1.50; 50 inches, $1.40; 100 inches, 
$1.25; 200 inches, $1; 500 inches, 85 cents; 1,000 
inches. 75 cents. Reading notices, 25 cents a 
line (500 lines, 15 cents). 

NEW JERSEY BAPTIST BULLETIN. 
Monthly. Religious. Established 1891. D. 
DeWolf, publisher. Subscription. 25 cents, 
claimed average circulation, 5,100; 16 pages 
and cover, 2 columns; length, of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 35 cents an inch, per 
time. 



RAILROAD EMPLOYEE. Monthly. La- 
bor. Established 1891. B. E. Chapin, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed cir- 
culation, 8,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 11% inches; width, 2% Inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, on application. Adver- 
tising in charge of W. N. Gates, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

PATERSON 

EVENING NEWS.-Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1890. 
The News Printing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; guaranteed average circulation, 
8,000; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 



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uinns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one Inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, $2.75; one month, $7; three 
months, $12; six months, $18; one year, $30; 
2 inches, three months, $20; one year, $50. 
Open space, 500 inches, 30 cents an inch; 
1,000 Inches, 25 cents an inch. Classified, 3 
lines, one time, 25 cents; 5 cents each ad- 
ditional line. Reading notices, 20 cents a 
line. Solid cuts required. 

GUARDIAN. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic, 
Established 1836. Guardian Printing and 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $3; estimated circulation, 7,637; 
weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 1,365; 8 
pages, 7 columns; lengtn of columns, 20% 
inches; width, 214 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, % Inch, 
one time, 50 cents; one week, $1.50; one 
month, $4.75; three months, $8; one year, $20; 
1 Inch, one time, 75 cents; one week, $2.75; 
one month, $7; three months, $12; one year, 
$30. Reading notices, 50 per cent additional. 
Business notices, 20 cents per line, each In- 
sertion. Weekly, one month or over, % 
daily rates. Daily and weekly, 1-3 more than 
daily rates. 

MORNING CALL. Every morning except 
Sunday. Republican. Established 1873. Call 
Printing and' Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $5; guaranteed average circu- 
lation, for year 1900, 7,550*; 10 to 16 pages, 
7 or 8 columns'; length of columns, 22 Inches; 
width, 2% Inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, $2.75; one month, $7; three 
months, $12; six months'. $18; one year, $30. 
Special position extra. E. O. D., % of dally 
rates. Classified ads, 4 lines, one time, 25 
cents; 5 cents for each additional line. 
Reading notices 20 cents a- line. 

NATIONAL LABOR STANDARD.-Every 

Thursday. Independent. Labor. Estab- 
lished 1876. Labor Standard Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed- aver- 
age circulation, for six months, ending May 
31, 1901, 7,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $2; three months, $3.50; six 
months, $5.50; one year, $10; 2 Inches', one 
time, $1.50; one month, $3; three months, 
$5.50; one year, $18.50; 3 Inches, one year, 
$25; 4 inches, $35. 

PLEASANTVILLE 

YOU.NG AMERICA. Monthly. Juvenile. 
Established 1891. Isaac Risley, publisher. 
Subscription 25 cents; estimated circulation, 
8,000; 16 pages. 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 1214 Inches; width, 2% Inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates 10 cents a line. 



NEW JERSEY 



TRENTON 

STATE GAZETTE. Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Republican. Established, daily, 1846; week- 
ly, 1792. The John L. Murphy Publishing 
Co., publishers'. Subscription, dally, $5; 
estimated circulation, 4,500; weekly, $2, esti- 
mated circulation, 5,500; daily 8, weekly 12 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, minion, daily, one 
Inch, one time, 75 cents; one week, $200; 
one month, $7.20; three months, $12.85; six 
months, $19.65; one year, $27. Business no- 
tices, first, 10 cents; subsequent insertions, 
5 cents per line. Weekly, 1 inch, one time, 
$1.50; one month, $4.20; three months. $9.40; 
six months, $15.40; one year, $25; 2 inches, 
three months, $13.55; one year, $36. Busi- 
ness notices, first 20 cents; subsequent In- 
sertions, 10 cents per line. 



TIMES. OE/very evening except Sunday. 
Independent Republican. Established 1882. 
Trenton Times (Inc.), publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; sworn average circulation for one 
year ending June 30, 1901, 9,684; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 22 Inches; 
width, 2% Inches. 

Advertising rates, one Inch, one time, 
$1.20; one week, $4.20; 10 inches, or more, 50 
cents an Inch; 100 inched used within one 
year. 45 cents an inch; 250 inches, 40 cento; 
500 inches, 35 cents; 1,000 inches, 30 cents; 
classified, 10 cents a line first time; 5 cents 
each subsequent Insertion; one week, 35 
cents; one month, 81 cents. Business no- 
tice, 10 cents a line first time; 5 cents after, 
Summer and Winter Resorts, 10 cents a 
line; by the month, 50 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 493. 

TRUE AMERICAN. Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday. Democratic. Established 1835. 
Naar, Day & Naar, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $5; sworn average circulation, 
for year 1900, 5.281*; 10 to 12 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length, of columns, 22 Inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, minion,, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, 51.50; one month, 
$3.75; three months, $7.70; six months, $11.25; 
one year, $17. 

SUNDAY ADVERTISER. Every Sunday. 
Established 1883. Advertiser Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed 
average circulation, for three months, end- 
ing March 31, 1501. 11,461*; 12 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 23% inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one Inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $2.25; three months, $6; six 
months, $9; one year, $16. Reading notices, 
10 cents a line. Classified ads, 1 cent a 
word. 



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ALBUQUERQUE 

CITIZEN. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Republican. Es- 
tablished, daily, 1886; weekly, 1890. Hughes 
& McCreight, publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $6; estimated circulation, 1,800; week- 
ly, $2; estimated circulation, 1,000; 4 to 8 
pages, 20x26. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one month, 
$2.50; 2 inches, $4.50; 3 inches, $6; 4 inches, 
$8; over 4 inches, $2 per inch, per month; 
25 per discount on 6 months and one year 
Reading notices, 10 cents a line first time; 
5 cents each subsequent insertion. 



JOURNAL DEMOCRAT. Every morning 
except Monday. Republican. Established 
1880. Democrat Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $6; claimed circulation, 1,800; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 19V 
inches; width, 2*4 inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, six months 
or one year, per month, $2; special pages, 
$2.50. For more than one month and less 
than three months, add 20 per cent. Tran- 
sient ads, 90 cents an Inch. Reading no- 
tices. 10 cents a line or 75 cents a line per 
month. 



EAST LAS VEGAS 

OPTIC. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY OPTIC AND STOCK 
GROWER, every Thursday. Independent. 
Established, daily, 1879; weekly, 1884. Las 
Vegas Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $8; weekly, $2; estimated cir- 
culation, daily, 1,900; weekly, 3,500. Daily, 4 
pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 24 
inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. 

Advertising rates. 10 cents per inch per 
time. For one month or longer, weekly, one 
inch, one month, $1; th^e months, $2.50; 
six months/ $4; one year, $7.50. 



SANTA FE 

NEW MEXICAN. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, every Thursday. 
Republican. Established 1862. New Mexi- 
can Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $7.50; weekly, $2; estimated circula- 
tion, daily, 1,500; weekly, 800; 4 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, $2 per inch per mon'th. 
Weekly, $1 per inch per month. Additional 
rates and particulars on application. 




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ALBANY 

ARGUS. Every morning, and SEMI- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1813. The Argus Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; sworn 
average circulation for six months ending 
May 31, 1901, 15,838*; semi-weekly, $1; claimed 
circulation, 11,400; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 19 4-7 inches; width, 2% 
laches. Can use matrices. Office, Broad- 
way and Beaver street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 8% cents 
a line; 100 to 250 lines. 8 cents; 250 to 500 
lines, 7 cents; 500 to 1.000 lines, 6 cents; 
1,000 to 2,500 lines, 5 cents; 2,500 to 5,000 lines, 
4% cents; 5,000 to 10,000 lines, 4 cents; 10,000 
to 15,000 lines, 3 cents; 15,000 to 20,000 lines, 
2% cents; position extra. Classified adver- 
tisements, 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 10 
cents a line. Local notices, 25 cents a line. 
SEMI-WEEKLY, 5 cents a line each inser- 
-tion. Reading notices, same as daily. 

See advertisement on page 473. 

EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening, 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, twice a 
week, on Tuesdays and Fridays. Republi- 
can. Established 1830. The Journal Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily, $3; sworn 
average "circulation for three months ending 
January 31, 1901, 17.242*; weekly, $1; claimed 
circulation, 30,240; 8 to zO pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 61 State 
street. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, daily, 
10 cents; 3 times, 8 cents; one week, 7% 
cents; one month. 6% cents; three months, 
6^4 cents; six months, 5 cents; one year, 3 
cents a line per time. Open space used 
within one year, 1,000 to 3,000 lines, 5 cents 
a line; 3,000 to 5,000 lines, 4 cents; 5,000 lines 
and over. 3 cents a line. E. O. D., 2-3; 
twice a week, % daily rate. Classified, 1 
cent a word. Position extra. Reading no- 
tices, 15 cents a line. Pure readers, 40 cents 
to $1 a line. Weekly, 15 cents a line per 
week (two insertions); by the year, 10 cents 
a line: reading notices, 15 to 40 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 382. 

PRESS-KNIOKERBOOKER-BXPRESS.- 
Every morning except Sunday, and SUN- 
DAY PRESS, Sundays. Independent. Knick- 
erbocker, established 1842; Express, 1847; 
Press. 1877. The Press Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6; claimed circulation, 
24,700; Sunday, $2; circulation, 21,350; 6, 8 and 
10 pages, 7 columns (Sunday, 12 and 16 
pages); length of columns, 21% inches; 
width. 214 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
18-20 Beaver street. 

Advertising rates, daily and Sunday, 
agate, 10 cents a line; yearly contracts for 
one or more insertions a week, 5 cents a 
line per time. Classified advertisements, 1 



cent a word. Reading notices, 25, 40 and 50 
cents a line. Discounts of 10 to 25 per cent 
on amounts ranging from $100 to $750. Tele- 
graphic reading matter, 50 cents per count 



TIMES-UNION. Eveiy evening, except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY TIMES, Thursdays. 
Independent. Established daily, 1856; week- 
ly, 1873. Joseph A. Farrell, publisher. Sub- 
scription, daily, $3; sworn average circula- 
tion for year 1900, 23,914*; weekly, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 4,000; 4 to 8 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 22 inches; width, 
2 inches. Can, use matrices. Office, Beaver 
and Green streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
100 lines, 9 cents; 200 lines, 8 cents; 400 lines, 

7 cents; 750 lines, 6 cents; 1,000 lines, or 
more, 5 cents a line. Special positions ex- 
tra. Classified ads. 1 cent a word. Read- 
ing notices, 50 cents to $1 a line. Weekly, 
5 cents a line each insertion. Reading no- 
tices, 25 and 50 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 434. 

COUNTRY GENTLEMAN. Every Thurs- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1831. Lu- 
ther Tucker & Sons, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; estimated circulation, 20,000; 20 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 395 Broadway. 

Advertising rates', agate, 40 cents a line, 
first time; subsequent insertions, - 30 cents 
a line; thirteen times, 25 cents; twenty-six 
times, 22% cents; one year, 18 cents a line 
per time. First page or any special posi- 
tion, 50 cents per line. Special notices, 50 
cents per line. 

SUNDAY TELEGRAM.-Every Sunday. 
Independent. Established '1886. James Hill, 
publisher. Subscription, $1.50; estimated cir- 
culation, 42,000; 16 to 32 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20% inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close Mondays. Office, 
130 State street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 35 cents per line, 
each insertion. Reading notices, 60 cents 
per line. 

See advertisement on page 436. 

THE VATICAN AND THE OATHOLIO 
STAR. Every Saturday. Roman Catholic. 
Established 1884. T. P. McClare, publisher. 
Subscription, $2; claimed circulation, 8,000; 

8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2 1-3 inches. Office, 15-21 
Union street. Also dated Troy, N. Y. 

Advertising rates, 36 cents per inch per 
time. 

POULTRY MONTHLY. Poultry raising. 
Established 1879. Ferris Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed 



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average circulation for one year ending 
May 1901, 6,000*; 48 to 80 pages; 2 and 3 
columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 3% and 2^4 inches. Forms close 24th 
preceding month. Office, 39 Washington 
avenue. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents per agate line; 
three months, 9 cents; six months, 8 cents; 
nine months, 7 cents; one year, 6 cents a 
line, per time. Minimum space, 10 lines. 

ALDEN 

NIAGARA FRONTIER (The). Monthly 
(25th). Literary. Established 1901. The 
Morey Printing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 25 cents; guaranteed circulation, 25,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
Inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices 
not larger than 5x10. Forms close 10th of 
current month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Reading notices. 25 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 440. 

AMSTERDAM 

DEMOCRAT AND EVENING RECORD- 
ER. Every evening, except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY DEMOCRAT, Thursdays. Es- 
tablished 1870 (Recorder, 1833). Republican. 
William J. Kline, publisher. Subscription, 
daily, $6; weekly, $1; sworn average circu- 
lation, daily, 3,001*; weekly, 1,871*; daily, 8 
to 10 pages, 7 columns; weekly, 12 pages, 
6 columns; length of columns, 19^ inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 



AUBURN 

BULLETIN. Every evening, except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Established 1870. Auburn Bulle- 
tin Co., publishers. Subscription, dally, $6; 
estimated circulation, 3,980; semi-weekly, $1; 
estimated circulation, 1,620; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2y 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, 65 cents; 1 week, $2.50; one month, 
$6; three months, $12; six months. $21; one 
year. $36; 4 inches, one year, $90. Semi- 
weekly, 1 inch, one time, 50 cents; one 
month, $1.75; three months, $4.25: six 
months, $8; one year, $14. Daily and week- 
ly combined, one inch, one month, $7; three 
months, $14.50; one year, $44. Reading no- 
tices, in daily, in locfil column, 12 cents 
per line; semi-weekly, 10 cents a line. Busi- 
ness notices, first page, 10 cents per line, 
one time; one week, oO cents; one month, $1. 

BATAVIA 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
Republican. Established 1878. Griswold & 
McWain, publishers. Subscription. $2: sworn 
average circulation for year 1900, 5,918*; 4 
to 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2V 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one inch, one 
time, 75 cents; one week, $2; one month, $5; 
three months, $10; six months, $18; one year, 
$30. E. O. D., two-thirds of daily rates, 



NEW YORK 



Classified, 5 lines, one time, 25 cents; 3 
times, 60 cents; one week, $1. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents a line, with liberal discounts. 



BINGHAMTON 

HERALD. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1889. Evening 
Herald Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
sworn average circulation for six months 
to June 30, 1901, 9,613*; 8 to 12 pages, 7 to 8 
columns; length of columns, 21*4 inches; 
width, 2i/8 inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one week, $4.13; one month, $10; three 
months, $24; six months, $38; one year, $50; 
2 inches, one year, $90; 3 inches, $120. E. O. 
D., 2-3 daily rate. Open space used within 
one year, 200 inches, 40 cents an inch; 500 
inches, 35 cents; 1,000 Inches, 30 cents an 
inch. Classified, 5 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 399. 

LEADER. Every evening except Sunday, 
and DEMOCRATIC LEADER, Fridays. In- 
d( pendent Democratic. Established, daily 
1878; weekly, 1869. Leader Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; sworn 
average circulation, 12,440; weekly, $1; sworn 
circulation, 7,676; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 19Ms inches; width, 2^ inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, one 
inch, one time, $1; one week, $3; one month, 
$8; three months, $16; six months, $25; one 
year, $50; 2 inches, 3 months, $28; one year, 
$90. E. O. D., 60 per cent of daily rates. 
Reading notices, in reading matter type, 25 
cents per line. Nonpareil notices, 10 cents 
per line. Weekly, 1 inch, one time, $1; one 
month, $3.25; three months, $7.50; six 
months, $11; one year, $16. Reading notices, 
same as daily. Classified ads, 5 cents a line, 
with discount for time. 



REPUBLICAN. Every morning except 
Sunday, and BROOME REPUBLICAN, Sat- 
urdays. Republican. Established 1822. 
Binghamton Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $3; sworn average cir- 
culation for six months ending December 
31, 1900, 6,561*; weekly, $1; sworn circulation", 
1.145; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
21% inches; width. 2V 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, $1; one week, $3.50; one month, 
$10; three mouths, $20; six mouths, $30; one 
year, $40. E. O. D., three-fourths of daily 
rates. Open space used within one year, 75 
inches, plate matter, 50 cents aa inch; 100 
inches, 48 cents; 250 inches, 44 cents; 500 
inches, 38 cents; 1,000 inches, 28 cents; 1,500 
inches, 18 cents. For composition, add 4 
cents a line. Reading notices, 10 cents a 
line. Weekly, 1 inch, one time, $1; one 
month, $3; three months, $8.25; six months, 
$13.25; one year, $18. Double column adver- 
tisements one-fourth extra. 

See advertisement on page 366. 



CHRONICLE. Every Saturday. 
lican. Established 1887. Chronicle Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 



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claimed average circulation, 6,017; 16 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns, 15% inches; 
width, 2Ya inches. 
Advertising rates on application. 

HOME CIRCLE.-Monthly. Family. Es- 
tablished 1901. The Chronicle Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 20th 
preceding month. 

Advertising rates on application. 

BROOKLYN 

CITIZEN. Every evening, except Sunday, 
and SUNDAY MORNING. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1886. Edward Pettus, publisher. 
Subscription, daily, with Sunday, $7; claimed 
average circulation, 24,000 (Sunday, 28,000); 
daily, 12 and 14 pages, Sunday, 24 to 36 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 397-401 Fulton street. 

Advertising rates, agate, ordinary, 15 cents 
per line; editorial page, 20 cents; position, 
5 cents a line extra. Classified ads, 10 and 
15 cents a line; medical, 25 cents. Summer 
and Winter Resorts, 6 cents a line. Dis- 
counts, 33 1-3 and 5 per cent on 10,000 lines; 
331-3 and 10 per cent on 15,000 lines; 331-3 
and 15 per cent on 25,000 lines; 331-3 and 
25 per cent on 35,000 lines; 33 1-3 and 33 1-3 
per cent on 50,000 lines. Reading notices, 
50 cents a line; editorial page, 75 cents; 
first page, $1;. 

See advertisement on page 494. 

EAGLE. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SUNDAY MORNING. IndependPnt 
Democratic. Established 1840. Subscrip- 
tion, daily. $8; estimated circulation, 45,000; 
(Sunday, 60,000); daily, 16 to 20 pages; Sun- 
days, 36 to 48 pages; 7 columns'; length of 
columns, 21% inches; wid.th, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, Eagle Building, cor- 
ner Washington and Johnson streets; branch 
office in Borough of Manhattan, 952 Broad- 
way. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, general 
advertising pages, 16 cents; editorial and 
last pages, 25 cents. Preferred position, 30 
and 40 cents, a line. Less than 5 lines, 
charged as 5 lines. Local notices, on page 
facing editorial, 50 cents; last page and edi- 
torial page, $1 per line each Insertion. Foot 
of news columns, $1.50 a line. Double col- 
umn advertisements must be at least 50 
lines deep. No extra charge for display, 
cuts or breaking column rules. 

FREIE PRESSE. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. German. 
Republican. Established 1864. Roehr Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
with Sunday, $4.50; estimated circulation, 
14,700 (Sunday, $2; estimated, 15,000); 6 
to 22 pages'; 7 columns; length of columns, 
23% inches; width, 21-3 inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 35 Myrtle avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, one time, 
15 cents a line; minimum space, 3 lines, 
one month, $1.25; three months, $2.50; six 
months, $4; one year, $6 per line. Daily and 



NEW YORK 



Sunday, one month, per line, $1.50; three 
months, $3; six months, $5; one year, $7.50. 
E. O. D., one month, 75 cents; three months, 
$1.75; six months, $2.50; one year, $4 per 
line. Reading notices, 25, 40 and 50 cents 
per line each insertion. Sunday only, one 
time, 15 cents; one month, 40 cents; three 
months, 75 cents; six months, $1.25; one year, 
$2 per line. Classified, daily or Sunday, 10 
cents a line first time; 5 cents each sub- 
sequent consecutive insertion. 



STANDARD UNION. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday and SUNDAY MORNING. Re- 
publican. Established 1863. Brooklyn Union 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$3.50; claimed circulation, 20,000; 12 pages, 
8 columns; length of columns, 23% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
311 and 313 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, a sate, per line, 15 cents. 
Preferred position, 25 cents; editorial page, 
25 cents; first page, 50 cents a line. Classi- 
fied, 5 lines or less, 10 cents; 3 times, 25 
cents; 10 cents for each additional line, 
three times. Reading notices, from 25 cents 
to $1 a line. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1848. B. Peters & 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $7; claimed 
average circulation, 21,489; 12 to 24 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 22 inches; 
width, 2*4 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
24 and 26 Broadway (Brooklyn). 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 12 cents; 
last page, or preferred position,- 15 cents. 
Reading notices, 30 cents a line; editorial, 
second, third, fourth and fifth pages, 50 
cents a line; first page, $1; classified, 10, 12 
15 and 25 cents a line; solid cuts required. 

SIIRTOLAINEN. Every Tuesday and 
Friday. Finnish Independent. Established 
1S76. Finnish-American Publishing Co.. pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2.25; estimated cir- 
culation, 8,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 385 39th street. 

Advertising rates. 50 cents an inch per 
time. 

See advertisement on page 385. 

BROOKLYNER REFORM. Every Satur- 
day. German. Democratic. Established 
1870. Fr. Weidner & Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; claimed average circulation 
for "year 1900, 5,200; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 105 Meserole street. ' 

Advertising rates, 8 cents a line; per inch, 
one year, $20. 

BROOKLYN LIFE. Every Saturday. Il- 
lustrated. Society. Established 1889. Brook- 
lyn Life Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; claimed circulation, 16.000; 35 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 12 
Inches; width. 2V4 inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close Tuesdays. Office, Eagle Build- 
ing. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 
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preferred pages extra. Discounts, 6 per cent 
on $100; 10 per cent on $300; 15 per cent on 

BROOKLYN TEACHER (The). Monthly 
(20th), except July and August. Educational. 
Established 1897. I. N. Smith & Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 10 inches; width, 2>4 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 114 Liv- 
ingston street. 

Advertising rates, % page, per time, $15; 
% page, $28; one page, $50; per line, agate, 
15 cents. Discounts: 5 months, 5 per cent; 
10 months, 10 per cent. 

EVERY WHERE. - Monthly. Literary. 
Established 1894. Every Where Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; guar- 
anteed circulation, 60,000; 36 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 9% inches; width, 
2*4 inches. Forms close 15th preceding 
month. Office, 308 Gates avenue. New York 
office, 409-411 Pearl street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line. 
Discounts, 5 per cent on 250 lines; 10 per 
cent on 500; 15 per cent on 750; 20 per cent 
on 1,000 lines, in one year. Smallest space, 
5 lines. Reading notices, 40 cents a line, 
measured agate. 

See advertisement on page 426. 

HOME CHEER. Monthly. See New York 
City. 

BUFFALO 

COMMERCIAL. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Re- 
publican. Established daily, 1835, weekly, 
1810. James D. Warren's Sons, publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $6; claimed average 
circulation for year 1900, 12,496; weekly, $1; 
estimated circulation, 3,000; 10 to 24 pages, 
7 columns; lengtE of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
cor. Washington and No. Division streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, per line, 
15 cents; one week, 90 cents; one month, 
$1.56; three months, $3.12; six months, $4.68; 
one year, $7.80; E. O. D., 2-3; twice a week, 
%; once a week, 1-3, daily rates. Classified, 
1 cent a word (each figure and initial count 
a word). Local reading notices, 30 cents a 
line; one month, $5; three months, $10; six 
months, $15; one year, $25 per line. Weekly, 
ordinary, 10 cents per line, first, and 5 cents 
for subsequent Insertions; per line three 
months, 45 cents; six months, 70 cents; 
twelve months, $1; metal cuts required. 

COURIER. Every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 
1828. W. J. Conners, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $3 (Sunday, $2); sworn average 
circulation for year 1900, exceeding 51,000* 
(Sunday, 41,000*); 8 to 12 pages (Sunday, 24 
to 32 pages), 7 columns; length of columns, 
21% Inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 250 Main street. 

Advertising rates, agate, for COURIER 
and ENQUIRER combined, 15 cents per 
line; 2 to 10 insertions, 14 cents; 11 to 26 



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insertions, 13 cents; 27 to 60 Insertions, 12 
cents; 61 to 100 insertions. 11 cents; 101 in- 
sertions, or more, 10 cents. Open space used 
within one year, 100 inches, per agate line, 
14 cents; 250 inches, 13 cents; 500 inches, 12 
cents; 700 inches, 11 cents; 1,000 inches, 10 
cents per line. Reading notices, 40 cents a 
line, with discounts. Classified advertise- 
ments, 2 cents a word. Position extra. Sun- 
day, 12% cents a line; 2 to 10 times, 10 
cents; 10 times or more, 8 cents. Weekly, 
8 cents; one month, 5 cents; three months, 
4 cents; six months, 3 cents; one year, 2 
cents a line per time. 
Issue also the ENQUIRER (evening daily). 

DEMOKRAT. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SUNDAY MORNING, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays. German. Independent 
Democratic. Established 1837. P. C. B. 
Held, publisher. Subscription, daily, $6.50; 
estimated circulation, 6,000; Sunday, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 6,000; weekly, $1.75; esti- 
mated circulation, 3,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 250 Main street. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
75 cents; one week, $3; one month, $8; three 
months $18; six months, $30; one year, $50. 
Special line rates for E. O. D., etc. Read- 
ing notices, nonpareil, 15 cents a line; class- 
ified advertisements, 1 cent a word. 

ENQUIRER. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Independent. Established 1837. W. 
J. Conners, publisher. Subscription, $3; 
sworn average circulation for year 1900, ex- 
ceeding 34,000*; 10 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 250 Main street. 

Advertising rates: See COURIER. 

EVENING NEWS.-Every evening except 
Sunday, and SUNDAY NEWS. Republican. 
Established 1873. E. H. Butler, publisher. 
Subscription, daily. $3; sworn average cir- 
culation for year 1900, 66,852*; Sunday, $2.50; 
claimed circulation, 25,000; 8 pages, 8 col- 
umns (Sunday, 16 to 20 pages); length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 2V S inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 218 Main street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, ordinary, 
20 cents per line; thirteen insertions, 15 
cents; one hundred and fifty insertions, 12% 
cents; position and double column, extra. 
Open space, used within one year, 1,000 
lines, 15 cents a line; 2,000 lines, 14 cents; 
3,000 lines, 13% cents; 5,000 lines, 13 cents; 
20,000 lines, or more. 12% cents a line. 
Reading notices, 50 cents and $1 a line; 
classified advertisements, daily, or Sunday, 
2 cents a word; Sunday, 15 cents a line. 
Yearly contracts, 8 cents a line; 2,000 lines, 
8 cents; 5,000 lines, or more, 6 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 25 and 50 cents a line. 

EVENING TIMES. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1879. Norman E. Mack, 
publisher. Subscription, daily, ,$3; sworn 
average circulation for year 1900, 41,714*; 
Sunday, $2.50; sworn average circulation for 
same period, 39,686*; 8, 10 and 12 pages, 8 
columns (Sunday, 32 pages); length of col- 



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uiuns, 22 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 195 Main street. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, daily or 
Sunday, 18 cents; five hundred lines, 15 
cents; one thousand lines, 12 cents; twenty- 
five hundred lines, 9 cents; five thousand 
lines, 8% cents; ten thousand lines, 8*4 
cents; twenty thousand lines, 8 cents. Dis- 
counts, one year every day, 25 per cent; 
6 months, 15 per cent; E. O. D., one year, 
20 pep cent; 6 months, 10 per cent. Preferred 
positions, 15 to 50 per cent extra. Double 
column, 25 per cent extra. Pure reading 
matter, 40 cents per agate line. Classified 
"Want" advertisements, 1 cent a word. 

See advertisement on page 378. 

EXPRESS. Every morning except Sun- 
day, ILLUSTRATED EXPRESS, Sundays, 
Independent Republican. Established 1846. 
The J. N. Matthews Co., owners. Subscrip- 
tion, daily,' with Sunday, $5; claimed circu- 
lation, 25,000 (Sunday, 62,922); daily, 12 pages 
(Sunday, 20 pages); 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 5-7 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 179-183 Washing- 
ton street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 12% 
cents; 2 to 11 times, 10 cents; 12 times, 
9 cents; 26 times, 8 cents; 52 times, 7 cents; 
78 times, 6 cents; 156 times, 5 cents a line, 
per time. Open space used within one 
year, 2,000 lines, 7% cents; 3,000 lines, 7 
cents; 5,000 lines, 6 cents; 10,000 lines, 5 
cents a line. Reading notices, double dis- 
play rates. Classified advertisements, 1 cent 
a word (Sunday issue, 2 cents a word). Sun- 
day edition, 20 cents a line; 2, 3 or 4 
times, 16 cents; 5 times, 15 cents; 9 times, 
14 cents; 13 times, 13 cents; 26 times, 12 
cents; 52 times, 10 cents a line, per time. 
Open space, used within one year, 2,000 
lines, 17% cents a line; 3,000 lines, 16 cents; 
5,000 lines, 15 cents ;. 10,000 lines, 12% cents 
a line. 

POLAK W AMERYCE. Every evening 
except Sunday. Polish. Republican. Eis- 
tablished as semi- weekly, 1885; changed to 
daily, 1895. Estimated circulation, 5000; 4 
pages, 18x24. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 20 cents an 
Inch. Reading notices, 5 cents a line. Fur- 
ther rates on application. 

REVIEW. Every morning except Sun- 
day. Independent. Established 1898. The 
Buffalo Review Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $6; claimed average circulation, 10,500; 
10 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 42 So. Division street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
one month, 5 cents; three months, 4 cents; 
six months, 3% cents; one year, 3 cents per 
line, per time. Reading notices, 20 cents per 
agate line. 

VOLKSFREUND. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. German. 
Independent Democratic. Established 1868. 
Buffalo Volksfreund Printing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $6; estimated circu- 



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lation, 6,200; weekly, $1.50; estimated circu- 
lation, 4,400; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 19% inches; width, 2^4 inches. Of- 
fice, 46-48 Broad\vay. 

Advertising rates, agate, dailv, 15 cents 
a line; second, third, fourth and eighth 
time, 10, 9, 8 and 7 cents respectively. One 
month, 5 cents; three months, 4 cents; six 
months, 3 cents; one year, 2 cents. Classi- 
fied ads, 1 cent a word. Reading matter, 
15 cents a line first time; 10 cents each sub- 
sequent insertion. Weekly, same rates as 
in daily. 

AURORA AND C1IIUSTLICHE WOCHE. 
Every Friday. German. Catholic. Estab- 
lished 1851. German Roman Catholic Orphan 
Asylum, publishers. Subscription, $1.50; es- 
timated circulation, 5,000; 8 pages, 15x22. 
Office, 131 Broadway. 

Advertising rates on application. 

CATHOLIC UNION AND TIMES. Every 
Thursday. Catholic. Established 1871. Buf- 
falo Catholic Publication Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2; sworn average circulation 
for three months ending March 31, 1901, 
14,569*; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
St. Stephen's Hall. 

Advertising rates, agate, 14 lines, one 
time, $2; one month, $6; three months, $15; 
six months, $25; one year, $40. Reading 
notices, 20 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 459. 

CHRISTIAN UPLOOK.-Every Wednes- 
day. Methodist Episcopal. Established 
1850. McGerald Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; estimated circulation, 12,- 
000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns. 
13% inches; width, 2>4 inches. (Jffice, 457-459 
Washington street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 15 cents a line. Time dis- 
counts from 5 per cent, on two insertions, 
to 40 per cent on a year. 

DEUTSCHES VOLKSBLATT. -Every 
Tuesday. German. Established 1872. Ger- 
man Publishing Co. (Geo. Brumder), pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1; sworn circulation, 
9,000; 8 pages, 8 columns; length of columns. 
22 inches; width, 2 inches. 

Advertising department at Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Advertising rates on application. 

NATIONAL ODD FELLOW. Every 
Thursday. I. O. O. F- Established 1900. 
John C. V. Kraft, publisher. Subscription, 
$1; estimated circulation, 6,500; 8 pages, 16x22. 
Office, 361 Washington street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $3; three months, $6; six months, 
$9; one year, $15. Reading notices, 20 and 25 
cents a line. 

EDUCATOR. Monthly. Educational. Es- 
tablished 1889. W. Hazleton Smith, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, 75 cents; estimated 
circulation, 20,000; 36 pages, 3 columns; 



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leiiRih of columns, 10% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 20th 
preceding month. Office, 35 Exchange street. 
Advertising rates, 15 cents per agate line. 
Time discounts, 10 per cent on three months, 
15 per cent on six months, 20 por cent on 
one year. Corresponding space discounts. 

EMPIRE STATE WORKMAN. Monthly. 
A. O. U. W. Established 1897. G. H. Hau- 
sauer & Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; estimated circulation, 30,000; 12 pages, 
11x16. 

Advertising rates on application. 

FRATERNAL LEADER. - Monthly. Of- 
ficial organ of Ladies' Catholic Benevolent 
Association. Established 1900. Ladies' 
Catholic Benevolent Association, publishers. 
Sworn average circulation for four months 
ending April, 1901, 62,050*; 8 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13 inches; width-, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, $3 per inch per time. 
No discounts for time or space. 

ROYAL TEMPLAR. Monthly (29th or 
30th). Fraternal Insurance. Established 
1870. McGerald Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 
20,000; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns, 
17% Inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 
29th preceding month. Office, 43 Niagara 
street. 

Advertising rates, 8 cents a line. 

COHOES 

EVENING DISPATCH. Every evening 
except Sunday. Independent. Established 
1884. J. & M. Wallace, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; estimated circulation, 5,000; 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 19% 
Inches; width, 2^ inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
one week, $2.25; one month, $6.25; three 
months, $13.75; six months, $22.75; one year, 
$36; E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. 

DANSVILLE 

NORMAL INSTRUCTOR. Monthly, ex- 
cept July and August. Educational. Estab- 
lished 1891. Instructor Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; sworn aver- 
age circulation for year ending May, 1901, 
108,500*; 44 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 11 Inches; width, 2^ Inches. Forms 
close 15th preceding month. 

Also publishes WORLD'S EVENTS. 

Advertising rates, agate, 35 cents a line; 
no discount for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 411. 

WORLD'S EVENTS. Monthly. Literary. 
Established 1900. Instructor Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed 
average circulation, 35,000; 44 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 14 inches; width, 
2*6 inches. Forms close 25th preceding 
month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 



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DUNKIRK 

GRAPE BELT Semi-Weekly. Tuesdays 
and Saturdays. Established 1893. Dunkirk 
Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
sworn circulation, 3,950; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20 Inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 Inch, three months, 
$4; six months, $7; one year, $12, both is- 
sues. One time a week, one inch, one time, 
25 cents; one month, 85 cents; three months, 
$2.25; six months, $4.25; one year, $8. 



EAST AURORA 

PHILISTINE. Monthly. Critical. Elbert 
Hubbard, publisher. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 100,000; 32 pages 1 column; 
length of column, 5% Inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 



ELMIRA 

ADVERTISER. Every morning, except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Repub- 
lican. Established 1853. Elmira Advertiser 
Association, publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$6; estimated circulation, 7,500; weekly, $1; 
claimed circulation, 12,000; 10 to 12 pages; 
weekly, 10 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 Inches; width, 2^4 inches. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 5 cents a 
line; 6 times, 4 cents; 26 times, 3 cents; 78 
times, 2 cents; 156 times, 1% cents a line per 
time. Classified advertisements, 1 cent a 
word. Locals, 15 cents; 250 lines, 10 cents 
per line count. Weekly, same rate as daily. 



EVENING STAR. Every evening except 
Sunday. Established 1888. I. S. Copeland 
and J. F. Woodford, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; guaranteed circulation, 8,500; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2% Inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 50 
cents; one week, $1; one month, $3; three 
months, $8.55; six months, $17.10; one year, 
$34. Business locals, 10 cents a line. 



GAZETTE AND FREE PRESS. Every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1838. 
The Gazette Co., publishers. Subscription, 
dally, $6; sworn circulation, 7,480*; weekly, 
$1; claimed circulation, 7,614; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches-, 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 6 cents a 
line; three times, 5 cents; one week, 4 cents; 
one month, 3 cents, three months, 2 cents; 
six months, 1% cents; one year, 1& cents a 
line per time; 10 per cent extra for ads less 
than one inch. Position extra. Classified, 
1 cent a word. Pure reading notices, 20 
cents per count line; local notices, 7% cents 
a line; weekly, 50 cents an Inch each Inser- 
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TELEGRAM. Every Sunday. Independ- 
ent in politics. Established 1879. Harry S. 
Brooks, publisher. Subscription, |1.50; sworn 
average circulation for three months ending 
April 30, 1901, 43,218*; 16 to 32 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2^4 inches. Forms close 5 days in advance. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
500 lines or more, 12 cents. Reading notices, 
30 cents per count line; 500 lines or more, 
20 cents a line. Classified advertisements, 
25 cents a line. 

FLORAL PARK 

MAYFLOWER. Monthly. Floriculture 
and Horticulture. Established 1885. May- 
flower Publis'hing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 300,000; 50 
to 70 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 
8% inches; width, 2%, Inches. Forms close 
1st of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 per line. 

See advertisement on page 502. 

IRVINGTON 

COSMOPOLITAN. Monthly. Literary. 
Illustrated. Established 1885. John Brisben 
Walker, proprietor. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 350.000; 128 to 200 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns, 8 inches; width, 
2% Inches. Forms close 1st of preceding 
month. 

Advertising rates, agate, $2 a line; 20 per 
cent discount on space of not less than 3 
pages to be used within one year. Smallest 
advertisement taken is seven lines. New 
York office, Times Building. 

JAMESTOWN 

EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tues- 
days and Fridays. Republican. Established 
1826. Journal Printing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6; sworn average circu- 
lation, 3,000*; semi-weekly, $1.50; sworn aver- 
age circulation, 5,200*; daily, 8, semi-weekly, 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, -19% 
Inches; width, 21-6 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, 1 Inch, one time, 25 
cents; one week, $1; one month, $3; three 
months, $7; six months, $12; twelve months, 
$20. E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. Classified 
5 cents a line first time; 3 cents subsequent 
insertion. Semi-weekly, 1 inch, one time, 5u 
cents; one month, $2.75; six months, $12; one 
year, S20. 



KINGSTON 

FREEMAN. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and FREEMAN AND JOURNAL, 
Thursdays. Republican. Established daily, 
1871; weekly, 1840. J. E. Klock, publisher. 
Subscription, daily, $5; estimated circula- 
tion, 3,100; weekly, $1.50; estimated circula- 
tion, 1,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 19% inches; width, 2% Inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 Inch, 
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week, %; one time a week, % daily monthly 
rates. One week, 10 per cent of yearly rate; 
one month, 20 per cent; three months, 40 
per cent; six months, 70 per cent. Open 
space, 250 inches, used within three months, 
25 cents an inch; 500 inches, within six 
months, 20 cents an inch; 1,000 inches within 
one year, 15 cents an inch. Classified adver- 
tisements, 1 cent a word. Business notices, 
one time, 10 cents; one week, 36 cents; two 
weeks, 60 cents per line. Weekly, 1 inch, 
one time, $1; one month, $2; three months, 
J4; six months, $7; one inch, one year, $10. 
Business notices, 10 cents per line each 
insertion. 



LOCKPORT 

WOMAN'S TEMPERANCE WORK.- 
Monthly. W. C. T. U. Established 1883. 
Frances W. Graham, publisher Subscrip- 
tion, 25 cents; claimed average circulation, 
for year ending May, 1901, 6,491; 8 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 11^ Inches; 
width, 3 inches 

Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 25 cents per count !ine. 
Discounts, 100 lines within one year, 10 per 
cent; 300 lines, 20 per cent; 600 lines, 40 per 
cent; 1,000 lines, 50 per cent. 

MILFORD 

TEACHERS' GAZETTE. Monthly, except 
July and August. Educational. Estab- 
lished 1897. Teachers' Gazette Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 25 cents; claimed 
average circulation exceeding 7,000; 16 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 21-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an Inch. 

NEWBURGH 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1885. Newburgh 
News Printing and Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $5; claimed circulation, 
4,000; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of columns, 
26 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
one week, $3; one month, $6.25; throe 
months, $11; six months, $16; one year, $24. 
Open space, used within one year, plate 
matter, 100 Inches, 22 cents an inch; 250 
inches, 20 cents; 500 Inches, 18 cents; 1,000 
Inches, 15 cents. For composition add 5 
cents per inch. Reading notices, double 
rates for space occupied, set in brevier. E. 
O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. More than one 
inch, 50 per cent of inch rate, for each ad- 
ditional inch. 

REGISTER. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Democratic. Established as a weekly 
1796; changed to daily, 1876. Moffat & 
Tucker, proprietors; Almet S. Moffat, editor 
and manager. Subscription, $5; claimed cir- 
culation, 3,100; 4 pages, 9 columns; length 
of columns, 26 inches; width, 2% Inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.50, 
one week, $3.75; one year, $35. One month, 
20 per cent of yearly rate; three months, 
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Classified ads, 1 cent a word. Local notices 
in brevier, 12% cents a line; 6 to 12 days, 8 
cents a line per time. 



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BOLLETTINO BELLA SERA. Every 
evening except Sunday, and L'lTALIANO 
IN AMERICA, Sundays. Italian. Frugone 
& Balletto, publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$4; Sunday, $1; claimed circulation 30,000; 4 
pages, 26x43. Office, 178 Park Row. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 5 cents a 
line; by the month, $4 an inch. 

COMMERCIAL. Every morning except 
Sunday and holidays. Commercial. Finan- 
cial. Established 1795. D. O. Haynes & Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $8; claimed circu- 
lation, 25,000; 16 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 20% inches; width, 2& inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 396 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, run of paper, 15 
cents a line; financial page, 25 cents. Rail- 
road time tables, 15 cents a Hue; no "extra 
for cuts; varying discounts' for time. Read- 
ing notices, run of paper, 50 cents a line; 
first, editorial and financial pages, $1 a line. 
Financial advertisements, 25 cents a line 
with discount for more than 51 in'Sertions. 
Classified ads, 10 to 25 cents a line. 



COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. Every 
evening except Sunday. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1797. Commercial Advertiser Asso- 
ciation, publishers. Subscription, $6; esti- 
mated circulation, 21,000; 12 to 36 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21% Inches; 
width, 214 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
187 Broadway and 5-7 Dey street. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents per agate line; 
financial page, 30 cents; editorial page, 40 
cents; second, third, last page opposite edi- 
torial, or other special pages, 25 cents. 
No extra charge for double columns, 28 
lines deep and over. Under 28 lines, 50 per 
cent extra. No extra charge for acceptable 
cuts. Reading notices, agate, leaded, 75 
cents, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 per line; special 
position following and next reading matter, 
50 per cent extra. Top column alone, 
double rates. Discount for daily or E. O. D., 
25 per cent for one year. Same discount for 
100 lines each week for one year. Space dis- 
counts for 1,000 lines and up. 

COURRIER DBS ETATS-UNIS. Every 
morning and WEEKLY, Saturdays. French. 
Independent. Established 1828. H. P. Sam- 
pers & Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$12.60; estimated circulation, 12,000. Sunday, 
$2.50; estimated circulation, 26,000; weekly, 
$5.20; estimated circulation, 28,000; daily, 4 
pages (Sunday, 8 pages), 6 columns; weekly, 
4 columns; length of columns, daily, 21% 
inches; weekly, 14% inches; width, 2 7-ltt 
inches. Office, 195 Fulton street. 

Advertising rates, daily, Including Sunday, 
minion, one time, 12 cents; one week, 60 
cents; one month, $1.25; three months, $3; 
six months, $5; one year, $9 per line. Three 
times a week, one month, 75 cents; three 
months, $1.85; one year, $5.35 per line. Spe- 



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cial notices. 25 cents daily. 35 cents Sun- 
days, per line per time. Reading notices, 
daily, 50 cents; Sunday, 75 cents. Sunday 
only, one time, 15 cents; one month, 50 cents; 
three months, $1.25; six months, $2.15; one 
year, $3 per line. Weekly, one time, 25 
cents; one month, 60 cents; three months, 
$1.50; six months, $2.50; one year, $4 per line. 
Special notices, 50 cents per line each In- 
sertion. Reading notices, $1 per line. Ad- 
vertisements of less than six lines charged 
as If occupying that space. 

DAS ABEND BLATT. Every afternoon 
except Sunday, and ARBEITER ZEITUNG, 
Sundays. Hebrew. Labor. Established 
1895. Arbeiter Zeitung Publishing Associa- 
tion, publishers. Subscription, dally, $3; 
estimated circulation, 10,000; Sundays 75 
cents; estimated circulation, 12,000; daily, 6 
to 8 pages; Sunday, 8 pages: length of col- 
umns, 20% inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Office, 
9 Rutgers street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line; 
7 times, 4 cents; 14 times, 3% cents; 30 
times, 3 cents; 90 times, 2% cents; 180 times, 
214 cents; 360 times, 2 cents per line per 
time. Reading notices, 10 cents a line. 

EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Established 1896. W. R. 
Hearst, proprietor. Subscription, $3; esti- 
mated circulation, 500,000; 8 to 16 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2 1-7 inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice, 162 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, agate, run of paper, 
50 cents; next reading matter, 55 cents; 
next to and following reading matter, 60 
cents a line. No advertisements on editorial 
or first page. Reading notices on any page 
except editorial or first page, $1.50 a line, 
agate measure. Discounts for time and 
amount are allowed on ads of 28 lines or 
over. No extra for cuts or display or broken 
columns, except 50 per cent extra on double 
column advertisements of less than 3 inches 
double or on triple column, less than 75 lines 
deep. 

See advertisement on page 464. 

EVENING POST. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1801. 
New York Evening Post Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, $9; sworn average circulation 
for three months ending March 31, 190i. 
24,160*; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 20% inches; width, 2 3-16 inches. 
Can use matrices., Office, 210 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, inside pages, 20 
cents; second, third and last pages, 25 cents; 
financial pages, 30 cents; page facing edi- 
torial. 30 cents. Special notices, 30 cents; 
editorial page, 40 cents per line each inser- 
tion. Reading notices, leaded agate, with 
advertisement affixed, 75 cents per line, 
count; $1 per line on second, third, last, 
financial, or facing editorial; editorial page, 
$2.50; first page, $2; special position, double 
price. Discount, 25 per cent for standing 
cards every day or E. O. D. one year. Also 
other discounts. 



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EVENING SUN. Every evening except 
Sunday. Established 1887. William M. 
Lallan, publisher. Subscription, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 100,000; 10 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
244 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 166-170 
Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, ordinary, 30 cents a 
line. Classified, agents wanted, 25 cents a 
line. Bankers and Brokers, Financial and 
Dividend ads, 20 cents; Business Chances, 
15 cents; Medical (no display or cuts), 30 
cents; New Publications, 15 cents. Display 
under classified headings, 30 cents a line 
for entire adv excepting Financial, Bank- 
ers and Brokers, Dividend and New Pub- 
lications, for which no extra charge is made. 
Special notices after marriages and deaths, 
40 cents. Business notices before niarriaiges 
and deaths, 50 cents. Banking and finan- 
cial, 50 cents. Reading notices, $1 a line; 
first or editorial pages, $1.50 a line. No ex- 
tra for cuts. Publish also the SUN. 

See advertisement on page 374. 

EVENING TELEGRAM. Every evening 
except Sunday. Independent. Established 
1867. The Evening Telegram, publishers. 
Subscription, $2.50; claimed average circula- 
tion for three months ending March 31, 1901, 
121,138; 6 pages, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20% inches; width, 25-14 inches. Can 
use matrices. Offices, Herald Square. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line; 
preferred position, next reading matter, 30 
cents; full position, 35 cents a line; last 
page, 30 cents; first and editorial pages, 50 
cents. Special rate for Bicycle and Sport- 
ing Goods, 20 cents; New Publications, 15 
cents; Summer and Winter Resorts, 15 
cents. No discounts from these special dis- 
play rates. Classified, 1 cent a word each 
insertion. Reading 1 notices, $1 and $2 a line. 
No extra charge for cuts or display. Dis- 
counts, 2% per cent on 2,500 lines used 
within one year; 5 per cent on 52 times, or 
5,000 lines; 7% per cent on 7,500 lines; 10 
per cent on 104 times, or 10,000 lines; 12% 
per cent on 12,500 lines; 15 per cent on 156 
times, or 15,000 lines; 17% per cent on 17,500 
lines; 20 per cent on 312 times, or 20,000 lines. 

EVENING WORLD. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Established 1887. Press Pub- 
lishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, $3.50; 
claimed circulation, 405,000; 8 to 16 pages, 8 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2 1-12 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, Pulitzer Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, ordinary, 40 cents 
a line; last page, 45 cents. Medical, 60 cents 
a line. Business or special notices, opposite 
editorial page, 60 cents a line. Reading no- 
tices, first page, $2.50 a line; inside pages, 
$1.50 a line; no extra charge for cuts, borders 
or acceptable, display, or for breaking col- 
umn rule, except on double-column adver- 
tisements less than 25 lines in depth, which 
are 50 per cent extra. No time discounts, 
but discounts allowed on amounts of $5,000 
or over used in twelve months. Issue also 
the WORLD, and WORLD MONTHLY, 
which see. 

10 



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HERALD. Every morning. Independent. 
Established 1835. James Gordon Bennett, 
proprietor. Subscription, $10; estimated cir- 
culation, 120,000; Sunday issue $2; estimated 
circulation, 245,000; daily, 12 to 16 pages; 
Sunday, 64 to 76 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 20% inches; width, ZYt inches. 
Can use matrices. Offices, Herald Square 
and 23 Park Row. 

Advertising rates, daily, per agate line, 
each insertion, ordinary, 45 cents. Personals, 
week-days, 50 cents; Sunday, 60 cents. Cable 
page notices, 80 cents. Business opportuni- 
ties, 40 cents; Financial, 40 cents; Medical, 
50 cents; Real Estate, week-days, 25 cents; 
Sundays, 30 cents. Help wanted, 10 cents a 
Ime. Special notices, 50 cents. Double col- 
umn advertisements, half column deep, taken 
for cost of one full column. Where outline 
type for cuts are used, regular extra line 
rate for display must be charged. No ex- 
tra charge for omitting column rules. 
Double column advertisements must be at 
least 50 lines deep. 

HEROLD.-(See Zeitung.) 



IL PROGRESSO ITALO-AMERICANO.- 
Every morning except Monday. Italian. 
Independent. Established 1879. Subscrip- 
tion, $8; claimed circulation, 26,000; 8 pages 
(Sunday, 8 pages), 9 columns; length of col- 
umns, 26% inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Office, 
42 Duane street. 

Advertising rates, 5 lines, one time, 85 
cents; Sunday issue, 96 cents. Discounts on 
repeated insertions. 1 inch, one month, $15; 
three months, $35; six months, $30; one 
year, $100; 1 inch double column, one month, 
$25; three months, $60; six months, $100; one 
year, $160. 



JEWISH HERALD. Every evening. He- 
brew. Established 1897. Mintz, Brody & 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; estimated 
circulation, 32,000; 8 pages. Can use ma- 
trices. Office. 132 Canal street. 



. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
,000 lines, 7 cents; 5,000 
lines, 5 cents a line. 



, 
lines, 6 cents; 10,000 



, . 

Issue also the VOLKSADVOCAT, weekly, 
Advertising rates, 15 cents a line; 1,000 lines, 
7 cents. 



JEWISH NEWS. Every evening except 
Saturday, SUNDAY MORNING and JEW- 
ISH GAZETTE, Fridaysi Jewish and En- 
glish Independent. Established 1874, Sara- 
sohn & Son, publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$4; weekly, $2.50; guaranteed average circula- 
tion, daily, 40,149*; weekly, 25,000. Can use 
matrices. Office, 185 East Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 10 cents a 
line; 6 times or 500 lines, 9 cents; 13 times, 
or 300 lines, 8 cents; 26 times, or 5,000 lines, 
7% cents; 52 times, or 10,000 lines, 7 cents; 
156 times, 5% cents; 312 times, 5 cents. 
Classified ads, 1 cent a word. Reading no- 
tices, 50 cents a line, agate; 500 lines in 
three months, 40 cents a line. Weekly, 15 
cents a line, with discounts. 



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JOURNAL AND ADVERTISER. Every 
morning. Independent. Established 1882. 
W. R. Hearst, proprietor. Subscription, in- 
cluding Sunday, $5; claimed circulation, 300,- 
000 (Sunday, 650,000); 16 pages (Sunday, 76); 
7 columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 21-7 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 162 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, agate, week-days, BO 
cents a line; next to reading matter, 65 
cents; next to and following reading matter, 
60 cents. No display advertisements on 
first, editorial or last page. Reading no- 
tices, any page except editorial or first, 
$1.50 a line; agate measure. Discounts for 
time and space are allowed on ads of 28 
lines or over. No extra for cuts or displ 
broken columns charges same as EVENI 
JOURNAL, which see. 

Rates for SUNDAY ISSUE, main sheet, 
55 cents; supplements, 50 cents; next to 
reading matter, main sheet, 60 cents; next 
to and following reading, 65 cents; same 
position on supplements respectively, 55 and 
60 cents. 

See advertisement on page 464. 



JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND COM- 
MERCIAL BULLETIN. Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday. Commercial. Established 
1827. Journal of Commerce and Commercial 
Bulletin (Incorporated), publishers. Sub- 
scription, $12; circulation, refused; 14 page*., 
7 columns; length of columns, 21*& inches, 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
19 Beaver street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line 
each insertion; financial and insurance, 26 
cents a line; situations wanted, 10 cents per 
line. Special notices, 30 cents per line. 
Reading notices, 50 cents and $1 a line. 
First page, double rates. 



L'ARALDO ITALIANO. Every morning 
except Monday. Italian. Established 1894. 
L'Araldo Italiano Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $6; estimated circulation, 15,000; 
4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20*4 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 71 Centre 
street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents a 
line. Special positions, 10 cents a line extra. 
Ads set in reading style and next reading 
matter, double display rates. Discounts, 36 
lines or over, three months, 5 per cent; six 
months, 10 per cent; one year, 12 per cent. 
Sunday, 15 cents a line. 

LIST T. Every morning except Sunday, 
and NEDELNI LISTY, Sunday. Bohemian. 
Established 1875. V. W. Woytisek, publisher. 
Four pages, (Sunday, 16 pages); daily, 8 
columns; Sunday 5 columns; length of col- 
umns, daily, 25 inches; Sunday, 18 inches; 
width, 23-16 inches. Subscription, daily, $7; 
Sunday alone, $2.50; estimated circulation, 
dally, 5,000 (Sunday, 6,000). Office, 1397 Avt 
nue A. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, three months, 
$10; 1 inch, one month, $5; 1 inch, one time, 
75 cents. Classified ads, 15 cents a line one 



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time; subsequent insertions, 5 cents. Read- 
Ing notices, 20 cents a line one time; subse- 
quent iusertions, 10 cents a line. Discounts 
on long time contracts. 

MAIL AND EXPRESS. Every evening 
except Sunday. Republican. Established 
1836. Subscription, $7; decline to give cir- 
culation; 12 to 24 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 20% inches; width, 22-7 inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 203 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 20 cents; 
last page, or second, third, woman's or so- 
cial pages, 25 cents; opposite editorial, and 
financial, 30 cents. Dramatic, page, 50 cents; 
editorial page, 50 cents; first page, 75 cents. 
No extra charge for display or acceptable 
cuts, nor on double column advertisements 
except that double column advertisements 
less than 28 lines deep are 50 per cent extra. 
Selected positions, double price. Reading 
notices, editorial page, $2; first page, $1.50; 
second, third, financial, last page, and page 
opposite editorial, $1; run of paper 75 centb. 
Time and space discounts are allowed. 



MORGEN JOURNAL. Every morning. 
German. Independent Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1890. W. R. Hearst, proprietor; M 
S. Cohen, manager. Subscription, $3; Sun- 
day issue only, $2.50; claimed circulation, 
daily, 55,000; Sundays, 65,000; week-days, 6 
to 8 pages; Sunday. 48 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 19% inches; width, 21-6 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, Printing 
House Square. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily or Sunday, 
ordinary, 15 cents a line; medical, 20 cents a 
line. Discount, 20 per cent on 5,000 lines; 
33 1-3 per cent on 10,000 lines. Advertise- 
ments from the JOURNAL may be repeated 
same day in MORGEN JOURNAL at 12 
cents a line. Classified ads, 15, 20 and 25 
cents a line. No extra charge for cuts or 
double column, except when latter is less 
than 35 lines deep. Special rates on E. O. D. 
Reading notices, daily and Sunday, first 
page, $1; second and third page, dally, 60 
cents; fifth and sixth pages, 40 cents. 



MORNING TELEGRAPH. Every morn- 
ing. Established 1896. Daily Telegraph Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $12; Sun- 
day. $2; claimed circulation, dally, 33,000; 
Sunday, 76,260; daily, 12 pages {Sundays, 28 
pages or more), 6 columns; length of col- 
umns, 19% inches; width, 2*4 inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 116 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
amusements, 35 cents a line; financial state- 
ments, 25 cents; turf notices, 40 cents; rac- 
ing information, 20 cents; reading notices, 
50 cents a line. Discounts on display, 1,000 
lines, 10 per cent; 2,500 lines, 20 per cent; 
5,000 lines, 40 per cent; 10,000 lines, 50 per 
cent. Time discounts, in addition to space 
discounts; on 1, 2 or 3 times a week for 
12 months, 10 per cent; on daily insertions 
for 12 months, 20 per cent. Sunday issue, 
14 extra. 

See advertisement on page 390. 



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NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SUNDAY NEWS, Sunday. Democratic. 
Established 1857. New York News Publish- 
ing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily, 
including Sunday, $4; estimated circu- 
lation, 200,000 (Sunday, 130,000); daily, 6 
pages; Sunday, 16 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Ofiice, 32 Park Row. 

Advertising rates, daily, per line, agate, 40 
cents; line discounts as follows: 5 per cent 
on 1,000 lines; 7% per cent on 2,000 lines'; 10 
per cent on 5,000 -lines; 12% per cent on 7,500 
lines; 15 per cent on 10,000 lines; 20 per cent 
on 15,000 lines; time discounts, daily or 
E. O. D., three months, 10 per cent; six 
months, 15 per cent; one year, 20 per cent. 
Agents wanted, 40 cents a line daily or 
Sunday. Reading notices, nonpareil, sixth 
page, 60 cents; fifth page, 50 cents; 
second or third page, $1. 
notices, 50 per cent extra. 



Leaded reading 



PRESS. Every morning. Republican. 
Established 1888. New York Press Co. 
(Limited), publishers. Subscription, daily, 
with Sunday, $6.50; claimed circulation, 115,- 
000; 10 pages' (Sunday, 30 to 36 pages), 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 38 
Park Row. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, ordinary, 
30 cents per line each insertion. No extra 
charge for cuts or broken, columns, 28 lines 
deep and over. Classified, 10 and 15 cents 
a line; financial, 15 and 25 cents a line. 
Reading notices, run of paper, $1 a line; 
editorial and< first page, $1.50. Discounts, 
10 per cent on three times a week for six 
months, 20 per cent on one year, or 10 per 
cent on 5,000 lines; 15 per cent on 10,000 
lines; 20 per cent on 20,000 lines. Guaran- 
teed position, 20 per cent extra. Also issues 
a weekly edition. Advertising rates, 10 
cents a line. 

STAATS ZEITUNG. E very morning. 
EVENING STAATS ZEITUNG, every even- 
ing except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wed- 
nesday. German. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1834. New Yorker Staats Zeitung, 
publishers. Subscription, morning, daily, 
$6; evening, $3.50; claimed circulation, morn- 
ing, 49,000; evening, estimated, 34,000; Sun- 
day, $1.50; estimated circulation, 68,000; 
weekly $1.50; estimated circulation, 30,000; 
8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
21 inches; width, 2* inches. Office, Tryou 
Row. 

Advertising rates, daily, not including 
Sunday, agate, 22y 2 cents. Classified, set 
solid., without display, 15 cents first time; 
subsequent insertions, 5 cents; one week, 
40 cents; two weeks, 80 cents; one month, 
$1.60; three months, $4.80; six months', $8; 
one year, $15 per line; outside page, each 
time, 30 cents per line. All displayed adver- 
tisements 50 per cent extra above classified 
rates, and advertisements containing cut 
or type larger than two lines are double 
rates of displayed matter. Special notices, 
30 cents; medical, 40 cents'. Business no- 
tices, 40 cents; medical, 50 cents. Reading 
notices, $1 to $2 per line. Double column, 



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$1 per double column line. Sunday, same 
rate as for one week day, but no discounts 
for time or space. Weekly, 25 cents per 
line, per timo. Nothing less than three 
lines in daily. Sunday' or weekly. Solid 
cuts required. 

SUN. Every morning. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1833. William M. Laffan, publish- 
er. Subscription, morning edition, $6 (in- 
cluding Sunday, $8); estimated circulation, 



ag s ________ 

80,000 (Sunday, "i20,'000);" daily, 10 to~12 pages, 

' T ; 

Can use matrices. Office, 166-170 Nassau st. 



pa& 

Sunday 30 to' 36 pages, 7 "columns; length 
of columns, 2114 inches; width, 2% inches. 



Advertising rates, 40 cents per line, agate, 
each insertion. Classified, agents wanted, 25 
cents a line; bankers and orokers (no extra 
charge for cuts or display), 40 cents; busi- 
ness chances, 30 cents; colleges and schools 
{no extra charge for cuts or display), 20 
cents; financial and dividend (no extra 
charge for cuts or display), 40 cents; for 
sale 30 cents; medical, 40 cents; new pub- 
lications (no extra, charge for cuts or dis- 
play), 25 cents. Special notices, 50 cents. 
Business notices, 75 cents. Reading notices 
marked advertisement, first or editorial 
page, $2.50; other pages, $1.50. Banking and 
financial (after money article), 75 cents. 
Cuts, large type and double columns, double 
price. 

Issue also the EVENING SUN, which see. 

See advertisement on page 374. 

TIMES. Every morning. Independent. 
Established 1851. Subscription, daily, in- 
cluding Sunday, $7.50; without Sunday. $6; 
Saturday book and art review, $1; 16 pages 
(Sunday, 30 pages); claimed circulation over 
100,000; 7 columns; length of columns, 21V4 
inches; width, 2% inches. Oan use mai- 
rices. Office, Times Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, ordinary, 30 
cents per line, each insertion; any desig- 
nated inside pages, 35 cents a line; oppo- 
site editorial page, 50 cents a line; last 
page or title page of sections, 40 cents; 
financial, 40 cents a line; no extra charge 
for cuts, broken columns or display. Read- 
ing notices, first page, $2.50; inside pages, 
$1.50; preferred pages, $2. 

Review of Books and Art (Saturday sup- 
plement), 30 cents per line; preferred pages, 
35 cents; opposite editorial page, 60 cents; 
no extra charge for display type or broken 
columns; 10 per cent discount on 52 inser- 
tions of 10 lines or more. 

Financial Review (Monday supplement), 
40 cents per line; 10 per cent discount on 
52 insertions of 10 lines or more. 

TRIBUNE. Every morning, TRI-WEEK- 
LY, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. 
Established 1841. Tribune Association, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $8; with Sun- 
day, $10; claimed circulation, 70,000 (Sun- 
day, 80,000); tri-weekly, $1.50; claimed cir- 
culation, 30.000; weekly, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 150,000; daily, 16 pages; Suriday. 
28 pages or more, with extra supplement, 6 
columns; tri-weekly, 6 pages, and weekly, 
20 and 24 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 



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umns, daily 22 inches; tri-weekly 22; weekly 
16 inches?; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office. Tribune Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily and Sun- 
day, &> cents a line; outside pages, 45 cents. 
Special notices, facing editorial page, (no 
display used). 40 cents. Business notices, 
editorial page, 60 cents'. Announcements. 60 
cents; agate notices before marriages, $1 ; 
nonpareil notices, $2 per line, each in- 
sertion; real estate, etc., classified and un- 
displayed, 25 cents per line. Tri-weekly. 
per week (three insertions), 25 cents; 10 



r cent discount on six months, or longer, 
leading notices, 75 cents and $1 a line. 



Weekly, 65 cents per line; one month, 
cents; three months, 55 cents; one year, 50 
cents. 100 lines to be used in three months, 
60 cents a line; 250 lines, 55 cents; 1,000 
lines or more within one year, 50 cents a 
line. Strictly agricultural advertisements, 
50 cents a line, each insertion. Reading no- 
tices, $1 per line, agate. No extra charge 
for cuts, etc., in tri-weekly or weekly. 

VOLKSZEITUNG. Every morning and 
VORWAERTS, Saturdays. German. So- 
cialistic. Established 1878. Socialistic. Co- 
operative Publishing Association, publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $6; claimed circu- 
lation, 18,000; Sunday, $2; claimed circu- 
lation, 22,000; weekly, $1; claimed circula- 
tion. 8,000; weekly, 8 pages; Sunday, 16 
pages. 8 columns; -length of columns, 23 
inches; width, 2y a inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 184 Williams street. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, one 
time, 10 cents; three times, 25 cents: six 
times, 40 cents; one month, $1.25; three 
months, $3.50; six months, $6.50; one year, 
$12 per line. Sunday, 15 cents per line, one 
time; one month, 50 cents; three months, 
$1,25; six months, $2.25; one year, $4. Week- 
ly, per line, one time, 10 cents; per inch, 
$25 per year. Business notices, per line, 
daily, 50 cents; Sunday, 50 cents; weekly, 
25 cents. Also publishes "THE WORKER," 
English weekly edition. 

WALL STREET DAILY NEWS. Every 
morning except Sunday. Financial and com- 
mercial and Insurance. Established 1879. 
E. Martin Black, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription, $5; claimed circulation, 11,700; 
4 pages, 4 columns'; length, of columns, 11% 
inches, width, 2^, inches. Office, 49 Ex- 
change Place. 

Advertising rates, agatei per line, third 
page, 25 cents; second page. 50 cents. Read- 
ing notices, marked- advertisement, 75 cents 
per line. 

WALL STREET JOURNAL. E very 

morning, except Sunday. Financial. Es- 
tablished 1883. Dow, Jones & Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $8; estimated circula- 
tion, 5,500; 6 pages; length of columns, 22% 
inches; width, 35-16 inches. Office, 42-44 
Broad street. 

Advertising rates, including both morn- 
ing and evening editions, agate, 20 cents a 
line, per time for financial advertising; 10 
cents a line, for general or commercial 
advertising. Yearly contract, $1.25 a line, 



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per month. E. O. D., 62% cents. Minimum 
size of advs. on contract, 10 lines. 



WORLD. Every morning, and THRICE 
A WEEK WORLD, Mondays, Wednesdays 
and Fridays. Democratic. Established 1860. 
Press Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, morning iissue, with Sunday, $8.50; 
claimed circulation, daily, 275,000; Sundays, 
467,000. Thrice A Week, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 135,000 per issue (400,000 per week). 
Daily, 12 to 16 pages; Sunday, 64 pages or 
more; Thrice A Week, 8 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 21-12 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, Pulitzer 
Building. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, ordinary, 
run of paper, 40 cents; page facing editorial 
or last page main sheet, 45 cents a line; 
Sunday, run of paper, 40 cents; first pages 
of supplement, 45 cents; page facing edi- 
torial, or last page main sheet, 50 cents; 
other pages of main sheet, 45 cents a line. 
No extra for cuts, borders or display, or 
broken columns, except for latter on ad- 
vertisements less than 25 lines deep. Pre- 
ferred position 10 cents a line extra. Busi- 
ness or special notices, 60 cents. Read- 
ing notices, week days, $1.50 to $2.50 a line; 
advertising items (opp. ed. page), $1 a line; 
Sundays, $1.50 to $3.00 a line. Thrice A 
Week, three insertions a week for 60 cents 
a line; if "copy" is changed 75 cents per 
week. Reading notices, $1: first page, $1.50. 
Discount allowed for long time and for 

EI Also 'publishes EVENING WORLD and 
WORLD MONTHLY, which see. 

ZEITUNG. Every morning except Sun- 
day, HEROLD, every evening except Sun- 
day, amd REVUE, Sundays. German. In- 
dependent. Established 1846. New Yorker 
Keitung Printing and Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, morning issue, $3; 
estimated circulation, 40,000; Sunday, $2.50; 
claimed circulation, 73,000; evening issue. $3; 
claimed circulation, 52,000. Daily, 6 to 8 
pages; Sunday, 24 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 17% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 24 North William 
street. 

Advertising rates, display, either dally, 
agate, one time, 15 cents a line; ZEITUNG, 
per line, six times, 40 cents; one month, 
$1.20; three months $3; six months, $5; one 
year, $9. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates. HER- 
OLD, per line, six times, 40 cents; one 
month, $1.50; three months, $4; six months, 
$7; one year, $12. E, O. D., 2-3 daily rates. 
REVUE, per line, one time, 15 cents; four 
times, 50 cents; three months $1.30; six 
months, $2.50; one year, $4.50; 50 per cent 
extra In either paper for position, cuts or 
extra display. Combination rates for the 
three papers, one line, one month, $3; three 
month, $7.50; six months, $12.50; one year, 
$22.50. Extra for change of matter, position 
or extra display. 

AMERIKAI NEMZETOR, Every Mon- 
day and Thursday. Hungarian. Independ- 
ent. Mrs. Gustav Sz Erdelyi, publisher. 



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Subscription. $3; estimated circulation, 5,500; 
8 pages, 16x22. 
Advertising rates on application. 

ATLANTIS. Every Monday and Thurs- 
day. Greek. Literary and political. Es- 
tablished 1894. D. J. Vlasto, publisher. Sub- 
scription, '$3; estimated circulation, 6,500; 12 
pages. Office, 2-4 Stone street. 

Advertising rates, $35 per inch, per year; 
double column, one inch, $60 a; year. Fur- 
ther rates on application. 

SLOVAK V AMERIKA. Semi-Weekly, 
Tuesdays and Fridays. Slavonic. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1889. John Spevak, pub- 
lisher. Subscription. $2; claimed circulation, 
10,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
189 East Second street. 

Advertising rates, in one issue, one Inch, 
one time, $1; one month, $3; three months, 
$7; six months. $12; one year, $20; three 
inches, three months, $20; one year, $50. 
Classified, 30 words or less. 50 cents, one 
time; $1 for three times. Reading notices, 
20 cents a line; six lines, $1. 50 per cent 
additional in both Issues. 

ADVERTISING PLATE CO. See adver- 
tisement on page 424. 

AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST. E very 
Saturday. Agricultural. Established 1847. 
Orange Judd Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$1; sworn average circulation, for three 
months, ending March 31, 1901, 87.046*; 24 to 
32 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10% 
Inches: width, 2% inches. Office, 52 Lafay- 
ette Place. 

Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents a line; 
250 lines, 54 cents: 500 lines. 48 cents, 750 
lines, 45 cents; 1,000 lines, 42 cents; .yearly 
orders for one Inch or over, 45 cents a line 
per time; two inches, or more, 42 cents, 
Reading notices. $1.20 a line. The AMERI- 
CAN AGRICULTURIST issues three edi- 
tions, Middle States edition at New York, 
Western Edition at Chicago (known as the 
ORANGE JUDD FARMER), and the East- 
ern Edition at Springfield, Mass, (known as 
the NEW ENGLAND HOMESTEAD. Com- 
bined- guaranteed circulation, 198,017. Com- 
bined rates, for three publications. $1.25 per 
line; 250 Unes. $1.12^ a line; 500 lines, $T 
per line: 750 lines, 93% cents per line; 1.000 
lines, 87% cents per line. One inch or more 
on yearly contracts, 93% cents a line; two 
inches or more, 87% cents. Reading notices, 
$2.25 ai line. 

AMERICAN DAIRYMAN. Everv Thurs- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1877. J. E. 
Clark, publisher. Subscription, $1.50: es- 
timated circulation, 15,000; 8 pages, 31x14. 
Office, 19 Park Place. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents a 
line, with discount on 200 lines or more. 



AMERICAN ECONOMIST. Every Friday. 
Economic. Established 1888. Americnn Pro- 
tective Tariff League, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion $2; claimed circulation, 11,000; 16 pages, 



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3 columns; length of columns. 10 inches; 
width, 21,4 inches. Office, 135 West 23rd st. 
Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $2; 
one month, $8; three months, $21; six 
months. $35; one year, $60; two Inches, one 
year, $110. 

AMERICAN GARDENING. Every Satur- 
day. Horticultural. Established 1846. James 
W. Withers, publisher. Subscription, $1.50,- 
guaranteed circulation, 20,000; 20 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 10% Inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close Wednesdays. 
Office, 136 Liberty street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line; 
1.000 lines to be used In one year. 15 cents: 
three months, 20 cents; six months, 18 cents; 
twelve months, 16 cents a line per timf-. 
Reading notices, agate, 50 cents. 

AMERICAN HERALD. Every Monday. 
Jewish. Established 1879. Philip Cowen, 
publisher. Subscription, $3; claimed circu- 
lation. 14,000; 32 pages, 3 columns; length 
of coJumns, 10% inches; width, 2*4 inches. 
Can use matrices. Forms close Thursday, 
a. m. Office, 489 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates'. 15 cents a line, with 
liberal discounts'. Financial and Insurance, 
25 cents a line. Reading notices, 50 cents 
per agate line. 



AMERICAN HERALD. Every MoMd.iv 
Catholic. Established 1890. Michael Walsh. 
L.L. D., publisher. Subscription, $2.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 8,000; 8 pages, 7 columns: 
length of columns, 21 Inches; width, 2\ 
inches. Office, 32 Park Row. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents per agate line, 
three months, 15 cents; one year, 10 cents a 
line. Reading notices, 50 cents per line. 

AMERICAN TYPE~FOUNDERS CO.- 
See advertisement on page 385. 

AMERIKANISCHE SCHWEIZER ZEI- 
TUNG. Every Saturday. German. Swiss. 
Independent. Established 1868. Swiss Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation. 15,000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 Inches; width. 
2V inches. Can use matrices. Office, 62-64 
Trinity Place. 

Advertising rates, one line, nonpareil, 20 
cents. Special notices, 30 cents; one inch, 
one time, $2; subsequent insertions, $1; one 
inch, three months, $8; six months, $15; one 
year, $26. 

ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL.-Every 

Saturday. Military and Naval. Established 
1863. W. C. & F. P. Church, publishers. 
Subscription, $6; estimated circulation, 9.000; 
20 to 24 pages, 4 columns: length of columns, 
14 inches: width. 2*4 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 93 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, ^ne 
time. 25 cents: one month. 80 cents: tlirf" 
months, $2; six months, $3; one year, $!>; 
Reading notices, double above rates!. Edi- 
torial column, 40 cents a line, one time: one 
month, $1.25; three mopths, $3; six mouths, 
$5. 



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AUTOMOBILE TOPIOS.-Every Satur- 
day. Automobiles and Sports. Established 
1900. E. E. Schwarzkorf, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $4; claimed average circulation, 
5,000; 40 pages, 7x10. Forms close Mondays. 
Office, 2101 Park Row Building. 

Advertising rates, one inch, per Insertion, 
$5; % page, one time, $17.50; % page, $20; 
% page, $30; one page, $50; by the year, % 
page, per time, $7.50; Vi page, $10; % page, 
$15; one page, $25. 

BADISCHE LANDES-ZEITUNG. Every 
Saturday. German. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1890. M. Schneider & Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2.50; claimed circulation, 7,500; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 319 Pearl 
street. 

Advertising rates, $20 per inch per year. 

BELLETRISTISCHE JOURNAL.- Every 
Wednesday. German. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1852. H. E. Schneider & Co., pub- 
lishers.. Subscription, $4; estimated circu- 
lation. 20,000: 8 pages, 12x17. Office, 60 Hud- 
sou Street, Hoboken, N. J. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, $3 an inch; 
one month, $10; three months, $30; six 
months, $50; one year, $80. 

BICYCLING WORLD AND MOTOR- 
CYCLE REVIEW. Every Thursday. Es- 
tablished 1877. The Goodman Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $2; estimated circulation, 
8,000; 40 pages or more, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 10 inches; width, 2^4 inches. 
Forms close Mondays. Office, 123-125 Tri- 
bune Building. 

Advertising rates, one Inch, one time, $4; 
one month, $3.50; three months, $3; six 
months, $2.75; one year, $2.50 per inch, pei 
time; 2 inches, one time, $7; one month, 
$6; three months, $5.50; six months, $5; one 
year, $4 per time; % page, one time, $9; % 
page, $15; % page, $24; one page, $40. 

BILLSON, C. J. See advertisement on 

page 374. 

BRITISH AMERICAN. See Philadelphia, 
Fa. 

CATHOLIC NEWS. Every Saturday. 
Catholic. Established 1886. Catholic News 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
sworn circulation, exceeding 100,000; 20 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 15% 
Inches; width, 2% Inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 5 Barclay street. 

Advertising ratrs, agate, one time, 25 
cents per line. Reading notices, 50 cents. 
No discounts. 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Thurs- 
day. Methodist Episcopal. Established 1826. 
Methodist Book Concern, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2.50; claimed average circulation, 
for six months ending June 30. 1901, 42,853*; 
40 to 48 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 
11% inches; width. 23-16 inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 150 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line 
each insertion. Discounts, 10 per cent on 



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one month or 200 lines: 15 per cent on two 
months or 400 lines; 20 per cent on three 
months or 600 lines; 25 per cent on six 
months or 800 lines; 30 per cent on one year 
or 1.000 lines; 40 per cent on 2,000 lines. 
Reading notices, $1 per line, each Insertion, 
net. - 

CHRISTIAN HERALD.-Every Wednes- 
day. Evangelical. Established 1877. Louis 
Klopsch, publisher. Subscription, $1.50; 
guaranteed average circulation for year 
1900, 222,009*; 20 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 12 inches; width, 2% inches!. Office, 
Bible House. 

Abvertising rates, agate, $1,25 per line. 
Reading notices, nonpareil, $2.50 per line. 
Discounts, one month or 100 lines, 5 per 
cent; three months or 500 lines, 10 per cent; 
six months or 1,000 lines, 15 per cent; twelve 
months or 1,500 lines, 20 per cent Position 
one-fifth extra. 

CHRISTIAN INTELLIGENCER. Every 
Wednesday. Reformed Church. Established 
1829. Christian Intelligencer Association, 
publishers. Subscription, $2.65; claimed 
average circulation, 11,200; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 14 inches; width, 
2V* inches. Office, 4 and 6 Warren street. 

Advertising rates, aerate, per line, each 
Insertion, 20 cents; 250 lines used within 
three months, 18 cents; 'three months or 
500 lines, 15 cents; six months 1 or 1,000 lines, 
12 cents; one year or 2.000 lines used within 
three months, 10 cents. Business notices, 
25 cents per agate line for each insertion. 

CHRISTIAN NATION. Every Wednes- 
day. Only weekly of the Reformed Presby- 
terian Church. Established 1884. Christian 
Nation Publishing Co.. publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; estimated circulation, 10,000; 
16 to 24 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 11% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
Tribune Building. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 10 cents. 
Reading notices, 15 cents. 

CHRISTIAN WORK. Every Thursday. 
Evangelical. Established 1866. J. N. Hal- 
lock, editor and proprietor. Subscription, $3: 
claimed circulation. 25,000; 40 to 56 page, 3 
columns; length of columns, 11 inches; 
width, 2% inches^ Can use matrices. Office, 
Bible House. 

Advertising rates, agate, one time, 30 
cents. Discounts, one month or 333 lines, 
10 per cent; two months, 15 per cent; three 
months or 667 tines, 20 per cent; six months 
or 1,000 lines, 30 per cent; one year or 2,000 
lines, 35 per cent; 3,000 lines, 40 per cent. 
No adv. less than five lines taken. Special 
positions, 20 per cent extra. Reading no- 
tices, 60 cents a line. 

CHURCHMAN. Every Saturday. Protes- 
tant Episcopal. Established 1844. The 
Churchman Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$3.50; claimed circulation, exceeding 20,000; 
40 to 60 pages, 3 columns: length of columns, 
11% inches- width, 2% inches. Forms close 
Mondays. Office, 47 Lafayette Place. 



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Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line 
each Insertion; location, 40 cents. Reading 
notices, 50 cents a line, brevier or nonpareil, 
measured agate. Nothing less than $1 net 
each insprtion. Discounts, 10 per cent on 
one month, 15 per cent on two months, 20 
per cent on three months, or 1,000 lines: 
25 per cent on six months, or 2,000 lines; 30 
per cent on one year, or 3,000 lines. 

CITIZEN. Every Saturday. Society. Es- 
tablished 1881. New York Citizen Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2: estimated circu- 
lation. 7,000; 16 pages, 13x18. Office, 114 Nas- 
sau street. 

Advertising rates on, application. 

CLIPPER. Every Wednesday. Theatri- 
cal and sporting. Established 1853. The 
Frank Queen Publishing Co. (Limited), pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $4; claimed circula- 
tion, 26,000: 24 pages, 5 columns; length of 
columns'. 17 Inches'; width, 23-16 Inches. 
Office, 47 West 28th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line 
each insertion; 16 cents per line each In- 
sertion for ads running for three months and 
paid for in advance. 

COLLIER'S WEEKLY. Every Saturday. 
Literary. Illustrated. Established 1888. P. 
F. Collier & Son. publishers. Subscription, 
$5.20; guaranteed circulation, 260,000; 24 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13% 
'nones: width. 2%i inches. Office, 521 W. 
Thirteenth street. Forma close on Satur- 
day, two weeks previous to date of issue. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, $1.25. 
No discounts for time or space. Special 
rate for schools and colleges. Reading no- 
tices, $1.50 a line. 

DRAMATIC MIRROR. Every Saturday. 
Dramatic. Established 1879. Harrison Grey 
Fiske, publisher. Subscription, $4; estimat- 
ed circulation, 20,000: 28 pages, 4 columns 1 ; 
length of columns, 15% inches: width, 2% 
inches. Office. 1432 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, 18 cents per agate line; 
13 times, 17 cents; 2R times, 16 cents; one 
year, 15 cents. Reading notices, 50 cents 
a line. 

DRAMATIC NEWS . - Every Tuesday. 
Dramatic. Established 1881. Edwin S. Bet- 
telheim, editor. Subscription, $4; claimed 
circulation, 27.748: 24 to 28 pages, 4 columns: 
length of columns, 13% Inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 1441 
Broad'way. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line, 
each insertion. Reading notices, agate, $1 
per line; no preferred positions. Advertis- 
ing on pages containing reading matter, 
double rates. Discount only on contracts 
over three months. Professional card rates 
$50 a year. 

DRY GOODS ECONOMIST. Every Satur- 
day. Established 1846. Textile Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $5; claimed 
average circulation. 9,000; 60 pages, 4 col- 
umns: length of columns, 14 Inches; width, 
2^4 Inches. Office, 200 Green street. 



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Advertising rates, per inch, $3.50 per time; 
one-eight page, $18; one-fourth page, $35- 
one-half page, $60; one page, $120 each in- 
sertion; one inch. 3 months, $30; 6 months 
$50; one year, $90. E. O. W., one year, 6 
months rate. Reading notices, 50 cents a 
line. 

ECO D'lTALIA.-Every Thursday. Ital- 
ian. Independent. Established 1883. F. 
Toccl, publisher. Subscription, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,000; 8 pages 16x22. 
.Office. 87 Park street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

ELECTRICAL WORLD AND ENGINEER 

Every Saturday. Electrical science. Sub- 
scription, $3; claimed circulation, 12,000; 100 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 11 
Inches; width, 2 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 120 Liberty street. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 per inch. Fur- 
ther rates on application. 

EVANGELIST. Every Thursday. Pres- 
byterian. Established 1830. The Evangelist 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$3; estimated circulation, 12,000; 32 pages, 3 
columns: length of columns, 11% Inches; 
width, 2% inches 1 : Office, 156 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents a line; 
1.000 lines or more, 10 cents. Reading .no- 
tices 20 cents a line; 1,000 lines or more. 
15 cents. Classified ads, 10 cents a line net. 

EXAMINER. Every Thursday. Baptist. 
Established 1823. The Examiner Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription. $2; claimed average 
circulation, 24,500; 32 pages, 3 columns: 
length of columns. 11 inenes: width, 21-3 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 38 Park 
'Row. 

Advertising rates, agate, ordinary, 30 
cents. Special notices, 50 cents per line. 
Reading notices, $1 per minion line; if 
leaded, $1.50. Discounts: thirteen times, 20 
per cent; twenty-six times, 25 per cent; 
one year, 30 per cent. 

FAMILY STORY PAPER. Every Satur- 
day. Literary. Illustrated. Established 
1873. Norman L. Munro, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $3; estimated circulation, 150,000: 
8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns. 18 
Inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 24-26 Van- 
dewater street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line; 
Medical. 75 cents a line each insertion. 
Reading notices, 75 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 409. 

FIRESIDE COMPANION. Every Satur- 
day. Literary. Illustrated. Established 
1860. George Munro's Sons, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; estimated circulation, 150,000: 
8 pages. 5 columns; length of columns. 19 
inches; width, 2% Inches. Office, 17-27 Van- 
dewater street. 

Advertising rates, ordinary, per agate line, 
each insertion, 50 cents: discounts, 10 per 
cent on three months, 15 per cent on six 
months, 20 per cent on one year. Reading 
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FOREST AND STREAM. Every Satur- 
day. Sporting. Established 1871. Forest 
and Stream Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $4; estimated circulation, 15,000: 
36 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches; width, 2'/4 inches. Office, 346 Broad- 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, % inch, one 
time, $1.80; one month (five times). $5.75: 
three months, $11.70; six months, $19.70; one 
year, $30; larger space in proportion. 

FREEMAN'S JOURNAL AND CATHOLIC 
REGISTER. Every Saturday. Catholic. 
Established 1833. Rev. L. A. Lambert, edi- 
tor; A. B. Ford, publisher. Subscription. 
$2.50; claimed circulation. 50,000; 8 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns. 21 inches; 
width, 2^4 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
41 Barclay street. 

Advertising 1 rates, per agate line, 30 cents 
each Insertion. Reading notices, 50 cents. 
Special positions, extra. Discounts, 10 to 
33 1-3 per cent on 300 to 2,000 lines and 
over. 

FREISCHUTZ. Every Sunday. German. 
Humorous. Established 1866. W. V. Weber, 
publisher. Subscription. $2.50: estimated cir- 
culation. 10,000; 8 pages, 11x16. Office, 130 
East Houston street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

GOLDEN HOURS. Every Saturday. Lit- 
erary. Established 1884. Norman L. Mun- 
roe, publisher. Subscription, $2.50: estimated 
circulation, 50,000; 20 pages, 4 columns: 
length of columns, 12 inches: width, 2% 
Inches. Office, 24-26 Vandewater street. 

Advertising rates, agate. 50 cents per line 
for four insertions, or 200,000 circulation. 
No adv. taken for less than 4 times. Read- 
ing notices double price. 

GREAT ROUND WORLD. Every Thurs- 
day. Independent. Established 1896. Wm. 
C. Gates, publisher. Subscription, $2: esti- 
mated circulation. 22.000; 30 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns. 8 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 150 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, ngate, 20 cents a line; 
one page, $30; i/i and % pages, pro rate. No 
discounts for time or space. 

HAPPY DAYS. Every Friday. Fiction. 
Established 1894. Frank Tousey, publisher. 
Subscription, $2.50; estimated circulation, 
50,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 14% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
24 Union Square. 

Advertising rates, 40 cents per agate line. 

HARLEM LIFE. Every Saturday. Soci- 
ety. Established 1891. Harlem Life Publish- 
ing: Co., publishers. Millard J. Bloomer, 
editor. Subscription, $3: claimed circula- 
tion, 12,500; 20 pages, 3 columns: length 
of columns, 10% inches; width, 2^i inches. 
Can use matrices. Office. 81 East One-Hun- 
dred-and-twenty-flfth street. 

Advertising rates, agate. 22 cents a line 
(1 Inch, $3), per time. Reading notices, $1 a 



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line. Discounts: 5 per cent on three months: 
10 per cent on six months; 15 per cent on 
nine months; 20 per cent on one year. 

The following papers: THE BRONX 
BORO. YONKERS BLADE. SING SING 
COURIER. PEEKSKILL HOME JOUR- 
NAL. WEST CHESTER TIMES-CRITIC, 
NEW ROCHELLE LIFE, MOUNT VER- 
NON ECHOES and WHITE PLAINS 
WEEKLY, now consolidated with Harlem 
Life. 

HARPER'S WEEKLY. Every Saturday. 
Literary. Illustrated. Established 1857. 
Harper & Brothers, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $4; claimed circulation, 110,000; 24 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14% 
inches: width, 2 1 ,4 Inches. Forms close one 
week in advance. Office. Franklin Square. 

Advertising rates, aerate, $1. a line. Spe- 
cial reading notices, $2 per line. Discounts 
10, 15, 20 and 25 per cent on 6, 13, 26 and 
52 Insertions, respectively. 

HEBREW LEADER. Every Friday. Jew- 
ish. Established 1848. Hebrew Leader As- 
sociation, publishers. Subscription, $2; esti- 
mated circulation. 8,000; 8 pages, 6 columns: 
length of columns. 19% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 23 Duane street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line. 
Reading notices, 50 cents per line. 

HEBREW STANDARD. Every Friday. 
.Tewlsh. Democratic. Established 1882. Wil- 
liam J. Solomon, publisher. Subscription, 
S2; claimed circulation. 18.265; 12 pages, 
5 columns, length of columns, 15 inches, 
width, 2 1-6 inches. Office, 87 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a lino. 
Reading notices, 30 to 50 cents a line. Dis- 
counts on time contracts. 



ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS (Ameri- 
can Edition). Every Saturday. Illustrated. 
Established 1876. Subscription. $6; esti- 
mated circulation. 30.000: 40 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns. 15^4 inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close two weeks In ad- 
vance. Office, International News Co., 83 
Duane street. 

Advertising rates, agate. 50 cents per line. 
Discounts on 500 and 1,000 lines. 



ILLUSTRATED RECORD.-Every Satur- 
day. Sporting. Established 1892. H. .7. Bot- 
thof. publisher. Subscription. $2: estimated 
circulation, 50.000; 16 pages, 5 columns: 
lenerth of columns. 15% inches: width, 2% 
Inches. Office, William and Sprue* streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 35 cents a line. 
Medical. 50 cents a line; no discounts. Posi- 
tion, % extra. 

INDEPENDENT. Every Thursday. Unde- 
nominational. Established 1848. CInrence 
W. Bowen. publisher. Subscription, $2. De- 
cline to give circulation; 84 pages, octavo. 
Can use matrices. Office, 130 Fulton street. 

Advertising rates, agate, one time. 40 
cents: six months, 35 cents: one year. 30 
cents; 1,000 lines entitled to yearly rates. 



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IRISH AMERICAN. Every Saturday. 
Democratic. Established 1849. Lynch & 
Meehan, publishers. Subscription, $2.50; 
claimed circulation, 20,000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width. 
2 3-16 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 35 
Warren street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line. 
Special notices, 50 cents. Reading notices, 
$1 per line each insertion. 

IRISH WORLD. Every Saturday. Cath- 
olic. Independent. Established 1870. Patrick 
Ford, publisher. Subscription, $2.50; claimed 
circulation, 100,000; 12 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 41 Bar- 
clay street. 

Advertising rates, agate, ordinary, 30 cents 
a line. Summer and winter resorts, schools, 
and colleges, new books, pianos and organs, 
25 cents a line. Special positions, 20 per 
cent extra. Reading notices, 50 cents to 
$1.50 a line, agate, each insertion. 

IRON AGE. Every Thursday. Hardware. 
Machinery and Metal Trades. Established 
1855. David Williams Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $5; circulation, refused; 200 to 
250 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 11 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 232 Wil- 
liam street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch, one 
time, $3; one month, $11.25; three months, 
$26.25; six months, $45; one year, $75. 

JEWISH MESSENGER.-Every Friday. 
Jewish. Established 1857. Jewish Messen- 
ger Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; esti- 
mated circulation, 7,000: 12 to 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 14% Inches; 
width. 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
2 West Fourteenth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line, 
one month, per line, 15 cents; three months, 
12 cents; six months, 10 cents; one year, 
8 cents; per line each insertion. 



JUDGE. Every Saturday. Satirical. Il- 
lustrated. Established 1881. Subscription. 
$5; claimed circulation, 85,000; 16 pages, 3 
columns: length of columns, 12% Inches: 
width, 2*4 inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice, 110 5th avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 a line; 100 
lines, 90 cents; 500 lines, 80 cents: 1,000 lines, 
70 cents; 2,000 lines. 60 cents. Reading no- 
tices, $1 per agate line. 

See advertisement on page 379. 

KURYER NOWOJORSKI.-Every Wed- 
nesday. Polish. Democratic. Established 
1890. Joseph Janusz, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; estimated circulation. 7,500: 8 
pages, 18x24. Office, 76 East Seventh street. 

Advertising rates 50 cents an inch. 

LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY. 
Every Thursday. Literary. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1855. 'Subscription, $4; claimed cir- 
culation, 85,000: 20 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 14% inches; width, 2% Inches. 



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Can use matrices. Forms close Wednesday 
of preceding week. Office, 110 5th avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, each in- 
sertion, inside pages, 60 cents; outside pages, 
85 cents. Reading notices, $1 per line. Dis- 
counts; three months, or 500 lines, 10 per 
cent; six months, or 1,000 lines, 15 per cent; 
twelve months or 2,000 lines, 20 per cent. 

See advertisement on page 436. 

LIFE. Every Thursday. Humorous. Il- 
lustrated. Established 1882. Subscription. 
$5: claimed circulation, 50,000; 20 pages; 4 
columns: length of columns, 10 Inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close two weeks 
in advance. Office, 19 W. 31st street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 75 cents per line, 
each insertion. One page, $280. % and % 
pages pro rata. Discounts, 13 times, or 500 
lines, 10 per cent; 26 times, or 1,000 lines. 
20 per cent; 52 times, or 2,000 lines, 331-3 
per cent. Reading notices, minion, $1.50 a 
line. 

LITERARY DIGEST. Every Saturday. 
Review, etc. Established 1888. Funk & Wag- 
nails Co., publishers. Subscription, $3: 
guaranteed circulation, 100,000; 34 pages, 3 
columns: length of columns, 10 Inches; 
width, 214 Inches. Office, 30 Lafayette Place. 

Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 90 cents. Discounts: 4 times 
or 100 lines, 5 per cent; 8 times, or 250 lines. 
10 per cent; three months, or 500 lines, 15 
per cent; six months, or 700 lines, 20 per 
cent; one year, or 1,400 lines, 30 per cent. 

MEDICAL JOURNAL. Every Saturday. 
Medical. Established 1865. A. R. Elliott 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $5; 
claimed circulation, 13,000; 76 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 9 Inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 66 West Broadway. 

Advertising rates. 40 cents a line, agate; 
% page, one time, $12; one month, $40; three 
months. $75; one year, $225; *4 page, one 
time. $20; three months. $125; one year, $350; 
one page, one time, $60; three months, $350; 
one year, $1,000. 

MEDICAL NEWS. Every Saturday. Med- 
ical. Established 1843. Lea Brothers & Co., 
publishers. Subscrintion, $4; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 7,608; 40 to 48 page, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 9% inches; width, 
3% inches. Can use matrices. Also pub- 
lishes THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF 
THE MEDICAL SCIENCES, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Office. Ill Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, % page, one time, $5: 
one month. $20; three months, $55; six 
months. $95; one year, $140; % page, one 
time, $10; % page, $15; one page, $20. 

MEDICAL RECORD.-Every Saturday. 
Medical. Established 1866. Wm. Wood & 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $5; decline to 
quote circulation; 64 pages, 2 and 3 columns: 
lonarth of columns. 10 inches: width, 2 1 A 
inches. Office, 45 East 10th street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-10 column, 
C12 lines) 2 columns to a page, one time, $4: 
three months, $33; one year, $90; one col- 



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umn, one time. $30; three months, $200; one 
year $700, 1-10 column, 3 columns to page, 
one time, $3; three months, $25; one year, 
$75; % page across (15 lines) one time, $8; 
% page, $30; one page, $50. 

MUSICAL COURIER.-Every Wednesday. 
Musical. Established 1880. Musical Courier 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; claimed 
average circulation, 50,000; 40 pages, 3 and 
4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 21/4. Inches. Can use matrices. Forms 
close Monday noon preceding date of issue. 
Office, 26th street and Broadway. Also pub- 
lishes MUSICAL COURIER EXTRA, every 
Saturday. 

Advertising rates, Wednesday edition, 
agate, 50 cents a line; % page, per time, 
$100; Vz page, $175; one page, $300. No dis- 
counts for time or space except for musical 
cards for which special rates are given by 
the year. Saturday extra, agate, 20 cents 
a line; % page, $35; % page, $60; one page, 
$100. 

MY QUEEN. Every Saturday. Literary. 
Established 1900. Street & Smith, publish- 
ers. Subscription, $2.50; guaranteed circula- 
tion, 100,000; 16 pages and 4-page cover, 3 
columns: length of columns, 12% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 3 weeks in 
advance. Can use matrices. Office, 238 Wil- 
liam street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line. 
Minimum space, 5 lines. Discount, three 
months, 5 per cont; six months, 10 per 
cent; one year, 15 per cent. 

NACHRICHTEN AUS DEUTSCHLAND. 
Every Wednesday. German. Independent. 
Established 18G6. H. E. Schneider & Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $5: estimated cir- 
culation, 10,000; 16 pages, 13x17. Office, 60 
Hudson street, Hoboken, N. J. 

Advertising rates on application. 

NATION (The). Every Thursday. Inde- 
pendent. Estnblished 1865. Edward P. Call, 
for Evening Post Publishing Co., publish- 
er. Subscription, $3: claimed average cir- 
culation for year L>00, 7,387; 24 to 36 pages, 

3 columns: length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 2 3-16 inches. Office, 206-210 Broad- 
way. 

Advertising rates, agate, 16 cents per line 
each insertion; preferred positions, 1-5 extra. 
Discounts, one month, 5 per cent; three 
months, 12% per cent; six months, 15 per 
cent; one year, 25 per cent. Discounts on 
amounts, 10 to 33 1-3 per cent on $100 to 
$2,000. 

NATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE. Every 
Saturday. Illustrated. Established 1846. 
Richard K. Fox, publisher. Subscription, 
$4; estimated circulation, 150,000; 16 pages, 

4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2^4 inches. Forms close Thursdays. 
Office, Franklin Square and Dover street. 

Advertising rates, agate, one insertion, 75 
cents per line; thirteen insertions, 70 cents, 
twenty-six insertions, 65 cents; fifty -two in- 
sertions, 60 cents a line, per time. Cash 



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discounts: 4 insertions, 5 per cent; 3 months, 
10 per cent; C months. 15 per cent; one 
year, 25 per cent. Reading matter, $5 and 
$2 a line, with discounts. 

NORDSTJERNAN. Every Thursday. 
Swedish. Independent. Established 1870. 
II. Johansen, publisher. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 9,000; 12 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 108 
Park Row. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one inch, one month or over, 65 cents, 
per inch, per time; yearly contracts, 60 
cents an inch. 

NORTH AMERICAN WEEKLY. Every 
Wednesday. Fiction. Established 1886. 
Maurice Wolfer, publisher. Guaranteed 
average circulation for year 1900, 127,845;* 24 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close one week in advance. Office, 
338 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 
on y'early contracts, 25 cents a line, per 
time. Smallest space, 5 lines. 

OBSERVER. Every Thursday. Evangeli- 
cal. Established 1823. The New York Ob- 
server Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
estimated circulation, 20,000; 16 pages, 3 col- 
umns, length of columns, 11 inches; width, 
214 inches. Office, 156 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line 
each insertion. Discounts on orders In 6 
months; $50, 10 per cent; $100, 15 per cent; 
$200, iO per cent; $300, 25 per cent. Business 
notices, 40 cents per line each insertion. 
Special rates for hotels, colleges and schools. 

OUTLOOK. Every Saturday. Unsectar- 
ian. Established 1869. William B. How- 
land, publisher. Subscription, $3; claimed 
average circulation, 93.846*; 68 to 164 pages; 2 
columns; length of columns, 8 inches, width, 
2% inches. Forms close one week in ad- 
vance for weekly; two weeks in advance for 
monthly issue. Office, 287 Fourth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents a line, 
Vt page, $31.25; % pages, $62.50: one page, 
$125. 10 per cent discount on three pages; 
15 per cent on six pages; 20 per cent on 12 
p/i sres. 

The first issue in each month Is an Illus- 
trated magazine number. 

PFAISER IN AMERIKA. Every Satur- 
day. German. Established 1884. Voelcker 
Bros., publishers. Subscription, $2: esti- 
mated circulation, 7,000; 8 pages, 16x22. Of- 
fice, 42-44 Bond street. 

Advertising rates on application. 



PHARMACEUTICAL ERA. Every Thurs- 
day. Pharmaceutic. Established 1887. D. 
O. Haynes & Co., publishers. Estimated 
circulation, 20,000; 32 pages, 8x11. Office, 
396 Broadway. 



Advertising rates, $2 per inch; *4 page, 
page, $26; one page, $50. with dis- 
counts, 5, 10. 15 and 20 per cent on 1, 3, 6 



$14; % page, $26; one page, $50. with dis- 

15 and 20 per 
and 12 months, respectively. 



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PLATTDEUTSCHE POST. Every Satur- 
day. German. Independent. Established 
1883. M. Mansfeld, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; claimed average circulation, 16,875; 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, corner William and New 
Chambers streets. 

Advertising rates, one Inch one time, $2; 
one month, $5; three months, $10; six 
months. $15; one year, $25. Preferred posi- 
tion double. Reading notices, 40 cents per 
nonpareil line. 



PRINTERS' INK. E very Wednesday. 
Newspaper advertising. Established 1888. 
George P. Rowell & Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $5; claimed average circulation 
for year ending April 30, 1901, 13,546*; 48 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 6% 
inches; width, 26 ems, agate. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 10 Spruce street. 

Advertising rates, display, 50 cents a line, 
15 lines to the inch; one page, $100. Posi- 
tion, one-fourth extra. Classified advertise- 
ments, 25 cents a line. 



PUBLIC OPINION. Every Thursday. 
Established 1885. Haslitt Alva Cuppy, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $3; claimed circulation, 
37,000; 32 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 10 inches; width, 2^4 inches. Office, 
32 Waverly Place. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
No discounts for time or space. 

PUCK. E very Wednesday. Humorous. 
Illustrated. Established 1877. Keppler & 
Schwarzmann, publishers. Subscription, $5; 
estimated circulation, 85,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 11% inches; width. 
2^4 inches. Office, corner Houston and Mul- 
berry streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 per line each 
Insertion. Discounts, 50 lines, 5 per cent; 
100 lines, 7% per cent; 200 lines, 10 per cent; 
300 lines, 15 per cent; 500 lines. 20 per cent: 
1,000 lines, 25 per cent. Smallest space 3 
lines. 

RIDER AND DRIVER. Every Saturday. 
Established 1890. Samuel Walter Taylor, 
publisher. Subscription, $5; claimed average 
circulation, 25,000; 24 to 48 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns. 10 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Forms close Tuesdays. Office, 945 
Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line; 
thirteen insertions, 35 cents; twenty-six in- 
sertions, 30 cents; fifty -two insertions, 20 
cents a line per time. 



. 

day. Agricultural. Established 1842. Rural 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation. 60,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 14 inches; width, 
2 3-16 inches. Office, Chambers and Pearl 
streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, ordinary, 30 cents 
per line each insertion. Yearly orders of 
10 lines or more, or 1,000 lines to be used in 
a year. 25 cents per line. Reading notices, 
with "advertisement," per line, 75 cents. 



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SABBATH READING. Every Friday, 
Evangelical. Established 1876. John Dou- 
gall & Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; guaranteed circulation, 111,000; 16 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 11 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Forms close 10 days in advance. Of- 
fice, 150 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 
Discounts. 10 per cent on three months, 15 
per cent on six months, 20 per cent on one 
year. Smallest space, 5 lines. 

SCHOOL JOURNAL.-Saturday, 50 issues 
in a year. Educational. Established 1870. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion. $2.50; estimated circulation, 18,000; 24 
to 48 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 
11 inches; width. 2& inches. Office. 61 E. 
Ninth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 
Reading notices, brevier, 35 cents a line. 
Discounts, 10 per cent on three months, 15 
per cent on six months, 20 per cent on one 
year. 

SCHWAEBISCHES WOCHENBLATT. 
Every Wednesday. German. Established 
1876. Heerbrandt 'Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $2.50; estimated circula- 
tion, 10,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns. 19% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 54 Beekman street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents a 
line. Reading matter, 7% cents; one inch, 
one month, $2.50; three months, $7; six 
months, $13; one year, $25. 

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Every Thurs- 
day. Science and Mechanics. Illustrated. 
Established 1845. Munn & Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $3; estimated circulation, 47,- 
000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns. 
14 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 361 
Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, inside pages, 75 
cents, outside pages, $1; business and per- 
sonal $1 per line each insertion. Issue also 
Scientific American Supplement. Weekly. 
Subscription, $5. Scientific American Ex- 
port Edition. Monthly. Subscription, $5. 
Scientific American Building Edition. 
Monthly. Subscription, $2.50. La America 
Cientificate Industrial (Spanish Edition of 
The Scientific American). Monthly. Sub- 
scription, $3. Rates for these editions fur- 
nished on application. 

SCOTTISH AMERICAN. Every Wednes- 
day. Neutral. Established 1857. A. M. 
Stewart, publisher. Subscription, $3; esti- 
mated circulation, 15.000; 8 pages, 14x22. 
Office, 33 Rose street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

SEDIA ELETTRICCA. Every Sunday. 
Italian. Humorous. Established 1894. S. 
Granata publisher. Subscription, $2; guar- 
anteed circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 180-182 Worth street. . 

Advertising rates 50 cents an inch. 



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SHOOTING AND PISHING. Every 
Thursday. Established 1888. Shooting and 
Fishing Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3.50; estimated circulation, 7,000; 
20 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 13 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office. 293 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1.26; 
2 inches, $2.20; 3 inches. $3. Discounts, 10 
per cent on three months; 20 per cent on 
six months, or longer. 

SPIRIT OP THE TIMES. Every Satur- 
day. Snorting. Established 1831. Alexan- 
der P. W. Leslie, publisher. Subscription, 
$4; claimed average circulation, for year 
ending April 30, 1901, 16,308; 24 to 48 pages, 
4 columns: length of columns, 14 Inches; 
width, 2% Inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
Financier Building, 62-64 Trinity Place. 

Advertising rates, per line, one time, 25 
cents: one inch, one time, $3; three months 1 , 
$26: six months. $45; one year, $70. Reading 
notices, 50 cents a line. 



STANDARD. Every Saturday. Illustrated. 
Established 1886. Standard Press Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $4; claimed circula- 
tion, 95,000: 24 pages; 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13% inches, wilth, 2*4 inches. Can 
use matrices. Form? close two weeks to 
eighteen days in advance. Office, 116 Nas- 
sau street. 

Advertising rates, agate. $1 a line. Dis- 
counts, 5 per cent on 250 lines, 10 per cent 
on 500 lines, 15 per cent on 1,000 lines', 20 
per cent on 2,000 lines, 25 per cent on 5,000 
lines. 

STUDIO. Every Saturday. Pine Arts. 
Established 1882. Studio Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $5; estimated, cir- 
culation, 20.000; 24 to 48 pages (besides sup- 
plements), 3 columns: lensth of columns, 
10 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 1620 
Broadway. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil. 20 cents per 
line. Discounts of 10. 15, 20 and 25 per 
cent on contracts for three, six, nine and 
twelve months respectively. 

SUNDAY DEMOCRAT. Catholic. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1870. Michael Walsh, 
LL.D., publisher. Subscription, $2.50: esti- 
mated circulation, 7,500; 8 pages, 7 co'umns; 
length of columns. 20 inches; width, 2% 
Inches. Office, 32 Park Row. 

Advertising rates, agate, ordinary, each 
insertion. 25 cents; city items, 30 cents; busi- 
ness notices', 35 cents per line. 

SUNDAY UNION. Roman Oatholic. Es- 
tablished 1873. The Weekly Union Asocia- 
tion, publishers. Subscription, $2; claimed 
circulation, 15,000; 8 pages, 7 columns: 
length of columns. 20 Inches; width, 2% 
Inches. Office. 229 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, aerate, 40 cents a line. 

Issues Saturday edition under name of 
WEEKLY UNION and CATHOLIC TIMES. 
Combined circulation, estimated, 25,000. 



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SZABADSAG. Every Thursday. Hun- 
garian. Established 1891. E. T. Kohanyi, 
publisher. Subscription, $2.50; claimed aver- 
age circulation. 11,000; 12 to 16 pages, 5 
columns: length of columns. 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 209 East 4th st. 

Advertising rates, $1 an inch per time; 
three months, 75 cents an inch per time; 
six months, 62 cents; one year, 50 cents. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line. 

TAMMANY TIMES. E very Monday. 
Democratic. Established 1892. Tammany 
Times Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 18.000: 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 11% Inches: width, 
2 Inches. Can use matrices. Office, 55 West 
26th street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

TOWN AND COUNTRY. (formerly Home 
Journal). Every Saturday. Society News, 
Literary. Sports. Music, Drama, etc. Es- 
tablished 1846. Stuyvesint Company, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $3; estimated circu- 
lation. 15,000; 32 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 11 Inches; width, 2% Inches. 
Office. 289 Fourth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate. 25 cents a line. 
Discounts: 5 per cent on $100; 10 per cent on 
$300; 20 per cent on $500. 

TOWN TOPICS. Every Thursday. Soci- 
ety. Established. 1878. Town Topics Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; 
Decline to give circulation; 24 pages; length 
of columns. 11% inches; width, 2% Inches. 
Office, 208 5th avenue. " 

Advertising rates, agate, inside pages, 75 
cents per line; preferred position, 25 per 
cent extra. Reading noticed $3 per line. 
Discounts: on contracts for 250 lines, 5 per 
cent; 500 lines. 10 per cent; 1.000 lines, 15 
per cent; 2,000 lines, 20 per cent; 5,000 lines, 
25 per cent. 

TURP, FIELD AND FARM.-Eyery Fri- 
day. Horse and Sport. Established 1865. 
Turf, Field and Farm Association, publish- 
ers. Subscription, $4; estimated circulation, 
20,000; 32 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 12 Inches; width, 2% Inches. Office, 
Times Bul'dlng. 

Advertising rates, agate, one time, 10 
cents; one month, 40 cents; three months, 
$1.30; six months, $2.50; one year, $4 per 
line. 

VOGUE. Every Thursday. Fashions and 
Society. Established 1892. Arthur B. Tur- 
nure. publisher. Subscription, $4: estimated 
circulation, 10.000; 24 pages. 4 columns, 
length of columns. 1114 inches: width, 2 
inches. Office, 3 W. Twenty-ninth street. 

Advertising rates, agate. 40 cents a line; 
1,000 lines or more, 30 cents a line. 

VOLUNTEERS' GAZETTE.-Every Sat- 
urday. Volunteers of America, publishers. 
Subscription, ?2; estimated circulation, 15.- 
000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
13V 2 inches'; width, 2% inches. Office, 1 
Fourth avenue. 



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Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a Hue. 
1 Usconuts: 5 per cent on one mouth, or 100 
Hues;' 10 per cent on three months, or 500 
Hues; 15 per cent on six months, or 1,000 
Hues; 20 per cent on one year, or 1,500 lines. 

See advertisement on page 505. 

WEEKLY. Every Saturday. Literary. 
Established 1855. Street & Smith, publish- 
ers. Subscription, $3; claimed circulation, 
200,000; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of ool- 
uinus, 181/2 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 232-238 William street. 

Advertising rates, agate, ordinary, $1.25 
a line, each insertion. Reading notices, 
$2.50 per line. 

WITNESS.-Every Wednesday. A news- 
paper advocating Christianity and Temper- 
ance. Established 1871. John Dougall & Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 50,000; 16 pages, 4 columns, length of 
columns, 15 inches; width, 2y 2 inches. Can 
use matrices. Forms close Mondays. Office 
150 Nasftsau street. 

Advertising rates, 40 cents per agate line 
each insertion. Discounts: 10 per cent on 
three months orders or 250 lines; 15 per 
cent on six months or 500 lines; 25 per cent 
on one year or 1,000 lines. Reading notices, 
nonpareil, $1 a line; brevier, $1.25 a line. 
Smallest space 5 lines'. 

ADVOCATE AND GUARDIAN. Semi- 
Monthly (1st and 15th). Undenominational. 
Established 1&34. American Female Guar- 
dian Society, publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, for the year 
ending April 15, 1901, 6,570; 16 pages, 3 col- 
umns, length of columns, 9% inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 29 East 29th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 25 cents per nonpareil line. 
Discounts: 4 times, or 200 lines, 10 per cent; 
8 times, or 500 lines, 15 per cent; 12 times, 
or 800 lines, 20 per cent; 24 times, or 1,000 
lines, 25 per cent. 

See advertisement on page 482. 

AMERICAN DRUGGIST. Second and 
fourth Mondays of each month. Drug 
Trade. American Druggist Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed cir- 
culation, 13,000; 72 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 10 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 62 West Broadway. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch one time, $4; 
three months, $20; six months, $35; twelve 
months, $55; %-page, one time, $35; six 
months, $350; twelve months, $600; 1 page, 
one time, $60; twelve months, $i,'X)0. 

DIE GARTENL.AUBE. Semi-Monthly 
German. Literary. International News Co., 
publishers. Subscription, ' $2.80; guaranteed 
circulation, 23,600. Office, 83 Duane street. 

Advertising rates, per inch (fourth cover), 
$5; per page, $120. Discounts: 20 per cent 
on 12 times. 

OUR TIMES. Semi-Monthly (except July 
and August). Current history of schools. 
Educational. Established 1891. E. L. Kel- 
log & Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 



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cents; claimed average circulation, 37,850; 
20 pages and cover, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 8 inches; width, 2^ inches. Office, 61 
East Ninth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line. 
Discounts: 3 months, 10 per cent; 6 months, 
15 per cent; one year, 20 per cent. 

PEDIATRICS. Semi-Monthly (1st and 
15th). Medical. Established 1896. Van Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
guaranteed average circulation, exceeding 
12,000*; 40 pages. 7x10. Forms close 15th and 
1st prece 
254 West 54th street. 

Advertising rates, % page (2 inches), one 
time, $7; six times, $6; twelve times, $5; 
twenty-four times, $4.25, per time; % page, 
one time, $12; twelve times, $8.50; twenty- 
four times, $7.25 per time; ^ page, one time, 
$20;one year, $12.50, per time; one page, $35; 
one year, $21, per time. 

TELEGRAPH AGE. Semi-Monthly (1st 
and. 16th). Established 1883. J. B. Taltavall, 
publisher. Subscription, $1.50; claimed cir- 
culation, 8,000; 40 pages, & columns; length, 
of columns, 9 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 253 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1.50; 
2 inches, $2.75; 3 inches, $4; 4 inches, $5.25; 
14 page, $9; % page, $16; one page, $30. Dis>- 
counts: 5, 10 and 20 per cent on 3, 6 and 12 
months respectively. Reading notices, 25 
cents a line. 

YOUNG CATHOLIC MAGAZINE.-Semi- 
Monthly. Established 1865. Patulist Fathers. 



120 West 60th street. 



publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 40,000; 16 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns', 8 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 



Advertising rates, agate, 18 cents a line; 
^4 page, one time, $10; % page, $15; one 
page, $25. Discounts: one mouth, 5 per cent; 
three months, 10 per cent; six months, 
15 per cent; one year, 25 per cent, only 
when cash accompanies the order. 

AINSLEE'S MAGAZINE.-Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1897. Street & Smith, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed circu- 
lation, 140,000; 152 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Forms close 1st of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 232-238 William street. 

Advertising rates!, agate, 75 cents a line. 
.One-quarter page, $40; one-half page, $80; 
one page, $160. Discounts: 5 per cent on 3 
months; 10 per cent on 12 months; 6 pages 
used within one year, 10 per cent discount. 

AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE. Monthly. 
Established 1899. National Publishing Co., 
publishers. E. Gastinear, manager. Sub- 
i scription, $1.50; claimed average circulation, 
12,000; 32 pages, 2 columns'; length of col- 
umns, 10 inches; width, 3% Inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 141 West 24th street. 

Advertising rates, 1-16 page, one time, $10; 
% page, $12.50; 1-6 page, $15; .% page, $20; 
% page, $35; one page, $55. 

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AMERICAN ECCLESIASTICAL, R E - 
VIEW. Monthly. Catholic. Established 
1889. American Ecclesiastical Review Co., 
Publishers. Subscription, $3.50; estimated 
circulation, 5,000; 100 pages, 7x10. Office, 3 
East Fourteenth street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

AMERICAN MAGAZINE.-Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1898. K. D. Boniface, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed -circu- 
lation, 75,000; 176 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches; width, Zy a inches. Can 
us"e matrices, forms close one month in 
advance. Office, 625-627 Sixth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a lino; 
*4 page, $12.50; % page, $25; one page, $50. 

AMERICAN MESSENGER. Monthly. Re- 
ligious. Established 1843. American Tract 
Society, publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; 
claimed average circulation, for six months 
ending May, 1901, 75,000; 16 pages, or more, 
4 columns; length of columns, 12% inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches 1 . Forms close 8th, preced- 
ing month. Office, 150 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line. 
Discounts: 500 lines, 10 per cent; 1,000 lines, 
15 per cent; 2,000 lines, 20 per cent. No 
charge less than 5 lines. 

AMERICAN MONTHLY REVIEW OF 
REVIEWS. Literary. Established 1890. Re- 
view of Reviews Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2.50; sworn average circulation, for 
four months, ending April, 1901, 180,250*; 
128 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close first 
to fifth of preceding month. Office, 13 Astor 
Place. 

v 

, $50; % page, $100; one page, $200. 
ount for time 
10 per cent extra. 



Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 a line; % 
page, $50; % page, $100; one page, $200. No 
discount for time or space. Special position, 



AMERICAN QUEEN.-Monthly. House- 
hold. Established 1895. The American 
Queen Corporation, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; sworn average circulation, 
for one year ending April, 1901, 362,000*; 
20 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms closte one 
month in advance. Office, 31 Union Square, 
North. 

Advertising rates, $1.50, per agate line. 
Discounts: 6 per cent on 250 lines; 8 per 
cents on 500 lines; 12 per cent on 1,000 lines; 
14 per cent on 2,000 lines; 20 per cent on 3,000 
lines. Reading notices, $2 per agate count 
line. 

AMERIKANSCHE BOTSCHAFTER. 
Monthly. German. Evangelical. Established 
1847. American Tract Society, publishers. 
Subscription, 25 cents; estimated average 
circulation, 12,500; 8 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 1314 Inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close first of month of issue. Office, 
150 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents a line. 
No discounts for time or space. Also pub- 
lishes DEUTSGHER VOLKSFREUND, re- 



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ligious weekly. Advertising rate, 5 cents 
per agate line, with discounts for 250 lines 
or more. 

ANGLO-AMERICAN MAGAZINE. Month. 

ly. Literary and Review. Established 1899. 
The Anglo-American Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2.50; estimated cir- 
culation, 10,000; 96 to 110 pages, 2 columns, 
length of columns, 7% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 60" Wall 
street. 
Advertising rates, $40 a page. 

ARENA. Monthly. Literary. Established 
1889. Te Alliance Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $2.50; estimated circula- 
tion, 30,000; 140 pages, 1 and 2 columns; 
jength of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Forms close 10th preceding month. 
Office. 19-21 W. Thirty-first street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line; 
!/4 page, one time, $17; V 2 page, $30; one 
page, $60. Discounts, 5, 10 and 20 per cent 
on 3, 6 and 12 months, respectively. 

ARGOSY. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1882. Frank A. Munsey, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; claimed average circula- 
tion, 140,000; 192 pages. 2 columns; length of 
columns, 8*4 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close five weeks in advance. Office, 
111 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 75 cents a line 
or $100 per page. Discounts, 6 insertions, % 
page or more, within one year, 5 per cent; 
12 insertions, 10 per cent. This discount 
does* not apply to any space less than 14 
page. Position, 10 per cent extra. No ad- 
vertisement of less than one inch taken. 

ART AMATEUR. Monthly. Art. Estab- 
lished 1879. John W. Van Cost, publishi r. 
Subscription, $4; claimed circulation, 20,000; 
32 to 48 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 
10% inches; width, 2% incnes. Forms close 
8th of the month. Office, 28 Union Square. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents per l.ne 
each insertion. Discounts, three months, 10 
per cent; six months, 25 cents; one year, 
40 per cent. 

ART INTERCHANGE.-Monthly. Artistic 
Decoration. Established 1864. Art Inter- 
change Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; 
estimated circulation, 20.000; 52 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 121-7 inches; 
width, 2}4 inches. Forms close 10th of the 
month. Office, 7 W. Eighteenth street. 

Advertising rates, per agate Hue, 40 cents: 
three consecutive months, 36 cents; six 
months, 30 cents; one year, 24 cents, each 
insertion 1 , ^ page (85 lines single, or 42 
lines double column), one time, $35; !/4 page, 
$60; V 2 page, $120; one page, $240. 

ASSEMBLY HERALD. Monthly. (Sre 
Philadelphia!, Pa.) 

AUTOMOBILE (THE). Monthly. Auto- 
mobile. Established 1899. The E. L. Powers 
Co., publishers. Guaranteed average circu- 
lation, 10,000; 24 to 32 pages, 3 columns; 



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length of columns', 10 inches; width, 27-16. 
inches. Office. 150 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $6; 
three months, $15; six months, $24; one year, 
$40. Larger space at reduced rates, *4 page, 
one time, $34; y 2 page, $58; one page, $108. 

BABYHOOD. Monthly. Care of Infants 
and General Nursery. Illustrated. Estab- 
lished 1884. Babyhood Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; estimated circu- 
lation, 10,000; 48 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 7!4 inches; width, 2*4 Inches. 
Forms close 20th of the mouth. Office, 150 
Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, one page, $80; % page, 
$45; % page, $25; 50 cents per agate line. 
Discount on three months, 5 per cent; six 
months, 10 per cent: one year, 25 per cent. 



BAPTIST HOME MISSION MONTHLY 
(The). Monthly. Religious. Established 
1878. American Baptist Home Mission Month- 
ly, publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed average circulation, 10,000; 32 pages 
and cover, 2 columns; length of columns, 
8 inches; width, 2*6 inches. Gan use mat- 
rices, Forms close 10th, preceding month. 
Office, 111 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one month, 
$3.50; three months, $9; six months, $16; 
one year, $25; % page, one time, $10; % page, 
$15; one page, $25. 

BENZIGER'S MAGAZINE. M o n t h 1 y. 
Catholic. Established 1898. Benziger Broth- 
ers, publishers'. Subscription, $1.50; guaran- 
teed circulation, 35,000; 44 pages and cover; 
3 columns; length of columns, 10% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Forms 
close 10th preceding mouth. Office, 36 Bar- 
clay street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line; 
300 lines, 24 cents; 600 lines, 23 cents; 900 
lines, 22 cents; 1,200 lines, 21 cents. Outside 
cover, ^4 page, $37.50; y 2 page. $70; one page, 
$135, with discounts, 5, 10, 15 and 20 per 
cent on 3, 6, 9 and 12 months, respectively. 

BOOK BUYER. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1884. Charles Scribner's Sons' pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed circu- 



, 

lation, 10,000; 80 to 120 pages, 2 columns; 

length of columns, 7% Inches; 

inches. Office, 155 Fifth avenue. 



width, 



. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
$2.80; one page, $40; %, ^4 and % pages, pro 
rata. No discounts. 



BOOKMAN. Monthly. Literary. Illus- 
trated. Dodd, Mead & Co., publishers. Es- 
tablished 1895. Subscription, $2; guaranteed 
average circulation, for 1901, 32,000*; 116 

Eages, 2 columns; length of columns, 7% 
iches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 12th 
preceding month. Office, 372 Fifth avenue. 
Advertising rates, per agate line, 25 cents; 



Advertising rates, per agate line, 25 cents; 
% page, one time, $12.50; % page, $25; one 
page, $50. Discounts, twelve months, 20 per 



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BROADWAY MAGAZINE. Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1897. Broadway Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated 
circulation, 125,000; 76 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 2^4 
inches. Forms close 1st of preceding 
month. Office, 1123 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 a line: one 
page, one time, $120; % and % pages pro 
rata. Discounts, 5 and 10 per cent on, 6 
and 12 months, respectively. 



OASSELL'S LITTLE FOLKS. Monthly. 
Juvenile. Cassell & Co. (Limited), publisli- 
ers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed average cir- 
culation. 24,360; 80 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 9 inches; width, 3 inches. Office, 
7-9 W. Eighteenth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line; 
14 page, $15; Yz page, $30; one page, $50. 
Discounts, 5, 10 and< 20 per cent on 3, 6 and 
12 months, respectively. 



CASSELL'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Illustrated. Established 1883. Gas- 
sell & Co.(Limited), publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; claimed circulation, 27,650; 110 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 9 
inches; width, 2%, inches. Forms close 15th 
preceding month. Office, 7 West Eighteenth 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line, 
each insertion; % page, one time, $22.50; V 2 
page, $40; one page. $75. Discounts, three 
months, 5 per cent; six months, 10 per cent; 
one year, 20 per cent. 

CAS'S'IER.'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. En- 
gineering. Established 1891. Ca&sier's Mag- 
azine Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
claimed circulation, 18,000; 154 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 7% inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close three weeks in 
advance. Office, 3 West Twenty-ninth st. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one year, $54; 
% page, one year, $96; % page, one year, 
$156; y 2 page, one year, $300; one page, one 
year, $600. Advertisements inserted' for less 
than one year, 10 per cent advance on the 
pro rata pate. 

CATERER (The). Monthly. Hotels, Clubs 
and high-class restaurants. Established 1893. 
The Caterer Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2; guaranteed average circu- 
lation. 4,500*; 64 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 9. inches; width, 25-6 inches. 
Forms close 20th preceding month. Can use 
matrices. Office, 23 Pars Row. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $3; 
three months, $5.75; six months, $10.75; one 
year, $20; V 8 page, one time, $4.56; 14 page, 
$8.50; % page, $15.75; one page, $28.98. Open 
space used within one year, 1,512 lines, 9 
cents a line; 3,024 lines, 8 cents. 

See advertisement on page 438. 

CATHOLIC WORLD M AGAZINE.- 

Monthly. Literature and Science. Estab- 
lished 1865. Paulist Fathers, publishers. 
Subscription, $3; claimed average circula- 



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tion, 55,381; 172 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 8 inches; width, 2*4 inches. Office, 
120 West Sixtieth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 36 cents per line; 
Vt page, one time, $20; % page, 30; one 
page, $50. Discounts, 5 per cent, one time; 
10 per cent on three months;' six mouths, 
15 per cent; twelve months, 25 per cent, 
only when cash accompanies the order. 

CENTURY MAGAZINE. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Illustrated. Established 1870. The 
Century Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; 
estimated circulation, 150,000; 168 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 1st of pre- 
ceding month. Office, Union Square. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, each inser- 
tion, per line, $1.75; % page, $62.50; % page, 
$125; one page, $250. Discounts, 5 per cent 
on three months, 10 per cent on six months, 
25 per cent on one year. 

CHEERFUL MOMENTS. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1892. The Geo. W. 
tion, 25 cents; guaranteed circulation, 300,- 
Wlllis Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
000; 32 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 
dYs inches; width, 2^4 inches. Forms close 
20th, month preceding issue. Office, 154 
East Twenty-third street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 per line. 
Reading notices, $2 per agate line. Special 
positions, 10 per cent extra. 

See advertisement on page 367. 

CONGREGATIONAL WORK. Monthly 
(except July and August). Congregational. 
Established 1896. Congregational Sunday 
School and Publishing Society, publishers. 
Subscription, 25 cents; estimated circula- 
tion, 80,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13% inches; width, 214 inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, Fourth avenue 
and Twenty-second street. 

Also dated at Philadelphia. Boston and 
Chicago. 

Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents a line. 

CONVERTED CATHOLIC. Monthly. Re- 
formed Catholic. Established 1883. Rev. 
James A. O'Connor, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed average circulation, 6,000; 
32 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 7% 
inches; width, 2& inches. Office, 142 West 
Twenty-first street. 

"Advertising rates, one Inch, one year, $10; 
% page, $35; Ya page, $60; one page, $100. 
Further rates on application. 



COSMOPOLITAN.-(See Irvington, N. Y.) 



COSMOPOLITE (The). Formerly Pa- 
risian Illustrated Review. Monthly (25th). 
Literary. Established 1895. The Cosmo- 
polite Co., publishers. M. L. Dexter, man- 
aging editor. Subscription, $1; estimated 
circulation, 50,000; 96 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 2 2-3 
inches. Forms close 14th of the month. 
Office, 4 West 22d street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 36 cents' a line; 
one page, $60; %, & and % pages, pro rata. 
No time or space discounts. 



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CRITERION. Monthly (changed from 
weekly, 1900). Literary. The Criterion Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
guaranteed circulation, 30,000; 52 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 11 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
41 East 21st street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 
Discounts, 5 per cent on 1,000 lines; 10 per 
cent on 2,000 lines; 15 per cent on 3,000 lines; 
20 per cent on 5,000 lines. One page, one 
time, $100; % and Y 2 pages,, pro rata. 

CRITIC. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1881. Critic Company, publishers. 
Subscription, $2; estimated circulation, 15.- 
000; 96 pages, 7x10. Office, 27-29 West 23d 
street. 

Advertising rates ou application. 

CUPID. Monthly. Matrimonial. Estab- 
lished 1885. H. B. Wellman, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1; estimated circulation, 15,000; 
10 pages, 11x14. Office, 333 Eighth avenue. 

Advertising rates on application. 

CURRENT LITERATURE. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1888. Current Literature 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$3; estimated circulation, 40,000; 128 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns, 8 inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close on 10th preceding 
month. Office, 55 Liberty street. 

Advertising rates, per page, $55; % page, 
$30; & page, $15. Small advertisements, 30 
cents per agate line. Discounts, three 
months', 5 per cent; six months, 10 per 
cent; one year, 20 per cent 



DELINEATOR. Monthly. Fashions. Il- 
lustrated. Established 1872. Butterick Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, for three 
months, ending June, 1901, 641,558*; 100 to 150 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 9%, 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms 1 close 12th 
of second, preceding month. Office, 7 to 17 
West Thirteenth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $3 per line, each 
Insertion. No discounts for time or space. 

Issue also the GLASS OF FASHION. 

DESIGNER. Monthly. Fashion aod Lit- 
erary. Established 1892. Standard Fashion 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
average circulation, for three months end- 
ing June, 1901, 213,665*; 130 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 9% inches; width, 2%, 
inches. Forms close 12th of second preced- 
ing month. Office, 32 West Fourteenth st. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 a line.. 

DIETETIC AND HYGIENIC GAZETTE. 
Monthly. Medical. Established 1884. Ga- 
zette Publishing Co., publishers. Estimated 
circulation, 15,000; 72 pages, 6x9. Office, 503 
Fifth Avenue. 

Advertising rates, one Inch, three months, 
$25; six months. $45; one year, $75. 

DRUGGISTS' CIRCULAR. M o n t h 1 y . 
Drug Trade. Established 1857. William O. 
Allison, publisher. Subscription, $1.50; 
estimated circulation, 17,539; 72 pages, 



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3 columns; length of columns, 11^ inches; 
width, 214 inches, fcorms close 25th preced- 
ing month. Office, 84 William street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one inch, one 
time, $3; three months, $8.50; six mouths, 
$15; one year, $26. Transient advertisements, 
25 cents a line, nonpareil. 

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION S. 
Monthly, except July and August. Educa- 
tional. Established 1888. E. L. Kellogg & 
Co., publishers'. Subscription, $1; claimed 
average circulation, 18,000; 68 pages, 3%x6 
inches. Forms close 10th preceding month. 
Office, 61 East 9th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 
Advertising limited to three pages. 

EL COMEROIO. Monthly. Spanish. Ex- 
port Trade. Established 1875. J. Shepherd 
Clark Co., publishers. Subscription, -$3; 
claimed average circulation, 6,250; 24 pages 
or more, 4 columns; length of columns, 15 4 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 126 Liberty 
street. 

Advertising rates, one Inch, one year, $36; 
two inches, $68; three inches, $90; four 
inches, $116. Business notices, 50 cents a 
line, each insertion. Further rates on ap- 
plication. 

ELITE STYLES. Monthly. Fashion. Es- 
tablished 1895. P. Gothelf, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1; guaranteed circulation, 60,000: 
24 to 36 pages; 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 12 inches. Forms close 12th preced- 
ing month. Office, 54 Maiden Lane. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line. 
Discount, 25 per cent on 1,000 lines or over. 

ELLIS CO. See advertisement on pages 
404 and 405. 

EMPRESS MAGAZINE. Monthly. Fami- 
ly. Established 1900. E. Rosedale & Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 20,000; 32 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 14 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close 10th preceding month. Office, 
150 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, per Inch, per time, $3; 
% page, $30; % page, $55; one page, $100. 
Discounts; 3 mouths, 6 per cent; 6 months, 
10 per cent; one year, 25 per cent. 

ENGINEERING MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Engineering. Established 1891. John It. 
Dunlap, publisher. Subscription, $3; claimed 
circulation, 18,000; 280 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close one 
month in advance. Office, 120 Liberty street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one month, 
$7; three months, $18; six months, $33; one 
year, $55. Line rate, 50 cents, agate. 

EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Literary. Established. 1899. John Wana- 
maker, publisher. Subscription, $1; guaran- 
teed circulation, 100,000; 130 pages and over, 
2 columns; length of columns'. 8 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 10th preced- 
ing month. Office, 74 East Ninth street. 



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Advertising rates, agate, 90 cents a line; 
% page, $18.75; Vi P^ge, $37.50; V a page, $75; 
one page, $150. 

EV'RY MONTH. Literary. Music. Es- 
tablished 1895. Ev'ry Month Publishing Co., 



publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 50,000; 32 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, lO 1 /^ inches; width, 2% inches. 



Forms close 10th preceding month. Office, 
1123 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 
% page, $33.50 (112 lines); % page, $67.50; 
one page, $135. 

FAMILY LIBRARY. Monthly. Literary. 
International News Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.75; claimed circulation, 45,000. 
Office, S3 Duane street. 

Advertising rates, cover pages only, whole 
page, $50. Discount, 20 per cent on twelve 
times. 

FAMILY PHYSICIAN.-Health and Ily- 

fiene. Monthly. Established 1898. The 
'amily Physician Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 100,000; 32 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 9V 2 inches; width, Zy s 
inches. Forms close 30th preceding month. 
Office, 23 Park Row. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents per agate line. 
Readers, 75 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 432. 

FASHION WORLD. Monthly. Fashion 
and Story. Established 1900. Popular 
Fashions Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$1.20; claimed average circulation, for six 
months ending May, 1901, 250,000; 32 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 9 l , inches; 
width 2% inches. Forms close 1st preced- 
ing month. Can use matrices. Office, 79 
Fourth avenue. 

Advertising rates agate, $1 a line. 

See advertisement on page 448. 

FIELD AND STREAM. Monthly. Sport. 
Adventure. Established 1895. John P. 
Burkhard Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; estimated circulation, 25,000; 
72 to SO pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 8 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
Park Row Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, $60 per page; $48 
on yearly contract. Further rates on ap- 
plication. 

FOOD AND DRINK. Monthly. Culinary. 
Established 1899. The Food and Drink Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; estimated circulation, 150,000; 36 pages. 
3 columns; length of columns, 9 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 10th pre- 
ceding month. Office, 23 Park Row. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 
Discounts, 5, 10 and 20 per cent on 3, 6 
and 12 months, respectively 

FORUM. Monthly. Literary. Established 
1886. The Forum Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $3; estimated circulation, 
20,000; 168 'pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 8 inches; width, 2& inches. Can use 



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matrices. Forms close 5th of preceding 
mouth. Office, 111 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 75 cents a line; 
% page, $20; % page, $40; one page, $80. 
Discounts, 5 per cent on three mouths, 10 
per cent on six months, 20 per cent on one 
year. 

FRANK LESLIE'S POPULAR MONTH- 
LY. Monthly. Literary. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1876. Frank Leslie Publishing 
House, publishers. Subscription, $1; guaran- 
teed average circulation for year 1900, 183,- 
014; 112 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 
8 inches; width, 2y 2 inches. Forms close five 
weeks in advance. Office, 141 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 a line; y 4 
page, $50; % page, $100; one page 1200. 
Special rates for school and book advertis- 
ing. 

GAILLARD'S MEDICAL JOURNAL. 
Monthly. Medical. Established 1866. M. 
E. Gaillard, publisher. Subscription, $5; 
estimated circulation, 5,000; 104 pages, 8x11. 
Office, 32 Beekman Place. 

Advertising rates on application. 

GARDINER'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Home and literary. Established 1901. A. 
P. Gardiner publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; estimated circulation, 100,- 
000; 32 pages and cover, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 10 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 320 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 a line. 

GENTLEWOMAN. Monthly. Literary. 
Fashion and household. Established 1888. 
Gentlewoman Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; guaranteed circulation, 
400,000; 28 to 40 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 14 inches; width, 2(4 inches. 
Forms close 20th preceding month. Office, 
German Herold Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.50 a line each 
insertion. 

See advertisement on pages 404 and 405. 

GLASS OF FASHION. Monthly. Fash- 
ion. The Butterick Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, 60 cents; claimed aver- 
age circulation for three months ending May. 
1901, 31,316*; 54 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 10% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close 12th of second preceding month. 
Office, 7 to 17 West Thirteenth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line 
each insertion. 

ISSUE also the DELINEATOR. 

GOLF. Monthly. Golfing. Established 
1894. Harper & Brothers, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2; estimated circulation, 15,000; 
84 pages, 6x10. Office, Franklin Square. 

Advertising rates $4 per inch, per time; 
discount 6 months, 10 per cent; one year, 
20 per cent. 

GOOD LITERATURE. Monthly. Liter- 
ature. Established 1892. F. M. Lupton, 
publisher. Subscription, 35 cents; claimed 
average circulation, 416,000; 24 pages, 4 col- 



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umns; length of columns, 1414 inches: width, 
2>4 tiiches. Can use matrices. Forms ciosc 
10th of preceding month. Office, 23 to 27 
City Hall Place. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 a line. 
Reading notices, in minion, nonpareil or 
agate, $1.50 per agate line of space ocupied. 
When combined with the PEOPLE'S HOME 
JOURNAL, display is $2.50 per line. Read- 
ing notices, $3 per line for agate space oc- 
cupied. Discounts, 5 per cent on 250 lines; 
10 per cent on 500 lines; 15 per cent on 1,000 
lines; 20 per cent on 2,000 lines. 

See advertisement on page 458. 

GOOD ROADS. Formerly L. A. W. Maga- 
zine of Cleveland, O. Monthly. Good 
Roads. Established 1882. Emil Grossman & 
Bro., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed average circulation for year 1900, 
28,000; 52 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 8 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. Also publishes MOTOR VEHICLE 
REVIEW and CYCLING GAZETTE, Cleve- 
land, O. 

Advertising rates on application. 

GOSPEL IN ALL LANDS. Monthly. Mis- 
sionary. Established 1880. Missionary So- 
ciety of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
publishers; Eugene R. Smith, D. D., man- 
ager. Subscription, 75 cents; claimed aver- 
age circulation for one year ending May, 
1901, 13,617; 48 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 8 inches; width, 2^ inches. Office, 
150, 5th avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 

HARDWARE DEALERS' MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. Hardware. Established 1893. D. 
[T. Mallett, publisher. Subscription, $1; guar- 
anteed average circulation for year 1900, 11,- 
306*; 164 to 190 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 8 inches; width, 2V& inches. Forms 
close 24th preceding month. Office, 253 
Broadway. 

Advertising rates, 1-16 page, one month, $4; 
one year, $40; y s page, $8 one month; one 
year, $80; *4 page, $15 one month; one year, 
$150; one page, $45 one month; one year, 
$450. 

HARPER'S BAZAR. Monthly. Fashions 
and Literary. Illustrated. Established 
1870. Harper & Brothers, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 125,000; 120 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, Franklin 
Square. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 per line; 14 
page, $50; % page, $100; one page, $200. Dis- 
counts, 10 per cent on three months; 15 per 
cent on six months; 20 per cent on one year. 

HARPER'S NEW MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Literary. Illustrated. Established 1850. 
Harper & Brothers, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $4; estimated circulation, 150,000; 250 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2M> inches. Forms close 5th 
of preceding month. Office, Franklin 
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Advertising rates, agate, $1.75 a line; % 
page, $62.50: % page, $125; oiie page, $250. 
Discounts, three months, 10 per cent; six 
months, 162-3 per cent; nine months, 20 per 
cent; one year, 25 per cent. 

HAUSDOKTOR. Monthly. German. Pop- 
ular Medical. Established 1890. Dr. G. 
Pflngsten, editor. Subscription, $1 esti- 
mated circulation, 10,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12 inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Forms close 25th preceding 
month. Office. 104 John street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents a 
line; 1-16 page, one time, $4.50; three times, 
$12; six times, $20; one year, $35; ^ page, 
one time, $8; & page, $14; % page, $22; one 
page $38. 

HEALTH CULTURE. Monthly. Hygiene. 
Established 1894. Health Culture Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; sworn average 
circulation, 12,500; 80 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 8^ inches; width, 2% 
inches. Forms close 20th of preceding 
month. Office, 481 Fifth avenue. 



Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 

page, one time, $30; % 
page, $10. Discounts,, 5, 10 and 20 per cent 



one page, one time, $30; % page, $15; 

page, $10. Dis 

on 3, 6 and 12 months, respectively. 



HEARTHSTONE. Monthly. Fiction. Es- 
tablished 1891. The A. D. Porter Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 25 cents; claimed cir- 
culation, 615,000; 24 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 13^4 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close 15th preceding month. Can use 
matrices. Office, 52 Duane street. 

Advertising rates, $2.25 per agate line. 
Reading notices, $3.80, agate measure. 

HOME CHEER. Monthly. Household 
and Literary. Established 1889; Re-estab- 
lished 1899. R. P. Collins & Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 25 cents; guaranteed 
circulation, 100,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Forms close first of month preced- 
ing date of issue. Office, 21-23 Ann street. 
Brooklyn office, 669-671 Gates avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line. 
Reading notices 30 cents per line agate. 

See advertisement on inside back page 
cover. 



HOME COMFORT.-Monthly. Family Lit- 
erature. Established 1898. Wm. F. Rupert, 
publisher Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation 15,000; 16 pages, 9x12. Office, 114 
Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates on application. 

HOME LIFE. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1899. Home Life Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed 
circulation, 250,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 2>4 
Inches. (Published at White Plains, N. Y.) 
Can use matrices. Office, 1293-1295 Broad- 
way. 

Advertising rates, agate. 60 cents a line; 
% page. $105: % page, $210; one page, $400. 

See advertisement on page 423. 



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HOME MAGAZINE. Monthly. Literarv 
Established 1889. Home Magazine Publish! 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; guar- 
anteed circulation, 75,COO; 140 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8% inches; width, 
2i/4 inches. Forms close 10th of the month. 
Office, 116 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line; 
one page (16 inches), one time, $80; % page, 
$45; % page, $25. 

HOME MONTHLY. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1877. Home Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed circula- 
tion, 400,000; 20 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 14% inches; width, 2^4 inches. 
Forms close 20th of month preceding date 
of issue. Office, German Herold Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.50 per line 
each insertion. 

See advertisement on pages 404 and 405. 



HOME TALK. Monthly. Household. Es- 
tablished 1880. W. H. England, publisher. 
Subscription, 50 ceuts; claimed circulation, 
300,000; 32 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 9% inches; width, 2% inches. Forms 
close 15th of preceding mouth. Office 325 
Temple Court. 

Advertising rateg. agate, $1 per line; no 
discounts. 

HOMILETIC REVIEW. Monthly. Unde- 
nominational. Established 1876. Funk & 
Wagnalls Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
claimed circulation, 20,000; 134 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 7% inches; width, 
2 1-7 inches. Forms close 5th of the month. 
Office, 30 Lafayette Place. 

Advertising rates, % page (2 inches), one 
time, $7; % page, $12; % page, $20; one 
page, $36. Inside cover pages, $45; last cover 
page, $60; minimum space, % page. Dis- 
counts, for three months, 10 per ceut; six 
months, 20 per cent; nine months," 25 per 
cent; one year. 331-3 per cent. 



HOURS AT HOME. Monthly. Fiction. 
Established 1893. Frank Hodgkinson, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, 30 cents; guaranteed 
circulation, 200,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 2V4 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close on 
18th of month. Office. 81 Walker street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 85 cents a line. 
Reading notices, $1.30 per agate line meas- 
ure, set in agate, nonpareil or brevier. 

See advertisement on page 395. 

HOUSEWIFE. Monthly. Literary and 
Domestic. Established 1882. The A. D. Por- 
ter Co., publishers. Subscription, 35 cents; 
claimed circulation, 100,000; 16 pages and 
cover (20 in all), 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 14 inches; width, 2^4 inches. Can use 
matrices. Forms close 15th of the month. 
Office, 52 Duane street. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 50 cents. 
Reading notices, $1 a line; % page (200 
lines), $80; % page. $160; one page, $320. No 
discounts. 



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ILI.rSTRATKD COMPANION'. Monthly. 
Fiction. Established 1880. P. B. Warner 
\- Co.j publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
guaranteed circulation, 350,000; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 14*4 inches; 
width, 2V4 inches. Forms close 15th of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 296 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 a line. 

See advertisement on page 495. 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SUR- 
GERY. Monthly. Surgical. Established 
1888. International Journal of Surgery Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 28,000; 32 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns. 9 inches; width, 3 inches. Forms 
close 15th preceding month. Office, 100 
William street. 

Advertising rates, % page, one month, $10; 
three months, $25; six mouths, $45; one year, 
?80; one page one month, $50; one year, $500. 



JOURNAL OF THE TELEGRAPH. 
Monthly. Telegraphy. Established 1866. 
Western Union Telegraph Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 25,500; 
16 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, lO 1 /^ 
inches; width, 2*4 inches. Office, 195 Broad- 
way. 

Advertising rates, per inch, each insertion, 
$2. Business notices on editoral page, 50 
cents a line. 

JUDGE'S LIBRARY. Monthly. Humor- 
ous. Illustrated. Established 1885. Judge 
Company, publishers. Subscription, $1: 
guaranteed minimum circulation, 55,000; 60 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 9 
inches; width, 2Y S inches. Forms close 6th 
preceding month. Office, 110 Fifth avenue. 

Also publishes SIS HOPKINS' Own 
Book, same circulation and advertising 
rates, as Judge's Library. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 25 cents. 
20 per cent discount on yearly orders. 

JUNIOR MUNSEY. Monthly. Literary. 
Established 1897. The Puritan combined 
with It, 1901. Frank A. Munsey, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 190,000; 
176 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8^ 
inches; width, 2% Inches. Forms close five 
weeks in advance. Office, 111 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 a line; one 
page, $150; 5 per cent discount on six inser- 
tions for a /4 page or more, to be used with- 
in one vear: 10 per cent on twelve inser- 
tions. No discount on less than % page. 
No adv. of less than one inch taken. 
Special rate for school advertising. 



KNEIPP WATER CURE MONTHLY.- 



(15th.) Hygiene. Established 1900. The 
Kneipp Magazine Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 



12.000; 48 pages and cover, 5 columns; length 
of columns, 9% inches; width, 2^4 inches. 
Forms close 5th of month of issue. Office, 
111 E. Fifty-ninth street. 

Also publishes AMERIKANISCHE 
KNEIPP BLATTER, circulation, 10,000, and 



NEW YORK 



GESUNDIIEITS-KALENDER, circulation, 
S,000. The two latter printed in German. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line 
either issue; 50 cents for both Kneipp 
Water Cure Monthly and Amerikanische 
Kneipp Blatter. One inch, three months, 
either Issue, $5; both issues, $8; six mouths, 
$9 either issue; $15, for both. 



LADIES' WORLD.-Monthly. Literary 
and Household. Established 1879. S. H. 
Moore & Co., publishers. Subscription, 40 
cents; average monthly circulation for year 
1900, 476,792 copies; 28 to 36 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14*4 inches; width, 2 3-16 
inches. Forms close first of preceding 
month. Office, 23-27 City Hall Place. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, $2. 
Reading notices, $4 per line, agate measure. 
Open space, used within one year, 200 lines, 
$1.90 per line; 500 lines, $1.85; 1,000 lines, 
$1.80; 2,000 lines, $1.75 per line. No adver- 
tisement of less than 5 lines taken. Pre- 
ferred positions extra. 

See advertisement on page 477. 

LANCET. Monthly. Medical. Estab- 
lished 1880. J. B. Flint & Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2; estimated circulation, 10,- 
tO'i; J& pages, Sxll. Office, 104 Fulton street. 

Advertising rates on application. 



L'ART DE LA MODE. Monthly. Fash- 
ions. Established 1882. The Morse-Brough- 
ton Co., publishers. Subscription, $3.50; 
claimed circulation, 50,000; 14 to 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 13% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 15th of sec- 
ond preceding month. Office, 3 East Nine- 
teenth street. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents per agate line; 
% page, $37.50; % page, $75; y 2 page, $150; 
one page, $300. Discounts, three months, or 
250 lines, 10 per cent; six months, or 500 
lines, 15 per cent; twelve months, or 1,000 
lines, 25 per cent. 



LE BON TON. Monthly. Fashions. Es- 
tablished 1851. S. T. Taylor Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $3.50; estimated circula- 
tion, 50,000; 21 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13i inches; width, 2& inches. 
Forms close 15th of second preceding 
month. Office, 930 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 
Discounts, 10 per cent on six months; 20 
per cent on one year. 

LE COSTUME ROYAL. Fashions. Es- 
tablished 1895. Royal Pattern Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $3.50; estimated circu- 
lation, 60,000; 4 columns; length of columns, 
nclies; width, 2% inches. Forms close 
10th of month, two months in advance. Ad- 
vertising office, 28 West Twenty-third 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 
Discounts, b per cent on three months; 10 
per cent on six months; 15 per cent on one 
year. Reading notices, $1 per agate line. 
Position % extra. 



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LEDGER MONTHLY. Literary and Fam- 
ily. Illustrated. Established 1844. Robert 
Bonner's Sons, publishers. Subscription, $1. 
Guaranteed average circulation, exceeding 
100,000; 44 to 52 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 14% inches; width, 2^4 inches. 
Forms close 25th second preceding month. 
Can use matrices. Office, 182 William street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line, 
no discounts. Reading notices, with "adv." 
$1 a line, agate measure. 

LITERARY NEWS. Monthly. Current 
Literature. Established 1879. It. R. Bow- 
ker, publisher. Subscription, $1; estimated 
circulation, 10,000; 32 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns. 7 J /4 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 298 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, one page, one 
time. $25; % page, $13.50; % page, $7; % page, 
$4. Coyer pages extra. Discounts on yearly 
advertisements on application. 

M'CALL'S MAGAZINE AND QUEEN OF 
FASHION. Monthly. Fashions. Estab- 
lished 1873. The McCall Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents; sworn average circu- 
lation, 250,000*; 56 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 9% inches; width, 2V4 inches. 
Forms close 10th of second preceding 
month.. Office, 113-115-117 West 31st street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 a line; one 
page, $375; % and V 2 pages, pro rata. Dis- 
counts, 5, 10 and 15 per cent on 3, 6 and 
12 insertions, respectively; 3 pages to be 
used within one year, at yearly rate. 

See advertisement on page 463. 

M'CLURE'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1893. S. S. McClure Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; sworn average 
circulation, for year 1900, 360,259*; 100 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close first of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 141-155 E. Twenty- 
fifth street. 

Advertising rates, $2 a line, agate; % 
page, $50; % page, $96; % page, $192; one 
page, $384. Discounts: 5 per cent on 6 
months; 10 per cent on one year. 

MACHINERY. Monthly. Mechanical. 
Established 1894. The Industrial Press, 
Publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 21,000; 80 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 11 inches; width, 2 1-3 inches. 
Forms close 10th preceding date of issue. 
Also publishes STEAM ENGINEERING, 
which see. Office, 9-15 Murray street. 

Advertising rates, $2.50 per inch, per time; 
100 to 290 inches, $2.25; 200 to 300 inches, $2; 
300 to 400 inches, $1.95; over 400 inches, $1.90 
per inch. 

MAGAZINE OF ART. Monthly. Estab- 
lished 1878. Cassell & Co.. Limited, publish- 
ers. Subscription, $3.50; claimed circulation, 
16,500; 60 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 10% inches; width, 2% inches. Forms 
close 12th of preceding month. Office, 7 W. 
Eighteenth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line; 
% page, one time, $22.50; % page, one time, 



NEW YORK 



$40; 1 page, one time, $75. Discounts; 5 per 
cent on three months; 10 per cent on six 
mouths; 20 per cent on twelve months. 

MEDICAL EXAMINER. Monthly (15th). 
Medical. Established 1890. The Medical Ex- 
aminer Practitioner Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2; claimed average circulation, 
8,000; 64 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 9% inches; width, 3^ inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 220 Broadway. 

Advertising rates on application. 

MEDICAL REVIEW OF REVIEWS. 

Monthly. Medical. Established 1896. Med- 
ical Review of Reviews (Inc.), publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed average circula- 
tion for three months ending May, 1901, 
10,010; 138 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns. 8 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, 252 Madison avenue. 

Advertising rates, V s page, three months, 
$7.50; 14 page, $15; % page, $30; one page, 
$60; six months and one year, pro rata. 

MEDICAL TIMES. Monthly. Medical. 
Established 1873. Benj. Lilian!, manager. 
Subscription. $2; estimated circulation, 5,000; 
64 pages, 6y 2 x9M>. Forms close 20th of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 108 Fulton street. 

Advertising rates, narrow column, $2 an 
inch; wide column, 1-16 nage, one time, $5; 
% page. $8: % page, $13"; % page, $22; one 
page, $35. Reading notices, 40 cents a line. 

MENORAII MONTHLY. Jewish. Estab- 
lished 1886. Menorah Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $3; estimated circula- 
tion, 10,500; 110 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 7% inches; width, 2% inches. Of- 
fice, Temple Court. 

Advertising rates, % page, one month, 
$7.50; three months, $15; one year, $35; '-A 
page, one time, $15; one year, $60; 1 page, 
one time, $30; one year, $180. 

METRONOME. Monthly. Music. 'Estab- 
lished 1884. Carl Fischer, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed average circulation, 
22,500; 32 pages, 3 columns. Office, 6-8 
Fourth avenue. 

Advertising rates, $2 per inch. Di<?f(.i:n1s: 
10 per cent on three months; 15 per cent on 
six months; 20 per cent on one year. 

METROPOLITAN AND RURAL HOME. 
Monthly. Popular Literature. Es^blislicil 
1885. Metropolitan and Rural Home Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; guaran- 
teed circulation, 500,000; 16 to 28 pages, 4 
columns: length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2V4 inches. Forms close 14th of pre- 
ceding mouth. Office, German Ilerold Build- 
ing. 

Advertising rates, agate, $2 a line eaca in- 
sertion. 

See advertisement on pages 404 and 405. 

METROPOLITAN MAG AZINE.-Monthly. 
Established 1895. Blakely Hall, publisher. 
Subscription, $2.75: claimed circulation, 135,- 
000; 164 pages. 2 columns: length of columns, 
8 inches; width, 2V a inches. Can use mat- 



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rices. Forms close one month in advance. 
Office, H6 Nassau street. 
Advertising rates, agate, $1; a line; one 

Eage, $120; any preferred inside page, $200; 
ourth cover page, $300: Discounts, 5 per 
cent on 3 months, 10 per cent on 6 mouths, 



15 per cent on 9 months, 
one year. 



per cent on 



MODERN MEDICAL SCIENCE AND 
SANITARY ERA. Monthly. Medical and 
Sanitary. Established 1886. William Cow- 
per Conant, publisher. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, 20,000: 68 pages, 
1 column; length of column, 7 inches; 
width. 4 inches. Forms close 25th preceding 
month. Office, 466 West 151st street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line; 
% page, one time, $7; % page. $13; one page, 
$25. Discounts: 10 per cent on six mouths; 
20 per cent on ou~e year. 



MODERN MERCHANT (The), Continuing 
The Buyer and Dry Goods Chronicle. 
Monthly. Established, 1886. The Buyer and 
Chronicle Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation. 5.000; 100 pages, 3 col- 
umns, length of columns, 10 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 396 Broadway. 

Advertising rates on application. 



MODERN STORIES. Monthly. Fiction. 
Established 1892. Modern StoriFS" Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription. 25 cents: 
claimed average circulation, 300,000; 16 
pa.ges, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
Inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 10th to 18th of preceding 
month. Office, 64 Fulton street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 per line. 
Reading notices, $2 per line, agate measure. 

See advertisement on page 472. 

MODES. Monthly. Fasnions. Established 
1896. Modes' Fashion and Pattern Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription. 50 cents: estimated 
circulation, 50,000; 68 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 9V 2 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Forms close 18th of second preced- 
ing month. Office, 37-39-41 E. Eighteenth st. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 

MODES AND FABRICS. Monthly. Fash- 
ions. Established 1890. A. P. Gardiner 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimedi circulation, 350,000; 32 pages 
and cover. 3 columns; length of columns, 8 l / 2 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close first 
of preceding month. Office. 320 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 a line; posi- 
tion, 10 per cent extra. Reading notices, $2 
a line. 

MONEY. Monthly. Non-Partisan. Cur- 
rency. Established 1897. Raymond E. Dodge, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed aver- 
age circulation, for year 1900, 24.800; 32 
pages, 6x9. Can use matrices. Office, 21 
Park Row. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line. 



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MOTHERHOOD. Monthly. Established 
18&7. The Motherhood Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2; guaranterd circulation, 15,000; 
80 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches: width. 2% inches. Forms close 10th 
of preceding month. Office, 1 Madison ave. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line; 

1 inch, $6.50; % page, $15; % page, $25; 1 
page, $50. Discounts: 10 per cent on three 
months; 15 per cent on sax mouths; 25 per 
cent on one year. 

MUNSEY'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1886. Frank A. Munsey, 
publisher. Subscription. $1; claimed average 
circulation, for year 1900, 613,350; 160 pages, 

2 columns; length of columns, 8 X ,4 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 5 weeks in 
advance. Office, 111 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, $3 a line; 1 page, 
$500; y 2 and 14 pages' pro fata; position, 10 
ppr cent extra. 6 insertions % page or more, 
within one year, 5 per cent discount; 12 in- 
sertions, 10 per cent. This discount does not 
apply to any space less than *4 page. No 
advertisement of less than one inch taken. 
Special rate for school advertising. 

NEW IDEA WOMAN'S MAGAZINE. 

Monthly. Succeeding New Ideas for 
Woman's Wear, March. 1901. Househo'd and 
Fashions. Illustrated. Established 1896. 
New Idoa Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; guaranteed average circula- 
tion, for four months ending June, 1901, 
61,250*; 96 pages and cover; size of page 
8x11 inches; length of columns, 9^ inches, 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Forms 
close first of second preceding month. Office, 
Times Building. 

Advertising rates, agate. 30 cents a line; 
% page page, one time. $27.50; % pa<ge, $50; 
one page, $100. Minimum space, 5 lines. No 
discounts for time or space. 

NICKELL MAGAZINE. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1892. The Nickell Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
guaranteed circulation exceeding 82,000; 64 
pages, 2 columns: length of columns, 7% 
inches; width. 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 7th of preceding month. Office, 
Park Row Building. 

Advertising rates, ajrnte, 50 cents a line; 
one page, $80; half and quarter pages pro 
rata. Inside cover, per quarter page, $30. 
Discounts: 5 per cent on three months, 10 
per cent on six months, 20 per cent on one 
year. 

See advertisement on page 375. 

NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Monthly. 
Literary. Established 1815. G. B. M. Har- 
vey, editor: A. D. Chandler, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $5; guaranterd circulation, 50,000; 
128 pages, 2 columns; length of columns. 79* 
inches; width. 2 1-3 inches. Forms close 
10th of second preceding month. Office, 11 
Warren street. 

Advertising rates* aga f e, 75 cents ppr line: 
1 page, $100: % and % pages, pro rata.. 10 
per cent extra for position. Discounts, 10 
per cent on three months; 15 per cent on 
six months; 20 per cent on one year. 



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O U T I N G. Monthly. Sport, Travel, 
Adventure and Country Life. Established 
1882. Outing Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $3; claimed circulation, 83,000; 
96 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2 1 /fc inches. Forms close first 
of preceding month. Office, 239 Fifth ave- 
nue. 

Advertising rates, 75 cents per agate line; 
1 inch one month, $10.50; % ptigp, one month, 
$31.25; % page, $62.50; one page, $125. Dis- 
counts: 5, 10 and 15 per cent on 3, 6 and 12 
months, respectively. 

PARAGON MONTHLY.-Establis-hed 1899. 
Paragon Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; guaranteed circulation, 
400,000; 24 to 32 pages; 4 columns; length of 
columns, 14 1-3 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 
Forms close 6th of preceding month. Office, 
German Herold Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.50 a line; no 
discounts. 

See advertisement on pages 404 and 405. 

PARISH VISITOR. Monthly (20th). "Re- 
ligious. Established 1852. Thomas Whit- 
taker, publisher. Subscription, 50 c'ents; 
claimed average circulation, 20,500; 4 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 2 Bible House. 

Advertising rates, a'gate, 25 cents a line. 



PEARSON'S MAGAZINE. Monthly (ap- 
pearing on 15th of each month preceding 
date of issue). Literary. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1899. The Pearson Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed 
minimum circulation, 185,000; 140 pages; 2 
columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, Zy z Inches. Can use matrices. Forms 
close 23d, second preceding month. Office, 
43 E. Nineteenth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 a line; one 
page, $200; one-half, one-quarter and one- 
eighth pages, pro rata. Discounts' of 5 and 
15 per cent on six and twelve insertions, re- 
spectively. Three pages, or 672 lines, 
within one year, 10 per cent discount. 



PENMAN'S ART JOURNAL.-Monthly. 
Penmanship. Established 1877. Ames & 
Rollison Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated 1 circulation, 23,000; 30 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns. 9% inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. Office, 202 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 
No advertisement taken for less than $2. 

PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Literary. Household. Established 1885. F. 
M. Lupton, publisher. Subscription, 35 
cents; claimed average circulation, 430,000; 
20 pages, 4 columns, length of columns, 14*4 
inches; width, 2'i inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 10th of preceding month. 
Office, 23-27 City Hall Place. 

Advertising rates, agate. $1.50 a line. 
Reading notices, set in minion, nonpareil or 
agate, $1.75 pr line, agate measure, for 
space occupied. PEOPLE'S HOME JOUR- 
NAL and GOOD LITERATURE combined, 
$2.50 per line. Reading notices $3 per line, 



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agate, for space occupied. Discounts; 5 per 
cent on 250 lines: 10 per cent on 500 lines; 
15 per cent on 1,000 lines; 20 per cent on 2,000 
lines. 
See advertisement on page 458. 



PHYSICAL CULTURE. Monthly. Estab- 
lished 1898. Physical Culture Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; esti- 
mated circulation, 100,000; 34 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8 inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close 15th preceding 
month. Office, Townpend Building. 

Advertising rates, one inch, per time, $10; 
% page, $37.50; V z page, $75; one page, $150; 
next reading matter, $li5; back cover, $225. 

POPULAR FASHTONS.-Monthiy. Fash- 
ions. Established 1881. Popular Fashion Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed cir- 
culation, 500,000; 24 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 14% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close 15th of preceding month. Office, 
79 Fourth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, $2 a line, per 
time; no discounts for time or space. Read- 
ing notices, set in regular reading type, $3.50 
a line, agate. 

See advertisement on page 448. 

POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY. (25th.) 
Science. Established 1872. McClure, Phil- 
lips & Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
claimed average circulation, 10,500; 112 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 15th, current month. Office, 
141-155 East 25th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 



, . 

page, $25; one page, $50. Discounts: 10, 
and 30 per cent on 3, 6 and 12 months, re 



page, one time, $7: % page, $12.50; % 
, $50. Discounts: 10, 15 
per 
spectively. 

POPULAR SCIENCE NEWS. Monthly. 
Educational and Scientific. Established 1866. 
Lillard & Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$1.60; claimed average circulation, 11,653; 32 
3, 3 columns; length of columns, 10 



Inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 15th 
to 18th of preceding month. Office, 108 Ful- 
ton street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 
1 inch, one time, $3; three months, $9; six 
months, $17; one year, $30. 



POWER. Monthly. Engineering. Estab- 
lished 1881. Power Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $1; guaranteed circula- 
tion, for year ending April, 1901. 30,785; 96 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches: width, 2*4 inches'. Forms close 15th 
preceding month. Office. Pulitzer Building. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one month, $10; 
three months: $20; six months, $35; one 
year. $60: 2 inches, one time, $15; three 
months, $30; one year, $100. 



PRACTICAL DRUGGIST. Monthly. 
Pharmiacentic. Established 1897. Lillard & 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1: estimated 
circulation, 12,000; 28 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns?, 10 Inches; wiclth, 2^4 



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inches. Forms close 20th of preceding 
month. Office, 108 Fulton street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line 
with discounts for consecutive insertions. 
Reading notices, 50 cents a line. One inch, 
one time, $5; three months, $15; six months, 
$25; one year, $46. 

PRACTICAL TEACHER. Monthly, ex- 
cept July and August. Educational. Es- 
tablished 1898. E. L. Kellogg & Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription. 30 cents; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 25,150; 16 pages, 3 columns 1 ; 
length of columns, 11 inches; width, 2^ 
inches. Forms close 10th preceding mouth. 
Office, 61 East 9th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 
Advertising space limited to two pages. 



PREACHER'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Undenominational. Established 1890. Wil- 
bur B. Ketcham, publisher. Subscription, 
$1.50; claimed minimum circulation, 5,000; 
68 pages, 2 columns; length 01' columns, 6% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 7 and 9 
West 18th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
one page $20. Discounts: 10 per cent on 
three months; 15 per cent on six months; 
20 per cent on one year. 



PRIMABY SCHOOL. Monthly, except 
July and August. Educational. Established 
1891. E. L. Kellogg & Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed average circulation, 
24,200; 40 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 11 inches; width, 2*4 inches. Forms 
close 10th preceding month. Office, 61 E. 
Ninth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line. 
Reading notices, brevier solid, 50 cents a 
line. Discounts: 10 per cent on three 
months; 15 per cent on six months; 20 per 
cent on one year. 

PUBLIC HEALTH JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Medical and Sanitary. Established 1886. The 
International Board of Health Journal Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 10,000; 52 pages. Office, 18 East 
17th street. 

Advertising rates 1 on application. 

See advertisement on page 467. 

PUCK'S LIBRARY.-Monthly. Humorous. 
Established 1887. Keppler & Schwa rzmann, 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 60,000; 34 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 10 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close 10th preceding month, Office, 
Houston and Mulberry streets. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 50 cents. 
Discounts: three months, 15 per cent; six 
months, 20 per ceut; one year, 25 per cent, 
Nothing less than three lines. 

QUIVER. Monthly. Literary. Illustrated. 
Established 1887. Cassell & Co.. Ltd.. pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed circula- 
tion, 31,500; 116 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 8*4 inches; width, 2% inches. Of- 
fice, 7 W. Eighteenth street. 



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Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line 
each insertion; ^4 page, one time, $22.50; % 
page, one time, $40; 1 page, one time, $75. 
Discounts: three months, 5 per cent; six 
months, 10 per cent; one year, 20 per cent. 

RAILWAY AND LOCOMOTIVE ENGI- 
NEERING. Monthly. Established 1888. The 
Angus Sinclair Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$2; claimed average circulation, 23,468; 80 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 20th preceding month. Office, 
95 Liberty street. 

Advertising rates, $2.50 per inch; discounts 
for space. 

RECREATION. Monthly. Sporting. Es- 
tablished 1894. G. O. Shields, publisher, 
Subscription, $1; guaranteed circulation, 65,- 
000*; 144 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 
7 inches; width, 2<4 inches. Forms close 
5th of preceding month. Office, 23 W. 
Twenty-fourth street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $16; 
% page, $60; % page, $80; 1 page. $120. Dis- 
counts for six mouths and up. Reading no- 
tices, $1.50 a line. 

REVISTA POPULAR. Monthly. Spanish. 
Literary. Established 1888. J. Beniquez, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 10,000; 8 pages, 11x14. Office, 46 
Vesey street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

RUDDER. Monthly. Yachting. Estab- 
lished 1890. Rudder Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; estimated circu- 
lation, 10,000; 48 pages, 9x12. Office, 9 Mur- 
ray street. 

Advertising rates, 1-16 page, one time, 
$5.75; three months, $11.25; six months, $18.75; 
one year $31.25; % page, one time, #1.25; 
14 page, $22.50; % and 1 page pro rata. 

ST. ANDREW'S CROSS. Monthly. Pro- 
testant Episcopal. Established 1886. Broth- 
erhood of St. Andrew, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed average circulation for year 
1900, 13,480; 24 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 10 inches; width. 2% inches. Forms 
close 20th of preceding month. Office, 281 
Fourth avenue. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents per agate line. 
Discounts: 10 per cent on three months; 
162-3 per cent on six months; 331-3 per cent 
on one year. 

ST. NICHOLAS MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Juvenile. Established 1873. Century Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $3; estimated cir- 
culation, 60,000: 104 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% Inches. 
Forms close one month in advance. Of- 
fice, Union Square. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, ?1 a Une; '4 
page, $40; V 2 page, $80; 1 page, $150. Time 
discounts on request. 

SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1887. Chas. Scrihner's 
SODS, publishers. Subscription, $3; claimed 



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average circulation,, for year 1900, 175,000; 
132 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 
7% inches; width, 2^4 inches. Forms ciose 
1st of preceding month. Office, 153-157 Fifth 
avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.50 a line; *4 
page, one time, $62.50; % page, one time, 
$125; 1 page, one time, $250. Discounts: 5 
per cent on three months; 10 per cent on 
six months; 20 per cent on twlve months. 

SHORT' STORIES. Monthly. Fiction. Es- 
tablished 1890. Current Literature Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2.50; 
estimated circulation, 30,000; 128 pages, 8 
inches long; columns, 2% inches wide. Is- 
sued on 15th of month preceding date of is- 
sue. Forms close on the first. Office, 55 
Liberty street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
1 page, one time, $30; % page, $15; % page, 
$7.50. Discounts: three months, 5 per cent; 
six months, 10 per cent; twelve months, 20 
per cent. 

SILVER CROSS. Monthly. King's Daugh- 
ters. Established as weekly, 1887; changed 
to monthly, 1901. Silver Cross Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; guaran- 
teed circulation, 30,000; 24 to 32 pages, 3 
columns, length of columns, 11 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 156 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 25 cents. Discounts, on 
large contracts. 

SMART SET (The). Monthly (15th). Es- 
tablished 1900. Ess Ess Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription $3; claimed circula- 
tion, 100,000; 160 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Forms close first of preceding month. Of- 
fice, 1135 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 a line; oue 
page, $200; %, >4 and % pages pro rata. 
Nothing less than 7 lines taken. Dis- 
counts: 6 months, 5 per cent; one year, or 
three pages or more, used within one year, 
10 per cent. 



I STRAND MAGAZINE. Month'y Liter- 
ary. International News Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1.20; sworn circularion, i5C,- 

| 000; 120 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 
8Vj inches; width, 2V& inches. Forms c'ose 
30th of second preceding month. Ottk-e, :.!3 
Duane street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25' per line; 
ordinary page, one time, $250; insi'Ie M> verts 
$300; outside back (fourth page), $400. Three 
times or more, 90 cents a line per time. 

SUCCESS. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1897. McGraw-Mardcn Company, 
publishers. Subscription, $1; gun.ro nlt-ed 
circulation, 250,000; 64 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 12 inches; width, -% 
inches. Forms close first of month preced- 
ing date of issue. Office, University BuilU- 



SNAP-SHOTS. Monthly. 
Established. 1901. Snap-Si 



Photographic. 
ts Publ 



lishing 



Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; es- 
timated circulation, 50,000; 32 pages and 
cover, 2 columns; length of columns, 5% 
inches; width, 1% inches. Forms close 25th 
preceding month. Office, Townsend Build- 
ing, 25th street and Broadway. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 445. 

STEAM ENGINEERING. Mjnth'y (15lhl. 
Mechanical. Established 1895. The Indus- 
trial Press, publishers. Subscription. Si; 
claimed circulation, 24,000; 58 DP ires, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 11 inches; i(3th, 
2 1-3 inches. Forms close first of current 
month. Office, 9-15 Murray street. Also pub- 
lishes MACHINERY. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one month, 
$2.50; 48 to 75 inches used within one year. 
$2 per inch; 75 to 150 inches, $1.75: 15) to 250 
inches, $1.65; 250 to 400 inches, $Lc'J, moiv 
than 400 inches, $1.45 per inch. 



ing, Washington Square. 

Advertising rates, agat 
Reading notices, $3 a line. No discount ior 



ertising rates, agate, $1.50 per line. 
ing notice 
time or space. 

SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN. Monthly. In- 
dependent. Biographical. Established l?00. 
Press Biographical Co. (Incorp.), pulilishe/s. 
Subscription, $3; claimed circulation, 10.060; 
80 to 100 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 9 inches; width, 3 inches. Office, 13-21 
Park Row. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 ceius a lim-. 
y page, one time, $15; ^ page, $30; one 
page, $50; Discounts: 3 months. 5 per cent; 
6 mouths, 10 per cent; one year, 20 per ^om:. 

SUNDAY-SCHOOL JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Evangelical. Established 1869. Alethodist 
Book Concern, publishers. Subscription, 60 
cents; guaranteed circulation (Eastern edi- 
tion only), 101,000; 52 pages, 2 col urn-is; 
length of columns, 7% inches; width, 2'/4 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms dose 
first of second preceding month. Office, i50 
Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate (for Eastern edi- 
tion only), $1 per line. Discounts: 10 per 
cent on three months; 15 per cent on six 
mouths; 25 per cent on one year; fourth 
page of cover, $1 a line each time. 



TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. M o n t h 1 y , 
mittin-g July and August. Educational. 
Established 1878. E. L. Kellogg & Co., pub- 



omittin-g July and August. Educational. 
Established 1878. E. L. Kellogg & Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; claimed average 



circulation, 35,550; 52 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 11 inches; width, 2^4 
inches. Forms close 10th preceding month. 
Office, 61 East Ninth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line; 
three months, 10 per cent; six months, 15 
per cent; one year, 20 per cent discount. 
Reading notices, brevier, 70 cents per line. 

TEACHERS' WORLD. Monthly (except 
July and August). Educational. Estab- 
lished 1890. Bemis Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circula- 
tion, 45,000; 48 pages, and 8 page supple- 
ment, 3 columns; length of columns, 11 
inches; width, 2 1-3 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Forms close 15th of the month. Of- 
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Advertising rates, agate, 18 cents a line; 
% page, -first and last outside cover, $25; 
Yz page, $50; 1 page, $100 each, insertion. 

See advertisement on page 496. 

TOILETTES. Monthly. Fashions. Es- 
tablished 1881. The Toilettes Co. (Inc.), 
publishers. Subscription, $2.50; guaranteed 
average circulation, 35,000; 34 pages, and 
cover, 4 columns; length of columns, 14% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 15th of second preceding 
month. Office, 26 East 22d street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 
Discounts, 10 per cent on six months, 20 
per cent on one year. 

TRAINED NURSE AND HOSPITAL RE- 
VIEW. Monthly. Established 1887. Lake- 
side Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; claimed circulation, 12,500; 80 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 7% inches; 
width, 2Vz inches. Forms close 20th of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 1123 Broadway. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents per agate line: 
1 page, $30. Discount: 5, 10 and 20 per 
cent for three, six and twelve months. 

TRUTH. Monthly. Artistic. Literary. 
Established 1886. Truth Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2.50; claimed circulation, 52,- 
650; 48 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 
11% inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 
1st of preceding month. Office, Nineteenth 
street and Fourth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line 
each time, (minimum space, 7 lines), one 
page, in colors, inside, $275; back cover, 
lithographed in six colors, $400. Discounts, 
20 per cent on column or more, to be used 
within one year. 

UNIQUE MONTHLY. Monthly. Literary. 
Established as Penny Magazine, 1898. Name 
changed, 1901, Unique Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription. 50 cents; guaranteed 
circulation exceeding 100,000; 44 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 2i,i inches. Forms close 12th pre- 
ceding month. Office, Temple Court. 

Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents a line. 
Reading notices, $1.25 a line. No discount 
for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 371. 

VALKYRIAN. Monthly. Swedish. Illus- 
trated. Literary. Established 1897. 
Claimed circulation, 11,000; 2 columns: 
length of columns, 8 Inches: width. 2 1-6 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 108 Park 
Row. 

Advertising rates, % page, one year, $75; 
% P a ge, $135; full page, one year, $250. 

VANITY FAIR. Monthly. Literary and 
Pictorial. Established 1896. Vanity . Fair 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 70,000; 68 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8 inches: width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 
first of preceding month. Office, 116 Nassau 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 
one page, $50; % page, $25; % page, $12.50. 



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WELCOME FRIEND. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1882. Nason Pub. Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed 
circulation, 100,000, 8 pages, 5 columns; 
length of columns, 16% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 25th 
of preceding month. Office, 156 Nassau 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 60 cents. 

WERNER'S MAGAZINE.-Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1879. Edgar S. Werner Publishing 
and Supply Co., (Inc.) publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; claimed circulation, 18,000; 110 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 20th 
of preceding mopth. Office, 43 E. Nine- 
teenth street. 

Advertising rates, $3.50 per inch per 
mouth; % page, $10; l / 2 page, $18; one page, 
$30. Discounts, 10, 15, and 20 per cent on 3, 
6 and 12 months respectively. 

WESTCHESTER HOME LIFE. Monthly, 
Established 1901. Thos. H. Davis, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; estimated circulation, 25,- 
000. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 

WOMAN'S HOME MISSIONS. Monthly. 

Methodist Episcopal. Established 1884. 
Mary Belle Evans, publisher. Subscription, 
35 cents; claimed circulation, 17,000; 24 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns. 9 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 150 Fifth 
avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line: 
10 per cent discount on three months; 20 
per cent on six months; 30 per cent on one 
year. 

WOMAN'S PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT. 
Monthly, (30th). Health. Established 1900. 
Physical Culture Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 0,000; 
48 pages, 2 columns; width of columns, 2% 
inches. Office, 25th street & Broadway. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $5; 
*/4 pnge, $19.75; one page, $75. 

WOMAN'S WORK FOR WOMAN.- 

Monthly. Missions. Established 1885. 
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the 
Presbyterian Church, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; guaranteed average circula- 
tion, for year 1900, 20.000; 32 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8 inches; width, 
2V 2 inches. Forms close 15th preceding 
month. Office, 156 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents per line: l /4 
page, $11: % page. $22: 1 page. $40. Dis- 
counts: 3 months, or 250 lines 10 per cent; 
6 months. 15 per cent; one year, 20 per cent; 
500 lines, 25 per cent; 1,000 lines, 30 per cent. 

WORLD MONTHLY. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1893. Press Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription. 50 cents; guaranteed 
circulation, 125,000; 32 pages, 4 columns: 
length of columns, 15 inches; width. 2 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 27th 
preceding month. Office, 53-63 Park Row. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents a line. 



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WORLD'S WORK, (The). Monthly (20th). 
Literary. Political, Social and Economic 
Review. Established 1900. Doubleday, 
P-age & Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
estimated circulation, 50,000; 100 pages, 2 
columns; pages, 5%x8 inches. Office, 34 
Union Square, East. 

Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents a line; 
% page, one time, $15; & page, $25; % page, 
$45; one page, $90. Discounts, 3 months, 6 
per cent; 6 months, 10 per cent; one year, 
20 per cent. 

WORLD-WIDE MISSIONS. Monthly, ex- 
cept July and August. Methodist. Estab- 
lished 1888. Board of Missions of the Metho- 
dist Episcopal Church, publishers. Sub- 
scription, 25 cents; claimed circulation ex- 
ceeding 225,000; 16 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns, 10 inches. Forms close 10th of 
preceding month. Office, 150 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, 75 cents per agate linr-. 
Discounts: 500 lines, used within one year, 5 
per cent; 1,000 lines, 10 per cent. Time dis- 
counts: 5 months, 5 per cent; 10 months, 
10 per cent. 

YOUNG'S MAGAZINE.-Monthly. See 
New Orleans, La. 

FUR, FIN AND FEATHER. Bi-Monthly. 

Sporting. Established 1868. Charles Suydam, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 8,000; 160 pages, 6x9. Office, 114 
Warren street. 
Advertising rates on application. 

POCKET MAGAZINE. Bi-Monthly. Is- 
sued Feb, April, June, August, Oct. and 
Dec. Fiction, Humor, Literary News. Es- 
tablished 1895. Frederick A. Stokes Co.. 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; sworn 
average circulation, for year 1900, 24,185*; 
254 pages one column; length of column, 6% 
inches; width, 4% inches. Forms close 3d 
of month preceding date of issue. Can use 
matrices. Office, 5-7 East 16th street. 

Advertising rates, % page, one time, $15; 
one page, $25; inside cover, $36; outside 
cover, $60; page facing inside cover, $30; 
facing contents, $30. Discounts, 10 per cent 
on six insertions. 

OSWEGO 

PALLADIUM. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY. Fridays. Demo- 
cratic. Established, daily, 1861; weekly, 
1819. Palladium Printing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $6; claimed circulation, 
3,500; weekly, $1; circulation, 4,300; 8 pages, 
1 7 columns, length of columns, 19% inches; 
weekly, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, one 
inch one year, $25. One month, 25 per cent; 
three months, 40 per cent; six months, 66 2-3 
per cent of yearly rate. E. O. D., %, 2 
times a week, 60 per cent; one time a week, 
40 per cent of daily rate. Reading notices, 
10 cents a line. Weekly, 1 inch, one year, 
$15. 

TIMES. Every evening, except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fri- 



NEW YORK 



days. Republican. Established 1843. Oswe- 
go Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $6; claimed circulation, 2,750: semi- 
weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 5,000; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 214 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, per 
inch, one time, 40 cents; one week, $2; one 
month, $4; three months, $8.50; six months, 
$15, one year $25. E. O. D., % daily monthly 
rates. Special notices or special places ex- 
tra. Locals 10 cents per line per time. 
Semi- weekly, 1 inch, 50 cents; one month. 
$3; three mouths, $7.50; one year, $20; 2 
inches, $35. 

PORT JERVIS 

GAZETTE. Every evening, except Sun- 
day and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Democratic. Established 1869. 
Gazette Publishing Co|, publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 
2,450; serai- weekly, $1.50; claimed circula- 
tion, 4.425; daily, 4. semi-weekly, 8 pages; 
daily, 9, semi-weekly, 6 columns; length of 
columns, daily, 22, semi- weekly, 20 inches; 
width. 214 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 60 cents; one week, $1.60; one month, 
$3.40; three months, $7.80; six months, $11.80; 
one year, $17; 2 inches, one year, $25. Locals, 
10 cents a line first time, 5 cents after. 
Classified advertisements, 10 cents a line, 
with discounts. Daily and semi-weekly 
combined, double rates. Daily and one time 
a week in semi-weekly, % more than daily 
rate. 

NEW YORK FARMER. Every Thursday. 
Agricultural. Established 1881. The Tri- 
States Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed circulation, 24,500; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2 3-16 inches. Forms close Saturday 
of preceding week. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 15 cents; 
one mohth, 13% cents; three months, 12 
cents; six months, 10% cents; one year, 9 
cents per line each insertion. Reading no- 
tices, minion, 25 cents a line. 



POUGHKEEPSIE 

NEWS-PRESS. Every morning except 
Sunday, and NEWS-TELEGRAPH, Satur- 
days. Democratic. Established, daily, 1852; 
weekly, 1823. Poughkeepsie News Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6; estimated 
circulation, 4,000; weekly, $2; estimated cir- 
culation, 7,000; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch one time, 
75 cents; one week. $2.30; one month. $5.65; 
three months, $12; six months, $19.50; one 
year, $30. Classified advertisements, 25 
cents for five lines or $1 a week. Reading 
notices, 10 and 20 cents a line. Weekly, 1 
inch, one time, $1.50; one month, $4.15; three 
months, $10.15; six months, $18.15; one year, 
$28.50. Reading notices in weekly, 10 and 
'> cents a line. Solid metal cuts required. 



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NEW YORK 



STAR. Every evening except Sunday. Re- 
publican. Established 1889. R. J. Maloney, j 
publisher. Subscription, $3; claimed circu- 
lation, 3,500; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, 60 
cents; one week, $1.50; one month, '$3.75 
three months, $8; six months, $14.50; one 
year, $2u. E. O. D., % of daily rate. Clas- 
sified advertisements, 1 cent a word. Local 
notices, brevier, 10 cents a line, first time; 
8 cents after; by the month 7 cents a line. 

SUNDAY COURIER.-Every Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established 1872. A. G. Tobey, 
publisher. Subscription, $2; estimated cir- 
culation, 8,000; 14 pages, 7 columus; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width, 2 l /4 inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, one 
time, $1; one month, $2.50; three months, 
$5.75; six months. $9; one year, $15: 3 inches, 
three months, $11.75; one year, $32. Local 
notices, 12 cents; one mouth, 10 cents; one 
year, 8 cents per line each insertion. 

Also issues an edition on Monday. 

ROCHESTER 

DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE. Every 
morning, and WEEKLY. Wednesdays. Re- 
publican. Established 1832. Rochester Print- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, dally, $6; 
sworn average circulation, for year 1900, 
30,284; (Sunday, for same period, 21.273); 
weekly, $1; sworn average circulation, 12.300; 
daily. 12 to 16 weekly, 12 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 16 cents a 
line; two times, 14 cents; three times, 13 
cents; one week, 11 cents; one month, 7 
cents; three months, 6 cents: six months, 
4% cents; one year, 4 cents. Open space, 
used within one year, 500 lines, 11 cents a 
line; 1,000 lines, 9 cents; 1,500 lines, 8 cents: 
2.000 lines. 7 cents; 3,000 lines, 6 cents; 5,000 
lines, 5% cents; 10,000 lines, or more, 5 cents 
a line. Special line rates for E. O. D., etc. 
Classified advertisements, 1 cent a word. 
Reading notices 20 cents a line. Sunday. 18 
cents a line; one month, 12 cents; three 
months, 7% cents: six months, 6 cents; one 
year, 5 cents a line per time. Weekly, 16 
cents a line, one month, 12 cents; three 
months, 6 cents; six months, 4 1-3 cents; 
one year, 3 1-2 cents per line, per time.. 

EVENING TIMES. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1887. 
Press News Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; claimed average circulation, 
12,641; 10 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20% inches: width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 36 State street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per square of 
10 lines, one time, $1: one week, $3; one 
month, $8; three months, $18; six months, 
$30; one year, $50. Special rates for E. O. 
D., etc. Open space used within one year, 
500 lines, 8 cents a line: 1,000 lines, 5 cents; 
5.000 lines, 4 cents; 10,000 lines, 3 cents; 
20.000 lines and over, 2% cents a line. 
Classified. 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 
12, 20 and 50 cents a line. 



HORNING HERALD. Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, SUNDAY HERALD, Sunday, 
Daily, Democratic; Sunday, Independent. 
Established i879. Rochester Herald Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $6; sworn 
average circulation, for year 1900, 15,653* 
(Sunday, i.50; sworn average circulation, 
for same period, 8,704*); daily, 12 to 20 
pages; Sunday, 20 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width, 2V& inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 30-32 Exchange 
streot. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 15 cents 
a line; one week, 9 cents; one month, 6 
cents; three months, 4% cents; six months, 
3 cents; one year, 2% cents a line, per time. 
Open space, used within one year, 500 lines, 
daily, 6 cents; Sunday, 5 cents; 1,000 lines, 
daily, 5 cents; Sunday, 4% cents; 5,000 lines, 
daily, 3 cents; Sunday, 2% cents; and so on 
to 25,000 lines daily,' 2 cents; Sunday, 1% 
cents per line. Reading notices, 15 cents 
per line; Sunday only, 12 cents a line; one 
month, 9 cents; three months, 6 cents; six 
months, 5 cents; one year, 3 cents per line 
per time; special position, 10 to 50 per cent 
extra. 



POST-EXPRESS. Every evening, ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. 
Republican. Established 1862. Post-Ex- 
press Printing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $6; sworn average circulation, 
15,144; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 
5,000; 12 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 21 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 93 Main street, East. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 15 cents 
a line; two times, 25 cents; six times, 50 
cents; one month, $1.20; three mouths, $2.70; 
six months, $4.50; one year, $7.50 a line. E. 
O. D., one month, 75 cents; three months, 
$1.65; six months, $2.70; one year, $4.50 a 
line. Classified advertisements, 1 cent a 
word. Reading notices, 20 cents a line. 
Special location, 25 and 50 per cent extra. 
Weekly. 1 inch, one week, $1.82; one month, 
$'6.20; three months, $7.80; six months, $13; 
one year, $21.80. Reading and special no- 
tices, same as in dally. 



UNION AND ADVERTISER. E very 
evening, except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 1826. 
Union and Advertiser Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6; sworn average circula- 
tion for year 1900, 19,197*; weekly, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 1,500; 10 to 24 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20% inches; 
width, 2 3-16 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 25 cents a 
line; six times, 8 cents; twelve times, 7 
cents; twenty-six times, 6 cents; thirty- 
nine times, 5% cents: fifty -two times, 5 
cents; seventy-eight times, 4% cents; one 
hundred and four times, 4 cents; one hun- 
dred and fifty-six times, 3 cents a line. 
Special positions extra. Classified adver- 
tisements. 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 
15, 20 and 50 cents a line. Weekly. 10 cents 
a line, one time; one mouth, 22 cents; three 
months, 50 cents; six months, 80 cents; one 
year $1.20 a line. Reading notices, 10 cents. 



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STAR. Every Saturday and Sunday. Sil- 
ver Democratic. Established 1889. Maurice 
F. Danihy, publisher. Subscription, $1.50; 
estimated circulation, 10,000; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 22 inches; width, 
2 3-16 inches. Issues also a SATURDAY 
COUNTRY EDITION. 

Advertising rates on application. 

EDUCATIONAL GAZETTE. Monthly, 

(except July and August). Educational. Es- 
tablished" 1885. Educational Gazette Pub- 
lishing Co. (Incorp.), publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed circulation, 20,000; 56 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 20th pre- 
ceding^ -month. Office, Chamber of Com- 
merce Building. 

Advertising rates, $1.60 per inch; one- 
fourth page, $7; one-half page, $10; one page, 
$20. Discounts, 10 per cent on three 
months; 15 per cent on five months; 25 per- 
cent on ten months. 

See advertisement on page 476. 

GREEN'S FRUIT GROWER. Monthly. 
Orchard, Garden and Nursery. Established 
1881. J. Clinton Peet, business manager. 
Subscription, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 
80,000; 12 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20V.2 inches; width, 2V4 inches. Forms 
close 15th preceding month. Office, South 
and Highland avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 
(Rates advance Nov. 1, 1901, to 40 cents a 
line.) 

MAN WITH THE HOE. Monthly (20th). 
Short stories and Humorous. Established 
1900. Hoe Publishing- Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; guaranteed average cir- 
culation, for 1901, 10,000; 32 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 9 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates $1, an inch per time; 
one page, $18; ^4 and % pages, pro rata. No 
discounts for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 435. 

VIC K'S ILLUSTRATED FAMILY 
MAGAZINE. Monthly. Horticultural and 
Household. Established 1878. Vick Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimed circulation, 35,000; 32 pages, 
and cover; 4 columns; length of columns, 11 
inches; width, 2*4 inches. Forms close first 
of preceding month. Office, Triangle Build- 
ing. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
discounts: 5 per cent on three months; 10 
per cent on six months; 15 per cent on one 
year. 

ROME 

SENTINEL. Every evening, except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Independent Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1821. Rome Sentinel Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $5; sworn average 
circulation, for three months, ending March 
31. 1901, 3,248*; semi-weekly, $1.50; sworn 
circulation, 5,003*; 6 pages, 7 columns; semi- 



NEW YORK 



weekly, 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 2114 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 75 cents per inch; 
$2, one week; $5, one month; $10, three 
months; $18, six months; $30 per year. E. 
O. p., two-thirds of daily rates. Reading 
notices, 75 cents for 5 lines; 10 cents each 
additional line first insertion. Semi-weekly, 
1 inch, one week, $1.50; one month; $3.75; 
three months, $7; six months, $12; one year, 

SCHENECTADY 

GAZETTE. Every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. 
Established, daily, 1894: weekly, 1869. Daily 
Gazette Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $3; claimed average circulation, 6,989; 
weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 500; 6 to 
8 pages; daily, 7, weekly, 7 columns; length 
of columns, daily, 20, weekly, 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, 30 cents; one month, 20 
cents; three months and over, 14 cents per 
time. Special positions extra. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents per count line; last page, 12 
cents. 

UNION. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY. Tuesdays and Fri- 
days. Republican. Established 1865. James 
H. Callanan, publisher. Subscription, 
daily, $6; claimed circulation, 4,296; semi- 
weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 4,063; 8 to 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20% 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, or semi-weekly, 
10 cents per inch each Insertion for six 
months or longer. Rates for shorter period 
quoted on application. Classified ads., 1 
cent a word (minimum 15 cents). Local 
notices, brevier, leaded, 25 cents a line. 
Reading notices, brevier, solid, 10 cents a 
line. Business notices, nonpareil, 5 cents a 
line. Position extra. 



SOUTH BYRON 

HINTS. Monthly except July and Au- 
gust. School, Church and Home entertain- 
ments. Established 1899. A. W. Hatch, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 5,000; 20 to 24 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8 inches; width, 
2V 2 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 

SYRACUSE 

EVENING HERALD. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. In- 
dependent. Established, daily, 1877; Sunday, 
1880. The Herald Co., publishers. SubscrifJ- 
tion, aaily, $5; sworn average circulation 
for nine months ending April 30th, 1901, 
29,096*; Sunday, $2; sworn average circula- 
tion, for same period, 26,047*; 12 to 16 pages 
(Sunday 32 pages), 7 columns: length of col- 
umns, 20 inches; width, 2 1-16 inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 317-321 S. Warren 
street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 12% cents 
a line; six times, 7 cents; one month, 5 



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cents; three months, 4 cents; six months, 
SY2 cents; one year, 3 cents a line. 3 t. a. 
w., 2-3 of daily rate. Special positions extra. 
Classified advertisements, % cent a word. 
Reading notices, 35 cents a line, with 
discounts on 100 lines and over. SUNDAY, 
12% cents a line; one month, 9 cents; three 
months, 8 cents; six mouths, 7 cents; one 
year, 6 cents a line. Reading notices, same 
as in daily. 

EVENING TELEGRAM. Every evening 
except Sunday. Democratic. Established 
1857. Courier Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $6; estimated circulation (3 
afternoon editions), 20,000; 8 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
2 3-16 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 237 
E. Genesee street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

JOURNAL. Every evening except Sunday 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Wednesdays, and Sat- 
urdays. Republican. Established 1829. Syr- 
acuse Journal Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $5; sworn average circulation 
for three months ending Dec. 31, 1900, 13,140*; 
semi-weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 4,000; 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, Journal Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 10 cents a 
line; 6 times 8 cents; 13 times, 7 cents; 26 
times, 6 cents; 52 times, or 500 lines, 5 cents; 
78 times, 4 cents; 1,000 lines. 3% cents; 150 
times or more, or 2,000 lines, 3 cents; 5,000 
lines, i% cents; 10,000 lines and over, 2 
cents a line. No adv. taken for less than 
7 lines. Position, 10 to 25 per cent extra. 
Reading notices per count line, 20 cents; 6th 



page, 25 cents; first page, 35 cents. Cla 
fied ads, 1 cent a word first time, % cent 
after (minimum, 25 cents). Semi-weekly, 60 
cents per inch; on contracts, 40 cents; 100 
inches or more, 50 per cent discount. Read- 
ers and classified advs., same as in daily. 



POST-STANDARD. Every morning and 
semi-weekly, Mondays and Thursdays, Re- 
publican. Established 1829. Post-Standard 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; sworn average circulation, 18,843"; 
(Sunday, 13,643*); semi-weekly, $1; sworn 
average circulation, 13,203; daily, 12 to 16, 
semi-weekly, 8 to 12, Sunday, 20 pages; 
7 columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
136 E. Genesee street. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily and Sun- 
day, one Inch, or more, 12 cents a line; 6 
times, 7 cents; twelve times, 6 cents; one 
.month, 5% cents; three months, 4%, cents; 
six months, 3% cents; one year, 3 cents, 
a line per time. Special line rates for 
e. o. d., etc. Open space used within one 
year, 1,000 lines, 8 cents a line; l.bOO lines, 
7y 2 cents; 2,000 lines, 7 cents; 3,000 lines, 
6 cents; 5,000 lines, 4% cents; 10,000 lines, 
3% cents a line; position extra. Classified 
advertisements, 1 cent a word. Reading 
notices, 25 cents per c#unt line; over 500 
lines, 20 cents; telegraphic or local readers, 



NEW YORK 



40 cents a line; semi-weekly (two issues). 
12 cents a line. One month, 10 cents; 3 
months, 8 cents; 6 months, 6 cents; one 
year, 4 cents a line per time. 

NORTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.- 
Every Wednesday. Methodist Episcopal. 
Established 1840. Eaton & Mains, publish- 
ers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed circulation 
exceeding 8,000; 16 to 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 214 
inches. Office, University Block. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
discounts, 10 per cent on one month; 15 per 
cent on two months; 20 per cent on three 
months; 30 per cent on six months; 50 per 
cent on one year. Business reading notices, 
15 cents per agate line. 

AMERICAN POULTRY ADVOCATE. 
Monthly. Poultry. Established 1892. Clar- 
ence C. De Puy, publisher. Subscription, 
25 cents; guaranteed average circulation 
for 1901, 25,000; 24 to 48 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, lO 1 ^- inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 314 East Onondago street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
no discounts. Smallest space, 3 lines. 

SCHOOL BULLETIN. Monthly. Educa- 
tional. Established 1874. C. W. Bardeen, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; estimated circu- 
lation, 15,000; 24 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 11% inches; width, 2 inches. Forms 
close 28th preceding month. Office, 406 S. 
Franklin street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 20 cents, 
one time; 50 cents three months, $2 one 
year; 1 inch, one time, $2; three months, 
$5.50; six months, $10; one year, $18. 

TROY 

EVENING STANDARD. Every afternoon 
except Sunday. Independent. Established 
1877. Evening Standard Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $6; estimated circula- 
tion, 8,000; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of 
columns, 24 inches; width, 2% inches. Caii 
use matrices. Office, Franklin Square. 

Advertising rates on application. 

PRESS. Every afternoon except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. 
Established 1868. H. O'R. Tucker, publisher. 
Subscription, daily, $6; estimated circula- 
tion, 8,000; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 
10,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, Fourth 
and Fulton streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, per line, 
15 cents; 50 Inches or more, 40 cents an 
inch; 200 inches, 1-5 off; 500 inches 1-4 off; 
1,000 inches, 1-3 off. Reading notices, 35 
and 30 cents a line, with discounts. Classi- 
fied advertisements, 1 cent a word. Weekly, 
one-fifth discount from daily rates. 

See advertisement on page 377. 

RECORD. Every morning and evening 
except Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Wed- 
nesdays and Saturdays. Established as 
Post, i812, semi-weekly, 1896. Republican. 
The Troy Record Co., publishers. Subscrip- 



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tion, morning, $5; evening, $3; guaranteed 
circulation, 10,300; semi-weekly, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 8,000; 4 to 12 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2 3-16 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, morning and 
evening, 6 cents a line; 1,000 lines within 
one year, 4 cents a line; 2,500 lines, 3% 
cents; 5,000 lines, 3 cents; 7,500 lines, 2V 2 
cents; 10,000 lines, 2 cents. Classified ads, 1 
cent a word. Reading notices, 15 cents a 
line. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days. Republican. Established 1851. Charles 
S. Francis, publisher. Subscription, daily, 
$6; claimed circulation, 17,716; semi-weekly, 
$1; claimed circulation, 10,620; 6 pages, 8 
columns; length of columns, 27 inches; 
width, 2 l /4, inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
Broadway and Third street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 15 cents 
per line, for first; subsequent insertions, 
6*4, cents; 1 inch, one year, $80. Classified 
advertisements, 10 cents a line. Reading 
notices, 15 cents a line with discounts for 
500 lines or more. Cuts, % extra. Semi- 
weekly, one inch, one time, $1.75; 4 times, 
$4.38; 9 times, $8.75; 13 times, $10.20; 26 times, 
$20.40; 52 times, $30.60; 104 times, $51. Cuts 
% extra. 

See advertisement on page 382. 



NORTHERN BUDGET. Every Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1797. C. L. Mac- 
Arthur & Son, publishers. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 32,900; 20 to 24 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21^ inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice, Budget Building, 16 Third street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per 
line. Local specials, 50 cents per line. Read- 
ing notices, 25 to 40 cents a line. Classified 
ads, first page, 10 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 447. 

OBSERVER. Every Sunday. Democratic. 
Established 1877. M. F. Collins, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; estimated circulation, 8,000; 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 285-9 River street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 Inch, one 
time, run of paper, 50 cents, 75 cents and 
$1. according to location; 1 inch, one year, 
$25; 2 inches, one year, $40; 3 inches, $55. 
Classified advertisements, 1 cent a word. 
Reading notices, 15 to 50 cents per line. 
Special rates on long time orders. 

SUNDAY NEWS. Every Sunday. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1894. Frank G. Ma- 
comber, editor; The Sunday News Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 6,800; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21% inches;' width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 1 Clinton Place, Broad- 
way. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch. Read- 
ing notices. 10 and 15 cents a line. Classi- 
fied advertisements, 1 cent a word. 



NEW YORK 



THE VATICAN AND THE CATHOLIC 
STAR. See Albany, N. Y. 

UTICA 

HERALD-DISPATCH. Every evening. 
Republican. Established as Herald, 1793. Uti- 
ca Tribune Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$6; estimated circulation, 9,000; 8 pages, 8 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2^ inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

OBSERVER. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays. Democratic. Established, daily, 
1848; weekly, 1816. E. P. Bailey & Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6; sworn cir- 
culation, 8,944; semi- weekly, $1; claimed cir- 
culation. 10,400; 8, 10 and 12 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 22 inches; width, 
2V4 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
$1; one week, $4.50; one month, $11.25; three 
months, $27; six mouths, $45; one year, $60. 
E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rates. Reading notices 
15 and 20 cents a line. Classified advertise- 
ments, 1 cent a word. Semi-weekly, 1 inch, 
one time, $1; one month, $3.25; three months, 
$8.50; six months, $15; one year, $20. Two 
insertions a week, 50 per cent additional. 
Readers, 15 cents a line. 



PRESS. Every morning except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Independent. Established 1882. Otto A. 
Meyer, publisher. Subscription, daily, $6; 
sworn average circulation for one year 
ending May 31, 1901, 12,590*; semi-weekly, 
$1; sworn average circulation for same 
period, 9,500*: 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 2y a 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, 7 cents a 
line; one week, 6 cents; one month, 4 cents; 
three months, 3^ cents; six months, 2% 
cents; one year, 2 cents a line per time. 
Open space used within one year, 250 lines, 
6y 2 cents; 500 lines, 6 cents; 1,000 lines, 5% 
cents; 3,000 lines, 4^ cents; 5,000 lines, 4 
cents; 10,000 lines, 3^. cents a line. Reading 
notices, 20 and 30 cents a line. Semi- Weekly, 
7 cents a line; one month, 6 cents; three 
months, 4 cents; six months, 3 cents; one 
year, 2 cents a line per time. Reading 
notices, 15 and 20 cents a line. Classified 
ads, 1 cent a word. 

SATURDAY GLOBE. Every Saturday. 
Independent. Established 1881. William T. 
Baker, publisher. Subscription, $2; claimed 
average circulation, 107,453; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21 inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 
one week in advance. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line. 
Reading notices, $1 a count line each inser- 
tion; no discounts. 

SUNDAY JOURNAL. Every Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established 1894. Journal Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
estimated circulation, 9,000; 16 pages, 7 col- 



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umns; length of columns, 22 inches; width, 
2% Inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents a line; 
one month, 5 cents; three months, 4 cents; 
six months, 3 cents; one year, 2y 2 cents a 
line per time; position extra. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents a line. 

SUNDAY TRIBUNE. Every Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established 1877. Utica Sunday 
Tribune Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
estimated circulation, 8,000; 16 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 



Y DRYCH. Every Thursday. Welsh. In- 
dependent Republican. Established 1851. T. 
J. Griffiths, publisher. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 12,000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of couimns, 20 inches; width, 
2*4 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $3.25; three months, $7; six 
months, $12; one year, $20. Reduced rates on 
larger space, reading notices, 15 cents a 
line. 



CAMBRIAN.-Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1880. T. J. Griffiths, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 6,000; 64 
pages, 7x10; width of columns, 2^ inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line, 
% page, $5; y z page, $7.50; one page, $10. 
Discounts, 30 per cent on three insertions 
within one year; 40 per cent on six inser- 
tions, 55 per cent on twelve insertions. 

MONTHLY POST. Monthly. Literary: 
Established 1900. The Monthly Post Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; estimat- 
ed circulation, 125,000; 16 pages. 4 columns; 
length of columns, 15^4 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, agate 50 cents a line. 

WALTON 

REPORTER. Every Saturday. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1882. Reporter Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; claimed average 
circulation, 6,086; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width. 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 



WATERTOWN 

STANDARD. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Wednesdays and 



Saturdays. Republican. Established 1894. 
Standard Publishing Co.. publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 5.4CO; 



semi-weekly, $1.50; claimed circulation, 5,100; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2'4 inches. 

Also publishes Richville N. Y. RE- 
CORDER; circulation, 1,500, and Phila- 



NEW YORK 



delphia, N. Y. BUDGET MONITOR; cir- 
culation, 1,000. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $1.75; one mouth, 
$5; three months, $10; six months, $16; one 
year, $25. Classified advertisements, 1 cent 
a word. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rates. SEMI- 
WEEKLY, 1 inch, one week, 75 cents; one 
month, $2.25; three months, $6.50; six months, 
$12.50; one year, $18. Reading notices, bre- 
vier, 10 cents a line. 



TIMES. Every evening except Sunday 
and REFORMER AND TIMES, twice a 
week, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Repub- 
lican. Established, daily, 1860; weekly, 1850. 
The Brockway Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $6; claimed circulation, 6,200; semi- 
weekly, $2; claimed circulation, 5,500; 8 
pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 20^ 
inches; width, 2y s inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 75 cents; one week, $2; one month, $5; 
three months, $10; six months, $17.50; one 
year, $26.50. E. O. D., two-thirds of daily 
rates. Special positions extra. Semi-weekly, 
1 inch, one time, 50 cents; one mouth, (8 
times), $4; three months, $8; six months, 
$14; one year, $20. Reading notices, 5 cents 
a line, count, with discounts on 100 lines or 
more. 



WHITE PLAINS 

HOME LIFE. Monthly. (See New York 
City). 



YONKERS 

HERALD. Every evening except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1846. A. P. Xavier, 
publisher. Subscription, $6; guaranteed 
average circulation, 4,791; 6 and 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2^ inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents a line; 
one week, 5 cents; one month, 3 cents; 
three months, 2^4 cents; six months, 1% 
cents; one year, 1 cent. Open space used 
within one year, 500 lines, 5 cents a line; 
1,000 lines, 4% cents; 1,500 lines, 3% cents; 
2,000 lines, 3% cents; 5,000 lines, 2% cents. 
Reading notices, nonpareil, 2 cents a word; 
brevier, 3 cents. 

STATESMAN. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Republican. Established 1883. Yon- 
kers Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $6; claimed circulation. 3,500; 6 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21^4 inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, $1; one week, $4; one month, $10; three 
months, $20; six months, $32; one year, $45. 
E. O. D., two-thirds of daily rates: special 
position, 25 per cent extra; double columns, 
50 per cent extra. Reading notices, two and 
three cents a word. Nothing less than $1 
per insertion. 



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CHARLOTTE 

OBSERVER. Every morning, and SEMI- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Demo- 
cratic. Established, daily, 1886; weekly, 
1891. -Caldwell & Tompkins, publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $8; guaranteed circula- 
tion, 4,000; semi-weekly, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 3,500; 8 to 16 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2 1-6 
inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
$1; one week, $3.50; one month, $10; three 
months, $24; six months, $42; one year, $72. 
Special positions, extra. Classified advertise- 
ments, 10 cents a line. E. O. D., two-thirds 
of daily rates. Reading notices, 20 cents a 
line first time; 12 cents for each subsequent 
consecutive insertion. Semi-weekly, 1 inch, 
one time, $1; one month, $2.50; three months, 
$5; six months, $8; one year, $12; 2 inches, 
one year, $18; 3 inches, $22. 



NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY TIMES-DEMOCRAT, 
Mondays and Thursdays. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1888. W. C. Dowd, publisher. Sub- 
scription, daily, $4; sworn average circula- 
tion for year 1900, 3,085*; semi-weekly, $1; 
sworn average circulation for same period, 
4,062*; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns, daily, 18; semi-weekly, 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, $1; one week, $2.50; one month, $6; 
three months. $12; six months, $20; one year, 
$30. E. O. D., two-thirds of daily rates. 
Classified advertisements, 1 cent a word. 
Semi- weekly, 1 Inch one time, $1; one month, 
$2.50; three months, $5; six months, $8; one 
year, $12, one time a week. For both issues 
semi-weekly, add one-half to these rates. 

CHARLOTTE MEDICAL JOURNAL 
(The). Monthly (15th). Medical. Established 
1891. Drs. Register and Montgomery, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2.50; claimed average 
circulation, 9,000; 164 pages, 2 columns; size 
of page, 6x9. 

Advertising rates, % page, one time, $15; 
three months, $30; six mouths, $40; one 
year, $60; % .page, one time, $18; one year, 
$100; Vz page, one time, $25; one year, $175; 
one page, one time, $36; one year, $300. 

GREENSBORO 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Wed- 
nesday. Methodist Episcopal, South. Estab- 
lished 1855. Christian Advocate Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns. 14 inches; width, 2& 
inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 50 
cents; one month, $3; three months, $7; 
six months, $12; one year, $20; two inches, 
one year, $35; three inches, $50. 

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KITTRELL 

STRAWBERRY SPECIALIST.-Monthly. 
Fruit Culture. Established 1897. O. W. 
Blacknall, Jr., publisher. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimed average circulation, 8,000; 16 
pages, 3 columns; length of column, 10 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents a line; $1 an 
inch. 



NAZARETH 

TRUTH. Monthly. Catholic. Established 
1897. Rev. Thos. F. Price, publisher. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 
8,000; 40 pages, 7x10. 

Advertising rates on application. 

RALEIGH 

MORNING POST. Every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Democratic. Established 1897. North Caro- 
lina Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $5; weekly, $1; sworn average 
circulation, daily, 6,663*; (weekly, 14,000); 
daily, 8 and 16 pages; weekly, 8 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width. 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch one time, $1; one 
week, $3.50; one month, $10; three months, 
$24; six months, $42; one year $72; E. O. D., 
2-3 of daily rate. Classified, 5 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 20 cents a line first time, 
12 cents each subsequent consecutive in- 
sertion. 

NEWS AND OBSERVER. Every morning 
except Monday, and NORTH CAROLINIAN, 
j Tuesdays. Democratic. Established 1871. 
Josephus Daniels, publisher. Subscripl ion, 
$7; claimed circulation, 7,200; weekly, $1; 
estimated circulation, 6,400; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19V& inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
$1; one week, $4.50; one month, $10; three 
months, $20; six months, $30; one year, $50; 
E. O. D., 2-3 of daily rate. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents a line first time, 5 cents after- 
wards. Weekly rates, 1 inch, one time, $1; 
two times, $1.50; one month, $3; three 
months, $6; six months. $10; one year, $18. 

Issue also the weekly, FARMER AND 
MECHANIC. 



BIBLICAL RECORDER. Every Wednes- 
day. Baptist. Established 1835. Biblical 
Recorder Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$1.50; sworn average circulation for year 
1900, 7,480*; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, Yi% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line. 
Discounts: one month, 10 per cent; three 
months, 20 per cent, six months, 30 per 
cent; one year, 40 per cent. 



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CAUCASIAN. Every Thursday. People's 
party. Established 1882. Caucasian Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
average circulation for year 1900, 10,000 (spe- 
cial circulation during campaign); 4 pages, 
8 columns; length of columns, 24 inches*; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1 ; 
one month, $2; three months, $5; six months, 
$10; 2 inches, six months, $19.50; 3 inches, 
$28. Classified advertisements, 10 cents a 
line first time; 5 cents a line afterwards. 
Position, 25 per cent extra. 

See advertisement on page 487. 



CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE' Every Wednes 
day. Methodist. Established 1855. Raleigh 
Advocate Co., publishers. Subscription, $1.50; 
guaranteed average circulation, 6,100*; 8 
pages, 5 and 6 columns; length of columns, 
18% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $3; three months, $7.50; six 
months, $12; one year, $18; 2 inches one year. 
$30; 4 inches, $45; 6 inches, $75. 



FARMER AND MECHANIC. Every Tues- 
day. Agricultural. Josephus Daniels, pub- 



NORTH CAROLINA 



lisher. Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 
7,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2'/ 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
two times, $1.50 ; one month, $3; three 
months, $6; six months, $10; one year, $18. 



PROGRESSIVE FARMER.-Every Tues- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1886; claimed 
circulation, 12,500; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 1 inch, one time, 
$1.40; one month, $5.20; three months, $16.00; 
six months, $28.60; one year, $52. Reading 
notices double display rates. 



WINSTON 

UNION REPUBLICAN. Every Thursday. 
Republican. Established 1872. Union Repub- 
lican Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; claimed circulation, 5,000; 8 pages; 
6 columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 214 inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 50 
cents; one month, $1.50; three and six 
months, $1.25 per month; twelve months, 



NORTH DAKOTA. 



FARGO 

FRAM. Every Tuesday and Friday. Nor- 
wegian-Danish. Independent. Established 
1878. Fram Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
ion, $1; guaranteed circulation, 5,000; 



4 and 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 35 cents an inch per 
. time. 



NORTH DAKOTA WORKMAN. Monthly. 
A. O. U. W. Established 1893. E. C. 



Carruth, publisher. Estimated circulation, 
7,000; 8 pages, 11x15. 
Advertising rates on application. 



GRAND FORKS 

NORMANDEN. Every Wednesday. Nor- 
wegian-Danish. Republican. 'Established 
1886. Normanden Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 
4,700; 8 pages. 7 columns; length of columns. 
22 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 



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AKRON 

BEACON ^JOURNAL. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and SUMMIT COUNTY BEA- 
CON, Thursdays. Republican. Established 
1839. The Beacon Journal Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $3; sworn average cir- 
culation for year ending March 31, 1901, 
7,391*; weekly, $1; sworn circulation for 
same period, 3,850; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2 1-tf 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, single insertion, 
$1 per inch; one inch, one year, $50; l.OOU 
inches in one year, 20 cents an inch; 750 
inches, 25 cents; 500 inches, 30 cents; 250 
inches, 40 cents; less than 250 inches, 50 
cents an inch. No extra charge for next 
to reading position; other positions, 10 per- 
cent extra. Business readers, 10 cents a 
line. Weekly,- one inch, one time, $1; one 
year, $10. 

DEMOCRAT. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and TIMES-DEMOCRAT, Wednesdays. 
Democratic. Established, daily, 1892; weekly, 
1867; Akron Democrat Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $3; sworn average circula- 
tion for six mouths ending January 31, 
1901. 4,555*; weekly, $1; claimed circulation. 
3,175; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 40 cents 
an inch, one time; 26% cents each subse- 
quent insertion; by the month, 20 cents an 
inch. Discounts, three months, 10 per cent; 
six months, 15 per cent; one year, 25 per- 
cent; E. O. D., 10 per cent extra. Open 
space, 500 inches, 20 cents an inch; 1,000 
inches, 13% cents. Classified, 1 cent a word. 
Reading notices, 10 cents, -a line. Weekly, 
same as daily. 

See advertisement on page 435. 

PRESS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Neutral. Established 1S93. Scripps Publish- 
ing Co.. publishers. Subscription, by mail, 
$1.75; claimed circulation, 6,890; 8 pages, 8 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents an inch; 
50 inches, 40 cents; 100 inches, 35 cents; 200 
inches, 30 cents; 300 inches, 28 cents; 500 
inches, 25 cents; 700 incht-s, 22 cents; 1,000 
inches, 20 cents. Classified, 5 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 20 cents a line, with dis- 
counts. 

DIAMOND (The). Formerly of Palmyra, 
Pa. Monthly. Established 1892. The Dia- 
mond Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 25 cents; estimated circulation, 40,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 25th preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 



ASHTABULA 

AMERIKAN SANOMAT. Weekly. Fin- 
nish. Independent. Established 1897. Aug. 
Edwards, publisher. Subscription, $1; 
sworn circulation, 8,100; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
23-16 inches. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents an inch each 
insertion. Reading notices, 5 cents a line. 



CANTON 

NEWS-DEMOCRAT. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and STARK CO. DEMOCRAT, 
Tuesdays and Fridays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished, daily, 1884; semi-weekly, 1833. The 
News-Democrat Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 
4,000; semi-weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 
4,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2V4 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates per square, 8 lines non- 
pareil, one time, 50 cents; one week, $1.75: 
one month, $5; three months, $11.25; six 
months, $18.75; one year, $30. E. O. D., 
2-3 daily rates, Reading notices, town topics, 
10 cents a line. Semi-weekly, % daily rates, 
beginning with one week. 



REPOSITORY. Every evening except 
Sunday, SUNDAY MORNING, and STARK 
CO. REPUBLICAN, twice a week, Tues- 
days and Fridays. Republican. Established 
1815. Repository Printing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $5; sworn average cir- 
culation for year ending July 31, 1901, 6,701*; 
(Sunday, for same period, 8,073*); semi- 
weekly, $1; sworn average circulation, 4,198*; 
daily, 6 to 12 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, daily, 19% inches; semi-weekly, 
21% inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, one square of 8 
lines, nonpareil, one time, 75 cents; one 
week, $1.90; one month, $5; three months, 
$11.25; six mouths, $18.75; one year, $30; 2 
inches, one month, $7.50; three months, 
$16.90; one year, $46.90. Classified, 5 lines 
nonpareil, or less, 2 days. 25 cents; one 
week (7 days), 60 cents. E. O. D., 2-3 of 
daily rates. Sunday only, 2-5 of daily rates. 
Weekly, % of daily rates. Readers, 10 cents 
a line. 

ROLLER MONTHLY. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1885. Roller Printing & 
Paper Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; estimated circulation, 6,000; 40 to 64 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, $12 per page per month; 
six months, $10 per time; one year, $8; frac- 
tions of space pro rata. 



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CHILLICOTHE 

SCIOTO GAZETTE. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Ee> 
tablished, daily, 1892; weekly, 1800. G. \V. C. 
Perry, publisher. Subscription, daily, $5.20; 
claimed circulation, 1,850; weekly, $1.50; 
claimed circulation, 5,000; daily, 8; weekly, 
16 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 25 cents; one week, $1; one mouth, 
$2.50; three months, $4.50; six months, $7; 
one year, $12; 2 inches, one year, $20: 3 
inches, $26; 4 inches, $33. Heading notices, 
5 cents a line. Weekly, one inch, one month, 
75 cents; three months, $2.25; six months, 
$4.10; one year, $7.&0. 

CINCINNATI 

CINCINNATI ANZEIGER. Every even- 
ing except Sunday, and SUNDAY MORN- 
ING. German. Established 1880. Anzeiger 



Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
ily, $3 (including Sunday, $5); claimed cir- 
culation, 15,000; daily, 8 pages, 6 columns; 



(Sunday, 16 to 20 pages; 7 columns); length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, corner Walnut and Canal streets. 
Advertising rates on application. 



COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE. Every morn- 
ing, and WEEKLY COMMERCIAL GA- 
ZETTE, Thursdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1793. The Commercial Tribune Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, with Sun- 
day, $10; estimated circulation, 46,000 (Sun- 
day, claimed, 59,494); weekly, 50 cents; 
claimed circulation, 41,460; 10 pages, 7 col- 
umns; Sunday, 40 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 23 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, Fourth and Race 
streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, per line, 
15 cents; 5 times, 13 cents; e. o. d., 144 
cents; 10 times, 12 cents; e. o. d., 13% 
cents; one month, 10% cents; e. o. d., 
11% cents; 2 t. a w., 13% cents; 1 t. a. w., 
15 cents; three mouths, 9 cents; e. o. d., 
10% cents; 2 t. a. w., 11% cents; 1 t. a. w., 
12% cents; six months, 8% cents; e. o. d., 
9% cents; 2 t. a. w.. 10% cents; 1 t. a. w., 
11% cents; one year, 8 cents; e. o. d., 8% 
cents; 2 t. a. w.. 9% cents; 1 t. a. w., 10% 
cents. Minimum space, 8 lines. Open space, 
used within one year, 800 lines, 15 cents a 
line; 1,000 lines, 12% cents; 4,000 lines, 11% 
cents; 8,000 lines, 10% cents; 12,000 lines, 
10 cents; 16,000 lines, 9% cents; 24,000 lines, 
8% cents; 32,000 lines, 8 cent*. Steamships, 
hotels, schools, publishers' announcements, 
summer and winter resorts. 12% cents a 
line. Special positions, 20 and 25 cents ex- 
tra. Pure reading notices, 75 cents a line 
nonpareil; "preferred specials," 25 cents a 
line; local reading, 30 cents a line; classi- 
fied, 10 cents a line first time; 1 cent a word 
each subsequent time. 

ENQUIRER. Every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays. Democratic. Enquirer Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, including 
Sunday, $14; claimed circulation, 80,000 (Sun- 
day 183,000); weekly, 75 cents; claimed, circu- 



lation, 223,COO; daily 8 to 12, pages; weekly, 
8 pages; Sunday, 24 to 40 pages; 9 columns; 
length of columns, 24 inches; width, 2 1-ti 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, ordinary, 20 cents 
a line; Sunday, 25 cents. Special notices 5th 
page, 25 cents; Sunday, 30 cents. Local no- 
tices, 5th page, 40 cents; Sunday, 50 cents. 
Reading matter notices, 60 cents; Sunday, 75 
cents per line each insertion. Medical cards, 
inside pages, 20 cents; Sunday, 25 'cents; 5th 
and 8th pages, 25 cents; Sunday, 30 cents 
per line, each insertion. Weekly, 75 cents; 
local notices, $1. Reading notices, $1.50 per 
line each insertion. 

See advertisement on page 403. 

FREIE PRESSE. Every morning except 
Sunday, SONNTAGSBLATT, Sunday, AB- 
END PRESSE, every evening except Sun- 
day, and WOCHENBLATT, Wednesdays. 
German. Republican. Established 1874. 
Cincinnati Freie Presse Co., publishers. 
Subscription, morning, $6; claimed circula- 
tion, 11,750; evening, $3; claimed circula- 
tion, 27,900 (Sunday, 23,400); weekly, $1; 
claimed circulation, 9,300; evening 8, morn- 
ing, 8; Sunday 24; weekly, 10 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, N. W. 
corner Vine and Canal streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, for either morn- 
ing or evening issue, 50 cents an inch, per 
time. Reading notices, 50 cents a line. Sun- 
day issue, or weekly, 8 lines, $1 each in- 
sertion. Reading notices, 50 cents. Dis- 
counts of 25 per cent on order covering both 
daily editions. 

POST. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1880. Scripps-Mc- 
Rae League, publishers. Subscription, $3; 
sworn circulation, 139,000; 8 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20% inches; width, 
2 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 201 to 
221 Longworth street. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 15 cents; 
first position, 19 cents. On contracts for 
5,000 lines or more, to be used within one 
year, or a stipulated amount of space to 
be used on stated days each week for one 
year, 13 cents per line; first position, 16% 
cents. No advertisement less than 2 inches 



given position. Classified, 15 cents a line. 
Reading notices, run of paper, 50 cents a 
line; 500 lines, 42 cents; 1,000 lines, 37% cents. 



Pure reading. 60 cents a line; 500 lines, 50 
cents; 1.000 lines, 45 cents. 
See advertisement on page 490. 

TIMES-STAR. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and TIMES, Wednesdays. Republican. 
Established 1836. Times-Star Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily. $3; sworn average 
circulation, for year 19CO, 146,525*; weekly, 
50c; estimated circulation, 57,000; 10 to 12 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, N. E. corner 6th and Walnut streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 18 cents 
a line: discounts, 1,000 lines. 5 per cent; 
2,000 lines, 10 per cent; 3,000 lines; 12% per 
cent; 4,000 lines, 15 per cent; 6,000 lines, 20 



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per cent; 8,000 lines, 25 per cent; 12,000 lines, 
30 per cent. Heading matter, 75 cents. Spe- 
cial notices, 30 cents. Business notices, 25 
cents per line. Weekly, 30 cen!s per line; 
200 lines, 28 cents; 500 lines, 25 cents; 1.000 
lines, 22 cents; 3,000 lines, 20 cents. Reading 
matter, $1 per line. 

VOLKSBLATT. Every morning except 
Sunday, WESTLICHE BLAETTER, Sun- 
days, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. German. 
Republican. Established 1836. Cincinnati 
Volksblatt Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily. $8; claimed circulation, 12,700; weekly, 
$2; claimed circulation, 12,000; Sunday, $2; 
claimed circulation, 23,300; 8 to 20 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2 1-7 inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 637 Vine street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 12 lines, 
1 time, $1,25; discounts on time contracts. 
Readers, 50 cents and 25 cents a line, ac- 
cording to location. Weekly and Sunday, 
same as daily. 

VOLKSFREUND. Every morning except 
Sunday. SONNTAGMORGEN, Sundays, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. German. Demo- 
cratic. Henry Haacke, publisher. Sub- 
scription, daily. $8; estimated circulation, 
9.000; weekly, $2; claimed circulation. 15,000: 
(Sunday, 12,000); daily, 8 pages; Sunday, 20; 
7 columns: length, 20% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, corner Vine and Longworth 
streets. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily (with- 
out Sunday) one inch, one time. $1; 1 week, 
$4: one month, $12; 3 months, $20: 6 months, 
$32; one year, $60. -Sunday or Weekly, one 
inch, one time, $1; one month, $3.50; three 
months, $9.50; six months, $18; one year, 
$32. 

ZEITTING. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SUNDAY MORNING. German. La- 
bor. Established 1886. Cincinnati Zeitung 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $5; estimated 
circulation, 10.000; daily, 8; Sunday. 16 pages. 
7 columns. Can use matrices. Office, 1018 
Walnut street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

AMERICAN GRANGE BULLETIN AND 
SCIENTIFIC FARMER. Every Thursday. 
Agricultural.- Established 1874. Grange Bul- 
letin Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed circulation. 40,000: 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12% inches: width, 
ZVn inches. Office, 127 East 3d street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 20 
cents. Special positions, 25 cents. Special 
reading notices. 25 cents. Discounts, 5 per 
cent on 3 months, or 500 lines; 10 per cent on 
6 months, or 750 lines; 15 oer cent on 
one year, or 1,000 lines. 



AMERICAN ISRAELITE. Every Thurs- 
day. Jewish. Established 1854. Leo Wise 
& Co.. publishers. Subscription. $2.50: guar- 
anteed circulation, 23,000*; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches: width. 
2^ inches. Office, corner 5th and Race 
streets. 



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Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line. 
Reading notices, 50 cents a line. Discounts. 
10 per cent on 3 months or $100; 15 per cent 
on 6 months or $200; 25 per cent on one 
year or $40o. 

CATHOLIC TELEGRAPH. Every Thurs- 
day. Roman Catholic. Established 1831. 
The Catholic Telegraph Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; claimed circula- 
tion, 17,500; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of 
columns, 16% inches; width. 2% inches. Of- 
fice, 411 Pike Building. 

Advertising rates, 75 cents an inch. 



CHIC. Every Saturday. Humorous and 
Social. Established 1890. Chic Publishing 
Co., publishers, Subscription, $2; estimated 
circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 2 and 4 columns, 
length of columns, 10 inches; width, 2*4 
and 2% inches. Office, 141 E. Fourth street. 

Advertising rates 011 application. 

CHRISTIAN LEADER. Every Monday. 
Disciples of Christ. Established 1886. Fred. 
L. Rowe, publisher. Subscription, $1.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 7,600; 16 pages, 4 columns, 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 422 Elm 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents per line 
each insertion. Discounts for time and 
space same as on Herald and Presbyter. 

CHRISTIAN STANDARD. Every Satur- 
day. Christian. Established 1866. Standard 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2: 
guaranteed average circulation, for year 1900, 
36,872; 32 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 11% inches; width. 2% inches. Office, 
216-220 East 9th street. Advertising depart- 
ment in charge of H. C. Hall, Campau 
Building. Detroit, Mich. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 15 cents. 
No discounts for time or space. 

CHRISTLICHE APOLOGETE. Every 
Thursday. German. Methodist Episcopal. 
Established 1838. Jennings & Pye, publish- 
ers. Subscription, $2; claimed circulation, 
21,000; 32 pages. 3 columns: length of col- 
umns. 11% inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
220 W. 4th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line 
each insertion. 2<5 times or 1.000 lines within 
one year, 12 cents a line; 2,000 lines, or 
more, 9 cents a line. Position, extra. Noth- 
ing less than 5 lines taken. Reading no- 
tices, double above rates. 

HERALD AND PRESBYTER. Every 

Tuesday. Presbyterian. Established 1848. 
Monfort & Co., publishers. Subscription. 
$2.50; claimed circulation, 23,500: 32 to 48 
pages. 3 columns: length of columns, 11% 
inches r width, 2% inches. Office, 422 Elm 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per lino 
oach insertion. Discounts; 5 per cent on 
2 times or 50 lines; 10 per cent on 4 times 
or 100 lines: 15 per cent on 8 times or 250 
lines; 20 per cent on three months; 25 per 
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on nine months or 750 lines: 40 per cent on 
one year or 1,000 lines. Reading notices, 
minion, 50 r>er cent extra. 

JOURNAL AND MESSENGER. Every 
Thursday. Baptist. Established 1831. Lasher 
& Osborne, publishers. Subscription, $2; 
estimated circulation, 12.270; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 16 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 177 West Fourth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents per line 
each insertion. Reading notices, 25 cents 
per count line. Discounts; 10 per cent on 
nne month or 100 lines; 20 per cent on three 
months or 300 lines; 25 per cent on six 
months, or 500 lines; 33 1-3 per cent on 750 
lines; 40 per cent on one year or 1,000 lines; 
50 per cent on 2.000 lines. Special positions, 
20 per cent extra. 

LIVE STOCK REVIEW. Every Thurs- 
day. Commercial. Established 1875. C. B. 
Murray, publisher. Subscription, $1.50; es- 
timated circulation. 5,000; 4 pages, 12x18. 
Office, Brandon Building. 

Advertising rates on application. 

LOOKOUT. Every Saturday. Evangeli- 
cal. Established 1889. The Standard Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 75 
cents: guaranteed average circulation, for 
year 1900, 27,166: 16 pages, 3 columns: length 
of columns, 11% inches; width. 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Office, 216-220 East Ninth 
street. Advertising department in charee of 
H. C. Hall. Campau Building. Detroit, Mich. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
No discounts for time or space. 

MERCHANT SENTINEL. Every Mon- 
day. Commercial. Established 1877. Razall 
& Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 7,000; 8 pages, 15x23. 
Office, 218 Longworth street. 

Advertising rates, one Inch, three months. 
$10; six months, $15; one year, $25. Reduced 
rates, on larger space. 

QUEEN CITY PRINTING INK CO. See 

advertisement on page 377. 

SOUTHWEST (The). Every Friday. In- 
dependent. Established 1878. The South- 
west Co., publishers. Subscription. $1; 
estimated circulation, 5,000: 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches: width. 
2*4 Inches. Can use matrices. Office, 14 
Home ptreet. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, 50 
cents; three insertions, 40 cents; six inser- 
tions. 30 cents per inch, per time. Reading 
notices, 10 cents a line. 

SPORTSMEN'S REVIEW. Every Satur- 
day. Sports. Established 1890. Sportmon's 
Review Publishing Co.. publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2: claimed circulation. 32.000: 28 
nages. 4 columns: length of columns. 12% 
inches; width, 23-16 inches. Office. 15-27 W. 
Sixth street. (Offices in New York and 
Chicago.) 



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Advertising rates, per inch, one time, $2; 
three months, $1.75; six months, $1.50; one 



year. $1.25, per line. 
See advertisement 



on page 475. 



WAHRHEIT'S FREUND. Every Wednes- 
day. German. Roman Catholic. Established 
1837. Benziger Bros., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2.50; estimated circulation, 12,000: 8 
pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 343 Main 
street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one Inch, one 
time, $1.20; one month, $3.35; three months, 
$9.35; six months, $15.50; one year, $25. 

WESTERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. 
Wednesdays. Methodist Episcopal. Estab- 
lished 1834. David H. Moore, editor. Jen- 
nings & Pye, publishers. Subscription, $1.60, 
estimated circulation, 22,000: 32 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 11% inches; width, 
2% Inches. Can use matrices. Office, 220 
W. 4th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line 
each insertion. 26 times, or 1,000 to 2.000 
lines, used within one year, 20 cents a line; 
one year, or 2,000 lines, or more, 15 cents a 
line. Position, 10 and 20 per cent extra. 
Reading notices, double above rates. 

AMERICAN GIRL. Monthly. Literary, 
Established 1899. Louis K. Liebenstein & 
Co., publishers. Subscription, 35 cents: 
guaranteed circulation, 100.000; 16 pages, 4 
columns: length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Forms 
close 20th of preceding month. Office, 10 
W. Third street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 
Reading notices, In agate type, 80 cents a 
line. 

See advertisement on page 425. 

CHILDREN. Monthly. Christian Scien- 
tists. Established 1901. Children Publishing 
Co., publishers. Claimed circulation, 10,000. 
Office, Mitchell Building. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $2; 
three months, $5.50; six months, $10.75; one 
year, $22. Reading notices, 25 cents a line. 

EXPRESS GAZETTE. Monthly. Estab- 
lished 1873. Express Gazette Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed circu- 
lation. 15.000: 36 pages. 3 columns: lencth of 
columns. 9% Inches; width, 2% inches. Form* 
close 5th of the month. Office, 6th and 
Vine streets. 

Advertising rates on application. 

GRAY GOOSE.-Monthly. (See Franklin, 
Ohio.) 

HAUS AND HERD. Monthly. German. 
Literary. Established 1872. Jennings & Pye, 
publishers. Subscription, $1.50: claimed cir- 
culation, 10,000: 68 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 7% inches: width, 2% inclles. 
Office, 220-222. W. Fourth street. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents a line. 

HOME COURIER. Monthly. Family. 
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Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed average circulation, 150,000; 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2y g inches. Forms close 20th pre- 
ceding month. Can use matrices. Office 
Miami Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line 
each insertion. 

See advertisement on page 457. 

MONITOR MAGAZINE. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1889. The Monitor Com- 
pany publishers. Subscription, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 7,000; 100 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8 inches: width, 
2>4 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 518- 
522 Main street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents per line. 
One inch, 98 cents; one column (8 inches) 
$7.84; one page (16 inches) $15.68. 

NATIONAL HUMANE EDUCATOR. 
Monthly. S. P. C. A. Established 1893. 
S. S. Schoff, publisher. Subscription, Jl; 
estimated circulation. 20,000; 8 pages, 11x16. 
Office, 216 W. Fourth street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

PHONOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Educational. Shorthand. Established 18b7. 
The Phonographic Institute Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed average 
circulation, 10,000*; 20 to 32 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 25-16 
Inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Evangelical. Established 1869. Jennings & 
Pye, publishers. Subscription, 60 cents, 
guaranteed circulation. Western edition, 90,- 
000 ; 65 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 
IVz inches; width, 2*4 inches. Forms close 
15th of second preceding month. Offices, 
220 West 4th street. 

Advertising rates, agate, (Western edition 
only), 50 cents per line. No discounts for 
time or amount. 



CLEVELAND 

LEADER. Every morning, NEWS-HER- 
ALD, every evening except Sunday, TRI- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1848. The Leader Printing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, morning, $4; even- 
ing,' $3; claimed average circulation, com- 
bined, 52.967 (Sunday, 37.000); tri-weekly, $2; 
estimated circulation, 3,000; weekly, $1; esti- 
mated circulation 20,000; 10 to 12 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
146 Suoerior street. 

Advertising rates, both editions, daily, 
agate, 20 cents per line. Contracts to run 
at regular intervals, for a year in daily will 
be made at 15 cents a line. Reading no- 
tices, 40 cents. Special notices, 5th page, 
50 cents. Local editorial notices, 50 cents 
per line each insertion. "Wants," etc., 10 
cents a line, each insertion. Sunday, 20 
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rates as in daily. Weekly, 20 cents per 
line, each insertion. 

PLAINDEALER. Every morning, EVEN- 
ING PLAINDEALER, every evening, ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY. Fridays. In- 
dependent-Democratic. Established 1841. 
Plaindealer Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, morning edition, $5; evening edi- 
tion, $3; claimed circulation, daily, 45,243; 
(Sunday, 40,225); weekly, $1; claimed circula- 
tion, 15,000; daily, 10 to 12 pages; Sunday, 
32 to 40; 8 columns; length of columns, 20% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, corner Superior and Bond streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, or Sunday, agate, 
18 cents per line; discounts on 13 times, 20 
per cent, 26 times, or 1,000 lines, 25 per 
cent; 52 times, or 2,500 lines, 30 per cent; 
78 times, or 5,000 lines, 35 per cent; 104 times, 
or 7,500 lines, 40 per cent; 156 times, or 10,000 
lines, 50 per cent. Position *4 extra. Read- 
ing notices, 50 cents a line. Classified adver- 
tisements, 10 cents a line. Weekly, display, 
10 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 374. 

PRESS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1878. Scripps- 
McRae League, publishers. Subscription. 
$3; sworn circulation, 100,000; 8 pages, 8 
columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2 inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
152 Seneca street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents per line; 
first position, 16 cents; on contracts for 
5,000 lines or more, to be used within one 
year, or a stipulated amount of space to be 
used on stated days each week for one year, 
10 cents a line; first position, 13 cents. No 
ads. less than 2 Inches given position. 
Reading notices, run of paper, 50 cents a 
line; 500 lines, 42 cents; 1,000 lines, 37% cents. 
Pure reading, GO cents a line; 500 lines, 50 
cents, 1,000 lines, 45 cents. Classified ads., 
10 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 490. 

RECORDER. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Established 1895. Subscription, daily, 
$2; claimed circulation, 30,000; 4 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
ZVs inches. Can use matrices. Office, 210 
Seneca street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 20 cents a 
line; 6 times, 15 cents; one month, 13 cents; 
two months, 11 cents; three months, 10 
cents; six months, 9 cents; one year, 8 cents 
per line each insertion. Special line rates 
for E. O. D., etc. Classified ads., 10 cents 
a line. Reading notices, 50 cents a line, with 
discounts, minimum rate being 30 cents a 
line (on 500 lines). 

VOLNOST. Daily, and WEEKLY, Mon- 
days. Bohemian. Established, daily 1893. 
weekly, 1880. Bohemian Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6: estimated 
circulation, 3,200; weekly, $2; estimated cir- 
culation, 2,000; daily. 4; weekly, 8 pages; 
daily, 7, weekly, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns, daily, 20% inches; weekly. 17% inches; 
width, 2 inches. Office, 127 Humboldt St. 
Advertising rates on application. 



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WAECHTER UND ANZEIGER. Every 
evening except Sunday, and SUNDAY 
MORNING. German. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1852. The German Consolidated 
Newspaper Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $3; Sunday, ^1.50; claimed circulation, 
daily, 25,250; Sunday, 19,175: 6 pages (Sun- 
day, 20 pages); length of columns, 21*4 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 290-292 Seneca street. 

Advertising rates, agate, daily, one inch, 
one time, $2.10; one week, $9; one month, 
$28.60; three months, $62.40; six months, 
$93.60; one year, $124.80. E. O. D., 2-3 of 
daily rates. Reading notices 40 and 50 cents 
a line (1,000 lines, 30 cents). Classified ads, 
10 cents per nonpareil line. Sunday only, 
per inch, per year, $39. 

See advertisement on page 487. 

WORLD. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SUNDAY MORNING. Independent. 
Established, as daily, 1889. Subscription, $3; 
claimed average circulation, 25,000; 8 to 32 
pages; 7 columns; length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2^ inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 71 Ontario street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 463. 

AMERICAN SPORTSMAN. Every Thurs- 
day. Turf. Established 1890. I. R. Sher- 
wood, publisher. Subscription, $2; estimated 
circulation, 5,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 13 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 180 St. Clair street. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $2; 
one month, $6; three months, $15; six 
months, $26; one year, $48; 2 inches, one 
month, $11.25; three months, $28; one year, 
$90. 



CATHOLIC UNIVERSE. Every Friday. 
Roman Catholic. Established 1874. The 
Catholic Universe Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, $2; claimed circulation, 
16,500; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 20 1 / 4 inches; width, 21-6 inches. 
Office, 8 Euclid avenue. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
Discounts, 10 per cent on one month: 15 
per cent on 2 mouths; 25 per cent on three 
months; 35 per cent on six months; 50 per 
cent on one year. 

COCKETT'S WEEKLIES. Including 
THE ILLUSTRATED TIMES, Cleveland, 
O.; BEREA CLARION, Berea, O.; NEWS- 
REGISTER, Bedford. O.; THE WILL- 
OUGHBY DELTA, Willoughby, O.; THE 
COLLINWOOD CHRONICLE, Collinwood, 
O.; THE EAST CLEVELAND SIGNAL, 
East Cleveland, O.; and THE CHAGRIN 
FALLS REPUBLICAN, Chagrin Falls, O. 
Every Thursday. Republican. Established 
1894. Times Printing and Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed 
combined circulation, 25,000: 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 227 St. Clair street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1 per 'inch. 
Reading notices, 25 cents per line. Dis- 



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counts on 3. 6 and 12 months on application. 
All contract advs. go into each of the sev<ui 
above named papers. 

DER CHRISTLICHE BOTSCHAFTER. 

Mondays. Evangelical. Established 1836. 
Thomas & Mattill, publishers. Subscription, 
$2; estimated circulation, 20,000; 16 pages, 5 
columns; length of columns, 16^4 inches; 
width, 21-6 inches. Office, 265 Woodland 
avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 16 cents a Hue, 
with discounts. 



EVANGELICAL MESSENGER. - Every 
Wednesday. Evangelical. Established 1848. 
Thomas & Mattill, publishers. Subscription, 
$2; estimated circulation, 10,000; 16 pages, 5 
columns: length of columns, 16^ inches; 
width, 21-6 inches. Office, 265 Woodland 
avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line, 
with discounts. 

FINANCE. Every Saturday. Commercial. 
Established 1870, as "Voice," 1900, as "Fi- 
nance," Geo. P. Edwards, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $5; claimed average circulation, 
9,500; 40 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 
11 inches; width, 3 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 402 Electric Building. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 per inch; on long 
time contracts, $1 an inch. 

See advertisement on page 479. 



GAZETTE (The). Every Thursday. Col- 
ored. Republican. Established 1883. Harry 
C. Smith publisher. Subscription, $1.50; 
claimed average circulation, 5,000: 4 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. Office, 
Case Library Building. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 50 
cents; one month, $1.25; three months (13 
weeks), $4; six months, $6; one year, $9: 2 
inches, one year, $13; 3 inches, $20. Read- 
ing notices, 10 cents a line. 



ILLUSTRATED TIMES.-(See Cockett's 
Weeklies.) 

OHIO PRACTICAL FARMER. Every 

Saturday. Agricultural. Established 1848. 
Lawrence Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 96,500; 24 
pagi's, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches, width, 2% inches. Office, 273 to 281 
St. Clair street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line, 
each insertion. Special position, 15 and 25 
per cent additional; business notices, non- 
pareil, 85 cents per line count; reading type 
notices, $1.30 per line count. Discounts, 5 
per cent on $25; 10 per cent on $70; 15 per 
cent on $250; 20 per cent on $500; 25 per cent 
on $750 and over. Issues also the MICHI- 
GAN FARMER, Detroit. Joint display rate 
for both papers, 70 cents a line, with dis- 
counts on amounts ranging from 5 per cent 
on $45 to 25 per cent on $1,050. Minimum 
space, 3 lines. 



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SBNDBOTE. Every Wednesday. German. 
Baptist. Established I860. German Baptist 
Publication Society, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; claimed circulation, 7,320; 16 pages, 
4 columns; length 16 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office. 959 Payne 
avenue. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 12 cents a 
line; three months, 9 cents; six months, 7 
cents; one year, 6 cents a line, per time. 
No reading notices. 

SOOIALISTISCHER ARBEITER ZEIT- 
UNG. Every Thursday. German. Socialis- 
tic. Established 1900. Socialist La,bor Party, 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 6,500; 4 pages, 7 columns'; 
length of columns, 16% inches; width, 2 J /4 
inches. Office, 239 St. Clair street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

STIMME DER WAHRHEIT. (See De- 
troit, Mich.) 



TOWN TOPICS.-Every Saturday. So- 
ciety. Established 1887. Cleveland Town 
Topics Co., publishers Subscription. $2; ea 
tima'ted circulation, 5,000; 20 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 10 inches; width, 
4 inches. Office, 721-722 Caxton Building. 

Advertising rates, $1.50 an inch, with time 
discounts. 

UNION GOSPEL NEWS.-Thursdays. 
Undenominational. Established, 1888. The 
Gospel News Co., publishers. Subscription, 
50 cents; sworn average circulation, for year 
ending April 30, 1901, 53,796*; 16 pages', 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, Caxton Building. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents per agate line. 
Special positions, 20 per cent extra. Dis- 
counts: 5 per cent on 6 times', or 250 lines; 
10 per cent on 13 times, or 500 lines; 15 per 
cent cm 6 months, or 1,000 lines; 20 per cent 
on one year, or 2,000 lines. 

See advertisement on page 455. 

BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE EN- 
GINEERS' JOURNAL. Monthly. Brother- 
hood of Locomotive Engineers, publishers. 
Subscription, $1.25; sworn circulation, 37,000; 
116 pages', 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches: width, 2% inches. Forms close 10th 
of preceding month. Office Society for Sav- 
ings Building. 

Advertising rates on application. Adver- 
tising in charge of W. N. Gates, Garfleld 
Building. 

BUCKEYE WORKMAN. Monthly. A. O. 
U. W. Established 1894. Gilbert Howell, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 5,500; 8 pages, 11x16. Office, 275 
Woodland avenue. 

Advertising rates on application. 

OHAUTAUQUAN. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1876. Chautauqua' Pres.s, publish- 
ers. Subscription, $2; estimated circulation, 
50,000; 200 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 8 inches; width, 2V 2 inches. Forms 
close 8th of preceding month. 
Advertising rates on application. 



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CURRENT ANECDOTES. Monthly. Re- 
ligious. Interdenominational. Established 
1899. Current Anecdote Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 5,000; 48 
pages, 1 column; length of column 8 inches; 
width, Sy s inches. Forms close 15th of pre- 
ceding month. Office, Rose Building. 

Advertising rates, f> lines, agate, $1; one 
inch, $2; % page, $7.50; one page, $25, per 



EVANGELISCIIE MAGAZIN.-Monthly. 
German. Evangelical. Established 1867. 
Thomas & Mattill, publishers. Subscription, 
$1.25; estimated circulation, 15,000; 64 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
wid-th, 2 7-12 inches'. Forms close 10th of 
preceding month. Office, 265 Woodland 
avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, one time, 16 
cents, with discounts for time and amount. 

MODERN CULTURE. (Formerly Self 
Culture of Akron, O.) Monthly. Literary. 
Established 1S95. Alodern Culture Magazine 



Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated 
circulation, 70,000; 100 pages, 2 colu 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 



inches. Forms close 7th of preceding mouth. 
Office, Caxton Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line; 
one page, one time, $80; 14 and % pages, pro- 
rata. 

OLD HOMESTEAD. Monthly. House- 
hold. Established 1880. The Old Home- 
stead Co. (Inc.), publishers. Subscription, 
25 cents; claimed average circulation, 11,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12% 
inches; width. 2% inches. Forms close last 
day of preceding month. Can use matrices. 
Office, 316 American Trust Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 11 cents). 
No time or space discounts. Reading no- 
tices, 20 cents a line. 

RAILROAD TRAINMEN'S JOURNAL 
(formerly of Peoria, 111.) Monthly. , Rail- 
road employees. Established 1885. Brother- 
hood of Railroad Trainmen publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 50,000; 132 
pages, 2 columns: length of columns, 8 
inches: width, 2% inches. Forms close 10th 
of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, on application. Adver- 
tising in charge of W. N. Gates, Garfleld 
Building. 

COLUMBUS 

CITIZEN. Every evening, except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1899. Subscription, 
$3; guaranteed circulation, 18,000; 8 pages, 
8 columns; length of columns, 21 Vz inches; 
width, 2 1-16 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5,000 lines or 
more, used within one year, 3 cents a line; 
less than 5,000 lines, 5 cents a line. Classi- 
fied. 1 cent a word, each insertion. Reading 
notices, 30 cents a line. 

EVENING DISPATCH. Every evening 
except Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. 
Independent. Established J871. W. D. Brick- 



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ell, publisher. Subscription, daily and 
Sunday, $7; claimed circulation, 20,500; Sun- 
day, 21,000; 10 to 32 pages, 8 columns; length 
of columns, 21% inches; width, 23-16 inches. 
Can use matrices'. 

Advertising rates, daily or Sunday, agate, 
one time, 8 cents a line; one week, 6 cents; 
one month, 4% cents; three months, 3% 
cents, 6 months, 3 cents one year, 2% cents 
per line, per time. E. O. D., one week, 7 
cents; one month, 5% cents, three months, 
4% cents, six months, 4 cents; one year, 3*4 
cents. Open space 700 linos, 7 cents a line; 
1,400 lines, 6 cents; 2,800 lines, 5 cents; 4,200 



, 

lines, 4% cents'; 7,000 lines, 4 cents; 14,000 
lines,. 3 4-7 cents. Classified, 5 cents a line; 
by the month, $1.25. Reading notices. 30 
cents a line with discounts on 1,000 lines 
and more. Business notices, 20 cents per 
count line, with discounts for 100 lines and 
over. 
See advertisement on page 396. 

EXPRESS. Every evening, except Sun- 
day, Der Ohio SONNTAGSGAST, Sundays, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays. German. Estab- 
lished., daily, 1891; Sunday, 1878; weekly, 
1880. German- American Publishing and 
Printing Co., publishers. L. Hirsch, mana- 
ger. Subscription, daily, 56; claimed circu- 
lation, fi.800; Sundays, $2; claimed circula- 
tion, 9.200; weekly, 75 cents: claimed circula- 
tion, 14,900; 8 pages (Sunday, 12 pages), 7 
columns; length of columns, 19 inches; 
(Sunday and weekly, 21 Inches); width, 2% 
Inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 4 cents a 
line; 6 times, 3% cents; one month, 2 l / 2 cents; 
three months, 2 cents; six months, and over, 
1% cents per line, per time. Open space. 
1,000 lines. 3V> cents a line; 2.000 lines, 3 
cents; 5,000 lines, 2% cents: 10,000 lines, 2 
cents. Special positions extra. Sunday 5 
cents a line; one month. 4 cents; three 
months. 3 cents; six months, 2% cents; one 
year. 2% cents. Weekly, 6 cents a line; one 
month, 5 cents: three months. 3% cents; 
six months, 3 cents; one year. 2% cents per 
line, per time. Classified, daily and Sunday, 
5 cents a line; by the month, $1. Business 
notices, 10 cents a line. Pure readers, long 
primer, 15 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 447. 

PRESS-POST. Every evening, except Sun- 
day, and SUNDAY MORNING. Democratic. 
Established 1827. The Press-Post Printing 
Co.. proprietors. Subscription, daily, $6; 
claimed circulation, daily and Sunday, ex- 
ceeding 18,000; 8 to 16 pages (Sunday, 24 
pa-ges and upwards.); 8 cohimns; length of 
columns. 20 Inches; width. 2% Inches. Gsm 
use matrices. Also publishes ILLUSTRA- 
TED SATURDAY MAGAZINE, as supple- 
ment to Press-Post. Established 1900. 16 
pages. 16x11% inches; width of columns, 2% 
Inches. 

Advertising rates 1 , per line, agate, daily, 
10 cents; Sunday, 10 cents. Read.ing notices. 
20 and 30 cents a line. Classified, 1 cent a 
word. Further rates and discounts on ap- 
plication. Rates for Illustrated Saturday 
liagazine (Supplement to Press-Post), agate, 



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per line, 15 cents; one month, 12 cents; three 
months, 10 cents; six months, 9 cents; one 
year, 8 cents. 

OHIO STATE JOURNAL.-Every morn- 
ing, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Republican. Established, daily, 
1848; weekly, 1811. Ohio State Journal Co., 
publishers. Subscriptions, daily, $6.50; Sun- 
day, $2; weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 
daily, 13,471; Sunday, 18,119; Semi-weekly, 
average for 1900, 27,967; 8 to 48 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2% iuches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, per agiate line, 
8 cents, 1 time; 6 times', 36 cents; 26 times, 
$1.04; 78 times, $2.34; 156 times, $3.90. Sun- 
day, one time, 10 cents a line; one month, 
32 cents; three months, 78 cents; six months, 
$1.30; one year, $2.08. Semi-weekly, per time, 
7 cents a line. All ads appear in both issues 
of Semi-Weekly for one price. No discounts 
for time or space. Reading notices, 30 cents; 
locals, 15 cents; classified ads., 5 cents a 
line. 

See advertisement on page 397. 

WESTBOTE. Every evening, except Sun- 
day and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays arid 
Fridays. German. Democratic. Established 
1843. The Westbote Publishing Co,, publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $6; semi-weekly, $2; 
claimed circulation, daily, 3,975; semi-weekly, 
15,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns. 
21% iuches; width, 2^ inches. Can usie mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, 1 square, 1 week, daily, 
$1.20; 1 month, $4.50. Semi-Weekly, 1 square, 
one week, $1; one month, $4. Further rates 
OP application. 

See advertisement on page 493. 

AMERICAN ISSUE.-Every Friday and 
MONTHLY. Temperance. Established 1894. 
American Issue Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription, weekly, $1; monthly, 50 cents; 
Claimed average circulation, for weekly, 
12,500; monthly, 34,000; weekly, 8; monthly, 16 
pages; 3 columns; length of columns, 11 
inches; width, 45-16 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates; weekly, one Inch, one 
time, $1; six months, $5; one year, $10; 
monthly, one Inch, one time, $2.50; six 
months, $12; one year $22. Special rates for 
larger spaces. 

CATHOLIC COLUMBIAN.-Every Satur- 
day. Catholic. Established 1875. Columbian 
Printing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; 
estimated circulation, 5,000: 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 19% inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, 1 
time, $1; 1 month, $2.50; 3 months $5; 1 yeaf, 
$12. Discounts for large space. 

LIGHT OF TRUTH. Every Saturday. 
Spiritualist. Established 1876. The Light 
of Truth Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50: estimated circulation, 20,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close Friday of preceding week. 



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Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 50 cents ai line count. Dis- 
counts, 10 per cent on one month or 728 
lines; 15 per cent on three months; 20 per 
cent on six months or 1,456 lines; 25 per 
cent on 2,484 lines; 30 per cent on 2,912 lines 
or one year; 40 per cent on 4,968 lines. 

OHIO WAISENFREUND. Every Wednes- 
day. German, Catholic and Democratic. 
Established 1872. College Josephine, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1.50; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 34,000; 12 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 14 inches; width, 2^ 
Inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents a 
line. 

CITY AND COUNTRY. Monthly. Family. 
Established 1881. City and Country Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, 25 cents; 
estimated circulation. 20,000; 16 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, &% inches; width, 
2*4 Inches. 

Advertising rates, $2.80 per inch, with 
time discounts!. 

PENMAN, ARTIST AND BUSINESS 
EDUCATOR. - Monthly, except July and. 
August. Practical Education. Established 
1895. Zaner & Bloser, publishers. Subcrip- 
tion, $1; claimed minimum circulation, 5,000; 
32 pages and cover, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 9% inches; width, 2^4 inches. 

Advertising rates, % inch, per time, $1.50; 
one inch, $2.50; 2 inches, $4.50; % page, $8.50; 
% page, $15; one page, $30. No discounts for 
time or space. 

DAYTON 

DAILY NEWS Every evening, except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Inde- 
pendent-Democratic. Established, daily, 1883; 
weekly, 1898. Evening News Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $3; sworn average 
circulation, daily, for six months ending 
June 30, 1901. 16.487*; weekly, 4,200; 8 pages 
(Saturday and Weekly, 16 pages), 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, transient, agate, 7 cents 
a line; on time contracts, 2% cents a line, 
each time; no ads inserted on first page. 
Classified, 1 cent a word each issue. Road- 
ing notices, 15 to 25 cents a line. Weekly, 
display, 20 cents' an inch per time. 

EVENING PRESS. Every evening, ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Independent. Established 1S92. Press Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$3; claimed circulation, 13,000; weekly, 50 
cents; claimed circulation, 3,880; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one inch, one 
time, 75 cents; by the week, 35 cents; one 
inch, one month, $6.50; one year, $62.40. Real- 
ing notices, 26 cents a line. Weekly, one 
inch, one month, $3.25; one year, $20. 

HERALD. Every evening, except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Established 
Herald Publishing Co., publishers. 



OHIO 



day, 

1879. 



Subscription, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 
7,500; weekly, 50 cents; estimated circulation, 
4.500; 8 pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 
21% inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, 1 time, 50 
cents; one week, $2.50; one month, $6; yearly 
rate on application. Classified, ads, 5 cents 
a. line. Reading notices, 15 cents a line, 
weekly, one inch, one time, 50 cents; one 
month, $2; three months, $4.50; six months, 
$7.50; one year, $12. 

JOURNAL. Every morning, except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Republican. Established, daily, 
1836; semi-weekly, 1808. W. D. Bickham's 
Sons, publishers. Subscription, daily, $7.50; 
sworn circulation, 6,082*; semi-weekly, $1; 
claimed circulation, 4,600; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, one 
Inch, one time, $1; one week, $3; one month, 
$6; three months, $12; six months, $15; one 
year. $25; three times a week, 60 per cent 
of daily rates. Classified ads, 1 cent a 
line. Readers. 10, 15 nnd. 25 cents a line. 
Semi-weekly, rates made known on appli- 
cation. 

See advertisement on page 373. 

HERALD OF GOSPEL LIBERTY. Every 
Thursday. Christian. Established 1808. W. 
D. Samuel (Christian Publishing Associa- 
tion), publisher. Subscription, $1.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 4,000; 16 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 133-16 inches; 
width, 23-16 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents per line. 
Reading notices, 8 cents'. Discounts: 5 per 
cent on two times, 10 per cent on one month, 
15 per cent o<n two months, 20 per cent on 
three months, 25 per cent on 6 months, 30 
per cent on 9 months, 33 1-3 per cent on 
one year. 

LUTHERAN EVANGELIST. Every Fri- 
day. Lutheran. Established 1876. The Evan- 
gelist Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; guaranteed average circulation, 
7.000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
13 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line. 
Discounts: 5 per cent on 100 lines; 10 per 
cent on 4 times, or 250 lines; 20 per cent on 
13 times, or 500 lines; 25 per cent on 26 
times; 331-3 per cent on 1,000 lines: 40 per 
cent on one year; 50 per cent on 2,000 lines. 
Readers, double display rate. 

RELIGIOUS TELESCOPE. Every Wed- 
nesday. United Brethern. Established 1834. 
Rev. W. R. Funk, publisher. Subscription, 
$2; guaranteed circulation, 20,000: 32 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 11% inches; 
width. yA inches. 

Advertising rates', agate, 1 time, 20 cents 
per line. Reading notices, 30 cents per line. 
Discounts for time and space. 

WATCHWORD. Every Saturday. United 
Brethren. Established 1893. Rev. W. R. 
Funk publisher. Subscription, $1; guaran- 



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teed average circulation. 20,000; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 11^ inches; 
width, 214 inches'. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
reading notices, 25 cents a line, with time 
discounts. Issued from the Religious Tele- 
scope office. 

WORLD. Every Sunday. Independent. 
Established 1890. World Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1.75; estimated 
circulation, 5,000; 12 pages, 18x24. 
Advertising rate's on application. 

YOUNG CATHOLIC MESSENGER. Semi- 
monthly. Juvenile. Religious. Established 
1884. G. A. Tflaum, publisher. Subscription. 
50 cents; estimated circulation, 20,000; 8 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 11 
inches; width, 2^4 inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

FARMER'S HOME. Monthly. Agricul- 
tural and Family. Established 1880. Lair 
Bros., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
estimated circulation, 35,300; 16 to 20 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 12th of the 
month. 

Advertising rates, agate, one time, 25 cents 
per line; three months, 20 cents; six months, 
15 cents;. one year, 10 cents a line per time. 
Special positions one-fourth extra. 

OUR BIBLE TEACHER. Monthly. 
United Brethren. Established 1873. W. R. 
Funk, publisher. Subscription, fiO cents; 
claimed circulation, 6,000; 32 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 1\% inches; width, 
2% inches. Forms close 10th preceding 
mouth. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents a line. 
Discounts, 10, 15 and 20 per cent on 3, 6 
and 12 months. 



WOMAN'S EVANGEL. Monthly. Mis- 
sionary. United Brethren. Established 1881. 
Rev. W. R. Funk, publisher. Subscription, 
50 cents; estimated circulation, 5,000; 16 
pages, 8x11. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Discounts, 15, 20 and 25 per cent on 3, 6 
and 12 months respectively. 

ELYRIA 

LAKESIDE MAGAZINE. Monthly. Edu- 
cational. Established 1889. Lakeside Pub- 
lishing Co.. publishers. J. F. Burke, man- 
ager. Subscription 60 cents. Guaranteed 
circulation, 25.000; 2 columns to page; length, 
8 inches; width, 2V 2 inches. Forms close 
10th preceding month. New I'ork office, 
116 Nassau street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 

FINDLAY 

REPUBLICAN. Every morning, except 
Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Republican. Established, daily, 
1880; semi-weekly, 1878. Republican Com- 
pany, publishers. Subscription, daily. $4.50; 
weekly, $1; claimed- average circulation, 
daily," 4,350; semi-weekly, 3,800; 8 pages, 7 



columns; length of columns, 20 inches: 
width, 2 l /4, inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 
daily, ou cents; one week, 20 cents; one 
year, i2 cents per inch, per time. Special 
position extra. Classified, 5 cents a line. 
Pure reading notices, 10 cents a line. 
25 per cent discount for publishers, educa- 
tional, summer and winter resorts adver- 
tisements. 

FRANKLIN 

GRAY GOOSE. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1895. Gray Goose Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 
40,000; 48 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 7 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. Forms close first preceding 
month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
No discount for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 503. 

HAMILTON 

REPUBLICAN NEWS. Every evening, 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY TELE- 
GRAPH, Wednesdays. Republican. Estab 
lished 1879. The Republican Publishing, 
Company, publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$3.50; guaranteed circulation, 5,000; weekly, 
$1; guaranteed circulation, 4,000; 8 to 10 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 21 ',2 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 20 cents an inch, 

Iwith discounts; classified ads, 3 cents a 
line. Reading notices, 10 cents a line first 
| time; 5 cents after. Weekly rates on ap- 
plication. 

MANSFIELD 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1885. News Printing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $5.20; claimed av- 
erage circulation, 3,835*; semi-weekly, $1; 
estimated circulation, 2,400: 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
of columns. 2V& inches. 

Advertising rates, transient, 50 cents an 
inch, per time; 500 inches, 25 cents; 1.000 
inches, 20 cents; 3,000 inches, 17 cents; 5,000 
inches, 15 cents per inch. Classified, 20 
words, or less, three times, 25 cents; 1 cent 
each additional word. Reading notices, 10 
cents a line each insertion. Weekly, same 
rates as daily. 

MEDINA 

GLEANINGS IN BEE CULTURE. 1st and 
15th of each month. Bee Culture. Estab- 
lished 1873. The A. I. Root Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed average circula- 
tion, 12,500; 36 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 8 inches; width of columns, 2% 
inthes. Forms close 10th and 25th of pre- 
ceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line 
each Insertion. Discounts: 10 per cent on 
3 times, or 125 lines; 16 2-3 per cent on 6 
times, or 250 lines; 25 per cent on 12 tinier, 
or 500 lines; 33 1-3 per cent on IS times, or 



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l.OtH) lines; 40 per cent on 24 times, or 2,000 
lines. Reading notices, 30 cents per count 
line. 



NEWARK 

ADVOCATE. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and 
Fridays. Democratic. Established, daily, 
1S82; semi-weekly, 1820. Advocate Printing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $5; 
guaranteed average circulation, 2,936; semi- 
weekly, $1; guaranteed circulation, 3,950; 8 
to 12 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one time, one to 10 
inches, 35 cents per inch; one month con- 
tracts, 10 cents an inch; yearly contracts, 
7 cents per inch. Classified ads., 1 cent a 
word first time; y 2 cent afterward. Locals, 
10 emits a line first time; 5 cents a line 
after. Reading notices set solid, add one- 
fourth to display rates. Semi-weekly. 50 
cents an inch, one time; six months, 20 cents 
an inch; one year, 16 cents an inch per time. 

NORWALK 

TEACHER'S PROGRAM. Monthly dur- 
ing school year. Educational. Established 
1896. Laning Printing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, 60 cents; estimated circulation, 
10,000; 24 pages, 9x12. 

Advertising rates on application. 



SOMERSET 

ROSARY MAGAZINE. Monthly. Catho- 
lic. Established 1891. Dominican Fathers, 
publishers. Subscription, $2; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 11,000; 128 to 144 pages. 1 
and 2 columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, 2*4 and 4 inches. Forms close 12th 
preceding month. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 35 cents a 
line; 1-16 page, $3.50; % page, $6; J ,4 page, 
$10; */2 page, $18; one page, $30. Discounts 
5, 10 and 20 per cent on 3, 6 and 12 months, 
respectively. 

SPRINGFIELD 

DAILY DEMOCRAT.-Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and DEMOCRAT AND 
TRANSCRIPT, Thursdays. Democratic. 
Established 1888. The Democrat Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $3; claimed av- 
erage circulation, 5,125; weekly, $1; claimed 
average circulation, 3,700; daily, 4; weekly, 
8 pages, daily, 8; weekly, 7 columns; length 
of columns, daily, 23 inches; weekly, 2i 
inches; width, daily, 2% inches; weekly, 
2 1-6 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 35 cents an inch; 
6 times, 30 cents; one month, 25 cents; 'three 
months, 20 cents; six months, 15 cents; one 
year, 12% cents an inch, per time. Reading 
notices, 15 cents a line; 6 times, 13 cents; 
one month, 12 cents a line, per time. Week- 
ly, 50 cents an inch; one month, $1.50; three 
months, $3; six months, $6; one year, $10. 
Reading notices, 25 cents a line; one month, 
75 cents. 



GAZETTE. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Estab- 
lished 1872. The T. E. Hammond Printing 
& Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $5; claimed circulation, 4,376; weekly, 
$1; claimed circulation, 2,789; daily, 4; week- 
ly, 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 
22 inches; width, 2 1 /6 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
month, $3; three months, $6.25; six months, 
$10.50; one year, $16. Discounts for space 
exceeding 3 inches. Reading notices 10 cents 
a line; weekly, ^ daily rates. 



PRESS-REPUBLIC. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY. Thursdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished, daily, 1855; weekly, 1817. The Spring- 
field Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion. $3.65; guaranteed average circulation, 
8,000; weekly, $1; average circulation, 3.800; 
8 to 12 pages (Sunday, 36 to 48 pages) ; 7 
columns: length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 1% cents 
a line; 20 per cent extra for special posi- 
tions; classified, 40 cents a line, per month. 
Reading notices, brevier, 15 cents a line; 
weekly, 1% cents per agate line. No dis- 
counts for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 483. 



THE SUN. Every morning, and SEMI- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1894. The Sun Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$3.65; sworn average circulation for three 
months ending March 31. 1901, 5,384*; semi- 
weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 1,500; 6 
and 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
21% inches; width of columns, 2Ya inches 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 25 
cents; 500 inches, 20 cents; 1.000 inches, 16 
cents; 1,500 inches, 15 cents; 2,000 inches, or 
more, 14 cents; 25 per cent extra for coin- 
position. Classified, 7 cents a line; one 
week. 28 cents; one month, 65 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 45 cents per inch of 9 
lines with discounts for 500 inches and over. 
Semi-weekly, one-fourth extra. 

See advertisement on page 457. 

NATIONAL NEW ERA. Every Friday. 
Reform. Established 1873. New Era Com- 
pany, publishers. Subscription. 50 cents; 
claimed average circulation for year 1900, 
10,188*; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 21% inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates. 50 cents an inch each 
insertion. 



NEWS. Every Saturday. Democratic. 
Established 1878. Springfield News Co., pub- 
lishers. Claimed circulation, 5,500; 4 pages, 
7 columns; length of column, 23% inches; 
width, 2V4 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, per inch, 40 cents. 
Reading matter, 8 to 20 cents per line. Dis- 
counts on long time orders. 

FARM AND FIRESIDE.-First and 15th 
of each month. Agricultural and Family. 
Established 1874. The Crowell & Kirkpat- 



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rick Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
sworn average circulation for year ending 
March 1901, 312,200* combined, of Western 
and Eastern editions (about equally di- 
vided); 2o pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 14 2-7 inches; width, 2*4 inches. Forms 
close 5 weeks in advance. 

Advertising rates, agate, both Western 
and Eastern editions, $1.60 per line; 250 



, . 

lines, $1.55; 500 lines, $1.50; 1,000 lines, $1.45; 
2,000 lines, $1.40; 3.000 lines, $1.35 a line. 
Eastern and Western edition singly, y 2 
above rates. 



FARM NEW S. Monthly. Agricultural 
and Live Stock. Established 1882. The 
American Farmer Company, publishers. 
Subscription, 50 cents; sworn minimum cir- 
culation, for one year ending April, 1901, 
100,000*; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 13 Inches; width, 2y s inches. Forms 
close 20th preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line; 
reading notices, 75 cents a line agate meas- 
ure. Discounts: 5 per cent on 3 months, 10 
per cent on 6 mouths, 15 per cent on one 
year. No discount allowed on orders less 
than 5 lines per issue. 

GARDEN AND FARM. Monthly. See 
Chicago, 111., for particulars. 

HOME AND FLOWERS .Monthly. 
Floriculture. Established 1896. Floral Pub- 
lishing Company, publishers. Subscription, 
$1; sworn average circulation, for one 
year ending June, 1901, 130,812*; 36 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 9% Inches; 
width, 2^ inches. Forms close 10th of pre- 
ceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 
Reading notices, $1 per line. Position, & 
extra. 

Issue also the Home Florist, quarterly, 
and Pets and Animals, monthly. 

See advertisement on page 369. 

PETS AND ANIMALS. Monthly. House- 
hold. Established 1899. Floral Publishing 
Company, publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
guaranteed average circulation, 15,000; 16 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 9% 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 20 cents per agate line. 
Position *4 extra. 

See advertisement on page 369. 

WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION. Month- 
ly. Family. Established 1874. The Crowell 
& Kirkpatrlck Company, publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; sworn average circulation for 
one year ending March, 1901, 338,750*; 36 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 2-7 
inches; width, 2!.4 inches. Forms close 25th 
of second preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.75 per line; 
250 lines, $1.65; 500 lines, $1.60; 1,000 lines, 
$1.55; 2.000 lines. $1.50 a line. 

TOLEDO 

BEE. Every evening except Sunday and 
SUNDAY MORNING and WEEKLY, Thurs- 



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days. Democratic. Established 1876. Bee 
Publishing Company, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily. $5; claimed average circulation 
daily, for' year 1900, 17,722* (Sunday, 21,954*); 
weekly, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 12,500; 
8 to 24 pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 
23% inches; width, 2*4 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, daily, or Sunday, agate, 
1 to 100 lines, 10 cents a line; 100 to 200 lines, 
7 cents; 200 to 500 lines, 5 cents; 500 to 
1,000 lines, 4 cents; 1,000 lines or more, 3 
cents per line. Special position, 25 per cent 
extra. Classified, 4 lines or less, one time, 
20 cents; one week, $1; one month, $4. Read- 
ing notices, 20 cents a line; 500 lines, 18 
cents; 1,000 lines, 15 cents. Weekly, dis- 
play, 10 cents a line; 100 lines, 6 cents; 500 
lines, 4 cents; over 1,000 lines, 2V6 cents a 
line. Reading notices same as in daily. 

BLADE. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. 
Established 1835. The Toledo Blade Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $5; claimed 
average circulation for year 1900, 21,433*; 
weekly, $1; claimed average circulation for 
same period, 173,308*; 8 to 24 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, less than 
200 inches, 7 1-7 cents per line; 200 inches, 5 
cents a line; 500 inches, or more, 3 4-7 cents 
a line. Classified, 5 cents per nonpareil line. 
Reading notices, minion, 20 cents a line; 
1.000 lines or more, 15 cents. Weekly, agate, 
75 cents a line, each insertion. Reading 
matter, $1 a line. Discounts on one inch or 
more in weekly, 3 months, 10 per cent; six 
months, 20 per cent; one year, 25 per cent. 

See advertisement on page 501. 

EVENING NEWS. Every evening except 
Sunday. Independent. Established 1888. 
Toledo Times Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $3; sworn average circulation for two 
months ending May 31, 1901, 17,517*; 8 to 
16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Also publishes TOLEDO TIMES, which see. 

Advertising rates, agate, 9 cents a line; 
100 lines, 5 cents; 500 lines, 3^ cents; 1,000 
lines, 2% cents a line. Special position ex- 
tra. Classified, 1 cent a word; one week, 5 
cents a word; one month, $1 per line. 

Classified advs appear in both News ajid 
Toledo Times (see Times) for one price. 
Pure reading, 25 cents a line; telegraphic 
matter, 35 cents a line. See TIMES for 
combination rate both papers. 

EXPRESS. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY. Thursdays. German, 
independent Republican. Established 1853. 
Toledo Express Company, publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 
6,300; weekly. $1; claimed circulation, 11,200; 
daily, 8, weekly, 12 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line; 
150 lines, 4% cents; 500 lines, 4 cents; 1,000 
lines, 3Ms cents; 5,000 lines, 2M- cents; 10,000 
lines, i. cents. Classified ads, 1 cent a word. 
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10 cents a Hue; 4 times, 8 cents; 3 months, 
7 cents; one year, 5 cents a line per time. 

TIMES. Every morning. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1846 (succeeded Commercial, April 
15, 1900). Toledo Times Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5; Sunday, $2; sworii av- 
erage circulation for two months ending 
May 31, 1901, 9,152*; 10 to 12 pages (Sunday 
16 to 24 pages), 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 



use matrices. Also publishes the EVENING 
NEWS, which see. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, one 
time, 7 cents; 100 lines, 4 cents; 500 lines, 
3 cents; 1,000 lines or more, 2 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 20 cents a line, count, 
with discounts for 100 lines and over. Pure 
reading, 25 cents a line; telegraphic matter, 
35 cents. Classified, i cent a word; one 
week, 5 cents a word; 1 month, $1 a line. 
Classified advertising also inserted in Even- 
ing News (see News) without extra charge. 
Combination rate, TIMES and EVENING 
NEWS, display, agate, 12 cents a line; 100 
lines, 7 cents; 500 nnes, 5 cents; 1,000 lines, 
3^ cents a line. Local readers, 35 cents 
a line, with discounts for 100 lines and 
over. Sunday, onl" 10 cents a line; 100 
lines, 5 cents; 500 lines, 4 cents; 1,000 lines, 
3 cents a line. 

AMERICAN FARM AND FIRESIDE. 
Every Saturday. Agricultural. Established 
1871. Galen Oderkirk, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed circulation, 7,800; 8 pages, 
6 columns; length of columns, 18 Inches; 
width. 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents a line; $1 an 
Inch per time; 20 per cent discount on one 
year. 

See advertisement on page 377. 

AMERYKA. Every Saturday. Independ- 
ent. Polish. Established 1887. A. A. Pa- 
ryski, publisher. Subscription, $1.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 18,000; 8 to 32 pages, 5 
columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents. Readers, 15 cents a line. 

SUNDAY COURIER-JOURNAL. - Every 
Sunday. News and Literary. Established 
1868. The Courier- Journal Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $1.50; claimed average circula- 
tion, 5,500; 16 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns. 20 inches; widm, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $3; three months, $8; six months, 
$12; one year, $20. 100 inches within one 
year. $50; 200 inches, $90; 500 inches, $175. 
Reading notices, brevier, 20 cents a line 
with discounts for 100 lines and over. 

AMERICAN MEDICAL COMPEND (The). 
Monthly. Medical. Established 1884. W. 
W. Grube, publisher. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, 10,000; 64 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 8 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, % page, three months, 
$7; six months. $12; one year, $20; % page, 
three months, $12; one year, $35; % page, 



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three months, $20; one year, $60; one page, 
three months, $35; one year, $100. 

BIBLIOTEKA POLSKA. Monthly. Po- 
lish. Literary. Established 1887. A. A. 
Paryski, publisher. Subscription, $2; claimed 
circulation exceeding 10,000 (Christmas spe- 
cial issue, 40,000;) 200 to 250 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8 6-16 inches; width, 
2 11-16 inches. Can use matrices. Forms 
close 15th preceding month. 

Advertising rates, per inch, $2 each in- 
sertion. Christmas issue, $5 per inch. 

GUNNELS' MONTHLY (24th). Literary. 
Established 1887. J. W. Gunnels, publisher. 
Subscription, 50 cents; estimated circula- 
tion, 18,000; 20 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 13^ inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. Publisnes also THE COR- 
RESPONDENT. Matrimonial Monthly; 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches. Forms close 22d of current month. 

Advertising rates, $1 per inch in either 
publication, per time; both papers, $1.50 an 
inch. 



MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REPORTER. 
Monthly (15th). Medical. Established 1880. 
Toledo Medical & Surgical Reporter Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed cir- 
culation, 10,000; 90 pages, 7x10. 

Advertising rates, % page, one time, $10; 
three months, $20; six months, $30; one 
year, $45; % page, one time, $15; three 
months, $30; six months, $40; one year, $60; 
Y 2 page, one time, $20; one year, $90; one 
page, one time, $30; one year, $150. Reading 
notices, 50 cents a line. 

WOMAN'S MEDICAL JOURNAL (The). 
Monthly. Medical. Established 1893. The 
Hackedom Printing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $2; claimed average circulation, 
6,500; 72 pages, 1 column; length of column, 
7 inches; width, 5& inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

XENIA 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. United Presbyterian. Established 
1887. Marshall & Beveridge Co., publishers. 
Subscription, 60 cents; estimated circula- 
tion, 5,000; 28 pages, 7x10. 

Advertising rates on application. 

YOUNGSTOWN 

TELEGRAM. Every evening, except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Mondays. Republican. 
Established 1869. The Telegram Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6; claimed cir- 
culation, 9,800; weekly, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 4,800; 8 to 12 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns, 19^ inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, each insertion, 
50 cents per inch; 500 inches within one 
year, 45 cents an inch; 1,000 inches, 35 cents; 
2,000 inches, 30 cents; 3,000 inches, or more. 
25 cents an inch. Classified, % cent a word. 
Pure reading notices, 25 cents a line. Week- 
ly, 20 cents an inch per time. 



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VINDICATOR. Every evening, SUNDAY 
MORNING and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Dem 
ocratic. Established, daily, 1889; weekly 
1868. The Vindicator Printing Co., publish 
ers. Subscription, daily, $5; claimed aver 
age circulation, 9,900 (Sunday, 6,800); week 
ly, $1; claimed circulation, 7,200; daily 8 
Sunday and weekly, 16 pages; daily, 8, Sun 
day, and weekly, 7 columns; length of col 
umns, 22 inches; width, 2y 8 inches. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, one Inc-h, one 
time, $1; one week, $5; one month, $10; 
three months, $20; six months, $3.150; nine 
months, $42.50; one year, $50. Discounts on 
3 inches and upwards. Positipu, extra. 
Reading notices, 20 cents per line each in- 
sertion. Weekly, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $3; three months, $8; six months, 
$13; one year, $20. Reading notices, same 
as daily. Sunday edition same as weekly. 

See advertisement on page 378. 

ZANESVILLE 

COURIER. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. 
Established, daily, 1846; weekly, 1810. The 
Courier Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$6; claimed circulation, 2,600; weekly, $1; 
claimed circulation, 5,400; 8 to 16 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 19% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 50 
cents; one month, $3; three months, $6; six 
months, $9; one" year, $15. Weekly, one inch, 
one time, 50 cents; one year, $15; further 
rates on application. 



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SIGNAL. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, twice a week, Mondays and 
Thursdays. Democratic. Signal Co., pub- 
lishers. Established, daily, 1879; weekly, 
1864. Subscription, daily, $5.20; claimed av- 
erage circulation for three months ending 
May 31, 1901, 3,893; weekly, $1.50; claimed 
circulation, 4,800; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, electro- 
typed matter, 9 cents an inch, per time, 
next reading matter, 10 cents an inch; full 
position, 12 cents; composition, 5 to 9 cents 
an inch extra. No discounts for time or 
space. Classified, % cent a word. Reading 
notices, marked, 5 cents a line; unmarked, 
and among reading matter, 15 cents a line.. 
Weekly, one inch, electrotyped matter, 12 
cents an inch; next reading, 13% cents; full 
position, 16 cents; composition, 5 to 9 cents 
an inch extra. Reading notices, same as in 
daily. 



TIMES-RECORDER. Every morning, ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Republican. Established, daily and weekly, 
1877. Times-Recorder Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5.20; estimated circulation, 
3,400; weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 5,200; 
4 to 16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width, 2V & inches. Can use mat- 
rices. 

Advertising rates, daily, or weekly, 15 
cents per inch, per time. Reading notices, 
10 cents a line. 




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EL RENO 

AMERICAN. Every morning including 
Sunday. Established July, 1901. Claimed 
circulation exceeding 15,000; 8 pages. 

Advertising rates on application. 

GUTHRIE 

LEADER. Every evening, except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. 
Established, daily, 1892; weekly, 1893. Leader 
Printing Company, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $6; guaranteed average circula- 
tion for year 1900, 4,484*; weekly, 50 cents; 
guaranteed average circulation for four 
months ending April 25, 1901, 6,744*; 8 pages, 
6 columns; length of columns, 19^ inches; 
width, 2 1 ! inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line; 
6 insertions, 2% cents; 13 insertions, 1% 
cents; one month, or over, % of a cent per 
line per time. Discounts: on three months, 
15 per cent; six months, 20 per cent; one 
year, 25 per cent. WEEKLY, one time, 7 
cents; two times, 5 cents; 4 times, 2* cents 
per line per time; same discounts. 

OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL. Every 
morning except Monday, and WEEKLY, 
Saturdays. Republican. Established 1889. 
State Capital Printing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5; sworn average circula- 
tion for year 1900, 9,266*; weekly, 50 cents; 
sworn average circulation for same period, 
15,586*; 8 pages (Sunday, 16 pages); 7 and 8 
columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 7 cents a line; 
one week, 4 cents; two weeus, 3 cents; one 
month, or over, l 1 ^ cents per line, per time. 
E. O. D., 25 per cent added to daily rates, 
pro rata; 1 t. a. w., 35 per cent added. 
Discounts on three months, 15 per cent; six 
months, 20 per cent; one year, 25 per cent. 
Reading notices, 50 per cent extra. Weekly, 
10 cents a line; one month, 4 cents; dis- 



counts, same as daily. Discounts of 10 per 
cent when same adv is run in both daily 
and weekly, for three months, or longer. 
See advertisement on page 505. 



OKLAHOMA FARMER. Every Wednes- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1890. The 
Farmer Publishing Co., publishers; Frank 
H. Greer, Pres. and Manager. Subscription, 
50 cents; claimed circulation, 8,300; 16 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 13 inches; 
width. 2V4 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line; 
preferred position, 7 cents. Reading notices, 
10 cents per nonpareil line. Discounts, 10, 
15 and 25 per cent, on 3, 6 and 12 months, 
respectively. 

See advertisement on page 368. 



OKLAHOMA CITY 

HOME, FIELD AND FORUM. Monthly. 
Agricultural. Established 1892. Home, 
Field and Forum Co.. publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 50 cents; guaranteed circulation, 21,500; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13% 
inches; width, 2V4 inches. Forms close 10th 
of the month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Reading notices, 20 cents a line. Special 
rates on larger space. 

See advertisement on page 423. 



WOODWARD 

LIVE STOCK INSPECTOR.-Semi-month- 
ly. Live-stock. Established 1895. W. E. 
Bolton, publisher. Subscription, $1; guar- 
anteed average circulation for year 1900, 
12,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns, 12*4 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 
Discounts, 5 per cent on three months; 10 
per cent on six months; 25 per cent on one 




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MOUNT ANGEL 

ST. JOSEPH BLATT. Every Tuesday, 
German. Catholic. Established 1888. Bene- 
dictine Fathers, editors and publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 9,846; 
8 pages, 13x20. 

Also publishes DER ARMEN SEELEN 
FREUND, monthly, 52 pages, 7x10, circula- 
tion claimed, 7,430. 

Advertising rates on application. 



PORTLAND 

EVENING TELEGRAM. Every evening, 
except Sunday. Independent Republican. 
Established 1878. Telegram Publishing Com- 
pany, publishers. Subscription, $5; claimed 
average circulation for year 1900, 16,364*; 10 
to 20 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20% inches, width, 2% inches. Can use 
matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 1 time, $1.25 per 
inch; one week. $4.80; one month, $14.30; one 
month, E. O. D., $7.15; 2 times a week, $5.40 
an inch. Special position extra. Open space, 
used within one year, 1,000 inches, 55 cents 
an inch; 2,500 inches, 45 cents; 5,000 inches, 
40 cents. Classified ads, 10 cents a line first 
time; 5 cents after. Locals 25 cents a line; 
6 times, $1.25; one month, $3.50, nonpareil. 



MORNING OREGONIAN. Every morn- 
Ing, and OREGONIAN, Fridays. Republi- 
can. Established 1850. Oregonian Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$7.50; claimed circulation, 24,093 (Sunday, 
29,422);' weekly, $1.50; claimed circulation, 
21,028; 12 to 24 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 20% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 12V cents 
a line; 2 times, 10 cents; 5 times, 9 cents; 
10 times, 8Vz cents; 20 to 26 times, 8 cents; 
3 months, 7 cents; six months, 6% cents; 
one year, 6 cents a line, per time. Open 
space, 1,000 lines, 10 cents a line; 2,000 lines, 
9 cents; 3,000 lines, 8*4 cents; 4,000 lines, 8 
cents; 5,000 lines, 7V 2 cents; 10,000 lines, 7 
cents; 12,500 lines, or more, 6^ cents a line. 
Position extra. Classified, 30 cents for 15 
words; 10 cents for each 5 words additional. 
Sunday or weekly, 12M> cents a line per 
time. Reading notices, 25 and 50 cents a 
line. Only outline cuts used. 



AMERICAN HEBREW NEWS. - Every 
Friday. Jewish. Established 1893. Isaac 
Stern, publisher. Subscription, $2; estimated 
circulation, 2,000; 8 pages, 10x13. 

Advertising rates on application. 

See advertisement on page 469. 



NORTH PACIFIC RURAL SPIRIT. Ev- 
ery Friday. Agricultural and Live Stock. 
Established 18t9. M. D. Wisdom, publisher. 
Subscription, $1.50: claimed circulation, 6,500; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, 65 
cents; one month, $2; three months, $5.30; 
six months, $8.65; one year, $16. Reading no- 
tices, 15 cents first time, 10 cents after. 



NORTHWEST PACIFIC FARMER. Ev- 
ery Thursday. Established 1871. Pacific 
Farmer Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
sworu circulation, 10,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 12 Inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one inch, one 
time, $1; one month, $2.50; three months, 
$6; six months, $10; one year, $20. Two 
inches, one month, $4.50; three months, $10; 
one year, $35. Special positions, 25 per cent 
extra. Reading notices, brevier, 20 cents 
per line, first time; 10 cents after. 



SUNDAY WELCOME. Every Saturday. 
Independent. Established 1874. Meyer & 
Senosky, publishers. Subscription, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 6,000; 4 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns. 24 inches; width, 2 1 ,s 
inches. 

Advertising rates, $2 an inch per month. 
Locals, 10 cents a line. 



PACIFIC MONTHLY. Popular. Estab- 
lished 1898. Pacific Monthly Publishing 
Company, publishers. Subscription, $1; 
estimated circulation, 5,000; 84 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns. 8 inches; width, 
21/2 inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one month, 
$2.50; three months, $6.75; six months, $12; 
one year, $18; one page, one month, $25; 
three months, $67.50; six months, $120: one 
year, $180. 



SALEM 

CAPITAL JOURNAL. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Republican. Established, daily, 1S88; week- 
ly, 188L Capital Journal Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; claimed 
circulation, 2,756; weekly, $1; claimed cir- 
culation, 2,900; 4 to 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns 21% inches; wid<th, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, $2 per inch per 
month. E. O. D., % of daily rates; locals, 
10 cents a line; daily and weekly, combined, 
$3 per inch, per month; locals, 15 cents a 



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line. Weekly only, $2 per inch, per month. 
Locals, 10 cents a line. Classified ads, 4 
line-s or less, 1 time, 25 cents; one week, 50 
cents; one month, $1.50. 

OREGON STATESMAN.-Every morning, 
except Monday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tues- 
days and Fridays. Republican. Established 
1852. Statesman Publishing Company, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6; claimed cir- 
culation, 3,000; weekly, $1.50; claimed cir- 
culation, 4,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, 21V 2 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time. 25 cents; 1 week, 90 cents; one month, 
$3; six months, $12; one year, $18; E. O. D., 
one week, 50 cents; one month, $2; three 
months, $5; six months, 58;; one year, $12. 
Position extra. Locals, 10 cents a line. 
Classified ads, 25 cents for one or three 
insertions of 5 lines. Semi-Weekly, 1 t. a. 
w., one time; 25 cents; one month, 90 cents; 



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three months, $2.25; six months, $3.75; one 
year, $6; 2 t. a. w., one week, 50 cents; one 
months, $1.50; three months, $4.25; six 
mouths, $6.75; one year, $9. 

PACIFIC HOMESTEAD.-Every Thurs- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1900. The 
Homestead Company, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed circulation, 5,700; 20 pages, 
4 columns; length of columns, 14 inches; 
width, 2>/8 inches'. 

Advertising rates, agate, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one month, $2; three months, 
$5; six months, $8; one year, $12. 

A. O. U. W. REPORTER. Monthly. Fra- 
ternal. Established 1893. Frank Davey, 
publisher. Sworn circulation, 10,500*; 4 pages, 
6 columns; length of columns, 20 inches; 
width. 2% inches. 

Advertising rates* on application. 




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ALLEGHENY 

ALLEGHEXIElt AND PITTSBURGER 
SONNTAGSBOTE. Every Saturday. Ger- 
man. Neutral. Established 1878. German- 
American Printing and Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, J2; estimated circu- 
lation, 14,500; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 22 inches; width, 21-6 
inches. Also dated at Pittsburg. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one year, $20. Business notices, 10 
cents a line; local notices, 15 cents a line. 

CHRISTIAN STATESMAN. Every Sat- 
urday. Christian reform. Established 1867. 
The Christian Statesman) Co., publishers. 
Subscription, $2; estimated circulation, 6,500; 
16 pages, 4 columns, length of columns, 11% 
inches; width, 24 inches. 

Advertising rates, $1 an inch, with dis- 
counts. 

ALLENTOWN 

OHRONICI/E AND NEWS. Every even- 
ing except Sunday, and LEHIGH REGIS- 
TER, Wednesdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1848. Estate of Robert Iredell, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $4.50; claimed 
circulation, 3,545; weekly, $1; estimated cir- 
culation. L400; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 20 Inches; width, 2% inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
75 cents; one week. $2.25; one month, $5; 
three months, $12; six months, $18; one year, 
$30. E. O. D., three-fourths of daily rates. 
Weekly, 50 cents an inch, first time, 25 
cents afterwards. 

CITY ITEM. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Democratic. Established 1877. Cyrus 
Kuntz, publisher. Subscription, $4.50; esti- 
mated circulation, 3,650; 8 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, $2.25; one month, $5; three 
months, $12; six months, $18; one year, $30. 
E. O. D., three-fourths of daily rates. 

LEADER. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1893. Leader Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription $3; 
claimed average circulation, for year 1900, 
4,544; 4 to 8 pages, 6 and 7 columns; length 
of columns, 22 inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 
Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one Inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, $2.25; one month, $5; threfe 
months, $12; six months, $18; one year, $30; 
K. O. D., % of daily rates. 



WELT-BOTE. Every Tuesday. German. 
Independent. Established 1854. Welt-Eote 
Publishing Co., Publishers. Subscription, 



$2; claimed circulation 15,000; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, $2 per inch, first time, 
$1 per inch afterward. 

ALTOONA 

EVENING GAZETTE. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Republican. Established 1892. 
The Gazette Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$3; estimated circulation, 5,200; 8 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns, 19^ inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 25 
cents; one week; $1; one month, $2.25; three 
months, $6.25; six months, $12,50; one year, 
$24. Classified advertisements, 1 cent a 
word. Reading notices, 20 cents an inch, 
first time, 20 per cent discount for subse- 
quent insertions. 

MIRROR. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1874. Harry & 
William H. Slep, publishers. Subscription, 
$3; sworn average circulation, for three 
months, ending March 31, 1901, 7,006*; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns; 19^ 
Inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates on application. 

MORNING TRIBUNE.-Every morning 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY. Thursdays, 
Daily, Republican; Weekly, Independent. 
Established daily, 1873; weekly, 1855. The 
Altoona Tribune Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 3,500; 
weekly, $1; claimM circulation, 2,000; 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 20 
Inches; width, 2% Inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
one time, 50 cents; one week, $2.50; one 
month, $4.50; three months, $9; one year, 
$2L Local notices, 10 cents per line, first 
insertion, 5 cents, subsequent insertions. 
Weekly, 1 inch, one time, 50 cents; one 
month, $3; three months, $4.50; one year, 
$10. Local notices same as daily. 

BEAVER SPRINGS 

AMERICAN BUSINESS JOURNAL. 

Monthly. Literary. Established 1893. Jour- 
nal Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 20 cents; claimed average circulation, 
20,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns, 20 inches; width, 2*4 Inches. Forms 
close on 25th of preceding month. 
Advertising rates, 10 cents a line per time. 

AMERICAN MONTHLY HERALD. 
Monthly. Travel, Recreation, Belgian Hare, 
Home. Established 1896. Ambrose W. Au- 
nand, editor and publisher. Subscription, 
25 cents; guaranteed average circulation, 
25,000; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 



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umns, 10 inches; width, 2% inches. Forms 
closte 25th of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents a 
line per time. 

CHESTER 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1876. Wallace & 
Sproul, publishers. Subscription, $3; sworn 
average circulation, for six months ending 
June 30, 1901, 7,708*; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2^4 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1.20: 
one week, $4.20; 10 inches, or more, 50 
cents an inch. Open space, used within 
one year, 3,500 lines. 3 cents' a line; 7,000 
lines, 2% cents; 14,000 lines, 2 cents a line, 
agate. Classified ads, 10 cents a line. Read- 
ing notices, run of paper, 15 cents a line 
first time, 10 cents second time, 5 cents 
afterward^. 

CLEONA 

PREACHERS' HELPER.-Monthly. 
Homiletical. Established. 1894. G. Holzapfel, 
publisher. Subscription, $1; claimed circu- 
lation, 13,COO; 64 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 12 cents per agate line; 
$1.60 per inch; $22.50 per half page; $40 per 
page. Time discounts, 5 per cent for three 
mouths, 10 per cent for fc<ix months, 15 per 
cent for nine months; 20 per cent for twelve 
months. 



PULPIT .-Monthly. Sermons. Estab- 
lished 1889. G. Holzapfel publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 6,500; 64 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 8 
inches; width, 2^ inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 80 
cents; six times, $4; one year $6. 

EASTON 

ARGUS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days. Democratic. Established, daily, 1879; 
weekly, 1829. O. L. Fehr, publisher. Sub- 
scription, daily, $3; estimated circulation, 
3,900; semi-weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 
3,700; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of columns, 
25 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, one 
inch, one week, $1.25; one month, $4.50; 
three months $7.50; six months, $10; one 
year, $15. Classified advertisements', one 
cent a word. Reading notices, 10 cents a 
line. Semi-Weekly, one inch, one time, 60 
cents; one month (one time a week), $1.50; 
one year (52 times), $6. 

SUNDAY CALL. Every Sunday. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1883. J. P. Correll, 
publisher. Subscription, $1.50; claimed cir- 
culaion, 4,700; 12 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 19^ inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time. 25 
cents: four times. $1; three months $2.50; 
six months, J4; one year, $6, 



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EDINBORO 

EDUCATIONAL INDEPENDENT. Every 
Saturday (except July and August). Edu- 
cational. Established 1893. Edinboro Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; sworn average circulation, 32,771*; 16 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10^ 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 12 cents per line, agate, 
each insertion. Reading notices, 15 cents 
per line. Contracts based on 40 issues a 
year. 



EVENING HERALD. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. In- 
dependent Democratic. Established 1878. 
Herald Printing and Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily, $6; claimed cir- 
culation, 5,700; weekly, $1; claimed circula- 
tion, 4,700; 16 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns, 21% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates daily, 1 inch, one time, 
50 cents; one week, $2: one month, $6; three 
months, $12; six months, $21; one year, $36. 
E. O. D., six months and one year, same 
as three and six months, daily. Classified 
ads, 1 cent a word. Reading notices, 10 
cents a line. AVEEKLY, 1-3 more than daily 
rates. 

MORNING DISPATCH. Every morning 
except Sunday, EVENING NEWS, every 
evening except Sunday, and GAZETTE, 
Thursdays. Republican. Established 1851. 
Dispatch Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $6; claimed circulation, 
morning, 2,700; evening, 4,400; weekly $1.50; 
claimed circulation 2,900; 12 pages, 7 col- 
umns: length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, either daily, 1 inch, one 
time, $1; one week, $1.50; one month. $3.50; 
three months, $8.70; six months, $16.50; one 
year, $32; for morning and evening com- 
bined, add 50 per cent to rate. Reading no- 
tices, 10 cents a line. Classified, 1 cent a 
word, covering insertion in both dailies. 
WEEKLY, 1 inch, one time, $1; one month, 
$1.30; three months, $2.10; six months, $3.50; 
one year, $6.10. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1888. The Times 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $3.00; sworn average circulation, for 
five months, ending May 31, 1901, 7,762*; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 19^ 
inches; width, 2V& inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents an inch, 
first time; 25 cents subsequent insertions; 
by the month, 20 cents an inch, per time; 
three months, 10 per cent discount; six 
months, 15 per cent; one year, 25 per cent, 
E. O. D., 15 per cent extra; 2 t. a w., 25 
per cent; 1 t. a w., 40 per cent. Open space 
used within one year, 500 inches, 25 cents 
an inch: 1000 inches, 20 cents. Classified. 1 
cent a word (minimum charge, 25 cents), 
Reading notices, 10 cents a line, 



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SUNDAY MESSENGER GRAPHIC.- 

Kvery Sunday. Established 1880. Sunday 
Messenger Publishing Co., puulishers. Sub- 
scription, $2.40; estimated circulation, 6,100; 
16 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $2.50; three months, $6; six 
months, $9; one year $12. Reading notices, 
10 cents a line. 

FKICKS 

POULTRY ITEM. Monthly. Poultry, etc. 
Established 1898. Henry H. Frick, publish- 
er. Subscription, 25 cents; claimed average 
circulation, for year 1900; 6,444; 20 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns, 10 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close 10th preced- 
ing month. 

Advertising rates, agate, 3 lines, one 
month, 35 cents; three months, 90 cents; six 
months, $1.65: one year, $3; % inch, one 
year, $6; one inch ?10; 3 inches, $27. 

GERMANTOWN 

INDEPENDENT GAZETTE.-Every Fri- 
day. Independent. Established, 1877. H. F. 
McCann, publisher. Subscription; Jl; esti- 
mated circulation, 7,000; 8 pages, 18x25. 

Advertising rates on application. 



TELEGRAPH. Every Friday. Family and 
Agricultural, Established 1830. C. Keely 
Hagy, manager. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, local, 5,000; country edition, 
15,000; 16 pages, 3 columns: length of col- 
umns, 12 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 10 cents a line; one 
mouth, 25 cents; three months, 75 cents; 
six months, $1.25; one year, $2. Reading no- 
tices, 25 cents a line. 



GREENVILLE 

YOUNG LUTHERAN. Monthly. Luther- 
an. Established 1883. The Young Lutheran 
Co. (Inc.), publishers. Subscription, 50 cents; 
claimed average circulation, 21,000; 16 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 9 1-6 inches; 
width, 2 1-3 inches. 

Advertising rates, $2.50 an inch, per time. 

HARRISBURG 

PATRIOT. Every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Democratic. 
Established 1858. The Patriot Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $3; claimed circu- 
lation, 7,800; weekly, $1; claimed circulation, 
4,822; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20 inches; width, 2y 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, less than 1,000 
lines, 4 cents per line; 1.000 lines, 3% cents; 
2,000 lines, 3 cents; 6,000 lines, 2V4 cents; 
10.000 lines, 2 cents; 20,000 lines, 1% cents. 
Medical ads. 30 cents an inch each time. 
Position, 10 to 25 per cent extra. Classified, 
1 cent a word. Pure reading matter, minion, 
15 cents a line. Weekly, one cent per agate 
line each insertion. Reading notices, minion, 
10 cents a line. 

See advertisement on page 485. 



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STAR INDEPENDENT. Every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY. Fridays. In- 
dependent. Established 1876. B. F. Meyers, 
publisher. Wilmer Crow, manager. Sub- 
scription, $3; guaranteed average circula- 
tion for year 1900, 8,922; weekly, $1; esti- 
mated circulation, 2,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line; 
1,000 lines used within one year, 4 cents; 
2,000 lines, 3% cents; 4,000 lines, 3 cents; 
6,000 lines, 2% cents; 8,000 lines, 2% cents; 
10,000 lines, 2 cents; 15,000 lines, 1% cents; 
20,000 lines, or more, 1% cents. Special po- 
sition, 10 and 25 per cent extra. Classified, 
1 cent a word each insertion. Pure reading 
matter, 20 cents a line. Weekly, 2 cents 
per agate line each insertion. No time or 
space discounts. 



TELEGRAPH. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Mondays and 
Thursdays. Republican. Established, daily. 
1856; weekly, 1831. harrisburg Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; 
claimed circulation, 7,500; semi-weekly. $1; 
claimed circulation, 4,300; daily, 8 pages: 
semi-weekly, 8 pages, 8 columns; length of 
columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, tran- 
sient advertisements, 20 cents per line first 
Insertion; 15 cents after; long time adver- 
tisements, 4 lines, one time, 50 cents; one 
week, $1.50; one month, $5; three months, 
$10; six months, $15; one year, $25. Medical 
advertisements, V a extra. E. O. D., 4 ot 
daily rates. Readers, 25 cents. Business 
notices, 10 cents a line. Semi-Weekly, one- 
half the rates of daily. Pure reading mat- 
ter, 25 cents a line. Metal base cuts re- 
quired. 



EVANGELICAL. E very Wednesday. 
United Evangelical Church. Established 
1888. S. L. Wiest, publisher. H. B. Kurtz- 
ler, D. D., editor. Subscription, $1.50; 
claimed average circulation, 8,916; 8 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns, 19 inches; 
width, 2y 8 inches. 

Advertising rates, per inch, one time, 75 
cents; one month, $2.25; three mouths, $6; 
six months, $10; one year, $15. 



HAZLETON 

SENTINEL. Every evening except Sun- 
day ana WEEKLY, Fridays. Repub- 
lican. Established, daily, 1870;*weekly, 1866. 
Sentinel Printing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $3; weekly, $1; claimed circula- 
tion, 4,800 (weekly, 1,500); 4 to 6 pages, 7 
columns- length of columns, 21 inches; 
width, 2V t inches. 

Advertising rates. 100 inches. 25 cents an 
inch; 500 inches, 20 cents; 800 inches, 16 
cents; 1,200 inches, 13 cents; 2,000 inches or 
more, 12 cents. Locals, 15 cents a line, first 
time, 10 cents subsequent insertions; by the 
month, 7 cents a line per time. 



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JOHNSTOWN 

DEMOCRAT. Every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. 
Established, daily, 1888; weekly, 1863. War- 
ren Worth Bailey, publisher. Subscription, 
daily, $3; sworn average circulation for five 
months ending May 31, 1901, 4,823*; weekly, 
$1; estimated circulation, 4,300; daily, 8 to 16, 
weekly, 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns, 18% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one month, $6; two months, 
$10; three months, $11.52; six months, $20.2S; 
one year, $31.20. Classified ads, 5 cents a 
line. Reading notices, 10 cents a line first 
time; 5 cents a line after. WEEKLY, one 
inch, one time, 50 cents; one month, $1.62; 
one year. $10. 

TRIBUNE. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. 
Established, daily, 1873; weekly, 1853. Geo. 
T. Swank, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 3,241; 
weekly, $1.50; claimed circulation, 2,903; 4 
to 8 pages; daily, 8, weekly, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21 inches; width, 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, one Inch, one 
time, 50 cents; one week, $2.37; one month, 
$6; three months, $11.16; six months, $14.62; 
one year, $21.56. Classified ads, 5 cents a 
line. Reading notices, 5 cents a line. 
WEEKLY, one inch, one time, 50 cents; one 
month, $1.62; six months, $6.50; one year, $10. 

LANCASTER 

EXAMINER. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays. Independent Republican. Es- 
tablished, daily, 1872; weekly, 1825. Thos. 
B. and Harry B. Cochran, publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5; claimed circulation, 5,- 
100; semi-weekly, $1.50; claimed circulation, 
5,200; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20V 2 inches; width, 2*4 inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, Y 2 inch, 
one time, 40 cents; two times, 60 cents; one 
week, $1.25; one month, $3.50; one year, $5; 
one inch, one time, 75 cents; one week, $2.50; 
one month, $7; three months, $12; six 
months, $18; one year, $28; 2 inches, three 
months, $20; one year, $45; each additional 
inch, per year, $15. E. O. D., %; two times 
a week, 2-3; one time a week, y 2 of the 
above rates. Local notices, 10 cents per 
line each insertion. Semi-weekly (one time 
a week), one inch, one time, 75 cents; one 
month, $2; thrpo months, $4.25; six months, 
$7; one year, $12; each additional inch, one 
year, $10. For both editions semi-weekly, 
add 50 per cent to thejse rates. Solid cuts 
required. 

See advertisement on page 429. 

INTELLIGENCER. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Wednesdays 
and Saturdays. Democratic. Established 
1794. Steinman & Foltz, publishers. Sub- 
scription, daily, $5; semi-weekly, $1.50; esti- 
mated circulation, daily, 5,500; semi-weekly, 
4.500; 6 to 8 pages, 8 columns; length of 
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Advertising rates, daily, one inch, one 

I time, 75 cents; one week, $2.50; one month, 
$7; three months, $12; six months, $18; one 
. y-ear, $28. E. O. D., % of daily rates. Busi- 
I ness notices, 10 cents a line, first time; 7% 
cents after; semi-weekly, 10 cents a line 
first time, 5 cents after. 

MORNING NEWS. -Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday. Republican. Established 1890. 
The Morning News Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $5; estimated circulation, 5,000; 4 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 22% 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, $2.50; one month, $7; three 
months, $12; six months, $18; one year, $28. 
E. O. D., % daily rates. Reading notices, 
10 cents a line first time; 7% cents a line 
after. 

NEW ERA. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Wednesdays and 
Saturdays. Independent Republican. Es- 
tablished 1877. The New Era Printing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $5; claimed 
circulation, 6,500; semi-weekly, $1.50; claimed 
circulation, 8,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21^ inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch, 
one time, 75 cents; one week, $2.50; one 
month, $7; three months, $12; one year, $28; 
24 lines, one year. $45. E. O. D., % of daily 
rates. Semi-weekly, first, 10 cents; subse- 
quent insertions, 5 cents per line. 

HOMCEOPATHTC ENVOY. M o n t h 1 y. 
Homoeopathy. Established 1891. E. P. An- 
shutz, publisher. Subscription, 25 cents; 
claimed average circulation, 9,000; 8 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 9V 2 inches; 
width, 3% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 

PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL JOURNAL. 
Monthly. Educational. Established 3852. 
.7. P. McCaskey, publisher. Subscription, 
$1.60; estimated circulation, 6,500; 48 to 56 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, . 7Vz 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one page, one month, 
$25; three months, $60; one year, $180. 

UNITED STATES VOLUNTEER. Month- 
ly. Military and Naval. Established 1899. 
The Volunteer Publishing Co., publishers. 
Subscription. 50 cents; estimated circula- 
tion, 10,000: 32 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 7% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, $2.50 an inch. 
Discounts, 5, 10 and 20 per cent on 3, 6 and 
12 months respectively. 

LEBANON 

EVENING REPORT. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and SEMI-WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days and Saturdays. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1890. Report Publishing Co., publish- 
ers. Subscription, daily, $3; guaranteed aver- 
age circulation exceeding 3,000*; semi- weekly, 
$1; guaranteed average circulation exceed- 
ing 1,500*; 4 to S pages, 8 columns; length of 



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columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 75 
cents; one week, $2; one month, $5; three 
months, $10; six months. $16; one year, $24. 
E. O. D., % of daily rates; first page, double 
price. Local notices, 10 cents a line, first 
time, 5 cents afterward. Discounts on 1,000 
lines or more. Semi-weekly, rates on ap- 
plication. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Mondays and Thurs- 
days. Established, daily, 1872; semi-weekly, 
1894. Schropp, Light & Schropp, publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $3; estimated circula- 
tion, 3,000; semi- weekly, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 2,300; 4 pages, 20x26. 

Advertising rates, electrotyped matter, 
one time, 25 cents an inch; one week, 15 
cents; three months, 8% cents; six months, 
7% cents; one year, 7 cents. E. O. D. % 
daily rates. Open space, electrotyped mat- 
ter, 250 inches, 12 cents an inch; 500 inches, 
10 cents; 1,000 inches, 9 cents; 1,500 inches 
and over, 8 cents. Composition, 5 cents an 
inch extra. Classified. 1 cent a word. Read- 
ing notices, 5 cents a line. 



LIBONIA 

PARK'S FLORAL MAGAZINE. Month- 
ly. Floriculture. Established 1871. George 
Watt Park, publisher. Subscription, 25 
cents; sworn average circulation for one 
year ending April, 1901, 354,525*; 24 to 52 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 7% 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Forms close 
18th of preceding month. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 a line. 
Reading notices, same rate for space oc- 
cupied. 

See advertisement on pages 404 and 405. 

McKEESPORT 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1884. Daily News 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $3; 
claimed circulation, 5,300; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 40 cents an inch, first 
time, 25 cents an inch after; $3 an inch by 
the month. E. O. D., 2-3 daily rate. Classi- 
fied, 1 cent a word. Local notices, 10 cents 
a line, first time, 8 cents after. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1871. W. S. Ab- 
bott, publisher. Subscription, $3; claimed 
circulation, 4,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 19% inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, 25 
cents; by the month, 15 cents an inch; by 
the year, 10 cents an inch. Reading notices, 
8 cents per line, brevier. 

MEADVILLE 

TRIBUNE-REPUBLICAN. Every morn- 
ing, EVENING REPUBLICAN, every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY RE- 
PUBLICAN, Wednesdays. Republican. Es- 



tablished, Republican daily, 1884; weekly, 
1850; Tribune, 1884. Tribune Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription, morning, $5; 
claimed circulation, 2,250; evening. $3; 
claimed circulation, 1,500; weekly, $1.50; 
claimed circulation, 6,000; daily, 4, weekly, 
12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21% 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, display, morning, daily, 
7% cents an inch; evening, daily, 6 cents 
an inch; both dailies combined, 10 cents an 
inch. Reading notices, brevier, 7% cents a 
line in each edition; both dailies combined, 
10 cents a line. Double column extra. Week- 
ly edition, 25 cents an inch for display. 
Reading notices, 15 cents a line. Metal cuts 
required. 

PENNSYLVANIA FARMER.- Every 
Thursday. Agricultural. Established 1880. 
H. C. Crawford, and A. Gaston, publishers. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 3,000; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width. 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, first position, 20 cents 
an inch each insertion; second position, 16 
cents an inch; 20 per cent discount on year- 
ly contracts. Readers, 2 cents a line, non- 
pareil. 

MECHANICSBURG 

FARMER'S FRIEND AND GRANGE AD- 
VOCATE. Every Saturday. Agricultural. 
Established 1873. Thomas Printing House, 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 8,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 20 inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 30 cents an inch. Read- 
ing notices, 10 cents a line. 



MEDIA 

DELAWARE CO. AMERICAN. Every 
Saturday. Established 1855. Thos. V. 
Cooper & Sons, publishers. Subscription, 
$2; claimed circulation, 7,300; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 20% inches; 
width, 2 1-6 inches. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line, 
with discounts. 

LEDGER. Every Saturday. Republican. 
Established 1891. John B. Robinson, pub- 
lisher. T. Speer Dickson. editor. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; estimated circulation, 5,000; 4 
pages, 9 columns; length of columns, 26% 
inches; width. 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, one inch, one time, $1; 
one month, $1.75; three months, $2.75; six 
months, $4.25; one year, $7.50. 

See advertisement on page 443. 

MONTROSE 

INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN. Every 
Saturday. Republican. Established J855. 
Taylor & Ainey, publishers. Subscription, 
$2; estimated circulation, 4,800; 8 pages, 7 
columns: length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, 75 cents an inch, with 
discounts. 



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NEW CASTLE 

NEW CASTLE HERALD (formerly Cour- 
ant Guardian). Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Repub- 
lican. Established, daily, 1887; weekly, 1857. 
The New Castle Herald Co., publishers. 
Subscription, daily, $5; claimed average cir- 
culation, 3,500; weekly, $1; claimed circula- 
tion, 5,500; 8 pages; daily, 6 or 7 columns, 
weekly, 7 columns; length of columns, 20 
inches; width, 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one week, 
$2.25; one month, $5; three months, $10; six 
months, $16; one year, $25. E. O. D., three- 
fourths of daily rates. Locals, 10 cents a 
line. Classified advertisements, 4 lines one 
week, 50 cents. Weekly, 1 inch, one time, 
$1; one month, $1.50; six months, $5; one 
year, $7.50. Metal cuts required. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. 
Established, daily, 1880; weekly, 1874. The 
News Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$5; estimated average circulation, 5,490: 
weekly, $1; estimated average circulation, 
6,220; daily, 8, weekly. 12 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20% inches; width 2% 
inches. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time, 
$1; one week, $2.25; one month, $5; three 
months, $10; six months. $16; one year, $25. 
E. O. D., % daily rate. Weekly, 1 inch, one 
time, $1; one month, $1.50; three months, $3; 
six months, $5; one year, $7.50. 

NORKISTOWN 

HERALD. Every evening except Sunday 
and WEEKLY, Mondays. Republican. Es- 
tablished, daily, 1869; weekly, 1799. Morgan 
R. Wills, publisher. Subscription, daily, $3; 
estimated circulation, 5,300; weekly, $1.50; 
estimated circulation, 3,000; daily, 4; weekly, 
8 pages; 8 columns; length of columns, 20% 
inches; width. 2% inches. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 7 cents 
a line first time; 10 cents for 2 times; 15 
cents for 4 times; per inch, one month, $3; 
three months, $8; six months, $15; one year, 
$24. E. O. D., one-third less; weekly, per 
inch, one time, $1; one month, $2; three 
months, $4; six months, $6; one year, $12; 
one incn, one year, in both daily and week- 
ly, $30. Local notices, 10 cents a line first 
time; 5 cents after. 

OIL CITY 

DERRICK. Every morning, and SEMI- 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1872. Derrick Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$7; estimated circulation, 4,900; semi-weekly. 
$1; estimated circulation, 10,000; 8 pages. 6 
and 7 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2 J /4 inches. Can use matrices. 

Advertising rates, daily, 1 inch, one time. 
$1; one week. $2; one month, $4; three 
months, $12; six months, $24; one year, $48. 
Locals, brevier, 25 cents a line. Semi- 
Weekly, 1 inch, one time, $2; one month, 
$4; three months, $12; six months, $24; one 
year, $48. Daily and semi-weekly combined, 



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one inch, one time, $2.50; three months, $18; 
one year, $72. 

OXFORD 

BLOODED STOCK. Monthly. Live 
Stock. Established 1896. C. E. Morrison, 
publisher. Subscription, 50 cents; estimated 
circulation, 15,000; 16 pages, 3 columns. 

Advertising rates, 20 cents a line. 

PHILADELPHIA 

ABEND-POST. Every evening except 
Sunday. German. Republican. Established 
1866. Central Newspaper Union, publishers. 
Subscription, $5; claimed average circula- 
tion, 21,000; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of 
columns, 23% inches: width, 2 1-16 inches. 
Can use matrices. Office. 335 -North Sixth 
street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, one time, 10 
cents; one week, 35 cents; one month, $1; 
three months, $2; six months, $3; one year, 
$5 per line. Local notices, 20 cents. Local 
business notices, 10 cents per line. 

DEMOKRAT. Every morning except Sun- 
day. NEUE WELT, Sundays, and VEREI- 
NIGTE STAATEN ZEITUNG, Wednesdays. 
German. Independent. Established 1838. 
Philadelphia Demokrat Publishing Co.. pub- 
lishers. Subscription daily, $5-, estimated 
circulation, 38.000; Sunday. $2.50; estimated 
circulation, 36.000; weekly. $2.50; estimated 



circulation, 9,000; daily, 8 pages, 7 columns 
(Sundays, 20 pages, weekly, 16 pages); 
length of columns, 20V 2 inches; width, 2 1-16 



inches. Can use matrices. Office, 612-614 
Chestnut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, for either edi- 
tion, on less than 5,000 lines, 12 cents a line; 
5 per cent discount on 5,000 lines; 10 per 
cent on 10,000 lines. Special rates for stand- 
ings ads, running every day, and not more 
than four changes during the year, one 
month. $1.75 per .neate line; three months, 
$4.50; six months, $7.65; one year, $12. Class- 
ified advertisements, 10 cents a line. Read- 
ing notices, 50 cents and $1 a line. Finan- 
cial, 15 cents a line. 

EVENING BULLETIN. Every evening 
except Sunday. Republican. Established 
1847. William L. McLean, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $3; guaranteed average circula- 
tion for year 1900, 124,855*; 12 to 16 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns. 21 Inches; 
width. 2% inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice, 612 Chestnut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, on contract, 20 
cents per line. Transient and preferred 
position, 25 cents a line. Discounts. 5 per 
cent on 1,000 lines, 10 per cent on 3,000 lines. 
15 per cent on 5,000 lines, 20 per cent on 
10,000 lines. Double column advertisements 
must be at least 35 lines deep, triple 70 lines. 
Classified advertisements, 15 cents to 20 
cents per line. Reading notices, $1 and $2 
per agate line. Financial, 25 cents a line. 

EVENING HERALD. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Independent. Established 
1866. Herald Publishing Co., publishers. 



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Subscription, $3; estimated circulation, 8,000; 
4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 19% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 21 South Seventh street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, one 
time, 15 and 20 cents; 10 per cent discount 
on 200 lines; 15 per cent on 500 lines, 20 per 
cent on 1,000 lines; 25 per cent on 2,000 lines, 
etc. Special notices, 20 cents per line each 
insertion. Reading notices, 25 and 50 cents 
per line. 

EVENING ITEM. Every evening except 
Sunday, and SUNDAY MORNING. Repub- 
lican. Established 1847. The Item Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; 
sworn average circulation 160,000; Sunday, 
$1; sworn average circulation for year 1900, 
184,000; daily, 10 to 12 pages, 8 columns' (Sun- 
day, 16 to M pages, 8 columns); length of 
columns, 21 inches; width, 2 inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 28 South Seventh 
street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, one time, 
30 cents; by the year, 25 cents per line each 
insertion. Classified advertisements, 12^ 
cents a line. Medical, 25 cents. Reading 
notices, 75 cents to $1.50 per count line each 
insertion. Business notices, 50 cents a line. 
Sunday, same as daily. 

See advertisement on page 474. 

EVENING TELEGRAPH. Every evening 
except Sunday. Independent ' Republican. 
Established 1864.. Barclay H. Warburton, 
president. Subscription, $3; claimed average 
circulation, 100,000; 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 21 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, 704 Chest- 
nut street. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, 20 cents 
each insertion; financial, 25 cents a line, 
Classified advertisements, 10 to 15 cents a 
line. City items, 25 cents per count line. 
Notices, 50 cents. Special notices, 20 cents. 
Reading matter, $1 per line. Special read- 
ing matter, $2 a line. Display contracts, 
5,000 lines, 15 cents a line; 10,000 lines, 12 
cents; or 26 times and upward, daily, or 
E. O. D., 15 cents a line per time; daily, or 
E. O. D., one year, 12 cents a line per time. 
Financial contracts, 5000 lines, 20 cents a 
line; 10,000 linjjs, 15 cents, or 26 times and 
upward, daily, or E. O. D., 20 cents a line 
per time; one year, 15 cents. 

See advertisement on page 483. 



GAZETTE. Every morning, and every 
evening except Sunday, SONNTAGS GA- 
ZETTE, Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. 
German. Established 1879. Gennnu Daily 
Gazette Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription (morning or evening), $3; claimed 
circulation. 46.526; Sunday, 44,000; weekly, 
30,000; daily, 8 pages, Sunday and weekly, 
20 pages, 7 columns: length of columns, 21 
inches; width, 2Vi inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 924 Arch street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 15 cents 
a line; medical, 20 cents a line. Reading 
notices, 50 cents a line. Discounts, 26 in- 
sertions, 5 per cent: 156 insertions, 10 per 
cent; 352 insertions, 15 per cent; correspond- 



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ing line discounts. Sunday issue or weekly, 
15 cents a line, with discounts of 5 per cent 
on three months; 7% per cent on six months, 
and 12V 2 per cent on a year. Reading no- 
tices same as in daily. 
See advertisement on page 485. 



INQUIRER. Every morning. Independ- 
ent Republican. Established 1829. Philadel- 
phia Inquirer Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$3; guaranteed average circulation exceed- 
ing 170,000; 14 to 16 pages; Sunday, 48 to 56 
pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 22 
inches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 1109 Market street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line; 
(first page, $1) financial, 25 cents a line; 
medical, 30 cents; nonpareil notices, 50 cents 
a line; pure reading, minion, $1 a line (rirsi 
page, $2); special position, 50 per cent extra; 
discounts, 214 per cent on 26 insertions, or 
1,000 lines, 3% per cent on 52 insertions, or 
2,000 lines; 5 per cent on 78 insertions, or 
3.000 lines-, t^i per cent on 104 insertions, or 
5,000 lines; iy 2 per cent on 156 insertions, or 
7,000 lines; 10 per cent on 312 insertions, or 
10,000 lines; no discounts on medical, finan- 
cial, new publications, educational or clas- 
sified advertising. 

See advertisement on pages 374 and 433. 

NORTH AMERICAN. Every morning in- 
cluding Sunday. Independent Republican. 
Established 1771. Sunday, 1901. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; claimed circulation exceeding 175,- 
000 (Sunday, 200,000); 16 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns, 20% inches; width, 214 
inches. Can use matrices. Office, corner 
Broad and Sansom streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line, 
each insertion. Special positions, 30 and 35 
cents. Publications. 15 cents; amusements, 
25 cents; financial, 25 cents. Classified ads, 
10 and 15 cents a line. Discounts. 26 times, 
or 2.500 lines, 2% per cent; 52 times, or 5,000 
lines, 5 per cent; 156 times, or 7.500 lines, 7% 
per cent; 312 times, or 10,000 lines, 10 per 
cent. Reading notices. . leaded agate, or 
brevier, starred, or marked "adv," $1 a 
line. Sunday rate same as daily. 

PRESS. Every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Wednesdays. Republican. Established 1857. 
The Press Co., publishers. Subscription, 
daily, $6; estimated circulation, 60,000; Sun- 
day, $2.50; estimated circulation, 120,000; 
weekly, $1; estimated circulation, 8,000; 14 
to 16 pages (Sunday, 50 to 58 pages), 8 col- 
umns; length of columns, 21% inches; width, 
2 1-16 inches. Can me matrices. Office, 
corner Seventh and Chestnut streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, per line, 
20 cents (2d and 3d page, 25 cents); pre- 
ferred position, 5 cents a line extra. Su 
day, 25 cents a line. Classified advertise- 
ments from 15 to 25 cents; business op- 
portunities and wants, 10 cents a line, 
daily; 15 cents, Sunday. Classified medical, 
40 cents a line. Special notices, 20 cents. 
City items. 40 cents. Reading notices ** $1 
per count line each insertion; first page, $2; 
double column advertisements must be at 
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ly, 10 cents per line each insertion. Read- 
ing notices, starred, 50 cents per line. Metal 
cuts required. 

PUBLIC LEDGER. Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday. Independent. Established 
1836. George W. Childs Drexel, publisher. 
Subscription, $6; claimed circulation, 70,000; 
16 to 24 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
20V 2 inches; width, 2 1-5 inches. Can use 
matrices. Office, corner Sixth and Chestnut 
streets. 

Advertising rates, display, agate, 30 cents 
per line each insertion; agate, lower case, 
20 cents a line; classified, 15 and 20 cents 
a line; readers before "Marriage," and be- 
fore "Shipping," 30 cents solid, 50 cents 
display: readers on last page, 30 cents solid. 
50 cents display; no exta charge for borders 
or outs, or for breaking column rules; 
double column advertisements must be at 
least 50 lines deep. 



RECORD. Every morning. Independent 
Democratic. Established 1870. Record Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, daily, 
$3; Sunday, $1; sworn average circulation, 
daily, for year ending May 15, 1901, 186,356*; 
Sunday, for same period, 156.679*; 14 to 20 
pages, 8 columns; length of columns, 24 
inches; width, 21-16 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 917-919 Chestnut street. 

Advertising rates, daily, agate, 25 cents a 
line; agate reading, preceding marriages, 30 
cents a line; medical advertising, 40 cents 
a line; financial. 25 cents; preferred posi- 
tion, 10 to 40 per cent extra. Miscellaneous 
wants, 15 cents'* a line. Reading notices 
(heads measured as agate), $1 a line count; 
Sunday, same as daily, except, that ordinary 
display is 20 cents a line (medical, 40 cents) ; 
discount on daily, 2% per cent on twenty- 
six times; 5 per cent on fifty-two times; 6!4 
per cent on seventy-eight times; 7 per cent 
on ninety-one times; IVz per cenf on one 
hundred and fifty-six times; 8 per cent on 
two hundred and eight times; 10 per cent on 
three hundred and twelve times. Discount 
on Sunday, 2% per cent on thirteen times; 
5 per cent 011 six months; 7M> per cent on 
39 insertions; 10 per cent on one year. 
There are also line discounts on daily and 
Sunday, ranging from 2% per cent on 2,500 
lines, to 25 per cent on 100,000 lines. 

See advertisement on page 470. 



TAGEBLATT. Every morning except 
Sunday, and SONNTAGSBLATT Sunday 
German. Labor. Established 1877. Phila- 
delphia Tageblatt Publishing Association, 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; claimed 
circulation, 45,000; Sunday, $2; claimed cir- 
culation, 52.000; daily, 4 pages, Sunday, 12 
pages. 8 columns: length of columns, 25 
inches; width. 2 1-12 inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 613 Callowhill street. 

Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
one week, $4; one month, $10; three months, 
$25; six months, $35; one year, $60; 5 inches, 
three months, $65; six months, $100; one 
year. $200. Sunday, one inch, one time, $1.20; 
one month. $3; three months, $7; six months, 
$12; one year, $20; 5 inches, three months, 



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$30; six months, $50; one year, $80. Special 
notices, 10 cents a line first time; 5 cents 
a line after. 

TIMES. Every morning. Independent. 
Established 1875. The Philadelphia Times, 
publishers. Subscription, daily, $3; esti- 
mated circulation, 70,000; Sundays, $2; esti- 
mated circulation, 60,000; daily, 12 to 16 
pages (Literary Supplement in Saturday 
edition); Sunday, 32 pages, and Illustrated 
Magazine, 7 columns; length of columns, 
21 inches; width, 2 l /a inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, Times Building, Chestnut and 
Eighth streets. 

Advertising rates, daily, per agate line, 
each insertion, 20 cents. Publications, 12 
cents; Educational, hotels and resorts, 10 
cents. Preferred positions, 5 cents a Hue 
extra. Reading notices, $1 and $1.50 per line 
per time. Agents and Help Wanted, 5 cents 
a line. Discounts, daily, for display, 5 per 
cent on 2,500 lines within one year; 10 per 
cent on 5,000 lines; 15 per cent on 7,500 lines; 
20 per cent on 10,000 lines; 25 per cent on 
20,000 lines. 

ADVOCATE. Every Saturday. Independ- 
ent. Established 1885. Advocate Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated 
circulation, 11,500; 4 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 23y 2 inches; width, 2y s inches. 
Office, 113 North Twelfth street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1. 

AMERICAN FRIEND. Every Thursday. 
Friends. Established 1847. American Friend 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$1.50; claimed average circulation, 6,992; 24 
pages. '/4 and 3 columns; length of columns, 
9% inches; width, 2^4 inches. Forms close 
10 days in advance. Office, 718 Arch street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
discounts, 20 per cent on four times, 30 
per cent on three months; 40 per cent on 
six months; 50 per cent on one year. Space 
discounts (in lieu of- time discounts): 100 
lines, 30 per cent; 250 lines, 20 per cent; 500 
lines, 30 per cent; 1,000 lines, 40 per cent; 
1,500 lines, 50 per cent. 

AMERICAN MEDICINE. Weekly. Medi- 
cal, established 1901. American Medicine 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $4; 
guaranteed average circulation, 16,000; size 
of type page, 7x9^. Office, 1321 Walnut 
street. 

Advertising rates, $16 per page, per issue; 
%, % and V 2 pages pro rata. 

AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS CO.-See 
advertisement on page 385. 

BAPTIST COMMONWEALTH. E very 
Thursday. Baptist. Established 1868. In 
corporated 1900. Harper & Brother Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1.50; estimated 
circulation, 12,000; 24 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 10% inches; width, 2V4 
inches. Office, Harper Building, 200 S. 10th 
street. 

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line per time; 5,000 lines used within one 
year, 7 cents a line; one inch, 26 times, $26; 
52 times $50. Reading notices, starred, 25 
cents a line. 



BRITISH AMERICAN. Every Saturday. 
Established 1887. British American Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed 
circulation, 28,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, 15% inches; width. 2% inches. 
OflSce, Sixth and Chestnut streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents a line, 
with discounts for one month and one year. 

Circulation offices also at New York, Bos 
ton and San Francisco. 



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CATHOLIC STANDARD AND TIMES.- 
Every Saturday. Roman Catholic. Estab- 
lished 1866. Catholic Standard and Times 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription, 
$2; sworn circulation, 19,665; 8 and 10 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns, 20% inches; 
width, 2*4 inches. Can use matrices. Of- 
fice, 211 S. 6th street. 

Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line, 10 
cents. Special notices, 15 cents. Reading 
matter, 25 cents per line, each insertion. 
No uiscounts. 

See advertisement on page 499. 

CHRISTIAN INSTRUCTOR. - Every 
Thursday. United Presbyterian. Estab- 
lished 1844. Collins & Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; claimed circulation, 7,500; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches; width, 2^4 inches. Office, 1522 Chest- 
nut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents per line: 
1,500 lines, 4 cents a line. Special notices, 
solid, 10 cents per count line. Reading no- 
tices, leaded, 15 cents a line count. 

See advertisement on page 408. 

CHRISTIAN RECORDER. Every Thurs- 
day. (Negro.) African Methodist Episcopal. 
Established 1852. R. H. W. Leak, publisher. 
Subscription, $1; claimed circulation, 8,000; 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns, 17 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 631 Pine 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 4 cents a line; 
1,500 lines, 3 cents a line; special notices, 
double price. Reading notices, leaded, tri- 
ple price; no discounts. 

CHRISTIAN STANDARD AND HOME 
JOURNAL. Every Saturday. Methodist. 
Established 3865. Christian Standard Co. 
(Limited), publishers. Subscription, $1.50; 
claimed circulation, 15,000; 20 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13% inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 921 Arch street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line 
each insertion; 1,500 lines, 7% cents a line. 
Special notices, double price; reading no- 
tices, leaded, triple price per count line. 

See advertisement on page 408. 

CHURCH STANDARD. Every Saturday. 
Protestant Episcopal. Established 1830. 
Church Standard Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $3; estimated circulation, 12,000; 33 



columns; length of columns, 11% 
.nches; width, 2% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 133 South Twelfth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
reading notices, 30 cents; discounts, 10 per 
cent on one month, or 250 lines; 15 per cent 
on two months, or 500 lines; 20 per cent 
on three months, or 1,000 lines; 25 per cent 
on six months, or 1,500 lines; 30 per cent on 
one year, or 2.000 lines. 

EPISCOPAL RECORDER. Every Thurs- 
day. Reformed Episcopal. Established 1822. 
The Religious Press Association, publishers. 
Subscription, $2.50; claimed average circula- 
tion, 4,000; 20 pages, 5 columns; length of 
columns, 11 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
901-902 Witherspoon Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line; 
1,500 lines used within one year, 4 cents a 
line. 

See advertisement on page 408. 

FORWARD. Every Saturday. 'Presby- 
terian. Presbyterian Board of Publication, 
publishers. Claimed circulation, 170,000; 8 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 13 6-7- 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close Mon-' 
day of the third week preceding. Office,- 
Witherspoon Building. 

Advertising rates, agate 50 cents a line. 
Discount 10 per cent on 1,000 lines, or more, 
used within one year. 



GOLDEN DAYS.-Every Saturday. Juve- 
nile. Illustrated. Established 1880. Jas. 
Elverson, publisher. Subscription, $3; 
claimed circulation, 100,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
inches; width, 
in advance. 
Spruce streets. 
Advertising rates, agate, 75 cents per line 
each insertion; four times, 70 cents; thirteen 
times, 65* cents; six months, 60 cents; one 
year, 50 cents a line per time. 



came crcuaon, ,; 
umns; length of columns, 12% i 
2% inches. Forms close 20 day 
Office, corner 9th and Spruce s 



GUARDIAN ANGEL.-Every Saturday. 
Roman Catholic and Family. Established 
1867. Daniel F. Gillin, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, 75 cents; claimed circulation, 33,000; 
8 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12 
inches; width, 2 1-6 inches. Office. Elmwood 
avenue and Seventy-second street. 

Advertising rates 20 cents a line per time; 
$2 per inch. 

See advertisement on page 377. 

IL VESIIVIO. Every Saturday. Italian. 
Independent Republican. Established 1886. 
F. J. Scannapieco, publisher. Subscription, 
$1; estimated circulation, 9,600; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 21% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 738 South Eigth 
street. 

Advertising rates on application. 

JEWISH EXPONENT. Every Friday. 
Jewish News. Established 1883. Jewish Ex- 
ponent publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; claimed circulation. 8,500: 10 
to 12 pages, 5 columns; length of columns, 
18 inches; width, 2% inches. Can use mat- 



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rices. Office, 606 Chestnut street. Also 
dated at Baltimore. Md. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line 
single insertion. 6 cents a line for running 
ads. 



L U T II E R A N. Every Thursday. Lu- 
theran. Religious. Established 1861. Lu- 
theran Board of Publication, publishers 
(official organ). Subscription, $2; claimed 
average circulation, 7,500; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13 inches; width, 
2% inches. Office, 1522 Arch street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 6 cents a line; 
1,500 lines or more, 4 cents a line. Special 
notices, solid, double display rate, per 
counted line. Reading notices, three times 
display rate, per counted line. 

See advertisement on page 408. 

LUTHERAN OBSERVER. Every Friday. 
Lutheran. Established 1826. Lutheran Ob- 
server Association, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2; claimed circulation, 17,500"; 32 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 10% inches; 
width, 2^4 inches. Office, Real Estate Trust 
Building. 

Advertising rates, agate, per line, 12 cents, 
1,500 lines. 9 cents a line. Special notices, 
double price. Reading notices, leaded, triple 
price, per counted line. 

See advertisement on page 408. 

MEDICAL JOURNAL. Every Saturday. 
Medical. Established 1898. Philadelphia 
Medical Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $3; guaranteed average circula- 
tion for 1901, 13,500; 44 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 9% inches; width, 3% 
inches. Office, 1716 Chestnut street. 

Advertising rates, 1-16 page, one time, $4; 
one month, $11; three months, $30; six 
months, $50; one year, $5; % page, one time, 
$6; & page, $11; V 2 page, $18; one j?age, $30. 

METHODIST. Every Saturday. Method- 
ist. Established 1876. F. B. Clegg, publisher. 
Subscription, $1.50; claimed circulation, 5,750; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches; width, 2^ inches. Can use mat- 
rices. Office, 1018 Arch street. 

Advertising rates, agate, per inch, $1; sub- 
sequent insertions, 80 cents. Discounts of 
5, 10 and 20 per cent for three, six and 
twelve months. 

NORD AMERIKA. Saturdays. German. 
Roman Catholic. Established 1872. John 
Wiesler, Jr., publisher. Subscription, $2.50': 
estimated circulation, 6,000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20 inches; width, 
2V4 inches. Office, 1216 North Fifth street. 

Advertising rates. 10 lines one time, $1; 
one month, $3; three months, $8; six months, 
$15; one year, $25. Reading notices, 50 cents 
a line. 



PEOPLE (The). Every Friday. Prohibi- 
tion. Established 1885. The People Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; claimed aver- 
age circulation, 5,248; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns, 20 inches; width, 2}fc 



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inches. Forms close Mondays. Office, 900 
Chestnut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents a line. 
No discounts for time or space. 

PRACTICAL FARMER. Every Saturday. 
Agricultural. Established 1855. The Farmer 
Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; sworn 
average circulation, 46,096; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13 inches; width, 
2 3-16 inches. Forms close 10 days in ad- 
vance. Office, 1711 Filbert street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line. 
Reading notices, nonpareil, 50 cents a line. 
Discounts: 10 per cent on three months or 
250 lines, 20 per cent on six mouths or 500 
lines, 30 per cent on nine months or 1,000 
lines, 40 per cent on one year or 2,500 
lines. 

PRESBYTERIAN. Every Wed n e s d a y. 
Presbyterian. Established 1830. Presbyter- 
ian Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $2.50; claimed circulation, 12,000; 32 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 11 
inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 36 South 
Kith street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 18 cents per line. 
Special notices, 36 cents; reading notices, 
leaded, 54 cents. Discounts, 5 per cent on 
two times; 10 per cent on one month; 15 
per cent on two months; 20 per cent on 
three months; 30 per cent on six months; 40 
per cent on one year. 

PRESBYTERIAN JOURNAL. E v e r y 
Thursday. Presbyterian. Established 1875. 
The Presbyterian Journal Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, $1.50; guaranteed circulation, 
6,500; 24 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns, 11 inches; width, 2% inches. Office, 
1328 Chestnut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line; 
three months, 8 cents; six months. 7 cents; 
one year, 6 cents per line per time. 

PRZYJACIEL LUDER. Every Friday. 
Polish. Political. Established 1898. Win. 
Wendt & Son, publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, 17,000; 4 pages, 
8 columns; length of columns, 24 inches; 
width, 2^4 Inches. Office, 2636 East Dauphin 
street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, inside pages, one 
year, $10; last page, $18; first page, $24. 

REFORMED CHURCH MESSENGER. 
Every Thursday. Reformed Church. Es- 
tablished 1827. Reformed Church Publica- 
tion Board, publishers. Subscription, $2; 
claimed circulation, 12,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns, 13^ inches; width, 
2% Inches. Office, 1306 Arch street. 

Advertising rates. 8 cents per agate line; 
1,500 lines, 6 cents a line. Special notices, 
double price. Reading notices, leaded, triple 
price per count line. 

See advertisement on page 408. 

RURAL FARMER. Every Saturday. 
Established 1880. Rural Farmer Publishing 
Co., publishers. Subscription, 60 cents; 
sworn average circulation for year 1900, 



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34,448*; 16 to 20 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns, 10 Inches; width, 2Ys Inches. Forms 
close Fridays. Office, 160 Dock street. 

Advertising rates, 25 cents a line, agate; 
yearly rate, 10 cents a line. 

SATURDAY EVENING POST. Every 
Saturday. Literary. Established 1728. Cur- 
tis Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed circulation, 315,000; 20 to 
32 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12V& 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 4 
weeks in advance. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.75 per line 
each insertion, % page, $225; one page, $900. 
Special rates for periodicals, books, schools 
and colleges; $1.25 per agate line; one page, 
$800; % page and % page, pro rata. 

SATURDAY NIGHT.-Every Saturday. 
Literary. Illustrated. Established 1865. 
James Elverson, publisher. Subscription, 
$3; estimated circulation, 50,000; 8 pages, 5 
columns; length of columns, 18% inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, corner Ninth ana 
Spruce streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 a line, each 
insertion. Cuts double rates. No discounts. 



a t u r d a y. 
Established 1882." Sporting Life 



SPORTING LIFE. Every 
Sporting. Established 1882. 
Publishing Co. publishers. Subscription, 
$2; claimed circulation, 40,000; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 13^' inches; 
width, 2% inches. Forms close Wednesdays. 
Office, 34 South Third street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line. 
No discounts for time or space. Reading 
notices, 25 cents per agate line. 

SUNDAY DISPATCH. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1848. James L. Hall, publisher. 
Subscription, $1.50; claimed circulation, 20,- 
000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 
19% inches; width 2Vs inches. Office, north- 
east corner Sixth and Chestnut streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line; 
editorial page, 20 cents. Discounts, 5 per 
cent on 13 times; 10 per cent on 25 times; 
19 per cent on one year. Classified, finan- 
cial, 15 cents a line. Special notices, 25 
cents a line; miscellaneous, 10 cents. Read- 
ing notices, nonpareil, 25 cents; minion, 50 
cents a line. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL TIMES. Every Sat- 
urday. Nonsectariau. Established 1859. The 
Sunday School Times Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 112,894; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 12 
inches; width 2V& inches. Office, 1031 Wal- 
nut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 80 cents per line 
each insertion; discount of 10 pep cent on 
1,000 lines. 

See advertisement on page 408. 

TAGGART'S TIMES. Every Sunday. In- 
dependent Republican. Established 1863. 
S. E. Hudson & Co. Publishing Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $2; estimated circu- 
lation, 25,000; 8 pages, 8 columns; length of 
columns, 23 inches; width, 2 inches. Office, 
146 South Sixth street. 



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Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line 
each insertion. Special notices, 20 cents a 
line. Business and local notices, 25 and 50 
cents. Reading notices, 50 cents per line. 

WEST PHILADELPHIA PRESS. Every 

Saturday. Republican. Established 1877. 
A. E. Story, publisher. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimed circulation, 13,500; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, 19 inches; 
Can use matrices. Office 631 Chestnut 
street. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents an inch each 
insertion. Discounts, 10 per cent on one 
month; 15 per cent on three months; 20 per 
cent on six months; 25 per cent on one year. 
Local notices, following reading matter, 10 
cents a line. 

YOUNG FOLKS' CATHOLIC WEEKLY. 
Every Saturday during school year from 
second Saturday in September to June in- 
clusive. Roman Catholic. Established 1889. 
H. L. Kilner & Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1; claimed average circulation for six 
months ending May 31, 1901, 16,000*; 8 pages, 

3 columns; length of columns, 9*4 inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 824 Arch street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 

YOUNG PEOPLE.-Every Saturday. Es- 
tablished 1881. American Baptfst Publica- 
tion Society, publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimed circulation, 80,000; 8 pages, 

4 columns; length of columns, 14*4 inches; 
width, 2Vs inches. Office, 1420 Chestnut 
street. 

Advertising rates, 50 cents a line, agate. 

AGENTS' WORLD.-Monthly. Established 
1894. Edward C. Stark, publisher. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents; claimed circulation, 50,- 
000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
13 inches; width, 2Vs inches. Forms close 
25th of preceding month. Office, 1113 Arch 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line 
each insertion. Reading notices, 40 cents 
a line. No discounts for time or space. 

See advertisement on page 396. 

AMERICAN CHURCH SUNDAY 
SCHOOL MAGAZINE. Monthly. Protest- 
ant Episcopal. Established 1883. American 
Church Sunday School Magazine Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1.25; claimed average 
circulation, 5,843; 140 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 7 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Forms close on 15th of preceding 
month. Office, 103 South Fifteenth street. 

Advertising rates, 1 inch, one time, $1.75; 
three mouths, $4; six months, $8; one year, 
$15. 

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MED- 
ICAL SCIENCES. Monthly. Medical. Es- 
tablished 1820. Lea Brothers & Co. pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $4; guaranteed cir- 
culation, 6,500; 126 pages and plate Illus- 
trations, 1 column; length of column, 8%, 
inches; width, 4% inches. Can use matrices. 
Office, 706-708 Sansom street. 



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Advertising rates, 1-16 page, one time, 
$3.50; three months, $10; six mouths, $15; 
one year, $25; Ya page, one time, $5; three 
months, $14: one year, $40; % page, one 
time, $10; one year, $65; Yz page, one time, 
$15; one year, $115; one page, one time, $25; 
one year, $200. 

ASSEMBLY HERALD.-Monthly. Pres- 
byterian. Established 1899. General As- 
sembly of the Presbyterian Church, pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed 
circulation, 44,000; 52 to 56 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 7% inches; width, 2% 
inches. Office, 218 Hale Building. Also 
New York City, 156 Fifth avenue. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line; 
one page, one time, $50; % and % pages pro 
rata. Discounts, 3 months, 10 per cent; 6 
months, 15 per cent; one year, or 3 pages 
used within one year, 25 per cent. 

AUGSBURG SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACH- 
ERS' MONTHLY. Lutheran. Established 
1875. Lutheran Publication Society, publish- 
ers. Subscription, 55 cents; claimed circula- 
tion, 14,800; 64 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns, 7% inches; width, 2% inches. Can 
use matrices. Office, 1424 Arch street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents a line; 
% page, $4; Ys page, $7; 1 page, $12; discount 
of 20 per cent on six months. 

BAPTIST SUPERINTENDENT. Month- 
ly. Established 1884. American Baptist 
Publication Society, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, 25 cents; claimed circulation, 9,800; 16 
pages octavo. Office, 1420 Chestnut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents a line. 

BAPTIST TEACHER.-Monthly. Baptist. 
Established 1869. American Baptist Publi- 
cation Society, publishers. Subscription, 50 
cents; claimed circulation, 75,000; 64 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns, 7% Inches; 
width, 2 J 4 inches. Forms close 15th of 
second preceding month. Office, 1420 Chest- 
nut street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents per line. 
Discounts, three months, 5 per cent; six 
months, 7% per cent; one year, 10 per cent. 

Issue also the SENIOR QUARTERLY, 
ADVANCED QUARTERLY, INTERMEDI- 
ATE QUARTERLY and PRIMARY QUAR- 
TERLY. GOOD WORK, the BAPTIST SU- 
PERINTENDENT and YOUNG PEOPLE. 

CHURCH PRESS MAGAZINES.-Month- 
ly. Religious. Publishes 30 magazines, one 
each day of the month, except Sundays, 
under different headings, for individual 
churches in Philadelphia, Boston. Washing- 
ton, D. C.; New York, etc. Established 
1890. Claimed combined average circulation, 
35,684; 16 pages, 2 columns; length of col- 
umns, 8 inches; width, 2Ys Inches. Office, 
200 South Tenth street. 

Advertising rates, % inch, per time In 10 
magazines, $2.50; 20 magazines, $4.50; 30 
magazines, $6.75; one Inch, $4.50, $8 and $12 
for 10, 20 and 30 magazines, respectively; 2 
inches. $8, $15 and $22.50 for 10, 20 and 30 
magazines, respectively. 



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CONGREGATIONAL WORK.-(See New 
York City.) 

ETUDE. Monthly. Musical. Established 
1883. Theodore Presser, publisher. Sub- 
scription, $1.50; guaranteed average circula- 
tion, for year ending April, 1901, 48,250*; 68 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 11% 
inches; width, 2% inches. Forms close 20th 
of preceding mouth. Office, 1708 Chestnut 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents a line; 
discounts, 10 per cent on three months; 15 
per cent on six months; 20 per cent on one 
year; one page, one time, -$120. 

FARM JOURNAL. Monthly. Agricultural. 
Established 1877. Wilmer Atkinson Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; claimed av- 
erage circulation for year 1900, 467,525; 24 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10% 
inches; width, 2Y* inches. Can use matrices. 
Forms close 10th of preceding month. Office, 
1024 Race street. 

Advertising rates, per agate line, January, 
$2.50; February, $2.50; March, $3.00; April, 
$2.50; May, 52.00; June,, $2.00; July, $2.00; 
August, $2.00; September, $2.00; October, 
$2.00; November, $2.50; December, J2.60. 

FASHIONS.-Morithly. Established 1891. 
Fashions Publishing Co., publishers. Sub- 
scription, $1; claimed circulation, 235,000; 20 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14 
inches; width, 2>4 Inches. Forms close first 
of preceding month. Office, 718-724 Arch 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 1.25 a line. 

GOOD WORK.-Monthly. Baptist. Es- 
tablished 1892. American Baptist Publica- 
tion Society, publishers. Subscription, 10 
cents; claimed circulation, 27,500; 16 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 9%. inches; 
width, 2% inches. Office, 1420 Chestnut 
street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents a line. 



HEIDELBERG TEACHER. Monthly. Re- 
ligious. Established 1873. S. S. Board of 
the Reformed Church, publishers. Sub- 
scription, 60 cents; claimed average circula- 
tion exceeding 10,000; 40 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 8 inches; width, 2% 
inches. Forms close 15th second preceding 
month. Office, 1308 Arch street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents a line. 

HOME VISITOR.-Monthly. Established 
1896. Home Visitor Co. (Incorp.), pub- 
lishers. Subscription, 50 cents; guaranteed 
circulation, 200,000; 16 to 24 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13 inches; width, 2*4 
inches. Can use matrices. Forms close 20th 
of preceding month. Office, 1813 North Six- 
teenth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, $1 a line. 

See advertisement on page 395. 

HOUSE AND HOME.-Monthly. House- 
hold. Established 1883. S. I. Bell Co., pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $1; estimated circu- 
lation, 50,000; 96 pages, 2 -columns; length 



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of columns, TVa inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 234 S. Fourth street. 

Advertising rates agate, 25 cents a line; 
three months, 22 cents; six months, 18 cents; 
one year, 15 cents a line. Reading notices, 
30 cents a line. 

HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL. Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1887. Household Journal Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; guar- 
anteed circulation, 200,000; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns. Can use matrices. Forms close 25th 
of preceding month. Office, 1813 North Six- 
teenth street. 

Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents a line. 

LADIES' HOME JOURNAL.-Monthly. 
Domestic. Established 1883. Curtis Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $1; 
claimed average circulation, for year 1900, 
879,048; nonreturnable by news companies; 
48 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 14V4 
inches; width, 2*4 inches. Forms close 10th 
of second preceding month. Office, 425 Arch 
street. 

Advertising rates, per agate line $6 each 
insertion; one-fourth page (200 lines), $1,000; 
one page, $4,000. No discounts for time or 
space. 

LEISURE HOURS.-Monthly. Literary. 
Art and Music. Established 1886. Charles 



A. Dixon, publisher. Subscription, $1; 

ages, 
3 columns; length of columns, 11% Inches; 



, . 

claimed average circulation 



ubscrip 
, 75,000; 



, 
38 pa 



width, 2% inches. Forms close 15th of pre- 
ceding month. Office, 908 Arch street. 

Advertising rates, 40 cents per agate line. 
No discounts. 

LIFE AT HOME. Monthly. Household. 
Established 1899. Albert E. L. Binns, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, 50* cents; guaranteed 
average circulation, 82,000; 32 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns, 10 inches; width, 
2& inches. Forms close 20th of preceding 
month. Office, Ninth and Filbert streets. 

Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents a line. 
No discounts for time or space. 

LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Literary. Established 1868. J. B. Lippin- 
cott Co., publishers. Subscription, $2.50; 
estimated circulation, 40,000; 175 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns, 8 inches; width, 
2% Inches. Forms close 30 days in advance. 
Office, Washington Square. 

Advertising rates, less than one-fourth 
page, nonpareil, 75 cents per line each In- 
sertion; one-fourth page, $30; one-half page, 
$55; one page, $100. Discounts, 5, 10 and 25 
per cent for 3, 6 and 12 months. 

LUTHERAN MISSIONARY JOURNAL. 

Monthly. Evangelical-Lutheran. Estab- 
lished 1880. Lutheran Publication Society, 
publishers. Subscription, 30 cents; claimed 



circulation, 14,000; 32 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns, 7% Inches; width, 2% 
Inches. Forms close 10th preceding month. 



Advertising rates, 1 Inch, one time, $1.50. 
Discounts, 5 per cent on three months, 10 



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per cent on six months, 20 per cent on one 
year. 



MEDICAL BULLETIN. Monthly. Medi-' 
cal. Established 1879. The F. A. Davis Co., 
publishers. Subscription, $1; estimated cir- 
culation, 6,500; 84 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns, 8^4 inches; width, 2% inches. 
Office, 1914 Cherry street. 

Advertising rates, one-eighth page, one 
time, $5; three months, $14; six months, $22; 
one year, $40; one-fourth page one time, $8; 
one year, $65; one-half page, one time, $15; 
one year, $110; one page, one time, $25; cue 
year, $200. 

MEDICAL COUNCIL.-Monthly. Medical. 
Established 1895. J. J. Taylor, M. D.. pub- 
lisher. Subscription, $1; estimated circula- 
tion, 15,000; 80 pages, 7x10. Office, Twelfth 
and Walnut streets. 

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MEDICAL SUMMARY. Monthly. Medi- 
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MEDICAL TIMES AND REGISTER. 
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